Category: News

‘United We Feed’ 3-week food drive underway

From press reports

 

The “United We Feed” 3-week food drive sponsored by the United Way of North Mississippi is in its last week. If you were planning to donate and for some reasons thought, it was too late. I … Read more

WA Honor Roll

WA Honor Roll

First Grade Honor Roll

Paxton Greer; Michael Hemphill; Maddie Page; Adeline Perkins; Macie Smith; Leighton Tidwell; Lane Tingle; Wyatt Tingle; Blaine VanLandingham; Brayden Young.

First Grade Good Conduct

Maddi Foster; Colt Fulton; Paxton Greer; Edie Miles; Keely … Read more

Postal Service announces Holiday 2016 mailing deadlines

From press reports

The U.S. Postal Service announced the 2016 holiday mailing and shipping deadlines for domestic and international destinations as customers begin to prepare for the busy shopping and shipping season. Customers are encouraged to ship early.

To ensure … Read more

Calendar of Events

La Leche League meeting

4th Sat. each month

La Leche League of Louisville meets monthly on the 4th Saturday of each month from 1-2 p.m. at the County Extension Building. La Leche League offers mother-to-mother support, leaders accredited by La … Read more

Luncheon recognizing Vietnam Veterans set

The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution would like to pay tribute to those who served our country during the Vietnam War Era between 1961 and 1975. Whether you served at home or abroad, we want … Read more

Louisville Christmas Parade set for Dec. 5

The Louisville Christmas Parade has been scheduled for 5:30 p.m., Monday, December 5. This year’s theme is “The 12 Days of Christmas”. The Winston County Chamber of Commerce is asking any and all to consider entering a float in this … Read more

Great American Smokeout November 17

A smoked turkey is probably on the list this holiday season, but cross off tobacco products. This year, take part in the American Cancer Society’s 2017 Great American Smokeout, when smokers choose to go tobacco-free for 24 hours. It’s a … Read more

Don’t let opinions ruin holiday peace

By Linda Breazeale

MSU Extension Service

 

On the heels of a heated political season, make family peace a priority during the upcoming holidays.

Alisha Hardman, an assistant professor in the Mississippi State University School of Human Sciences, said holidays … Read more

Winston County holds ribbon cutting for OCC

From press reports

Hundreds of Winston County residents will transform empty shoe boxes into gifts filled with toys, school supplies and hygiene items while providing several local locations as collection sites this year for the Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas … Read more

FEMA approves street and drainage project funds for City of Louisville

From staff and press reports

The City of Louisville recently received funding approval from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for almost $5 million in street and drainage repair in the city.

“Our focus (for the street and drainage repair) … Read more