Category: News

Monthly NAACP meeting set

The monthly NAACP meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 15, 2016, 7:00 p.m. at the Winston County Library. Julie Cunningham, Winston County’s Chancey Clerk is the special guest. Her discussion will include, but not limited to the following:

Full Winston County Journal Electronic Version 02/24/2016

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Six compete this Feb. 27 for Winston County DYW

From staff and press reports The Distinguished Young Women of Winston Scholarship Program will be holding the 60th annual program at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, at Louisville High School. Six contestants from around Winston County will compete for thousands…

Making the most of it: Singing praises rather than the blues

By Joseph and Hanna McCain The Winston County Journal Mississippi maybe famous for the blues yet one local family is singing praises and making the most of it. “I’ll Make The Most Of It” isn’t just the name of the…

History donated

Mrs. Frances Woodruff, President of The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Winston Guards 2643 Louisville Chapter, recently presented  a copy of the book, My Dear Wife, Letters To Matilda: The Civil War Letters of Sid

LMSD recognizes Teacher of the Year within district

From staff reports The Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees recognized and acknowledged the teachers of the year with the annual awards during their monthly meeting held on Feb. 9 at 5:30 p.m.

WE CARE looking to help more

Submitted by WE CARE Written by Laurie Smith WE CARE Inc. of Louisville, MS says Thank You! Disaster can strike anywhere at any time. No one knows that better than Louisville, MS. In 2014, we made the headlines all over…


Asia Tierra Sherrod was a December 2015 graduate of Mississippi State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She is presently employed with Mississippi State University as an Accountant Assistant.She was a 2012 Honor Graduate of Louisville High School.

Arbor Day celebrated with the help of FFA and Ag I students

Submitted by Brenda G. Keen Master Gardener On Thursday, February 11, 2016, the FFA students and Ag I students of Noxapater helped with the planting of 10 trees at the Noxapater Park. These trees were planted in memory of the…