Month: May 2013

ECCC notes

Former ECCC Football Players Invited to Campus Event

Former East Central Community College football players are encouraged to attend the first annual meeting of Warrior Football Alumni and meet new head coach Ken Karcher.

The event is scheduled from 6:30 … Read more

Lady Warriors looking forward to more softball success

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By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal



A week after winning the first girls state championship in school history, the Nanih Waiya fast-pitch softball team has begun working on a repeat of their 2013 MSHAA Class 1A State … Read more

Nanih Waiya baseball puts together amazing three-year run

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By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


The instant reaction following the last out of Nanih Waiya’s 3-1 loss in the deciding game of the MHSAA Class 1A State Baseball Championship Series on Saturday was one of disappointment.

The … Read more

35th Annual Red Hills Art Association Competition held

Second place Craft from Simmons

The 35th Annual Red Hills Art Association Competition was open to the public on Friday, May 17 during library hours. The show was open during this past weekend’s Red Hills Art Festival.

This year’s judge for the RHAA Competition was … Read more

Eaves, Rosamond set to play in all-star game

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


A pair of senior Nanih Waiya standouts will be representing the Warriors once again on Saturday when they play for the North team in the D.M. Howie MHSAA All-Star Baseball game set … Read more

Noxapater to host alumni baseball games June 8

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


Second-year Noxapater head baseball coach Casey Orr is hoping to introduce the past to the present when the Tigers host a pair of alumni games on June 8 as a fundraiser for … Read more

Check it out at the Library

The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

John Sandford – Silken Prey

Carolyn Hart – Dead, White and Blue

Mary Jo Putney – Sometimes A Rogue

Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland – Ace Atkins

John Le … Read more

Taylor Machine Works honors employees for service of 40 years plus

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Taylor Machine Works, Inc. is proud to congratulate these employees for completing 40 plus years of service. With the company just completing its 85th anniversary, these men have shown great dedication and have helped Taylor Machine Works become a world … Read more

CAPPS Summer Jam 2013 planned

The CAPPS staff in collaboration with faculty and staff from Mississippi State University is planning for an exciting summer program for students in the Louisville Municipal School District. This year’s focus will be on Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science. Activities … Read more