Submitted by: Building Strong Families Healthy Marriage Project a U.S.
Health and Human Services initiative.
It is sad to say and hard to accept by many, but love sometimes ends.
Marriages fail. Relationships collapse. The flames of love die out.… Read more
By Austin Bishop
The Winston County
Step one accomplished. After dispatching Salem in two straight games
last week, the 19-6 Nanih Waiya fast-pitch softball team is set to
take on Sebastopol this week in the second round of the … Read more
The Nanih Waiya baseball team has most definitely been there and done
that. Head coach Tyler Rogers is counting on that experience making a
difference as the Warriors begin their journey in the … Read more
Jamario Smith posted two first-place finishes for Nanih Waiya in the
1A Regional Track Meet at Canton last Saturday, while Kenley McMullan
picked up one of her own.
Athletes who finished in the … Read more
Five Louisville High School track athletes finished in the top four
in their respective individual events during last Saturday’s Region
2-4A Track Meet held at Mississippi Valley State, qualifying them for
this week’s … Read more
The Noxapater High School girls track team blew away the competition
on Saturday in Canton to take the Regional Track Championship, while
the Noxapater boys fared well also, claiming third.
The Lady Tigers took … Read more
The Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees was
honored to take the time to recognize and acknowledge teachers and
parents with annual awards during their monthly meeting held on April
9 at … Read more
The Winston County Board of Supervisors discussed concerns regarding
an increase in county employees’ health insurance rates during their
April 1 meeting.
Addressing the board in regards to this issue was Jack Gordman,… Read more
Congratulations to MyAsia Johnson in Mrs. Stokes and Ms. Shaw’s
second grade class for winning the annual Farm Bureau coloring
contest at Fair Elementary. Winston County Farm Bureau sponsors an
annual coloring sheet contest; second graders at all schools in… Read more
Winston County students Zachary Allen and Hunter Luke have been
awarded a $4,000 Yates Companies, Inc. Scholarship for their first
two years of college. Both were selected by a scholarship committee
at The Yates Companies, Inc. based … Read more