November 3, 2006

Who are these Guys?
Louisville Photograph discovered - from 1929

Louisville can be proud of it's hard working Historian Bill Tempelmeyer, another bit of historical treasure has been discovered but now we have a puzzle on our hands! A rare photo, sent to Bill by Julie Meisinger shows aprox 140 men attending a Safety Meeting at Ash Grove

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(Click The photo to re-size it and you can get pretty good detail of the faces)

Now given the probable age of these men at 17 to 25, at the time of the photo. It is unlikely that any of them are still with us, but it is possible that their kids, or grand kids are going to see this photo!
What we need, is a real effort to put names with the faces, and that is up to you!
Take a look, click to enlarge the photo, and send it to anyone that can help!
Email us with your results!

New Owner for Blakes Pharmacy
Louisville Businesses on Main Street paused today to welcome new owner Kitran Geise to our City and to business community!
BUILD President, Terri Scholting and Events Committee Co-Chair Dee Arias do an expert job of holding the ceremonial ribbon as Business Owners look on.
Welcome Kitran!

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Election Discussion - Provides Special Insight
The Louisville Discussion Forum, set a special Temporary Topic for Election 2006
An unusually large group of registered Louisville residents have logged-in to an active discussion on all issues to be decided in next Tuesday's General Election.
This discussion will continue this weekend through Tuesday and then will be deleted on Wed Morning 11/8 -
Log in and say your peace!

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Louisville Classified Ads to be Replaced
All of the WireBuilt Company Community Websites that feature interactive classified Ad Sections will undergo a transformation shortly. This long-awaited upgrade, will take place in the next 10 days (we hope) and will improve your ability to advertise across all of Cass County through the project.
The cost to post your Classified Ad is going to Double!!
(still $0)

Louisville Interactive
We built this way for you to share with the BUILD group, (our Local Business Owners), your ideas, observations and suggestions to help improve Louisville. Your comments are now shared at the Monthly BUILD meeting, and your ideas are valuable!

All comments will be saved, reviewed and considered, so this is your chance to say what you think! We will post summary results, but not individual responses.

Take The New Survey

Classified Ads
We made a couple changes to the Classified Section, and the popularity of this section has grown dramatically! You can now add a digital photo of whatever it is you have for sale.
Anyways the classified section, is now the most frequently visited section of the website, so get out there and sell something! Click HERE !

Anybody in Louisville can contribute a story..
 or a Guest Editorial on pretty much any subject by Clicking HERE: and typing the story in the little box.
This represents access to about 868 of our neighbors, and you don't have to pay to get your message to the Community.
(message must be approved by the nasty editor however)

Join Club Louisville
Be sure and check out all the Local Discussion by going to: Click Here:> and clicking on "Last Week" the top left hand side of your screen.

Hey, Life is Better Here!
If you are among the geographically challenged that happen to live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
Select a lot in our new Subdivision, drive down and check it out,
get a loan, build a house then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!

From the Editor
Another time - Our Home Town
I looked at that picture from the 'Ol Historian and I tried to imagine that early Spring morning in 1929. Young folks heading out to the quarry, thinking about their kids, their town, their future. I wonder if any of them ever imagined that we would be staring at an old tattered photograph on our computers 77 years later.

I didn't spend a lot of time with my Grandpa Shriver, but I know that he worked on the huge Hoover dam project on the Colorado river. I hope that this picture helps some Grand kid to not only put a face on a story of their grandpa, but also look at all his buddies as they head off to work. Kinda get a feel for what that might have been like back then.

Do you think maybe, in the year 2083 after we are all gone, that some kid will be pouring over a picture of Louisville in 2006 and trying to imagine life back then?

Having Fun and watching Pete Ricketts commercials South of the River
Computer John
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