Double Springs Middle School

Kelley and Till crowned Queen and Princess of Hearts

Bailey Kelley was crowned Queen of Hearts, and Macy Till was crowned Princess of Hearts at Winston County High School on Saturday, March 5.

The top five in Queen of Hearts included Arleigh Breedwell, first alternate, Lexie Flake, second alternate, Jaelyn Dotson, third alternate, and Kaylie Gardner, fourth alternate.

The top five in Princess of Hearts included Maggie Courington, first alternate, Gabrielle Hobbs, second alternate, Kaitlyn Thorn, third alternate, and Nevaeh Taylor, fourth alternate.

Attend the wedding of the year this weekend

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Free State Theater Troupe's production of "Virgil's Wedding," directed by Beth Wilson Gilbreath, opened last night at Double Springs Middle School. A musical comedy full of surprises, "Virgil's Wedding" features nineteen talented young actors from across Winston County. With very natural, nigh on flawless performances, they keep the audience laughing throughout--except when they sing. Then a hush falls. There are two more chances to attend: 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, and 2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 27, in the DSMS gym.

Over $1 million in ATRIP-II funding awarded for Highway 33 project

From left, Double Springs Mayor Elmo Robinson, Winston County High School Principal Jeff Cole, Middle School Principal Brian Wakefield, State Representatives Tim Wadsworth and Tracy Estes and State Senator Garlan Gudger at the intersection of County Road 24 and Highway 33 that will be remedied thanks to recently approved funding.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A dangerous traffic issue, where individual, industrial and school bus traffic all converge in the same location certain times of the day, will now be alleviated, thanks to a $1,009,904.50 grant.