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Six males were arrested and charged recently for looting in Winston County.
All six individuals had a bond set for $10,000 each.
Looting is a felony and upon conviction a person could receive up to 15 years in prison or … Read more
From staff reports
A community memorial service on Sunday, May 11 at Louisville High School remembered the 10 Winston County residents killed in an April 28 tornado.
Rep. Michael Evans who headed up some parts of the search and rescue … Read more
Submitted by Linda Breazeale, PIO for Winston EMA
Samaritan’s Purse is requesting more volunteers to assist with sawing downed trees and limbs and moving them for county cleanup efforts.
Volunteers should check in at the Samaritan’s Purse tent at the … Read more
From staff reports
Representatives of the Appalachian Regional Commission visited Winston County Monday, May 12 to observe the damage and pledge their help.
Earl F. Gohl, ARC Federal Co-Chair, explained that over the last 4 years ARC had invested over … Read more
Submitted by Linda Breazeale, PIO for Winston EMA, with additions
Community counseling and other medical services are available to people in Winston County as citizens recover from the EF4 tornado that heavily damaged property throughout the county on April 28.… Read more
Mrs. Elton Earl Watson, Jr., of Louisville, announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Katherine Grace, to Mr. Timothy Williams Butts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Lewis Butts of Louisville. Miss Watson is the daughter … Read more
The Red Hills Mine staff and employees responded to the needs of the Louisville community as quickly as possible. Contributions of 200 new shirts, several pallets of water, 320 bags of ice, food items, and paper goods were taken to … Read more