• Winston County Sports Hall of Fame

    The Winston County Sports Hall of Fame Induction dinner will be held Saturday, July 21 at the Haleyville Elementry School cafeteria. The banquet will begin at 5:30. Tickets are $20.00 per person and are available at Traders and Farmers Bank or at the door.


    Guest speaker will be Bobby Humphrey and the Master of Ceremonies will be Tony Giles (stadium announcer for the University of Alabama).


    2018 Inductees

    Ebb Deason Award, Meek High, Amanda Cunningham, and Haydon Twilley

    Haleyville High, Jeff Rasbury, Jeff Burdge, Kelly Rushing (special) and Duffy Cordrey

    Addison High, David Powell (Special), Dusty Hayes, Abe Rooks, and Kim Rooks

    Lynn High, Anna Cagle, Brandon Kelley, Greg Griffith, and Dream Haley (Special)

    Winston County High, Carl Hunter, Tabitha Garrison Mays, and Timmy Miller

    Meek High, Jerry Goodwin, Kayla Brown Howton, and Caleb Smith

    Marvin Frank Barnes (Special) Killed in camping accident March 2001, his Junior year.


  • Rabies Vaccination Clinics July 13

    Dr. Ben Cashion, Winston County Rabies Inspector reminds you all cats and dogs 3 months old or older are required to have babies virus vaccinations. The clinics are on Saturday, July 13 at the following locations:

    Haleyville               9 − 10 AM at the safe room parking lot behind McDonald’s

    Lynn                       10:30 − 11 Traders and Farmers Bank parking lot.

    double Springs     12:30 − 1:30 PM Traders and Farmers Branch Bank Highway 278

  • Haleyville City Council

    The Haleyville City Council met Monday, July 2 and approved the Cassady Company to provide engineering services for preparation to apply for a CDBG grant for sewer work on 6th, 7th, 8th and parts of 9th Avenues.


    Mayor Ken Sunseri reported the concession stand income at the Haleyville Sorts Complex so far this year was over $60,000 and after all expenses, the finances were well into the black.


    Sunseri stated the  9-1-1 red phone would be going to Washington, D.C. Not to the Smithsonian, but to the National Law Enforcement Museum, which will open this fall. The Smithsonian demanded complete ownership and control and the better offer came from the NLEM which is willing to let Haleyville “borrow” it back for festivals or other events.


    The Council learned the Haleyville Court system, through the Municipal Intercept Program, had netted $7,768. 22.  Mayor Sunseri stated he had hired Savannah Taylor for the Sports Complex Concession.


    The next meeting of the Haleyville City Council will be Monday, July 16, at 5:30 p.m.


  • Mayor Ken Sunseri Wins Award

    The Alabama RC&D | Resource Conservation and Development recently announced the Council Member of the Year, Mayor Ken Sunseri. The award recognizes the RC&D Council member who most exemplifies the ideals of the RC&D Programs by demonstrating effective leadership skills, fostering participation by partners, bringing local citizens and RC&D councils together to implement projects integrating the views of various community members within the area and recognizing the contributions of all participants in RC&D activities.

  • Buckle Up!

    In 2017 there were eight traffic deaths in the State of Alabama for the 4th of July holiday period.  In seven of those crashes, seat belts were not used.  As of Monday, June 25, 2018, Troopers have investigated 273 traffic deaths.  Of those 273 individuals, 236 of them were traveling in vehicles equipped with seat belts, but only 88 individuals were buckled up at the time of the crash.  For this 4th of July, we encourage motorists and passengers to Buckle Up – no matter how short the drive!  Slow down and obey the speed limits.  Focus on driving by putting aside cell phones and other items that may distract you.  If you plan on consuming alcohol pre-plan for a designated driver, call Uber or a cab.  Alabama State Troopers will be aggressively enforcing violations to ensure safe travels.  Have a safe Independence Day!

  • Fayette Man Killed in Crash

    A two-vehicle crash in Marion County has claimed the life of a Fayette man.  Gresdrough V Ivie, Jr, fifty-eight, of Fayette, was killed when the 1999 Toyota Corolla he was driving collided with a 2007 Hummer H2 driven by Robert J Withers of Trussville, Alabama.  The crash occurred on AL-233 approximately five miles east of Brilliant at approximately 3:50 p.m. Friday, June 29.  Ivie was pronounced dead at the scene.  Nothing further as State Troopers continue to investigate