Monthly Archives: September 2013

Supes approve deficit budget

From staff and press reports   The Winston County Board of Supervisors in their Sept. 3 meeting approved a 2013-14 budget with no millage increase but with a deficit of revenues versus expenditures. The projected revenues for the county in…

Compost now course to be offered

Learn the basics of home composting Thursday, September 12th at the Winston County Extension Office from 10 – 11 a.m. Jeff Wilson, MSU Extension Horticulture Agent will be demonstrating how to turn your yard waste and basic food waste items…

Division play closing in for Lady Tigers

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal   Noxapater High School head slow-pitch softball coach Jodie Duran is hoping her team’s 6-4 win over Sebastopol Monday provides some momentum as the Lady Tigers creep closer to division play. Noxapater has…

East Mississippi takes 59-0 win over East Central

From special reports   East Central Community CollegeÅfs young and injury-plagued football squad was simply no match for nationally ranked East Mississippi Community College which scored early and often in posting an easy 59-0 victory over the Warriors Thursday, Sept.…

ECCC ‘Small Engine Repair’ Class being offered In Philadelphia

Instruction in small engine repair, including the theory of operation, carboration, ignition systems, and internal engine components, is being offered at the East Central Community College Productivity Enhancement Lab located at the Philadelphia/Neshoba County Career-Technical Center.   Classes will be…

News of the Past

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal. 100 Years Ago – September 22, 1913 LOUISVILLE: Mr. Gilbert J. Wood is home on a visit to his mother, Mrs.…