Month: October 2014

Taylor Visitors

CAREER TECH STUDENTS VISIT TAYLOR FUTURE WELDERS –Students from John C. Stennis Vocational Complex-Kemper County Schools-visited Taylor Machine Works and the Big Red Fire Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 16. They all returned to campus with a greater knowledge about welding…

Flag donation

Woodmen of the World Area Manager Jerry Hemphill recently presented an American Flag to the Nanih Waiya Softball Team.

County donation

Woodmen of the World Chapter 102 recently donated a TV to the Winston County EMA to replace one that was damaged.  This TV will enable the EMA to make presentations to county and city officials of possible emergencies and the…

BCA support

ECCC Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Numerous East Central Community College students, administrators, faculty and staff members show their support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing “pink” for “Think Pink Day” Thursday, October 16.

LHS Wildcats rally to take dramatic win and clinch region championship

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal Sometime championship teams are formed in the regular season. The Louisville Wildcats are hoping some of that foundation was laid last Friday night when they rallied from an 11-point second-half deficit to score…

LHS Band competes in Region III Marching Band Festival

Thousands of high school musicians converged on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus Oct. 11 for the Region III Marching Band Festival. Hosted by the Meridian High School Band Boosters, the annual gathering has been held at EMCC’s Sullivan-Windham Field…

‘Pumpkin heads’

Mrs. Lowrey’s 5th grade at Winston Academy made a pumpkin to depict their favorite character from a book. Each student presented their pumpkin.

Speaking about Legion

Kline Shepherd, charter member of Friends of Legion State Park, is shown here with Shari Flake, president of the Winston Garden Club. Mr. Shepherd was the guest speaker at the Winston Garden Club’s September meeting.

Constitution Day at ECCC

ECCC students commemorate Constitution Day Students at East Central Community College celebrated Constitution Day on September 17 with the student-led reading of the U.S. Constitution, distribution of copies of the Constitution and an American history trivia questions session to win…