Category: News

Winston County Relay for Life kickoff set

Organizers are pleased to announce that the first 2016 Winston County Relay For Life meeting will be help on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at 5:30 at Fresh Market Grill (formally Luigi’s). For individuals thinking of registering a team you can do…

Librarian’s Report presented to supervisors

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Winston County Library staff presented the Winston County Board of Supervisors its Librarians Report during the December 21 supervisor meeting held at the Winston County Courthouse. The report presented information for the…

Fighting cancer

Cancer is no walk in the park yet research has shown that moderate exercise for 3 hours per week, such as walking, reduces cancer risk by 30-40 percent.

Christmas at the Chamber

Thursday, December 17, 2015 The Winston County Economic Development Partnership office held a Christmas luncheon with attendees welcomed by  

Good visit

Seniors attending an event at Lake Tiak O’Khata took time out to visit the Big Red Fire Museum.

Merchants ready

During the holiday season, The Winston County Chamber of Commerce provided chances for everyone to register to win $500 “Louisville Dollars.” Chances to register to win the $500

Ole Miss takes sweet win over Oklahoma State

From school reports NEW ORLEANS — How sweet it was. No. 12 Ole Miss dominated No. 16 Oklahoma State, 48-20, in the 82nd annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Working on the rail

Louisville Railcar LLC, part of Mcdevitt Enterprises, recently added to their inventory a small electric Railcar engine. They hoped to soon be apart of the Railcar repair business.

UDC hold their December meeting

The Winston Guards 2643 chapter UDC held its December meeting at Lake Tiak O’Khata on December 14. They were joined by several members of the local John M. Bradley Camp SCV. Following the meal the group was entertained by member…

Helping hands

The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) organization had hands on deck to complete the renovation of a home on Eiland