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CORDOVA — Business leaders and elected officials celebrated the completion of the NASA SLS Core Stage Pathfinder at G&G Steel in Cordova on Thursday, which will help in training to advance space exploration to Mars. Made of steel and measuring … more
Mike Putman, the executive director of Jasper Main Street, says downtown Jasper is taking advantage of trends that are helping downtowns across the nation, … more
Jasper City Council members agreed Tuesday morning to waive building permit fees to allow for construction of a new Beacon House residential facility. The previous facility was destroyed by fire more than a year ago. more
Following the Alabama Crimson Tide’s thrilling 26-23 win over Georgia in overtime Monday night, Bama fans were out searching for the latest apparel celebrating the Tide’s newest national championship. Hibbett’s stayed open late Monday to accomodate the throng of fans who showed up. more
LEWIS SMITH LAKE – Pro David Williams of Maiden, North Carolina , brought a 13-pound, 13-ounce, limit of bass to the weigh-in stage Sunday to win the FLW Tour at Lewis Smith Lake presented by T-H Marine with a four-day cumulative total of 20 bass weighing 64 pounds, 9 ounces. more
Sheriff candidate Nick Smith would actually need as many as 23 votes to avoid a runoff with Sheriff Jim Underwood, when factoring that as many as 35 provisional votes would have to be added to the … more
The Daily Mountain Eagle will release arrest reports from area law enforcement agencies each week. The data provided on the arrest reports is only arrest and booking information, and should not be … more
OAKMAN — The town of Oakman now has a total of $550,000 in grant funding to make much-needed repairs to their sewer system, as $200,000 in assistance was announced this week by local … more
Bevill State Community College has unveiled a "minimester" to increase enrollment and provide flexibility for educational opportunities.The 10-week term will begin Wednesday, Sept. 26, and offer five … more

Daily Mountain Eagle - Ed Howell

Work continues on downtown sign

A crew from Willcutt Masonry of Jasper on Friday performed final masonry work on the new downtown Jasper entrance sign at 19th Street and Euclid Avenue, being developed by the Kiwanis Club of Jasper at the site of a new pocket park. Michael McGrough, left, and Jason Riddlesperger put finishing touches. Denny Kimbrell of KIMCO  Poured Walls poured the concrete. 

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