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Walker County's unemployment rate in April, going into Tuesday's primary races, is 2.2 percent, falling from 2.6 percent in March, as the state also was able to boast a record low unemployment rate.  more

SMITH LAKE - The Smith Lake Civic Association, using one pontoon and volunteers, cleaned up an estimated 8 tons of debris on the lake with the assistance of two Alabama Power pontoon boats and crewmen on May 17-18

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The Walker County Commission voted Monday, May 16, to approve new software for the Solid Waste Department that can allow e-billing of customers. 

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DORA - Three scholarships were presented to Dora High School students on May 17 from the Anna Jent Memorial Scholarship program.  more
Walker County voters will pick a county superintendent of education and two state House members - with only write-in opposition in the fall - as part of Tuesday's Republican and Democratic party primaries, which will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. statewide.  more
Lupton Jr. High School welcomed back high school seniors last week who were once students at Lupton. Seniors from Carbon Hill, Curry, Dora, Lynn, Jasper and Bear Creek/Phillips high schools did a … more
ARLEY - The 49th Annual Arley Day will be held by the Arley Women's Club this Saturday.  more

SUMITON - The East Walker Chamber of Commerce will no longer have an office off Highway 78. 

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The Walker County Commission wants to look at more bids after seeing an initial estimate on a complete renovation of the main Walker County Courthouse elevator, although the elevator is back in service for now after some repair work by the courthouse maintenance.  more
DORA - The Dora City Council on Thursday, May 12, approved a $1 an hour, across-the-board pay raises for city employees that will cost more than $72,000, Mayor Randy Stephens. more
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