Monthly Archives: September 2013

Suretta Nunn of Noxapater honored

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From press reports   Mrs. Suretta Bernice McQueen- Nunn is a God fearing woman who has blazed her own trails. She is a pillar in her community, an unselfish humanitarian , who has given of her time, money, possessions and…

Mississippi legislators learn about wild hogs

By Linda Breazeale MSU Ag Communications   JACKSON – Mississippi legislators attended a special meeting on Sept. 9 to learn about the “greatest emerging wildlife challenge of the 21st century.” Bruce Leopold, executive director of the Mississippi State University Center…

DAR Membership continues to grow

Shown in this photo are Bettye Forster, Janis Tabor, Pam Kirk; standing:  Theresa Bridges,  Ramona Hughes and Paula Fulton.

Submitted   The Nanih Waiya Chapter in Louisville has continued to grow over the summer. There have been five new members verified in the chapter since May with six applications pending national verification. Our Registrar Janis Tabor has been working…

Photograph and research leads to unkown relatives

From staff and press reports   Mrs. Janeese Garey in Ackerman recently discovered a pair of long lost relatives. Garey noticed a picture of Sue Tim (Moline, IL) and Donna Welty (Davenport, IA) in the Winston County Journal this summer.…

Aldermen approve building repairs

From staff reports   The Louisville Board of Aldermen approved several business items with an eye toward completing the renovation on the city owned building that will house Natron. The board accepted four bids for renovation projects at the facility.…

Patriots celebrate 14-0 homecoming victory

By Wendell Womack   Homecoming Queen Ashley Bane and her court brought beauty, elegance, and charm to the crowd at the newly renovated Winston gymnasium last Friday night. Meanwhile, out on Patriot Field under stormy skies on a rain soaked…

Obituaries

Ms. Frances Gammill Bradberry Funeral services for Frances Gammill Bradberry, 84, were held on September 20, 2013 at Antioch Methodist Church near Ackerman, MS. Burial was held in the Antioch Methodist Church Cemetery near Ackerman, MS. Ms. Bradberry a native…

Community welcomes back, FoodCorps and volunteers

From press reports   The national, non-profit organization, FoodCorps (www.foodcorps.org), has made it’s way into Louisville for the second year in a row. The new FoodCorps service member will be Jen Sellers, who recently received a B.S. in Human Development…