The Winston County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited held its annual banquet, at Lake Tiak O’Khata this past Thursday night, and according to Chapter President Harry Tabor the banquet grossed around $24K.
Louisville High School Band Director Clay Fuller stated that Louisville has always been a football town, and in years past it was also a band town, with LHS having a band that other schools needed to be wary of during competition.
During their meeting of Tuesday, October 1, the Louisville Board of Aldermen received an update on Capital & Recovery Projects from Mayor Will Hill, who reported that most of the projects have been completed, including: plywood plant rebuild, streets project, cemetery project, equipment purchases, property acquisitions, repairs to the old N
The fifth annual Wings Over Winston air show soared into the sky over Louisville this past Saturday, as hundreds of visitors came to view the breathtaking, death-defying air acrobatics of flyers from around the country and as far away as Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The second annual Runnin’ and Strummin’ Music Festival took place this past Saturday at Legion State Park, which is situated off North Columbus Ave., within the city limits of Louisville.
Have you ever heard the sound of an airplane and looked up at the tiny dot thousands of feet above and just for a moment thought, “I wonder what it’s like to be a pilot?” Well, now is the time!
The Louisville Board of Aldermen dealt with several routine matters during their meeting on Tuesday, September 17 including zoning matters and unclean property issues. No action was taken on the zoning petition for 489 McCullough Rd., Anna Ard Pitching, LLC, as the petition had been withdrawn from the Zoning Board.
Wednesday, September 11 was the 18th anniversary of a day that has been burned into the memory of this nation. On September 11, 2001 the United States fell victim to vicious attacks in New York City, Washington, DC and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, in which thousands of innocent people died.
A recent survey by the website www.Niche.com has ranked Grace Christian School as the number 18 school among private schools in the entire state of Mississippi. The survey was based on several factors in which GCS excels. With an overall student population of 130-140, the student teacher ratio is 12 to 1.