Month: January 2015

Deposit in city coffers

Louisville Housing Authority added funding in October to the city coffers recently with payment of their in lieu taxes. Housing authority director Ginger H. Ming and three members of the Housing Authority board gave the $24,888.47 check to the city.…

Spirit of Christmas

Richard Ford of Winston County was spotted doing good. During the Christmas season, Ford showed the spirit of giving this season by handing out $1 coins to children at the Philadelphia Wal-Mart prior to Christmas. Angie

WinstonStrong, MDS dedicate two more homes

From staff reports The community-based recovery fund “Winston Strong” in conjunction with Mennonite Disaster Services completed two more families’ dreams come true as they turned over the keys to two homes on January 16. Willie Shields whose home suffered extensive…

Bills on House will affect each home

By District 35 Rep. Joey Hood Monday, January 19, marked the deadline for the “introduction of general bills and constitutional amendments.” Once bills have been introduced, they are referred to committees. For the next two weeks House members will focus…

Planning makes healthy snacks easy for kids

By Susan Collins-Smith MSU Ag Communications Kids can prepare easy, nutritious after-school snacks with little or no cooking when parents plan ahead. JACKSON – After school, most kids raid the kitchen before they hit the books. If fruit is not…

Card delivery

Connie Estes, Registrar, Winston County Guards No. 2643, United Daughters of the Confederacy, presents Christmas Cards to Linda Battles, Assistant Activities Director, State Veterans Home, 310 Autumn Ridge Road, Kosciusko, MS 39090

HORNE LLP welcomes Louisville native as Spring Accounting Intern  

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 19, 2015 – HORNE LLP, one of the top 50 accounting and business advisory firms in the nation, recently welcomed Destinee Ball of Louisville, Mississippi as a spring accounting intern. A total of 27 accounting students were…

Rotary Club busy in community

The Rotary Club of Louisville meets each week at Lake Tia O’Khata. Members enjoy a guest speaker at each noon meeting.

Ring in the new year by saying goodbye to smoking

By Brittany Jacks MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE — Smoking can be a hard habit to kick, but it can be done with the right amount of determination. Quitting smoking is at the top of many smokers’ New Year’s resolutions…

Calendar of Events – 01/28/15

Class Reunion planned Joint Class Reunion July 17-18, 2015. We are looking for NOXAPATER HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES from 1974, 1975, and 1976. Find us on Facebook page Tigers Joint Reunion 74-75-76 or e-mail TigerReunion747576@yahoo.com or call Sandra at 662-803-1459. La…