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DAR hosts the first meeting of fiscal year

Left to right:   DAR State Registrar Mrs. Shelia Fondren; Chapter Secretary Mary Tabor;  Chapter 2nd Vice Regent Annie Pearl Matthews; DAR State Regent Mrs. Billie Breedlove, Chapter Regent Paula Fulton, Chapter Chaplain Brenda Hunt, Chapter 1st Vice Regent Susan Clark. Chapter Treasurer  Theresa Bridges

Submitted by Bettye Forster

VIS Chairman

 

The Nanih Waiya Chapter, NSDAR held their first meeting of the new year 2013-2014 at Market Café on Thursday, September 26th. After enjoying a luncheon provided by the café and catching up with … Read more

Pet of week

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There are many animals in need of homes at Louisville Animal Control.  We have many cats, kittens, dogs and puppies that are available for adoption.  Most of the animals at the shelter have already been spayed or neutered.  Our adoption … Read more

BATTLE celebrates another successful event

Carol McAdory shows off her  fashion skills

From staff reports

 

Winston County’s BATTLE Luncheon was held September 26 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. The event included lunch, door prizes, special speakers, and a fashion revue.

Peggy Crawford welcomed everyone to the luncheon.  She stated that “staging this … Read more

Cotton gin fun

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The Noxapater Cotton Gin celebrated Saturday in the Noxapater Park with a great crowd and numerous entries in the car show and pageant. See next’s week’s edition for more photos.

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ECCC Adjunct Instructors

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These Winston County residents are members of the Adjunct Faculty at East Central Community College in Decatur. Pictured are (front row, from left) Mary Ann Ballew, Sylvia Wright and Paula Stokes, and (back row, from left) Diane Carter, Shonna Ryals … Read more

ECCC Homecoming Court

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Pictured are members of the 2013 East Central Community College Homecoming Court, who were selected during elections held recently on the Decatur campus. Seated from left are sophomore maid Taylor Gressett of Chunky; maid of honor Mary Margaret Bailey of Read more

It’s Elementary

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

Thank you to Hazel Garrett for her generous donation to our clothing closet at Fair Elementary. Your donation is greatly appreciated and will be put … Read more

Starkville author publishes new historical novel

From press reports

 

This fascinating novel offers a historical glimpse at life in the Native American community in the area that would become Mississippi

“Deer, the Star Catcher and Woman Bringer,” a new book by Richard Arling Marshall, has … 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