Category: News

First Lady helps launch Disaster Awareness Campaign

Bryant and Latham along with the character’s from the book pose with Louisville elementary students.

From staff and press reports

Louisville Elementary 3rd grade students welcomed First Lady Debra Bryant and Director of Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Executive Director Robert Latham to their school on Tuesday.

Each student received a book which detailed what to … Read more

MEC’s Regional Round-Up to stop in Louisville Feb. 18

From staff and press reports

Highlighting the strengths of regions throughout Mississippi is the goal of the Mississippi Economic Council’s Regional Round-Up meetings. The Louisville stop is set for Wednesday, February 18 at Lake Tiak-O’Khata, 213 Smyth Lake Rd.

The … Read more

Secretary of State to attend WMC Noxapater Clinic Open House

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From press and staff reports

Delbert Hosemann, Mississippi Secretary of State will be speaking at the Open House and Ribbon Cutting for Noxapater on February 26 at .

The WMC Noxapater Clinic opened in December and quickly began receiving patients. … Read more

MDE Welcomes First Class to New Superintendents’ Academy

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The Mississippi Department of Education has launched its first Superintendents’ Academy, an advanced leadership training program to assist district leaders in their efforts to improve student outcomes.

The academy has been a priority of the MDE and the Mississippi Board … Read more

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ECCC Choses Class Favorites

The favorites for freshman and sophomore classes of 2014-15 have been announced for East Central Community College in Decatur, following a recent student body election. Those elected include: … Read more

Pennies for Patients kickoff held in LMSD schools

Kerri Rogers, Hunter Rogers, Julie Capdeville, HOSA students Taylor Russell, and Laura Verry talk about the Pennies for Patients program.

From press and staff reports

On February 9, 2015 Louisville Career & Technology Center, Louisville High School, and Fair Elementary started the Pennies for Patients Campaign and joins 29,000 schools nationwide in the fight against blood cancer.

For the next … Read more

Gospel Music Trail bill passes in house, update on week’s activities in House

(L_R): Representative Joey Hood (R-Ackerman) and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn

House members devoted the first part of the week to addressing bills in committee in anticipation of Tuesday’s 8 p.m. deadline to move all general bills and constitutional amendments out of committee and onto the House Calendar. Bills not reported … Read more