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The only Winston County race that will require a party primary runoff will be for Winston County East Post Constable on the Democratic ballot.
Eupora Mayor Lamar Dumas says it’s important for the city to have an accurate population count during the 2020 U.S. Census.
Addressing the Board of Aldermen on Aug. 5, he pointed out that Eupora barely meets the requirements of a city with a population of 2,175 as recorded in the last census.
LAUDERDALE COUNTY— Christopher Edward Scrimpshire, of Meridian, will spend five years in prison after pleading guilty to possessing child pornography, Attorney General Jim Hood announced.
Regions Bank in Ackerman has a new manager, Ryan Smith.
Smith has been with Regions for the past year and a half writing mortgage loans for the Golden Triangle area. Before that he spent 15 years with Tower Loan.
JACKSON, Miss. – The University of Mississippi Medical Center’s cancer programs have gained a “High Performing in Adult Cancer” rating from U.S. News and World Report in its most recent “Best Hospitals” analysis.
Ninety-four McMillin kin gathered for a two day annual reunion on July 28th & 29th at Lake Tiak O’Khata. There were 25 children attending this year – the largest number in many years. This annual gathering first began in 1951 and is a branch of the Clan McMillin Society of North America, which itself was founded in 1958. Both groups are
Circuit Clerk Amy Burdine stated that voter turnout on August 6 was about average for Choctaw County, with around 50% of registered voters casting ballots.
Voters in District 5 used the new Voting Works machines; this district was the only one in the entire country to use the new machines.
On August 6, across 82 counties hundreds of poll workers arrived at the polls around 6 a.m.
ACKERMAN — Former Webster County Sheriff Tim Mitchell has been sentenced to 15 years in prison, weeks after pleading guilty to four felony charges. A former investigator was sentenced to 10 years on related charges.
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.
The Friends of Dean Park, Inc. announces that it is honored to host a DAY OF FUN AND RECRUITMENT with Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)/The National Caucus and Center on Black Aging (NCBA), Friday, July 26, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Dean Park, 10647 HWY 15 South, Louisville, MS.
The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has issued a Silver Alert for 67 year old Don M. McCool ofLouisville, Winston County, MS.By SUBMITTED,
He is described as a white male, six feet, three inches tall, weighing 175 pounds with white hair andblue eyes.
WALTHALL — County employees have completed their move into the new Webster County Courthouse and it is now open to the public.
Winston County Librarian, Beth Edwards, appeared before the Louisville Board of Aldermen, Tuesday evening, July 16, at their regular meeting, to give an update on library traffic from February through June of this year, as follows:
• Circulation: 24K or 4.8K/month.
• Attendance in Library: 38K or 7.6K/month.
NASA’s next giant leap
Last weekend’s 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing prompted a number of television shows and newspaper stories. Their general theme was that going to the moon was expensive and risky — but worth it.
The Louisville High School Lady Wildcats completed regular-season sweeps of both Leake Central and McAdams last week.
Louisville defeated Leake Central 78-52 last Thursday, sending the Lady Wildcats to 2-0 this year against the Lady Gators, as they grabbed a 61-46 victory over Leake Central on Jan. 8.
The French Camp baseball season is about to begin, with jamboree games Feb.16 and a classic game Feb. 21, but coach Nathan Wright is not sure how his team will look when it takes the field.
“Right now we have a lot of question marks,” he said.
After playing its ‚Äúworst game of the season,‚Äù the East Webster Wolverines bounced back on Friday night to beat Leflore County and finish an undefeated run through Division 2-2A play.
After a 51-45 loss to Oak Hill Academy on Monday, East Webster used a balanced scoring attack to beat Leflore County 54-46 on Friday.
Elisabeth Ballard Golson's new book, "The Stoneclad Chronicles: The Ember Within", is a riveting narrative of awe and a thrilling ride that involves magic and action. It is a galvanizing read of an enthralling adventure to thwart the darkness looming over the realms and to return the light of faith.
The East Webster Lady Wolverines bounced back from a one-run loss rival Eupora with a pair of Division 2-2A wins last week.
The Lady Wolverines got a pair of shutout wins, being Bruce 11-0 on Monday and finishing out the week with a 10-0 win over Calhoun City on Friday.
Billie Breedlove, honorary vice president general of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, recently attended the local DAR chapter meeting, Old Choctaw County, to install the new officers.
The Choctaw County Career and Technology Center offers six career and technical skills programs. Each of the six programs at CCCTC offers high school credit to students as well as an opportunity to participate in various student organizations. Students may earn college credit if requirements are met when enrolled in any of the classes offered.
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
The Mississippi Municipal League (MML) hosted the 11th Annual Youth Leadership Summit March 2 – 3, 2018, at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi.
The City of Brandon sponsored a Welcome Reception Friday night, March 2, at the Brandon Municipal Complex.