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The Walker Baptist Association is hosting a security training meeting Monday that will be open to all churches of all denominations, noting that an effort is underway to submit building plans from all county churches to the Walker County Sheriff’s Department. more
DORA — The T.S. Boyd school building was awarded to the highest bidder by the City of Dora at Thursday evening’s city council meeting. more
The new entrance sign at the Walker County Airport is the work of local career tech students. The sign, which shows a plane flying above a tree line, was created by high school students in Ted Alexander’s precision … more
More than 500 sophomores from Walker County and Jasper City schools, as well as Sumiton Christian School, visited some 60 county businesses Friday as part of Groundhog Job Shadow Day, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of … more
CARBON HILL — Officials said they have essentially completed funding more than $300,000 in lighting on Carbon Hill’s Exit 46 off U.S. Interstate 22, with the city expediting the project by being placed in charge of their … more
Schools across Walker County are continuing to have students absent with the flu virus, with a number of county schools set to be disinfected this weekend. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported this past week that there … more
The Alabama State Department of Education released the Alabama Accountability Act Failing School List for 2018 on Wednesday, and one Walker County school was named among a list of 75 across the state — Carbon Hill High School. According to … more
City leaders took to the skies — figuratively, of course — Thursday morning to get a better idea of what needs to be done to curtail a problem with flooding along downtown streets during heavy … more
The owners, flight crew and staff of the new Regional Air Medical Service (RAMS) in Jasper held an open house Thursday at the Regional Paramedical Services Office in Jasper. Local officials, members of the RAMS Flight Crew and RPS staff, along with members of Chamber of Commerce of Walker County and family members of the late Marty White (for whom the RAMS helicopter is nicknamed in memory of), look on as the President/CEO of RPS/RAMS John Wills and Vice President Phillip Windham cut the ribbon during the ribbon cutting ceremony that was held during the open house. more
U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt said filibuster rules need to be changed in the Senate, and also felt that Congress would eventually come up with a solution for the Dreamers immigration issue. more
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