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The Louisville Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the three individuals.

Small-business owners and entrepreneurs can participate in an upcoming workshop to help them establish, develop and grow their businesses.

A woman from Winston County has been missing since the first week of November.
Desiree Eaves, 41, was last seen near the Winston and Neshoba County line on November 6.

A community Thanksgiving Luncheon is held each year on Thanksgiving Day at South Louisville Baptist Church Family Life Center with the whole community coming together to volunteer and help those in need.

Thomas Whitten of the Natchez Trace Electric Power Association installs new Christmas decorations along North Dunn Street in downtown Eupora. He was setting them up Monday with assistance from Averill Gladney.

Choctaw County District 3 Supervisor Chris McIntire met with Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert, on Tuesday, November 20 to discuss solutions to the traffic accident problem at the intersection of the Natchez Trace and Hwy. 413.


Ed O’Neal & The Dixie Melody Boys to be featured in French Camp at WFCA Radio Studio On October 20

By FROM STAFF REPORTS,

One of Gospel music’s most popular quartets, The Dixie Melody Boys, will be featured at WFCA Radio Studio, located at 40 Mecklin Avenue in French Camp, MS, on Saturday, October 20. The Quartet will share their unique, four-part harmony at 2:00pm during the station’s listener appreciation day.












Warriors finish strong in solid win over Hatley

By BY ROBBIE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,
 
 
It wasn’t the start that Nanih Waiya coach James Courtney was looking for, but it was the finish he asked for at halftime.
The Warriors led 21-0 at the half and then scored two quick second-half touchdowns as they cruised to a 41-6 win over Hatley on Friday night in the season opener for both teams.


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