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Market for kids

Mike Skipper of the MSU Extension office talks to the children.

The held its first ever Children’s Day event Thursday, July 23. Children were all given farmer’s market bucks to make their own healthy food purchases.

“This is a great way to teach the children about making healthy food choices,” said … Read more

Know the offices voters are electing

One of the governor’s duties is signing bills into law.

From press & staff reports

Historically, the role of counties has been to serve as an administrative arm of the state – maintaining records, providing courts and law enforcement, building roads, assessing property and collecting taxes, and conducting elections. Counties … Read more

Lions Club plan for golf tourney

Pictured are James Russell, John McLeod, Lois Goodin, Charlotte Dowed, Rev. Mike Dowd, and Roy Ingram.

The Louisville Lions Club annual benefit two man/woman scramble golf tournament will be held on August 1. The tournament will be held at the Louisville Country Club with registration from 8:15 to 8:45 AM. … Read more

Summer fun

The temperatures outside have been over 100 and it has been no secret that staying cool is in all our plans!

At Winston Medical Center Nursing Home, our residents had that same plan!… Read more

Health Tidbits – 07/29/15

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Growing up I remember hearing people around me use the phrase “too many cooks in the kitchen.” It seems I remember my grandmother using the phrase quite a bit – referring to her own kitchen! Now that I am a … Read more

Political signs illegal in rights-of-way

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From Press Reports

The Mississippi Department of Transportation reminds political candidates that campaign signs are not permitted on state highway right-of-way.

To maintain traffic safety, these rules govern the placement of signs:… Read more

Co-Med competition

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On July 1 CoMed Adult Day Care Center of Louisville conducted a contest among its senior participants. They were to test their horticultural skills by growing the largest tomato on site. Although extreme heat and lack of adequate rainfall provided … Read more

Makes this a better county, state and country by voting

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From press & staff reports

Voter turnout in the United States fluctuates in national elections but has never been as strong as other well-established democracies.

Only 60 percent of the voting eligible population heads to the polls during presidential election … Read more