he area Southern Storm Cheerleading recently won their division championship in Orange Beach, Alabama, at the Deep South Beach Nationals. … Read more
The Louisville Garden Club held its end-of-the-year picnic at the Davis L. Fair Memorial Pavilion at Legion State Park. New officers were installed by Mrs. Frances Ball. 2015 officers are … Read more
The Retired Education Personnel Members recently met and recognized Senator Giles… Read more
The Winston County Library is getting ready for a blockbuster Summer Reading Program! Students at Eiland Middle School, under the direction of Mrs. Jenny Vowell, … Read more
Winston County Journal
With election season in full swing the Winston County Republican Women aimed to make choosing the perfect candidate a bit easier by sponsoring their first ever Political Forum Monday night, May 18.
Market Cafe was … Read more
Reese is a beautiful mixed breed pup available for adoption. She has been spayed, and her adoption fee is $20.00. To see pictures of Reese and the other animals available for adoption, find us on Facebook.… Read more
From school reports
The East Central Community College Lady Diamond Warriors advanced to the championship game of the 2015 National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Softball National Championship Saturday, May 16, before falling to Kankakee Community College 5-1.… Read more
From staff reports
WinstonStrong continued its role in providing housing recently with the placing of Katrina cottages in the county.
The group placed two Katrina style cottages on properties and helped two more families move into their homes. The group … Read more
From press reports
Mr. Homer G. McBrayer began his federal career as a Junior Engineer in the Mobile District in 1962 after receiving his degree in Civil Engineering from Mississippi State University.
In 1974, he came to the Savannah District … Read more
Lynn Cunningham provides a view from the community
Christmas in the Quarter
Spending Christmas holidays in New Orleans can be a special treat due to reduced crowds, very little sultry weather, and heavenly music at St. Louis Cathedral on Christmas … Read more