• House for Sale by Owner

    1735 9th Avenue South Haleyville, AL 35565

    Large Lot.  3BR/1Bath.  Original hardwoods/French doors

    Spacious kitchen with many cabinets, Laundry room with washer/dryer connection

    New hot water heater / new wooden blinds., New heating/cooling system, Wraparound front porch

    Fixer-up mother-in-law house in back (2 rooms/1 bath)

    Must see to appreciate, $47,900.00, Contact Don Posey:  (205) 486-4657

  • HES Kindergarten Registration

    Haleyville City Schools will hold kindergarten registration on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.   Registration will be held at the Haleyville Elementary School library.  A child who is being registered for kindergarten must be five (5) years old on or before September 1, 2020, and meet Board enrollment requirements before he/she can attend school for the 2020-2021 school year.  Parents or guardians registering prospective kindergarten students are encouraged to bring the following:

    1. The child’s birth certificate
    2. Immunization certificate showing that the child has had all of the required immunizations:  D.P.T., polio, measles, and mumps.  ALABAMA STATE LAW REQUIRES PROOF OF THE IMMUNIZATIONS BEFORE A CHILD CAN ENTER KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE
    3. Social Security Card
    4. Proof of residency
    5. Custody Papers (if applicable)
    6. Driver’s License of parent/guardian

    A team of Kindergarten teachers will be administering the HES Kindergarten Screener to all children who will attend kindergarten in the fall of 2020.  Thus, it will be necessary for you to bring your pre-school child with you to registration so we can administer this short screening instrument.  We plan to make this a fun experience for the children.  You can help by planning to make this a special outing for you and your pre-schooler.  In an effort to avoid over-crowded conditions and give each child individual attention, we ask that you adhere to the following schedule:


    M-Z 12:00-2:30

    We realize that some of you may work and can only come at certain times.  We will adjust our schedule to accommodate working parents.

    It is important that all parents or guardians register eligible children on April 1.

    Further inquiries can be made by calling Haleyville Elementary School at 486-3405.

    Disclaimer:  The enrollment of homeless, migratory, immigrant and ELL students will not be denied or delayed in accordance to the Haleyville City School Board’s policy File:JBCB. 


    Congratulations to the following students on their wins at TORCH!  Students are listed from Left to Right and from Front to Back.

     1st Row:
    Rosa Esparza- 3rd Place Creative Drawing
    Carlie Pendley- 1st Place Business
    Abigail Howard- 3rd Place Solo Woodwind
    Collin Barnett- 3rd Place Drafting & Design
    John Mark Mayhall- 1st Place Biology

    2nd Row:
    Spencer Royster- 2nd Place Solo Strings
    Hallie Kate Sauls- 3rd Place Dramatic Monologue
    Carlie Lewis- 2nd Place Business Office Management & Tech
    Nic Whitman- 3rd Place Automotive Technology
    Logan Porter- 1st Place Child Development

    3rd Row:
    Zeke Shipman- 3rd Place Geometry
    Halle Tolbert- 3rd Place Vocal Solo Female
    Emma Engle- 3rd Place Solo Brass
    Jenna Brown- 2nd Place Anatomy

    4th Row:
    Eli Wakefield- 1st Place Automotive Technology
    Matthew Stephens- 2nd Place Electrical Systems Technology
    Gabe Engle- 2nd Place Male Vocal Solo

  • Phillips She Bears Area Champs!

    For the fourth year in a row, the Phillips High School She Bears claimed the 1-A Area 12 Championship over Belgreen by the score of 51-47. The She Bears will host the Covenant Christian Lady Eagles in the Sub-regional matchup on Monday night at 5:30 p.m. in Bear Creek. The PHS She Bears are the defending 1-A State Champions.

  • Seasonal Jobs Available


    POSITION AVAILABLE:  (SEASONAL) Park and Recreation 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 Alabama Drivers License and be over 18 years of age.

    This is a temporary Seasonal position. Applications may be picked up at the Neighborhood Facility Building at 1205 10th Avenue. Call 486-3532 for more information.

    Closing date for accepting applications is February 25, 2020, at 5 p.m. E.O.E. – A.D.O.

  • T-Ball Registration

    The Haleyville Park & Recreation Department is holding T-Ball registration on February 10– February 28. T Ball is for boys and girls ages 5 & 6.  Your Child must be 5 on or before June 30, 2021.  The cost of registration is $35.00 per child.  A family discount will apply.  Registration hours will be.  Monday Tuesday’s & Thursday’s hours are 9 am till 6 pm and Wednesday & Friday 9 am till 5 pm at Haleyville Park & Rec. For more information call (205)486-3532.

  • Little Miss Leo’s Pageant

    Haleyville Elementary School will be hosting its annual Little Miss Leo’s Pageant on Saturday, March 7 in the school cafetorium beginning at 2:00 for ages 2 years to 5th grade.

    The attire is a Sunday dress. The entry fee is $25. If you wish for your child to be included in the Photogenic category, an additional $5 fee should be added. Monday, February 25th will be the deadline to turn in registration forms and money. If you have any questions, please call (205)486-3405.

  • Winston County Inmate Steals Patrol Car

    An incident Monday, February 3, involving a stolen Sheriff’s SUV, taken by a trustee/inmate of the Winston County Jail and the ensuing crash of the vehicle and recapture of the inmate. The following is a public statement by Sheriff Horace Moore:

    I do not believe in cover-ups or sweeping issues under the rug. I told the citizens of Winston County I would keep them informed after my appointment”, Sheriff Moore said. I had an incident yesterday evening at the sheriff’s office that I will explain. Around 4:00 pm all my deputies, investigators, chief deputy and myself began our monthly Safety Training Meeting. After our meeting was finished, around 5:00 pm, we discovered a trustee had driven off in one of the sheriff’s office patrol vehicles. At that time, we locked down the jail and compound and discovered the trustee, Wesley Aldridge, who was working as the shop mechanic, was the only one missing. Dispatch informed me that Decatur Police had Aldridge stopped on highway 31, just east of Decatur. Myself, Chief Deputy Rodgers, Deputy Jonathan Oliver, Deputy Josh Silas, and Investigator Caleb Snoddy headed to Decatur to help and assist Decatur Police and begin conducting our investigation of the incident. After arriving on the scene, we found Aldridge had wrecked the patrol vehicle and sideswiped another vehicle. Decatur Police had Aldridge under arrest and in custody. No one was seriously injured. The person in the vehicle Aldridge sideswiped was taken to a local hospital for observation. “Thank God no one was seriously injured”, Moore said. No deputy or sheriff employee was involved. Aldridge faces multiple charges from Decatur Police and many charges from the Winston County Sheriff’s Office. “He will spend years in prison”, Moore said. “I will not rest until that happens. I will do everything I can to speed the process.” Decatur Police has Aldridge in custody now.
    We arrived back at the jail and conducted our investigation on the grounds of the jail. As a result, four inmates from work release and two trustees were placed back into jail. These inmates will no longer be on work release or receive trustee status. The location of our jail makes it hard to secure the compound as it should be but security is a huge concern with me. I want to sit down with the county commission and work with them on more fencing. I will change existing policies and procedures on safety and security. No work release or trustee visitation will be allowed for the next two weeks. More changes will be made as well. “The vehicle that Aldridge wrecked was one of the older models, but still in use”. Moore said.
    “This case is still under investigation by the Decatur Police and the Winston County Sheriff’s Office,” Moore said.