Monthly Archives: June 2013

Reception held

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Market Cafe and Johnny wooten helped host a reception welcoming natron to the community when the announcement for the plant was held. The Winston County Chamber thaks market Cafe staff and Wooten for their wecloming event.  

Check It Out At The Library

Check It Out At The Library! JUNE 2010 The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library: Dean Koontz – Deeply Odd Mary Monroe – Last Daughters Janet Dailey – Triumph Clive Cussler – Zero Hour Carolyn…

Extension unites communities around senior adult services

By Linda Breazeale MSU Ag Communications   MISSISSIPPI STATE — Several Mississippi communities are taking on projects designed to help senior adults keep their independence and improve their health. The Mississippi State University Extension Service has challenged communities to assess…

LMSD provides projected budget at hearing

From staff and press reports   The Louisville Municipal School Board held its annual budge hearing June 14 with a small crowd and four of the five trustee members. Tracy Luke, LMSD business manager, reviewed the 2013-2014 budget. Luke outlined…

Supervisors plan courthouse expansion

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal   The Winston County Board of Supervisors covered a range of plans and actions Monday, June 17 in their regularly scheduled board meeting. The board discussed the possibility of purchasing a building to…

Make-A-Wish provides trip to local family

Jack Wylie Young in the driver’s seat of the fire truck with his family flanking the truck.

From press and staff reports   A local family is spending 7 days and 6 nights at Disney through the Make-A-Wish foundation and support from local businesses. Jack Wylie Young was nominated by his mother, Penny Young for the Make-A-Wish…

City traffic stop leads to drug bust

Some of the items confiscated by Louisville Police Department including drugs, cash and scales.

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal   A traffic stop at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 11 lead to police seizing three quarters of a pound of marijuana, an undisclosed amount of cash, and seeking a subject who fled. Officers…

Marshall retires from LPD

Mayor Will Hill presents Marshall with the proclamation.

A reception honoring Captain Howard L. Marshall was held Friday, May 24, 2013 at the Winston County Library. Captain Marshall retired after twenty-five years of service to the City of Louisville Police Department. Marshall has been employed by the City…