Veterans’ Day Parade and Harvest fest a big success

(Above) Veterans march through downtown during the Veterans’ Parade Nov. 2. (RIght) One of Winston County’s smallest residents waves a flag in support of the Veterans.

From press reports   Louisville’s annual Veterans Day Parade was held Saturday, November 2 at 11 a.m. Veterans, Louisville Elementary Melody Makers, MSU ROTC, and many others lined the streets for the parade Saturday morning. The parade ended in front…

Pet of the week

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Julie is a spayed female mixed breed who is available for adoption.  She is a young adult who gets along great with the other dogs at the shelter.  To see more pictures of Julie and the other animals available for…

Penny’s from Heaven to celebrate 10 years

Crowson helps a customer with a purchase.

From staff reports   Penny’s from Heaven in Louisville will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary on Saturday, November 9. Penny Crowson, owner of Penny’s from Heaven, states that she has “enjoyed being in business for the Lord and for…

It’s Elementary

Louisville Fire Department teaching Fair Elementary students about Fire Safety

Brandy Blanton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home. Thank you to our local Lil’ Blessings Consignment Sale for their generous donation of uniforms to our clothing closet. Your donation is greatly appreciated and…

Pet of the week

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Foster is hoping to find his forever home!  He has been neutered and gets along great with the other dogs at the shelter.  We have several pictures of Foster and the other animals available for adoption on our Facebook page. …

Head Start Awareness month recognized

Photo: Mayor Will Hill recently signed the proclamation with Mattie Cooper Regional Administrator; Kimmie Jones, Center Administrator; Keaton Boyd, Rhinna Ball, Jackson Ford, Johnta Wooten; Helen Triplett, Teacher; Dean Miller Assistant Center Administrator; Sakari Davis, Makala Yarbrough, Rosa Roberts and Aubrey Welch.

From staff and press reports   On October 22, 1982, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October Head Start Awareness Month. Thirty-one years after the proclamation, his words still inspire many to celebrate this great program: “Perhaps the most significant factor in…