Lynn

Russell wins statewide honor in Farm-City poster contest


Anslee Russell, of Lynn Elementary School, scored fifth place in the 2022 Alabama Farm-City Committee Poster Contest for Kindergarten through Third Grades. She is pictured with AFC’s Tiffany Lester and Alabama Farm-City Committee Chair Jeff Helms of the Alabama Farmers Federation. (Courtesy photo)
LYNN - Lynn Elementary School’s Anslee Russell has impressed the state with her talent and support of Alabama farmers, and now her work will be shared throughout the state.

Firefighters association supports efforts to bring additional ambulance service into east Winston County

LYNN - The Winston County Firefighters Association voted in favor of Arley, Helicon and Addison fire departments continuing their efforts to bring an additional ambulance service into their communities at its monthly meeting at the Lynn Volunteer Fire Department...

Recent business of the Lynn Town Council

LYNN - Those getting copies of reports or photos from Lynn Police Department will now pay a fee, after the Lynn Town Council passed a resolution to that effect at the request of Police Chief Bryan Kirkpatrick in October.

In other news, some Lynn residents will be able to sign up for Charter internet, phone, TV and mobile services at some point...

Winston Sheriff's Office discovers pounds of drugs after accidental shooting


Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore and his deputies display the large amount of drugs, paraphernalia and guns found in Lynn after an accidental shooting. From left, Chief Deputy Caleb Snoddy, Sergeant Josh Bennett, Moore and Sheriff's Office Investigator Jacob Eward.
LYNN - A Haleyville man is actively being sought by multiple law enforcement agencies on numerous drug-related charges after authorities responded to a shooting call to find pounds of meth and marijuana along with Fentanyl stashed in his vehicle.

Lynn Cemetery needs volunteers and donations


Righting leaning or sinking tombstones, like some of the ones pictured here, is some of the work needed in Lynn Cemetery.
WINSTON COUNTY - More people who own plots or have loved ones buried in Lynn Cemetery, located off Long Street, need to help with the cemetery’s upkeep, according to Terry Fry and Neal Rose, members of the cemetery fund committee.