Category: News

Women are multi-talented

Hanna McCain

I was in the sixth grade when I wrote my first Women’s Suffrage play. Some classmates and I performed the play in front of my sixth grade class. The play detailed the long journey women went through just to be … Read more

Pet of the Week – 08/26/2015

Pet of the week

Katie is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. Katie is an older, spayed, female who needs a place to live the rest of her years. Our adoption fee is $20.00. To see more pictures of the animals available for … Read more

Red Hill Senior Enrichment Organization seeks support

Seniors meeting at the extension office

Senior Citizens are the backbone of this country and city. We are the taxpayers and we deserve a building to be able to come for fellowship and support. Many seniors are alone and feel left out, unappreciated, and forgotten about. … Read more

Pilot Club holds meeting

Fulton with WMC’s Black.

Pilot Club of Louisville held the monthly meeting on August 13 at Lake Tiak O’ Khata. President Beverly Wilkes called the meeting to order. Gloria Joiner gave the devotion and blessing for our meal. Beth Mitchell led the Pledge of … Read more

Winston County Master Gardener’s ‘Yard of the Month’ noted

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The WCMG are proud to present the ‘Yard of the Month’ for September to Delaine and Donnie Woodruff. The Woodruffs reside at 105 McCullough Road. We say we are “proud to present” the Woodruffs with this honor because of … Read more

Patriots get washed out with first game

Clint Scrivener/ Scrivener and Son Photography courtesy
Winston Academy Junior Varsity

By – Wendell Womack

Coaches Junior Graham and Andy Greening have been welcomed with open arms since their arrival on the Winston campus this year, but the visiting 4A Lamar Raiders from Meridian ended the welcome party as they effortlessly … Read more

Wildcats use opportunistic defense to take 20-3 win over New Hope

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LHS offense prepares to move down field.

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Veteran Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller was pleased his team open the 2015 season with a 20-3 win over New Hope on Friday, but he also knows his Wildcats have a … Read more

Group holds health fair

Betheden Fire department volunteer firefighters discussing fire safety

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On Saturday, July 11 the Coalition for a Healthy Winston County sponsored a community health fair supported by coalition teams at Antioch, Lonely Valley, Mt. Bell, and Pleasant Grove churches.

Approximately 45 adults and 30 youth attended the health … Read more

Louisville’s Goss set for key role at wide receiver for EMCC

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

SCOOBA — If you play wide receiver for East Mississippi Community College the keys to success are pretty simple — if you get open you will get the ball and always be prepared to … Read more

Bulldog football

1972 Bullpups

Hugh Hathorn of Louisville recently attended a reunion of the scholarship signing class of the 1972 Mississippi State University Bulldog football team.  Hathorn (pictured second row, center) signed a scholarship with the Bulldogs and played tight end and outside linebacker … Read more