News

Mentors make a difference at LMSD schools

By Gwen Sisson

All of the volunteers agree, this program is about making a real difference in the life of a student in the Louisville Municipal School District.

According to Dr. Nola Bryant, director of assessment and… Read more

Junior Auxiliary busy with upcoming events

From press reports

The Junior Auxiliary of Louisville will be hosting their Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Ivy Park, Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 9:00 AM.

Easter baskets full of goodies will be awarded to … Read more

Changes on the way with county’s 9-1-1 addresses

By Gwen Sisson

Toby Sandford, GIS Manager/Senior Analyst for the Golden Triangle Regional Planning and Development District, said no one likes change, but sometimes change is needed.

“The creation of this addressing system is to … Read more

News of the past

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.

100 Years Ago – March 27, 1914

LOUISVILLE: Louisville will soon have the water turned on and everybody can get … Read more

Community looks forward to Red Hills Fest

By Gwen Sisson

Great food…funnel cakes…craft vendors…cars…entertainment…more cars….what’s not to love about the Red Hills Festival set for May 24-25 in downtown Louisville.

Louisville Mayor Will Hill said over … Read more

Wesley UMC celebration in April

By Gwen Sisson

Wesley United Methodist Church has learned that a church is more than a building this year, but they are excited to have a brand new “home.”

But church members are very … Read more