News

News of the Past – 10/1/2014

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.

100 Years Ago –October 2, 1914
LOUISVILLE: Miss Marie Inman left this week for Carthage where she has accepted … Read more

FC celebrates 63rd Harvest Festival

By Sylvia Dickson

Bring the family for a fun day at Harvest Festival, Saturday, October 11, 2014, in the French Camp/Natchez Trace Historic District. French Camp, MS is located on the Natchez Trace Parkway at the intersection of Hwy 413, … Read more

Cotton Gin this weekend

From press reports

The annual Noxapater Cotton Gin Festival is scheduled for this Saturday, September 27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the J.W. Young Park located on Highway 15 South.… Read more

Library receives distinguished visitors

Several distinguished visitors visited the library to see the investment of a small grant and the support the local community provides to the library.

From press reports

The Winston County Library staff gave a tour of the library to several distinguished visitors on September 17.

Timothy Owens, Sr. Program Advisor with the Institute of Museums and Libraries of Washington, D.C. visited the library to … Read more

‘WinstonStrong’ building on after theft

From staff and press reports

Burglars broke into the The WinstonStrong warehouses this past weekend and stole many items.

The Louisville Police are asking citizens for help in locating the thieves.… Read more

Attractive Landscapes improve home values

By Norman Winter


Have you ever shopped for a house and discovered you liked the ones with gorgeous landscapes better? Homes with attractive landscapes generally bring a premium price.

While we don’t necessarily plant a landscape to help sell our … Read more