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News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – June 21, 1912 NOXAPATER: We welcome home Mr. Floyd Estes and his new bride. – Mr. Earl Ingram and Miss Ethel Barnes of Plattsburg were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mitchell this … Read more

ECCC offers truckdriving program throughout district

From press reports

Earn your CDL by letting us bring the training to you at our Decatur, Louisville, and Philadelphia locations. To be eligible, you must be at least seventeen years old for an Intrastate License; twenty-one years old for … Read more

Phishing scam attempt made on Citizen Bank customers

In recent days, attempts have been made by individuals not associated with The Citizens Bank in any way, to extract personal banking information, by phone, from bank customers. These calls originate from telephone scam artists who are involved in “phishing” … Read more

ECCC offers apprenticeship program at training center

From press reports

Instruction in the Core and Level 1 Industrial Maintenance Apprenticeship Program, a program designed to provide training for an entry level multi-craft maintenance technician, is being offered at East Central Community College’s Integrated Technologies Training Center in … Read more

Relay for Life supports cancer fight

From staff reports

Hundreds of people, including more than dozens of cancer survivors, converged on Louisville High School football field Friday night for the Winston County Relay For Life cancer fundraiser.

Event organizers still were counting donations Friday evening as … Read more

South Columbus project represents investment in city

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

With a $253,742.03 federal government, state and city outlay the city of Louisville received a new over lay of South Columbus along with new signage.

The South Columbus project was unique since the … Read more

G.O. Bonds to pave the way to the future

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

Residents weary of worn-down wheel paths, crocodile cracks in the roadways and potholes on their routes to work and home may ride smoother soon since the city recently approved and received $2 million … Read more