Supervisors discuss and agree upon health insurance

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Winston County Board of Supervisors met with numerous insurance representatives to discuss health care benefits for county employees during their April 7 meeting at the Winston County Courthouse. The supervisors met with…

Minority Caucus Education event held in county

Supervisor Gloria Turnipseed helps welcome the crowd.

From press reports The Mississippi Association of Supervisors Minority Caucus Educational Conference gathered together more than 60 officials to Winston County from across the state to build relationships with one another and attend educational seminars. The seminars covered matters such…

Lady Warriors roll to big win over Noxapater

NW softball Mackenzie Johnson

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya fast-pitch softball team split a pair of games last week, taking a 15-3 win over Noxapater, before dropping a 9-6 decision to West Lauderdale. Two games with West Lowndes were…

Warriors clinch region baseball championship

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya Baseball team picked up three wins last week, including a crucial 8-1 win over Noxapater that clinched the region championship for the Warriors. “Any time you can get a district…

ECCC/Co-Lin Softball Teams split Doubleheader

Sophomore Lady Diamond Warriors Honored
Sophomore members of the East Central Community College fast-pitch softball team were recognized Friday prior to the home finale against Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Decatur. Honorees were joined by family members for the special ceremony. Sophomore players and their respective high schools include (from left) Hayley Stephens (24), Union; Ty Buckley (23), Neshoba Central; Morgan Porter (19), Enterprise; Lindsey Beard (17), Clarkdale; Kaylin Hopkins (8), Louisville; Kendra Wilson (5), South Lamar (Millport, AL); and Amber McBroom (3), Brandon. The Lady Warriors fell 14-3 in the opener but rallied for an11-4 win in the nightcap to improve to 30-12 overall and 15-9 in the MACJC South Division. Kristin Chaney serves as head coach. (EC Photo)

From school reports After a 14-3 drubbing in the first contest, East Central Community College‚Äôs fast-pitch softball squad responded with an 11-4 thumping of division foe Copiah-Lincoln Community College Friday on the Decatur campus. The Lady Diamond Warriors sport a…