Monthly Archives: January 2014

Summer program targets rural medical scholars

Health & Wellness Section 2014

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Mississippi high school juniors considering medical careers in their home state have the opportunity to take part in an intense and enlightening summer program at Mississippi State University.

The five-week Rural Medical … Read more

Specialists offer keys to caregiving success

Health & Wellness Section 2014

By Linda Breazeale

MSU Ag Communications

 

MISSISSIPPI STATE — Caregivers cannot neglect themselves without hurting the quality of service they give those who need them.

Bonnie Carew, assistant Extension professor in food science, nutrition … Read more

Noxapater continues league play this week

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

The Lady Tigers of Noxapater High School were looking to get back on the winning track when they played a pair of key region contests this week.

The Lady Tigers, who lost … Read more

Louisville basketball teams suffer setbacks

Nedaron Roberts #12 driving the ball hard upcourt

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

The Louisville HIgh School Lady Wildcats head into this week looking to bounce back from a surprising

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Traipsin’ Round Town

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Lynn Cunningham

Provides a view from the community.

Cold temps have plagued us down here in the Southland for weeks now but we must admit it’s that time of year—hog killin’ time. Burst pipes … Read more

BSF in Louisville

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Eleven individuals completed the Building Strong Families Career Classes this week at East Central Community College – Louisville.  Winston County Marriage Educator Barbara Culberson and … Read more

Winston Countians celebrate MLK’s life

LHS band marches in the annual parade.

From staff reports

 

The Winston County Branch NAACP sponsored the Annual Celebration of Dr. King’s Birthday with a parade followed by a program at Still Valley M.B. Church.

Following the parade, Jackson State University professor, C. Leigh McInnis, spoke … Read more