Month: March 2014

New to library board

The Winston County Board of Supervisors has unanimously voted to appoint Mrs. Judy Post as Winston County Library Board Trustee representing Beat 3.  Mrs. Post replaces Mrs. Pat Fuller, who recently

It’s Elementary

Brandy Blanton Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home. Fair Elementary would like to congratulate Principal Leigh Ann Hailey on completing her Doctoral Degree at Mississippi State University. Congratulations on a JOB WELL DONE!!!…

Sculptor with local ties creates special art

From NorthSide Sun WHILE MOST KIDS his age were playing with Play-Doh, Sam Clark was using the good stuff. “We never had Play-Doh, actually. We just played with the real clay,” says Clark, a Madison resident and member of the…

WLSM under new ownership

By Gwen Sisson One of the things the new owners of WLSM FM radio are learning, “radio is a lifestyle change — around the clock.” After 20 years of being “the voice” of WLSM FM, Phil and Stacy Harrison know

EPA clean up of former creosate property 78 percent complete

By Gwen Sisson According to Environmental Protection Agency site coordinator Michael Arnett, 78 percent of the clean up project at the American Creosate site has been completed, including excavation of the site. Arnett said presently the

Monument holds a special place in the hearts of Louisville residents

By Gwen Sisson When thinking about downtown Louisville, one of the key things that always stands out is the monument. And after 93 years, the monument still holds a special place in the hearts of Louisville residents. “In the heart…

County looking to stop sign vandals

From press and staff reports  The signs are everywhere that some county residents appear unconcerned about their fellow citizens’ safety. That was apparent March 17 when District 4 Supervisor Gloria Turnipseed asked Sheriff Jason Pugh to find the

FLAP grant sought to improve infrastructure to two major tourist attractions in Winston County

By Gwen Sisson Two of Mississippi’s most beautiful natural resources are located in Winston County, and the FLAP Grant can help provide a little easier access to all that beauty. Winston County has applied for the Federal Lands Access Program…