Category: News

Noxapater Reading Fair Winners

Noxapater Reading Fair Winners are: Division C 1st Place- Chance Curtis Division D 1st Place- Vontavius Triplett Division E 1st Place- Kelli Thomas 2nd Place- Braxton Flake 3rd Place- William Jones Division H 1st Place- Shelby Boatner Division K 1st Place- Jacob Charlton 2nd Place- Christoper Coleman & Cooper Coleman 3rd Place- Mackenzie Bealis Division L 1st Place- Taylor Hamilton, Jada Woods, Maddie Parker 2nd Place- Jaycie Claire Flake, Kyndall Byrd 3rd Place- Llyanna Myers, Brooklynn Bealis

Noxapater Reading Fair Winners are:
Division C
1st Place- Chance Curtis
Division D
1st Place- Vontavius Triplett
Division E
1st Place- Kelli Thomas
2nd Place- Braxton Flake
3rd Place- William Jones
Division H
1st Place- Shelby Boatner
Division K
1st

Read more

A scarecrow to bank on

The Historic Preservation Board asked local businesses to enter a Scarecrow Contest to promote the Downtown Historic District and the Main Street Bancorp South entry was chosen the best in creativity, originality, and presentation.  Thanks to all the businesses for decorating for the fall season!
The Historic Preservation Board asked local businesses to enter a Scarecrow Contest to promote the Downtown Historic District and the Main Street Bancorp South entry was chosen the best in creativity, originality, and presentation.  Thanks to all the businesses for decorating for the fall season!

The Historic Preservation Board asked local businesses to enter a Scarecrow Contest to promote the Downtown Historic District and the Main Street Bancorp South entry was chosen the best in creativity, originality, and presentation. Thanks to all the businesses for

Read more

Local Branch and MS State Conference NAACP speak on Initiative 42

Charles Hampton, president of Winston County Branch NAACP
(Photo courtesy of Elmetra Patterson)

By Elmetra Patterson

Many locals were disappointed that the Initiative to level the playing field for poor families and poor school districts failed. Without better education, this will keep the impoverished in poverty. Is that what our country really want? … Read more

Awarded

Allen

Zach Allen, the son of Todd and Janet Allen of Louisville, is a junior at Mississippi State University majoring in Biochemistry. He is the 2015-2016 recipient of the Tyson Foods Endowed Scholarship awarded by the College of Agriculture and Life … Read more

Storms of life give Yates path to follow

Yates presiding at a home dedication in Winston County.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

As recovery efforts from the April 28, 2014 storms continue in Winston County, nondenominational evangelical Christian organization Samaritan’s Purse has completed multiple home repairs and rebuilds in 9 months since its return to … Read more

Rotary welcomes author

The Louisville Rotary Club were honored to welcome Mr. Arnold Dyre to speak during its September 30 meeting held at Lake Tiak O’ Khata at noon. Mr. Dyre is a Navy Veteran as well as a lawyer and author of four books. The Louisville Rotary Club meets each Wednesday at Lake Tiak O’Khata at noon.
The Louisville Rotary Club were honored to welcome Mr. Arnold Dyre to speak during its September 30 meeting held at Lake Tiak O’ Khata at noon. Mr. Dyre is a Navy Veteran as well as a lawyer and author of four books. The Louisville Rotary Club meets each Wednesday at Lake Tiak O’Khata at noon.

The Louisville Rotary Club were honored to welcome Mr. Arnold Dyre to speak during its September 30 meeting held at Lake Tiak O’ Khata at noon. Mr. Dyre is a Navy Veteran as well as a lawyer and author of

Read more

Noxapater October Students

Noxapater October Student of the Month
Kindergarten-Tara Thrash and Ayden Harrington
1st Grade- Skie Lynch and Bradley Collins
2nd Grade- Audrea Nunn
3rd Grade- Erial Mays and Tanayia Miller
4th Grade-Taylor Hamilton
5th Grade- Makayla Bartholomew and William Jones
6th Grade- Karly Reed
Resource- Kolanda Cooper and Garrett Jackson
7th Grade- Jada McMichael
8th Grade- Gracie Edwards
9th Grade- Ariel Moore
10th Grade- Phondeshia Hannah
11th Grade- Nicole Yates
12th Grade- Haley Smith
Noxapater October Student of the Month Kindergarten-Tara Thrash and Ayden Harrington 1st Grade- Skie Lynch and Bradley Collins 2nd Grade- Audrea Nunn 3rd Grade- Erial Mays and Tanayia Miller 4th Grade-Taylor Hamilton 5th Grade- Makayla Bartholomew and William Jones 6th Grade- Karly Reed Resource- Kolanda Cooper and Garrett Jackson 7th Grade- Jada McMichael 8th Grade- Gracie Edwards 9th Grade- Ariel Moore 10th Grade- Phondeshia Hannah 11th Grade- Nicole Yates 12th Grade- Haley Smith

Noxapater October Student of the Month
Kindergarten-Tara Thrash and Ayden Harrington
1st Grade- Skie Lynch and Bradley Collins
2nd Grade- Audrea Nunn
3rd Grade- Erial Mays and Tanayia Miller
4th Grade-Taylor Hamilton
5th Grade- Makayla Bartholomew and William Jones
6th

Read more

In good company

Congressman Rep. Gregg Harper visiting with Christi and Justin Kelly, of Louisville, during their recent visit to Washington D.C.
Congressman Rep. Gregg Harper visiting with Christi and Justin Kelly, of Louisville, during their recent visit to Washington D.C.

Congressman Rep. Gregg Harper visiting with Christi and Justin Kelly, of Louisville, during their recent visit to Washington D.C.

Read more

Remember your first paycheck?

Area Counseling to Career participants attending Career Expo in Tupelo.

Submitted

Reflect back to your first “real” job. Remember the anticipation of that first paycheck? Much time was spent dreaming and planning how it would be spent. Did you buy something you wanted? Maybe you paid for something you or … Read more

DAR to honor veterans

The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution would like to pay tribute to those who served our country during the Vietnam War Era. If you were on active duty, whether at home or abroad, between 1961 … Read more