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Corrections

The article Local Historic preservation discussed with crowd should have listed Todd Sanders contact as P.O.Box 571 Jackson, MS 39205-0571 and email tsanders@mdah.state.ms.us.  Telephone is 601-576-6950.

The March 26 edition should have identified Amanda Dempsey Harvey with the photograph … Read more

Former Winston County Journal editor Hight dies

From staff report A proud Winston County woman who witnessed over 100 years of history died recently. Juanita McCown Hight died April 16, 2014. She was born in Winston County near Plattsburg, and was a 1934 graduate of Mississippi University … Read more

School tours planned

From press reports

The staff of the Louisville Municipal School District is excited to announce school tours to take place on Wednesday April 23, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. Local civic groups, elected officials, retired educators, and numerous other groups will … Read more

Lions Club convention set for Louisville

The Lions Club International state convention will be held May 1 through 4 at Lake Tiak O’Khata in Louisville. With Louisville’s Lions Club hosting the event, more than 200 Lions will be attending.
The Louisville Lions Club has been working … Read more

ECCC Student artwork on display

The East Central Community College Student Art Association is hosting a reception to officially showcase the Spring 2014 Student Art Exhibition.
The reception will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 24, 2014, in the lobby of the Vickers Fine … Read more

Calendar of events

Center Ridge M.B. Church to host revival

Center Ridge M.B. Church will be having their Spring Revival, Sunday, April 20 through Thursday, April 24. Services will … Read more

Scholarship awarded

Scholarship recipients at Itawamba Community College for 2014 include Henry Dalton Hudspeth of Louisville, ACT Special Incentive, Leadership.
Hudspeth will be a 2014 graduate of … Read more

It’s elementary

Jakarious Rush – (Mrs. Blair’s class) first place winner
Jaylin Jordan- ( Mrs. Blair’s class) second place winner
Zabaius Miller – ( Mrs. Lee’s class) third place winner

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

In 1983, Congress declared April to be National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Since that time, communities across the country have taken the opportunity to raise awareness of issues surrounding child maltreatment and abuse … Read more

Black history program held at HeadStart

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From staff reports

The Winston County Complex Head Start recently celebrated Black History month with a special program.  Mrs. Mattie Cooper, regional administrator greeted everyone.  Cooper stated that she was “well pleased with the children and the presentation that they … Read more