Month: January 2015

Good News Club looking for community support and set to hold luncheon

From press reports On Friday, February 13th, First Baptist Church, Louisville will be hosting a Little Hearts Luncheon to provide support for local Good News Clubs. Since Good News Clubs are held in all of the city and county schools,…

Rural life challenges healthy senior diets

By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE — Eating well is critical to living well, but many senior citizens find both difficult to do, especially those who live in rural areas. A study by the Southern Rural Development Center…

Awarded

The Mississippians for Emergency Medical Services (MEMS) conference was held recently at the Pearl River Resort in Philadelphia, MS.  New at this year’s statewide EMS conference was a team skills competition.  Teams comprised of one EMT and one Paramedic had…

Waters at Lake

Wyatt Waters returned to the Winston County Library on Wednesday, December 10 and also paid a visit to Lake Tiak O’Khata to visit with the Belle Arts group in Winston County. Waters brought his 2015 calendar, “Paintings of Italy” and…

A look at Senator Giles Ward of Winston County being elected pro tem

By Brian Perry Syndicated Columnist Speaking at what he called “the Mother Church of Mississippi politics,” Sen. Giles Ward (R-Louisville) announced at the 2014 Neshoba County Fair he would not be seeking re-election. On Jan. 6 at noon, Ward’s final…

Kemper learners

The Health Science I & II class at John C. Stennis Vocational Complex (Kemper County) attended an educational tour to the University of Mississippi Medical Center on November 13. The students and their instructor Janifer Page had an opportunity to…

Brock’s Spicy & Simple: My Favorite picks

Some of the very best recipes in the world are spicy. I am a fan of a lot of spicy dishes. Even though I cannot consume very much in the realm of the spicy food world, I do love a…

Pet of the week – 01/28/2015

Chuck is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control.  He has been neutered, and he weighs around 25-30 lbs.  Chuck is great around the other dogs at the shelter.  To see more pictures of Chuck, and the other animals available…