Relay for Life kicks off for 2015

From press reports

Winston County Relay for Life kicked off their annual Team Captain Meeting on Monday, January 12, 2015.

This year’s theme is “Celebration of Hope.”  The teams are decorating campsites in a celebration theme.

“I hope that we … Read more

Celebration of Dr. King’s Birthday held

Joseph McCain/Staff
Members of the LHS Band march in front of the parade marchers honoring Dr. Martin Luther King.

By Elmetra Patterson

Saturday, January 17, 2015 offered blue skies and breezy weather for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday Celebration with a parade sponsored by the Winston County Branch NAACP.

A few hundred people lined Main Street in downtown … Read more

DREAMS in Full Swing for 2015

Dr. Teresa Jayroe, Associate Dean for the MSU College of Education helps students out during the DREAM program hours at Fair Elementary.

From press reports

The Dillard’s Reading, Enrichment, Art, Mathematics, and Science (DREAMS) program is in full swing in the Louisville Municipal School District for 2015.

Kindergarten through third grade students enrolled in the DREAMS program during the school day receive … Read more

County receives storm shelter

Workers and District 4 employees work to place the shelter in place near the Highpoint Fire Department building.

From staff reports

Like dandelions in springtime, tornado shelters have been springing up all over the area since the deadly tornado of April 2014.

Now a small shelter has been placed at the Highpoint Volunteer Fire Department Building.

Winston County … Read more

WCSHC’s 8th SRAC set this weekend

by WCSHC Staff

The Winston County Self Help Cooperative will celebrate its 8th Saving Rural America and Youth Conference (SRAC) on Friday January 23, starting 7:30 am at the Louisville Coliseum, 201 Ivy Avenue, Louisville, MS.

2015’s SRAC will focus … Read more

New principal ready for the role at Fair

Former principal Hailey talks with new principal Boswell about some of the challenges of the job.

From staff reports

A new principal will has taken the reigns at Fair Elementary but has plans to continue the full stride of success

Louisville Municipal School District Superintendent Ken McMullan announced during the January 13 board of trustees meeting … Read more

Frazier family keeps tradition alive

Fred and Katherine Frazier in front of family potraits in the store.

Second generation retires, third generation ready to serve

From staff reports
Fred and Katherine Frazier have officially retired.

The store’s doors are still open and the Frazier family will still be behind the counter. the change will be from the … Read more