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Jasper’s Maney Havis, above, and Mark Stitt, at left, will be among nine Viking wrestlers who will take part in the Alabama High School Athletic Association State Wrestling Tournament in Huntsville beginning today. A total of 20 high school wrestlers from the area will compete in the event. Wrestlers from Dora, Curry and Corner also made the state tournament field. more
OAKMAN — Work will begin in the next four or five weeks to improve the functionality of Oakman's sewer system.The Oakman Town Council approved a bid of just over $168,000 from C D Roberts … more
(Part 1 of 2 parts) Justin Dyar had no intention of becoming "Mr. Smith Lake." He still refers to himself as a "country boy from Hamilton" — albeit with more energy than the normal … more
The Walker County Constables Association is holding a fundraiser to help local children have a better Christmas. Charles Harper, a member of the association, said they teamed up with co-sponsor Bill Adair, Walker County’s district attorney, … more
CARBON HILL — District 1 Councilman McClain Burrough said he may have to come in late to Carbon Hill City Council meetings in the wake of the council’s decision not to move its meeting time to 7 p.m. more
Sumiton police are asking for help in trying to identify a man accused of robbing Brooklere Pharmacy on Bryan Road in Sumiton Thursday afternoon. more
Secretary of State John Merrill gave assurances Monday that state election systems have not been hacked and that the presidential 2016 vote was not compromised. Merrill talked to supporters, … more

The Cordova Senior Center hosted a fall festival for residents 60 and older on Friday. Seniors trick-or-treated with vendors from Capstone Clinic, Cordova Healthcare and Rehabilitation, Comfort Care Hospice, Alabama Hospice, Kindred Hospice and Home Healthcare and Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging. Edgar the Skeleton, the senior center's Halloween version of Elf on the Shelf, also entertained guests. The senior center will also be open for trick-or-treaters on Halloween from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.


T.R. Simmons Elementary School held a Thanksgiving play Thursday. First grade students told the story of Thanksgiving through song and dance, and some played music — all while dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans. A video of the performance can be found on the Daily Mountain Eagle Facebook page.

A top official with the state's hospital association promoted Medicaid expansion, costing $150 million the first year, as a way to help bring needed funding for the state's hospitals, noting success … more
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