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Daily Mountain Eagle In the coming months, locals can expect changes to Viking Drive in Jasper as the city prepares to open the new Walker High School in January 2017. At Tuesday morning’s Jasper City Council meeting, council members voted … more
Hospital employees and community members got their first look at Brookwood Baptist Health’s brand at a launch celebration held Tuesday morning at Walker Baptist Medical Center. The logo for the healthcare network formed from the merger of … more
Jasper police have made an arrest in a break-in and fire at a pharmacy early Friday morning, Cody Callahan, 20, of Jasper, was taken into custody late Friday afternoon and formally charged Monday with third-degree burglary … more
Kenneth Abbott, who served as principal of Walker High School for eight years, has been named as the school’s new interim principal. more
More than 275 special needs students from both the Jasper City and Walker County school systems will compete this morning in the annual Track and Field Day sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Jasper. The event, which includes ribbons for all participants, begins at 9 a.m. at the Walker High practice field. more
Just before Easter, the well-known “mama dog” in Parrish passed away, after birthing multiple litters of puppies over the years caused untreatable damage to her body. more
The Walker County Commission voted Monday to contribute $3,000 to the Cawaco Resource Conservation and Development Council of Central Alabama. more
The Hope Clinic of Walker County will host a fishing tournament Saturday. The tournament will be held at Howton’s Fish Camp. The entry fee is $75 and there is a maximum of two people per boat. Pre-registration beforehand is not necessary; rather, those interested in participating will need to register the day of the tournament. more
The sixth annual Tiger Pride Car, Bike and Tractor Show is coming to the old Walker County Airport on Saturday. Last year’s event raised approximately $10,000 for West Jasper Elementary School. Projects supported by past fundraisers include … more
It starts with a thin, curving pencil line on the white surface. Then another, and another. Before long, the strokes become the recognizable outline of a face. And with the addition of shading from a broad stick of charcoal, … more
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