Governor Kay Ivey

Governor announces high-speed internet project to benefit Winston County

Attending the December 4, announcement of a new partnership to extend broadband internet into more rural, underserved areas are from left, Tim Culpepper, CEO of Cullman Electric Co-op; Nicole Jones Wadsworth, economic developer; State Representative Tim Wadsworth; Kenneth Boswell, director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs; Governor Kay Ivey; Winston County Commission Chairman Roger Hayes; State Representative Randall Shedd and State Senator Garlan Gudger.
CULLMAN - In an effort to connect all Alabamians to high-speed internet, Governor Kay Ivey joined forces with Cullman Electric Co-op and state legislators to announce a $7 million project for parts of Winston, Cullman, Lawrence and Morgan counties on Monday, Dec. 2.

Governor Ivey defends state pushbacks on unfair federal mandates

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is greeted by U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt upon her visit as keynote speaker at the Ronald Reagan Republican dinner Saturday night. Also shown are Sheriff Horace Moore, Winston County Commission Chairman Roger Hayes, Attorney Scott Shipman and Haleyville Mayor Ken Sunseri.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Unlike her recent television ad about U.S. President Joe Biden, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey had plenty of good things to say when she visited Winston County Saturday night, March 5, to deliver the keynote address at the annual Ronald Reagan Republican Dinner.