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Learning about ag and more

Article written with help from the following students:Morgan Trosper, Shae Keen, Ethan Carter, Nona Wilkes, Bryan Winters, Hannah Freeman, Jalia Cotton, and Ethan Dailey Under the direction of Jean Harper, the Winston County Self Help Cooperative Group conducted their 8th annual…

Throw out excuses when it comes to eating greens

By Brittany Jacks MSU Extension STARKVILLE, Miss. – They may not wear tights and capes, but greens are super foods. Kale, collards, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, turnip greens, Swiss chard, mustard greens and all types of lettuce are good sources of…

Class time

Miss Nan Hartness from the MUW Culinary Arts Institute visited the Culinary Arts program at the WLCTC recently. She demonstrated basic knife skills which resulted in a delicious potato soup! Nan started her culinary

UDC holds monthly meeting in January

Submitted The Winston Guards 2643 held their monthly meeting on January 4 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. There were thirteen members and two prospective members who enjoyed the meal and decorations provided by the hostesses Carolyn Mills and Teresa Ingram. Following…

Milk provides great taste, good health benefits

By Brittany Jacks MSU Ag Communications STARKVILLE, Miss. — Drinking a beverage that tastes delicious and has good nutritional value is like having your cake and eating it, too. Brent Fountain, associate professor of food science, nutrition and health promotion…

The Horsehead Nebula recently photographed at Rainwater Observatory

This spectacular and eerie image of the Horsehead Nebula was recently photographed at Rainwater Observatory in French Camp, Mississippi! It was taken by retired California aerospace engineer, Bill Kennedy, using Rainwater’s powerful 150mm APO Triplet Skywatcher refractor telescope. The total…

iPad help

The faculty at Louisville Elementary School was given vital tools to help its students succeed as they received a donation of Ipads provided by the non-profit organization

Louisville’s Thames signs with Hinds CC

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Michael Bruce knows speed when he sees it and when he saw Shantianna Thames run as a seventh grader he knew then she would be something special.

Set healthy priorities to balance life, work

By Brittany Jacks MSU Extension Service STARKVILLE, Miss. — Creating a healthy balance between work and life is essential to being more productive and focused. David Buys, health specialist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service and researcher with the…