Friday, August 23, 2019

Two Juveniles Injured in Shooting on Thursday Night

The Winston County Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting around 8:30 pm last night (Thursday) at the intersection of Goss Road and Minnie Miller Road. Two juveniles, ages 12 and 13 were shot from a vehicle traveling on the roadway. Both youths are in serious condition and were transported to Jackson.

Sheriff Jason Pugh indicates that 2 adult suspects are in custody,Lakelvin Hughes and Joe White and more arrests are likely. The vehicle believed to be used in the incident is in possession of law enforcement as well as a gun that may have been used in the crime.

The possible motive for the shootings is still under investigation.

There is no update on the condition of the victims as of 10 am this morning.


Nanih Waiya Chapter DAR August Meeting


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.

Linda White and Beverly Ballard,


David Teske

Submitted by: Gwynn Hall











Thursday, August 22, 2019

Ice Cream Social

The Pilot Club of Louisville helped sponsor the Anchor Club of Winston County Ice Cream Social. The Ice Cream Social was to inform and recruit new Anchor Club members for the upcoming year.


 Pictured are: Laura Brown, Alice Wooten, Maddie Edwards, Gail Massey and Kathy Sinclair.





Treats for Teachers



The Education Committee of the Pilot Club of Louisville provided donuts and orange juice to the Special Education teachers and shared extra donuts with the police department and the caregivers at BeeHive.
Pictured from l to r: DeLaine Woodruff, Kathy Sinclair, Heather
Bouchillon and Connie Estes.

Pilots pictured l to r:  Babs Fulton, Connie Estes, Heather Bouchillon, DeLaine Woodruff and Kathy Sinclair.




 

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Casseroles for Caregivers

The Pilot Club of Louisville prepared Casseroles for Caregivers and distributed them to caregivers in the area.





Celebrate “Library Card Sign-Up Month” with the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System

“Library Card Sign-Up Month” starts September 3rd and runs through September 30th at all Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System (MMRLS) locations. During this month long event, MMRLS would like to invite and encourage all residents of Attala, Holmes, Leake, Montgomery, and Winston counties to visit their local branch location and ask any of our staff members about signing up for a library card.

A library card opens up a world of free movies, television shows, e-books, audio books, comic books/graphic novels/manga, high speed internet access, online databases, programming for the entire family, and over 3 million books. A visit to your local library also provides you and your family with a sense of community, an event to build family time around, and the opportunity to advance in your education, job, or hobbies using your local resources.

Ready to sign up? It’s easy! All you need is a photo ID and proof of address. Lose your library card? No problem! During the month of September current library users who have lost their library card may obtain a replacement card completely free of charge. Visit or call your local library for more information.

Why not visit your local Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System (MMRLS) branch and see everything we have to offer you and your family? You may just be surprised by the selection of options that are available locally for free. Also be sure to check out our online offerings at www.mmrls.lib.ms.us.