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The Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama recently awarded $115,000 to the Jasper Area Family Services Center to fund three of its programs through 2017. The Walker County Fatherhood program, a secondary prevention program for noncustodial parents, … more
Improving the parks system and increasing recreational opportunities will be a focus of the Cordova City Council in 2017. Mayor Drew Gilbert placed parks and recreation at the top of a priority list he presented to council members Tuesday … more
The Walker County Farmers Federation and representatives from local ALFA Insurance agencies presented local fire departments with an early Christmas present on Tuesday. All 26 fire departments in the county received a $500 check during the Walker … more
Ridgeview Health Services in Jasper will be holding its annual Living Nativity program tonight, starting at 6 p.m. David Wallace, chaplain at Ridgeview, said the tradition began in 2011. Because Ridgeview is locally owned, company president … more
Daily Mountain Eagle GOODSPRINGS — Leo the dog went missing on Thanksgiving day and traveled over 20 miles to be reunited with his grandparents. At just 2 years old, Leo has traveled more than many adults. It was on Thanksgiving that he made … more
Daily Mountain Eagle The Walker County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday night on a request to hear the recommendation of the investigator, regarding the investigation of Tanya Guin, at the next board meeting in January. Guin, the … more
Jasper High School will host Athletic Arts Center’s annual production of “The Nutcracker” this weekend. Athletic Arts owner Maria Ross said cast members are excited to make the move to the new high school theater, which seats 1,200 and is … more
Walker boys varsity basketball coach Robert Epps talks with members of his team Sunday afternoon during practice at the Carl Cannon Coliseum at the new Jasper High School. The first games in the new gym will be played today when the Vikings host Minor for junior varsity boys and girls and varsity boys and girls games beginning at 3:30 p.m. For more on today’s inaugural games in the 2,000-seat gym, see A12 of today’s Eagle. more
A rash of heroin overdoses had local law enforcement agencies working overtime last week. more
The city of Cordova hosted its annual Christmas parade in downtown Cordova Monday night. The parade included the Cordova Fire Department, and a special visit from Santa Claus. more
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