Category: News

Jail Docket – 04/06/2016

March 10, 2016 Johns, Joey A., Black, Domestic Violence, Aggravated Assault King, Melissa L., Ball, Malicious Mischief

Mayor gives State of City address to Rotarians

From press & staff reports Louisville Mayor Will Hill provided a State of the City address that included the entire slate of upcoming projects and repairs for the city during the meeting for the Rotary Club of Louisville held on…

Pilot Club to host ‘Safety Town’ for second year

From press reports Last year, the Pilot Club of Louisville hosted its very first “Safety Town” event, and it was a wonderful success. The club decided to make “Safety Town” an annual club event, and this year “Safety Town” will…

Letters to the Editor – 04/06/2016

Enjoyed article We enjoyed reading the article about the Great Depression written by  James W. Hunt in last week’s Journal. Mr. Hunt is a very interesting fellow, having lived a long interesting life and has much to share. The  idea…

House shows bipartisan support for senate bills

By Rep. Michael Ted Evans, Dist. 45 Last week, the House finished voting on the Senate’s general bills that passed through our committees. We managed to get quite a bit done, and had good, bipartisan support on a number of…

Supervisors discuss dilapidated houses in county

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Winston County Board of Supervisors received a request of the removal of dilapidated housing in county as well as discussed the Librarians Report from the county library during its April 4 meeting…

Sports Schedules – 04/06/2016

THUR, APRIL 7 Prep Baseball 5 p.m. — Leake Central at Noxapater 6 p.m. — Leake Academy at Starkville 6 p.m. — Winston at Heritage 6:30 p.m. — Choctaw County at Choctaw Central

News of the Past – 04/06/2016

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal. 100 YEARS AGO – April 7, 1916 LOUISVILLE: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. King are the proud possessors of a fine…