News

Reaching out to St. Jude’s

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It’s time again for Taylor Machine Works Annual St. Jude’s Toy Drive. These toys are not only delivered to in-house patients at St. Jude’s Research Hospital but they are distributed to the Grizzly House and the Target Houses for children … Read more

LHS Class of 1963 remembers the ‘times’

Pictured are (left to right) Marveen Moody, Mildred Fant Waters, Freada Kinard Crawford, Hilda Null Lowery, Jeri Lashley Landry, Janice Burt Paty, Rebecca Cagle Carson, Nora Giffin Clay, Odell Collier Frazier, (Back) Mitzi Metts Taylor, Albert Moore, Dr. Spiva Gene Richardson, Dr. Dewitt Crawford, Gene Estes, Edward Lee Rowell, Raymond MCKay, Bob Paty, Dr. John McCully, W.P. Johnson, and Jerome Parker.

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The 60th reunion of LHS Class of 1963 held

The Class of 1963 recently held a class reunion and talked about growing up and how they survived.

Class members noted that the following item could sum up so … Read more

Fortnightly meets in November for fall, Thanksgiving

Submitted by Lynne Cunningham

 

The Louisville Fortnightly Club met November 13 at the home of Mrs. Andrew Eaves. Decorations of fall flowers and leaves reflected the season and a colorful paper turkey signaled the approach of Thanksgiving Tasty refreshments … Read more

NRHA Rural Health Fellows Program recognizes Smith

From press reports

 

Mary Atkinson Smith is a board certified family nurse practitioner and surgical first assistant with Starkville Orthopedic Clinic in Starkville, MS. She also has additional certifications in orthopaedics and perioperative nursing. Smith is currently pursuing a … Read more

Looking a lot like Christmas: Parades on tap

From staff and press reports

 

While a fresh batch of cold temperatures and placing of Christmas lights around Louisville are starting to look a lot like Christmas, the Christmas season will kickoff in a major way in December with … Read more

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 – November 28, 1913

LOUISVILLE: Mr. Magruder Patty is now with Hollingsworth-Potts Drug Company. – The teachers … Read more

Thanksgiving celebrated by children

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The Thanksgiving holiday was celebrated and remembered by local children across the county as the Thanksgiving holiday approached.

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Kindergarten 3 year olds at First United Methodist Church celebrated Thanksgiving with a family soup event on … Read more

LHS boys basketball team working on depth

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

Louisville High School head boys basketball coach Hilute Hudson knows he has some outstanding athletes heading his way as soon as football season comes to a close, but he’s not waiting until … Read more