The Winston County Self Help Cooperative honored their founding members for 28 years of untiring services to help save rural America on August 5, 2013. WCSHC provides technical services to help landowners and farmers generate income from their natural resources. … Read more
From staff reports
Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen and his staff hosted the 2013 Ladies Football Clinic on Saturday, July 20, and about 100 attended.
Among those attending was Winston County’s Bonnie Fulton. She noted that the … Read more
From press and staff reports
The Winston County Boys and Girls Club is preparing for the start of the school year after wrapping up its summer program recently.
With a mission statement of “inspiring and enabling all young people … Read more
By Joseph McCain
Winston County Journal
In a special recessed meeting on July 30, the Louisville Board of Aldermen covered a series of business.
The board opened with review of bids for an airport terminal to be built.
Airport … Read more
Former East Central Community College football players gathered earlier this summer on the Decatur campus to meet new head coach Ken Karcher and show support for the Warrior football program. Coach Karcher presented his vision and goals for success and … Read more
From press reports
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Austin Harrison of Louisville has completed a nine-week summer internship in the Capitol Hill office of U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (R-Miss.).
Harrison, a graduate of Winston Academy, recently earned a public policy degree … Read more
Since 1890 Woodmen of the World, a not for profit fraternal benefit society, has been providing insurance and benefits to its members and helping to improve their communities. One such community project was the formation of Woodmen Summer … Read more
From press reports
David Hebert is a prime example of someone who refused to be denied an education and a better way of life.
After four attempts, the 20-year-old from Louisville received passing scores on all parts of the … Read more
By Abby Berry
Fifty-five of Mississippi’s brightest high school students recently participated in the annual Rural Electric Youth Tour, spending seven days touring our nation’s capital.
Kate Sprabery and Andrew Yates represented East Mississippi Electric Power Association on the … Read more
Registration continues for the numerous online classes offered for the 2013 fall semester at East Central Community College in Decatur.
Courses include Principles of Accounting I, General Biology I and Lab, General Biology II and Lab, Nutrition, Human Anatomy and … Read more