Category: News

Five Distinguished Young Women choose ECCC

All five current Distinguished Young Women from the East Central Community College district are attending the college this academic year. Dr. Randall Lee, vice president for student services at ECCC, said being able to attract top students such as those…

Wildcats fall 33-7 in rivalry contest with Tigers of Noxubee County

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Just when it looked as if Louisville was going to work itself back into Friday night’s Region 4-4A showdown with Noxubee County, the homestanding Tigers used a couple big plays to wrestle the momentum…

Tips to help children cope with tragedy, loss

By Amy Barefield MSU Early Years Network STARKVILLE, Miss. — One of the most difficult tasks a parent or provider will face is guiding children through the grief and instability brought on by tragedy. Natural disasters, terrorism, mass shootings, deaths…

Patriots lose to the Saints in the 4th Quarter

Submitted by David Boydstun The Patriots traveled to Bay Springs last Friday night to face the 5 – 4 Saints of Sylva Bay Academy. The Patriots scored quickly in the game with touchdowns on their first two possessions and led…

Wedding: Bates-Brantley

Bates, Brantley to exchange vows in December 12 ceremony: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wayne Bates of Philadelphia announce the engagement of their daughter, Kayla Elizabeth Bates, to Mr. Jess Martin Brantley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin Brantley of…

EMCC Lions clinch MACJC North Division championship

From school reports SCOOBA – Clinching their seventh MACJC North Division football title in eight years, the eighth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College also secured a No. 1 seed for the upcoming state playoffs by earning a 49-16 home…

National Friends of the Library Week to be celebrated

From press reports October 18-24th is National Friends of the Library Week and the staff of the library would like to say a big “Thank You!” to everyone who is a member of the Winston County Friends of the Library…

Louisville Healthcare celebrates two Centenarians

From staff and press reports It’s not the same old story. More people are living to 100, and many are crossing the century barrier in relatively good health. From 1980 to 2010, the number of centenarians in the United States…

Winston County UDC holds monthly meeting

Submitted The Winston Guards 2643 UDC held their monthly meeting at Lake Tiak O’Khata on Monday night October 5, 2015. Hostesses for the meeting were Robin Black and Earline Stewart who had decorated the tables with the colors of fall.…

Community Helpers

The First United Methodist Church of Louisville recently organized a Community Helpers Week, which allows the staff of the church to introduce different community helpers to the children and to their parents for them to meet and know the men…