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News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –January 31, 1913 NOXAPATER: Mr. Press Mitchell of Ackerman was a guest of his brother Claud here the past Sunday. – Mr. Bob McGee and family of McCool were guests first of the week of the former’s…

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Thank you to Mrs. Sandra Mayo for her generous donation of markers, crayons, pencils, paint brushes, paper, and box tops; your donation is greatly appreciated. We are still collecting coke tops and packages. Under the flaps of the 12-packs and…

BSF partners to enhance Marriage Education classes

From press reports Marriage Educators from the Building Strong Families Project met with community leader Rose Coffey-Graham to plan the upcoming “Let It Rip” /BSF workshop. Let it RIP (Recreation Intervention Program) is a group that focuses on wellness and…

MLK celebrated

From staff and press reports On Saturday, January 19 the National Day of Service as proclaimed by President Barrack H. Obama in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday was celebrated. This is a historic weekend with Martin Luther…

Hearing draws crowd

From staff and press reports The proposed rental property ordinance hearing held January 15 at 5 p.m. packed the city hall including the meeting room and entrance way Rental property owners along with other citizens expressed their concern over the…

ECCC forums underway

From staff and press reports East Central Community College is hosting a series of public forums to help build a vision for its future and held its Louisville forum Wednesday, January 16 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. “We’re really looking forward…

City aldermen approve Family Dollar variances

From staff and press reports The Louisville Board of Aldermen paved the way for Family Dollar to invest $1.5 million into bringing a store to Louisville. The aldermen approved three variances for the store during the regular board meeting Tuesday,…

LMSD tables building project

From staff and press reports The Louisville Municipal School Board voted 4-1 to table the proposed $7.3 million building project. The project had been proposed in November 2012 and a public hearing was held in December 2012. The matter was…