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Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System honors Wall of Fame Inductees

These are family members of the late Maxine McNeill, who was inducted into the 2015 Wall of Fame at the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System ceremony this past Sunday, August 9th (Kosciusko, MS).  Maxine McNeill served the library from 1958 – 1990 as bookmobile librarian, assistant librarian and librarian.  From l-r, her cousin, Sue Hendrix Pate (Grenada, MS), Fran and Don McNeill (her son and daughter-in-law),  of Ridgeland, MS.  They are holding a photo and plaque of Mrs. McNeill that will be displayed on the Wall of Fame at the  MMRLS headquarters in Kosciuscko and also at the Winston County Library.

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The System Trustees and Staff of the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System (MMRLS) held a reception Sunday, August 9, 2015 at the Attala County Library honoring five inductees into the Wall of Fame. Present and past staff and trustees who … Read more

ECCC Football ready for breakout season in 2015

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After two years of laying the foundation for a successful football program, East Central Community College Head Coach Ken Karcher is optimistic his Warriors will be in a position to win more games in the 2015 season as preseason practices … Read more

Panthers look for improvement along offensive, defensive lines

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By Austin Bishop
Choctaw Plaindealer

There is no doubt where the French Camp Academy Panthers need the most help heading into the 2015 season.

“Our biggest points of concern are the offensive and defensive lines,” said FCA head coach Nathan … Read more

Winston’s Graham excited about first season leading Patriots

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

It’s been a long time since veteran head football coach Junior Graham has found himself in this position.

“I’m going into the season blind,” said Graham, who is in his first year as head … Read more

Resident of the Month

Waudine Roberts was nominated for “Resident of the Month” for August at WMC-Nursing Home on August 11, 2015. A reception sponsored by Sta-Home Health and Hospice was held in her honor.… Read more

Offensive stability name of the game for the LHS Wildcats

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Veteran Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller said Wildcat fans could expect a little less confusion on offense from his team during the 2015 season.

“For one, we know who the quarterback … Read more

Louisville’s Roberts looking to lead EMCC Lions this season

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

SCOOBA — The bloodline for quarterbacks at East Mississippi Community College is a deep one, especially during the tenure of current head football coach Buddy Stephens.

When Chad Kelly, currently at Ole Miss, received … Read more

Warriors hope to improve stamina heading into season opener

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

It didn’t take long for first-year Nanih Waiya head coach Ryan Keeton to find an area of concern his Warriors desperately need to work on.

“I think we got gassed pretty early and didn’t … Read more

New officer

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After the swearing-in of new Louisville Police Department officer Kevin Rushing, Mayor Will Hill, LPD Chief L.M. Claiborne and assistant Chief Andy Taylor welcome him aboard. Pictured are Taylor, … Read more

Young, but experienced Tigers ready to show improvement in 2015

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Young? Yes.

Inexperienced? No.

Youthful experience will the be overriding theme for the 2015 football season for the Noxapater Tigers this season. While Noxapater was going through some growing pains during last year’s 4-7 … Read more