News

Pet of the week – 12/3/14

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Henry is one of the many animals available for adoption at the shelter.  He has been neutered, and he is great with the other dogs in the shelter.  Henry’s adoption fee is $20.00.  To see more pictures of Henry, or … Read more

Crowning moment

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Winston County Complex Head Start recently held the Mr. and Miss Head Start Pageant. The students presented activities and modeled their attire.

The results were Khole Coleman for Queen and Kamarion Eiland for King. First Alternates were … Read more

Record-setting Warriors fall to Cathedral

Nanih Waiya defense goes for the tackle.

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Despite three-and-a-half quarters of having to overcome adversity, the Warriors of Nanih Waiya found themselves with a chance to win in the MHSAA Class 1A South State Championship Game against homestanding Natchez Cathedral … Read more

Praire Opportunity keeps busy schedule

Praire Opportunity recognized  Kinslee Isabella Miller and  Hykeem Coleman. Miller is the daughter of Courtney and Brian Brown and Marventrus Jackson as part of one event.

From press and staff reports

The Winston County Prairie Opportunity, Inc has been busy over the last few months with workshops seminars and its annual banquet.

Prairie Opportunity, Inc. held their annual banquet November 1,2014 at Starkville’s Sportsplex Travis’s Outlaw … Read more

Pilot Club hosts Walton

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Laura Walton was the guest speaker at the November Pilot Club meeting recently held at Lake Tiak-O-Khata.  As she shared many of her Noonday Collection jewelry pieces, Laura explained how the company sells goods made by artisans in poverty-stricken areas … Read more

Tyler Sullivan among Harlon Hill Candidates

Sullivan in the backfield

A field of 36 initial nominees has been trimmed to nine national finalists in regional voting for the 2014 Harlon Hill Trophy as the NCAA Division II College Football Player of the Year.

The finalists were selected by the NCAA … Read more

New in town

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Louisville welcomes the opening of Madison Law Office which is the new location for Zachary Madison’s law practice. Zachary is the son-in-law of Senior Status Judge Edward Prisock who served as Chancery Judge for over 30 years in the sixth … Read more

Dress design program to host fashion show

A meet and greet for MSu students and youth in the program

Mississippi State University Extension Service of Winston County has teamed up with the Center for the Advancement of Service-Learning Excellence (CASLE), the Department of Human Sciences at MSU, and Modern Woodmen of America to hold a special event this fall.… Read more

A tradition

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The BIG deer is up and waiting for you to come by for a look and/or pictures at 524 S Columbus Ave., Louisville, MS.… Read more

News from the Past – 12/3/14

100 Years Ago – December 4, 1914

LOUISVILLE: Dr. C. W. Gee is at the Fox drug store today and tomorrow, prepared to fit your glasses. – Messrs. Finis and Milton Woodward leave Sunday for Abbeville, La., where Finis will … Read more