Category: News

Lady Wildcats, Lady Tigers split softball doubleheader

By Austin Bishop Choctaw Plaindealer What was supposed to be the Winston County Softball Classic on Saturday, wound up being a doubleheader between Louisville and Noxapater. The Nanih Waiya team didn’t participate, due the the Lady Warriors advancing in the…

Letters to the Editor – 03/02/2016

Go vote To the Citizens of Winston County, MS, I recently talked to a gentleman who didn’t even know that we are suppose to vote on March 8 and what we are voting for. Yes it is time to go…

History program

The Winston County Library presented Black History  Month programs at most city and county schools during February.    These enthusiastic Louisville Elementary students were in a play called “The Future Is History”, directed by Winston County Children’s Librarian Andrea (back center). …

Do Reflux medications cause Dementia?

Just a few weeks ago a group of German researchers published a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association Neurology (JAMA Neurology) stating there was an association between patients who are diagnosed with dementia (age-related memory loss) and…

Grace Christian School to host open house

Silent Auction also planned From School Reports Grace Christian School at 173 McLeod Road in Louisville will have an open house and silent auction this Saturday, March 5 from 10 a.m. until noon. After a short presentation and a Jr.…

Calendar of Events – 03/02/2016

Story time The Winston County Library will be hosting a children’s story time every second and fourth Tuesday of every month. The story time will begin at 9:30 a.m. The library is planning a special Thanksgiving story time November 24.…

Legals – 03/02/2016

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE NOTICE WHEREAS, on or about the 1st day of July, 1999, Judith W. Lyon executed and delivered a certain Deed of Trust unto W.P. Mitchell, Trustee, The Peoples Bank and Trust Company, beneficiary, to secure an indebtedness…

Jobs for MS Graduates Program participating in local programs

Submitted by: Brenda Keen A special thanks to Mrs. Janice Hopkins and her class for participating in the recent Arbor Day tree giveaway. Mrs. Hopkins works with a program through the Louisville High School called “Jobs for MS Graduates.”