Canfield keynote speaker at economic development meeting

From left, Greg Canfield, director of the Alabama Department of Commerce, Haleyville Mayor Ken Sunseri and Senator Greg Reed at the economic development meeting.
HALEYVILLE - Officials from throughout Winston County were joined by those from the state level in a crucial economic development meeting comparing the strengths of the county to incentives that can be provided from the Alabama Department of Commerce in helping more rural areas.

Musso shares skill tips with Haleyville Youth Football

Haleyville High School head football coach Chris Musso shares his time and knowledge with the Haleyville Youth Football camp in July. Musso is demonstrating the correct techniques on the line. The Haleyville Youth Football organization held a football camp in July. The teams will start the season on Aug. 17 with a jamboree in Cordova. Their schedules will be posted on website at: www.haleyvilleyouth football.com.

HCS reminds parents of traffic patterns at schools

Administrators talk about the parking and drop off situations at their schools, going into effect when school starts Thursday, Aug. 8. Elementary Principal Christy Bice is showing where to pull up in order to drop off. Also shown are High School Principal Davey Reed, center, and Middle School Principal Bo Wilcoxson.
HALEYVILLE - As a new school year starts for Haleyville City Schools on Thursday, Aug. 8, the community needs to be reminded of parking situations, drop-off locations and schedules, in order to keep the traffic flowing smoothly, especially during the first few days of school.

Coleman places second in New Balance Nationals

Matt Coleman at the New Balance Nationals in North Carolina, where he placed second in the junior high division.

HALEYVILLE - 14-year-old Matthew Coleman has had a very busy and successful spring and summer. The rising freshman at Haleyville High School placed second in the javelin  in the junior division in the New Balance Nationals held in May in North Carolina.
He placed first at sectionals in Winfield this spring, with the HHS track team in the javelin competition.
That qualified him for the state meet in Gulf Shores, where he placed 14th in the high school division. This allowed  him to compete in the New Balance Nationals.