Special Education Case Manager Carolyn Hampton retires

Submitted by Elemtra Patterson

 

Away she goes, after 15 years in the Department of Special Education, Louisville Municipal School District. Louisville, MS. The staff, her family, friends and the community came to a reception in her honor on Friday, … Read more

Winston County adds Scenic Byway to attractions

From press and staff reports

 

Winston County and The Winston County Economic Development Partnership are proud to announce the passing of a bill to designate the Noxubee Hills Route as one of Mississippi’s Scenic Byways through the Mississippi Legislature.… Read more

MDEQ awards solid waste grant to Winston County

From press reports

 

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has awarded Winston County a solid waste assistance grant of $14,874 that will be used by the county to clean up illegal dump sites.

“The Solid Waste Assistance Grants … Read more

Nannie Maude Reynolds Home for Christmas released

From press reports

 

After writing three novels of Historical Fiction, Nannie Reynolds decided that it was time for something new.

Mrs. Reynolds wrote Home for Christmas, which tells of a middle-aged widow that was forced into early retirement to … Read more

Henderson-Pate

James Russell (Russ) Pate, Jr. and Amanda Claire Henderson

Mr. Aaron Henderson, Jr. and Mrs. Phyllis Dawkins Edwards are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Amanda Claire Henderson to James Russell (Russ) Pate, Jr., son of Mrs. Sue Hendrix Pate and the late Mr. … Read more

Local Hotel tax passes, Ball wins reelection

Louisville voters or at least 809 of those voters chose to pass a 2 percent tax on hotels and motels.

The tax is projected to raise approximately $40,000 annually, which is earmarked for improvements to parks and recreation to benefit … Read more