Category: News

Winston Guards hold annual banquet

On January 23 the Winston Guards 2643 UDC, Captain John M. Bradley Camp 384 SCV and the Beauregard Rifles 921 Children of the Confederacy chapter hosted the annual Lee-Jackson Banquet at Lake Tiak O’Khata.

Local youth selected to represent Zone 6 at PtHA World Show

Article Written by: Molly C Nicodemus, PhD Before Robert Culwell could walk he was riding and showing horses. Nevertheless, this year was his first year showing in the Pinto Horse Association of America (PtHA) after his parents acquired for him…

Lady Warriors look to close out strong in region play

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal After improving to 3-1 in Region 6-1A play last week with a 57-43 win over Leake County, the Lady Warriors of Nanih Waiya have their eyes on their last four league games of the…

Wedding: Sullivan-McLane

Mrs. Marvin Douglas Sullivan of Brookhaven announces the engagement of her daughter, Susan Love Sullivan, to Robert James McLane, son of Ms. Doris McLane of Palm Springs, Florida, and Robert McLane of Tequesta, Florida. Miss Sullivan is also the daughter…

Ellises celebrate 65 years together

By Rev. Rob Faulk Sixty-five years is a lifetime. After sixty-five years of work, most are ready to enjoy retirement. Sixty-five years in business, and you are labeled a true success. Sixty-five years in the teaching field or in medicine,…

Flag presentation

Jerry W Hemphill presents a flag on behalf of WoodmenLife Chapter 102 at Nanih Waiya recently.

Teter’s to leave Winston County

From staff reports As repairs of the Teter’s building near completion, management of Teters Floral Products, Inc. informed The Winston County Board Supervisors that it will move its distribution center in Louisville to its home base of operations in Missouri.…

Sports Schedules – 02/03/2016

THURSDAY, FEB. 4 Prep Basketball TBA — MAIS District 2 AAA Tournament at Winston Academy 6 p.m. — Vardaman at Eupora 6 p.m. — Winona at French Camp 6 p.m. — Kemper Academy at Hebron Christian 6 p.m. — Philadelphia…

Grant helps local students pursue medical dreams

From press reports High school juniors in Winston County considering medical careers in their home state have the opportunity to take part in an intense and revealing summer program at Mississippi State University.