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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
Jerry Bishop unseated Walker County Commission Chairman Billy Luster in the GOP primary Tuesday night. Bishop received 8,452 votes, 60 percent of the total, to Luster’s 5,462 votes. “I’ve met a lot of great people and had some great … more
Lupton Jr. High School students were recently recognized for their creative writings to commemorate the Holocaust. Lupton language arts teacher Megan Bolton gave her 8th grade students an assignment to read Elie Wiesel’s … more
Five Walker County High Schools held graduation ceremonies Friday night. Seniors at, Carbon Hill, Oakman, Dora, Curry and Cordova spent their final moments together as a class helping each other get … more
A Walker County lawmaker has been appointed by Gov. Robert Bentley to lead the task force examining the Alabama Department of Human Resources. Rep. Connie Cooner Rowe (R-Jasper) was appointed as chair of the Human Resources Task Force by Bentley … more
The Walker County Arts Alliance will be presenting “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change” at the alliance's annual dinner theatre on Nov. 3 and 4. This year's event will be held at Musgrove Country Club. The production is being directed by … more
“The Last Ride,” a documentary made by Dora resident Edie Hand, was recently showcased at the 20th annual Hollywood Film Festival in Los Angeles. The film documents the story of the three Blackburn boys, who were Edie Hand’s brothers. Each … more
DORA - Mayor Randy Stephens introduced a new resolution to the city council at Thursday's meeting proposing to close part of a street in Dora. If approved, the resolution would close a section of High Street from the 300 block to the 500 block in … more
Scott Crump Toyota will be honoring wounded warriors and first responders this Saturday. Veterans, active duty military and first responders are invited to enjoy a free meal at Scott Crump Toyota on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Barbecue, … more
The 2017 Career and Technical Workforce Expo will be held Wednesday to give locals a chance to meet with businesses seeking employees. more
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