Category: News

Show the heart tender love and care with diet, exercise

By Brittany Jacks MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE — The heart is the most vital organ in the body, and keeping it healthy can mean a better and longer life. The most common type of heart disease is coronary heart…

New board member joins LMSD trustees, board bans drones

From press and staff reports The Louisville Municipal School Board of Trustees held its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, January 13, 2016. The meeting did have one member absent. Trustee Mark Dillard was not present due to illness.

Summer program targets rural medical scholars

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Mississippi high school juniors considering medical careers in their home state have the opportunity to take part in an intense and revealing summer program at Mississippi State University.

Noxapater’s Kiera Phillips signs with East Mississippi

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal For the fourth consecutive year Noxapater High School has had a softball player sign a college scholarship. Last week senior second baseman Kiera Phillips signed to play for East Mississippi Community College. Former Lady…

Lady Warriors knock off Starkville Academy in Mid-Mississippi Classic

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Warriors of Nanih Waiya High School bounced back from a 41-37 region loss to Sebastopol last week by posting an impressive 46-38 win over Starkville Academy in the Crowson’s Auto World Mid-Mississippi…

When It Really Matters

When It Really Matters celebrated their ribbon cutting on Friday, January 22. A large crowd gathered in the cozy bakery to wish owners Natali and Shawn Sudduth well with their business venture.

Get Little Hearts Luncheon tickets now

Submitted Tickets are now on sale for the February 12, 2016 Little Hearts Luncheon at First Baptist Church, Louisville. “Last year approximately 400 people from Winston County enjoyed the delicious meal and fellowship,” organizers stated. Dine in and carry out…

Cancer screening is a ‘no-brainer’

By Linda Breazeale MSU Ag Communications STARKVILLE, Miss. — When is knowing about a family history of colorectal cancer a good thing? Clark Roman of Starkville said knowing his family’s increased incidence of colon cancer prompted him to have regular…

Republican Women of Winston County hear from Trent Kelly representative

The Republican Women of Winston County were in for a treat when Rev. Willy Weddle, representative of Congressman Trent Kelly, spoke to the group on January 19. Weddle of Eupora serves at the Republican 1st District Congressman’s local field representative.