Paws for Books at North Nim.
by JACKIE CLAPPER
Last Thursday night, Feb. 22 was a very special night for pre-K through 3rd graders at North Nim. and LES. They had received an invitation to a very special night of food, fun, crafts, readers, cookie sale, bulletin board contest and much, much more. Of course their parents were invited, too. It was a family night event. Jill Strohl, has been heading up this event for the past 7-8 years and stated . . .
STORY IN THE MARCH 1st Herald.
“Jan. 23: A building wall collapsed in downtown Louisville this morning. The wall located on the west side of the alley north of Main St. where was formerly the Old General Store had been inspected on Dec. 26th by George Kent, backup Stark County Building Official. Stark Co. Building Official Angela Cavanaugh also had viewed… Continue reading»
The 2018 Constitution Queen’s Ball has been scheduled for Friday, February 9, 2018 from 6-9 p.m. at the Louisville Elementary School. Join Queen Caroline and her Royal Court at a star-studded event for boys and girls. Tickets are available for pre-sale for $10.00 each online at www.eventbrite. com/e/2018-constitution-queens-ball-a-night-on-the-red-carpet-tickets-40077073606 or from the Queen and Court members. The evening… Continue reading»
by SLATER RAUB I met area residents Lorrie Stillo and Angie Gill on a beautiful October afternoon jogging through Metzger Park connected by a tether. Lorrie is a former Fairhope kindergarten teacher who communicates with her phone/computer using an accessibility feature called VoiceOver that that will read written text out loud and a dictation feature… Continue reading»