MSU quarterback gives jersey to local youth

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


To Tyler Russell it seemed to really matter, and that’s what struck a chord with Suzanne Quinn Gregory.

Earlier this fall Gregory saw Russell, a senior quarterback for Mississippi State University, while … Read more

Relay for Life first meeting upcoming

From press reports


Relay for Life will soon be here.

Scheduled for May 2, 2014, the Louisville High School football field will be packed with individuals, churches, schools, businesses and healthcare providers who realize that cancer has affected our … Read more

Seeking volunteers for hospice help

Do you have volunteering as a New Year’s resolution?  We have the opportunity for you.

Gentiva Hospice is looking for dynamic volunteers to join our team. Areas of interest may include home visits, phone calls, letter or card writing, and … Read more

Lady Patriots, now 18-7, embrace district play

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


Just consider Robin Chastain old school.

While the Winston Academy head girls basketball coach is certainly pleased that her team is playing well enough to be recognized as one of the best … Read more

Local NAACP to host MLK parade January 18

From press reports


The Winston County Branch of the NAACP will host a parade and program in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Saturday, January 18, 2014.

This year’s program will take place at Still Valley … Read more

Calvary Apostolic’s Health to host health day with Darby

From press reports


Health and Wellness Coach Norma Darby is coming to Lousiville on  Saturday, January 18, 2014 3:00PM to Calvary Apostolic Life Center located at 104 Beal Street Louisville.

She is officially Calvary Apostolic’s Health and Wellness Coach … Read more

Sports schedules


Prep Basketball

Montgomery County Tournament (4 p.m. — East Webster Girls vs. Winona; 5:20 p.m. — East Webster Boys vs. Winona; 6:40 p.m. — FCA girls vs. Montgomery County; 8 p.m. — FCA boys vs. Montgomery County)… Read more