It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Thanks so much to Aisha Roberson (Amaya’s mom) for the thoughtful donation of uniforms. Thank you also to Shalonda Triplett (Reagan’s mom) for her donation of uniforms to our clothing closet. Anyone who has gently used uniforms, shoes, or belts … Read more

Business owner aims to give back with toy drive

From Press Reports

Rhonda Prisock, owner of Fantabulous Formals in Louisville, is hard at work these days. Not only with formal gown rentals and sales but in organizing a toy drive for Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital in Jackson.

Prisock … Read more

Visit your elected officials at work at the Capitol

By Lynne Cunningham

Our state legislature is a large body of lawmakers at work, keeping the engine of our state government humming. Senator Giles Ward and Representative Michael Evans are striving to fulfill their obligations as elected officials from our … Read more

LMSD Family Center to host safety event

On Tuesday, October 16, 2012, the Louisville Municipal School Family Center will host a safety workshop. Presenters will be Officer Tonya McWhirter, Sheriff Jason Pugh, and Beth Eden Fire Chief Randal Livingston. The holiday season is upon us, and many … Read more

{news] Calendar of Events

AARP Oct. 10 Winston County area AARP Chapter # 2859 will hold their October 10, 2012 meeting in the City Hall at 2:00 P.M. Members are asked to please be present.

GCS Pastor Appreciation Oct. 11 Grace Christian School will … Read more

One case of West Nile reported in Winston County

The state Department of Health is reporting 13 new human cases of West Nile virus, including one in Winston County.

The new cases were reported in DeSoto, Forrest, Hancock, Holmes, Lauderdale, Pike, Panola, Rankin, Scott, Walthall and Hancock counties, as … Read more