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PARRISH - The Town of Parrish has been awarded a $350,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) by the state to be used for a roadwork project.Parrish Mayor Heather Hall said she was overjoyed … more
JASPER – The Jasper Career Center at 2604 Viking Dr. is hosting a Job Fair for Jennmar Services on Thursday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jennmar Services is a full-service staffing company for coal … more
An event after football games Friday night will serve to give area youth a safe environment to socialize and have fun.A 5th Quarter Block Party will be held in front of Lavish Coffee Bar in downtown … more
CURRY — Students at Curry Elementary School now have a symbol of hope to remember their friend.Volunteers with Home Depot visited the school Monday morning to plant a tree in memory of 7-year-old … more
DORA – Someone visiting Dora Park behind Dora City Hall on Saturday vandalized the park but later made a confession, Dora Police Chief Jared Hall said. Blue paint was smeared on stall doors in … more
Jasper Parks and Recreation and the Walker County Extension Office have partnered to offer a kayak course for beginners."Kayak 101" will be held at Walker County Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 4 p.m. … more
An area director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) wants to have a leadership board and executive director for the group's Walker County activities, feeling the organization can have a … more
Mayor David O’Mary and the Jasper City Council have declared the third week in October as Go Pink for Jasper week to raise breast cancer awareness among our local residents. October is when we … more
A new HVAC Training Center in Jasper is set to provide a state-of-the-art education to benefit thousands in the state of Alabama and beyond.The heating, ventilating and air conditioning training … more

Daily Mountain Eagle - Ed Howell

Day's Gap Fest concludes on perfect fall day

The Day's Gap Fest concluded as a two-day festival in Oakman on Saturday with perfect fall temperatures and sunny skies. A number of visitors enjoyed food and children's activities, as well as vendors selling a number of items. Lions Club International volunteers gave eye tests at the Oakman Senior Center, while outside a car show impressed visitors. 

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