Haleyville High School

Trallo 2023 Junior Division Leo's Loveliest winner

The 2023 Junior Division Leo's Loveliest Top 5. From left, Emme Romine, third alternate; Maddie Edwards, first alternate; Payden Elizabeth Trallo, Leo's Loveliest; Madalyn Beth Claytor, second alternate and Izzy Coleman, fourth alternate and Miss Congeniality.
HALEYVILLE - Payden Elizabeth Trallo was crowned Leo's Loveliest for the junior division of the beauty walk Friday, Feb. 24, at the Haleyville Elementary School cafetorium.

Addison Lady Bulldogs and Meek Tigers to play Saturday in Northwest Regionals; Haleyville's game moved to Monday

HANCEVILLE - After having their games postponed Thursday, Feb. 16, due to the threat of severe weather, the Addison Lady Bulldogs and the Meek Tigers will take to the court Saturday, Feb. 18, to compete at the Northwest Regionals on the campus of Wallace State Community College in Hanceville.

Legislators want to hear from residents Jan. 19

Winston County’s team of state legislators is coming to Haleyville Jan. 19, to meet with the public and answer questions. From left, Representative Tracy Estes, Senator Garlan Gudger and Representative Tim Wadsworth.
HALEYVILLE - Issues ranging from education, healthcare, infrastructure and broadband that will come up during this year’s Alabama legislative session will be addressed locally next week during a public meeting hosted by Winston County’s team of state legislators.

Delays in HHS gym project explained

Dr. Bill Bishop, director of administrative services for Haleyville City Schools, shows the sign that has been posted at the project site where the high school gym facade is being replaced
HALEYVILLE - School officials are explaining details behind the delay in completing the Haleyville High School Gym project.

Boyles crowned Leo's Loveliest

Leo's Loveliest senior division Top 5, from left, Averie Elkins, third alternate; Shamekia Desiderio, first alternate; Leo's Loveliest Ann Marie Boyles; Kirsten Stevens, second alternate and Hadley Smith, fourth alternate.

HALEYVILLE - Haleyville High School Senior Ann Marie Boyles was crowned the senior division Leo's Loveliest during the 45th annual contest Saturday, Feb. 26.  Rounding out the top 5 were Shamekia Desiderio, first alternate; Kirsten Stevens, second alternate; Averie Elkins, third alternate and Hadley Smith, fourth alternate.

A full round-up of both the junior and senior divisions of Leo's will be in the Wednesday, March 2, edition of the Alabamian.

Haleyville Lions headed to the Final Four

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville High School Lions boys basketball team is the Northwest Regional Champions for Class 4A and will now head to the Final Four in Birmingham after knocking off Brooks High School 55-54 in a nail-biter of a game.  This marks the first time in program history that the boys basketball team has made the final four.  Congratulations to the Haleyville Lions!