Category: News

ECCC PBL students take top honors

Members of East Central Community College’s Theta Chi Chapter of Phi Beta Lamda competed in 21 events during state competition and had winners in each category. Each of the 20 members participating placed first in at least one event and…

Local among H&R Block winners

From press & staff reports A Winston County man was one of the daily winners of $1,000 through a nationwide sweepstakes at H&R Block. Jimmy Kelley received a check for $1,000 on Wednesday, January 20, 2016, at the H&R Block…

Anna Hankins named Ms Miss Amazing Jr. Teen 2016

Submitted Anna Hankins was recently named the 2016 Miss Amazing Jr. Teen in Mississippi. Hankins is 13 years old. She attends Eiland Middle School. Her parents are Jennifer and David Hankins of Louisville. Her grandparents are Kathy and Bob Oldham,…

Explore Mississippi’s beautiful state parks

By Evan O’Donnell MSU Extension Service STARKVILLE, Miss. — Mississippians are blessed with some amazing public lands across the state that offer opportunities for families, organized groups and individuals to experience the beauty of the state and its many outdoor…

‘The Frightened Frog’ project continues

From press reports Several members of the Town & Country Garden Club presented this project to Pre-School children on March 29 at the Winston County Library. The children were from First Baptist Church. Approximately 12 children participated. They learned the…

Speaker at Women’s event

Mississippi Supreme Court Appointee Justice Jimmy Maxwell recently spoke to the Republican Women of Winston County on March 21 at Lake Tiak O’Khata.

Lady Wildcats roll past Noxubee, Leake Central

From school reports The Lady Wildcats of Louisville High School won two of the three games they played last week, bouncing back from a 7-4 loss to Kosciusko on Monday to beat Noxubee 23-1 on Tuesday and Leake Central 10-0…

Calendar of Events – 04/13/2016

AARP April 13 Winston County area AARP Chapter #2859 will hold their April 13th meeting in City Hall at 1 p.m. Members are asked to be present and on time.

Kim Rosamond named Tennessee Tech women’s basketball head coach

From press reports She has nine years of experience as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Vanderbilt University, 19 seasons of experience in the tough Southeastern Conference as a player and coach, and 21 seasons overall in women’s college…

Womble graduates police training

After 12 weeks of demanding training, 60 new police officers graduated April 7 including Louisville’s newest officer Dalton Womble. The new officers came from all across the state to the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy in Pearl.