by admin • • Comments Off on MDA head touts Winston Plywood preparations
From staff and press reports Winston County and Mississippi are winning. That’s how Glenn McCullough, executive director for the Mississippi Development Authority, characterized the state’s recent economic development strides and the work ongoing at the Winston Plywood and Veneer mill…
The Sunshine Boys made it back safely from West Memphis, Arkansas, and their performance was memorable and joyful! They mesmerized the crowd with their rendition of “Worth” by Anthony Brown and Group Therapy, and wooed the
by admin • • Comments Off on New organization promotes community unity through sports
From press reports The Louisville Bobcats (LBC) is the new community organization started by Lawrence Sangster that is focused on providing sports activities for the youth and adults in the Louisville and Winston County areas.
by admin • • Comments Off on LMSD-Head Start Partnership hold spring meeting
By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Louisville Municipal School District, in partnership with the Winston County Head Start Complex held its Spring Partnership Planning Meeting March 24 at Fair Elementary School. The LMSD-Head Start Partnership Program was created…
by admin • • Comments Off on WA STAR Student named
Kadie Nicole Odom has been named a STAR (Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition) Student for the 2015-2016 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council’s M.B. Swayze Foundation, sponsor of the STAR Program.
by admin • • Comments Off on LPD receives donations for body cameras
From staff and press reports In August of 2015, Winston County resident Dorothy Hisaw made a donation to the Louisville Police Department for a body camera and challenged others to help purchase body cameras. Recently, two separate local garden clubs…
by admin • • Comments Off on LMSD recognizes Parents of the Year for 2016
By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees recognized the parents of the district, as well as discussed the district’s BYOD policy during its March 17 meeting held at the LMSD boardroom.