Miss. Kelsey Taylor Crocker and Mr. Joshua Bean Johns… Read more
Mr. Jordan Michael Mitchell and Miss. Danielle Nicole Morie… Read more
By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal
The month of October was one of growth for the Louisville High School football team.
The Wildcats went from a youthful 2-4 team struggling to find its identity to a 7-4 team with … Read more
Star Students from WLCTC
The Instructors at Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center recognize a 1st and 2nd year STAR student from each program. The staff says “Congratulations to our 1st 9 week STAR students.”… Read more
Grace Christian School Junior and Senior Beta Club members volunteered at the Neshoba County Fall Fun Day for special needs children. Beta club students helped the children with many fun activities. … Read more
Janie is a spayed, lab mix who is available for adoption. She has been spayed, and is said to be housebroken. Janie’s adoption fee is $20.00. There are several adult dogs at the shelter that are in need of a … Read more
The October meeting of the Winston Guards chapter 2643 United Daughters of the Confederacy was held at Lake Tiak O’Khata. Connie Faye Estes and Judy Goodin were the hostesses.
Following the meal, Frances introduced Murray Black who presented a program … Read more
When a mother plugs in her child’s night light at any home served by the Southern Company and Mississippi Power, it costs that family more of their already shrinking budget.
This extra cost is due to the Kemper plant cost … Read more
Winston Academy wanted to do something in honor of breast cancer awareness. The school staff sent letters home to elementary students on Wednesday asking for two dollars a balloon to release at the pep rally with the funds to be … Read more
Native son Joe D. White (LHS-1953) has just published his third book, My Heart Goes Where The Blue Goose Goes. Joe retired in 1996 following a thirty-five year career with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—National Wildlife Refuge System as … Read more