Month: March 2017

ECCC to implement new automation and control technology program for Fall 2017

East Central Community College students will have a new career option beginning with the fall 2017 semester as the college implements a program in Automation and Control Technology, pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on…

ECCC SkillsUSA participants win state honors

Submitted East Central Community College students captured top awards in nine areas of competition during the 2017 Mississippi SkillsUSA state competition held recently. Award winners included Larry Reid of Lake, first place in related technical math; Jacob Perry of Louisville,…

Calendar of Events

DARE Graduation to be held The DARE graduation will be held at 9 a.m., April 17 at the Louisville Elementary School. Ribbon cutting/ dedication April 28th at 10:00 for the Ribbon Cutting of the new hospital.   Get Checked, Be…

Patriots have week of washouts

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Both of Winston Academy’s scheduled baseball contests last week were rained out. WA head coach Todd Allen said the only action his players got was a pair of junior-high games against district rival Leake…

Warriors roll to 10-0 start

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya’s baseball team rolled up four more victories last week, running the Warriors’ quick-start record to 10-0 on the season. Coach Tyler Rogers’ bunch started the week with a thrilling, 5-4 win over…

Lady Warriors fall to Ethel, Kosy

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya dropped a pair of 10-0 decisions last week on the softball diamond in their final pre-Spring Break action of the 2017 season. The Lady Warriors fell 10-0 to a strong Ethel team…

Lady Tigers split pair of games

By Robbie Robertson Winston County Journal The Noxapater Lady Tigers struggled at the plate last week but managed to split a pair of games. The Lady Tigers beat French Camp 8-6 on Thursday before dropping a 12-2 decision to Ethel…

Lady Wildcats looking to bounce back from tough week

By Robbie Robertson Winston County Journal It was another rough week on the diamond for the Louisville Lady Wildcats as they dropped four straight games. The Lady Wildcats were swept in a doubleheader at Pontotoc, falling 11-1 and 19-0. On…

Gobbling activity fluctuates throughout hunting season

By Jacob Dykes MSU Extension Service With spring comes turkey season and the countless hours spent listening for the chill-inducing gobble of a big tom. The adult, male turkey, called a tom or gobbler, produces these calls in an attempt…

‘Cats battle Houston tough in close loss

By Robbie Robertson Winston County Journal The Louisville baseball team only got in one game last week and gave the defending Class 4A champions all they wanted. After falling behind 7-0 to Houston, the Wildcats rallied for six runs in…