Category: News

Town & Country Garden Club holds monthly meeting

Town and country GC Pic Meeting 15_10


The Town & Country Garden Club met on October 15 at the Evergreen Garden Center. There were 13 members present. President Debbie Moody called the meeting to order. Mrs. Frances Pierce gave the inspiration entitled “Ivy in the Walls.”… Read more

Garden clubs gather


The Louisville Garden Club, in conjunction with the Town & Country Garden Club of Louisville and Winston Garden Club hosted The Garden Clubs of Mississippi, Inc. … Read more

Remembering Little Miss Louisville 1940

Lynne and her father LaMont during the 1940’s.

Submitted by Lynne Cunningham

In 1940 the Front-page news of the Journal was a contest for little tots and young ladies. Imagine the atmosphere of this era when the specter of Pearl Harbor and WWII was looming large before the… Read more

Book signing set for Nov. 7 at library


From press reports

Professor “KC” Morrison,  Head of Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Mississippi State University, has realeased a new biography about one of tbe state’s most influential  Civil Rights Leaders.

This book is dedicated to the … Read more

Eiland Middle featured in fiction novel


By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

Eiland Middle School is proud to announce its recent selection of having its school name used in a fictional novel.

The name of the school was used in the fictional novel “Kid Owner,” … Read more

Nanih Waiya wins slugfest over Noxapater in Cross Creek Rivalry

Courtesy Photos from Mike Robertson
Noxapater quarterback, James Stalcup (15) hands the ball to Vonta Woods (4).

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Cross Creek rivalry surely didn’t disappoint.

In a game full of big plays and momentum swings, visiting Nanih Waiya was able to counter every time Noxapater made it’s move to take control or … Read more

Students visit Nissan motor company


From press reports

Winston Louisville Career & Technology Students in the Welding and Automotive Service Technician programs enjoyed a trip to Canton, MS.

These students toured the Nissan plant and were able to identify … Read more

Rotary Club updated on Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Program


As many residents of Mississippi know, the state consists mainly of rural areas that face difficult challenges in regards to providing healthcare. During its October 21 meeting, The Rotary Club of Louisville was provided information on a program that was … Read more

Winston ends season with a loss to Starkville

Payson Roberts (5) blocking as Bailey Smith (1) turns up field with the ball during an earlier game in the season.

From Wendell Womack

The last six meetings between the Winston Patriots and the Starkville Volunteers have ended with an average score of 38-11 in favor of Starkville. The trend remained about the same as Winston saw their last game of … Read more

Head Start celebrates Awareness Month & 50th anniversary

Headsart celebrates at their facility

From press & staff reports

The month of October is very special to the Head Start centers nationwide as they celebrate National Head Start Awareness Month.

President Ronald Reagan first proclaimed … Read more