• Arthur Execution Set For Tonight

    Tommy Arthur, with ties to the Haleyville area, has an execution date set for tonight at 6 p.m. at Holman prison. He has been on death row for 35 years and has been granted 7 stays to his execution, some following last-minute appeals. In the 80’s, Arthur shot and killed a woman in Bear Creek, wounded one other, and was found guilty of killing a Shoals man while on work release for his first conviction.

  • HHS Alumni Day June 3

    HHS alumni Day is ALWAYS the First Saturday in June!

    Alumni Parade 10 a.m.  Line-up HES parking lot 9 a.m.

    Luncheon following parade at Noon       HES Cafetorium      Tickets -$15

    The menu is barbecue pork, baked beans, potato salad, slaw, roll, drink, and dessert.Tickets may be purchased at Traders and Farmers Bank or by mailing your money to:

    Haleyville Alumni Association            P.O. Box 91, Haleyville, AL, 35565

    The Alumni Parade begins at 10 a.m.  Line-up at the elementary school parking lot starting at 9.

    Officers: President – Debbie Caldwell Wood; 1st VP – Amy Masdon Farris; Secretary – Stacy Farris Temple; Treasure – Beverly Donaldson; Publicity – Melicia Johnson Allen.

  • Local Weekend Events

    This is Memorial Day weekend. In Haleyville, it means Friday night will be the graduation ceremony for 105 Haleyville High seniors at 8 p.m. at Bubba Scott Field.

    The annual Coal Fest is this weekend in Brilliant, a celebration of the town’s rich coal mining history. The two-day festival begins Friday afternoon, May 26 with crafts, food, fun, music and an antique car show. Google or check Facebook for a schedule of events. Starting Friday night is the two-night Sheffield Street party, a fundraiser for Northwest Shoals Community College scholarships. Ads for the music lineup can be heard on Paradise 92.7.

  • HHS Golf Team Finishes Third

    The Haleyville High Golf Team made it to the state finals in Auburn Monday and Tuesday finishing third in the state. Congratulations to Coach Dusty Ball and the team of great golfers Reid Haughton, Rob Richards, Jack Lawson, J.B. Miller, Colton Russell and Eli Brannon.

  • HHS Golf Team at State Finals

    The Haleyville High golf team is currently in 3rd place behind UMS Wright and Oneonta following play in the state finals. The team shot 320 on Monday. Individual scores were Rob Richards, 76, Colton Russell 84, J.B. Miller 80, Reid Haughton 80 and Jack Lawson 112. Today is the second and final day of play in Auburn.

  • Haleyville City Council

    The Haleyville City Council met Monday with all members present and approved the April general operation bills for $439,089.10. The Council approved new radios and phones from the Northwest Alabama Gas District. The phone service is being changed from Southern Link to AT&T. There will be 32 new radios and 10 phones.

    Mayor Sunseri announced the U.S. flag at city hall is flying at half mast to commemorate Fallen Officers week. Following the regular session, the Council interviewed one candidate for Fire Chief and held a work session. The next meeting of the Haleyville City Council will be on Monday, June 5.

  • Memorial to Fallen Officers

    The Fraternal Order of Police Free State of Winston Lodge #51, held a memorial service for the Fallen Officers of Winston County along with the dedication a new monument in their honor May 13,  on the steps of the courthouse. The Master of Ceremonies was Judge Bobby Aderholt with speakers  U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt and Alabama Representative Tim Wadsworth.

  • Miss 9-1-1

    Ashton Steele, 15, a Winston County High student was selected as the Miss 9-1-1- at the Haleyville Rotary Club Miss 9-1-1 pageant was held Saturday afternoon at the HES auditorium. She will be part of the 9-1-1 festivities on May 2-3 downtown Haleyville. The pageant was a fundraiser for the Rotary Club Toys for Kids Program. The Rotary Club thanks all the participants and sponsors who helped make the event a great success.

  • One Killed in Car Crash

    A single-vehicle crash at 9:20 a.m. today, May 13, has claimed the life of a Lynn woman.  Lydia Lenae Wilson, 44, was killed when the 2012 Toyota Camry she was driving left the roadway and overturned. Wilson, who was not using a seatbelt, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene. The crash occurred on Winston County 59, two miles south of Lynn.  Nothing further is available as Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate.