Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Keith Suttle of Louisville, Mississipi announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Emma Suttle to Mr. Robert Moyer Kinney, … Read more
Winston Academy recently celebrated their commencement ceremony on May 9, 2014. After the processional D.K. Boydstun, Student Body President welcomed all graduates, guests, and faculty. Leading the Invocation was … Read more
Eupora High School Beta Club President Mary Kathryn Brister (standing) and EHS senior Beta member Anna Littlejohn help deliver water and a monetary donation that the students in EHS Beta Club gathered to… Read more
Andrew Harrison Yates
Andrew Harrison Yates is the son of Tracey and Hubert Yates of Louisville. He will be attending Mississippi State University, majoring in Political Science. Andrew is the Salutatorian fro the class of 2014.; he has been involved … Read more
By Bob Ratliff
MSU Extension Service
LOUISVILLE — More than 70 individuals who suffered losses from the April 28 tornadoes visited the state’s first Agriculture Disaster Center May 15 at the Mississippi State University Extension Service office in Louisville.
Representatives … Read more
From staff reports
The Harrison County Track teams delivered a $1,500 donation to the Louisville Municipal School District.
Bryan Anderson who was all SEC at MSU and is now a coach at Louisville High School contacted a colleague Nekemia Rich … Read more
The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:… Read more
Presley and local officials break ground on $2.1 million natural gas expansion in Attala County for economic development
From press reports
KOSCIUSKO, MS (May 20, 2014) – Today, Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, local officials and Atmos Energy broke ground on one of the first natural gas expansion projects funded by the Commission’s pioneering approach to job creation … Read more
Federal assistance approved for disaster survivors in 12 Mississippi counties has reached nearly $7 million.
All emergency shelters have closed and all disaster survivors are currently housed.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is leading a Long-Term Housing Task Force, which … Read more
The city of Louisville is looking so much better, and I am assuming that our city is going to be in this journey of rebuilding for a while, but the rebuilding may be sooner than everyone thinks. People have been … Read more