Brandon Presley, Northern District Public Service Commissioner (D- Nettleton) continues his 2012 community meetings across the Northern District to hear directly from ratepayers. The “Rural Community Meeting” in Noxapater will be held on Thursday night, September 27, 2012, at J … Read more
That’s right folks, Louisville’s own Comics Festival will be this Saturday on Sept. 29 at the Coliseum on Ivy Ave from 10am till 6pm. There will be webcartoonists from around the state and even one from Florida and Arkansas.
Also … Read more
From staff and press reports
A new grocery store is coming to Louisville, at the former Piggly Wiggly location on Church Street.
Triple V, Inc, which operates Vowell’s grocery stores, announced it’s bringing a Cash Saver store here.
Cash Saver … Read more
Submitted by: Frances Ball Friends of Legion State Park
The quarterly meeting was held on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at Legion Lodge.
There were 31 out of 40 members present. The purpose of the meeting was to update the projects … Read more
Neighborhood Watch meeting Sept. 27 The Highpoint – New Zion neighborhood Watch meeting will be Thursday September 27. Meeting begins at 7:00 P.M. A The Highpoint Fire Department. Our guest speaker will be a Represenative from Crime Stoppers. Please come … Read more
We are all so pleased to finally have lights on the softball field. This has been an ongoing project for several years. The original request was made through the Noxapater Park Committee. Members of the park committee raised concern … Read more
100 Years Ago – September 27, 1912 The Louisville Concert Band will close their summer concert series next Sunday, at 3:30 p.m., at Masonic Park.
NOXAPATER: “Ran” Stevens, who is employed with a railroad south of Hattiesburg, spent a few … Read more
Is your church or organization involved in Operation Christmas Child? Do you want to be? Appoint someone to come to First Baptist Church Saturday September 29 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to head up the drive in your church … Read more
Thank you to Amanda Richardson (Angel’s mom) for her generous donation of school supplies. Throughout the year, teachers and students experience a shortage of classroom supplies such as: pencils, crayons, tissue, antiseptic hand gel, paper, etc… Many times, teachers use … Read more
From press reports
The College of Education at Mississippi State University (MSU) is excited to announce it will continue serving students through the College Knowledge Project (CKP) for the second year.
Shane Davis, project coordinator for the CKP at MSU, … Read more