Luncheon moves into another year of planning

BATTLE commitee meets to begin planning.

From press & staff reports

 

Once again, residents of Winston County are awaiting the annual event Breast Cancer Awareness To Teach Ladies Early Detection (BATTLE) luncheon.

BATTLE plans are underway. The core group of planners for the annual BATTLE … Read more

Noxubee week has arrived for LHS Wildcats

LHS  photos are by David Keen.

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

It may be week three of the high school football season, but as far as the Louisville High School Wildcats are concerned; the season starts Friday night when they make the short … Read more

Grant to MSU, Louisville schools to aid students

Front row: L to R: Louisville Mayor Will Hill, Dr. Teresa Gamill - MSU, Senator Giles Ward, Dr. Teresa Jayroe- MSU, and Gale Gregory,  Back row: Mark Dillard,  Dr. Richard Blackbourn - MSU, Rep. Michael Evans, and LMSD Superintendent Ken McMullan.

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A nearly $2 million grant awarded to Mississippi State’s College of Education and the Louisville Municipal School District will be used to help boost at-risk student achievements through academic tutoring, teacher intervention and literacy training.

Announced Monday [Aug. 26] … Read more

Marriage event inspired attendees

By Press Reports

 

Nationally known speaker and author Robert Little inspired all those who attended Friday night’s Marriage Enrichment Event.  The event was sponsored by the Building Strong Families program.  The audience at Lake Tiak-O’Khata was encouraged by Mr. … Read more

DAR workshop held for members in Columbus

Submitted by Bettye Forster

 

Nanih Waiya Chapter DAR members Pam Kirk and Janis Tabor attended the recent Hills District genealogical workshop in Columbus.

An excellent speech on how to trace your family was given by State Regent Billie Breedlove. … Read more