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Family Center hosts testing/graduation options workshop

Dr. Nola Bryant, Director of assessment and professional development for the Louisville Municipal School District, discusses with parents the new state testing methods and graduation options for seniors and others during a workshop held at the LMSD Family Center on April 3. Bryant wanted all the parents to know the upcoming changes to the state tests for the school district, as well as options for students who left school to still receive their diplomas.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Louisville Municipal School Family Center is serving to maximize the positive effects of families and schools working together to improve student achievement and family involvement. One way the Family Center is achieving … Read more

Traipsin’ Round

Cunningham testing out a motorcycle for comfort

Lynne Cunningham

Spring has sprung… sort of. The daffodils have come and gone, but the bearded iris are showing their colors and dogwood branches out from pale, pale green to white. I love the snowballs when they first make a … Read more

Class of 2014 Salute to Success held

Students and school faculty atending the event talk prior to kickoff.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The 2014 “Getcha head in the Game Salute to Success” was recently held at Lake Tiak O’Khata on April 7 at 8 a.m. This event honors and recognizes the achievements of the students … Read more

Correction: McAdory’s gathering

Mcadory 5 generations

Five generations of McAdorys from Noxapater recently gathered.

Those gathered were:Jack O’Neil, 82, Johnnie O’Neil, 63, Chris O’Neil, 37; Austin Kale, 18; Tenley Reese, 3 months.

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Land judging winners

Pictured left to right are Haden Patterson, Cole Clark, Michael Resh, Cole Stranes, and FFA Advisor West Watkins

Members of the Nanih Waiya FFA recently competed in the State FFA Land Judging competition on March 25 held at Mississippi State University. Members who participated were… Read more

Community celebrates Greensboro Day

Children at the event make music under the direction of Linda Stephen.

by Frank Taylor

As the clock tilted towards Greensboro Day 2014, Mother Nature unleashed inch and half of deserving rain on early Friday Morning which caused alarm in Greensboro. Nevertheless, the Greensboro Planning Committee Members Elaine Miller Hobson & Joan … Read more

GED diplomas

(EC Photo) 

These Winston County residents received high school equivalency diplomas during the semi-annual GED Graduation ceremony held March 20, 2014, at East Central Community College in Decatur. Graduates and their respective hometowns include … Read more

Extension office event set

Last Saturday Garden Series – MSU Extension Service Apiculturist Dr. Jeff Harris will discuss “Plants for Pollinators” on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 9 a.m. until noon at the … Read more