Category: News

Week Two-Christmas Candy from Brock!

Christmas was always our favorite holiday growing up, and I never go a day without remembering all the pleasant memories we had growing up with my great grandmother Mrs. Henrietta Eaves. … Read more

Letters to the editor

Concerns over 42 ballot
I am sitting at my breakfast table the morning after the election (of Nov. 3) once again studying the sample ballot, which the Journal published, specifically Proposition 42 and 42a.… Read more

Annual Thanksgiving luncheon seeking volunteers

From press & staff reports

Plans are in process for the Thanksgiving Luncheon to be held Thanksgiving Day at South Louisville Baptist Church Family Life Center.… Read more

Winston Medical Clinics now accepts United Healthcare and Humana

All three convenient locations of Winston Medical Clinic are now accepting Humana and United Healthcare insurance plans including United Healthcare CAN.  In additional to tranditional Humana health insurance plans, Winston Medical Clinic will also be accepting Humana commercial PPO, HMO, … Read more

Ole Miss drops bizarre 53-52 SEC contest to Arkansas in OT

OXFORD – Sometimes, football doesn’t make sense.
Trailing seven points in the first overtime and facing a 4th-and-25 from the 40-yard line, Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen completed a pass to Hunter Henry to the 26-yard line. Henry, while being … Read more

Calendar of Events

Dance Ministry event Nov. 15
Mount Pleasant #2 MBC Pastor Curtis Johnson’s Dance Ministry will be having its 5th year Anniversary program November 15th at 3:30 p.m., our special guest praise team will be Paradise Baptist Church from Senatobia, MS. … Read more


Ms. Evelyn Knowles Smith
October 30, 2015
Funeral services for Ms. Evelyn Knowles Smith, 62, were held at Mt. Olive Church of God in Christ in Louisville on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 11 a.m. Elder Clifton Haynes officiated. Burial … Read more

Sign of fall


The Winston Garden helped welcome the idea of the Fall season with a soup sale Nov. 2 … Read more

DAR to honor veterans

From press reports

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 … Read more