Category: News

Let’s be Neighbors

Carolyn Mills, Provides a weekly view from the community. Hope all of you readers of this column enjoyed a great 4th of July and the long weekend holiday. On 2nd Sunday a combined worship service for churches on West Louisville…

Easy Casseroles & Crispy Bars from Brock

Two of my favorite casseroles are printed for you this week. I hope you enjoy them. I have also printed you a favorite dessert of mine called Brock’s Caramel Crispies. These casseroles are so easy to prepare ahead of time,…

Reed Brothers recognized at Akademia Music Awards

From press and staff reports The Reed Brothers of Louisville continue to find success as the group were recognized for their gospel music excellence with another award. The group has been very busy receiving accolades for their hard work and…

Library to host upcoming programs

From press & staff reports The Winston County Library will soon host two “terrific” programs that will both entertain and inform children before they head back to another school year. The library will host two programs July 20 from 2-3…

Judge Mitchell to speak to Republican Women meeting

From press & staff reports The Winston County Republican Women are looking forward to their next meeting, as Circuit Court Judge George Mitchell will speak to the group on Monday, July 18th, at noon at Lake Tiak O’Khata. Judge Mitchell…

In the Garden

Nanih Waiya resident Sam Patch has been displaying his “green thumb” when he brought enormous tomatoes he grew to the Winston County Journal office. Patch’s five tomatoes weigh an amazing three pounds each, and were grown in the Nanih Waiya…

Local ICC Student-Athletes earn MACJC Academic All-State honors

From press reports Itawamba Community College continues to be recognized for outstanding academics as 41 student-athletes earned Mississippi Association of Junior and Community Colleges (MACJC) Academic All-State honors on Wednesday. Of the 41 Indians named to the Academic All-State list,…

Rural Medical scholar

Landis Llewelyn, third from left, of Louisville, received recognition from Rural Medical Scholars program directors Ann Sansing and Jasmine Harris-Speight and counselors Abby Matthews and Mitch Lang. LLewelyn was among 26 students enrolled in the five-week summer program at Mississippi…

Salute to the police

Police across the country are reporting a surge in support after the fatal shootings in Dallas. The Louisville Police Department received a beautiful bouquet  of flowers from an anonymous citizen. “In the midst of all that is going on in…

Website updates to begin on Thursdays

The Winston County Journal will now update its publication date of its website beginning July 14 on Thursdays. You will now be able to view the latest edition of the paper online on Thursdays.