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The Choctaw Medical Foundation is on a mission to support healthcare in the county through the installment of a sensory garden at the Choctaw County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Tyson Pompelia, the defending two-time champion for the Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon, says he is getting ready for the 39th running of the event which is scheduled for Saturday.
Paramedics Plus, of Tyler, Texas, a for-profit emergency medical service company, is in the process of acquiring LifeCare EMS which services a six county area, including Leake, Winston, Kemper, Scott, Newton and Noxubee Counties.
The number of youth volunteers are few and far between at the Choctaw Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center and the Brooklyn Hall Personal Care Home.
On July 14, 30 members of the Marine Raider Memorial March started a 900-mile journey across five states to honor the 15 Marines and U.S. Navy corpsman killed when their KC-130T aircraft crashed in Leflore County on July 10, 2017.
If you are looking for fresh fruits and vegetables, the Louisville Farmer’s Market, at Louisville Coliseum, is the place to be each Friday afternoon from 3:30 until 5:30.

Louisville residents attend Pilot International Convention in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee – Brandi Krajewski, Gail Massey, Leigh McMullan, Kathy Sinclair, Heather Thompson, Beverly Wilkes, DeLaine Woodruff and Tara Woodward of Louisville, MS, members of Pilot Club of Louisville, and Morgan Duran, Madelyn Wilkes, Diana Richardson, Ty Wilkes, Adrienne Forsythe, Fantasia Zhane Carter, and Maddie Edwards, members

Louisville Aldermen receive library update

During the regularly scheduled meeting of the Louisville Board of Aldermen on Tuesday, July 17, Branch Librarian Beth Edwards presented an update of activities at the Winston County Library. Edwards stated that it had been a busy summer with very good response to the summer reading programs, and students still doing AR testing.

Honoring Mrs. Virginia Fant Martin- A Matriarch of Winston County

On July 26, 2018, Mrs. Virginia Martin will be 104 years young. She is a beautiful person who enjoys talking, socializing, and watching Christian channels. She is a God fearing lady who attends Noxapater Baptist Church. For many years, she and her late husband, Mr. Doyle Martin, operated Martin Country Korner Store located off Hwy 15 South.