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State Rep. Connie Rowe, R-Jasper, said she and other north Alabama legislators were touring the Port of Mobile by boat on Feb. 28. "I had never had an interest in the Port of Mobile," she said, … more
The Walker County Humane Society (WCHS) is continuing to reduce the county's feral, stray cat population.Thirty cats were spayed and neutered in another cat fixing sponsored by the nonprofit, at no … more
City attorney Russ Robertson talked to the Jasper City Council on Tuesday about conveying a piece of property that the Independent Living Resources of Greater Birmingham has been leasing from the … more
CARBON HILL - Mayor Mark Chambers told the Carbon Hill City Council this week that while no one turned in a bid on the city's lighting project on  Nauvoo Road and its exit of U.S. Interstate 22, … more
Jasper High School will host a college night tomorrow evening for the school's juniors and seniors to explore their options for post-secondary education.The event will be from 6 until 7:45 p.m. at … more
Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed (R-Jasper) was elected Chairman of the Alabama Legislature’s Oil and Gas Study Committee on Thursday afternoon. Created by the State Legislature in 1983, the Oil and Gas Study Committee is responsible for keeping track of trends in Alabama’s oil and gas industry. more
Editor's note: This is the first in a three-part series on exchange students enrolled in Walker County Schools.DORA — Eight exchange students are calling Walker County home for the next few months, … more
Retired Jasper Fire Chief Monroe Marion Cooner died Friday evening at his daughter’s Jasper home. Cooner, a veteran of the Korean War, was 88.Cooner spent 33 years with the Jasper Fire Department, … more
Brad Ingle won his third term as chairman of the Walker County School Board, defeating challenger Teia Harris by more than 2,100 votes.Unofficial totals have Ingle with 8,251 votes to 6,066 for … more

SUMITON - Sumiton Church of God has reported that a person who tested positive with COVID-19 attended the church on March 8. 

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