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Railroad Avenue reopens; growth of industries is aim for the future

By FROM STAFF REPORTS,

“First and foremost, it is open,” said Louisville Mayor Will Hill as members of the Louisville Board of Aldermen, City Department heads and Winston County Chamber team cut a ribbon on Railroad Avenue which opened September 9 with an official opening and ribbon cutting on September 11.




MSU-Meridian’s Master of Physician Assistant Studies program interviews prospective students

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STARKVILLE, Miss.—Fifty students were invited to interview this month for 20 class seats in Mississippi State University’s new Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree program while administrators and faculty prepare for the first PA students to enroll in January 2020.


Burn Ban for City of Louisville

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Effective immediately! due to the extremely dry conditions the City of Louisville Fire Department is instituting a City Wide burn ban. No burn permits will be issued until further notice. This ban includes all outside burning except barbecue grills, and only includes the areas inside the City Limits of Louisville at this time.




DPS Driver Service Bureau announces new appointment system

By FROM PRESS REPORTS,

JACKSON, MS – the Mississippi Department of Public Safety’s Driver Service Bureau (DSB) announces a new online appointment system called Wait Anywhere that is available as a pilot program in six driver service offices across the state: Nesbit, Tupelo, Jackson, Pearl, Hattiesburg and Gautier.  The goal is to establish this new appointment system




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Nanih Waiya DAR

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The August meeting of the local Nanih Waiya DAR Chapter was held on August 22 at Market Cafe. Guest speaker David Teske spoke to the group on the topic "Star Gazing in the Summertime!". Two new members, Linda White and Beverly Ballard, were scorn in by Deanie Graves.

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Friends of the Library host author, G.E. Johnson

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

Money, Mississippi is an unincorporated community in Leflore County near Greenwood. It is said that one of the things most scarce in Money was money. Like many towns and communities in the Mississippi delta, Money was marked by poverty and racial divides, but is most infamous for the murder of Emmett Till in 1955.


Reunion held for Class of 1959

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Louisville High School’s Class of 1959 enjoyed our now yearly visit Saturday, June 8, 2019, commemorating the passing of 60 years since high school graduation.  Jean Sanders shared some of Pat Wicker’s thoughts from the LHS Review, our school Newspaper!   A few days before our May graduation, Pat remarked on typical high school happenings and a



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Eupora Man Sentenced to Prison for Possessing and Discharging a Weapon at Eupora High School

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OXFORD – A Eupora man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for his

illegal possession and discharge of a weapon on the campus of Eupora High School in March of

2018. Nathaniel Cole Breazeale, 20, was sentenced Monday afternoon by Chief U.S. District



Rotary Program

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The Louisville Rotary Club speaker for July 17 was Officer Sean Holdiness, the newly appointed Chief of Police in Louisville. He gave a very interesting program on service. Holdiness spoke on military service, law enforcement service, service in the church and ways each person can use their talents to serve a community and others.








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Eupora Man Sentenced to Prison for Possessing and Discharging a Weapon at Eupora High School

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OXFORD – A Eupora man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for his

illegal possession and discharge of a weapon on the campus of Eupora High School in March of

2018. Nathaniel Cole Breazeale, 20, was sentenced Monday afternoon by Chief U.S. District











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