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Friends of Legion Park holds Christmas Party

The friends of Legion State Park met on December 1, to celebrate with a Christmas Party.

The festivities began at 5:00 p.m. with several members decorating the beautiful Christmas tree, when they finished it was really beautiful. During this time … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors by Carolyn Mills

The Friends of Legion State Park moved into the Christmas Season on Saturday night at Legion Lodge when they held their annual Trim the Tree party. Shari Flake, member of Winston Garden Club, bought the new almost to the ceiling … Read more

Fire destroys home in Louisville

From staff reports

A house fire in Louisville reportedly sent 4 residents to the hospital Monday morning.

The Louisville Fire Department responded to a fire at 700 North Columbus Avenue around 6:50 Monday morning.

Two adults and two children were … Read more

Supervisors approve contracts; examine costs savings

From staff and press reports

In the December 3 regular meeting, the Winston County Board of Supervisors approved several contracts and discussed cost savings in the county.

The board approved a contract with Alliance Health Center which outlined that the … Read more

Talent contest, slate of events fill Saturday

From staff reports

A full slate activities will fill this Saturday’s calendar in Winston County.

Dec. 8: • Talent Show: 9 a.m. at the courthouse. Mainly Music of Louisville will be hosting a talent show contest to be held in … Read more

LMSD Building needs becomes hot topic

From staff reports

The cost and division of the monies to each school for proposed buildings in the district have become a hot topic for the community.

The Louisville Municipal School Board will address those questions and concerns at a … Read more

Teacher Academy spotlights Catchot

By Helen Black

Mrs. Allison Catchot graduated from the University of North Alabama with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. Her first teaching job was at Noxapater Attendance Center where she taught for eight years. This is her … Read more

Pilots spread Christmas cheer

by Theresa Bridges

With good eats and holiday cheer, the Pilots showed their Christmas spirit as they entertained the Winston County Nursing Home occupants recently. After Pilot President, DeLaine Woodruff, read the Christmas Story, some 45-50 residents sang Christmas carols … Read more