WinstonStrong and MDS dedicate 1st rebuilt home

Dowd talks to the media about the project.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The community-based recovery fund “Winston Strong” in conjunction with Mennonite Disaster Services is proud to announce the completion of the first home through their cooperative efforts after the April 28 storms.

A dedication … Read more

Angel Tree up at library

Junior Auxiliary angel tree is up for all wishing to donate.

From staff reports

With Christmas less than 43 days away, many children have already commenced to making out their Christmas wish lists.

Some children, however, will have to depend on the generosity of the community to receive the gifts they … Read more

Teens participate in disaster simulation

Students, firefighters and officers practice a disaster simulation.

From press & staff reports

The Winston-Louisville Vocational Center Health Sciences class participated in CERT Basic Training Disaster Simulation held at the Winston County Extension Office on Nov. 7 at 8:30 a.m.

The simulation was held to test the classes’ … Read more

Pet of week – 11/12/2014


Ernie is still in need of a home.  He has been neutered, and he is great around the other dogs in the shelter.  Our adoption fee is $20.00.  To see more pictures of Ernie and the other animals available for … Read more

More Halloween fun


The First Baptist Day Care of Louisville recently went Trick-or-Treating at the Winston County Nursing Home as well as at the Bee Hive. … Read more


johnson birth

Aubrey Lee Johnson

Eric and Cindy Johnson (Peters) of Louisville announce the birth of their daughter, Aubrey Lee Johnson, born at 5:37 p.m., September 28, 2014. Miss Aubrey weighed 4 pounds 4 ounces and was 17 inches long. She was … Read more

Louisville High School hosts reading fair


From press reports

Louisville High School recently hosted its annual Reading Fair.  Winners in this years fair are pictured below. First Place winners will compete at the District Reading Fair, scheduled for … Read more

Job training available

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The Louisville Municipal School District is partnering with the Counseling to Career (C2C) Program to help youth develop the skills need to attain and maintain employment. The C2C Program is federally funded and administered through Golden Triangle Planning and Development.… Read more