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Daily Mountain Eagle CORDOVA - The Cordova City Council voted Tuesday night to accept two pieces of property that require cleanup. Mayor Drew Gilbert suggested that 75 Carver St. could be turned into a pocket park once it is cleared. The … more
Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC) Assistant State Forester Dan Jackson was honored Tuesday by members of the Walker County Firefighters Association and several state officials during the association’s regular monthly meeting. State Sen. Greg … more
Seven individuals battling addiction are currently in substance abuse recovery programs through the Cordova Police Department’s Mercy Project, which was launched in February. Now Cordova Police Chief Nick Smith is interested in implementing a … more
DORA — Thursday morning, the Mission of Hope in Dora provided mesh backpacks full of school supplies to 100 students in Head Start through 12th-grade, ahead of the first day of school next week. After receiving the backpacks, several parents … more
Daily Mountain Eagle When it comes to what would be paid for with the $7 million raised from the 1-cent sales tax on the Aug. 15 ballot, the first priority in the legislative act creating the tax involves paying the county’s debt — which may … more
Ignacio Pedraza, above, runs the pass at Los Reyes Grill in Jasper Wednesday. The Mexican restaurant is one of many restaurants in the downtown district celebrating ‘Jasper Eats,’ an event to showcase local fare as part of Alabama Restaurant Week. ‘Jasper Eats’ will offer lunch and dinner specials through Saturday. Visit the Jasper Main Street Facebook page for a list of participating restaurants. more
DORA — McDonald's in Dora will reopen next week with a brand new look. According to Barry DeGonzague — who along with his wife Lorraine are the new owners of the national chain’s Dora location — almost everything both inside and outside the restaurant will be different. more
The Alabama Department of Education has stated its intent to revoke former Carbon Hill Elementary/Jr. High Principal Tanya Guin’s educator certification. In a letter sent to Guin and the Walker County Board of Education, State Educator Certification Officer Shavon Cummings said the state department of education’s proposed action could include revocation and non-renewal of Guin’s Alabama Professional Leadership Certification and Alabama Professional Educator Certification. more
Walker County Administrator Cheryl Ganey and other officials say the legislative act behind the 1-cent sales tax is tightly written to require the money to be spent as promised — and annual state audits will also keep the spending honest. more
allocate $100,000 for economic development, which one local official says is critical to recruiting new businesses and industry to Walker County. more
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