ARLEY - The 2019 Arley Day vendor application, along with rules and guidelines, are both now posted in the resource guide.
Information about the upcoming Arley Day can also be found at the Arley Women's Club's Facebook page for the event. Click here to view.
NAUVOO - The Walker County Sheriff's Office is confirming through their Facebook page that there have been bomb threats made to several locations in the Nauvoo area Monday, March 11.
"None of these threats have been substantiated and we don't believe anyone is in immediate danger," the Facebook post reads.
The Alabamian is monitoring this story, and will post any further developments.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools have been cleared from a Code Red lockdown after being warned of a suspicious person who might have had a weapon in the area earlier today.
According to Haleyville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland, every school immediately enacted its safety plan and the Haleyville Police Department secured the campus.
"The suspect has been identified and is in police custody," Sutherland said, thanking everyone for the great job they performed protecting the children, faculty and staff.
HALEYVILLE - Evelyn Kate Carroll was crowned Leo's Loveliest for the junior division of the pageant held Friday night at the Haleyville Elementary School cafetorium. First alternate was Brookleigh Cockrell, second alternate was Karlie Lasker, third alternate was Lily Tinch and fourth alternate was Hadley Smith.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Winston County Circuit Judge Lee Carter dismissed with prejudice the State of Alabama's case against Jarod Chase Cantrell, a former teacher and coach at Double Springs Middle School, Wednesday, Feb. 27. A mistrial due to prosecutorial misconduct was granted on Feb. 22. Dismissed with prejudice means the case has been permanently dismissed and cannot be brought back before the court.
BIRMINGHAM - The Phillips High School She Bears have won the Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 1A State Championship, defeating Skyline 71-63. Stats from the game can be found here.
HALEYVILLE - Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill will be the very special guest for the Haleyville Rotary Club meeting Thursday, Feb. 28, at noon in the conference room at Lakeland Community Hospital.
Merrill recently began his second term as Alabama’s Secretary of State after winning reelection in 2018.
The Haleyville Rotary Club meeting is open to the public, and all interested persons are more than welcome to attend.
BEAR CREEK - The Phillips High School She Bears have won their semifinal match against Westminster Christian 66-48. They will now play for the 1A state championship on Thursday. Click here for complete stats from the game.