The City of Louisville has partnered with the Mississippi Forestry Commission and the National Arbor Day Foundation to offer the Mississippi Tree Recovery Campaign in response to the tornado that hit the city on April 28, 2014.
The months of January and February have been very busy for the 6th and 8th grade Gifted students from Eiland Middle School. After Columbia, MS had an EF 3 tornado in December right before Christmas, … Read more
This week we passed a Good Samaritan bill with Senate Bill 2780 that removes the liability for medical professionals who treat persons who have overdosed on drugs and it also shields from arrest anyone who seeks … Read more
The community-based recovery fund “Winston Strong” in conjunction with Mennonite Disaster Services have completed another home as the two organizations continue to rebuild Winston County one home at a time.
When the F-4 tornado came through Winston County, Calvary Apostolic Church on Eiland Street received a destructive strike with its van landing over on Beale Street. Now, the church is being rebuilt on Beale Street adjacent to … Read more
The community-based recovery fund “Winston Strong” in conjunction with Mennonite Disaster Services completed three families wish list for Christmas as they turned over the keys to three homes on Dec. 12.
Pearline Smith whose home suffered extensive … Read more
The Winston County Family Medical Center recently celebrated their ribbon cutting on December 12. Wilbert L. Jones, Director of the Center, welcomed everyone and thanked the the center’s board members for attending as well as local elected … Read more