• Wanted Part-time laborer

       PART-TIME LABORER:   Position open for a permanent part-time person with experience in repair and maintenance of Mobile Homes and Houses.  Contract Hourly Labor about 2 plus days per week.  Retired or Semi-retired OK, as long as able to work.  Apply in person, please.

    POSEY HOME SALES   226484 State Highway 129,  Haleyville, Al.  35565

  • Abandoned House Fire

    An abandoned house fire on 7th Street West in South Haleyville just after 7 p.m. Sunday night, February 23 brought out the Haleyville, Bear Creek and Craft Fire Departments. The building sustained heavy fire damage. The cause of the fire is unknown.

  • Haleyville City Council

    The Haleyville City Council met Tuesday, February 18 with all members present. The Council approved the operating bills for January in the amount of $640,575.02. Two Resolutions approving the financing a new firetruck with Traders and Farmers Bank and one for a tax abatement for Gumbo and Jazz were approved. Additional lighting for the batting cages at the Sportsplex was discussed.

    Also discussed was a proposed CDBG demolition project to eliminate condemned property in the City.

    Tyra Rayburn and Jimmy Holley were hired as volunteer firefighters. Joseph William Storie was hired at the Street and Sanitation Department.

    The next meeting of the Haleyville City Council will be Monday, March 2, 5:30 p.m. at the Haleyville City Hall.

  • Brother/Sister Puppies go as a Pair

    Our little brother/sister pair needs a home.  They cannot be separated.  A shared dog house will be included. As much as it pains me, they are just too much for our other dog to handle.  They are SO full of energy and love to be all up in your business  🙂  Cooper is bigger and a sweet teddy bear.  Annie was the runt of their litter and is a fireball of energy.  They do best outside and love to run.  We have been taking them back and forth between our house in the city and our country’s property.  However, we do not have a fence and they are much better equipped for outside.  We are having to spend more time in the city and that is just not fair to them.  They do bicker with each other sometimes, usually over food or a toy, but it never lasts for long.  And some of that probably has to do with being in such close proximity.  Due to so many family issues over the past few months, they have not had their shots,  but have had no health problems whatsoever.  We estimate they are 6-7 months.  Please email Jillcrowe12@gmail.com for pictures and if interested call or text 205-542-2038. Mary Johnson.

  • Veterans Bean Dinner March 2

    American Legion Whitehead Post#33 Haleyville wishes to invite everyone out for bargains and fun!  Monday, March 2nd will be a large variety of merchandise on hand all new and guaranteed! Beginning At 6 pm! St 5 pm will be serving  Poor Man Dinners. Consisting of beans, slaw, cornbread onion and drink for a 5.00 donation! All proceeds go to veterans and veterans programs!  Come on down and support our veterans! Come sit and shop and enjoy a good meal! Community support is much appreciated!  For more information, call 205-486-4376

  • Phillips Advances to Regionals

    The Phillips High School She Bears stamped their ticket to the NW Regional Tournament at Wallace State College in Hanceville this week with Monday night’s Sub-regional 67 – 40 win over Covenant Christian. Next was a Thursday night game with the Lady Eagles of Decatur Heritage and the Ladies from Bear Creek came away with a 50 – 46 victory. The defending State Champion She Bears now advance to a 1-A Elite Eight matchup against the Mars Hill Lady Panthers on Monday, February 17 at 3:00 pm in Hanceville.

  • Crash Takes Life on HWY 243

    QUAD CITIES POST – A one-vehicle crash at 4:00 a.m. today, February 13, has claimed the life of a Russellville man. Dudley Chase Davis, 33, was killed when the Dodge Ram 1500 he was driving, ran off the roadway and struck a tree.  Davis was ejected from the vehicle.  Davis was pronounced dead at the scene by Franklin County Coroner Charlie Adcox.  The crash occurred on AL. 243, 10 miles south of Russellville.

    Nothing further is available as Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate.