Category: News

Local MUW Interns

MUW TEACHER INTERNS—April Harris and Ray Sizemore from Winston County are Mississippi University for Women teacher interns. The teacher internship (formerly referred to as student teaching) is the major phase of a

Noxapater Tigers set to play three games this week

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Noxapater baseball team headed into this week’s action with a 4-3 overall record. The Tigers took a 5-4 win over Choctaw Central on Monday, but fell to Puckett 11-6 on

Assists at State Capitol

Jamal Kelly of Louisville, (left), Orlando Bourrage of DeKalb, (center), and Brandon Hooks of DeKalb recently served as pages for the Mississippi Senate. Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff.

Letters to the Editor – 03/16/2016

Patterson letter makes prevalent point Bully for Elmetra Patterson’s letter to editor in Journal’s March 1 issue. But I beg Elmetra to lighten up somewhat and try to see a suggestion with some humor in it, is not necessarily an…

Honor the Union Soldiers as well as the Confederates

Submitted by Elmetra Patterson   The 1st Vice President of the State Conference NAACP and the President of the Winston County Branch NAACP, Charles Hampton, is very concerned about the climate of the state of MS for some of its…

Home-Cooked Favorites: Easy from Brock

What exciting recipes I have for you this week, readers! Last week, I had dozens of comments on my easy cheesy chicken spaghetti recipe, and believe me, readers—it is the very best! What I have come to learn in the…

Correction – 03/16/2016

In the March 2 edition of the Winston County Journal the Distinguished Young Women article should have stated that the ECCC scholarship amount was $1,980 per year.