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County looking to stop sign vandals

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From press and staff reports 

The signs are everywhere that some county residents appear unconcerned about their fellow citizens’ safety.

That was apparent March 17 when District 4 Supervisor Gloria Turnipseed asked Sheriff Jason Pugh to find the… Read more

Teaching is a family affair for the Hemphills

Mrs. Chappell's Kindergarten students read 453 books for 3rd 9 Weeks!! 1st place winner was SaNya Leach, she read 41 books with 91% correct. 2nd place was a tie. R'Dashyia Riddle read 38 books with 90% correct. Haleigh Triplett read 38 books with 91% correct. 3rd place was also a tie with three students. Caleb Hughes read 37 books with 96% correct. Bailey Vaughn read 37 books with 95% correct. Taylor Wade read 37 books with 93% correct. The students received prizes for their achievement in AR reading. Mrs. Chappell is so proud of all her students' reading ability!! Reading is the key to a child's academic future!

By Gwen Sisson

It’s a family thing for the Hemphill’s, but Sunday dinner can get a little out of hand at times!

This “Family Full of Teachers” makes learning a priority and inspires one another for the betterment of themselves … Read more

Rotary has a positive impact on the community

Rotary recently recognized some of its newest members. Leigh Ann Hailey is welcomed by Judy McLeod.

By Gwen Sisson

Gerald Mills, executive director of the Winston County Economic Development District Partnership, said the  Rotary Club if Louisville is an essential conduit of information about the community

“(Rotary also) provides a strong sense of… Read more