Category: News

New clinic

Last week’s “Meet and Greet” at Louisville Medical Clinic was a success! Choctaw Regional Medical Center’s new clinic opened on June 8 and is open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Walk-ins…

Reed promoted to Director of Operations

Bee Hive Homes of Mississippi is pleased to announce the promotion of Melba Reed to Director of Operations for the Mississippi franchise. Melba began her career with Bee Hive Homes in 2007 as Administrator for Bee Hive Homes of Louisville.…

Pilot Club of Louisville holds monthly meeting

Submitted Pilot Club meeting was held on July 16, 2015 at Lake Tiak O’ Khata where President Beverly Wilkes called the meeting to order. President Beverly welcomed everyone and guest. President Beverly, Governor –

Pet of the week – 07/22/15

Betsy is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. She has been spayed and her adoption fee is $20. They have many animals available for adoption. To see pictures of some of those animals, find them on Facebook. Hours are…

New local company raises funds for Ward’s ongoing treatment

From staff reports Less than two months after opening for business, Swanky Traditions has donated nearly $1,500 to help a young man diagnosed with cancer. Swanky Traditions, a new clothing brand, founded by Greg Mitchell and Aaron Brown of Meridian…

Children discover new love for robots at camp

By Linda Breazeale MSU Ag Communications Samyra Harris, 7, did not know what she was getting into when her mother enrolled her in a 4-H Cloverbud robotics camp for three days at Mississippi State University. “I thought we would just…

Preparation can calm 1st-time student jitters

By Susan Collins-Smith MSU Ag Communications Starting school is a milestone that can be marked by anxiety for first-time students and parents, but the right preparation can make the transition easier. Beth Bell, a child and family agent with Mississippi…

Helping others

True generosity for fellow mankind was shown July 11 at the Louisville Coliseum. A benefit/ rodeo was held in memory of

Old becomes new again

Submitted by Frances Stewart Ball The “Aywon Drive In” was the hot spot for teenagers in the 50s and 60s. It was a small café on North Church Street between the Shell Station and El Rodeo restaurant. It was a…

Fulfill taste preferences in a balanced lunchbox

By Nathan Gregory MSU Ag Communications Packing a balanced school lunch that kids like requires one skill: observation. Brent Fountain, nutritionist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, recommended that parents recognize what their children like eating the most at…