News

Constitution celebrated locally with NW DAR

From staff reports

All area schools recognized the importance of the Constitution and Constitution Week during is Sept.17-23 with school leaders signing a proclamation.

The Nanih Waiya Chapter, DAR, helped arrange the signings and promoting the Constitution.

Constitution Week’s goals … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – November 8, 1912 NOXAPATER: Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mitchell moved into their handsome new home in south town Tuesday. – Misses Carrie and Ruby Watkins of Mashulaville were guests of their sister, Mrs. F. M. Glenn, … Read more

Let’s Be Neighbors by Carolyn Mills

West Louisville Methodist Charge held a joint Halloween party at Pleasant Hill UMC on 4th Sunday night with hot dogs, hamburgers/ trimmings, chip and dips, homemade chilli and desserts served before games and a hayride.

It was for adults as … Read more

Head Start awareness celebrated at Winston County Head Start

From staff reports

On Friday, Oct. 26, Winston County Head Start hosted a special children’s event in conjunction with National Head Start Awareness month.

Parents, teachers, students, staff and visitors came together at the Winston County Head Start Center to … Read more

Upward registration begins Nov. 5

From press reports

Upward registration is coming to an end and the mandatory player evaluations are approaching.

Monday and Tuesday, November 5-6, the player evaluations will be conducted at First United Methodist Church and First Baptist Church from 6:00-7:30 PM.… Read more

[news[ Halloween event set ; Stew Stomp this weekend

From staff reports

The Winston County Economic Development District Partnership has planned a list of upcoming events for the holiday season to celebrate every occasion.

The first event scheduled will be a trick or treat that will take place in … Read more

Nunnelee visits Winston County prior to election

From staff reports

Congressman Alan Nunnelee (R-Miss) made a stop in the newest part of his congressional district last week and visited with local industry.

Congressman Nunnelee was talking up his efforts to control spending and reduce taxes with just … Read more

City aims to add new welcome banners

From staff reports

The Hwy 25/15 bypass bridge is the doorstep to Louisville and city leaders hope to display city pride with new banners on the bypass.

City leaders hope to have 30 businesses commit to purchasing one banner and … Read more

Presidential election day approaches

From staff reports

Winston County residents still have time to vote by absentee ballot and many will go to the polls with the rest of the country on Nov. 6.

Absentee voting in Mississippi continues in person at the county … Read more

The Teacher Academy spotlights Christy White

By Helen Black

Qurteshia Goss is currently shadowing Mrs. Christy White, a third grade teacher at Fair Elementary School. Mrs. White has been teaching for 23 years. She graduated from Mississippi State University with a Master’s degree in Education.

Mrs. … Read more