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Approximately twelve-hundred K4 through 4th grade students were set to attend Sagety Town, at the Louisville Coliseum on Tuesday, October 9.

The skies over Louisville was the scene of a fierce dogfight between the Red Baron and the Raptor, this past Saturday at the fifth annual Wings Over Winston, as a large crowd was amazed by unimaginable airborne acrobatics.

Laken Holdiness, a senior at Eupora High School, chooses to be a blood donor during the EHS Student Council-sponsored blood drive held Thursday. EHS had 27 students register with United Blood Services to be donors.

It’s Jack’ O Lantern Jam time! Bring your kids and enjoy this FREE family friendly night of fun with the scarecrow trail, pumpkin contest, games, trunk-or-treat, and inflatable slides.

By Mike Robertson
Choctaw Plaindealer













Louisville residents attend Pilot International Convention in Nashville

By SUBMITTED,
Nashville, Tennessee – Brandi Krajewski, Gail Massey, Leigh McMullan, Kathy Sinclair, Heather Thompson, Beverly Wilkes, DeLaine Woodruff and Tara Woodward of Louisville, MS, members of Pilot Club of Louisville, and Morgan Duran, Madelyn Wilkes, Diana Richardson, Ty Wilkes, Adrienne Forsythe, Fantasia Zhane Carter, and Maddie Edwards, members

Louisville Aldermen receive library update

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,
During the regularly scheduled meeting of the Louisville Board of Aldermen on Tuesday, July 17, Branch Librarian Beth Edwards presented an update of activities at the Winston County Library. Edwards stated that it had been a busy summer with very good response to the summer reading programs, and students still doing AR testing.

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