The new youth baseball fields at the Ivy Park Expansion officially opened for play this past Saturday with a tournament hosting a number of teams of different age groups from several counties.
During the meeting of the Louisville Board of Aldermen on Tuesday, September 3, Mayor Will Hill reported that the Capital and Recovery Projects for the City of Louisville are mostly complete including: plywood plant rebuild, cemetery project, equipment purchases, property acquisitions, public building project (old National Guard Armory repairs)
The big rigs were on display at the Louisville Coliseum this past Saturday at the first ever Looking Large Truck Show. According to Brock Baker of Baker’s Ready Mix there were trucks from Winston County and a number of other locations within the vicinity, and even from Alabama.
In their meeting of Tuesday, August 20, the Louisville Board of Aldermen acted on a number of matters including the Louisville Community Saferoom Rental Agreement.
After some discussion the Board chose to table the agreement until a later date for further review of the agreement and other items.
On Friday, August 23, officers of Louisville Police Department were conducting a safety checkpoint when were alerted by the smell of what they believed to be marijuana coming from a vehicle.
At approximately 8 p.m., Thursday, August 22, two juveniles, ages 12 and 13, were seriously injured in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Goss Rd and Minnie Miller Rd in the Highpoint Community. Both juveniles were airlifted to the University Medical Center in Jackson where they were in serious condition.
Money, Mississippi is an unincorporated community in Leflore County near Greenwood. It is said that one of the things most scarce in Money was money. Like many towns and communities in the Mississippi delta, Money was marked by poverty and racial divides, but is most infamous for the murder of Emmett Till in 1955.
On Tuesday, August 13, at approximately 5:30 p.m., officers of the Louisville Police Dept. made a routine traffic stop which resulted in an arrest on drug charges. Officers observed a motorist, Latoya Porter, fail to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Mill St. and N. Martin Luther King Dr.
Teamwork, family, caring. All of these are ideas that are highly valued at Winston Plywood and Veneer, and in an effort to show how highly they value their team members, on Thursday and Friday, August 15-16, WPAV in conjunction with Louisville Medical Clinic conducted free health screenings that were available to all of their employees.