• Looking for rental houses.

    I am looking for an 1-3 bedroom apartment/studio/house to rent I am looking to move back to Alabama for work sooner rather then later official start dates can be discussed I will be working out of town possible traveling and would like to be in my hometown when I am home it’s just me no pets. If any property’s are available I would highly appreciate you to contact me at 1(318) 470-1971 text or call is both accepted thank you very much for your time and consideration -hunter

  • Administrative Support Assoc – Winston County Extension Office

    The 12 Jars of Christmas. A free program that includes making jams and jellies for “from the heart” holiday gifts. Limited to 25 participants. Call 205 489-5376 at the Winston County Extension Office for more information. November 5, 2019 5:30 pm until 7:00 pm.
    The Alabama Cooperative Ext System (Ala A&M University and Auburn University) is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Everyone is welcome!

  • Basketball

    The Haleyville Park & Rec. will be conducting youth basketball registration October 14 through October 25. Registration hours are. Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 9am till 6pm Wednesday & Friday 9am till 5pm. Youth basketball is for boys & girls ages 5-12. The age of your child is determined by his or her age as of September 1, 2019. The registration cost is $ 35.00. We now accept credit/debit cards. There’s a multi child discount.

  • I phone

    I lost my iPhone at Walmart last Friday on Oct 11 2019
    My daughter said she cannot remember exactly where in Walmart area she was at.We have searched thru out Walmart with no luck so.Please! PLEASE
    If anyone has found it I would be willing to give a reward
    It is in a black case protected glass cover the back of I phone cover has a slide card case holder please call me at 205-275-5627 My husband number if any one has seen it or knows where it is!

  • Free to a good home

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    These little girls need a home. The tortie is Mina. She was found outside my home in June and I placed her, but the lady who adopted her can’t keep her anymore due to her landlord and neighbor. So per our agreement, she came back to me, along with a ‘sister’. She is a very sweet girl, litter trained and needs to be kept inside. The marmalade kitten is Ginny. The same lady rescued her at five weeks old after someone tossed her, her mother, and litter mates out of a moving vehicle. Ginny was the only one who survived and she was in a bad state. Her rescuer got her back to a healthy weight and she was well tended. She is such a snuggle bug. They are bonded and I’d like to place them together. Mina was likely born in April. Ginny probably at the end of May. They have had a tough start and deserve a loving forever home. I wish I could keep them indefinitely, but I can’t. So please share and let’s find these little ladies a good home. Message me or call 205-269-7773.

  • Haleyville High School Hosts FAFSA Day for Students and Parents!

    FAFSA Day at Haleyville High School
    Friday, October 25, 2019
    8:00a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    HHS Library

    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is open online! Haleyville High School will host our FAFSA Day for senior students and parents on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2019. Representatives from Northwest Shoals Community College and Bevill State Community College will be available on campus from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. to assist senior students and their parents with filing their FAFSA application for the 2020-21 school year.
    You may contact the guidance office at 205-486-3122 at HHS to make an appointment or you can walk-in at any time that day for assistance! For more information, questions, or to make an appointment, please contact school counselors, Jennifer Rains, Stacie Temple, or Denise Banks.
    In order to be prepared to complete the application you will need to have your 2018 tax information available. The FAFSA asks parents and students for information on their income, assets, etc.