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Town’s first neighborhood watch meeting set for Tuesday
OAKMAN — Oakman will hold its first neighborhood watch meeting on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Community Center.
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Bomb threat shuts down courthouse
The Walker County Courthouse and annex were evacuated on Thursday morning in response to a bomb threat.
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Sumiton Christian joins state’s new scholarship fund
The Alabama Accountability Act was passed by the House and Senate in February 2013 in an effort to equip all Alabama students with a quality education and prepare them for a bright future. Sumiton ...
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Council hears from city’s new acting police chief
CARBON HILL — After starting Wednesday’s city council meeting with a 25-minute executive session, the Carbon Hill City Council voted to demote the city’s police chief to lieutenant.
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CH eighth-graders delve deep into Middle Ages
CARBON HILL — Eighth-grade students at Carbon Hill Junior High went “medieval” Wednesday morning, donning peasant-type attire, blasting catapults and building castles.
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Jasper man charged in sex abuse case
A Jasper man remains in the Walker County Jail after being charged with sexually abusing a female juvenile.
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Portion of I-22 to shut down for paving
Starting Monday, westbound lanes of I-22 from Industrial Boulevard in Jasper to Carbon Hill’s Exit 57 will be closed, as a contractor for the Alabama Department of Transportation begins repaving th...
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City council reschedules after illegal meeting
CARBON HILL — Members of the Carbon Hill City Council voted on a few issues Monday night but realized shortly after that all votes and discussions were null and void.
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Curry FBLA raises money for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
CURRY — Curry High School’s Future Business Leaders of America Club recently raised a large sum of money that will be donated to a worthwhile foundation.
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Council OKs Walker County Health Action Partnership event for May 3
The Walker County Health Action Partnership will host a special event in May to bring awareness to health issues in the county.
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Hobby Lobby signs lease deal
A national retailer specializing in crafts and home décor has officially signed a lease to open its newest store in Jasper.
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BSCC faculty meets new acting president
The faculty and staff of Bevill State Community College had an opportunity to briefly meet their new acting president, Thomas Huebner Jr., on Tuesday.
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Richardson named acting police chief
CARBON HILL — Carbon Hill Police Chief Ron Colburn was demoted to lieutenant last week following a city council meeting Tuesday night.
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Assessment complete on issues with jail security
A Harvest, Ala.-based company has completed its assessment of security issues at the Walker County Jail.
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Holy Week services begin Monday
A group of area ministers will once again host Holy Week services at Jasper’s First United Methodist Church beginning Monday.
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