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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
A preliminary accident report has revealed the cause of death of a Jasper coal miner. The report filed by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration said preshift examiner Marius “Slick” Shepherd, 32, suffered a fatal head injury at Oak Grove Mine last Monday. more
The Walker County Commission voted Monday to approve a contract with the Association of County Commissions of Alabama (ACCA) to implement an association … more
CORDOVA — Cordova High School’s varsity cheerleaders have made an impact at many competitions this year and will be competing at Walt Disney World in … more
The Daily Mountain Eagle Christmas Shoe Fund giveaway is set for today at the newspaper office. The newspaper staff and volunteers took phone calls throughout October and November to register area children for the giveaway, which will be from 7 a.m. until noon today. more
The Walker County Cattlemen’s Association hosted its annual banquet last Saturday, Feb. at Bevill State Community College in Sumiton. The winner of the groups’ annual scholarship and officers for 2018 were announced during the event. more
OAKMAN — Student Government Association students from Oakman High School recently returned from a trip to the Big Apple.SGA students in grades 9 through 12 spent four days in New York City last … more
The Steeldrivers and Robert Randolph's The Family Band will headline the the city of Jasper's Foothills Festival this year, while Taylor Hicks and Will Hoge will also have late sets during the Sept. … more
Two early Friday morning house fires only a block away from each other are under investigation as possible arson. Jasper Fire Chief David Clark informed members of the Jasper City Council about the fires on Myrtle Drive … more
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