Month: February 2014

Locals among HEADWAE Honorees

From press reports   Sophomore Lindsey McCool and math instructor Robin Fulton, both of Louisville, were recently selected to represent East Central Community

Letters to the editor – Reading is important

Reading is important 61% of low-income families have NO books in their home, not one single book. There is only 1 age appropriate book for every 300 children in low income neighborhoods compared to 13

Lady Patriots set to take part in North State

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal   Due to poor weather the Winston Academy Lady Patriots’ opening round game in the MAIS AA North State Tournament in Canton was moved from Tuesday to

LHS defensive backs sign with C-L

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal   Louisville High School defensive backs Lakendrick Vaughn and Darius Dora won’t necessarily be amongst strangers when they arrive on the campus of Copiah-Lincoln Community College this

Website develops future look, offers all items in newspaper

The Winston County Journal (www.winstoncountyjournal.com) has gone through many variations, designs and changes to its websites since the online version came to life in 2002. In 2013, we have even gotten good about updating the sites every week as well…

Full Winston County Journal Electronic Version 2/5/14

We now have a subscription service for our website. If you are a current print subscriber, please email us at bookkeeping@winstoncountyjournal.com with your name, email address and mailing address, and you can access this content as part of your print…

Woodmen’s Rives takes top honors

Woodmen of the World-North MS recently held its annual awards banquet for Field Representatives and Area Managers in Tupelo, MS. Hosting the event was

State Club helps others

The Official Mississippi Women’s Club held their January 2014 meeting at the Magnolia Speech School in Jackson. The Magnolia Speech School was established

Louisville football history comes to life

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal   What began as an idea by Louisville Superintendent Ken McMullan to celebrate the coaches and athletes who led Louisville HIgh School to eight MHSAA state football championships, quickly evolved

Calvary Apostolic hosts Health Fairs and Walking in Wellness

From press & staff reports   Calvary Apostolic Health and Wellness hosted its first Health Fair of 2014 at Calvary Apostolic Life Center this past Saturday. The event began at 12 p.m. and ended at 3 p.m. Also, the health fair…