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Through a partnership between Bevill State Community College and Alabama Power, a new HVAC Training Center will be developed in Jasper. Alabama Power’s current training facility for heating, ventilation and air conditioning, located in Clanton, … more
Walker County Administrator Cheryl Ganey and other officials say the legislative act behind the 1-cent sales tax is tightly written to require the money to be spent as promised — and annual state audits will also keep the spending honest. more
Colorful floats, the Curry High School Marching Band and Santa were part of the annual Christmas Parade held in Parrish Thursday night. The floats were sponsored by various business and churches in the community and were decked out in Christmas lights and decorations to get everyone in the holiday spirit. more
Haley Phillips of Empire has ridden horses most of her life. “I have pictures of me on a horse when I was 3 years old,” said Haley, whose parents are Jamie Phillips, and Kristie … more
The late U.S. Rep. Carl Elliott, who represented Walker County in Congress, has been named to the Alabama Lawyers Hall of Fame. The Alabama State Bar announced the 2018 inductees during its … more
A dual enrollment agreement has been approved by the Walker County Board of Education with Jacksonville State University.At Thursday's board of education meeting, board members approved the … more
Bethel Baptist Church in Dora will be hosting the Night to Shine Prom for people with special needs on Friday. The Night to Shine Prom, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, will be hosted at over 350 churches around the world. The event is open … more
The lawsuit against the Jasper City Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Ann Jackson regarding the name change of Walker High School has been dismissed. Judge Doug Farris ruled to dismiss the lawsuit on Wednesday, … more
The Walker County Board of Education has announced its academic calendar for 2017-18, and students will be met with a few changes to their schedule. Students will begin the next school year on Aug. 14, and will get a few days reprieve from an … more
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