Tim Wadsworth

Duncan Bridge rehab project begins


State Representative Tim Wadsworth inspects the makeshift traffic signal that has been installed at Duncan Bridge.
WINSTON COUNTY - A project in the planning stages for years is finally coming to fruition, with work now visible along the iconic Duncan Bridge at the border of Winston and Walker counties.

Turning lanes planned for County Road 63


Gathering together in working toward the project are, from left, Assistant Road Engineer Matt Rouse, Road Engineer James Glasgow, Winston County Commissioner Bobby Everett,  Commission Chairman Roger Hayes, Company Owner Frank Schmidbauer, State Representative Tim Wadsworth, Plant Manager Mal Heaton and State Senator Garlan Gudger.
GRAYSON - State legislators met with Winston County officials at Grayson Lumber Corporation Monday, March 7, to see first-hand a company access road that has become deteriorated due to heavy truck traffic and erosion, pledging financial assistance to remedy the problem.

Wet/dry petition facing difficulties


Dusty Pritchett addresses Winston County's delegation of state legislators.
HALEYVILLE - The process of obtaining the required number of signatures on a petition calling for a referendum to allow Winston County voters to decide whether alcoholic beverages should be sold throughout the county is facing its share of obstacles.

Public meeting regarding upcoming redistricting Sept. 15 in Hanceville

WINSTON COUNTY - The Alabama Legislature is constitutionally required to draw new congressional and state legislative distrct boundaries the year after a census is taken, and public hearings are being held across the state so residents can make their voices heard on how these lines should be drawn.

Annual legislative meet-and-greet will be different


Winston County’s state legislative team, from l-r: State Representatives Tracy Estes and Proncey Robertson, State Senators Greg Reed and Garland Gudger and State Representative Tim Wadsworth will be taking questions from the public during the annual legislative meet-and-greet Jan. 21, in Haleyville.
HALEYVILLE - The upcoming meet-and-greet event with Winston County’s team of state legislators will be unlike any in the past.

Fire departments receive state funds


Back row from left: James Rickett, Arley; Code Wakefield, Lynn; Brandon Lewis, Double Springs; Jeff Marksberry, Central; Mike Crooks, Addison and Casey Hammack, Alabama Forestry Commission. Front row, Terry Tidwell, Black Pond; Roger Watts, Ashridge; Wade Hess, Haleyville and Ray Cantrell, Delmar. Kneeling are Estes and Wadsworth. Not shown are representatives from Helicon and Pebble fire departments.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Winston County Fire Fighters Association met at the Double Springs Municipal Building Tuesday, July 28, for their monthly meeting. Before the business meeting, State Representatives Tracy Estes and Tim Wadsworth distributed checks to each fire department.