Hackleburg Town Council

Hutcheson wants to base new TV station in town


Big 95.5 Owner Hutty Hutcheson shares plans for a new TV station with Hackleburg Town Council members.

HACKLEBURG - Big 95.5 Radio Station Owner Hutty Hutcheson says he has purchased a TV station.
The Hackleburg Town Council heard from Hutcheson during its regular meeting on Monday, June 22.
Hutcheson, who operates the radio station out of the rec building in downtown, says he is looking for space to build a broadcast tower.
“I’m trying to get it to where it is here and here on out,” Hutcheson said. “I just think it’d be good for the town.”

 

The show will go on

HACKLEBURG - Officials have decided to move ahead with Hackleburg’s annual firework celebration.
The display will take place on Saturday, July 4, beginning around 9 p.m. in downtown Hackleburg. Officials are recommending viewers to practice social distancing while they enjoy the display.
The Hackleburg Town Council discussed plans for the event during a meeting on Monday, June 8.
“We have to follow the CDC (Center for Disease Control) guidelines and we will be encouraging residents to wear masks and maintain six-foot distances,” Hackleburg Mayor Darryl Colburn said.

Hutty: ‘I’m trying to do right’

Hackleburg radio station owner Hutty Hutcheson (left) is shown speaking to the Hackleburg Town Council during a regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 28, at Hackleburg Town Hall. Also shown is town clerk Carla Rector.

HACKLEBURG - Hutty Hutcheson,  owner of Big 95.5 WFMH Hackleburg Radio, which is housed in the old town hall building, passionately addressed the Hackleburg Town Council concerning the payment of his rent and power bill during a regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 28, in the council chambers.
“I’ve been up there (at the station) for nine months, you (Kevin Barnwell) haven’t been up there, she (Tabby Lolley) hasn’t either, how are you going to tell me what’s going on if you can’t come up there and see what’s going on?” said Hutcheson.

Hackleburg makes $500 donation for youth baseball

HACKLEBURG -  The Hackleburg Town Council unanimously voted to donate $500 to the Hackleburg youth baseball team when the council met during a regular session on Monday,  March 25, at the Hackleburg Town Hall.
Hackleburg youth baseball treasurer David Ray appeared before the council to request financial assistance for the team’s equipment. He mentioned that while the team had been making some money through concessions, it was not enough to meet their needs.

Missing street signs to be replaced


(From left) Town Clerk Carla Rector, Kevin Barnwell, Eugene Marbutt, mayor Darryl Colburn and Don Barnwell of the Hackleburg Town Council unanimously agreed to replace over 100 missing street and stop signs during the Hackleburg City Council meeting on Monday, Feb. 25, at Hackleburg Town Hall.

HACKLEBURG - The Hackleburg Town Council unanimously agreed to begin replacing over 100 missing street and stop signs.
The town had recently replaced 30 stop signs that had been stolen or damaged, but now finds the need to replace other street and stop signs that have been knocked down or gone missing.
Hackleburg Mayor Darryl Colburn and Town Clerk Carla Rector suggested that not replacing the signs could come at a great cost to individuals in the community.