News

Red Cross disaster relief efforts ongoing

First week report

Over 200 Red Cross workers are providing shelter, emotional support, meals and relief supplies to people impacted by the storm that devastated parts of Mississippi last week.
Red Cross damage assessment teams continue to work to identify … Read more

MS Scholars breakfast set for Thursday, May 8

Forty of Winston County’s 2014 graduates went the extra mile in their education to be named a Mississippi Scholar. The Winston County Chamber funds a recognition breakfast for the students which is scheduled for Thursday, May 8 at 8 a.m. … Read more

Mail Service continues uninterrupted in Mississippi

From press reports

JACKSON MS — In the aftermath of Monday’s tornadoes, mail service continues uninterrupted for postal customers served out of the Louisville, Pearl, and Tupelo, MS Post Offices.
In response to changing mail service needs, the U.S. Postal … Read more

Calendar of events

Child Passenger Safety class

On May 7-9, there will be a Child Passenger Safety Tech Class held at the City of Louisville Fire Department. Instructor Brad Williams will be… Read more

ECCC announces 2014-15 Show Choir Members

From press reports

Members of the 2014-2015 Ac’cents show choir at East Central Community College were recently announced following auditions held on the Decatur campus.
Members include sopranos … Read more

Beware of fraudulent tornado charities

From press reports

Jackson, MS—The Secretary of State’s Office encourages Mississippians to be mindful when donating to disaster relief organizations in the wake of the recent storm activity.
“Mississippians are at their best when someone is in need,” says Secretary … Read more