Haleyville

MHS Band state champions; HHS Band runner up in 4A


From left, MHS Band of Champions Director Kevin Dunham, band students Chase Herron, Tori Payne, Suzie Feist, Mallory Taylor and Holli Hyche with the large 1A state champion award plus individual awards the band received at the second annual statewide competition.
HOOVER - The Meek High School Band has truly lived up to its name - The Band of Champions - by earning top honors in 1A at the second annual Alabama State Marching Band Championship.

Man charged after shooting dog then dragging it by a nylon lumber strap


Donald Gene Nix is escorted into the Haleyville Police Department by Investigator Lt. Tim Steien on Thursday, October 31.
HALEYVILLE  - A Haleyville man has been charged with cruelty to animals after he not only shot his neighbor’s dog but tied a nylon lumber strap around its neck and hung it by the rope out the window of a vehicle as he drove down the road in his neighborhood.

Stoneware jug about 115 years old


This stoneware whiskey jug donated to the Haleyville Historical Society is over 100 years old.
HALEYVILLE - Walk in the saloon, hear the piano player, miss the spittoon, jingle your spurs and drink some whiskey. No, this was not a saloon somewhere in the Old West but a saloon right here in Haleyville.

Cordova Blue Devils upset Haleyville Lions playoff chance


A complete pass to Lion Kane Gravitt-Tucker in the end zone gives Haleyville their last touchdown. Elijah Thomas fails to stop it.

CORDOVA - Moved up a day  because of rain in the forecast, the football boys of Haleyville High School football team traveled to team up against the Cordova Blue Devils Thursday night, Oct. 24. However, it did not go as Haleyville planned, with a 35-26 loss and no advancement to the playoffs.

Cherry Hill Church of God holds revival

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HALEYVILLE - Cherry Hill Church of God, located on County Highway 34, will have a revival beginning Sunday, Nov. 10, and lasting through Friday, Nov. 15. Times on Sunday will be at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., with weekdays beginning at 7 p.m. Evangelist Stanley Owensby will be the guest speaker. Pastor Royce Brimer and the congregation invite everyone to attend.

Extension office partners with HCS on major outreach project


From left, Former Winston County Extension Agent Mike Henshaw, HCT Drafting Instructor Jamie White, Extension Coordinator Zack Brannon, Assistant High School Principals Candy Garner and John McCullar with $2,000 worth of lumber donated by Mill Creek for the project.
HALEYVILLE  - Residents in need, who receive assistance each week from Main Street Ministries, have inspired a partnership between the Winston County Extension Office and Haleyville City Schools to work on a project with an unlimited outreach.