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SUMITON — Students at Sumiton Middle School have been doing service projects to give back to their community and their own bus drivers. On Oct. 19, members of law enforcement were invited to have lunch with students. Teachers Alison Dunaway and … more
Walker High School’s theater group Centerstage will soon present their latest play. Students will perform “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. The play focuses on a family of children who do not attend church, … more
Daily Mountain Eagle PARRISH — Members of the Parrish Town Council approved John Softley for the town’s District 4 council seat Thursday night. Softley was nominated for the position by District 3 council member Jake Williams and was … more
Local members of the Red Hat Society got a surprise on their tour of Bud’s Best Cookies in Hoover on Tuesday — a meet-and-greet with Bud himself. Company owner Bud Cason took a moment to speak with nine of the 13 members of the Jasper Jazzy … more
Spring Break is all about relaxation and recreation, but the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) urges everyone to play it safe. Alabama motorists should expect busier roadways and waterways across the state from now through the end of April as … more
Jasper City Council members learned Tuesday morning the city has been approved to receive $150,000 that will go to pay the city’s share of a paving project … more
Close to 200 people attended the open house of the Horse Creek Golf Course clubhouse Sunday afternoon in Dora. The clubhouse has been open for three weeks, and members of the public are enjoying the new $1.1 million facility that includes a deck that overlooks the golf course greens,a grill and dining area, pro shop, dressing rooms and event room. more
DORA — Thursday morning, the Mission of Hope in Dora provided mesh backpacks full of school supplies to 100 students in Head Start through 12th-grade, ahead of the first day of school next week. After receiving the backpacks, several parents … more
Students in Ginny Vines’ self-contained special needs classroom at Curry Elementary/Middle School got to tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas at their party on Tuesday. more
CORDOVA — Fire calls are up, and property crimes are down, Cordova City Council members learned at Tuesday night’s meeting. more
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