Category: News

Jail Docket – 03/16/2016

Feb. 19 Eddie Watkins, 3/3/56, WM, W-4 Robinson, WSO, simple assault, simple assault on police officer Brandy Collins, 5/27/92, WF, I-33 MDOC, violation Cindy Crawley, 8/9/59, WF, W-2 McCool, WSO, Roger Jack, Jr., 4/7/79, WM, W-7 McCool, WSO, family disturbance

Lady Bulldogs set to host NCAA action

From school reports STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State will be “Dancing” in Starkville. The Bulldogs earned a No. 5 seed for the second-straight season and were selected to host the NCAA Tournament First and Second Rounds at Humphrey Coliseum for…

Unemployment rate drops

This is the latest information announced today by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. In January 2016 Mississippi’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 6.7 percent, a decrease of one-tenth of a percentage point from the December 2015 rate of…

House passes budget bills with spending limits

By Rep. Michael T. Evans, Dist.45 Last week,  we began looking at budget bills, voting on spending and revenue measures.  We weren’t always happy with the proposals before us, and many of my colleagues and I were surprised at the…

Sports Schedules – 03/16/2016

THUR, MARCH 17 Prep Baseball 5:30 p.m. — Choctaw County at Louisville Fast-Pitch Softball 3:30 p.m. — East Webster at Pontotoc

Representative Hood gives an update on latest on House

This week, members of the House turned their focus toward budget matters, with both the Appropriations and Ways and Means committees very active. The Appropriations committee deals with spending the state’s money and is charged with designing the Fiscal Year…

Check it out at the library

MARCH 2016 The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library: James Rollins – The Bone Labyrinth Carla Neggers – The Spring At Moss Hill

Calendar of Events – 03/16/2016

La Leche League meeting 4th Sat. each month La Leche League of Louisville meets monthly on the 4th Saturday of each month from 1-2 p.m. at the County Extension Building. La Leche League offers mother-to-mother support, leaders accredited by La…

How a burglar thinks when seeking a victim

From David Edwards BSafe Technologies Chances are you know someone who has had their home burglarized, or perhaps you have been a victim of a home burglary yourself. Home burglaries almost always leave the victim with a sense of violation,…

ECCC’s Inaugural WarriorFest Family-Fun event April 8  

A Hot Air Balloon Glow, 5K Nite-Glow Run/Walk, KidZone, Battle of the Bands and fireworks are just part of the fun scheduled for East Central Community College’s first annual WarriorFest on Friday, April 8, on the ECCC campus in Decatur.