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Protect yourself against IRS phone scams with these tips

From Press and Staff Reports

Thousands of taxpayers, including some in Winston County, have been the target of phone calls in the “largest-ever” phone fraud scam from scammers calling, impersonating IRS agents

This phone scam is just one of the … Read more

Southern Miss awards degrees at Fall 2014 Commencements

The University of Southern Mississippi held fall commencement exercises during ceremonies on its Hattiesburg campus Friday, Dec. 12.

Southern Miss President Rodney Bennett conferred undergraduate, graduate and specialists’ degrees at the two ceremonies, held at Reed Green Coliseum. Dr. Andrew … Read more

Warriors, Tigers named to all Region 3-1A team

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

A pair of Nanih Waiya Warriors highlight the Region 3-1A All-Region team that was released at the conclusion of the 2014 football season.

Senior NW running back Jamarlo Smith was named Region Player of … Read more

ECCC to offer health care industry type classes

CNA Classes Offered in Louisville

Registration continues through January 16, 2015 for a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) course offered by the East Central Community College Workforce Development Center. Classes begin Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at the Louisville Career Advancement Center.… Read more

Sports Schedules – 12/17/14

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17
Men’s College Basketball
6 p.m. — Arkansas State at Mississippi State
Women’s College Basketball
11 a.m. — Mississippi State at … Read more

Calendar of Events – 12/17/14

Mt. Calvary Church dinner Dec. 21
Mt.Calvary Church will be having Christmas dinner December 21,2014 at 11am. Dr. Michael Taylor Pastor
Winston County Library to host movies

The Winston County Library will be hosting movies for children of all ages. … Read more

ECCC announces 2015 Spring Evening Class Schedule

Students who want to continue their education during evening hours will have several classes from which to choose as provided by East Central Community College in Decatur.

The College recently announced its evening class schedule for the 2015 spring semester, … Read more

Cassia provides blooms as temperatures drop

By Gary R. Bachman
MSU Horticulturist
Coastal Research & Extension

Some folks think winter can be boring in the garden and landscape. But just when temperatures start to drop, one of my favorite flowering plants decides to suddenly strut its … Read more