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International children’s choir to perform in French Camp

Submitted by Mary Nell Coblentz His Little Feet International Children’s Choir is presenting at French Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, April 5 at 6 p.m. The choir presentation will be in church Sanctuary at 323 School Street in French Camp. The…

Calendar of Events

DARE Graduation to be held The DARE graduation will be held at 9 a.m., April 17 at the Louisville Elementary School. Ribbon cutting/ dedication April 28th at 10:00 for the Ribbon Cutting of the new hospital.   Get Checked, Be…

Winston Guard stay busy in March

Submitted The Winston Guards 2643 chapter of the United Daughters have had a busy March. On Monday March 6, member Susan Jones gave the program on Holt Collier an African-American who served in the Confederate Cavalry under General Nathan Bedford…

Patriots win 2 of 3, prep for district play

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal   Winston Academy won two of its three contests on the baseball diamond last week, earning an exciting victory last Thursday at Newton County Academy before splitting a pair of games Saturday at home.…

Warriors keep rolling on diamond

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya just keeps finding ways to win baseball games. Last week in the Rush Invitational Baseball Tournament in Meridian, the Warriors scored on a passed ball in the seventh inning to knock off…

Louisville Fortnightly Club holds February meeting

February 16 the Louisville Fortnightly Club held its monthly meeting at Lake Tiah O’Khata. Hostesses were the following: Mrs. John Garner, Mrs. Robert McLeod, Mrs. Lex Taylor, and Ms Belle Forster. The meeting was brought to order by President, Mrs.…

PSC promotes EPA’s ‘Fix a Leak Week’

Submitted   As part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ongoing We’re for Water campaign, this year’s Fix a Leak Week encourages Americans to help put a stop to the more than 1 trillion gallons of water wasted from…

Summer Youth positions available at Refuge

Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge is seeking applications from adventurous young women and men ages 15 to 18.   Whether interested in wildlife careers, summer employment or job experience this is a great opportunity. Positions are available through…

New study: Career and technical education perceptions examined

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Despite the proven benefits of career and technical education, many Mississippians—even some public-school educators—seem to have misconceptions about its worth in preparing the state’s future workforce. “Confronting the CTE Stigma” is a new report developed from statewide surveys conducted…