Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas Program held at Winston County HeadStart

From staff reports Winston Count Head Start held its Christmas Program on Thursday, Dec. 20 with their pre-schoolers entertaining family and friends with Christmas songs and poems. Special guests welcoming the audience were Regional Administrator Dean Miller and members of…

Information on burglary sought

From press reports The Winston County Sheriff’s Department are seeking a suspect or suspects in a burglary that occurred Dec. 4. The suspects robbed the home on Enon Road and stole several guns and many pieces of jewelry. The owners…

Aldermen hear from youth council

From staff reports The Louisville Board of Aldermen in the December 4 meeting discussed a saggy pants ordinance with area youth who are part of the Mayor’s Youth Council. The Youth council was setup to give Winston County’s youth a…

School board petitions available

From staff reports Candidates for the District 1 Louisville Municipal School Board of Trustees may pick up nominating petitions and other applicable documents in the LMSD superintendent’s office at 112 South Columbus Ave in Louisville. The filing period for nominating…

Obituaries

Mr. Arnell “Buddy” Jenkins Funeral services for Mr. Arnell “Buddy” Jenkins were held at 2 PM Friday, December 21, 2012 at John E. Stephens Chapel with Rev. John Stephens officiating. Interment was in Golden Grove Cemetery inUnion, MS. John E.…

Calendar of Events

Kwanzaa celebration Dec. 28 WIN (Women in the NAACP) is presenting the African American Cultural Holiday, KWANZAA, on Friday, December 28, 2012, 6:00 P.M. at Mt. Sinai M.B. Church. The presenter is performing and visual artists, Sister Yomi (Renee “Abayomi”…

Antietam- Battle in the Cornfields

By Lynn Cunningham Antietam’s battlefield lies peaceful and serene today among the cornfields and monuments and markers, dedicated reminders of a fierce battle fought here 150 years ago. In 1862, September 17, these gentle hills and ravines were covered with…

Season of giving celebrated

Submitted Christmas is the season for sharing. Sparkling festive ribbons adorn gifts wrapped in holiday paper. But the real excitement is hidden within the shinny wrappings. Our curiosity is held captive by what is in the box. However, this is…