Monthly Archives: January 2013

ECCC announces fall semester honor roll

From press reports Students named to the 2012 fall semester honor roll, which includes those selected to the President’s List, Dean’s List and Honorable Mention List, have been announced at East Central Community College in Decatur, according to David Case,…

The Secrets of Orion set for Rainwater

Rainwater Observatory in French Camp Mississippi will be offering a free program for this winter season called “The Secrets of Orion”. This presentation will be presented on Friday, January 11 starting at 7 p.m. by Edwin Faughn, director of Rainwater…

Rotarians aim to improve community and world

From staff reports Through a collaborative learning partnership, the Louisville Rotary Club and the schools in Winston County aim to promote literacy and character.For the last few years, the Louisville Rotary Club members have taken time from their workdays to…

[news[ Church completes the BSF workshop

From press reports Several members of Bethel M.B. Church in Starkville celebrated their recent completion of the Building Strong Families (BSF) Marriage Education workshop. The class, taught by BSF Marriage Educator Dr. John Daniels, is ongoing and free to residents…

ECCC to hold public forums at district locations

Submitted East Central Community College in Decatur is providing Public Forums in local communities during January in an ongoing effort to solicit input on how the College can better serve its five-county district and surrounding areas. EC President Dr. Billy…

BSF Class completion at the Emerson Family Resource Center

From press reports Participants made the Holiday Season even brighter at Emerson Family Resource Center by completing the Building Strong Families (BSF) Relationship Education Workshop. The BSF curriculum, “8 Habits of Successful Relationships”, is a free multi-week class offered to…

Hugh Smith Whiteside to celebrate 95 years

Submitted A man of many names. Fours of us have the privilege to call him Daddy. Many more call him Granddaddy. Some say Smith, Brother Whiteside, or some have called him Whit. God called his name in the late 1940’s…