Chasidy L Goodwin was promoted to the rank of 1st Lieutenant in the MS Air National Guard. She is the … Read more
From school reports
An early three-touchdown deficit was too much to overcome for the East Central Community College Warriors, who were blitzed 43-0 by nationally ranked Copiah-Lincoln Community College last Thursday at H.L. Stone Stadium on the Wesson campus.… Read more
The Health Science II students at Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center have agreed to work with the MS State Department of Health, MS Department of Education, MS Hospital Association, Greater Jackson Chapter of the Association of Professionals in Infection Control … Read more
From press reports
Hinds Community College graduated 390 students in three summer 2014 graduation ceremonies that took place on the Raymond Campus on Aug. 1. The college granted associate in arts (AA) degrees, associate in applied science (AAS) degrees, career … Read more
The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
Ace Atkins – The Forsaken Anne Perry – Blood On The Water
Julie Garwood – Fast Track Gregg Hurwitz – Don’t Look Back
Diana Palmer – Invincible Tana … Read more
A benefit for WinstonStrong and the continued recovery of Winston County is set for October 4 at 3 p.m.
The event is hosted by Southern Gospel Music Association of Mississippi. The event will begin at 3 pm. on October 4 … Read more
Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.
Recently, the officers and committee members of Friends of Legion State Park met in the Park Lodge.
Terri Grice, employee of the Park met with the group in the absence of … Read more
Truth about Israel
Two weeks ago, Onzie Glenn wrote a letter to the editor which calls for a strenuous rebuttal. There were many errors of fact and a considerable amount of propaganda presented in that letter. I have chosen to … Read more
Last weekend, I was blessed to have participated in more culinary education at the Viking Cooking School, and the theme was southern food! We had a blast, and I believe I will only be cooking professionally in my next life! … Read more
Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.
Every farmer raised corn ‘back in the day’.
It was necessary to have enough corn to feed the farm animals and for many other uses. We planted corn … Read more