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The local chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of Alabama will be hosting its second annual Living with Vision Loss event Thursday in Jasper. Over 200 people turned out last year to get information that will … more
Students in county and city schools will pay more for their lunches in the 2016-17 school year. more
Walker County Center of Technology automotive technology and collision repair students have taken on a large project in preparation for a competition in April. Under the instruction of WCCT teachers Michael Craig and Anthony Myrick, students have … more
Jasper’s new Waffle House opened early Wednesday morning — despite stormy conditions — to a crowd of hungry customers. Located off U.S. Interstate … more
Daily Mountain Eagle CORDOVA — Bringing the Piggly Wiggly back to Cordova was a three-and-a-half year struggle following the April 27 tornadoes. Bringing back customers is taking longer. The store has recently expanded its offerings in … more
The name is Bear — Grizz Lee Bear. Bevill State Community College announced Monday the new name of the school’s mascot after an online vote was held recently. more
Steve Flowers, a former state legislator and current political columnist in Alabama, was the guest speaker at Monday’s Kiwanis Club of Jasper meeting. Flowers, whose column appears each Tuesday in the Eagle, spoke on his long association with politics in Alabama. His book, ‘Of Goats & Governors,’ is currently on sale. more
Today marks the grand opening of Milo’s in Jasper, with doors opening for breakfast at 6 a.m. For the first 90 days, breakfast at the Jasper location will be half price and the first 100 dine-in customers today will receive a free Milo’s hat. Members of the Milo’s Hamburgers staff prepared early Monday afternoon for a pre-opening event held later that day for members of the public to come through and “test run” the new fast food restaurant. Around $2,000 worth of free food was given out during this soft opening. more
A Jasper man was arrested on drug charges Monday following an investigation by the Cordova Police Department and local members of the state’s newly … more
CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council on Thursday renewed a contract with the Carbon Hill Utility Board, although it came with an increase in fees to the city. The contract is renewed every three years, with automatic renewals for two of those years. It was time for the contract to be renewed. more
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