Saturday, November 30, 2013

Wildcats Head to State Title Game Looking for 8th Championship

The game was never in doubt on Friday night (Nov 29) as the Louisville Wildcats traveled to Charleston for the North 3A title game against Charleston. Most experts picked the Tigers of Charleston to be the toughest test yet for the Wildcats but a strong defense and big pass plays and runs put Louisville up early and they were never really challenged.
Celebrating North 3A Title
(photo from LHS Twitter )

Louisville led 28-0 at halftime and pulled many of their starters by the 4th quarter on their way to a 35-0 victory. The Cats scored early in the 1st quarter on a 12 yard pass from Roberts to Goss. On the last play of the 1st quarter,Roberts took the ball to the Charleston 1 yard line on a 49 yard run. Sangster took the ball in from there as the 2nd quarter began.

Friday, November 29, 2013

Winston Co. Supervisors' Agenda , Dec 2


Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Reading Fair Winners

These are the winners of 2013/2014 District Reading Fair from Louisville Municipal School District that was held Friday, November 22 at Eiland Middle School library. Congratulations to all that participated.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Doors of Hope Center Volunteers Serve Many Before Thanksgiving

One of the longest working volunteers, along with Sharon Mays, is Helen Harrington (R) who has been with the center since its inception
in Louisville, MS May 2005,. Helen stated, “Helping others is great and we are doing the will of the Lord by helping others.”
The Doors of Hope Center, which is under the umbrella of the Peace and Love ministries, was thankful for the ‘love offerings’ received from the residents of Winston County via Cash Saver, Vowell’s Market Place and Walmart. Walmart gives food to the Doors of Hope Center regularly while; Cash

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Louisville Aldermen Meeting Info

The Louisville Aldermen and Mayor met in a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, November 19. Here are the highlights:

Dealt with a number of unclean properties:

  • Owned by Edgewood at 102 Thompson Street, 151282802 0402301, gave until Nov. 1 to clean property, property has now been sold and is in compliance--Approved to remove from list

‘Remember the Titans’ Coach Speaks at ECCC

Herman Boone, the legendary head football coach at T. C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., and
the inspiration behind the 2000 blockbuster movie Remember the Titans,addresses a packed Huff Auditorium Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013, on the East Central Community College campus in Decatur. Coach Boone said his 1971 state champion Titans squad “broke the mold” and showed the world how to become a “team” through adversity.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

ECCC Offers FREE ‘First Steps’ Workshop In Louisville

Are you interested in starting your own business, but don’t know where to begin? A workshop titled “First Steps – the Process of Starting a Small Business” is being offered through East Central Community College’s Small Business Development Center.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Did You Know That Farm Bureau Offers Auto Loans:

As low as 2.99% APR*
Find out more 

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Nanih Waiya Kindergarten Thanksgiving Program Scheduled for Friday

Nanih Waiya's kindergarten classes have been working extra hard this week preparing for their Kindergarten Thanksgiving Program. The program will be held Friday, November 22, at 11:15 in the Nanih Waiya gym. Parents, family members, and the 1st and 2nd grades are invited to attend.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Brown and Glass Plead Guilty to Winston Academy Vandalism

Vernon L. Brown Jr. and Hunter R.Glass went before Judge Morgan in a Winston County courtroom on Wednesday, November 20, and  changed their not guilty plea to guilty of 5 counts of burglary of a building other than a dwelling, 1 count of automobile burglary, 1 count of malicious mischief and 1 count of grand larceny each.


All City trash pick up the week of Thanksgiving will stay on schedule with the exception of Thursday, November 28 (Thanksgiving Day).  If your regular trash pick up day is Thursday, it will be picked up on  Wednesday, November 27. 

The County trash pick up schedule will not change.

Area Development Magazine Ranks Mississippi As Second In The Nation For Competiitve Utility Rates

Jackson, Mississippi (November 19, 2013)- Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced today that Area Development, a national site selection publication, recently ranked Mississippi as second in the nation for competitive utility rates related to economic development and job growth.

Board of Supervisors Highlights

NOVEMBER 18, 2013


Monday, November 18, 2013

Public Hearing on Cable Franchise Agreement Scheduled

The City of Louisville will be holding a public hearing on the renewal of a franchise agreement with MetroCast on December 3. Click here to view the public notice and for details.

