Date: November 3, 2016
Place: Louisville City Hall
Time: 1:00 PM
Speaker: Brad Peterson, Director of Football Player Personnel at Miss. State University
Brad played quarterback at Louisville High School.
Brad coached two state football championships at Louisville.
REPM is honoring Brad Peterson.
WTVA television will be present at the meeting.
Mt Sinai M.B. Church Women Ministry will hold its Annual Soup and Coat Drive on Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 10 A.M. until 2 P.M. at the Taylor’s Union Hall, John C. Stennis Drive. We will be serving cups of hot soup and drinks while passing on blessings of free coats, etc. This event is free to the public and all are welcome. For information you may contact Cathy Edwards @ 662-705-0725, Jean Mason @ 662-803-6967 or Linda Hampton @ 662-803-5354
Notice is hereby given that the City of Louisville, Mississippi is now taking applications for employment to fill the position of full-time E-911 Dispatcher with the Louisville/Winston County E-911 Service. Job description and requirements are available upon request at the City Clerk’s Office. Applications may be filed at City Hall, 200 South Church Avenue, no later than eleven o’clock (11:00) A. M. on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. So ordered by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, this the 18th day of October, 2016.
The next Excel by 5 meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 24, 2016 @ 5:30 pm at the Eiland Middle School library. Their topic of discussion for this meeting is "Community Assessment and Certification". Please make plans to attend this insightful meeting.
The Louisville Lions Club invites you to sponsor a flag on the by-pass in memory or in honor of a loved one or veteran. The flags are displayed for the week of Memorial Day, July 4th and Veterans Day. The cost to sponsor a flag at this time is $25 (per flag) a year.
To sponsor a flag simply (click here), fill out the information and follow mailing instructions on form by November 1, 2016. There are 32 flags still available for sponsorship.
Your sponsorship this year will help raise money so that we may sponsor boys and girls going into the 10th, 11th & 12th grades to the Lions Leadership Conferences at Roosevelt State Park in Morton. Last year we were fortunate enough to sponsor 9 boys and 2 girls to the conferences. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Winston County Library
October 18, 2016- October 25,2016
Children can call Dial-A-Story 24 hours a day and listen to a new story each week. Dial-A-Story is made possible by funding from Mid-Miss Regional Library System.
Spooktacular 5K and Fun Run scheduled for October 29 at 8:00 am at the Noxapater football field. Entry fee is $25 including a t-shirt. For more information on this event and entry forms- contact:
Olivia Manning - 601-575-5995
Pam Mills -662-803-8062
Chet Wilkes - 662-705-0958
UPDATE: If you want to just do the 5k or fun run with no shirt it is $10. We can also take shirt orders a few more days this week. We will also have extra shirts the day of the race.
You can go to Amazon and see her books and if you google “Mississippi author L. Sydney Fisher” you can find all sorts of interesting things. She is a paranormal/supernatural fiction author and focuses on supernatural events that have taken place in Mississippi.
There will be a Cattlemen’s Meeting on Thursday night, November 3rd at 7:00 p.m. at the Winston County Extension Office. The guest speaker will be Dr. Jane Parish, Extension/Research Professor, Prairie Research Unit.This will be a supper meeting so please call in by noon on November 3rd to reserve your spot. (773-3091)
The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:
Danielle Steel – Rushing Waters
Linda Lael Miller – Always A Cowboy
Linda Howard – Frostline
Kelly Harms – The Matchmaker of Minnow Bay
Janet Daily – Texas Tall
Dale Brown – Puppet Maste
Nikki Turner – Girls From Da Hood II
Wanda Brunstetter – The Hawaiian Quilt
Tracie Peterson – A Love Transformed
Carl Hiassen – Razor Girl
Robert B. Parker’s Debt To Pay
J. A. Jance – Downfall
Nicolle Wallace – It’s Classified
Beverly Lewis – The Wish
James Patterson – Woman of God
Harlan Coben – Home
Nathan Hill – The Nix
Davis Bunn – The Domino Effect
James Patterson – Missing
Nicholas Sparks – Two By Two
Jenny Colgan – The Bookshop on the Corner
Heather Graham – Darkest Journey
Debbie Macomber – Twelve Days of Christmas
Robert K. Tannenbaum – Infamy
Joanna Fluke – Christmas Caramel Murder
Anne Holt – No Echo
Maya Banks – With Every Breath
Susan Wiggs – Family Tree
Colleen Coble – Twilight At Blueberry Barrens
The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
Crisis of Character – Gary J. Byrne
Armageddon – Dick Morris
The Trump Card – Ivanka Trump
Off Script: An Advance Man’s Guide T White House Stagecraft, Campaign Spectacle
and Political Suicide – Josh King
Barbara Boxer: The Art of Tough
United – Cory Booker
Hillbilly Elegy – J. D. Vance
The Old Farmer’s Almanac 2017
Killing the Rising Sun – Bill O’Reilly
In Such Good Company – Carol Burnett
Taste of Home Simple & Delicious Cookbook
The Making of Donald Trump – David Cay Johnston
The Black Woman’s Guide To Menopause
Not Pretty Enough: The Unlikely Triumph of Helen Gurley Brown
Si-Renity: How I Stay Calm and Keep the Faith – Si Robertson
Believing in Magic – Cookie Johnson (wife of “Magic” Johnson)
In Trump We Trust – Ann Coulter
Build Your Own Drone Manual
The Best “Worst” President: What the Right Gets Wrong About Barak Obama
The Benghazi Report
Whitehall United Methodist Church will host their annual Bazaar on October 29th from 8 until 1. Crafts, recycled furniture pieces, casseroles, baked goods, dips, and much more will be available for purchase. A bountiful breakfast will be served in the fellowship hall until 10. "We don't serve a breakfast like Cracker Barrel. We serve a better one." Too full for lunch that will be served starting at 10:30? We sell pints, quarts, and gallons of our stews, soups, and dumplings for carryout. Whitehall is located at 5890 Hwy 14 West in Louisville. Come enjoy Saturday with us and we welcome you back to worship with us on Sunday. Sunday School begins at 10:00 with Worship Service at 11. For more details call 662-803-8222 or follow us on our Facebook page, Whitehall UMC Bazaar, for pictures and more details.
Winston County including the City of Louisville is currently under a burn ban until further notice. FYI any person who knowingly and willfully violates a burn ban is guilty of a misdemeanor offense, and may be fined no less than $100.00 and no more than $500.00. Section 49-19-351 of MS Code of 1972, as amended.
Current dry conditions across much of the state has resulted in a number of counties issuing a similar ban.
October is RELOCATION month at the Family Center. The Family Center has been located at 202 Ivy Avenue for 22 years now, but we are relocating to Building D at Fair Elementary. The Family Center Staff will continue to provide the same beneficial services as before. As soon as we are established in our new location, we will put our hours, phone number and new address on our Twitter account and media services. We look forward to serving you all at our new location in Building D at Fair Elementary. Thanks so much for your support!