On February 9, 2015 Louisville Career & Technology Center, Louisville High School, and Fair Elementary started the Pennies for Patients Campaign and joins 29,000 schools nationwide in the fight against blood cancer.
House members devoted the first part of the week to addressing bills in committee in anticipation of Tuesday’s 8 p.m. deadline to move all general bills and constitutional amendments out of committee and onto the House Calendar. Bills not reported … Read more
This Friday, February 13th, First Baptist Church, Louisville, will be hosting a “Little Hearts Luncheon.” The proceeds from this luncheon will be used to buy materials and literature for all 7 of the Good News Clubs in … Read more
The Noxapater Tigers and Nanih Waiya Warriors showed their strength during the regional powerlifting meet at Velma Jackson last Thursday, qualifying a combed 13 athletes for the MHSAA Class 1A State Meet that will … Read more
Chuck is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. He has been neutered, and he weighs around 25-30 lbs. Chuck is great around the other dogs at the shelter. Adoption fee is $20. Shelter hours are … Read more