From press Reports
Chancellor Joseph Kilgore of Philadelphia was recently elected vice-chair of the Conference of Chancery Judges.
Conference officers were elected Wednesday, April 27 during the Spring Trial and Appellate Judges Conference in Biloxi. Chancellor Jacqueline Mask of Tupelo … Read more
From press and staff reports
The Louisville Board of Aldermen held a public hearing regarding a zoning request during its May 3 meeting held at City Hall.
A public hearing was held in conjuction with a request for the rezoning … Read more
East Central Community College in Decatur is offering a variety of courses this summer both online and on the Decatur campus, as well as its locations in Carthage, Louisville, and Philadelphia.
The college is offering courses during three terms: Summer … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal
Louisville High School boys basketball coach Kenyon Ross, who has two state championship titles and professional playing experience overseas to his credit, is hosting a three-day basketball camp on June 1-3 for boys currently … Read more
By TRACY GREGORY FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCE EXTENSION
Skin Cancer is a growing public health problem in our country. Learn ways to prevent and provide first aid for heat illness, protection from ultraviolet light and early detection of skin cancers. … Read more
(April 27, 2016) – “Emergency loans for farmers, ranchers, and operators are available through the Oktibbeha Office of the Farm Service Agency,” Douglas E. Naron, FSA Farm Loan Manager, said today.
According to Mr. Naron, this authority is … Read more
Members of the Town and Country Garden Club met at the West Union Presbyterian Church. There were 13 members present. Hostesses were Noniene Keen and Elaine Thompson.
President Debbie Moody called the meeting to order. Dale Shumaker gave the inspiration … Read more
Mothers play an essential role in protecting their children from the impact of tobacco. Tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure are a leading cause of death among women. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 86,000 … Read more