Reagan faces manslaughter charge in death of ex-boyfriend


Sherry Dianne Reagan faces charges of manslaughter, possession of marijuana second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.
ADDISON - Sherry Dianne Reagan, 58, of 220 County Road 3730, was arrested by the Winston County Sheriff's Office early Friday, March 2, facing charges of manslaughter, in the death of her ex-boyfriend Gary Kenneth Aderholt, 61, who sustained injuries allegedly caused by Reagan during a domestic altercation that occurred at her residence.

Banners for veterans


Pictured from left are Acting City Clerk Christy Harbin, Mayor Ken Sunseri and Auxiliary President Becky Linam with an example of one of the banners that may be purchased.
HALEYVILLE - American Legion Whitehead Post #33 and Auxiliary in Haleyville in conjunction with the City of Haleyville are proud to announce The Banner Program, honoring family and friends (past and present) who have served our great nation.

AES welcomes Wiggins for Read Across America finale


Addison native and Bassmaster Pro Elite Series Member Jesse Wiggins with Addison Elementary’s Dr. Seuss inspired students during Read Across America Week.
ADDISON - Students at Addison Elementary School received a big boost, not only to ignite their joy of reading but also to reach their goals to make dreams come true, during a special visit Friday, March 2, from Addison High School graduate Jesse Wiggins, who tours the circuit with the Bassmaster Pro Elite Series.

Parents meeting set for girls interested in tryouts for majorette or color guard at HHS

HALEYVILLE - Parents of any girls who are entering the ninth grade and above for the 2018-19 school year at the Haleyville High School are invited  to attend a meeting Wednesday, March 7, at 5 p.m., in the HHS bandroom if your daughters are interested in trying out for majorette or color guard.
Majorette sponsor Amy Farris said she hopes to see many in attendance. “We are excited about the 2018 marching season,” said Mrs. Farris.

One vehicle accident occurs


Haleyville Police Officer Nathan Whitman waits with the driver of the Toyota involved in the accident for ALEA to arrive.

HALEYVILLE - A one-vehicle  accident occurred Tuesday, March 6, around 10:30 a.m. on Highway 195 east of Haleyville across from Winston Memorial Cemetery. Haleyville Police Department officers responded, but  troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency are investigating. Watch for more details concerning the accident.

Rushing crowned HHS Sr. Leo's Loveliest


Mallory Rushing, Senior Leo's Loveliest

Sophomore Mallory Rushing was crowned Haleyville High School's 2018 senior Leo's Loveliest. The pageant, featuring 40 young ladies, was held in the Haleyville Elementary School cafetorium Saturday, March 3. Top Five included Megan Smith, 1st alternate; Kayleigh White, 2nd alternate; Lauren Watkins, 3rd alternate; Kaley Stevens, 4th alternate.

Palmer crowned Jr. Leo's Loveliest


Macie Grace Palmer, Jr. Leo's Loveliest

Macie Grace Palmer was crowned Jr. Leo's Loveliest Friday night, Feb. 2, at the Haleyville Elementary School cafetorium. There were 29 young ladies participating. Top Five included Kirsten Stevens, 1st alternate; Emma Elkins, 2nd alternate; Macy Seymour, 3rd alternate and Kaitlyn Burleson, 4th alternate.

$200,000 Clean Diesel grant to purchase 10 new buses


Pictured with the current buses, some of which will be updated thanks to the $200,000 grant, are, from left, Heath Tidwell, mechanic at the Winston County Transportation Office, Shop Foreman Jamie Blanton, Superintendent Greg Pendley, Transportation Supervisor Jeff Hendrix and Jerry Lassiter, financial administrator for the State Department of Education.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Winston County Board of Education was notified Feb. 21, they are receiving a $200,000 grant through the National Clean Diesel Rebate Program through the Environmental Protection Agency, that will be used to purchase 10 new school buses for their fleet.

Missing Arley man found in truck submerged in pond


Arley Fire Chief James Rickett inspects the Nissan pickup that was dragged out of the pond late Monday night, Feb. 26.
ARLEY - The body of Jerrell Cates Rogers, 73, former minister of music at Arley First Baptist Church, and a mentor to all who knew him, was found in his Nissan pickup submerged in a pond off County Road 3986 a quarter mile from his residence late Monday night, Feb. 26.