The family and friends of Mrs. Betty Paty congratulate her for receiving an Associate of Science degree with honors in Early Childhood Technology from East Central Community College during commencement services on May 11, 2013 at the Neshoba County Coliseum.… Read more
By Elmetra Patterson
It was a beautiful day at Dean Park, Hwy 15 South, Louisville, MS, Sunday, June 2, 2013, 3 p.m. with the pavilion decorated lime green and white with flowers and balloons all around in the same … Read more
A marriage relationship brings vast challenges and great opportunities.
Couples who exercise valiant effort in their marriage union will be rewarded with longevity, satisfaction, and growth with the one they love. Being the best partner possible is not always easy. … Read more
Enrollment for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) ends June 14, 2013. CRP protects the nation’s natural resources through voluntary participation, while providing significant economic and environmental benefits to rural communities across the United States.
Currently, about 27 million acres are … Read more
Spring time has arrived, and while we all enjoy the warmer weather, it brings a problem we ask for your help in preventing.
Children are now out playing after school and many will soon be home all day. In … Read more
From press reports
The Building Strong Families project, which offers the Marriage Education program, is now offering free Job Skills Training and Career Classes to help address career preparation. Available free certifications will be offered in Welding, Certified Nursing … Read more
Three Good Men-Circa 1940-1950
When I was a child growing up, there were three men in Louisville who I thought owned the Court House, and in a sense they did. They had offices there from the time I can remember … Read more
100 Years Ago – June 13, 1913
LOUISVILLE: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Suber were called to Reform last Monday by the assassination of the latter’s brother, Mr. Hanna, who was shot from ambush twice about 4 o’clock that morning … Read more
The Building Strong Families (BSF) Project, a division of Family Centered Programs and the Starkville School District, recently completed their first “Marriage Mentoring 12 Conversations” workshop. The story-based curriculum was created by Dr. Edward Gray. The class was held at … Read more
From press reports
Winston Miles Hayes of Winston County Mississippi realized part of a dream comes true when she recently received a phone call from Patricia Vance of Brandon, MS. She had heard her grandmother and her father tell … Read more