News

Free Lunch program set for summer

From press reports

Louisville Municipal School District School Food Service are setting up to provide thousands of free meals to children in Winston County during the summer break.
LMSD is working through the USDA program to provide free breakfast and … Read more

150th Anniversary of Brice’s Crossroads and Tupelo/Harrisburg

submitted by C.J. Johnson

This three-day reenactment of the Battle of Brice’s Crossroads and Tupelo/Harrisburg will feature Union and Confederate re-enactors portraying the events surrounding one of Major General Nathan Bedford Forrest’s (CSA) tactical victories.
However, during the … Read more

Importance of child care providers recognized

By Alicia Barnes
MSU School of Human Sciences

Mississippi families and communities have real assets in the early child care facilities across the state.
“Early care and education providers help our society function,” said Lydia Bethay, project manager of Mississippi … Read more

News of the Past

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.

100 Years Ago – June 5, 1914

LOUISVILLE: Miss Marie Berry of Florence is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Howard Fox … Read more

Clarifications & Correction

NW softball praised, not slighted

In the May 21 edition the article titled “Three Nanih Waiya opponents claim state softball titles” was intended to show the caliber of teams Nanih Waiya played and played well. In reading the article, all … Read more

Education notes

Area students named to ICC honors lists

Officials at Itawamba Community College have released the honors list for the 2014 spring semester.
Named to the… Read more

White-tailed Deer Management Workshop offered

by James L. Cummins
From special reports

Deer management is becoming more important to hunters with each passing year. Some individuals, clubs and landowners have selective management strategies that are used to help one meet their goals. Others do not, … Read more

Let’s be neighbors

Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.

Every week I run into someone that had their home blown off the map during the April 29th tornado, but since I only promised to write about things that are connected … Read more