Arley Municipal Court Clerk Dana Kulbeth became the town’s second certified magistrate on March 15 when she was sworn in by Arley Municipal Court Judge Wade Leathers. Kulbeth recently completed her magistrate certification after being hired to help with the court. Arley Prosecutor Jack Bostick attended the swearing in ceremony. Town Clerk Tammi Farley is also a certified magistrate.
WINSTON COUNTY - The Forestry Awareness Week Now (FAWN) program is coming back for Winston County sixth graders this spring. Planning the FAWN program was a major focus of the monthly meeting of the Winston County Natural Resources Council on Thursday, Feb. 17.
Two sets of tentative dates have been determined for FAWN, April 18-19 and April 27-28, and schools will get to weigh in on the final decision. The second set of dates might then be used as a rain date.
In a departure from past years, FAWN’s tentative location is a property owned by a private citizen in Arley.
The eleventh annual M.Y. Hero 5K/1 Mile and Fun Run/Walk will start at the old Gateway parking lot in Double Springs, rain or shine, on Saturday, April 9. The event is a fundraiser for the Martin Young Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to two Winston County High School seniors each year.
Registration for the 5K is $25, which includes a T-shirt. Registration for the Fun Run/Walk is $10 or $20 with a T-shirt. T-shirts and goody bags are guaranteed for the first 50 runners to register.