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National Hunting/Fishing Day Saturday

By James L. Cummins
Special to The Journal

Wildlife enthusiasts will celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day on Saturday.

In 1970, Pennsylvania Governor Raymond Shafter created “Outdoor Sportsman’s Day” in that state. In early 1972, Congress unanimously passed bills declaring … Read more

Louisville Fortnightly Club holds monthly meeting

Submitted

The Louisville Fortnightly Club met on Patriot’s Day, September 11 for a Dutch Treat luncheon at Lake Tiak-O’khata. The tables were covered in fall colors and centered with yellow mums in straw hat baskets. Members were greeted by club … Read more

Wildlife Outdoor Festival Set

Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge is hosting the Wildlife Outdoor Learning Festival on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM to celebrate Mississippi wildlife, outdoor recreation, and nature-inspired art.  The WOLF will include: … Read more

Obituaries – 9/24/2014

Miss Flora Rene Thames
Funeral services for Miss Flora Rene Thames, 53, were held at 1 p.m., September 16 at Pleasant Ridge M.B. Church in Louisville. Rev. Anthony Thames officiated. Burial followed in Friendship cemetery in Gholson, MS.

Miss Thames … Read more

ECCC men’s soccer

ECCC Men's Soccer Team 2014_2098

Members of the 2014 East Central Community College men’s soccer team and their respective high schools include … Read more

Listening to Mississippians: Speaker Gunn in county today

From press reports

Speaker of the House Philip Gunn is a good listener. He’s known in many circles as being the man to call when you need to not only be heard but to be understood. From his family members … Read more

NW DAR celebrates Constitution Week

Mary Tabor, Mayor Will Hill, Paula Fulton and Aubree Fulton, (back row) Susan Clark, Janis Tabor, Brenda Hunt, Annie Pearl Matthews, Patricia Stokes.

From staff and press reports

Sept. 17, marked the beginning of the national celebration of Constitution Week. The weeklong commemoration of America’s most important document is one of America’s least known official observances.

The Nanih Waiya Daughters of the American … Read more

Co-Med hosts ribbon cutting

(Right) Members of the community along with CoMed staff recently celebrated its Grand Opening on September 13.

Co-Med Health Care Services located on North Church Street in Louisville held their ribbon cutting Saturday, September 13.

Lyquala Buford, the administrator, stated “We have a passion for taking care of our elderly.” … Read more