Month: October 2015

Nanih Waiya wins slugfest over Noxapater in Cross Creek Rivalry

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Cross Creek rivalry surely didn’t disappoint. In a game full of big plays and momentum swings, visiting Nanih Waiya was able to counter every time Noxapater made it’s move to take control or…

Students visit Nissan motor company

From press reports Winston Louisville Career & Technology Students in the Welding and Automotive Service Technician programs enjoyed a trip to Canton, MS. These students toured the Nissan plant and were able to identify

Rotary Club updated on Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Program

As many residents of Mississippi know, the state consists mainly of rural areas that face difficult challenges in regards to providing healthcare. During its October 21 meeting, The Rotary Club of Louisville was provided information on a program that was…

Winston ends season with a loss to Starkville

From Wendell Womack The last six meetings between the Winston Patriots and the Starkville Volunteers have ended with an average score of 38-11 in favor of Starkville. The trend remained about the same as Winston saw their last game of…

Head Start celebrates Awareness Month & 50th anniversary

From press & staff reports The month of October is very special to the Head Start centers nationwide as they celebrate National Head Start Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan first proclaimed

Louisville-Kosy rivalry has home playoff game in balance

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Sometimes, you just have to figure out a way to win. With his team’s offense producing less than 100 yards total for the game, Louisville High School linebacker Lajordin Anderson stepped in front of…

Designation of Winston County to receive FSA Disaster Loan apps

“Emergency loans for farmers, ranchers, and operators are available through the Oktibbeha County Office of the Farm Service Agency,” Douglas E. Naron, FSA Farm Loan Manager, said today. According to Mr. Naron, this authority is pursuant to Secretary Vilsack’s declaration…

EMCC football season comes to a shocking end

From school reports Transfer quarterback John Franklin III accounted for six touchdowns and nearly 300 yards of total offense in one half of play to propel the third-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College to a 48-0 road victory over…

News of the Past – 10/28/15

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal. 100 Years Ago – October 29, 1915 FRONT PAGE: Coming up for consideration the letting of the Poor House for…

Jail Docket – 10/28/15

October 20, 2015 Carter, Sedrick L., 11/11/1976, B/M, Court Circuit Order, WCCC, DUI in the 3rd, Brought to WCCRCF from Court. October 21, 2015