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Officials are urging people to keep in mind of traffic closures as the area prepares for tonight's 6:30 p.m. countywide Christmas parade in downtown Jasper, presented by the Chamber of Commerce of … more
The Holiday Toy Drive's organizer announced that she needed more last-minute funds to grant wishes for children before the drive's distribution is held on Saturday from 10 a.m. to … more
CURRY — There is a great need for personal items and food at Curry High School to help impoverished students.Curry High business education teacher Pam Henslee put out a plea on Facebook last Friday … more

The Eldridge Toy Run brought a large crowd to the Free Will Baptist Children's Home, despite scattered rain showers. Hundreds of bikers from Alabama, Mississippi and other surrounding states made the drive to Eldridge to make donations that will help sustain the Children's Home, which provides a safe haven for more than 30 children who need a secure, loving place to live. Santa Claus also made a visit to the event and gave each child Christmas gifts. As of noon Saturday, over $60,000 had been raised for the cause. 

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DORA – The Alabama Supreme Court has rejected a plea from Dora Councilman Chris Edwards to allow him to sit on the Water Works and Gas Board of Dora while the high court makes a final decision on … more
CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill City Council heard plans Thursday for the city to mark the holiday with its annual Christmas parade, tree and lighted star, and council members noted the tree will be … more
The fall foliage has been in its peak this week here in Walker County. This picture taken at a small lake in Empire near York Mountain. The ducks were enjoying the nice fall weather. more
Two approved names for drives on the Jasper High School campus will exemplify school spirit.Superintendent Dr. Ann Jackson said at Monday's school board meeting that the main entrance drive to Jasper … more
Cordova police are investigating a series of vehicle break-ins that occurred in the Benchfield area Friday morning. more
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