Anthony Gund makes Northwest Dean’s List

From press reports

SENATOBIA, MS (06/07/2016)– Anthony Gund of Louisville was among the list of distinguished Northwest Mississippi Community College students to be recognized for making the Dean’s List during the Spring 2016 semester.

Those students completing 12 or more … Read more

Nashville film fest fun

Recently, Carl Jackson and Robin Arnold attended the Nashville Film Festival at Green Hills Theatres.  It was an exciting night for the couple who were there to enjoy the premiere of “Born in Bristol,” which was directed by Chusy Jardine. … Read more

Winston Plywood hosts pre-employment orientation

From staff reports

As Winston Plywood and Veneer nears its completion date for construction, the mill recently held a Pre-Employment Orientation from June 6-10 for current applicants as well as those interested in applying for employment.

The orientation also featured … Read more

Rotary to host annual banquet and dinner

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New club members recognized

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Paul Harris Fellows recognized in the club

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David Boydstun reads to local students as part of the Rotary readers program.

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An outstanding tradition will be continued as the Louisville Rotary Clubs … Read more

Calendar of Events

Farmers’ Market

June 16

The Winston County Farmers’ Market will open on June 16 at the Louisville Coliseum, 201 Ivy Avenue, from 3:30 pm. until 5:30 pm. If you would like to sell produce, crafts, or baked goods the set … Read more

Teen SLP Program

These teens enjoyed a talk at the Winston County Library this past week by Mr. Bill Blackwell (center, holding thank you card), Executive Director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.  As part of the Teen Summer Library … Read more

Editorial roundup

No good news about budget

The evidence continues to grow about Mississippi’s budget: Spending will have to be cut because tax revenues are lower than expected. At a public hearing last week conducted by the Legislative Black Caucus, state health … Read more