Monthly Archives: December 2012

Crowd examines amended building proposal at meeting

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Louisville Municipal School Board discussed an amended version on the proposed building program in the district. The new program outlined about $5.4 million in expenditures versus the first plan that had about…

Carl Jackson Day celebrated

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal With Mayor Will Hill of Louisville proclaiming Dec. 8 as Carl Jackson Day in Louisville, it was truly Carl Jackson Day. Jackson walked the streets, perfomred in front of the courthouse and brought…

Crowd examines amended building proposal at meeting

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Louisville Municipal School Board discussed an amended version on the proposed building program in the district. The new program outlined about $5.4 million in expenditures versus the first plan that had about…

Community Blood Drive set for Dec. 23

From press reports Remember that list you made at the beginning of the year, the one that was supposed to change your life—your 2012 New Year’s Resolutions? Maybe one of those items on your list was “donate blood just one…

Obituaries

Ms. Eloise Williams Funeral services for Ms. Eloise Williams were held at 11 AM Wed., Dec. 5, 2012 from John E. Stephens Chapel with Rev. Jerome Fedrick, Rev. Rodney Thompson and graveside was Rev. Dustin Moore officiating. Interment was in…

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

FLU Influenza (“the flu”) is more dangerous than the common cold for children. Each year, many children get sick with seasonal influenza; some of those illnesses result in death. Around 20,000 children under the age of 5 are hospitalized because…

MHSAA awards football players

With the end of the Mississippi High School Activities Association 2012 football season, several Winston county players received postseason honors. The 2012 Mississippi Association of Coaches recently announced the Class 1A and 4A All-State teams as well as the All-MAIS…

Basketball underway

Nanih Waiya On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the Nanih Waiya Warriors boys and girls squads hosted the Ethel Tigers. The Lady Warriors tipped off first, and claimed a 37-20 victory. The boys followed with a 64-34 loss to the Tigers. The…