On Tuesday morning, May 14, seniors at the Winston-Louisville Career Technical Center (WLCTC) were honored by faculty, industry representatives, and the community for their hard work and achievements and for taking a step forward along their career paths, at the first ever Career & Technical Workforce Recognition Day.
This past Friday morning, the 131 members of the Louisville High School Class of 2019 took a final walk-through of the schools which have been a major part of their lives and have done so much to shape them into who they are.
During their meeting on Tuesday, May 7, the Louisville Board of Aldermen heard from Winston Partnership Executive Director, Glen Haab, concerning the awarding of a $2M ARC SAAW (Southern Automotive & Aviation Workforce) grant which will be used to enhance the Louisville Rail Park.
Winston County and the City of Louisville have received an Appalachian Regional Commission SAAW (Southern Automotive & Aeronautics Workforce) grant in the amount of $2M. These funds will go toward further development of Louisville Rail Park.
The historic Masonic Temple in downtown Louisville is undergoing a dramatic transformation, and will soon be unveiled by owners, Jeremy and Heather Cummins, as the Mason Boutique Hotel.
An aggravated assault on a security officer resulted in the victim eventually being transported to the University Medical Center in Jackson where he spent some time in ICU before being released to return home.
Monday evening, May 6, presented an opportunity for local residents and those in the surrounding area to come together and meet a number of Republican candidates for local, district and state-wide office, as the Winston County Republican Party hosted a ‘Meet the Candidates Forum’ at the Louisville Dome.
A high speed chase involving Winston Sheriff’s Office personnel, on Monday afternoon, April 29, resulted in the arrest of two individuals who were in possession of a stolen 16-foot utility trailer.
This past Saturday afternoon, members of the Betheden Volunteer Fire Dept., along with family, friends, supporters and members of the community, gathered at the new Betheden VFD Substation on Hwy. 25 North, for a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony.
Nanih Waiya Attendance Center has been awarded a $1K grant to be used in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education development.
The grant was sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Authority in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated; STEMx and Battelle also contributed to the grant project and process.