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Military voting begins for Nov. 9, special election


Winston County Probate Judge Sheila Moore holds up a sample ballot for the Nov. 9, election.
WINSTON COUNTY - The process of absentee voting for military personnel started today in preparation for the Nov. 9, special election, which will ask voters to decide whether to renew five mills of property tax benefiting both Winston County and Haleyville City school systems.

Commission votes to split internet tax proceeds between school systems


Shown announcing the funding at a recent Haleyville Board of Education work session, from left, Winston County Commission Chairman Roger Hayes, Commissioner David Cummings, Winston County Board of Education President Joey Boteler, Winston County Schools Superintendent Greg Pendley, Haleyville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland and Haleyville Board of Education President Donna Jones.
WINSTON COUNTY - Sales tax may have taken a dip due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but the resulting increase in taxes related to internet purchases is benefiting school systems for the first time, and in a big way.

Attorney General's opinion on ad valorem tax released


Hobby Manasco, attorney for the Winston County Commission, explains the need for commissioners to approve a resolution based on the recently received Attorney General’s opinion.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The long standing question as to if the Winston County Commission could use the entirety of ad valorem taxes authorized under Section 215.02 of the Recompiled Constitution of Alabama to fund a public hospital operating other medical clinics, has finally been resolved by an Attorney General’s opinion received July 24.

Property taxes may go up


Winston County Revenue Commissioner Sandra Wright shows a sample of the green card that will soon be mailed out.
WINSTON COUNTY - Taxpayers in Winston County need to be aware of a little green card they will soon receive in the mail.