ECCC adds 44 Warrior Corp Members

Winston County Warrior Corps Members
These East Central Community College students from Winston County are among new members of the Warrior Corps. Pictured are (first row, from left) Jade Smith, Samantha Morgan and Morgan Orr, all of Louisville; and Amy Hall of Nanih Waiya; (second row, from left) Madison Barnett and Anna Claire Webb, both of Noxapater; Madelon Taylor of Louisville and Megan Robinson of Nanih Waiya; and (back row, from left) Karla Higginbotham, Leslie Estes, and Channing Parkes, all of Nanih Waiya; Joelie Hill of Louisville and Logan Gregory of Nanih Waiya.  Warrior Corps is a select group of students who assist in recruiting and serve as hosts for special events on the Decatur campus. Student Services staff members Lanette Hanna and Romonica Evans serve as sponsors. (EC PHOTO)

Forty-four students were recently selected for membership in the East Central Community College Warrior Corps, a select group chosen to represent the College with recruiting endeavors and special events on the Decatur campus.

Joining the prestigious organization are … Read more

UDC hosts Steady On at meeting

Frances Woodruff, Ex-Division President of Mississippi and current President of Winston Guards 2643 of Louisville, was appointed by President General Pam Trammell to serve as Registrar General for 2014-2015 at the Annual United Daughters of the Confederacy Convention held in Richmond, VA, November 7-10, 2014.

The Winston Guards 2643 UDC chapter of Louisville had their December meeting at Lake Tiak O’Khata on December 1. Hostesses were Mrs. Barbara Pearson and daughters Becky Pearson, Christy Creel and Beth Boatner. The meeting was opened by Becky who … Read more

Town and Country Garden Club meets

Picture from r to l  Frances Ball, Dale Shumaker.

The November meeting of the Town & Country Garden Club was held in the home of Mrs. Frances Ball. Co-hostess for the meeting was Mrs. Dale Shumaker. A cup of hot cider was served to each member as they arrived.… Read more

District Reading Fair held at Eiland Middle School

Charles Lampley and he is in the 9th grade at LHS.  He came in Second place in the individual non-fiction section with the topic of his book on Thurgood Marshall

From press & staff reports

The 2014/2015 District Reading Fair from Louisville Municipal School District was held on Friday, November 21 at Eiland Middle School. The first place winners will move on to the Regional Reading Fair, which will be … Read more