News

House members pass a variety of bills

Submitted by District 35 Rep. Joey Hood

House members passed a variety of bills this week in advance of the approaching final deadlines of the 2015 Legislative Session. Most of the bills were before the House for concurrence or non-concurrence. … Read more

The Way We Were

Anna Jean Allen provides news by looking at the past.

Personal Hygiene Ads – circa 1940

The ad people had a ball pushing their products during this PERIOD. MAGAZINES, BILLBOARDS, NEWSPAPERS, EVEN RADIO. THERE WERE Some really catchy slogans, jingles, … Read more

It’s Elementary – 03/25/2015

Jennie Caperton, elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.

Tomorrow is the last day for Pre-K registration for the 2015-2016 school year. Registration is from 8:00a.m.- 2:00p.m. Parents will need to bring their … Read more

Calendar of Events – 03/25/2015

Ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cutting for Humana Insurance will be at the Chamber Office March 25, 2015 at 10:00 am. Please come by and thank Mr. Baker for joining the Chamber of Commerce and being a part of the community and … Read more

Chamber Banquet set for April 28

From staff reports

As part of the remembrance and recognition of the heroes of the April 28, 2014 EF4 tornado, the Winston County Area Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Banquet on April 28, 2015.

The  58th Annual Banquet … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 03/25/2015

More problems

I Mr Vincent P. Triplett on Ve HaLF of my Blessing that the Lord gave me her name is Ms Patsy A Higgins/Triplett She keep asking yall to leave her alone she is not messing with yall cause … Read more

Red Hills Festival planning continues

From staff reports

With beautiful weather hoped for and guaranteed entertainment planned, the 35th Annual Red Hills Festival in downtown Louisville is set for Memorial Day weekend Friday, May 22 and Saturday, May 23.

“This promises to be a need … Read more

Memories of our County – 03/25/2015

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Transportation
Once upon a time a young couple was courting in the front room of the old farmhouse.

The hour was getting late and it was time for the … Read more

Louisville Fortnightly Club holds meeting

The Louisville Fortnightly Club met Thursday, March 12 in the Lake Tiak O’Khata Room for a Dutch Treat luncheon with Mrs. Lex Taylor hostess assisted by her daughter, Miss Bailey Taylor. Each circular table was centered with a St. Patrick … Read more