News

Hollingsworth gains Star Student status

Danielle M Hollingsworth, 17, of Sturgis, Ms., has been named as STAR
(Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition) Student for the 2012-2013
school year by the Mississippi Economic Council’s M.B. Swayze
Educational Foundation, sponsor of the STAR program. She is the
daughter of … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –April 11, 1913
NOXAPATER: Misses Lyda Coleman, Eva Hickman, Hassie Jackson, Virgie
and Arline Reed, Pearl VanLandingham, Ora McBrayer and others went up
to Louisville Friday evening and attended the county examination for
teachers. –

Mr. and … Read more

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Thank you to Kitty Hatcher and Hazel Garrett for their generous
donation of uniforms to our clothing closet. We greatly appreciate
any and all donations!

Fair Elementary’s Kindergarten Registration will be held on April 9th
-11th from 8:00 am until … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors by Carolyn Mills

At the April meeting of Winston Guards # 2643 Mississippi Division of
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Frances Woodruff portrayed Carrie
The lady who has become known as the “Widow of the South” for her
role in creating the final … Read more

Doors of Hope Center, food program, relocates

By Elmetra Patterson

The Doors of Hope Center has been a beacon of hope for over 700
residents of Louisville who have received food for their nearly bare
cupboard. This vital agency was forced to move March 31, 2013 for… Read more

Bee Hive Homes announces large expansion

From press reports

Bee Hive Homes of Mississippi announces that plans are underway for
the expansion of Bee Hive Homes of Louisville. Plans are currently
underway with construction to start in April.

The expansion of the Louisville facility will include … Read more

Easter at WCCRCF service a success

From press reports

The first ever Easter service was conducted at the Winston/Choctaw
Correctional Facility for 67 inmates.

Lee Wylie, a visiting lay speaker of the Gospel of Jesus Christ,
brought the message.

Following the message, the inmates participated in … Read more

ARC checks on success of investments

From staff and press reports

Appalachian Regional Commission Federal Co-Chair Earl Gohl visited
Winston County March 28 to find out about some of the successes of
programs partially funded by the ARC.

Louisville High School was the first stop in … Read more