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    Did ADEM withhold information on river contamination levels after June 6...

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Black Warrior Riverkeeper (BWR), a north Alabama environmental organization on Wednesday posted to its Facebook page a large multi-page document found...

    River Valley Ingredients senior vice president issues statement on June 6...

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Tyson Foods subsidiary River Valley Ingredients recently took another step in responding to the spill that occurred at its Hanceville plant...

    Inside the Tyson/Mulberry Fork lawsuit: Who did what, who’s asking for...

    JASPER, Ala. - On Friday, the Sipsey Heritage Commission and Chandler Holdings, along with 40 individual property owners along the Mulberry and Sipsey Forks...

    BREAKING: Residents, organizations file suit against Tyson over spill, plant conditions

    JASPER, Ala. - On Friday, the Sipsey Heritage Commission and Chandler Holdings, along with 40 individual property owners along the Mulberry and Sipsey Forks...

    State wants your opinion on ADEM director’s job performance

    MONTGOMERY, Ala.  - Have an opinion about how Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Director Lance LeFleur is doing his job?  The State would...

    Tyson Spill Update: Tribune visits Mulberry and Sipsey Forks

    EMPIRE, Ala. - On Saturday morning, The Cullman Tribune visited the confluence of the Sipsey Fork and Mulberry Fork, known to locals as "The...

    ‘This is heartbreaking for us’: River residents heavy-hearted; Tyson facing lawsuits

    HANCEVILLE, Ala.  – On Thursday, June 6, approximately 220,000 gallons of effluent (liquid waste or sewage) were spilled by the Tyson Foods, Inc./River Valley...

    Tyson: ‘Oxygen levels in affected streams have returned to normal’

    CULLMAN, Ala. – Last Thursday, June 6, approximately 220,000 gallons of effluent (liquid waste or sewage) were spilled by the Tyson Foods, Inc./River Valley...

    Feature: River residents sound off about Tyson’s Mulberry Fork spill, fish...

    Updated 6-11-19 8:32 a.m. HANCEVILLE, Ala. - The June 6 spill of “partially treated effluent” (liquid waste or sewage) into the Dave Young Creek, which...

    Tyson spill; public encouraged to avoid Dave Young Creek, Mulberry Fork

    Updated 6-7-19 2:21 p.m.   HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Tyson Foods, Inc. issued a public notice Friday, saying, "Due to a failure in a pipe owned by...

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