Louisville Aldermen Agenda for Nov. 19

The agenda for the Louisville Board of Aldermen is now available on the City's website. Click here to view the agenda.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

LMSD Trustees Deal with Policies/ Substitutes/ Board Attorney

The Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees met on Thursday, November 14 and dealt with a number of issues:

  • The Board approved a speech policy required due to recent legislation that requires all children to be screened for speech and language issues prior by the 1st grade.
  • Received an update on the Dreams Grant  from Dr. Theresa Jayroe. Through the program initiated with MSU, 12 interventionists have been employed  to provide after school services at

Jordan Joins WMC Staff at Noxapater Clinic

Winston Medical Center is pleased to announce that Nancy Jordan, RN, MSN, FNP-BC has joined the
medical staff of Winston Medical Clinic. 

Mrs. Jordan is currently accepting new patients at the Winston Medical Clinic located on the main campus of Winston Medical Center.  Jordan will be the primary practitioner at the Winston Medical Clinic-Noxapater that is currently being constructed. 

Mrs. Jordan received her undergraduate degree from Hampton University in 1996.  In 2006, Jordan received her graduate degree from the University of Southern Mississippi with a Master of Science in Nursing.

ECCC Art Club Offers Christmas Prints

East Central Community College’s Student Art Association is once again offering Christmas prints for sale as a fundraiser for the organization and a designated charity. Prints are hand-colored, limited edition linocuts designed by art student Abbey Rigdon of Little Rock. Proceeds will support

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Ribbon Cutting for Thomas Leadership on Friday

A crowd of family, friends, community leaders and local business people braved the rain to celebrate the opening of another new business in Louisville on Friday. Thomas Leadership Consultants, LLC provides customized business and career services to the local area through job referrals, business plans and a multitude of training options.

Owner Shelley Thomas founded the company located at 208 W. Main in Louisville. For more information on Thomas Leadership Consulting, call 662-803-7558, email at or visit their blog at


ECCC Hosts Junior High Basketball Tournament

Several area junior high school basketball teams will have an opportunity to showcase their talents by participating in tournament competition scheduled Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, at East Central Community College in Decatur.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Winston County High School Finals

Louisville 56 - Water Valley 27  
Stringer 40 - Nanih Waiya 0 
Lumberton 48 - Noxapater 35

Not what we wanted tonight for Nanih Waiya and Noxapater but the Warriors and Tigers had good seasons. Louisville was challenged early but I think it just made em mad - as they kicked it in gear and never looked back. The Cats will be traveling to Cleveland East Side next week for round 3 of 3A North and just 2 games away from the State Title game! Ya'll have a great evening and think about this......
Have you noticed the inverse relationship between people and their cell phones? Phones are getting thinner and smarter and people .......well.... not so much.

Remember the Titans Coach to Visit ECCC

Herman Boone, the inspiration for the coach in the popular movie, "Remember the Titans" will be at the Huff Auditorium on the East Central campus on Wednesday, November 20th at 6:00 pm. A reception follows in the Gold Room of Mabry Memorial Cafeteria, during which time Coach Boone will be available for photos and conversation.

Boone was portrayed inthe movie by Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

WCCRCF Looks at Full Compliance of Facility

Big changes have been taking place at the Winston Choctaw County Regional Correctional Facility over the past few months after an accreditation audit by the American Correctional Association (ACA) in the Spring of 2013 revealed documentation issues within WCCRCF. These issues ultimately led to a probationary period for the facility. Failure to correct these issues could have led to a loss of accreditation of the facility. WCCRCF houses state inmates as well as local prisoners and a loss of accreditation would result in the removal of  the state inmates and state revenue necessary to operate the facility.

Warden Neal Higgason took the position as warden of the facility in August and brought in Assistant Warden Patricia Whitcomb to assist in correcting any deficiencies. Along with Sheriff Jason Pugh and the Winston County Board of Supervisors, staff began making procedural changes immediately.

Winston Co. Supervisors' Board Agenda - Nov 18

The agenda for the Winston County Board of Supervisors next meeting scheduled for Monday, November 18, 2013  is now viewable online on the County's website. Click here to view.

