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Lady Warriors play for 1A South State title

Hope Thames ,left, Mackenzie Johnson, middle, and Krysten Eaves, right, show of their home run balls from Nanih Waiya's wins over St. Aloysius

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

The Lady Warriors used a pair of homers by Mackenzie Johnson and a dramatic pitching performance by Brantlie Sheets to sweep a pair of games from St. Aloysius on Monday to advance to … Read more

Trophy winners

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Louisville Volleyball League

First place winner was Bethel and second place went to PG.… Read more

Moore to host book signing

Moore

Louisville native Jewel Moore will host a book signing on Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. -noon (meeting room of the Winston County Library).

Author/Evangelist Jewel C. Moore was born and raised in Louisville, MS, where she graduated with the … Read more

WMC’s Vowell earns Alan Clive Service and Spirit Memorial Award

(Pictured left to right)  Elizabeth Davis, Co-Chair  Healthcare/Accessibility and Functional Needs Session, Lacey Vowell, WMC Nursing Home Admininistrator, and Michael Weston, Co-Chair  Healthcare/Accessibility and Functional Needs Session.

From press reports

The National Hurricane Conference was held in Austin, Texas March 30th-April 2nd.

Lacey Vowell, Administrator at Winston Medical Center Nursing Home attended the conference and served as a Presenter during the Healthcare:   Accessibility and Functional Needs Session. … Read more

ECCC graduation scheduled May 8

Nearly 600 graduates are scheduled to receive diplomas Friday, May 8, 2015. Graduates participating in the program include (from left) Leah Ferguson of Philadelphia, Zach Allen of Louisville, Makenzie Rowzee of Hickory, Ramone Tate of Bay St. Louis and Haleigh West of Hickory. (EC Photo)

Nearly 600 graduates are scheduled to receive diplomas Friday, May 8, 2015, when East Central Community College holds its 86th Commencement beginning at 6 p.m. in the Neshoba County Coliseum in Philadelphia.

Included in the total are those who completed … Read more

Local band Children of Aries announces future plans

White and Bane

From press reports

Last September, Children Of Aries unleashed their debut album, ‘The Sands of Time.’

With the crushing debut still holding strong, the band is continuing to look to the future.

Vocalist and Guitarist Wil Bane told of the … Read more

Nanih Waiya track teams fare well in South State

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Jamarlo Smith claimed a pair of first-place medals to lead the Nanih Waiya High School boys to a second place finish in the South State meet last week.

Kenley McMullan had a first, second … Read more