Category: News

Sheriff’s department receives donation of body armor, cameras

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal Law enforcement this day in age finds itself increasingly receiving a negative image in the media. From law enforcement officers finding themselves more involved in officer-related shootings to finding themselves more in the…

Wedding: Wright – Holleman

Drs. Tim and Suzanne Wright of Madison, Mississippi are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Virginia Sullivan Wright of Jackson, Mississippi to Mr. Clate Austin Holleman of Oxford, Mississippi. The groom is the son of Dr. John…

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Wildcats to face Cleveland in first round of 4A playoffs

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Louisville High School baseball team closed out its regular season with a region split of two games with Leake Central. The Wildcats lost on the road to the Gators 5-4 on Tuesday, before…

Wedding: Jenkins – Fulcher

Tommy and Nancy Jenkins of Louisville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kayla Caitlin Jenkins to Ruel Bruce Fulcher, Jr., son of Bruce and Beth Fulcher of Louisville. Kayla Jenkins is the granddaughter of Mary and Neal White of Louisville…

Nanih Waiya set to host Leake County in playoffs

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal A pair of wins over Noxapater gave the Warriors of Nanih Waiya the Region 5-1A Baseball title and the top seed in the upcoming MHSAA Class 1A State Baseball Playoffs. Nanih Waiya is set…

Kemper HOSA attends Leadership conference

The Health Occupations Students of America, or HOSA, at John C. Stennis Vocational Complex (Kemper County) is an established organization to enhance the learning of students at JCSVC who are interested in pursuing careers in the medical industry.

Tigers to open baseball playoffs against Sebastopol

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal After dropping a pair of games to arch-rival Nanih Waiya, the Tigers of Noxapater High School will look to get back on the winning side of things when they begin play in the MHSAA…

Child abuse preventation Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month Mississippi Department of Human Services Family & Children Services staff encourages everyone to “Help Fight Against Child Abuse and Neglect. All children deserve to have sweet dreams!”