Category: News

Lady Wildcats win key region game over Caledonia, 2-0

Madelyn Wilkes about to blast a home run
Photo credits Nicole Coleman

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Louisville High School Lady Wildcats used solo homers by Manyia Taylor and Jamiya Miller to take a 2-0 region victory over Caledonia on Thursday.

“It’s like I told the girls after the game, … Read more

‘Help for the Journey’ – Marriage Mentoring Training

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Marriage Mentoring training was completed at New Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Louisville on September 23, 2015. The training workshop was presented by Building Strong Families with the Starkville Oktibbeha School District at the invitation of Rev. W. L. Hightower.… Read more

Patriots fall to Rebels in district opener

Courtesy photos Mike Robertson

By Wendell Womack

Instead of Wings Over Winston, it was “One Wing On Winston”, as the injured and banged up Winston Patriots flew into Maden with several starters on the sideline.

Although the Patriots lost their opening district game to … Read more

Big first quarter powers Wildcats to win over Amanda Elzy


By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Isaiah Latham and Daylin Gill turned in big games for the Louisville Wildcats on Friday night, pulling off a pair of big plays each to help LHS roll to a 44-2 non-region win over … Read more

Pet of week – 09/30/15

Celeste is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. She is great around the other animals in the shelter. Celeste about 4-6 months old. Her adoption fee is $20.00. … Read more

‘Home for Christmas’ with Carl Jackson set, tickets on sale

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The 19th Annual Carl Jackson “Home for Christmas” benefit concert will feature some of Jackson’s most recent recordings this year.

This year’s concert is set for Saturday, December 12, and will consist of two shows with one at 4 p.m. … Read more

Warriors remain undefeated in Region 3-1A play with high-scoring win

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Points haven’t been a problem for the Warriors of Nanih Waiya the past three weeks as they have averaged 55.3 points a game on the way to jumping out to a 3-0 Region 3-1A … Read more

Community Conversation on Mental Health Conference held

(photos courtesy of Elmetra Patterson)

By Elmetra Patterson

NFusion 7 sponsored its first Community Conversations on Mental Health at a conference at Lake Tiak-O’Khata in Louisville, MS on Saturday, September 19, 2015. There were great topics and a lot of information for participants to take … Read more

Post Offices ready for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Post Offices nationwide will be supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month in October through the sales of Breast Cancer Research First-Class Semipostal stamps. And none are more excited and motivated than those in the Mississippi District, where customers have purchased more … Read more

ECCC to offer GED ready practice test for $1  

East Central Community College in Decatur is offering the GED Ready practice test for $1 through Oct. 31, 2015, in a special back-to-school promotion.

Ryan Clarke, director of Adult Basic Education/GED Testing at ECCC, said that students who take the … Read more