• Haleyville Wins!

    The Haleyville Lions beat Good Hope Friday night 56-21. The Lion of the week is Antonio Reyes. The Lions will travel to Dora this Friday night, October 14. The last two regular season games will be Fayette on October 21 and Central on October 28. Both will be home games.
    Listen to the live play-by-play radio broadcast every Friday night on Paradise 92.7 with Butch Foster and Craig Wakefield. David Albright hosts the Leo Preview show on Paradise 92.7 each Friday morning at 7 a.m. when he will be talking to the coaches about the upcoming games.

  • Holiday Garbage Pickup

    The City of Haleyville Street and Sanitation will be closed Monday, October 10 for Columbus Day. Monday’s route will be picked up along with Tuesday’s route on Tuesday, October 11.

    Marion County Solid Waste will pick up Friday, October 7 for Monday.

     

  • HHS Homecoming

    This is homecoming week at Haleyville High School. Friday night, the Lions will play against Good Hope. Kickoff is 7 p.m. The Homecoming Parade will be at 1:30 starting and ending at the school with a pep rally to follow in the gym. Because of the homecoming festivities at halftime, the HHS band will perform a pre-game show at 6:40 p.m., with the introduction of the homecoming queen candidates to follow before the game. You can listen to the play-by-play of the game, the band performance and homecoming festivities on Paradise 92.7 FM beginning at 6:40 Friday night or on the free Paradise 92.7 app available from Apple or Android.

  • Haleyville Chamber

    The Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce will meet this Friday at 12 noon at the Galley Restaurant. The program this month will be a forum for the two candidates for District Attorney, Jack Bostick, and Scott Slatton. The Chamber program on Friday, November 4 will be Roger Hayes with a state of the county presentation. The program from Friday, December 2, will be Senator Greg Reed.

  • Mayor Morrison

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    The runoff election in Bear Creek this week affirmed the mayoral’s seat was retained by Connie Morrison. the vote was 143 for Morrison and 73 for Don Vickery, thus Connie Morrison will remain mayor of Bear Creek for four more years.

  • NRA Patriot’s Dinner & Auction

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    This Thursday night, October 6, will be the 4th annual Friends of NRA Patriot’s Dinner and Auction. The event will be held at the old National Guard Armory (Facilities Building) on Highway 195 South in Double Springs. Doors open and games begin at 5:30. dinner will be served at 6:30 with the auction to follow. Tickets are available for $30 each or $50 per couple at Alabama Title & Pawn in Haleyville. 586-1864 or call Jim Rau at 205-270-0183. Or you can get them online at https://www.friendsofnra.org/eventtickets/Events/Details/1?eventId=5274.

  • Trees-R-Us

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    Perhaps you have a tree way to close to your house for comfort or large limbs ready to fall on your house during the next a storm. You know better than to try doing the work yourself. TREES-R-US has the right equipment and trained personnel to clean up your yard or larger property. Free estimates. Get the job done right and safely.

    Call Nathan Hulsey on his cell, 269-0198. Mention you saw it on hbtv.us. Nathan will treat your right and the price is right.

     

  • Council Meeting

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    The Haleyville City Council met Monday afternoon and the first order of business was a Proclamation read by Mayor Sunseri pertaining to the State Bi-Centennial set for 2017-18. Sunseri said the Haleyville Chamber will be promoting the events and celebration locally.

    After approving the minutes of the last regular meeting on 9/19 and a work session last week, the council approved a city employee health insurance increase of 4%. This increase will be paid by the city.

    A bid of $30,720.00 by Shoals Paving and Sealing for paving 22nd Street was approved.

    Hayden Southern was hired as a part-time Class II dispatcher.

    Bobby Taylor was appointed back to the Water Board for a six-year term.

    Mayor Sunseri reported that overall city revenues were up a total of $77, 079 over last year for the fiscal year which ended September 30. Sales and occupational taxes were up, but alcohol sales tax were down.

    The next scheduled meeting of the Council will be on Monday, October 17, 5:30 at the Haleyville City Hall.

  • County Auction Friday!

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    Winston County Road Department, Friday, October 7, 2 p.m. Located 1/2 mile off Highway 195 on County Road 32.  Auctioneer Darrell Smith, AL License #5379

    1994 Jeep Cherokee 2×4 Mileage 199,696 Runs good

    1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4×4  Mileage 239,755 Runs good

    1994 GMC Sierra SL 2×4  2500 Work Bed  Mileage 285,876 Runs good

    1991 GMC Top Kick Dump Truck

    1- 19.5L-24 Back Hoe Tire-New;  2-18.4-30 Tractor Tires-Rear-1 New

    1-Power Gard 5500W Generator;  1-1 cyl. Diesel engine 20hp- needs work

    Misc. Hyd lines, cylinders;  245/70R/17 AT tires-7 tires- 50%

    23 hp Kohler 1 cyl gas engine- needs work;  235/75R/ AT tires 8 50%

    Large Stick Welder;  Misc Cat and Komatsu bucket teeth – new

    2 New Cat Road Grader Glass PT#4I-6968;  1 Roll of 1/2″x12″ belt

    3 Cat Track How Hyd lines, steel- used;  6 sets of tire chains for 10-20 tire

    3 Hyd cylinders-used;  4 Hyd hoses-cat fittings-new;  5 U Bolts-New

    18-New Komatsu Bucket Teeth;  8 New Cat Bucket Teeth

    50 Feet Roll of Torch Hoses-used