Monthly Archives: September 2013

Louisville native wins Grand Haul Girl

Article courtesy of Chris Hannon of Real Media   Abby Hathorn has been selected to represent The Outlet Shops of Grand River as the Grand Haul Girl over the next four months. Abby is thrilled to be on board as a spokesperson for…

Louisville native serves as teacher intern

The W’s teacher intern from Starkville is Stacey Boatner. The teacher internship (formerly referred to as student teaching) is the major phase of a developing cumulative series of academic and professional courses and laboratory experiences designed to prepare the prospective…

ECCC Class being offered

Instruction in small engine repair, including the theory of operation, carboration, ignition systems, and internal engine components, is being offered at the ECCC Lab located at the Neshoba County Career-Technical Center. Classes will be held on eight consecutive Thursdays beginning…

Lady Warriors honored with champ rings

By Austin Bishop The Winston county Journal   It was a moment they had waited for with anticipation. After winning the MHSAA Class 1A Fast-Pitch Softball State Championship last spring, the Nanih Waiya Lady Warriors were presented with their rings…

Local athletes take part in Glowing for Christ


Noxapater athletes head to the exchange with Nanih Waiya early Monday, Sept. 9 morning as their part of the crosses trek across the state.

From staff and press reports   Athletes from Winston Academy, Louisville High School, Noxapater and Nanih Waiya took park in the Mississippi Glowing for Christ event Sept. 8 and Sept. 9. The Winston Academy and Louisville High School students carried…

Concert set for September 21

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A Gospel Benefit Concert will be held for Corey Miller on Saturday Sept. 21, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. Pleasant Grove U.M. Church. The concert will feature local choirs and solo singers. Corey was injured in a car accident and is…

Winston Academy falls to AAA Heritage 28-7

WA’s Logan Webb makes a break for the outside.

By Wendell Womack   The Winston Patriots had already gotten a dose of the Heritage Patriots earlier this season in the opening jamboree at Winston, where the Winston Patriots were out scored in the event. But last Friday night at…

‘Heartbeat’ program kicksoff at WMC

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From press reports   Winston Medical Center kicked off its new “WMC Heartbeat” program which is a customer service and employee recognition program. The program will allow Department Directors, Administration, patients, and families an opportunity to recognize employees who excel…

Lady Warriors to be honored

It may be football season, but there will be a special presentation for a group of girls on Friday night before Nanih Waiya’s home game with East Oktibbeha. At 6:25 p.m. a special presentation of their MHSAA Class 1A State…