POSITION AVAILABLE: (SEASONAL) STREET DEPARTMENT
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Must be physically fit and able to perform strenuous work (weed eating, heavy lifting, etc.) in all types of weather. Must have a valid AL Drivers License and be over 18 years of age.
This is a temporary Seasonal position with a wage of $9.50 per hour. Applications may be picked up at the Haleyville City Hall or the Street & Sanitation Shop at 1204 10th Avenue, AL 35565. E.O.E. – A.D
Fire destroyed a home in a park on Winston County Road 3418 late Saturday afternoon as members of the Pebble, Ashridge, and Haleyville Fire Departments fought to put the fire out in a steady rain. Wendy Brock was home at the time of the fire and said she was in the back when she heard a loud pop. When she went to see what it was, she found heavy smoke coming from an area which had an electric space heater. She stated the heater was plugged in, but not turned on. She got of the house, a call to 9-1-1 was made then she re-entered in order to get her 7 dogs out which she successfully did. The house and contents were a total loss. Wendy stated she had relatives nearby she could stay with, but she needed to find a place for her dogs.
Baylie Sims and Scott McAlpine
1st Alternates, Benjamin Lowman andClaire Newel, Baylie, and Scott,
2nd Alternates, Kayleigh White and Nick Sadler
The Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC) Chorale will hold a free Spring Concert Tour beginning Sunday, April 15, 2018, at Corinth Heights Baptist Church in Haleyville.
The NW-SCC Chorale will perform a wide variety of music including classical, jazz, and spiritual. The group will make three Sunday appearances during the month of April.
- April 15, 2018, at Corinth Heights Baptist Church, 4070 Dime Rd Haleyville, Ala. 35565, at 3 p.m.
- April 22, 2018, at New Zion Baptist Church, 1468 Co Rd 129 Russellville, Ala. 35654 (located in Lawrence County, near Hatton), at 6 p.m.
- April 29, 2018, at First United Methodist Church, 311 North Jackson Ave. Russellville, Ala. 35653, at 3 p.m.
The NW-SCC Chorale is directed by Jeff McAlister. Admission is free.
NW-SCC Chorale (members and hometowns):
Lauren Allen – Haleyville
Bekkah Church – Russellville
Allie Harris – Haleyville
Nate Harris – Double Springs
Devan Hulsey – Natural Bridge
Zeke Lowery – Russellville
Olivia Martinez – Double Springs
Jacob Patterson – Double Springs
Tommy Quinn – Hackleburg
Regan Roberts – Mt. Hope
Lindsey Shotts – Hamilton
Cody Wakefield – Lynn
At the Alabama Community College System board of trustees meeting on Tuesday, Chancellor Jimmy H. Baker announced the selection of Dr. Glenda Colagross as president of Northwest-Shoals Community College.
Schedule for Friday, April 13
Public Viewing 4-6pm
Senior Leadout & Havala 7:30pm
Because of the possibility of rain and thunderstorms Saturday evening, the HHS Prom has been rescheduled for Friday.
Cook outdoors Bull Outdoor Kitchens from Rowe
Shop online click here: Rowe Building Supply
The Double Springs Study Club proudly presents the photography of Bill Snoddy. This exhibition is open daily through this Wednesday, April 11, from 12 to 5 each day. The free exhibit features the photo work of Snoddy capturing the beauty of Winston County as well as subjects and scenes over a lifetime of travel.
Bill is a native of Winston County and a retired NASA engineer. His framed photos and published books of photos will captivate you in this free exhibit at the Little Rock Building across from the Winston County Courthouse and next to the Courthouse Annex. Its worth the drive to see his fascinating collection of photos.
Limb trimming, tree removal, stump grinding, demolition and cleanup of almost anything. From a chainsaw and a bucket truck to a track hoe, Nathan Hulsey has what it takes to get the job done. Free Estimates! TREES-R-US 269-0198
The Winston County Republican Party held the Ronald Reagan Dinner Friday night, April 6 at the Double Springs City Hall auditorium. Bobby Horton and Three on a String provided musical entertainment during the dinner from Banks BBQ. The full house then heard from all the Republican candidates who are running for the many state and local political offices this year. The primary election will be on Tuesday, June 5.
John Merrill, Alabama Secretary of State, urged everyone to vote in in the upcoming primary and in every election.