News

Runoff election held

Poll workers in Winston County help citizens with the civic responsibility of voting.

Results in the July 2 edition

From staff and press reports

The Democratic Party and Republican Party are conducting runoff primary elections on June 24, 2014. These elections are conducted by the respective party and not the Secretary of State’s … Read more

Board approves TeleHealth pilot program

The board also recognized the mentors who helped students over the past year.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Louisville Municipal School Board of Trustees was excited to recognize the district’s mentors during their regular monthly meeting held on June 10 at the LMSD Office.
The meeting began with the approval … Read more

Workplace update

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The Louisville Rotary Club was addressed by Mike Boyles, Director of Engineering at Taylor Machine Works, during their … Read more

Kids miss some summer fun

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by Elmetra Patterson

Among the ten lives lost, over 300 homes demolished and nearly 300 home damaged are children missing in Dean Park for their summer vacation.  There is no comparison to the… Read more

Wedding – Golden-Gentry

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Mr. and Mrs. William F. Golden of Chandler, Texas announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dawn Elizabeth Golden to Dr. James Dustin Gentry, son … Read more

Birth – Abigail Breanne Studdie

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Bo and Heather Studdie of Ackerman are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Abigail Breanne Studdie.
Abigail was born on May 24, 2014, at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville. She weighed … Read more

Fun outdoor activities can be free and easy

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Living and Learning

By Keri Collins Lewis
MSU Ag Communications

MISSISSIPPI STATE — Exploring the wonders of nature does not have to be time-consuming, expensive or complicated.
June is National Great Outdoors Month and is an ideal time to encourage kids to explore … Read more

Aldermen accept over $10 million in insurance funds

The cleanup of the former GP facility (Winston Plywood and Veneer) is underway.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Louisville Board of Alderman received good news regarding insurance funds to assist in recovery during their regular meeting on July 17 at Louisville City Hall.
Mayor Will Hill opened… Read more

Service-learning impacts students, community

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Living and Learning

By Kaitlyn Byrne
MSU Ag Communications

COLUMBUS — Teens gained an inside look at the agriculture industry and service-learning during a three-week residential collegiate experience at the Mississippi Governor’s School in Columbus.
By partnering with Mississippi State University’s Center for … Read more

Rotarians discuss Disaster Relief Project for county

Rotarian John Fair discussed the details of the Louisville Rotary Club’s upcoming Disaster Relief project during their meeting this past Wednesday, June 18 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. The club will soon decide on which projects they want to undertake, as well as host their “Passing of the Gavel” event, which signals a new year for the club.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Rotary Club of Louisville discussed their Disaster Relief project as well as adding a new position to the board during their weekly meeting this past Wednesday (June 18) at Lake Tiak O’Khata.… Read more