News

ECCC announces summer orientation sessions

New and transfer students planning to attend fall 2014 fall classes at East Central Community College are encouraged to attend one of four orientation and registration sessions scheduled this summer on the Decatur campus.
The four sessions will be held … Read more

Calendar of events

Louisville Historic Preservation to hold meeting

The Louisville Historic Preservation will hold a meeting on May 30 at 2 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce building.

Middleton Methodist Church to host memorial services

Middleton Methodist Church will host… Read more

ECCC Workforce Development offers OSHA ‘HAZWOPER’ Training

From press reports

OSHA HAZWOPER, training for Hazardous Waste Operations Workers, is being offered at Taylor Machine Works in Louisville through the East Central Community College Workforce Development Center. This 24-hour course provides training in remediation and clean-up of an … Read more

ECCC camps offered this summer in June

Area young athletes will have an opportunity to sharpen their baseball skills by participating in the 2014 East Central Community College Summer Baseball Camp scheduled June 11-12 (Wednesday-Thursday) at the Clark/Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
Registration is set for 8:30 … Read more

Free Lunch program set for summer

From press reports

Louisville Municipal School District School Food Service are setting up to provide thousands of free meals to children in Winston County during the summer break.
LMSD is working through the USDA Seamless Summer program to provide free … Read more

Safety remains essential during tornado cleanup

From press reports

Cuts, sunburn, nail punctures, heat exhaustion and chainsaw injuries remain concerns for recovery workers.
The Mississippi Department of Health is providing free tetanus shots at the county health department and the… Read more

The Red Hills Festival set to raise spirits

By Joseph McCain
The Winston County Journal

While most of Winston County is in recovery mode from the April 28 tornado, downtown Louisville will offer every one a break from the worry with the 34th annual Red Hills Festival.
With … Read more