“My Teacher Academy student was truly inspired when she helped a 3rd grader at Fair Elementary reach his accelerated reading goal,” said Helen Black, Teacher Academy instructor at the Winston County Career and Technical Education Center. … Read more
Winston Medical Center recently partnered with Atlanta-based Morrison to operate its entire food-services department, including patient meals and cafeteria in July 2012. On November 1, 2012 Morrison’s announced that is has become the industry’s … Read more
REPM to meet Jan. 3 Retired Education Personnel of Miss. meeting ( REPM ) will meet Jan. 3, 2013 at Louisville City Hall starting at 1:00 PM with speaker: Clay Bane, Miss Bureau of Investigation of the Miss. Highway Patrol … Read more
Candidates for the District 1 Louisville Municipal School Board of Trustees may pick up nominating petitions and other applicable documents in the LMSD superintendent’s office at 112 South Columbus Ave in Louisville.
In 1988 while in law school at Ole Miss, Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn lost his parents and younger sister to a drunk driver. Speaker Gunn says his entire, immediate family was taken in one moment.
Kwanzaa celebration Dec. 28 WIN (Women in the NAACP) is presenting the African American Cultural Holiday, KWANZAA, on Friday, December 28, 2012, 6:00 P.M. at Mt. Sinai M.B. Church. The presenter is performing and visual artists, Sister Yomi (Renee “Abayomi” … Read more
Antietam’s battlefield lies peaceful and serene today among the cornfields and monuments and markers, dedicated reminders of a fierce battle fought here 150 years ago. In 1862, September 17, these gentle hills and ravines were covered with … Read more