Month: February 2014

Pet of the week

Hershey is a spayed lab mix.  She is very calm, and does great around the other dogs at the shelter.  Her adoption fee is $20.00.  To see more pictures of Hershey and the other animals that are available for adoption,…

Illegal dumping and litter concern supervisors

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal   The some roadways around Winston County have been cluttered with dumped garbage, household furniture, litter and much more over in the past few years as witnessed

Louisville commends achievements at ‘Celebration of Champions’

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal   The City of Louisville as well as all of Winston County celebrated the Louisville Wildcats’ eight championship seasons with a “Celebration of Champions” event. The event, which featured the six championship coaches…

8 to Vye for Winston County DYW

From press and staff reports   There are no crowns in the Distinguished Young Women Program. Instead, junior high school girls are awarded a prize more valuable

Supervisors discuss 911, other county business

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal   The Winston County Board of Supervisors discussed a potential rough draft of the interlocal E-911 agreement with the City of Louisville. The supervisors discussed that the new agreement

Honor Roll

Nanih Waiya_2ND 9 WEEKS HONOR ROLL 2ND GRADE Brittany Davis Honor Roll Alexa Jane Holdiness Honor Roll Kendon Sanders Honor Roll

Let’s be Neighbors

Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community. With temperatures in the single digits at night and staying freezing temps all day this writer stayed indoors several days last week. Finally we got some decent weather on Friday and…

Noxapater has opportunity to host Girls 1A South State

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal   If Noxapater head girls basketball coach Pam Winstead was looking for a carrot to dangle in front of her Lady Tigers, she found it this week when it was announced that Noxapater…

Letters to the editor

Salute Winston Countians I’m writing to thank Louisville residents for their generosity in helping thousands of suffering children worldwide this Christmas. Through their efforts, we were able to contribute towards 30,700