Partners Advancing Values in Education (PAVE) was created in 2012 to help bridge the communication gap and to help reach consensus between what the citizens of Winston County and Winston County Partners for Community Living (WCPCL) believe … Read more
Mrs. Margurite Rita Savell Funeral services for Mrs. Margurite Rita Savell will be held at 11 AM Thursday, January 31, 2013 at Spring Creek Baptist Church with Rev. Stuart Purvis officiating. Interment was in Spring Creek Baptist Cemetery. John E. … Read more
REPM meeting Feb. 7 Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi will hold its monthly meeting February 7, 2013 in Louisville City Hall at 1:00 PM. Featured speaker will be Babs Fulton, Louisville City Clerk on the duties of the City Clerk.… Read more
Chamber soliciting Art for Red Hills Festival T-shirt The Chamber of Commerce/Main Street is soliciting Art Work that will be printed on the Red Hills Festival T-Shirts as well as the posters and other printed material.
Thank you to Mrs. Apryl Bane and Marilyn Dowdy for their generous donation to our clothing closet. We are in need of khaki pants and underwear for our students, especially sizes 6-10. We try to keep a supply of uniforms, … Read more
Marriage Educators from the Building Strong Families Project met with community leader Rose Coffey-Graham to plan the upcoming “Let It Rip” /BSF workshop. Let it RIP (Recreation Intervention Program) is a group that focuses on wellness and exercise for its … Read more
100 Years Ago –February 7, 1913 NOXAPATER: Mr. B. F. Curtis is erecting a new store house on the east side of the railroad, adjoining the new one occupied by Mr. C. C. Reed. – A number of interested friends … Read more
OSHA HAZWOPER, training for Hazardous Waste Operations Workers, 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. This 40-hour course provides training in remediation … Read more