Monthly Archives: September 2012

Louisville defeats Kemper Co. 49-8

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal Similar to last season’s start, the Louisville Wildcats were on a two- game winning streak after losing their season opener going into Friday’s contest against Kemper County. They would continue their streak as…

Tigers blank Lions 41-0

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Class 1A defending champion Noxapater Tigers started their division part of their schedule this past Friday as they faced off against the Weir Lions. The Lions, who were short a few players,…

Dailey chosen for MAIS Fab 15

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal This past July, the 2012 MAIS (Mississippi Association of Independent Schools) Football Fab 15 was selected, and Winston Academy’s own Orien Dailey was one of those players. Dailey, who is a 6 foot,…

Warriors fall to Chiefs 41-14

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The first of the season seems to always be the roughest for the Nanih Waiya Warriors football team. For the past few seasons, the team has had rocky starts with stretches of losses,…

Panthers maul Patriots 24-7

By Wendell Womack The Winston Patriot’s upset loss to the Canton Panthers last week at Patriot Field proved one thing: The Patriots were at the game, but not in the game! Anytime that a team has more turnovers than points,…

{news] New of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – September 13, 1912 NOXAPATER: Mrs. W. W. Hickman spent last week in Meridian where she carried her baby for treatment. – Mrs. Claud Mitchell is spending a while with her mother, Mrs. McMinn, in Plattsburg. –…

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Fair Elementary’s cookie dough fundraiser kicked off on Wednesday, September 5th and will end on Friday, September 14th. Money for the fundraiser is due in the office on September 14th by 8:00 am. It is important that your child’s money…

South to be featured BATTLE speaker

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The annual Breast Cancer Awareness To Teach Ladies Early Detection (BATTLE) luncheon key ingredient is the informational speaker. This year will feature Dwalia South. South has practiced medicine for over 30 years. She…

Library hosting comic exhibit

By Joseph C. McCain The Winston County Journal Comic strips provide a colorful and humorous respite from the serious news that precedes them in the newspaper. With this in mind, John Read collected together the original art of 140 different…