Category: News

Grant awarded to Ronald Scott Heard

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From press reports

The Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance program encourages students to take an active interest in careers in the math and science fields. As part of their program, our local Exxon once again nominated Eiland Middle School as the … Read more

Pilot Club of Louisville stays busy helping

Halloween Party at Louisville Elementary Class
The children in Mrs. Beth Stoot’s Developmentally Delayed PreK Class   enjoyed the party given by the Pilot Club of Louisville. The children got to enjoy the Halloween treats and play games.

The members of the Pilot Club of Louisville continue to make a difference in their community as they work toward their vision of a world where all are valued.… Read more

Angel Tree gives chance to reflect holiday spirit

JA Angel Tree at the Library

From press & staff reports

The Christmas holidays have always invoked the spirit of children, reminding us of the magic and awe the holiday brings in their lives.… Read more

Extension hosts training for assessors, collectors

Winston County tax assessor Darlene Bane (seated) listens to Hancock County tax assessor Jimmie Ladner Jr., left, and Mississippi Assessors and Collectors Association executive director Joel Yelverton during a training held at the Mississippi State University Bost Extension Center Nov. 18, 2015. (Photo by Bob Ratliff, MSU Extension).

Writer: Nathan Gregory
MSU Extension office

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Twenty-four newly elected tax assessors and collectors from across the state spent three days at Mississippi State University this week honing the skills they will use when they take office next … Read more

Letters to the editor

Disagree with
editor’s opinions
My family and I have enjoyed reading the Winston County Journal for many years. But, due to the current editor’s political opinions I must request that you please cancel my subscription. Thank you and God Bless … Read more

LHS reading fair winners

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Reading Fair Winners for Louisville High School Fiction Winners: 3rd Place-Keyasha Edwards, 2nd Place-Cameron Jackson, and 1st Place -Callie Roach Non-Fiction Winners:  3rd Place-Eric Sudduth, 2nd Place-Charles Lampley, and 1st Place-Maya Clay Congratulations to these students! The 1st Place winners  advanced to the District Reading Fair, scheduled for November 20, 2015, at Eiland Middle School.

Reading Fair Winners for Louisville High School
Fiction Winners: 3rd Place-Keyasha Edwards, 2nd Place-Cameron Jackson, and 1st Place -Callie Roach
Non-Fiction Winners:  3rd Place-Eric Sudduth, 2nd Place-Charles Lampley, and 1st Place-Maya Clay
Congratulations to these students! The 1st Place winners

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HOSA Week 2015 celebrated

HOSA chapter presented a certificate of appreciation to Winston Medical Center for their support in the local chapter. 

HOSA is a national student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE.  HOSA’s two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery … Read more

Rotary receives the ‘buzz’ on bees

Harris speaking to the Louisville Rotary Club.

Southern beekeepers have an experienced ally in Dr. Jeffrey W. Harris in saving the honey bee and growing their populations and honey production.… Read more

Yard of the Month Winner named

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 The Winston County Master Gardeners are pleased to announce the December ‘Yard of the Month’ winner.  … Read more

GCS donates to OCC

Grace Christian School Beta Club students packed thirty seven Operation Christmas Child Boxes for Samaritan's Purse. Many thanks to parents, students, and staff that donated items for the boxes.
Grace Christian School Beta Club students packed thirty seven Operation Christmas Child Boxes for Samaritan's Purse. Many thanks to parents, students, and staff that donated items for the boxes.

Grace Christian School Beta Club students packed thirty seven Operation Christmas Child Boxes for Samaritan’s Purse. Many thanks to parents, students, and staff that donated items for the boxes.

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