The Winston County Roads have been removed from impassable condition and are now under advisory condition. County Road 60 is closed due to downed trees, stated Winston County Commissioner David Cummings. . Please use extreme caution while driving as there may be isolated slick spots on roads and bridges. Also, be aware that trees may continue to fall with the added weight of ice.
WINSTON COUNTY - All Winston County Schools will be virtual on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the winter weather threat, announced Superintendent Greg Pendley. This means no students will be on campus and personnel will work from their homes on Tuesday but should report to their respective campuses on Wednesday weather permitting.
Due to road conditions resulting from snow and ice this week, all Haleyville City Schools will continue to be virtual on Friday, Feb 19, according to Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland. Governor Kay Ivey has declared a State of Emergency, so school systems are allowed to take virtual days during inclement weather. The high school varsity boys sub-regional basketball game has been moved to Friday, 6 p.m. at home, with the varsity girls playing Friday night at Good Hope. “Please be careful on the ice. Student safety is our top priority,” Dr Sutherland said.
WINSTON COUNTY - Travel on roadways is being strongly discouraged by Winston County EMA Director Jimmy Madison due to the potential for deteriorating winter weather conditions expected throughout the day.
Winston County Commissioner David Cummings also confirmed that all county roads were deemed impassable as of Monday afternoon due to numerous trees down .