Byler Road

Byler Road Tourism Project public meeting in Natural Bridge Feb. 29

NATURAL BRIDGE - The public is invited to a Byler Road Tourism Project meeting Thursday, Feb. 29, at 6:30 p.m. at Natural Bridge Town Hall and Community Center, located on Highway 13 just north of the four-way stop in Natural Bridge.
Historian and Byler Road Tourism Project Committee Member Joel Mize will be explaining the project and discussing the history of the area.  
For more information, call Mize at (256) 856-0354.

Byler Road tourism project begins


Discussing the new Byler Road tourism project, which will directly benefit Haleyville and Winston County are, from left, State Representative Tracy Estes, Byler Road Historian and Haleyville native Joel Mize and Haleyville Mayor Ken Sunseri.
WINSTON COUNTY - One of Winston County’s - and Alabama’s - most historic roadways is traveling back into the limelight.

Governor Ivey presented copy of new book about the Byler Road


From l-r: Winston County Circuit Clerk J.D. Snoddy, Theresa Snoddy, Governor Kay Ivey and Joel Mize.

MONTGOMERY - The author of the new book "The Byler Road and Its People", Haleyville native Joel Mize, was in Montgomery Tuesday along with his collaborator on the book, Theresa Snoddy, of Double Springs, and Theresa's husband, Winston County Circuit Clerk, J.D. Snoddy.  While in the state capital, the three visited with Governor Kay Ivey, presenting her a copy of the book, which details the history of the Byler Road and the counties through which it travels.

Byler Road Tour will be recognized Alabama 200 event


Joel Mize speaks about the history of John Byler, the Byler Road and what can be expected on the upcoming tour during the Feb. 20, meeting of the Winston County Genealogical Society.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Joel Mize, guest speaker at the Feb. 20, Winston County Genealogical Society meeting in Double Springs, is preparing a guided convoy tour for historic Byler Road on Saturday, Mar. 17, nearly 200 years after its inception.