Tabletop discussion held at WMC Campus

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

On Tuesday morning, February 19, a near-capacity crowd gathered in the Administrative room at Winston Medical Center to participate in a tabletop discussion centered on an incident that took place on the Eiland Middle School campus over a three-day period, when a number of students and staff became ill and had to be transported to the WMC ER.





Louisville Aldermen hear annexation presentation

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

During their regular meeting, on Tuesday, January 22, the Louisville Board of Aldermen heard an annexation presentation from Mike Slaughter. Slaughter pointed out that the 2010 Census showed Louisville’s population to be 6.6K, and the annexation study area would increase the population to approximated 7K.









Louisville Aldermen approve Proclamation to rename Cemetery

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

At their regularly scheduled meeting of Tuesday, November 6 the Louisville Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to approve a proclamation officially renaming Memorial Park Cemetery on E. John C. Stennis Dr. and Memorial Gardens Cemetery on Armstrong St. to Louisville Memorial Cemetery, recognizing the two as one cemetery.



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