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Jasper City Board of Education members heard a proposal Monday night to develop a cross country track on the Jasper High School campus. Dustin Beaty, a cross country parent and member of Jasper’s running community, discussed two potential tracks that could be developed on the high school campus for the cross country team. With the permission of Jasper City Schools Superintendent Dr. Ann Jackson, Beaty and others have been studying areas of land that belong to the school system and identifying what the cost would be to develop a trail. more
Jasper City Council members voted 3-0 to turn over ownership of the former West Jasper Elementary School property to the city’s board of education. more
The president of the Walker County Firefighter's Association (WCFA) received an email Monday morning that he said raised some concern for members of the local association.Richard Fikes, who serves as … more
 A leadership program in Walker County schools allowed students to end the school year with the tools they need to believe in themselves and reach for their dreams.Future Legacy Leaders — … more
Government offices and services will be affected by the Fourth of July holiday, which will fall on Wednesday next week. The Walker County Courthouse and city halls in the county will be closed … more
Unofficial results from the July 17 Republican runoff election in Walker County have been released, with the results scheduled to be certified after provisional votes are counted on Tuesday. … more
SUMITON – Main Street Sumiton will be hopping on Saturday, Oct. 6, as planners kick off the 13th Annual Frog Festival, a free, fun event for the whole family. Booth rentals this year have been … more
CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill City Council on Thursday heard details about tonight's Carbon Hilloween and next week's banner event, as well as a recent cosplay photoshoot that brought dozens of … more

Daily Mountain Eagle - Jennifer Cohron

Extension office recycling Christmas trees

Staff of the Walker County Extension Office will be accepting live Christmas trees when the office reopens on Thursday. The trees will be chipped by Pleasant Grove Lawn and Land Maintenance, according to a post on the office's Facebook page. The mulched material will be donated to the local Humane Society to be used for bedding. All ornaments and decorations should be removed from the trees before bringing them to the office, which is located on Airport Road. 

CORDOVA — The local medical clinic has not purchased a business license in several years, Mayor Drew Gilbert informed the Cordova City Council on Tuesday.  Gilbert said the discovery was … more
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