The above colorized photograph was recently obtained by the Herald, along with the descriptions of names of businesses in the diagram at upper right on this page. There are horse and buggies but also electric telephone poles, so was taken sometime around the turn of the 19th to 20th century (around year 1900). Notice at front right is a drinking fountain for horses. In memory of George, Ivan and Mary Lautzenheiser.
Annual Athletic Booster Club Drive – Wednesday, July 31, 2019 will be the annual Leopard Athletic Booster Fund Drive. Louisville Leopard Student Athletes will be canvasing the City and Township selling Booster Patron memberships. The cost is $10. All proceeds support our student athletes and their athletic programs. Your $10 will put your name in our Fall… Continue reading»
The Splash Pad is coming. Finally. Our hope is to have it up and running by the end of August, weather permitting. The project was delayed because of potential liability and indemnification issues between the city and the original contractor. The long and the short of it was that the past contractor wanted the city… Continue reading»
Louisville Elementary School was the location for Camp Invention, June 17-21. Camp Invention is a safe and fun space for children to create, test, try, fail, discover and explore the incredible world of invention. Daily activities at Camp Invention included – (More in this week’s Herald, on newsstands now)