WINSTON COUNTY - The Alabama Department of Public Health has created a dashboard that provides real-time updates on the COVID-19 case count in the state, with countywide breakdowns. To view it, click here.
BEAR CREEK - The Town of Bear Creek will be holding a clean-up Monday, May 24, through Wednesday, May 26.
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Public Library will present a summer reading program like no other, and registration begins Monday.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A child is tasked with packing a suitcase. They are being moved from the only home they have ever known, albeit to a better home, and it is something new for them. It could be temporary or permanent depending on the situation. As the child packs the suitcase, it hits home things are changing, never to be the same again. To make matters worse, some of these children only have garbage bags to pack their clothes in.
LYNN - When the World Wide Web and the “Information Super Highway” sped off in 1995, domain names were being purchased by the thousands. Within a few years, many municipalities had their own domain name and website to disseminate information to the public. Lynn was no exception.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - “Keep and bear arms.” These words ring true for many citizens of Winston County and the country as a whole. In response to alarm throughout the country, many fearing their guns will be taken away by the federal goverment, several counties have begun making resolutions to show solidarity with their citizens.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Published by Parables, a Christian publishing company, is pleased to announce the publication and global distribution of Lisa H. Eady’s latest book, The 7 Principles of Healing Trauma (a healing journey).
BRILLIANT - Each year, the north Alabama community of Brilliant pays tribute to its roots in the coal mining industry with a free festival filling the downtown area with two days of family fun.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools will look a bit different next school year, based on the number of familiar faces who were approved for retirement during the Haleyville City School Board’s meeting April 27.
WINSTON COUNTY - The decision by Winston County Schools Superintendent Greg Pendley this past week to accept bids on the county’s 16th section of property, which the Winston County Board of Education has had under its control since a ballot vote in 2016, has been met with mixed reactions by the public.