‘Open carry’ in Courthouse barred

From staff and press reports


With a new gun carry law taking effect July 1, Winston County Sheriff Jason Pugh and Winston County Board of Supervisors barred any guns from being openly carried in the courthouse.

The laws of … Read more


Mr. Clarence William Holliday

Mr. Clarence William Holliday passed away on June 6, 2013. Holliday was 76 years of age and died in the Winston County Medical Center.

Funeral services were held at New Home U.M. Church on Saturday, June … Read more

50 years

Charles and Johnnye S. McMillan 50th wedding anniversary June 30, 2013

The year was 1963. at 4 o’clock pm at Good Hope Baptist Church, Louisville, Ms, Charles William McMillan and Johnnye Nellwynn Sullivan were united in holy matrimony before God and the company of family and friends.

50 years have passed … Read more

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announces grants for areas

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is seeking applications from cooperatives to provide technical assistance to small, socially disadvantaged agricultural producers in rural areas. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) remains focused on carrying out its mission, despite … Read more


James Tyler Rogers and Amber Renee Eaves

Richard and Gail Eaves of Louisville are happy to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Amber Renee Eaves to James Tyler Rogers, son of Don and Rebecca Rogers of Louisville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Paul … Read more

Reception held


Market Cafe and Johnny wooten helped host a reception welcoming natron to the community when the announcement for the plant was held. The Winston County Chamber thaks market Cafe staff and Wooten for their wecloming event.


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Check It Out At The Library

Check It Out At The Library!

JUNE 2010

The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

Dean Koontz – Deeply Odd

Mary Monroe – Last Daughters

Janet Dailey – Triumph

Clive Cussler – Zero Hour

Carolyn … Read more

Extension unites communities around senior adult services

By Linda Breazeale

MSU Ag Communications


MISSISSIPPI STATE — Several Mississippi communities are taking on projects designed to help senior adults keep their independence and improve their health.

The Mississippi State University Extension Service has challenged communities to assess … Read more

LMSD provides projected budget at hearing

From staff and press reports


The Louisville Municipal School Board held its annual budge hearing June 14 with a small crowd and four of the five trustee members.

Tracy Luke, LMSD business manager, reviewed the 2013-2014 budget. Luke outlined … Read more