Category: News

Pet of the week – 06/24/15


Pixie is a young border collie mix. She has been spayed, and her adoption fee is $20. To see pictures of Pixie and the other animals available for adoption, find us on Facebook. … Read more

Being firewise helps town

Firewise equip

The Town of Noxapater is a nationally designated Firewise Community.  By participating in the Firewse program, the town  received a $2000 grant. … Read more

Women’s Foundation Investment in Single Stop

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From press reports

Removing obstacles faced by female community college students is one powerful way that the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi brings its mission of economic security for women to life. By granting funds to innovative organizations, the Women’s Foundation … Read more

Haynes is MPA summer intern at Journal


By Kiaa Haynes

My name is Kiaa Haynes, and I am honored to be an intern at the Winston County Journal this summer.
When the opportunity became available, I was beyond excited. Even though I do not know much about … Read more

Town & Country Garden Club close out another successful year

Picture caption from L to R:
Nancy Moore, Debbie Moody, Frances Ball, Dale Shumaker, Noneine Keen, and Elaine Thompson.


Town & Country Garden Club finished up the year with a luncheon held in the home of Debbie Moody on May 21, 2015. There were ten members and one guest present. Before the meal was served everyone gathered together … Read more

Little Heroes Summer Program


Children, ages 3-5, once again enjoyed a wonderful program at the Winston County Library this past Monday in the “Little Heroes” program, presented by Julie Chase.  … Read more

New Doctor of Physical Therapy set to serve Louisville

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Submitted By: Anna Baskin

Louisville native Sarah Woodward began working at GT Physical Therapy on June 4th, 2015. She works part time as a Staff Physical Therapist. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

When … Read more

Black Girls Read summer program

Mrs. Samaria Hudson talked to BGR mentors and mentees about "The Importance of Self"

Black Girls Read is a summer reading program for middle and high school girls. This program started on June 6. It is held each Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., June 6 – July 25, 2015. During this summer … Read more

Home Dedication for Tonya Snow held by Samaritan’s Purse

Snow (Left) with representatives with Samaritan’s Purse

From press and staff reports
On June 16, 2015, a home dedication was held for the newly repaired home for Tonya Snow.
Snow’s new home was the third home Samaritan’s Purse has dedicated in the county and their efforts continue.… Read more