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Brown Bag

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AES 6th graders have been working on summarizing and concluded with presentations on their Brown Bag Book Bash projects in Mrs. Lucas' class!




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A Thought for Today

Ernestine Kennedy

Acts 10:9-16

9 On the morrow, as they went on their journey, and drew nigh unto the city, Peter went up upon the housetop to pray about the sixth hour:

10 And he became very hungry, and would have eaten: but while they made ready, he fell into a trance,


Part of the court

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Members of the 2019 Itawamba Community College Homecoming Court include from left, Trevor Morgan of Pontotoc; Abbey Grace Montgomery of Pontotoc, Fulton Campus Freshman Maid; Ryan Melton of Saltillo; Molly Beth White of New Albany, Fulton Campus Freshman Maid; Layne Williams of Smithville; Karli Rose Harris of Nettleton, Tupelo Campus Freshman



Check it out

Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

OCTOBER 2019

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:

J. A. Jance – Sins of the Fathers

Anne Perry – Death in Focus

Ann Patchett – The Dutch House

Vince Flynn – Lethal Agent

Patricia Cornwell – Quantam



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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.



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.


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.





Mayor Hill updates Aldermen on capital projects

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

During their meeting of Tuesday, October 1, the Louisville Board of Aldermen received an update on Capital & Recovery Projects from Mayor Will Hill, who reported that most of the projects have been completed, including: plywood plant rebuild, streets project, cemetery project, equipment purchases, property acquisitions, repairs to the old N




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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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Local HOSA students attend conference

Winston-Louisville Health Occupations Students of America recently attended the Central District HOSA Leadership Conference at Meridian Community College.  
The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.







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