ACA Seminar Coming Again To Library

The Winston County Library will host the second of three free seminars on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on Tuesday, November 19,2013 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.. Latisha Butler from Health Help Mississippi in Starkville, will again be the presenter and will answer any questions participants may have. Health Help Mississippi, which has locations in Jackson, Hattiesburg, Starkville, Hernando and Greenville, advocates on consumers’ behalf, educating them on their different options for health care, and assisting them in seeing if they could be eligible for any current government programs, such as Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act insurance program.

Local DAR Honors Veterans with Multiple Flags

The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the DAR  recently sponsored American flags in honor and memory of Veterans through the Louisville Lions Bypass Flag Project.The flags are among the 60 flown along the highway this week celebrating Veterans' Day. The DAR also provided funds to purchase a new flag at the Louisville Welcome Center (Caboose) on West Main. Members can be seen pictured below with the President of the Louisville Lions Club, Rev. Mike Dowd and also with Louisville Mayor Will Hill.
Pictured from left to right: Judy McLeod, Maria Hartness, Paula Fulton,
Judy Goodin (back), Lions Club President Mike Dowd and Peggy Crawford

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Angel Tree Time Again

The Angel Tree is up at the Winston County Library. Sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary, the library has
envelopes holding the wishes and needs of area children who are in need this Christmas. When an envelope is picked you then place an angel on the tree. For those of us who have been more fortunate, the "Angel Tree" located at the Winston County Library is a great way for us to help spread a little Christmas joy.

To participate, simply drop by the Library and pick up an envelope that has the specifics for a child: their age and sex, gift suggestions, clothes and shoe sizes. Then just return your presents to the Winston County Baptist Association at 1001 N. Columbus Ave by December 9th. You are asked not to wrap these gifts! If you're not able to shop or purchase gifts for the program, monetary donations go toward these purchases as well. To make a donation or to get more information, contact a Junior Auxiliary member or stop by the Library.

Holdiness Signs with UCA to Play Softball

It was all smiles at Nanih Waiya on Wednesday as Senior Ryan Holdiness signed a scholarship agreement with the University of Central Arkansas in Conway to play softball for the Lady Bears. Family, coaches, teammates and schoolmates gathered to watch Ryan sign.

Holdiness has 46 wins, a 0.970 fielding percentage and an ERA of 3.70 with the Lady Warriors. You can see her full stats

The Jewel Shoppe in Louisville

New Books Available at Winston County Library in November

Check It Out At The Winston County Library! NOVEMBER 2013

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

Mary Kay Andrews – Christmas Bliss
Robyn Carr – The Hero
Ted Dekker – Outlaw
Wilbur Smith – Vicious Circle
John Grisham – Sycamore Circle

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Friends of Dean Park, Inc. Honors its Active Members who are Veterans

Friends of Dean Park Inc. is honored to have the following veterans actively involved in the restoration of Dean Park - the park that most of them grew up in as 4-H Clubbers under the leadership of Mr. Milton E. Dean. Most of them continue to be farmers or gardeners in Winston County. They are among the Winston County veterans living proud and strong in the land they have helped to keep free. Much like President Obama who stated at a ceremony held at Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day, "We join as one people to honor a debt we cannot fully repay."

Louisville Advances and Bracket Set for Noxapater/Nanih Waiya

Three of Winston County's high school football teams will be in post season play this Friday night as they continue toward a state title in their respective divisions. Louisville is looking for its 8th state title as it enters the 2nd round of the 3A bracket after last week's defeat of Ruleville Central 69-0. The 12-0 Wildcats will play host to a good 11-1

Monday, November 11, 2013

Winston County Celebrates Veterans' Day in Grand Style

The weather was perfect, the crowd was big, the music was fantastic and the logistics with the L-17
Great crowd gathered for Veterans Program
flyover couldn't have been better as Louisville and Winston County celebrated Veteran's Day this morning (11-11-13). The program held in the grass area in front of the Louisville Walmart was outstanding due to the efforts and cooperation of many individuals and organizations across the community.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Don't Forget Veterans' Day Program Tomorrow Morning

Take a few minutes out of your day to show your appreciation for our veterans as we honor those who served with a program starting at 9:00 am on Monday (October 11) at the Louisville Hwy 15/25 bypass in front of the Louisville Walmart. (Visitors may park in the Walmart parking area for the event). The Louisville High School band will perform patriotic music beginning around 9 am followed by a prayer from Rev. Mike Dowd, the Pledge of Allegiance and the national anthem sung by Tracy McCully. On the schedule are: State Senator Giles Ward, Brigadier General Amelia Kennedy, a flyover by Charles Wiggins and the Meridian L-17 Formation Team and concluded with "God Bless the USA" and "God Bless America." performed by Tracy McCully.

