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District 1 Walker County Commissioner Keith Davis is undertaking a leadership project that is simple: Promoting citizens to perform acts of kindness, and leaving cards to urge people to do the same. more
OAKMAN — Oakman High School environmental science students recently made a trip that opened their eyes to the intricacies of receiving water. more
Bevill State Community College is helping to revitalize Alabama counties impacted by the loss of jobs in the coal industry. more
The Walker County Commission is looking at ways to reopen a bridge that has been temporarily closed — although the county may still have to come up with hundreds of dollars of match to build a new bridge. more
A live nativity was held in Parrish Friday night in front of Jack’s Hamburgers on Alabama 269 South. The live nativity will continue today at 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. more
The Chamber of Commerce of Walker County announced Friday afternoon that it is postponing its annual Christmas parade from Tuesday to Thursday due to rain chances. more
The Daily Mountain Eagle Christmas Shoe Fund giveaway is set for today at the newspaper office. The newspaper staff and volunteers took phone calls throughout October and November to register area children for the giveaway, which will be from 7 a.m. until noon today. more
Alabama State Troopers say two people died in separate single vehicle accidents late Thursday in Walker and Winston counties. A single vehicle accident at 5:30 p.m. Thursday claimed the life of a Jasper man. more
CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council on Thursday renewed a contract with the Carbon Hill Utility Board, although it came with an increase in fees to the city. The contract is renewed every three years, with automatic renewals for two of those years. It was time for the contract to be renewed. more
CORDOVA — The Cordova City Council is considering a new ordinance to address the increasing number of stray dogs in the city. A draft presented at Tuesday night’s council meeting is more expansive than the dog ordinance adopted in 2010, city attorney Ben Goldman told council members. The ordinance also clarifies the procedure for getting strays off the street. more
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