The Louisville Fortnightly Club met Thursday, October 9 in the colonial Room of Lake Tiak-O’Khata. The reception room was an autumn scene with yellow, orange and brown leaves and pumpkins. Halloween candies marked each place. Welcoming guests were hostesses Mrs. … Read more
Louisville and the surrounding communities were greatly blessed after the tornado of April 28 by the number of volunteer groups that came to support us and helped us rebuild. One of those groups, God’s Pit Crew, is returning in mid-October … Read more
Ramblin with Arlene
Praise the Lord everyone. Well I’m finally back. I want to thank everyone for calling and writing. I have not been sick. My granddaughter, Emerald, who is a vet student at Mississippi State has had … Read more
MSU GRADUATION List for the 2014 summer term.
Honor graduates include all bachelor-degree candidates with exceptional scholastic averages and at least half the total required course hours earned at MSU. Their specific levels of recognition and the minimum required averages … Read more
The Winston County Soil and Water Conservation District is currently having their annual tree sale. Contact the Soil and Water office at for more information or go by and pick up an order form.
Family Center to host … Read more
Final preparations are still being made at this time and prayers for good weather are going up, but it looks like this years Nanih Waiya Fall Festival is going to be bigger and better than last year. “Things are really … Read more
Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.
Friends of Legion State Park invite all those who love the Park and especially those who remember going to the rock pavilion near the Chapel when they were young to come … Read more
100 Years Ago – October 23, 1914
LOUISVILLE: The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Strong was entirely consumed by fire last Monday afternoon; the origin of the fire is unknown. It was the most costly residence in … Read more
Jennie Caperton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.
Last Thursday, October 16th, Mr. Detrick Sanders from the Louisville Fire Department came and spoke to the Kindergarten and First grade classes about fire … Read more
From press reports
The Winston County Ducks Unlimited will host their annual banquet on Thursday, November 6.
The banquet raises funds to help protect wetlands and habitats for wildlife across the country. “Ducks Unlimited is a North American conversation non-profit … Read more