News

Only one qualifies for district 1 school board seat

From staff reports

 

The Louisville Municipal School District will have a new member in January 2014.

With only one candidate qualifying for the LMSD District 1 the Winston County Election Commissioners should certify Sheila Hickman as the winner and … Read more

ECCC Offers Truckdriving Program Throughout District

Earn your CDL by letting us bring the training to you at our Decatur, Louisville, and Philadelphia locations.  To be eligible, you must be at least eighteen years old for an Intrastate License; twenty-one years old for an Interstate License; … Read more

Births

Thrasher Harvard Triplett

Chris and Amanda Triplett of Louisville announce the birth of their son, Thrasher Harvard Triplett on June 4, 2013 at Woman’s Hospital of Flowood. Grandparents are Judy Thompson and the late Teddy Thompson of Ethel, Truman and … Read more

Calendar of Events

AARP Oct. 9

Winston County area AARP Chapter #2859 will hold their October 9, 2013 meeting in the City Hall at 2:00 P.M. Members are asked to be present and on time.

Youth event Oct. 12

Harvest Motivational Youth Explosion … Read more

It’s Elementary

Brandy Blanton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.

Uniform Dress Code :

Louisville Municipal School District students must wear clothing that is comfortable, clean, in good repair, and school appropriate. Clothing and other … Read more

Job Fair for Allied Locke being held

Allied Locke Industries is recruiting new employees for their Union site through a job fair that is being held at the Senior Citizen Center located in Northside Park at 100 Burt Drive in Philadelphia. The job fair is made possible … Read more

ECCC welcomes area students

Area high school students will be special guests of East Central Community College when the Warriors battle Jones County Junior College Thursday, Oct. 3 on the Decatur campus. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at Bailey Stadium.

“We encourage all … Read more

Rotary partnerships help early childhood literacy

From press and staff reports

 

Aiming to better prepare children for kindergarten, the Louisville Rotary Club is providing literacy assessments to local early care and education programs.

Working with an audience much younger than their usual lunch crowd, Rotary … Read more