Monday, May 29, 2017
Thursday, January 19, 2017
MLC is looking to for ways to help tell the story of the importance of libraries to Mississippi communities. Susan Liles, Public Service Director of the Mississippi Library Commission is looking for compelling stories to share about how libraries are impacting citizens. She will be creating a short film to tell the library’s story.
Here’s some criteria she is looking for….
- A child who has been impacted by library programs
- A patron who got a job, passed a test, etc. because of library computers/assistance
- A senior program that had an impactful result
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
The Winston County Library now has the following free tax forms available for the public:
All State Tax Forms are available
The 1040EZ and 1040A Federal forms. 1040 forms have not arrived yet.
Friday, January 13, 2017
Winston County Sheriff Deputies made a drug arrest on Friday afternoon (January 13) at 7319 Sturgis Road. Kendrell Curtis, a convicted felon was arrested and charged with felony possession of a firearm, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and resisting arrest. Officials confiscated 6.6 grams of cocaine, alcohol, firearms, ammunition and an undisclosed amount of money from Curtis at the time of his arrest. He is in custody at the Winston Choctaw County Correctional Facility.
Here is another beautiful quilt display at the Winston County Library throughout the month of January and February.It is pieced by Martha Dubard and quilted by Ginger Phillipson. The name of the quilt is “McGinnis Beauty”.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Press Release from current Mayor Will Hill on his bid for reelection.
I am thankful for the opportunity to have served as Mayor of the City of Louisville over the past eight years. We have accomplished a great deal in recent years, however it is with much confidence I proclaim, "we are just getting started". Rather than being defined by historical events, it is my hope we are making history. We have many opportunities to continue making Louisville a better place to live, work, and play; and it is for this reason I announce my reelection bid for Mayor of the City of Louisville, Mississippi. Many projects are underway in the life of our City, some of which are of historical magnitude. The most difficult aspects of theses projects are finance and patience, both of which are required. Be assured the City is following the steps for reimbursements, furthermore all projects must be approved and self funded before eligible for reimbursement. We strive to make the most of all opportunities and plan for the next five, ten, and twenty-five years while continuing to provide the essential services of the City of Louisville today. It has been one of the most challenging,educational, and rewarding experiences of my life and I humbly announce to the citizens of Louisville, "I want to finish what we have started." Again, thank you for the opportunity to serve our hometown.
Monday, January 9, 2017
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Monday, January 9th for the new storm shelter and cafeteria located at the Nanih Waiya Attendance Center. The 6600 square foot safe room that will also serve as a cafeteria for the school has been built to withstand winds up to 250 miles per hour. Mark Dillard, Board President of the Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees opened the ceremony by thanking the many elected officials past and present and school officials who helped make the project successful.
Dillard noted that the project came in under budget and on time and met the goal to provide a safe place for students and the community to seek shelter in the event of severe weather and to also provide a fully functional cafeteria so desperately needed by the school. Dillard noted that the success of the project highlighted the effective partnership of the Louisville Municipal School District with government at all levels.