Christopher Young of Noxapater recently took the oath of office to become the City of Louisville’s newest full-time firefighter. Young was sworn in … Read more
The March 25 Louisville School Board meeting opened with recognition of the teachers of the year from each school and the district.
“This is one of the more exciting and best … Read more
The non-profit group, Friends of Nanih Waiya Community Park, recently sold chicken plates and raffled off some Adirondack furniture to help raise more funds for their community park project.
Although there were… Read more
The Louisville Coliseum recently hosted the 2nd Annual Double S Rodeo School on March 21 through Sunday, March 23. The… Read more
By Linda Breazeale
MSU Ag Communications
MISSISSIPPI STATE – Mississippi youths recently took part in a competition with skills they can take to their graves.
Home-site selection, agricultural impact and erosion prevention are among the issues students… Read more
The official MS Women’s Club had a Tea Party Luncheon and a tour of the Supreme Court Building on February 27 in Jackson. Charlotte Waller hosted the… Read more
Upward celebration was held at First Baptist March 22 after another successful season. An article on the season appeared… Read more
From press reports
Lil’ Blessings Children’s Consignment Sale is fully stocked and ready to sell to the public this Friday and Saturday. On Friday, April 4th from 9am – 6pm, and Saturday, April 5th from 9am – 11 am , … 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 – April 3, 1914
LOUISVILLE: Mr. T. W. Townsend of Forest attended the Clark-Townsend marriage here… Read more
Since I teach high school students, I have always been bombarded by students who want to know how to make delicious, filling and from-scratch dishes. I tell them that I might be their best person to go to if they … Read more