Friday, November 8, 2013

High School Football Scores

Noxapater 26 - West Lowndes 12
Nanih Waiya 47 - West Oktibbeha 6
Louisville 69 _ Ruleville Central 0

Great night for Winston County High School Football. Everybody accomplished what they had to and in grand style. Noxapater wins the league, Nanih Waiya makes post season and the Wildcats just keep rolling. Not sure which is better - the Wildcats offense or defense..Defense did not allow a 1st down! 

Folks, don't forget the Veterans' Celebration scheduled for Monday morning at 9 am in front of the Louisville Walmart - Come out and show your support for our Veterans!! We'll leave you tonight with this --- The old adage of "If at first you don't succeed -try,try again" does not apply to skydiving.

High School Football Tonight

Louisville begins post season play at R.E. Hize Stadium tonight and Noxapater and Nanih Waiya conclude their regular seasons tonight with plans toward Class 1A post season play

Presley Joins National Leaders to Announce Mississippi as Most Improved Energy Efficiency State in Nation


JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI (November 6, 2013) – Today, Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley joined with leaders from around the nation to announce Mississippi as the nation’s most improved state on energy efficiency. Presley’s announcement came at a national press event

Thursday, November 7, 2013

LPD and CrimeStoppers Looking For Info on Break-In

On November 6th, 2013, officers with the Louisville Police Department were dispatched to Moody Construction Co. on South Church Ave. Sometime during the night someone made entry into the building. The inner office was broken into and the desk and cabinets were gone through.

City Adds New Police Officer

Louisville's newest police officer was sworn in this morning (Nov 7) at City Hall. Ty Hardin took the oath from Mayor Will Hill as Assistant Chief Andy Taylor looked on. Hardin is a native of Louisville and has worked in Louisville Parks and Rec and served as a volunteer firefighter.

Hardin indicated that he had always wanted to serve as a police officer and has ties to the department as his aunt was an officer on the force at one time.
(l to r) Hardin, Asst. Chief Taylor, Mayor Hill

Veterans' Day Celebration and Fly Over Scheduled for Monday

There will be a special ceremony on Monday, November 11 on the Louisville bypass to celebrate
Veterans' Day. The Louisville High Band will be on hand beginning at 9:00 am and a fly over is scheduled for 9:35 to honor our Veterans and their service to our country. The Louisville Lions will also be recognized for their flag program that will display a series of American flags along the bypass for patriotic holidays.

The program will be held on the grass area in front of the Louisville Walmart. The public is encouraged to attend and bring along a veteran or current service member.

The program includes the LHS Band, Senator Giles Ward, retired Brigadier General Amelia Kennedy, the aerial flyover by the Meridian L-17 Formation Team and Tracy McCully will sing for the event.

The flag project completed by the Louisville Lions Club in cooperation with the City of Louisville and MDOT will display 60 sponsored flags along the bypass in remembrance of a veteran for the week of major patriotic holidays. There are still a few sponsorships available for $25/year. To honor the memory or life of a veteran with a flag on the by-pass, contact Mike Dowd at 662-803-7952. Again, only the first 60 subscriptions can be honored. Proceeds from the project will be used to support the Lions' ongoing project of providing eyeglasses for underprivileged children. You can also print a sponsorship form by clicking here.

Work Begins on New Family Dollar Store

Workers were busy this morning (11-7) as demolition has begun of existing structures to make way for a new Family Dollar Store in Louisville.  The new store will be located on the corner of Church and Cagle St. across from Vowell's Marketplace.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

New Fire Chief Take's Oath of Office in Tuesday's Aldermen Meeting

(L to R) Mayor Will Hill, Aline Haynes,
Johnny Roy Haynes
There was a packed house at Louisville City Hall on Tuesday evening (11-5) as family and friends gathered to observe the swearing-in ceremony of Johnny Roy Haynes as Louisville's Fire Chief.

