Month: November 2012

Local organization featured on GAC’s Great American Heroes

From press reports

A Winston County based non-profit organization along with host Trace Adkins will be featured on Great American Country’s (GAC) new series ”Great American Heroes”. The show will air November 25, 2012 at 8P.M. Break-Away Outdoors began hosting … Read more

ECCC offers free ‘First Steps’ Workshop In Louisville  

A workshop titled “First Steps – the Process of Starting a Small Business” is being offered through East Central Community College’s Small Business Development Center.

This FREE session will be held on Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 5:30 p.m. to … Read more

Ac’cents Show Choir to present concert Nov. 27

Members of the East Central Community College show choir, The Ac’cents, will present their fall campus concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 27, in Vickers Fine Arts Center Auditorium on the Decatur campus.

There is no charge for admission and … Read more

Louisville business first in MS to provide new pain treatment

From press reports

GT Physical Therapy recently became the first medical facility in Mississippi to have its doctors of physical therapy certified in providing a procedure called Dry Needling. With a similarity to acupuncture, dry needling is a modern Western … Read more

Noxapater finishes strong season against Stringer

By Ruthie Robison The Winston County Journal

Although it was cut shorter than anticipated, the Noxapater Tigers completed a successful 2012 high school football season last Friday night in the second round of the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – November 22, 1912 [This issue was not available for review.]

75 Years Ago – November 19, 1937 LOUISVILLE: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Aldredge, a fine boy on November 15th. – Mr. and Mrs. … Read more

Louisville Post office gains recognition for Breast Cancer stamp sales

From press and staff reports

Pink ribbons and other signs marked the Louisville Post Office during the month of October to support the fight against breast cancer by selling special Breast Cancer stamps.

While the Louisville Post office in comparison … Read more

REPM talks health

From press and staff reports

The Retired Educational Personnel of Mississippi for Winston County held their November meeting with a discussion on diabetes and health.

Paula Freeman, Clinical Diabetes Educator with Novo Nordisk Inc. and Emily Perkins, Nurse Practitioner at … Read more

Winston County Chiefs wins district and state

Submitted Leslie Loving

The Winston County Chiefs 11-12 year old team, of Louisville MS, has had a successful football season. During this 2012 they received three championship titles. As the regular season came to an end on October 6, the … Read more

Noxapater continues to roar toward the championship game

By Ruthie Robison The Winston County Journal

The Noxapater Tigers carried their winning ways into the postseason.

Last Friday night the Tigers hosted the Region 4, No. 4 Dexter Bulldogs at Leon Burton Field in the first round of the … Read more