The Winston Partnership/Chamber of Commerce Annual Celebration will be held on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 6:00 pm at The Louisville Community Safe Room.
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Winston County Library and the Winston County Extension Service are offering a popular couponing workshop.
Attendees can learn how to better-manage their home and food budget with this couponing workshop at the Winston County Library on Tuesday, March 26 starting at 10 a.m.
The City of Louisville will be implementing an “All Way” Stop at the intersection of North Columbus Avenue and West College Street, adjacent to Fair Elementary School, Louisville Elementary School, and the newly constructed Louisville Community Safe Room.
On Wednesday evening, March 13, three vehicles were destroyed by arson on Sylvester Hudson Rd., off of Hwy. 15, south of Louisville. The 9-1-1 call came in between 10:30 – 11:00 p.m. and was responded to by Louisville Fire Dept. and Winston County Fire Investigator, Keith Alexander.
All three vehicles were completely destroyed.
Louisville’s mayor Will Hill recently signed a proclamation entitled “Litterless Louisville” in an effort to inspire a community-wide clean-up March 19 through April 16.
“One of the ways that we can help to alleviate the pervasive litter problem is with projects like this one,” said Mayor Hill.
Elephants, circus cages, and acrobats adorned the stage of the Ty Cobb Auditorium on the campus of Choctaw County High School on March 16th, 2019. Eleventh grade Choctaw county residents were invited to participate in this year’s “The Greatest Show” themed scholarship program.
When you enter Gun Dog Supply in Mathiston, one of the first things you notice is a big brown dog named Wrinkles.
Wrinkles is comfortable there on the floor, at his master Drew Blackwell’s desk. In this large room of office cubicles, many have a dog bed beside the chair.
On Saturday, March 23, the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge and the Friends of Noxubee Refuge will be hosting its first Canoe Day for 2019.
Canoes and kayaks along with paddles and life jackets will be available for visitors to use starting at 10 AM.
In their first meeting of March, the Louisville Board of Aldermen heard a report from Mayor Will Hill that a number of recovery projects are either unchanged or moving forward.
Hill stated that Fire Chief Johnny Haynes is scheduled to travel to Fairhope, AL on March 21 to view the new fire engine.