PHS advances to regional robotics championship


Members of the PHS engineering class pose with their robot GOOSE and a second robot, Squeaky. From l-r: Ethan Bailey, Cayden Gallardo, Hunter Lawrence, Brayden Ricketts, Noah Ward, Hunter Brewer, Morgan Lauderdale, Faculty Advisor David Copeland, Liliana Gallardo, River Poe and Zachary Farr.
BEAR CREEK - Phillips High School‘s Engineering team has qualified to compete at the South’s BEST Regional Robotics Championship at Auburn University, Dec. 3-4...

Haleyville Elementary invites community to join them to make Christmas brighter for nursing home residents


Haleyville Elementary School Student Council members are collecting donations to fill stockings for residents of Haleyville Health and Rehab. Shown from left, front row, student council officers Kam Bonner, public relations; Rylie Kate Johnson, president; Lydia Barnett, treasurer and Kamden Fuller, vice president. Shown back row are Elementary Principal Tammy Hatton, left, and Sharon Davis, one of the Student Council sponsors.
HALEYVILLE - The student council at Haleyville Elementary School is about to make the lives of 45 residents at Haleyville Health & Rehab a little brighter, but they need the public’s help.

Winston Sheriff's Office discovers pounds of drugs after accidental shooting


Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore and his deputies display the large amount of drugs, paraphernalia and guns found in Lynn after an accidental shooting. From left, Chief Deputy Caleb Snoddy, Sergeant Josh Bennett, Moore and Sheriff's Office Investigator Jacob Eward.
LYNN - A Haleyville man is actively being sought by multiple law enforcement agencies on numerous drug-related charges after authorities responded to a shooting call to find pounds of meth and marijuana along with Fentanyl stashed in his vehicle.

Officials gather for Exxel Outdoors’ grand reopening


Shown at the ribbon cutting, from left, Kimeral Wilson, human resources manager; Paul Housel representing U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt; Gwen Shelton, representing U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville; Harry Kazazian, Exxel Outhdoors’ Chairman and CEO; Former U.S. Senator and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions; State Representative Tracy Estes and Haleyville Mayor Ken Sunseri.
HALEYVILLE - Exxel Outdoors’ great American story of manufacturing quality products at home in America took the spotlight October 13, at their Alabama location in Haleyville, with a visit from federal, state and local officials celebrating a grand reopening and future expansion.