Category: News

Health Care help at the library

The Winston County Library hosted a health care seminar on Tuesday, November 24th, presented by Dr. Yolanda Jackson Cook, Outreach Coordinator for Health Help Mississippi located in Starkville, and Mrs. Diannae Campbell, Outreach & Enrollment Coordinator

5 apartments available for rent Focus Manor Residential Facility

Submitted Focus Manor, a residential facility, continues to seek physically handicapped applicants as residents in these 14 large one bedroom apartments. There are five apartments available. Applicants are not confined to Winston County. They can be from any place in…

Winston Academy Honor Roll

Winston Academy Honor Roll 1ST Grade: Good Conduct – Sydnee Conduct, Layla Cefalu, Wesley Duvall, Sally Ann Harris, Sara Love James, Graison McDill, Rylee Mills, Lakin Ware, Bella White, Kayla Blanton, Anniston Cummings, Katelyn Easley, Rhylan Eaves, James Haven Joiner,…

Town & Country Garden Club holds meeting

Submitted by Frances Ball The Town & Country Garden Club met on November 19 in the lovely home of Mrs. Vale Tabor, with Mrs. Dale Shumaker serving as co-host. Mrs. Debbie Moody, President, called the meeting to order. She called…

Sports Schedules – 12/02/2015

WED, DEC. 2 College Basketball 7 p.m. — Texas Southern at MSU THUR, DEC. 3 Prep Soccer 5:30/7 p.m. — Neshoba Central at Louisville

Mini-cheer camp set for Monday in Scooba

From School reports SCOOBA — East Mississippi Community College will hold a mini-cheer camp for all school-aged children on Monday, Dec. 7, on the Scooba campus. Open to girls and boys from ages 5-18, EMCC’s upcoming mini-cheer camp will be…

Aldermen approve hiring of three police officers

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Louisville Board of Aldermen approved the hiring of multiple police officers to the city’s police department during its November 17 meeting held at City Hall. Louisville Police Chief L.M. Claiborne addressed the…

EMCC freshman Quantesha Patterson once again honored

From school reports SCOOBA – For the second time in three weeks to begin the current hoops campaign, East Mississippi Community College freshman Quantesha Patterson has been selected the MACJC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for her two-game efforts…

Editorial Roundup – 12/02/2015

Commissary prices are rip-off Is it not enough punishment for serious lawbreakers in Mississippi to lose their freedom? Does the state also have to rip them off by allowing vendors to charge exorbitant prices for snacks, toiletries and phone calls?

Donations sought for veterans cemetery bell tower

Area veterans and local citizens are proud to make the announcement that there will soon be a state veterans cemetery located at Kilmichael. Construction of the North Mississippi Veterans Memorial Cemetery has already begun on a 50-acre site with completion…