Robert Jones was took the oath of office as the new member of the Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees at their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, January 14. Jones will represent District 2.
This past Friday night, January 17, the Dollar General located on East Main Street in Louisville was robbed by three gunmen who remain unidentified at press time. Police are investigating the matter.
In their first meeting of 2020, on Tuesday, January 7 the Louisville Board of Aldermen dealt with a number of routine matters. Capital and recovery projects continue with most having been completed.
In today’s uncertain and unsettled environment many individuals choose to carry a concealed weapon for their personal protection.
Mississippi has what are known as the ‘Castle Doctrine’ and ‘Constitutional Carry’ which allow a person to defend himself in any place where it is legal for him to be.
The past few days have been special for Army veterans Jason Caudle and Jason Yeates as they have had the opportunity to share a deer hunt with their sons which is sponsored by Wounded War Heroes.
The Louisville Board of Aldermen voted to suspend their regular meeting, which was scheduled for Tuesday, December 17, and also dealt with several routine matters during their meeting on Tuesday, December 3.
Concerning capital and recovery projects, Mayor Will Hill reported that most projects are complete.
During their meeting on Tuesday, November 19, the Louisville Board of Aldermen discussed the process of securing a loan from the Mississippi Development Authority which would be used for new construction projects at the Louisville-Winston County Airport.
The Noxapater Attendance Center Gymnasium was the place to be this past Saturday night for fun & games and high-flying displays of amazing basketball wizardry as the Harlem Dreams entertained before a capacity crowd.
The setting for author P.J. Devere’s romance novels is a Southern college town called Starkford which is a combination of Starkville and Oxford. Having grown up in Clarke County, Devere knows all about southern life, and stated that everything is better in the South including the food and the writing.