Grant

Sheriff’s office gets new equipment


Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore, left, and Chief Deputy Caleb Snoddy show the new tasers and radars that have arrived thanks to a grant. (Courtesy photo)
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A $24,000 grant from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs has enabled the Winston County Sheriff’s Office to make some major updates on key equipment.

$200,000 grant to repair County Road 54


Shown at the site where a portion of County Road 54 collapsed due to failed culverts, from left, Winston County Emergency Management Director A.J. Brown, Commissioner David Cummings, Road Engineer James Glasgow and Assistant Engineer Matt Rouse.
HALEYVILLE - The wheels of progress are turning once again, and the public should see a bridge spanning the gap where a section of County Road 54 collapsed due to aging culverts, thanks to $200,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds.

New mobile units could be lifesavers


From left, Ashley Tucker, assistant chief of the Central Fire Department; David Crews, alternate director for the Alabama Association of Volunteer Fire Departments for district 2; Winston EMA Director A.J. Brown; Gerita Rye, marketing, public relations, physician recruitment and Lakeland Foundaton director for Lakeland Community Hospital; County Commissioners David Cummings and Bobby Everett.

WINSTON COUNTY      -  Winston County officials hope and pray a mass casualty incident never occurs locally, but are amply prepared in case one does.

Arley Women's Club receives grant


Front row, from left, Barb Wills, Arley Women’s Club president and Robert Tidwell, Cullman Electric Board Chairman and District 3 representative. Middle row, from left, Sheila Sizemore, District 2 representative; Lisa Weeks, District 5 representative and Lynda Carter, at-large representative. Back row, from left, Chad Alexander, District 8 representative; J. David Hembree, District 7 representative; Daryl Calvert, District 6 representative and Phillip Garrison, District 1 representative.
ARLEY - The Arley Women's Club recently received a $2,500 grant from Cullman Electric Cooperate and Co-Bank.