Arley Women’s Club gives thanks with luncheon


The Walker Area Community Foundation was honored with a plague from the Arley Women's Club for being a community partner. Shown from left, are Robbin Reed Allen, chairman of the board for the WACF, Beth Stukes, board member, Barbara Wills, Arley Women's Club president and Paul Kennedy, president of the WACF.
ARLEY - Donors have been the life’s blood of the Arley Women’s Club, and those donors were thanked in a big way recently.

2021 Mr. and Miss WCHS announced


Ethan Lewis and Kanesha Flanagin, first alternates; Kaygen Grace, Ryker Morgan and Makayla Lindsey, Mr. and Miss WCHS; Kylia Hosford and Lane Bagby, second alternates. (Courtesy photo)

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The 2021 Mr. and Miss WCHS have been chosen from among senior athletes and band members by the student body of Winston County High School. Ryker Morgan was voted Mr. WCHS, and Kaygen Grace and Makayla Lindsey tied for Miss WCHS. First alternates are Kanesha Flanagin and Ethan Lewis. Second alternates are Kylia Hosford and Lane Bagby. When the winners were announced at the WCHS Veterans Day program on Friday, Nov. 12, Principal Jeff Cole said that being selected is a very big honor.

Haleyville Center of Technology celebrating DECA Week


Pictured are some of the members of the Haleyville Center of Technology's DECA Club. Front row, l-r: Ava Juan, Emma Parson, Alyson Crittenden, Club Sponsor Neina Middleton, Raegan Phillips, Macy Seymour, Audrey Sibley, Sophia Church, Kenslee Frederick, Olivia Farris, Jasmine Wilson, Ashley Clark, Kaitlyn Burleson, Karley Dozier, Bella Porter, Evelyn Kate Carroll and Karman Speakman. Middle row, l-r: Jacob Sims, Lily Tinch, Lily Rae Rushing, Anna Kate Bice, Bella Knight, Ampelia Luna, Anna Cornelius, Karlee Jones, Eliana Sanchez and Ann Marie Boyles. Back row, l-r: Neyser Mateo, Daiton Wolfgang, Cole Key, Samuel Head, Andrew Luna, JB Crumpton, Jackson Crook, Robert Mobley, Whitt Sutherland, Jon Walker Honey, Gavin West, Rome Yarbrough, Mac Wilcoxson, Brody Gravitt, Cade Burleson, Randy Calhoun, Gaspar Nicolas, Kyelan Wall, Gavin Yealock and Sam Long.
HALEYVILLE - Nov. 15-19 is DECA week, and the Haleyville Center of Technology's 82-member DECA Club is celebrating the organization's rich history, with planned activities each day this week.

Plan ahead to ensure your holiday turkey is ready to roast

WINSTON COUNTY - People across the nation are looking forward to a more normal holiday season this year. To keep this holiday safe and healthy, a food safety regional agent with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System says thaw your turkey correctly to ensure that foodborne illnesses do not show up at the Thanksgiving table.

Haleyville BOE seeks guidance on how to fill vacancy


The Haleyville Board of Education listens to advice from Mayor Ken Sunseri during a recent work session. Board members from left, Kris Burleson, Chad Tidwell, Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland, members Beth McAlpine, President Donna Jones and Chief School Financial Officer Candy Marbutt.
HALEYVILLE - Members of the Haleyville Board of Education had questions for Mayor Ken Sunseri, a special guest at their Nov. 8, work session, about the steps that should be followed to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Barry Burleson.

Arley Women's Club receives grant


Front row, from left, Barb Wills, Arley Women’s Club president and Robert Tidwell, Cullman Electric Board Chairman and District 3 representative. Middle row, from left, Sheila Sizemore, District 2 representative; Lisa Weeks, District 5 representative and Lynda Carter, at-large representative. Back row, from left, Chad Alexander, District 8 representative; J. David Hembree, District 7 representative; Daryl Calvert, District 6 representative and Phillip Garrison, District 1 representative.
ARLEY - The Arley Women's Club recently received a $2,500 grant from Cullman Electric Cooperate and Co-Bank.

HPD accepting donations


Haleyville Police Chief Rodney Lewis encourages the public to donate to Kruzn for a Kure.
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Police Department has chosen to support Kruzen for a Kure this No Shave November and is accepting donations from businesses and members of the public.

Haleyville high planning to go west for senior trip


Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed explains the itinerary of the proposed May 2022 senior trip out west to a group of seniors, from left, Antuan Blanco, Bella Knight, Melissa Boshell, Grant Wakefield, Brody Gravitt, Mac Wicoxson, Ashley Clark and Kaitlyn Burleson.
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville High School Senior Class of 2022 will literally be going in a new direction when it comes to the school’s annual educational tour, which is being revamped after a two-year hiatus to include a different area of the country, filled with new experiences.

Misner appointed to Bear Creek Council


Pictured after the swearing-in ceremony are, from left, Bear Creek Town Council members Eric Mills, Alex Price and Eric Loden, Mayor Rob Taylor, council member Chris Hyde and newly appointed council member Tom Misner.
BEAR CREEK - Tom Misner, a local farmer, plans to bring his professional work ethic into his new position as a Bear Creek Town Council member.