Spring Beautification Day and Good Friday Prayer Service will be held at Dean Park, HWY 15 South, on Friday, April 19, 2019, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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No one was injured after a tornado crossed from Choctaw County into the town of Mathiston Saturday night.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency reported that an EF-1 tornado crossed from Choctaw County into the town of Mathiston that night. MEMA also reported that an EF-0 tornado was reported just south of Mantee.
Sentencing has been reset for a Eupora teen who pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge.
Cole Breazeale was to be sentenced April 3 for unlawful transport of firearms. However, sentencing has been reset for 3 p.m. Monday before U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycock in Oxford.
County’s 911 system most advanced in the state
A deer hunter fell from his stand. He called 911 but couldn’t tell us where he was because he was disoriented by the fall. He just knew he needed help.
Thanks to Webster County’s new GEOCOMM system, help could be quickly dispatched to the coordinates his cell phone registered.
Youth 15 years and younger are invited to the annual fishing rodeo set for Legion State Park Saturday, April 27.
The event is free, and provides a good opportunity for young anglers to fish a lake that is well stocked with catfish which are typically easy to catch.
Louisville Police Dept. DARE Officer, Tonya McWhirter attended the City of Louisville Aldermen meeting on Tuesday, April 2 to extend an invitation to the upcoming DARE Graduation event, which will be held Friday, April 12, at 9 a.m.
A Louisville Fire Department crew were on the scene of an RV fire on Terry Lane in Louisville April 3 around 4:30 p.m.
LFD responded to the fire of the fully engulfed RV with with two Engines and eight personnel. The fire was brought under control safely within a short amount of time.
Fire Department seeks volunteers
City Officials declared April child abuse prevention month at the Tuesday Louisville Alderment meeting.
The proclamation signed by Louisville Mayor Will Hill stated: