Tommie is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. He has been neutered and his adoption fee is $20. To see pictures of Tommie and some of the other animals available for adoption, find us on Facebook. www.facebook.com/louisvillefriendsoftheanimals… Read more
Winston Medical Center welcomes their newest healthcare provider, Jennifer Palmer, Nurse Practioner to the Winston Medical Clinics. … Read more
Pictured are members of Nanih Waiya DAR Chapter who attended the Hills Convention in Columbus last week.… Read more
Anthony Gentry celebrated the opening of Gentry Paint and Body Shop by hosting a ribbon cutting. “This has already started off better than expected.” stated Gentry.
Gentry recently opened up his new body shop in the old Jayroe’s Body Shop … Read more
Noxapater Farmer’s market every Saturday
Town of Noxapater Farmer’s Market will host a Farmer’s market from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. each Saturday
La Leche League to meet
La Leche League of Louisville meets monthly on the 4th Saturday of … Read more
Rainwater Observatory in French Camp Mississippi will be offering a free public program for this season called “SATURN: The Ringed Giant!” This presentation will be given on Friday August 14, 2015, starting at 7:00 p.m. by Edwin Faughn, director … Read more
Give the trucker his due
By Tim Kalich
After Robert Gray’s come-from-nowhere victory last week in the Democratic primary for governor in Mississippi, there were two main reactions.
First, political writers and observers tried to figure out how … Read more
C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.
100 Years Ago – August 13, 1915
FRONT PAGE: The old soldiers reunion assembled in Masonic Park at 9:30 … Read more
From school reports
FULTON — The Itawamba Community College football team wrapped up its first week of fall camp after reporting to campus on Tuesday to begin preparations for the 2015 season opener on Thursday, Aug. 27 against top-ranked Copiah-Lincoln … Read more
By David Nagel and Lelia Kelly
Extension Horticulture Specialists
The cool spell of a few weeks ago has probably allowed the tomatoes and large-fruited peppers in the garden to set fruit.
It takes only a few nights in the 60s … Read more