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Coalition holds meeting to help the build stronger communities

The Building Strong Families (BSF) quarterly coalition meeting was held Friday at Lake Tiak O’Khata in Louisville.

The crowd of 32 people included community leaders from Oktibbeha, Choctaw and Winston Counties. The coalition was created to provide leadership and guidance … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – December 20, 1912 LOUISVILLE: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Reed, a fine boy on the 17th. – The little four months old baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Author Clark was badly burned in … Read more

Teacher Academy spotlights Wilson

By Helen Black

Miss Wilson is a third grade teacher at Fair Elementary School. She is a recent graduate of Mississippi State University and is from Houston, Texas.

This is her first year to teach school. She said that she … Read more

Santa Letters

Dear Santa, My name is NaKiya Hannah. I am 5 years old. I have tried to be very good this year. Please bring me: Boy doll Thank you and have a safe trip! I Love You! Fair Elementary School K… Read more

Santa Letters

Dear Santa, I have been a nice kid this year, and I want a bike, scooter, Madden 13, football gloves, wristbands, a new shiny Nike Visor, and a basketball goal. Although I want all of these things, the one thing … Read more

Santa Letters

Dear Santa, My names is Tyler Tate. I am 4 years old. I have tried to be very good this year. Please bring me: kitchen set and guitar. Thank you and have a safe trip! I love you! Mrs. Sheridan … Read more

Santa Letters

Mrs. Blackwell’s Pre-K Class Fair Elementary Dear Santa, I want PSP, a football, a basketball, a bike, fake scissors, glue, swing set, dinosaurs (a girl one), toys fake baby dolls, + a bear. May brothers want footballs and my sisters … Read more

MHSAA awards football players

With the end of the Mississippi High School Activities Association 2012 football season, several Winston county players received postseason honors.

The 2012 Mississippi Association of Coaches recently announced the Class 1A and 4A All-State teams as well as the All-MAIS
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Crowd examines amended building proposal at meeting

By Joseph McCain
The Winston County Journal
The Louisville Municipal School Board discussed an amended version on the proposed building program in the district.

The new program outlined about $5.4 million in expenditures versus the first plan that had about
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