Eichelberger Celebrates 95th Birthday

Betsy Ann Eichelberger with her youngest grandchildren, Asia and Montana Eichelberger
(photo courtesy of Elmetra Patterson)

Betsy Ann Eichelberger celebrated her 95th birthday with family and friends at the Soul 2 Soul Restaurant (formerly known as JR's) on October 20, 2013. Her actual birthday was on October 22. During the celebration she expressed her gratitude to her children for caring for her and especially to Gwendolyn Eichelberger who lives with her and is her main caregiver.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Supervisors Deal with Roads/EMA/Holidays and Receive Some Good News on WCCRCF

Winston County Supervisors had a shorter than usual meeting on Monday but did deal with a number of issues. The Board heard from Kemp and Associates concerning several road projects including asphalt issues with the Calvary/Hinze and Oak Grove Road as well as bridge replacement on the Triplett Store Road.

 Buddy King, County EMA Director briefed the Board on several issues as well, including the need for a board order to officially establish and name a Civil Defense/EMA office.

Jingle Bell Jubilee Kicks Off Downtown Holiday Events

The holidays are approaching and the Chamber of Commerce and participating merchants kick off the season with this weekend's Jingle Bell Jubilee and Open House. Events begin Saturday, November 9 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 10 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Jingle your way to downtown Louisville and register at each participating merchant for their special Christmas door prize.

LHS Band Competes

The Louisville High School Marching Band competed in the 2013 Mississippi Marching Band Championships Saturday, November 2, 2013 at Clinton High School. The band placed 3rd in class 3A and received the bronze medal. Ten bands, from all over the state, qualified for the preliminary portion of the championships. Five bands were chosen for the finals performance. The LHS band placed in every caption in the special awards portion of the contest. The championships are sponsored by the Mississippi High School Activities Association and Mississippi Bandmasters Association.

Cats Host Ruleville in 1st Round of 3A - Bracket Here

The Louisville Wildcats will begin their run toward a 3A MHSAA state championship on Friday night as they host Ruleville Central at 7:00 pm (Nov. 8) at R. E. Hinze Stadium. This is the first game in the North division as the #1 seeded Wildcats take on #4 seeded Tigers.

Emmanuel Ridge Ribbon Cutting

Local officials,Chamber members and Economic Development Partners joined owner Beatrice Ezem and Coordinator of Services Lillian Clayborne for the ribbon cutting of Emmanuel Ridge Adult Day Health Services and Assisted/Independent Living facility located at 803 W Main Street, on November 1, 2013. Ms. Ezem stated that facility can accommodate 14 patients at this time and that plans are in the works to expand so they will be able to accomodate 40 patients in the future.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Winston County Chiefs 7-8 Yr Olds Win Title

Let's give a hand to the Winston County Chiefs 7-8 year olds who won the State Championship on Octcober 26 and won their Superbowl over the weekend against the Starkville Raiders by a score of 24-0.

Harvest Fest in Louisville - Beautiful Weather - Great Events

Other than a little wind, Saturday was a great day in downtown Louisville for the annual Harvest Festival. The day began with a 5K run sponsored by the Louisville Fire Association as six teams began their preparation for the "South in Your Mouth" Chili Cook Off.

Veterans were cheered on by the local crowd as they marched down Main Street to the event location on South Columbus Avenue and placed a wreath at the monument. Read our previous article and photos from Saturday's events.

Dial A Story at the Library

Children (or anyone, really) can call the Winston County Library " Dial A Story" number (773-3566) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and listen to a fun story. You can call as many times as you want. The library is always looking for volunteers to read a story – child or adult. If you would like more information on how to become a "Dial A Story" reader, please go by the library or call 662-773-3212.

This week, Katy Chen is reading Chicken Licken by Kenneth McLeish.

Louisville Board of Aldermen Agenda - Nov. 5

The meeting agenda for the the City of Louisville's Board of Aldermen scheduled for Tuesday, November 5, 2013 is now available online at the city's website. Click here to view.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Louisville's Cunningham to be Inducted into Ms Sports Hall of Fame

Louisville's native son Doug Cunningham will join a distinguished group of athletes to be inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame for the 2014 class. There are seven inductees selected for 2014 including Cunningham, Duece McAllister, Ruthie Bolton, Richard Williams,Steve McNair, Robin Roberts and Calvin Smith.

Cunningham, a running back and kick returner at Ole Miss, played in the NFL for eight years, most of that time with the San Francisco 49ers before finishing his career with the Washington Redskins. Drafted in the 6th round in 1967, Cunningham played in the NFL with players such as Steve Spurrier, John Brodie and Gene Washington.

