Monthly Archives: April 2012

Fortnightly Club April 12 meeting held

From press reports The Louisville Fortnightly Club met on April 12, 2012 at the Big Red Fire Museum with Mrs. Lex Taylor and Mrs. Bob McLeod serving as hostesses. President Judy Thomas welcomed members and guest to the meeting. Alex…

Person arrested for exploitation of resident

From press reports A Choctaw County resident has been arrested for exploitation of a vulnerable person, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Hortense Whigham, age 65, was arrested at her Choctaw county residence today by investigators of the Attorney General’s…

Survivor stories features Tiara Love

By: Allison Shanabrough The countdown to Winston County’s Relay for Life begins now as local cancer survivors are featured each week. A different person from the community who has been victorious in their battle with cancer will be featured weekly.…

Let’s park by Lynne Cunningham

The Friends of the Legion State Park held their first meeting of 2012 on Wednesday morning, March 21, at 10:00, newly installed President, Frances Ball, presiding. Friends and guests attending were Vice- President Paul Simmons, Secretary Joyce Johnson, Park Manager…

Community Blood Drive at Walmart

From press reports April is Donate Life month, a time set aside to enlighten the public about the need for organ transplants. While not everyone can be an organ donor, Mississippi Blood Services wants to remind you that there is…

Calendar of Events

Spring Revival April 18-20 Spring Revival April 18 – 20 at Oak Grove #2 M. B> Church on Enon Road, Louisville. Services April 18 through 20th each evening beginning at 7:30 P. M. The guest speaker will be Rev. Joe…

Winston Garden Club holds April meeting

By Carolyn Mills Mary Snow and Gayle Wekenman were hostesses of the April meeting of Winston Garden Club. They used a green and white color scheme in their decorations of the Quilt Room at Lake Tiak O”Khata. The table covers…

Former residents publish books

From press reports Sisters and Ackerman natives, Kelli and Kristi Burton, have always enjoyed reading. It was a very important part of their childhood. Now, as adults, they have begun writing for those eager readers like themselves. They hope their…

Local Junior Aux celebrates service in April

From press reports 15,215 – The number of women serving their communities through the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. 279,613 – The number of service hours Junior Auxiliary members worked in their communities in 2010-11. $2,680,949 – The amount of…