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CORDOVA - Members of the Cordova Police Department intervened to save a malnourished pit bull and her puppies Tuesday night. more
This photo, taken by local student Emily Dutton for the Walker 24/7 photography contest in 2015, has been used to advertise the Smithsonian Institution’s “Water/Ways” exhibit in Walker County and around the state. The opening reception for the exhibit, which was canceled on Tuesday due to inclement weather, has been rescheduled for Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Bankhead House and Heritage Center. more
Health enthusiasts wouldn’t let a little snow Tuesday keep them from their daily walk at Gamble Park in Jasper. Because of an early deadline, the Eagle will have more coverage on Tuesday’s snowfall in Thursday’s paper. more
Jasper Main Street (JMS) had a successful year in 2017, and the new year is promising new businesses and a fresh look to the downtown district. more
The Walker Baptist Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary recently presented $500 scholarships to two Bevill State Community College nursing students to help the students purchase items they need for their careers. Shown are, back row, from left, Auxiliary member Joeva Briggs and hospital CEO Bob Phillips; and front row, from left, auxiliary members Melza McElrath, Charlie Lou Berryhill and Joanne Stephenson; scholarship recipients Anna Nicholson and Darian Thompson; auxiliary members Pat Ferrell and Doris Pumphrey; and associate administrator Suzanne Pugh. more
During the 2017 Christmas season, the Daily Mountain Eagle Shoe Fund helped to provide nearly 500 children in Walker County with vouchers for new shoes. more
Despite snow falling outside, the Jasper City Council met Tuesday morning for about 20 minutes. During the meeting, Mayor David O’Mary approached the council to approve seeking out an opinion from the Alabama Attorney General’s Office concerning a possible reconfiguration of the city’s municipal court operations. more
The Townley Community Center will be holding monthly gospel singings, with the first one scheduled for Jan. 27, in an effort to raise money for further renovations to the community center building. more
SUMITON — The Sumiton City Council briefly discussed cleaning up abandoned properties in the city during its meeting Tuesday morning. more
Meteorologists are cautiously forecasting today’s winter weather threat as comparable to the “Snowmageddon” of Jan. 27, 2014. more
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