What is your love language

From Building Strong Families


We all recognize the importance of speaking and understanding the correct language when attempting to communicate with people from different countries. It is also important that you speak and understand the correct love language when … Read more

Louisville set to host Wildcat Classic this weekend

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


The Louisville High School boys and girls basketball teams will be hosting the Wildcat Classic this Friday and Saturday night at the LHS Gymnasium.

The action begins on Friday with the Aberdeen … Read more

Move to Learn team set to visit LES

From press reports


Coach Larry Calhoun, the star of the Move to Learn exercise break videos, will be at the Louisville Elementary School campus on Friday, December 13, 2013 to introduce administrators, teachers and students to the Move to … Read more

Louisville prepares for holidays with Christmas lights

City workers  help make Louisville look a lot more like Christmas as the Louisville Christmas lights are placed around the community.

From staff reports


Recently, the City of Louisville, community volunteers, Louisville Utilities began placing Christmas decorations and lights across the community in all available public spaces.

The Winston County Economic Development Partnership purchased the Christmas lights and decorations from … Read more

Pet of the week


Poppy is still in need of a home.  She is one of the many adult dogs at the shelter, and it’s hard to find homes for them.  Poppy is a very calm dog, and we believe she would be a … Read more

Thanksgiving lunch gives much to the community for 12th year


From staff and press reports


The 12th Annual Thanksgiving Community Luncheon celebrated another successful event this year.

With hundreds of volunteers and hundreds of families fed, the luncheon once again achieved its goal of reaching out and connecting the … Read more

Vickers’ house celebrates 100 years

The Vickers’ House

Submitted by Dottie Dewberry


“A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built with love and dreams.”

Celebrating one hundred years, the Vickers House stands proud and straight as any house built with the most in … Read more

Growing tall


William Smith of Louisville has worked hard in his summer garden. Here he is with one of his okra plants. It measured 14 feet 1 inch before the first frost.

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Local plays role in ballet

From press reports


When Bailey Taylor was a first grader at Grace Christian School she danced in her first Ballet Mississippi Nutcracker. She was six years old and had been cast as an angel in Act II, The Lands … Read more