Lawmakers in a special session May 8 quickly approved $17 million in state disaster assistance after April 28 deadly tornadoes.
Gov. Phil Bryant called lawmakers into special session at 1 p.m. Thursday, and the measure had passed unanimously by 4 … Read more
Volunteers managing the donation center at the Louisville Coliseum are reporting excesses and shortages.
There is an abundance of bottled water, dental items and clothing.
Donors are asked to focus efforts on … Read more
PEARL, Miss. – Everyone receives a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency after applying for disaster assistance. It explains FEMA’s decision, what to do next if you disagree with FEMA’s decision, and how grant money should be spent if … Read more
The City of Louisville and Winston County will sponsor a Memorial Service on May 11 at 4:30 p.m. at Louisville High School Football stadium.
“This will be a time of healing,” said Louisville Alderwoman Frances Ball.
The … Read more
From the First Lady of the State Deborah Bryant to thousands of other volunteers have been invaluable to every effort from the moment the tornado hit to many moments in the future.
First Lady Deborah … Read more
On April 28, as doctors, nurses and other staff at Winston Medical Center continued to keep patients safe and save lives, the Winston Medical Center building and adjacent medical clinics were hit hard by the … Read more
Although the Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA) clinic located in Louisville, Miss., was severely damaged by this week’s tornado, the company is pleased to report that all of its patients and employees at the facility are … Read more
LOUISVILLE – Long before the dark clouds rolled across the state on April 28, the Mississippi State University Extension Service had been prepared to provide a silver lining for children displaced by disaster.
Louise … Read more
Andy Young is the first to admit he didn’t initially take the early warnings of a storm headed toward Winston County seriously.
As soon as Choctaw County High School let out early last Monday … Read more