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Louisville Aldermen approve Proclamation to rename Cemetery

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

At their regularly scheduled meeting of Tuesday, November 6 the Louisville Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to approve a proclamation officially renaming Memorial Park Cemetery on E. John C. Stennis Dr. and Memorial Gardens Cemetery on Armstrong St. to Louisville Memorial Cemetery, recognizing the two as one cemetery.




Commemorative Book available to Vietnam Vets

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON CHOCTAW PLAINDEALER,

It has been 50 years since the official entry of the United States into the Vietnam War. It came at a time of great societal upheaval and unrest, and was therefore a very ‘unpopular’ war. Returning veterans were not treated with the respect and decorum afforded veterans of World War I, World War II and the Korean War.



Program aspires to build stronger communities

By BY GLENN MCCULLOUGH JR. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY,

The Mississippi Development Authority’s Aspire Mississippi program is based on the belief that local leaders working together take action to improve their community. This creates an environment that reduces risk and attracts private capital investment, which creates new job opportunities that give Mississippians a promising career path.


Sensory Garden Groundbreaking held at Nursing Center

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON CHOCTAW PLAINDEALER,

On Monday morning, November 5 a groundbreaking ceremony for a sensory garden was held at the Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in Ackerman. Construction on the garden, which is being funded through donation and grants, is to begin within the next few weeks and weather permitting will be completed sometime in January.


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