Category: News

Group seeks donations for tornado victims in Holly Springs

From staff and press reports Neighbors helping neighbors in need — that’s the message WinstonStrong, Winston County officials and City of Louisville officials wish to deliver. Under the auspice of WinstonStrong, city and county leaders have setup a collection effort…

Winston Plywood and Veener deal with Taylor boosts local economy

From staff reports When the trees start rolling in at Winston Plywood and Veneer, they will be getting a lift from a familiar name. This past week, President & General Manager of Winston Plywood & Veneer Dr. Dick Baldwin signed…

New and reelected officials take oath of office

From staff reports Fifteen Winston County officials elected or re-elected in November took the oath of office in front of a large crowd inside the main courtroom of the Winston County Courthouse Tuesday morning. Chancery Judge Joseph Kilgore presided over…

Ranked

Lee Verry’s Elite Martial Arts class had a rank

If you see something you agree or disagree with say something

Most of the time I as publisher do not place editorial opinions, cartoons or the like in the newspaper but with continued apathy among all voters in this country. I have to speak up. I want readers to agree. I…

Christmas program FUMC

The First United Methodist Church Kindergarten Class held its Christmas Program on Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. The program featured children of the class performing songs and “finger plays.”

Soybean value falls just shy of $1B mark

By Nathan Gregory MSU Extension Service STARKVILLE, Miss. — Estimates indicate that lower soybean prices caused the value of Mississippi’s top row crop to drop below $1 billion for the first time since 2011 despite producers posting the second highest…

Nanih Waiya Lady Warriors continue winning ways

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Warriors of Nanih Waiya High School looked to finish off the 2015 portion of the 2015-16 season on a high night when they played Aberdeen Tuesday in the St. Andrews Holiday Classic…

Book signing

Dozens of people showed up for Louisville native Tiffany Moore’s book signing Sat. 12/12/15 at the Winston County Library.  Now living in Atlanta with her husband Derek Moore,