Category: News

Focus Manor still has openings

By Elmetra Patterson Focus Manor Inc., a nonprofit 501 (c) 3, continues to seek applicants for its facility which is located at 402 East John C. Stennis Drive, Louisville, MS. Open house was held on July 18, 2015 and the…

Tax questions

The Retired Educational Personnel of Mississippi in Winston County held its August meeting August 6, 2015 in Louisville City Hall at 1:00 PM.

Pro softball pitcher joins EMCC coaching staff

From school reports SCOOBA – Alison Owen, a two-year professional player with the Akron Racers of the National Pro Fastpitch and a former Southeastern Conference standout pitcher, has been named assistant softball coach at East Mississippi Community College.  The announcement…

65th McMillin & Related Families Reunion celebrated

Submitted by Sylvia Bennett McMillin, secretary With the anticipation of the beginning of August, comes the anticipation of the McMillin Reunion….and oftentimes the dread of the hot Mississippi temperatures for Saturday’s outside event. Over fifty McMillin kin were pleasantly surprised…

AR testing

Students from the public schools and Winston Academy have been doing their Accelerated Reading Testing at the Winston County Library summer. 

Camp Time

(L to R) Michael Burt, Michaela Burt, and John Mark Wallace of Louisville recently attended the Mississippi Farm Bureau Safety Camp held at Gray Center near Canton, MS. The four-day event featured sessions on Fire Safety, Certified CPR, Shop &…

Pet of week – 08/12/15

Tommie is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. He has been neutered and his adoption fee is $20. To see pictures of Tommie and some of the other animals available for adoption, find us on Facebook. www.facebook.com/louisvillefriendsoftheanimals

Correction: Ready to help

Winston Medical Center welcomes their newest healthcare provider, Jennifer Palmer, Nurse Practioner to the Winston Medical Clinics.   

DAR at work

Pictured are members of Nanih Waiya DAR Chapter who attended the Hills Convention in Columbus last week.