Category: News

Distinguished Young Women kicks off

From press and staff reports The 2017 Distinguished Young Women Program kicked off Jan. 10 with a Boot Camp preparation for the young women. The program will be Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 6 P.M. at the Louisville High School…

Good News Club volunteers planning Valentines fundraiser February 12

From press reports On Friday, February 12th, from 11:00am – 1:00pm, First Baptist Church, Louisville, will be hosting their 2nd annual “Lil Hearts Luncheon.” The proceeds from this luncheon will be used to buy materials, literature, and supplies for Good…

Ms. Beverly P. Estes: My dedicated reader

Ms. Beverly Palmer Estes recently passed away with a short battle with pancreatic cancer. I had the opportunity to go see her one last time during Christmas week before she passed away to heaven, and I was so surprised that…

LHS Lady Wildcats take win over New Hope

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Wildcats of Louisville High School outscored New Hope 19-5 in the third quarter to overcome an eight-point half-time deficit on the way to a 50-44 win over the visiting Lady Trojans last…

Blessing of homes

Families of the Liberty Community in Louisville recently participated in a “Blessing of the Homes” event, which recognized the families of the area who lost their homes in the April 28

Aldermen receive library update

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Louisville Board of Aldermen received a library report from the Winston County Library, as well as authorized payments for Winston Plywood & Veneer and Natron Wood Products during its January 5 meeting…

Noxapater to hold special election

From staff reports The town of Noxapater will hold a special election to fill the unexpired term of Alderman Bobby “Bubba” Pierce on February 16, 2016. Pierce will vacate the position after being elected to the Louisville Municipal School District…

Ex-EMCC quarterback plays huge role in Sugar Bowl win for Ole Miss

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Suspensions handed down by the NJCAA and MACJC may have kept the East Mississippi Community College football team from defending its NJCAA National Championship at the end of the 2015 football season, but that…