Category: News

Let’s be Neighbors

Carolyn Mills

Provides a weekly view from the community.

Several bits of news that I have not reported will be in this column. The civic clubs to which I belong will be starting up in September and hopefully, I will … Read more

Kelly discusses catfish legislation, small business during visit

From staff reports

Winston County residents came out to visit with one of their representatives serving their district when Congressman Trent Kelly visited Lake Tiak O’Khata August 4 for a Dutch Treat meal in the Colonial Room.

This was one … Read more

Local merchants to participate in tailgate event

From staff reports

The next chapter in Winston County football will soon begin, and it will kick off with the community invited to show their team spirit, as The Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Main Street of Louisville will … Read more

Local scouts to earn Eagle Scout honor


Braxton Bane project

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Eric Sudduth and his project.

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Nicholas Triplett project of repairing the light and the doors of the Old National Guard Armory.

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Nicholas Triplett

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Taylor Russell and his project at the Masonic Cemetery.

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Taylor Russell and his project

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Walls for a house of worship

The reconstruction of Still Valley Missionary Baptist Church continues to progress with the initial framing of the building by several volunteers, groups and others from the surrounding area donating their time and effort to the project. One of the groups … Read more

Marshall becomes certified officer

On August 04,2016 at 10 am Officer Justin Marshall completed the 12 week basic training at the Ms Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy.

He will now be a certified Law Enforcement Officer.

MLEOTA’s Basic Law Enforcement Officer Training consists of … Read more

Check It Out


The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:

Ace Atkins – The Innocents
Elizabeth Adler – The Charmer
Tracie Peterson – A Beauty Refined
James Patterson’s Bookshots – The Trial
Iris Johansen – Night … Read more

4th Annual Nanih Waiya Fall Festival set for October 8

From staff reports

The 4th Annual Nanih Waiya Fall Festival is gearing up to be another great one.
This year’s Fall Festival will be held Saturday, October 8 at the Nanih Waiya Community Park.

The vendors have already started rolling … Read more

Look back at the Libary summer program

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1st grade reading winners: (l-r)  3rd place winner – T. J. Hanna (29 books)           2nd place winners (tie)  – Dorianne Jernigan (32 books) and Tori Blevins (32 books)           1st place winner – Jalailah Walker (45 books)

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11th Grade 1st place

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