Editorials from Around the State – 12/10/14

Bryant, Obama alike in one way

Here’s a good essay question for a Mississippi civics class, as well as for members of the Mississippi Legislature. What do Phil Bryant and Barack Obama have in common?

The quick answer would be … Read more

Realignment moves LHS Wildcats

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

The Louisville High School Wildcats may be moving up a classification to 4A next year, but veteran head football coach M.C. Miller says it’s nothing to be worried about.

“There is no reason … Read more

Healing and Restoration Workshop Dec 11

December is “Winston Strong” and “Healing and Restoration” month at the Family Center. Mr. Mike Dowd will inform us about recovery efforts. Mrs. Stacey Parvin will give inspirational strategies about coping with life after the storm. … Read more

Obituaries – 12/10/14

Mr. Charles S. “Bob” Martin
November 30, 2014
Funeral services for Mr. Charles S. “Bob” Martin, 85, were held at Weir Baptist Church in Weir on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at 2 p.m. Jared Busby and Mark Mayo officiated. Burial … Read more

Christmas Parade set for Dec. 8

The City of Louisville has begun placing the communtiy Christmas decorations.

From staff reports

A Season of Hope will be the theme of this year’s Christmas parade which will be held at 6 p.m., Monday, December 8. The parade route will begin at the Louisville Coliseum ending with a grand finale … Read more

Annual Thanksgiving event feeds families

Volunteers Paul Black, Mike Dowd, Aline Haynes, Judy McLeod, and

From staff reports

The 13th Annual Thanksgiving Community Luncheon celebrated another successful event this year.

With hundreds of volunteers and hundreds of families fed, the luncheon once again achieved its goal of reaching out and connecting the community.

Luncheon coordinator … Read more