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First 9-1-1 Call Reinactment

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9-1-1 Celebrating 50 years from HBTV

A day in the history of Haleyville, AL, and 9-1-1. Turn your audio on and share. HBTV

Posted by Paradise92.7 on Friday, June 15, 2018


Rescue From the Roof of Walmart

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Wednesday morning at 10:30, a 33-year-old man working on the roof of the Haleyville Walmart had a back problem and could not climb down the vertical ladder used to access the area. The Haleyville Fire Department was called and the ladder truck was used to safely bring him down in a basket. The worker, who was not an employee of Walmart, was transported from the scene by ambulance.


Search Fails to Find Jessica

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Last Saturday, June 9, an organized search for Jessica Hamby was made by approximately 80 volunteers in Marion County. Reports indicate the search was unsuccessful. Please read the previous story on her disappearance and reward for information as to her whereabouts.


Haleyville City Court Date Changed!

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Haleyville Municipal Court currently scheduled for June 21, 2018, has been rescheduled to the following Thursday, June 28, 2018, at 9 am for traffic and non-traffic and 12:00 noon for trials.


Search for Jessica Hamby Set for Saturday Morning

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The address is 28630 U.S. Hwy 43, Hamilton


Time is Running Out to See Exhibit

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Mike Evans, President of the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce

Today and tomorrow, Thursday and Friday, are the last two days you can visit the traveling Alabama Bicentennial exhibit downtown Haleyville in the former location of Dixie Flowers on 19th Street. The exhibit allows the visitor to walk through the history of Alabama from the beginning of time to the present with multiple video presentations The exhibit is free and open from 2 to 7 p.m. today and tomorrow. This will be the last chance to see it in Haleyville. The exhibit is sponsored locally by the City of Haleyville and the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce. Look for this banner at the entrance to the building for the exhibit.


Primary Election 2018 Results

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These numbers are the totals for all 19 boxes in Winston County In the case of the State House and Senate races, the other areas have to be added in. There will be a runoff election in 45 days for the Alabama House District 17 between Estes and Seagraves. Bobby Everett had more than 50% of the votes to win his incumbent seat on the Winston County Commission District 1.


Alabama Senate District 4

G. Gudger 1335

P. Bussman 1052


Alabama House District 14

T. Wadsworth 2239

R. Corry 456


Alabama House District 17 (Runoff)

T. Estes 534

D. Hall 238

P. Seagraves 265


Winston County Commission District 1

S. Baldwin 986

W. Brown 351

B. Everett 1405


Winston County Commission District 2

D. Cummings 1264

B. Wilson 961


Winston County Sheriff

Tommy Moore 4,151

J. Madison 773


Election Returns

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Be sure to vote today. Polls will be open until 7 p.m.

Election night coverage begins at 8 p.m. on Paradise 92.7 with reports from both Double Springs and Hamilton.

The election returns will be published here on HBTV as soon as they are complete.

The election returns are brought to by Goars, Hicks Tires, Elliott True Value, and Traders and Farmers Bank.




Haleyville City Council

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The Haleyville City Council met Monday with Mayor Ken Sunseri and Councilman Blue Russell absent. The meeting was presided over by Mayor Pro Tem Richard Bittinger. Only one main item was covered in the short meeting. The Council approved a change order to the Sports Complex/Playground with the approval of additional fencing around the sewer pumping station, entrance cul-de-sac, and playground. The fencing was changed from a six foot to a four-foot fence which lowered the bid price with a new contract price of $22,080.50.

The next meeting of the Haleyville City Council will be Monday, June 18.


9-1-1 Music and HHS Alumni

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Miss Victoria Roose, Haleyville Rotary Club Miss 9-1-1 2018


Friday afternoon, the weather cleared and the music began on the stage downtown Haleyville. The crowd grew into the thousands to hear local musicians and the headliner, Craig Morgan.

The main street came alive Saturday morning with more music in a vacant lot of where V.J. Elmore’s once stood. At 10, the Haleyville High Alumni and emergency responder vehicles provided a huge parade around town.

HHS Class of 1968 won the attendance Award at the Alumni Luncheon

The HHS Alumni luncheon at the HMS cafeteria was the scene for as the annual Service Award was presented to David Godsey and the Alumnus of the Year Award to Dana Wallace.

Dana Wallace, with Debbie Wood, President of the HHS Alumni Association

The HHS Alumni Association Service Award was presented to David Godsey.