Month: August 2017

Under Construction

Our Website is presently under construction. We anticipate them   to return new and improved very soon. Everything from 2012 to Aug. 2, 2017 is on the site and you can review as much as needed. If you are a…

Keep an Eye on Health

Dr. John Clifton gave a very informative presentation about Cataracts to the Red Hills Senior Enrichment Organization. His explanations answered many questions the group had about senior eye care in general. The Red Hills group meets every second Tuesday of…

Extensive Street resurfacing underway in Louisville

By Mike Robertson Winston County Journal   Many streets in the City of Louisville were damaged in the tornado of 2014, and in serious need of resurfacing. Thanks to recovery funds from FEMA and MEMA the city has recently undertaken…

Speaker Invited

Judge George Mitchell spoke in June to the Red Hills Senior Enrichment Organization. He explained his tasks as a judge, and then spoke passionately about the new approach that the Sixth Chancery District is taking with young offenders in Drug…

Coburn Family hosts 8th Family Reunion

The descendants of the late Dave and Willie Mae Coburn of Louisville, MS gathered for a weekend filled with love, laughter and fun. The bi-annual Coburn Family Reunion was held in Louisville at Lake Tiak O’Khata July 22-23, 2017. The…

Yard of the Month named by Master Gardeners

Submitted As summer winds down and kids head back to school, many gardens have begun to suffer. Excessive June rain followed by oppressive heat and humidity of July has caused many gardeners to seek air conditioning in doors. This is…

Louisville honored with Municipal Excellence Award

From press and staff reports The Mississippi Municipal League (MML) honored the 2017 Municipal Excellence Awards Winners at the 86th Annual MML Conference Award Luncheon held in Biloxi, Mississippi at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center on Wednesday, July…

WA football Patriots face brutal slate in 2017

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal   Breathers on the 2017 football schedule for Winston Academy will be few and far between. The Patriots not only are in one of the most competitive districts inside the Mississippi Association of Independent…

REPM to begin monthly meetings again Aug. 3

The retired educators of Winston County meet on the first Thursday of each month. The next meeting with the end of the summer break will be August 3 at 1pm at City Hall in Louisville. If you receive a retired…

World Breastfeeding Week 2017 to be recognized

From press reports   In celebration of World Breastfeeding Week 2017, Louisville area residents are invited to stop by the Winston County Library and pick up a free copy of the book Your Guide to Breastfeeding,  published by The Office…