This week, Mississippi students will begin taking the first part of a two-part test that will measure what they know under Mississippi College- and Career-Ready Standards. This is the first year for assessments that align to the new standards.
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.
Earma Jean Eiland
Feb. 18, 2015
Funeral services for Mrs. Earma Jean Eiland, 80 , were held at Rockport United Methodist Church of Ackerman, MS on February 28, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Burial followed at the church cemetery with Rev. … Read more
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The Board of Trustees of the Louisville Municipal School District will accept sealed bids until 9:00 a.m. on March 6, 2015 for the sale of 5 groups of double wide mobile trailers. Bids will be opened and … Read more
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Lil’ Blessings , a mission based organization of First Baptist Church, Louisville, will be hosting their spring / summer children’s consignment sale this March 27-28th. From baby items to children’s clothing and toys to youth size clothing, … Read more
The Mississippi Economic Council (MEC) visited Winston County Feb. 18 to discuss and encourage Winston County business leaders about economic growth and its Blueprint Mississippi through a Regional Roundup of discussions.