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One of the final pieces of the new high school in Jasper was added recently as ‘Jasper High School’ was added to the front facade of the new school. Final inspections are being done, with the Jasper City Board of Education expected to take possession of the school within the next few weeks. more
The Walker County Coalition for the Homeless is trying to raise $50,000 before the Thanksgiving holidays in order to continue meeting the ever-increasing demand for assistance in the county. According to the WCCH’s … more
Workers from Walker County Community Corrections spent Columbus Day installing the county seal over two broken clocks at the courthouse and painting around the windows. more
The Alabama Forestry Commission has upgraded the Fire Danger Warning, issuing a Fire Alert for 46 counties in north Alabama effective immediately. This order was issued by the forestry commission Monday afternoon for the … more
T.R. Simmons Elementary School in Jasper will be collecting items for victims of Hurricane Matthew this week. Deemed Hurricane Matthew Relief, the school’s safety patrol members have organized a … more
Republican Jerry Bishop is campaigning to be the next chairman of the Walker County Commission. Bishop is running against Independent Dan Wright in the general election on Nov. 8. A retired local businessman, Bishop formerly served three years … more
“When I was little and the cousins would all come over to play,” Luajuana Brasfield remembers, “before they knew it they’d all be seated and I’d be teaching them. So I guess it was just innate. I tell people I’ve been teaching all my … more
Walker High’s students were decked out in pink at Friday’s football against Gardendale in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is observed throughout the month of October. For more on … more
Carbon Hill — The Carbon Hill City Council voted to terminate the city’s municipal judge at a special meeting called on Thursday night. District 4 council member Harlon Wood made the motion to terminate Ken Guin as municipal … more
Carbon Hill High School will be hosting several bands as part of Hydrate Campus Tour on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.m. Hopes on Hold, Christa Jordan and DPB & Crew will performing in a free concert that is open to the whole community on Tuesday … more
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