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Red, White, Blue Parade shows patriotic spirit

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From staff and press reports

 

Flags, red, white and blue streamers and pinwheels were the decorations of choice Thursday for the Winston County Red, White, Blue Kids’ Bike Parade in Louisville.

About 70 people, children and helpful adults included, … Read more

Pickett retires after 38 years

John and Johnny Fair help Pickett cut her cake.

Diana Pickett retired from Fair Oil Company in May after 38 years of service.

“It is a good company and much more,” said Pickett about her time at Fair Oil Company. “They are so special and treated me like family.”… Read more

Camp Jigsaw is a week of achievement for autistic youth

Camp Jigsaw participants prepare for a fun day at Lake Tiak O’Khata.

Youth who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders face challenges every day, from communicating basic feelings to making friends. Camp Jigsaw at Mississippi State University helps participants improve these skills while enjoying a traditional camp experience.

Now in its … Read more

Mayor’s Youth Council looks toward future

Pictured are Vice-Mayor Zach Allen, Mrs. Judy Sanders, and Mayor Macey Donald

On June 24, Judy Sanders came and spoke to the Mayors Youth Council of Louisville about college readiness.

]Her topics varied from what to do in the ninth through twelfth grades to ACT prep tips. Such as in the ninth … Read more

Barrett vow renewal

The Barrett family cordially invites friends and family for a special day honoring the 50 years of marriage of Joe and Arlene Barrett as they renew their wedding vows. Saturday, the thirteenth of July, Two thousand and thirteen at 2 … Read more

Former ECCC Warrior Park Stevens mourned by hundreds

Several hundred mourners paid last respects to former East Central Community College football player Park Stevens who was laid to rest Saturday, July 6, 2013, at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church in Columbus.

Stevens, 20, lost his life July 3 after … Read more