News

Container Gardening (The Final Chapter)

MIKE SKIPPER
EXTENSION DIRECTOR

By now everything is off to the races and our thoughts turn to the
maintenance of our containers throughout the growing season. Well,
the truth be known and this chapter actually started long ago with
site … Read more

Fortnightly holds meeting

Respectfully submitted
Mrs. Robert H. Allen

The Louisville Fortnightly Club met February 14, 2013 at The Market
Café with Mrs. Johnny Wooten and Mrs. Steve Brown serving as the
hostesses. The tables were decorated with the Valentine motif with
candy … Read more

PCA awards Louisville Rodeo ‘Best Small Town Rodeo

From staff reports

The Professional Cowboy Association (PCA) awarded Rafter L Rodeo
Company with the prestigious national award, 2012 Small Rodeo of the
Year.

Annually, the PCA sanctions about 100 rodeos in eight states
throughout the Southeast and the first … Read more

It’s Elementary Brandy Blanton

Fair Elementary’s spring fundraiser will end on March 4th, 2013.
Parents please remember that no checks will be accepted for this
fundraiser; you may turn in cash or money orders. No late orders can
be accepted past March 4th! It … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –February 28, 1913
NOXAPATER: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roberts, on the 20th, a girl.
- Mrs. G.W. Jarvis and Mrs. Paul McBrayer spent last Sunday with the
former’s son, Dr. F. E. Jarvis at Neshoba. … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors by Carolyn Mills

Did any of you readers see John Eaves of Jackson on Rock Center
recently? Did you recognize him as being the grandson of the late
Bonnie Kate and O. T. Lovorn? John was being interviewed about a huge
settlement he … Read more

Traipsin’ Round Town by Lynne Cunningham

Short month that it is, February, the month of Valentine Love and
Presidents’ birthdays (George Washington and Abraham Lincoln)
ushered in two local notables birthdays, Joyce Frazier Kirkpatrick
and Noneine Frazier Keene. This year marked a special milestone for
Noneine … Read more

Students learn about recycling

From press and
staff reports

Two science classes at Eiland Middle School discovered going through
garbage is anything but trashy.

As part of the lessons on resources, local artist Katrina Estes Hill
showed students how to repurpose and reuse objects … Read more

Relay for Life countdown continues

From staff and press reports Relay For Life of Winston County will be here in 100 days. Why is that significant? Because the American Cancer Society, the official sponsor of birthdays, celebrates a huge milestone this year. On May 22, … Read more

Coalition holds Shopping Matters Tours

From press reports Coalition for a Healthy Winston County teaches area shoppers how to make real changes to their food shopping habits, to benefit both their health and their wallets. On February 25 and February 27, Coalition for a Healthy … Read more