Monthly Archives: December 2012

Talent contest, slate of events fill Saturday

From staff reports

A full slate activities will fill this Saturday’s calendar in Winston County.

Dec. 8: • Talent Show: 9 a.m. at the courthouse. Mainly Music of Louisville will be hosting a talent show contest to be held in … Read more

LMSD Building needs becomes hot topic

From staff reports

The cost and division of the monies to each school for proposed buildings in the district have become a hot topic for the community.

The Louisville Municipal School Board will address those questions and concerns at a … Read more

Obituaries

Mr. Mavis Louise Henton Funeral services for Mr. Mavis Louise Henton, 72, were held 2:00 p.m., Saturday Dec. 1, 2012 at Still Valley M.B. Church. Elder James A. Young officiated. Burial followed in Memorial Garden Cemetery. A resident of Winston … Read more

Teacher Academy spotlights Catchot

By Helen Black

Mrs. Allison Catchot graduated from the University of North Alabama with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. Her first teaching job was at Noxapater Attendance Center where she taught for eight years. This is her … Read more

Pilots spread Christmas cheer

by Theresa Bridges

With good eats and holiday cheer, the Pilots showed their Christmas spirit as they entertained the Winston County Nursing Home occupants recently. After Pilot President, DeLaine Woodruff, read the Christmas Story, some 45-50 residents sang Christmas carols … Read more

Calendar of Events

Driver Safety Class LHS Night of Fun Dec. 6 The Louisville High School Family Science Class wll host a night of fun Thursday, December 6 at 6 p.m. in the school auditorium. The East Central Community College Gospel Choir will … Read more

Forum targets domestic violence

From staff and press reports

A Domestic Violence Awareness Forum held October 29 at the Louisville City Hall opened dialogue on the resources available to the community.

Leslie Payne, Executive Director of the Care Lodge, discussed the Care Lodge’s mission … Read more

Donation made to Red Cross

From staff reports

The Winston County portion of the American Red Cross has received a $300 donation from the Mt. Olive District Association of Churches.

The Mount Olive District Association of Laymen’s Ministry donated the funds to help local persons … Read more

Several LHS Wildcats receive postseason football honors

Three Louisville Wildcats players received postseason honors this week.

On Monday, Dec. 4, the 2012 Mississippi High School Football Coaches Class 4A all-state team was announced.

Junior Desmond Goss was selected as a wide receiver on the first team offense. … Read more