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The Daily Mountain Eagle releases information on the local traffic accidents reported by the Alabama State Troopers’ Hamilton Post, and the arrest reports from other area law enforcement agencies each week. The data provided on the arrest reports … more
One Jasper High School junior manageda composite score of 36 on his ACT test — the highest composite score possible and something very few achieve. Calen … more
CURRY — The agriscience program at Curry High School recently received a large donation from an Alabama-based company. Bush Hog, based in Selma, presented CHS with a professional level, zero-turn mower for the turf grass management … more
The Walker County Fairy Godmothers Association will soon receive a donation that will help the nonprofit for many years to come. The association has helped provide dresses to girls attending prom or a school dance for the … more
May is National Bike Month and the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) is urging motorists and cyclists to safely share the road. ALDOT recently shared safety tips to help motorists and bicyclists when sharing the road. Tips for … more
Pete Parrish, a member of the Knights of Columbus at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Jasper, escorts Catherine Cagle, widow of U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Cagle, who was remembered at Monday’s 10th annual memorial service hosted by the Knights of Columbus and Walker Memory Gardens. Cagle, who served in Vietnam, passed away in January. more
Boy Scout Troop 120 led the Pledge of Allegiance at Sumiton Area Veterans Board’s Memorial Day service Monday morning at the Sumiton Community Center. Bill Fowler, a member of the Sumiton Area Veterans Board, was the guest speaker. more
The amphitheater at the Bankhead House and Heritage Center hosted a concert Saturday night featuring Magic City Smooth Jazz. The featured performer for the night was saxophonist Dee Lucas. The event was sponsored by the Walker Area Community Foundation, Walker County Arts Alliance, Honda of Jasper and Hyundai of Jasper. more
CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill Council on Thursday voted to spend $6,299 for a new roller for paving over potholes. The Ingersoll Rand single drum vibratory roller will be obtained from Northern Tool and Equipment, which has corporate headquarters in Burnsville, Minn., but has stores in Georgia, Mayor Mark Chambers said. Free shipping will be available. more
A.J. “Jelly” McDanal didn’t talk much about his World War II service, but the longtime teacher did keep scrupulous notes on the backs of photographs and postcards that his children now treasure. “See the candy in the kiddies hand. They … more
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