Monthly Archives: June 2013

Free skills training offered to community

From press reports   The Building Strong Families project, which offers the Marriage Education program, is now offering free Job Skills Training and Career Classes to help address career preparation. Available free certifications will be offered in Welding, Certified Nursing…

The way we were

Three Good Men-Circa 1940-1950 When I was a child growing up, there were three men in Louisville who I thought owned the Court House, and in a sense they did. They had offices there from the time I can remember…

News of the Past

100 Years Ago – June 13, 1913 LOUISVILLE: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Suber were called to Reform last Monday by the assassination of the latter’s brother, Mr. Hanna, who was shot from ambush twice about 4 o’clock that morning…

Marriage workshop completed

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The Building Strong Families (BSF) Project, a division of Family Centered Programs and the Starkville School District, recently completed their first “Marriage Mentoring 12 Conversations” workshop. The story-based curriculum was created by Dr. Edward Gray. The class was held at…

Family contact made after more than 100 years

From press reports   Winston Miles Hayes of Winston County Mississippi realized part of a dream comes true when she recently received a phone call from Patricia Vance of Brandon, MS. She had heard her grandmother and her father tell…

8 Habits of a Successful Marriage workshop held

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The most recent class to complete the Building Strong Families (BSF) marriage education workshop entitled 8 Habits of a Successful Marriage was held last week at Mount Pleasant #1 in Louisville. The classes are sponsored by the Building Strong Families…

Farmers’ Market to host radio show

Everyone is invited to listen to a LIVE Internet Radio Broadcast from Winston County’s Farmers Market Grand Opening on Thursday June 13, 4-6pm at the Louisville Coliseum 201 Ivy Avenue Louisville, MS. The group is ready and fired up for…

Wedding & Anniversary Policy

Wedding & Anniversary Policy July 1, 2013 When a community member prepares to get married, the staff of the newspaper, may provide a engagement announcement form. The newspaper will print all the information on the form along with 500 words…

MSU-sponsored ‘Yourtown’ workshop teaches collaboration

Mississippi State’s John C. Stennis Institute for Government and Community Development continues to educate the state’s small-town community and civic leaders about the latest methods for spurring economic development and quality-of-life improvements. Staff members of the university institute recently held…