Category: News

Arbor Day celebrated with the help of FFA and Ag I students

Submitted by Brenda G. Keen Master Gardener On Thursday, February 11, 2016, the FFA students and Ag I students of Noxapater helped with the planting of 10 trees at the Noxapater Park. These trees were planted in memory of the…

Wildcats, Warriors qualify for state hoops playoffs

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Louisville High School Wildcats picked up a couple wins during the Region 4-4A Basketball Tournament it hosted last week and earned a No. 3 seed in the MHSAA Class 4A Boys State Basketball…

GCS BETA Club

Grace Christian School Beta Club participated in the State Beta Convention in Biloxi, MS, February 14 – 16. Students competed in talent, many art categories,

Wedding – Richesin-Ballard

Dr. and Mrs. John Davis Handley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross Richesin announce the engagement of their daughter, Sommer Elizabeth to Lucas Conerly Ballard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Preston Ballard of Louisville, MS. The bride elect is…

Blair, Frazier ready to catch passes for Hinds CC Eagles

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal A par of Louisville High School receivers recently signed to extend their football playing career with Hinds Community College. Chris Blair (6-3, 185) and DeMarcus Frazier (5-10, 155) both said that Hinds just seemed…

Frightened Frog Project underway

Members of the Town & Country Garden Club are involved in “The Frightened Frog” project. The frog is slowly becoming somewhat extinct. It is due to the careless acts using harmful products that effects the frog families.

Louisville resident going to prison for Medicaid Fraud  

Jackson, MS- Labeatris Estes, 31, of Louisville, is going to prison for Medicaid Fraud, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Estes pleaded guilty today to two counts of Medicaid Fraud before Rankin County Circuit Court Judge William E. Chapman, III.…

Honored

Kimberly Sherrod Davenport was recently honored as Hinds County 2015 Principal of the Year. She is the principal at Main Street Resource Center in Bolton. She was a 1987 Honor Graduate of Louisville High School. She also received a

Winston Guards hold monthly meeting

Submitted Members of the Winston Guards 2643 met on Monday night February 1 at Lake Tiak O’Khata for their monthly meeting Following the meal Franklin and Frances Woodruff presented the program on “Letters.” They portrayed Sid and Matilda Champion whose…

Committees start the week ready for deadlines

By Rep. Joey Hood Committees got off to a quick start this week in preparation for the February 23 deadline. If a bill is not passed out of committee by February 23, then it is dead for the session. The…