Category: News

Noxapater claims region championship with win over NW

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Tigers of Noxapater High School banged out 17 hits on the way to a 17-4 win over Nanih Waiya last week to win the Region 5-1A Championship. The win set Noxapater up…

Town & Country Garden Club holds monthly meeting

Submitted Members of the Town & Country Garden Club met on September 17th in the lovely home of Mrs. Debbie Moody. It was a luncheon, and many delicious dishes were provided by the members. After the meal, President Moody introduced…

Foster Seeks to Serve as Tax Assessor/Collector

From staff reports As the Independent Candidate for Winston County Tax Assessor/Collector, I previously indicated that I have a vision for the future of the office. Today I would like to offer some insight into that vision. As in any…

Garden Club gathering

The Louisville Garden Club, in conjunction with the Town & Country Garden Club of Louisville and Winston Garden Club hosted The Garden Clubs of Mississippi, Inc.

HarvestFest at Dean Park arrives with the cold

By Elmetra Patterson One participant said of HavestFest at Dean Park, “I think you all should move the date to August and name it SummerFest. This is too cold for comfort.” That is what the entire day was like for…

Memories of Our County – 10/07/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past. Snow The weather is turning cool. I see evidence of fall in the air.  We may have a cold season if the old adage is true that  ‘A hot…

Nanih Waiya Community Park set for Oct. 10

From press reports Nanih Waiya Community Park will host its Annual Fall Festival 5k Run/Walk on October 10, 2015 from 9 am – 3 pm at 9185 Highway 490, Louisville. As part of the event a grand opening celebration of…

Lady Wildcats celebrate senior night against Leake Central

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Tuesday night was a big one for the Lady Wildcats of Louisville High School. Not only was the LHS slow-pitch softball team celebrating senior night against Leake Central but they were waiting to learn…

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…