The Class of 2014 will be inducted at a banquet at the Jackson Hilton July 25, 2014, followed by more BancorpSouth Induction Weekend activities on July 26 at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame Museum.

You can read more about Cunningham's induction at the following links:

LMSD's Family Center Parent Workshops

November is "Active Parent" month at the Louisville Municipal School District's Family Center. This workshop will assist parents with the new link on the schools' web-sites called "ACTIVE PARENT". The link can be used to give parents access to their child's grades,attendance,and discipline. The counselors will provide information on how to access this link and navigate the tools on ACTIVE PARENT.

Pre-K - 6th Grade Parents                                              
November 7, 2013                                                        
Family Center                                                                
5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.                                                    
"Active Parent Workshop"                                              
Presenters: Madison Brantley                                          
                Tammy Parkes

7th - 12th Grade Parents
November 14, 2013
Family Center
5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
"Active Parent Workshop"
Presenters: Samaria Hudson
                Tomeka Walker


Saturday, November 2, 2013

South In Your Mouth Chili Cook Off Winners

It was a beautiful day for all the activity in downtown Louisville and it culminated with the announcement of prize winners in the "South In Your Mouth" Chili Cook Off at 3:00 pm. Six teams competed in Judge's Choice, People's Choice, Decoration and Sweet Tea Contest.

Judges' Choice Winners "Vittles"
Terry Duvall, Mathew Shelley
The winner of the Judge's Choice Award and a check for $1000 was the "Vittles" team of Mathew Shelley and Terry Duvall. Here are all the winners:

5K Part of Saturday Events in Louisville

Bubba & Candice Cefalu
It was a family affair today as husband and wife, Bubba and Candice Cefalu finished 1st and 2nd in the Fire Association's 5K run prior to Louisville's South in Your Mouth Chili Cook Off and Veterans' Parade. Sixty runners competed in the charity event.

preparing for the 5K on Saturday morning

ECCC Students Assist with Carthage Cemetery Project

East Central Community College drafting and design technology instructor Chris Ryals (third from left)
and several of his students recently traveled to Carthage to map the old cemetery mentioned in the original town layout in 1876. The survey will be used to assist Carthage Main Street and the Carthage Historical Commission in rehabilitating the cemetery, where several markers were vandalized and broken through the years. Ryals said surveys were completed and information gathered pertaining to 156 graves.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Winston County High School Football ReCap

Louisville 46.... Nettleton 0
Noxapater 52   .... Sebastopol 25
French Camp 54  .... Nanih Waiya 6

Two out of three tonight for Winston County. I don't know if anybody can beat Louisville right now... very impressive thru the end of the regular season. Noxapater rebounded in a big way after their loss last week to Nanih Waiya and French Camp was just way too much for the Warriors tonight. Couple of reminders - Don't forget to set your clocks back tomorrow night before you go to bed and enjoy that extra hour of sleep and everybody needs to turn out tomorrow in downtown Louisville for the 5K run, Chili Cookoff, Veterans' Parade and lots of entertainment and arts and crafts vendors. The fun starts at 8- Parade at 11. I'll leave you with a bad joke. I apologize beforehand. My wife made me do it. Why do ghosts not like to go to school proms?...........Cause they have no "body" to dance with.... Thank ya'll and good night..

Winston County Head Start Hosts Halloween Event

The community provides many opportunities for kids to have a safe and fun time as they celebrate Halloween. No where was that more evident than at Winston County's Head Start Center on Halloween night. A packed house of children and grownups gathered in costume to participate in games and fun at the Center on Eiland Avenue.

Board Agenda for Winston Co. Supervisors - Nov 4, 2013



Louisville Welcomes Little Caesars

Local officials,Chamber members and Economic Development Partners joined owners Rachel and John Brownlee for the ribbon cutting of their new Little Caesars restaurant in Louisville on Thursday, October 31.

"Our grand opening was a huge success and we would like to thank all our customers and our employees for making it possible", said Rachel Brownlee. 

Teen Fear Factor a Hit at Winston Co. Library

The Winston County Library Splash Teen Group recently held their 2nd annual Teen Fear Factor
program at the library (October 22). Twelve teens participated and about 30 others watched the shenanigans. They were divided into teams of two and competed in events such as drinking a concoction