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Monday, May 30, 2016

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Memorial Day 2016

Major Harold H. Bearden, USAFR

Happy Memorial Day Weekend as we pause to remember those who lost their lives defending our freedom.

On a personal note, to all my comrades-in-arms who never returned from Vietnam, I will always remember your ultimate sacrifice.

HHS Salutatorian and Valedetorian

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Haleyville High School 2016 Salutatorian Samantha Erin Warren and Valedictorian Ashlyn Leigh Willis

Haleyville High Graduation

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The weather was great as Friday night as 114 Haleyville High School seniors participated in the commencement exercises and graduation on Bubba Scott Field before a large audience of family and friends. 

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Crash Injures Two

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A single vehicle crash Thursday night at 11 p.m. in Hackleburg left two injured, one seriously.  The driver Josef Bates and passenger Brittany Todd were traveling east on Chalk Mine Road and failed to stop at the intersection of Tessney Road, adjacent to the Fairview Congregational Church. The car traveled across Tessney and crashed into an embankment.  Both were transported to UAB where Josef was later released. Brittany remains in intensive care with face and head injuries. A witness who was first on the scene and called 9-1-1 stated it was apparent neither were wearing a seat belt. Josef had graduated from Phillips High School earlier in the evening.  The accident was investigated by the Hackleburg police.

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One Killed in Winston County Crash

Senior Trooper Johnathan Appling

A two-vehicle crash Thursday, May 26, has claimed the life of a Decatur woman.  Louann Jennings Speegle, 69, was killed when the 2012 Toyota Tacoma she was driving collided with a 2014 Isuzu truck driven by Tyler Jacob Pitzing, 26, of Cullman.  Speegle was transported to UAB Hospital in Birmingham, where she died at 4:47 p.m. Pitzing was also injured and transported to UAB Hospital.  The crash occurred at 12:50 p.m. on Winston County 41, three miles north of Arley.  Nothing further is available as Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate.

First Class to Graduate in New Hackleburg High

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Five years and one month after the devasting tornado on April 27, 2011, which destroyed the Hackleburg school, the first class graduated from the new facility Thursday night, May 26. Thirty-seven members of the Hackleburg High School Class of 2016 received diplomas in the auditorium/gym of the beautiful new building. The strikingly beautiful structure houses both the Hackleburg Elementary and High School and provided a stark contrast to the portable classrooms the students have utilized during the years of planning and construction of the new school. This was truly a historical event.

Congratulations to the Hackleburg High School Class of 2016 and to the faculty, staff and the Marion County School Board for providing the education and having the faith to rebuild the schools in such a beautiful way.   

Drug Raid on Beach Grove Road

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Jose Oreste Garcia Christopher Lee Chambless

After several months of investigation. on May 24, the Winston County Sheriffs Office executed a search warrant on Jose Garcia's residence located on Beech Grove Road in Haleyville. Found at the residence and located on the property was methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, a firearm, and money.

Arrested at the scene were Jose O. Garcia, age 66, who as charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

Christopher Lee Chambless, age 34 who was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawfully carrying a pistol.

Involved in the investigation were Winston County Sheriffs Office Investigators Josh Silas and Brad Curtis and Chief Deputy Bryan Kirkpatrick and Deputy Caleb Snoddy. Reserve Deputies Heather Hardy and Horace Moore. Chief Shane Whitten of the Bear Creek Police Department with his K-9 "Bama." 

Haleyville City Board of Education

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The Haleyville City Board of Education met Tuesday night with Beth McAlpine absent. The first order of business was the election of officers for the coming year. 

Kris Burleson was elected president and Barry Burleson was elected vice-president. 

Under new business, the Board approved the financial statements and board expenditures for April in the amount of $1,242,798.80, a budget amendment, salary schedule and the scheduled monthly board meeting calendar. 

The Board also approved a job description for and the creation of an Intervention Teacher position and the creation of an additional class size reduction unit at Haleyville Elementary School.

Summer school at Haleyville High and math tutoring services at Haleyville Middle School were approved. 

The Board approved the use of the HES Cafeteria by the Winston County Sports Hall of Fame on July 16, 2016. Two field trips and three fund-raisers were also approved. 

Because it was the last Board of Education meeting of the school year, there were 29 personnel actions taken. 

Kaleb Baker was hired as an indoor/outdoor summer student worker

The Board approved the non-renewal of Diane Benford as an employee and the 

resignation of Tiffany Boyles as a teacher at the HES.

Mark Burleson was hired as paraprofessional at HHS.

Janna Carruth was hired as a teacher at HES.

Board approved non-renewal of Kristy Clark as paraprofessional at HES.

Holly Comeens was hired as a teacher at HES.

Leah Epperson was hired as intervention teacher with Haleyville City Schools.

Board approved the non-renewal of Misty Fannin as paraprofessional at HES.

Amy Morgan voluntarily transferred from HMS to HES as physical education teacher.

Casey Fox was hired as physical education teacher at HMS.

Abbey Harbin was hired as physical education teacher at HMS.

The Board approved the non-renewal of Kavla Holcomb as a teacher at HES.

Renee Horton was hired as Special Education Paraprofessional.

Board accepted the resignation of Cheryl Letson as a teacher at HHS.

Jyl Loden was hired as speech-language pathology assistant.

Chandler McAlister was hired as Special Education Teacher at HES.

Board approved the voluntary transfer of Cecil Reynolds from HMS to HES.

The resignation of Jessica Sartin as a math teacher at HHS was approved.

Shelly Cooper was hired as a math teacher at HHS.

Dusty Farris Yealock was hired as Special Education Paraprofessional.

Tenure was approved for the following certified personnel at HES: Lisa Emerson, Lauren Hall, Melanie Hogan and Leah Lyle.

Tenure was approved for Mandy Townsend at HMS.

Tenure was approved for Caleb Beason, Dwayne Melton and Jamie White at the Haleyville Center of Technology.

Non-probationary status was approved for Jesse Lyon at the Central Office and Gary Tidwell and Linda Thomas HHS. 

William Farris was hired as summer student maintenance worker.

The Board approved the resignation of Wayne Frazier as Principal of Haleyville Elementary School. 

The Board will soon be advertising for a replacement for the position of principal at HES.

Graduation for the 2016 Class of Haleyville High School will be Friday night at 8 p.m. at Bubba Scott Field.

Job Announcement

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POSITION AVAILABLE: PART-TIME COMMUNICATION OPERATOR II FOR THE CITY OF HALEYVILLE

Job Qualifications: Must be 19 years of age. Must be able to work days, nights, weekends, and holidays as needed. Shifts are 12 hours in length. Must have a valid Alabama driver’s license and no criminal record. Pay rate will be $10.50 per hour for No Experience and $11.03 per hour for Experienced personnel.

 Applications Available: Haleyville Police Department

911 21st Street

Haleyville, AL 35565

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