DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Winston County Cattleman's Association will hold its winter dinner Saturday, Feb. 1, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Double Springs Municipal Building, located on Highway 195 south. For more information, please contact Alan Owens at (205) 522-2458. All members are cordially invited to attend.
HALEYVILLE - Woodmen Life Insurance recently presented two American flags to Haleyville City Schools, one to be flown on the pole at the high school campus, the other to be flown on a pole at the Haleyville Center of Technology. Woodmen Life presents flags to non-profit groups or organizations. Shown making the presentation to High School Principal Davey Reed is Woodmen Life Sales Representative Todd Dillard. Also shown, at right, are John McCullar, assistant principal over the COT and High School Assistant Principal Candy Garner.
TROY - April Westmoreland, of Addison, and Autumn Cunningham, of Arley, both completed the requirements for graduation during the fall semester and Term 2 of Troy University's 2019/2020 academic year. The fall semester includes graduates from the Troy campus. Term 2 graduates include students at Troy's campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, along with teaching sites outside of Alabama and online.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Joel Mize, author of the new book “The Byler Road and Its People”, along with his book editor Theresa Snoddy, will be at First National Bank in Double Springs Thursday, Jan. 9, at noon, with copies of the book available for purchase. Mize and Snoddy will also be discussing the new book, which chronicles the history of one of Alabama’s most famed roads. The public is cordially invited to attend.