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It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Thank you to Winston Medical Center administration for partnering with Louisville Municipal School District this year to offer flu shots to the faculty. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get vaccinated as soon as the…

New of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – October 18, 1912 NOXAPATER: Mrs. Clyde Hathorn and Miss Bulah Morris were visitors to Louisville Wednesday. – Mrs. J. V. Stevens and baby returned home Tuesday from a visit to her parents at Ackerman. HIGHPOINT: The…

Noxapater receives visit from Presley

From staff and press reports Noxapater officials and residents had an opportunity to discuss issues with Brandon Presley, Northern District public service commissioner. Presley held a rural community meeting at Noxapater Park on Thursday, September 27. A good crowd of…

Holiday events and shop at home promoted by Chamber

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Winston County Chamber of Commerce is blitzing the community and encouraging the public to support local businesses especially during the upcoming holiday season when many special local events are planned.

Cotton Gin a success

By Joy Wall On Saturday, September 29, we had another great day in Noxapater. The Cotton Gin Festival and Car Show was once again a successful event. The weather turned out to be just right and we all had a…

Mayor’s Youth Leadership Core Training program set

From press reports The City of Louisville and The Mississippi School of Protocol & Etiquette have formed a Strategic Partnership Alliance to offer leadership training titled “The Mayor’s Youth Leadership Core Training Program” to the youth of Louisville, Mississippi. Participants…

Aldermen approve plans to restructure LPD

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Louisville Board of Aldermen approved a restructuring of the Louisville Police Department in its regular Oct. 2 meeting. Louisville Police Chief L.M. Claiborne requested the several changes inside the police department to…

Backwoods Comic Fest draws vendors, crowds

From staff and press reports Unique visitors with resemblances to Princess Leia and other characters appeared at Louisville Coliseum on Sept. 29 for a first ever Backwoods Comics festival. Festival organizer Andy Childress thanked all the visitors and vendors for…