Opinion

Memories of Our County – 09/02/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Cell Phones

Today nearly everyone uses a cell phone. There are phones that can call just by hearing (?) the owner say the name of the person needed.

There … Read more

Editorial roundup – 09/02/15

Hiding behind hybrid office

Tim Kalich
Editor and Publisher
Greenwood Commonwealth

Historically, the Mississippi Legislature has been good about saying the state’s sunshine laws are a necessary antiseptic against waste, misconduct and other shenanigans for everyone but itself.

So, it’s … Read more

Letter to editor – 09/02/15

Polling place concerns

Walking into the polling place for our area of the county, one sees the tables for the Republicans and Democrats. The Republican table has all white poll workers, the Democrats all black. We are absolutely convinced that … Read more

Women are multi-talented

Hanna McCain

I was in the sixth grade when I wrote my first Women’s Suffrage play. Some classmates and I performed the play in front of my sixth grade class. The play detailed the long journey women went through just to be … Read more

Memories of Our County – 08/26/2015

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

The Barn Loft
I have been struggling the last few weeks trying to find suitable subjects to write about in this column.  Sleep evaded me last night and my … Read more

Letters to the editor

A thanks

I Miss Pasty A. Triplett would like to thank the Winston County Journal Newspaper for letting the Lord having ya’ll to be my voice in the town of Louisville, MS when I need someone to be there for … Read more

Memories of Our County – 08/19/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Granny’s Snuff
Granny and Papa dipped snuff. It came in square brown bottles with a cork stopper in the mouth of the bottle. When they finished a bottle of … Read more

Editorial roundup – 08/19/15

This just doesn’t seem right

By Charlie Dunagin
Editor McComb Enterprise Journal

You’d think the state auditor’s office would have more pressing business than harassing former Waveland police officers who lost their weapons in Hurricane Katrina and had them replaced … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 08/19/15

Rambling with Mrs. Arlene

Praise the Lord everyone.  I pray this will find everyone well and above all able to be up and moving around.  I have two weeks and then I will go back for x-rays to see how … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 08/12/15

Give the trucker his due

By Tim Kalich
Greenwood Commonwealth

After Robert Gray’s come-from-nowhere victory last week in the Democratic primary for governor in Mississippi, there were two main reactions.

First, political writers and observers tried to figure out how … Read more