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2014 Hall of Achievement inductees

2014 Hall of Achievement Inductees

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2014 Hall of Achievement inductees
— Induction set for Senior Honors night May 7


Dr. Jerry A. Jackson, Dan McWhorter and Vicky Sterling are the 2014 inductees into the Louisville High School Hall of Achievement. The honor has been given to just 33 LHS alumni or teachers and is presented to those persons who have distinguished themselves with significant contributions to society. Plaques honoring the inductees are hung along the north wall of the high school cafetorium.

The induction is a part of the senior honors ceremony planned for Wednesday, May 7 at 6 pm in the school cafetorium. The public is invited to attend…


The entire article and photos ran in the April 17, 2014 Herald. Herald subscribers can read this entire article online by logging in at To subscribe to the Herald click the link on this page or call 330-875-5610.

20/20 Vision A Reality In Louisville!


At the Annual Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce dinner on March 7th, The Chamber presented ArtsinStark CEO and President Robb Hankins with a check for $5,000 to match Louisville City’s funding to launch the program in Louisville’s Historic District. This completes local funding, which will be matched by ArtsinStark to revitalize downtown Louisville. More information… Continue reading»

Louisville School Nurse Receives National Honor

School Nurse Sue Gronow opens the gift bag that is part of her award as the runner-up Girls on the Run Coach of the Year. Louisville Elementary Principal Michele Shaffer looks on. (ALLEN GRESS PHOTO)

Louisville Elementary School nurse Sue Gronow received a surprise honor on Jan. 22nd as she was informed she had won 1st Runnerup as Coach of the Year in the national organization Girls on the Run (GOTR). Girls On The Run is a non-profit program for girls from 3rd through 8th grade, and the mission is… Continue reading»

Molly Stark Renovation

Molly Stark

For Molly Stark to be renovated, the main building possibly made into apartments and shops, and trails and picnic areas developed, EPA grant money is needed. The building would also have a conservation easement in the deed so it would remain a historical landmark, and enable the use of federal and state tax credits if… Continue reading»

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