On Tuesday, May 27, Sen. Thad Cochran visited Winston County to review the progress made since the tornado hit on April 28.
Sen. Cochran along with Congressman Alan Nunnelee and Congressman Gregg Harper had toured the area shortly after the … Read more
Employees at Mississippi Power’s currently under construction Kemper Co. energy facility near De Kalb have gotten involved in the tornado recovery efforts.
At the plant’s May safety meeting a few days after the tornado devastated the Louisville … Read more
Audrey Griffin will represent Winston County in the 64th Miss Hospitality Pageant, July 25 and 26 at the historic Saenger Theater downtown Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Audrey is the daughter of Joey and Angie Griffin. She has recently graduated … Read more
Tyler Yarbough, 26, was recently sworn in as a Louisville Police Department officer. Yarbrough has been on duty since April 17 and noted that with the recent tornado the job as had a quick learning curve. Yarbrough noted that he … Read more
The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science is pleased to announce the impending graduation of the following students from your area.
LaMarra Coleman, of Louisville, is the daughter of Nona Armstrong. In the fall, Coleman plans to … Read more
Bill Haslam, the governor of Tennessee, has recently named 116 people to 39 boards and commissions in his latest round of appointments. Dr. Karen Ball, a native of Louisville and graduate of Louisville High School, has … Read more
A free legal clinic designed provided guidance to Winston County residents in the wake of the recent tornadoes.
Three members of the Mississippi Center of Justice held one-on-one sessions Thursday, May 22, at the MSU Winston County … Read more
The Winston County Self Help Youth Forestry Field Day was held at Legion State Park on May 19.
The program brought educational information about the outdoors to 160 participants from the Louisville Municipal School District.… Read more
AmeriCares is helping a Mississippi health care center leveled by the April 28 tornado remain open, ensuring access to care for the 3,200 low-income patients who rely on its services.
The global health and disaster relief organization … Read more