News

Grace Christian excited about new classrooms

From press reports

As school starting time nears, faculty and staff at Grace are excitedly watching the progress of the renovation/construction.

They are in the process of renovation of the existing high school classrooms and are adding 4 to 5 … Read more

Pilots attend Las Vegas Convention

Submittted by Tara Woodward

Mary Blanset, Babs Fulton,Gail Massey, DeLaine Woodruff and Tara Woodward, members of the Pilot Club of Louisville, was one of hundreds of Pilot members from five countries who convened in Las Vegas July 18-22 for the … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – August 2, 1912 NOXAPATER: Miss May Farish of Stallo is spending a few days with Mrs. Dr. John Hickman. – Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawrence visited Mr. S. D. Lawrence at Rocky Hill last Sunday. -… Read more

ECCC offers ‘Pharmacy Tech’ Class in Louisville

From press reports

Instruction in “Pharmacy Technician” is being offered at the East Central Community College Career Advancement Center located in the old Spartus facility at 923 South Church Street in Louisville.

Registration will be held on Monday, August 6, … Read more

Road and bridge repairs completed and ongoing

From staff reports

Several drivers in the county are experiencing a smoother ride down area roads after some recent bridge and road repairs.

Both deficient bridges on Sims Road, located in District 4 and 5, are now open to local … Read more

LMSD board holds officer elections

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

The Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees held their election for board officers during their regularly monthly meeting on July 17 at 5:30 p.m.

The election of the board officially was originally … Read more

Strategies can reduce cost of clothes

By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Ag Communications

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Creativity and planning ahead can make buying school clothes for the coming year gentler on checking accounts, even when parents have more than one child.

A growing percentage of Mississippi young … Read more

Back to School Rally this weekend

From press reports

The Winston County Branch NAACP is sponsoring its 6th annual Back to School/Stay in School Rally thanks to the support of the community during its annual Freedom Fund Banquets. The rally will take place on Saturday, July … Read more

Mayor’s Youth Council working to help community

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

The Louisville Mayor’s Youth Council recently held their first ever “mini-retreat” this past Friday and Saturday.

The youth council initiative was created this past March by the efforts of Mayor Will Hill to … Read more