Monthly Archives: March 2013

Winston Guards hold monthly meeting

From press reports

Winston Guards No. 2643 Mississippi Division United Daughters of the
Confederacy met in the Colonial Room at Lake Tiak O’Khata on February
4, 2013 at 5:30pm.

Hostess for the meeting were Connie Faye Estes and Eve Haggard. … Read more

Sales tax collections reflect growth

From staff and press reports

Consumer spending in Louisville continues to grow in spite of slow
economic growth throughout the Winston County Region.

Louisville’s sales tax collections in March totaled $131,833.91 up
over March 2012 by $3,914.10, or 3 percent. … Read more

ECCC recognized for growth, academic success

From press reports

Students of all ages can f
ind success at East Central Community College in Decatur.
Located in the heart of east central Mississippi, EC is routinely
recognized for academic success by Mississippi’s Institutions of
Higher Learning (IHL).… Read more

Winston Countians are Heroes for American Red Cross

From press reports

During Red Cross Month, the American Red Cross recognizes the
nation’s Everyday Heroes who give of themselves and in some way help
their community.

On Tuesday, March 13, members of the Winston County NAACP who are
active … Read more

LMSD to hold stakeholder meetings March 25

From press and staff reports

Public input is being sought in the search for a new Louisville
Municipal School District superintendent.

The district will hold a series of stakeholder meetings March 25. In
three separate Stakeholder meetings on March 25 … Read more

Lil’ Blessings is blessed with plenty to sell

From press reports

Lil’ Blessings Children’s Consignment Sale is fully stocked and ready
to sell to the public this Friday and Saturday.

On Friday, March 22 from 9am – 6pm, and Saturday, March 23 from 9am
– 11 am , … Read more

Supervisors seek timber, heavy haulers help

By Joseph McCain
The Winston County Journal

The Winston County Board of Supervisors request all timber haulers
and other heavy haulers on county roads notify them before beginning
any hauling jobs in the county.

“I need to know when they … Read more