Mental Health Month

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May is Mental Health Awareness month. During the month of May, Community Counseling Services have made a conscious effort to bring awareness to the significance of Mental Healthcare and how it affects our community. Positive community support, education against stigmas … Read more

Lymphoma Survivor Bash for Salexxius Mays

by Elmetra Patterson


On Sunday, June 2, 2013, 3 – 6 p.m., there will be a BASH in honor of Salexxius Mays. This event will be held at Dean Park (Center Ridge Park), Hwy 15 South, Louisville, MS 39339. … Read more

Calendar of Events

Homecoming June 2

91st Homecoming 2013 June 2nd Hight Assembly of God, Noxapater, MS, Special honored guest, Rev. Keith & Christi Jones (missionaries to Africa), Guest speaker Rev. Scott Davis. Singing will be provided by Hight Choir, Kay Robertson, Kayla … Read more

Gov. Bryant offers views on Medicaid issues

From press and staff reports


The residents and staff of Louisville Healthcare were given an update on the status of Medicaid in Mississippi from the governor during National Nursing Home Week 2013.

The nursing home was proud to welcome … Read more

Library offers electronic resources, stays busy

This is a picture of children’s author (Tupelo, MS) Dr. Diane Page and 4year-old Luke Yates of Louisville.  He is the son of Melanie and Rob Yates and the grandson of Betty and Charles Bond.  He is holding his very own Bobbs stuffed animal, which is featured in one of Dr. Page’s books, “Bobbs and the Little Boy.”

From press reports


Have you recently been faced with the need to grow your skill level in order to gain the job you desire, get into the college you prefer, or learn more about technology? Have you considered your … Read more