Haleyville City Schools announce initial plan to feed students over first two days of extended break

HALEYVILLE - In one of several all-call messages to parents of Haleyville City Schools students Sunday, March 15, HCS Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland announced the initial plan to feed students for the first two days of what will be an extended school closure due to Coronavirus 2019.

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.

Lynn Church of God members remaining steadfast after the loss of youth minister’s wife and unborn daughter in wreck

Gathered at Lynn Church of God are church members Jerry Thorn, Pat Thorn, Candice Tittle and Jeff Stokes.
LYNN - The power of faith is being shown in the life of Jacob Eaton, the broken survivor of a head-on vehicle collision that claimed the life of both his wife and unborn child just a few weeks before the child’s birth.

Merritt takes inspiration from her childhood in Double Springs for mystery series

Author and Double Springs native Sarah Crumpton Merritt, also known by her pen name, S.C. Merritt.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - When one thinks of Double Springs, the first thought typically isn’t of murder and mayhem. Those are not the first thoughts of Double Springs native Sarah Crumpton Merritt has, either, but they have been added into the mix for her delightful new mystery series, which definitely draws inspiration from Merritt’s hometown.