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Monday, May 2, 2016

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Haleyville City Hall Open House Today

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Governor Robert Bentley, along with several other dignitaries, will be on hand this afternoon for the official ribbon cutting and open house of the new Haleyville City Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. The Haleyville City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m.

Crash Injures One

Harold Bearden

The Haleyville Police and Fire Departments responded to a single vehicle crash Monday morning at 5:55 a.m. on 7th Avenue just south of Mineral Springs. The driver, the sole occupant, of a late model Mustang was entrapped in his car after leaving the street and crashing into a tree. 

The driver, Michael Ellis Clark, 23, Bear Creek, was seriously injured and his car totaled as a result of the crash. Clark was transported by ambulance to Lakeland ER. The accident is being investigated by the Haleyville Police Department.

TREES-R-US

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It's that time of the year to clean up your yard, trim those trees of dead limbs. Perhaps you have a tree way to close to your house for comfort and ready to fall on your house the next time we have a storm. You know better than to try doing the work yourself. Call TREES-R-US. With the right equipment and trained personnel to clean up your yard or larger property, TREES-R-US is just a phone call away from a free estimate. Call Nathan Hulsey today, on his cell, 269-0198. Mention you saw it on hbtv.us. Nathan will treat your right and the price is right. 

Smithsonian Exhibit in Haleyville

Dr. Holly sutherland

The Smithsonian has arrived in Haleyville! Many have asked, so here are a few details. The exhibit will open Sunday at 3:00 with a pep rally/ribbon cutting downtown Haleyville across from the Dixie Theater. Everyone is invited! We will have food from local restaurants and dignitaries will speak. It will be open until 5:00 Sunday. In the 6 weeks to follow, it will be open Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm. It is free and open to the public. It will be open extended hours alumni weekend. With the theme of Hometown Teams, HHS was allowed to add pieces of our history to the Smithsonian exhibit. You will see memorabilia from a variety of HHS teams, Cheer Leaders, and the HHS band. If your church would like to tour the exhibit as a group, you can request it be open on a Wednesday night from 7-8:00 for a group viewing. We can also accommodate other groups of you let us know in advance. Just stop by anytime and visit! It is going to be awesome! #‎LionPride

ALEA Marine Patrol Arrest - Double Springs

Senior Trooper Johnathan Appling

Alabama State Troopers assigned to the Marine Patrol Division, in conjunction with the Winston County Sheriff’s Office, on Monday, April 25, arrested and charged Sidney Ray Stockman Jr., 46, of Double Springs.  He has been charged with two counts of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, one count of Trafficking Methamphetamine and one count of Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. 

This arrest is the result of a traffic stop Troopers made on Alabama 195 in Double Springs.  Located inside Stockman’s vehicle was 50 grams of Crystal Methamphetamine, as well as Methadone tablets and various drug paraphernalia.  Troopers also located more than $1,600 in cash. 

Stockman was booked into the Winston County Jail and is being held with no bond.  Winston County Sheriff’s Office and Double Springs Police Department assisted. 

Nothing further is available as the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information about this case or any other illegal activity is encouraged to call the SBI Hotline at (800) 392-8011.

Haleyville BOE

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Vickie Crumpton Mandy McNutt Beth Townsend

The Haleyville City School Board of Education met Tuesday night and approved the following items. A joint purchasing agreement to purchase Child Nutrition Program related items. The state-adopted textbook list in the subject area of science was approved along with the 2015-2016 coaching assignments list. The board approved the financial statements and board expenditures for March in the amount of $1,583,813. 

The board approved the use of school facilities for four events in April and May. One field trip and eight fund-raisers were approved. Under personnel, the board approved the retirement of Kathy Sutherland as paraprofessional at the Haleyville Elementary School and the resignation of Debra Millwood as an employee of the Haleyville Schools. 

Several students and teachers were recognized by their respective school principals and presented awards.   

Three teachers were recognized by members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). Vickie Crumpton was presented the Teacher of the Year Award for grades K through 5. Mandy McNutt for grades 6 through 8 and Beth Pugh Townsend for grades 9 through 12. Mrs. Townsend was also the state VFW State Teacher of the Year. 

The next meeting of the Haleyville City School Board of Education will be Tuesday, May 24. 

In Memory of Those Who Died April 27, 2011

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In memory of those who died as a result of the tornados on April 27, 2011 from the National Weather Service in Huntsville. Click HERE  

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Mr. and Miss Havala

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the weather was perfect and the Haleyville High Junior-Senior Prom was a huge success Saturday night at the Armed Forces Reserve Training Center. Congratulations to Hayden Ward and Amelia Townsend for being selected as Mr. and Miss Havala. The next big event for the HHS seniors just a month away will be graduation on Friday, May 27.

Couple With Local Ties Killed in Hartselle

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Authorities in Morgan County are investigating a double-murder that happened around 8 p.m. Thursday at a home on Church Road in Hartselle.

The victims in this deadly shooting are William Jeremy Hulsey, 43, and Sandra Hulsey, 37 who were husband and wife. Both graduated from Haleyville High School. Jeremy has been pastor of the South Haleyville Church of Christ. Of late, he was the pastor of Aldridge Grove Church of Christ in Moulton.

Authorities have Andrew Hulsey, the couple's son, in custody. He is charged with capital murder.

On Thursday night, authorities found the weapon they believe the suspect used in the shooting. But as to what led him to allegedly kill this couple is still a mystery. The Morgan County Sheriff's Department and the Priceville Police Department are continuing to investigate.

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