Category: News

Distinguished Young Women

From staff reports Winston Academy junior Iris Keen will represent Winston County this summer at the state Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) competition as she was named 2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Winston County during the program’s main event Saturday night.…

Presidential primaries set for March 8

From staff reports Winston County voters will have their chance to select their political party candidate next week in the presidential primaries. Primary elections for Democratic and Republican presidential nominees are set for Tuesday, March 8. Polls will be open…

Roses (The Queen of Flowers) discussed at Town and Country meeting

Submitted by Frances Ball Fifteen members of the Town & Country Garden Club met on February 18 in the lovely home of Mrs. Shirley Hawkins with Mrs. Teresa Ellis as co-hostess. President Debbie Moody called the meeting to order. She…

Tigers open baseball season with sweep in Noxapater Classic

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The homestanding Tigers picked up a couple wins in the Noxapater Classic on Saturday, beating Philadelphia 3-0 and Newton 7-3. R.J. Pierce threw a four-hit shutout against Philly, while striking out five batters while…

Wedding: Simmons-Shell

Tonya T. Simmons and Eddie C. Shell, both of Louisville, MS, together with their families announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.

Rotary Club welcomes EMA Director

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The members of the Louisville Rotary Club were glad to welcome Winston County EMA Director Buddy King at their weekly Rotary meeting held at Lake Tiak O’Khata on February 24. Rotary member Penny…

Presented

The Nanih Wayia and the Betheden Volunteer Fire Department received a Non matching grant totaling $25.000 dollars’ worth of wildland firefighting equipment from

Rep. Hood gives a overview of the recent legislative actions

By Rep. Joey Hood With numerous requests for bills to be read in their entirety by Democratic members, the pace of the House this week was much slower than normal. The Mississippi Constitution of 1890 allows for a member to…