Category: News

Editorial Roundup

Demagoguery from the mouth of Trump  Throughout world history, there have been demagogues who have preyed on people’s anxieties, fears and prejudices to achieve political power.

Full Winston County Journal Electronic Version 12/02/15

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DAR honors Vietnam veterans for second year in a row

From press & staff reports The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution paid tribute to those who served the United States during the Vietnam War with a luncheon in their honor on November 19 at the…

Chamber kicks off Christmas season Thursday at Courthouse

From staff reports The Winston County Chamber of Commerce is decking the halls of Winston County for a fun-filled Christmas season. This Thursday, December 3 at 5:30 p.m. children of all ages are invited to Kids and Carols in front…

Prison ministry a success over T-day holiday

From press & staff reports With the holiday season in full swing, many know that the spirit of Christ is the reason for celebrating it. The men and women of the Winston-Choctaw County Regional Correctional Facility were brought the word…

Thanksgiving Winston County style

For the last 14 years, hundreds of volunteers under the direction of Aline Haynes have helped feed over thousand people each Thanksgiving. The event has become a tradition in Winston County for those who volunteer and those who are served.

1st Annual Marcus Thames Baseball camp a success

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal Many of the local Winston County kids were given a holiday treat as they were given the opportunity to participate in the 1st Annual Marcus Thames Baseball Camp on Friday, November 27 at…

Storytime fun and a Thanksgiving

The Winston County Library hosted a Thanksgiving story time on Tuesday, November 24th.  Children’s Librarian Andrea McHenry, read a Pet The Cat Thanksgiving book and