Marriage education classes offered

Marriage Educators from the Building Strong Families Project met with community leader Rose Coffey-Graham to plan the upcoming “Let It Rip” /BSF workshop. Let it RIP (Recreation Intervention Program) is a group that focuses on wellness and exercise for its … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –February 7, 1913 NOXAPATER: Mr. B. F. Curtis is erecting a new store house on the east side of the railroad, adjoining the new one occupied by Mr. C. C. Reed. – A number of interested friends … Read more

ECCC Workforce Development offers OSHA

OSHA HAZWOPER, training for Hazardous Waste Operations Workers, is being offered at the East Central Community College Career Advancement Center located in the old Spartus facility at 923 South Church Street in Louisville. This 40-hour course provides training in remediation … Read more

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MIKE SKIPPER MSU COUNTY EXTENSION COORDINATOR

Container gardening has become one of the most versatile and creative forms of garden design. Many of us have used containers in various aspects to add color, texture, and art throughout our landscaped areas. … Read more

Threet earns GED

Destiny Lashay Threet, daughter of Lacosta and Dewayne Yates, of Louisville and the late James Threet formerly of Kosciusko graduated from ECCC Thursday January 24, 2013, with her GED Degree.

She is planning to furhter pursue her education in August … Read more

Supervisors tackle regular business after MLK day

From press and staff reports

The Winston County Board of Supervisors convened to cover almost two dozen items before ending the first month of business in 2013.

The board in the Tuesday, January 22 approved payments on the work on … Read more