Category: News

Supervisors discuss hospital rebuild

By Daniel Brunty Winston County Journal The Winston County Board of Supervisors discussed concerns regarding the upcoming bidding process regarding the rebuilding of the county hospital in its November 2 meeting held at the Winston County Courthouse. The supervisors were…

Veteran’s parade and Arts Fair set for this weekend

Cooler temperatures may be eluding most of Mississippi so far this season, but the Winston County residents should be heading outside to enjoy the weather during this week’s Veteran’s Parade and first annual Arts Fair. Kicking off several Saturday events…

TAG class talks NASA

Tracey Hartness, MBCI NASA Coordinator, visited Louisville Elementary School and shared some science lessons with Mrs. Humphries’s TAG students. She works with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians in the NASA Teacher Enhancement Center.

Yard of the month recognized

By Diana Northcutt I have always admired the work of the artist Thomas Kinkade. It speaks to one’s sentimental side and seems to enhance the simple pleasures of life. He once said that his goal as an artist is to…

Nanih Waiya set to close our regular season at Ethel Friday

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times It’s official. After the final play came to an end in their 35-14 win over Durant on Friday night, the Warriors of Nanih Waiya High School were officially the Region 3-1A champions. Now the…

TAG class learns from MSU student

LES TAG students got an opportunity to learn about engineering through hands on activities. Case Fulcher, a graduate student from MSU representing the student chapter of ITE (Institute of Transportation Engineers), spent a day teaching students in Mrs. Humphries’s class.…

TAG class visits zoo

September 29, 2015, third grade TAG students had an opportunity to visit the Jackson Zoo.

Wildcats hit the road for the first round of the MHSAA Playoffs

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Louisville’s task on Friday night will be a tough one. After closing out the regular season with a disappointing 46-21 road loss to Region 4-4A foe Kosciusko, the Wildcats will hit the road for…

Campaign stop

Dorothy Baker-Hines held a meet and greet Friday, October 16, 2015, at the Winston County

Students throughout the county enjoy Starlab visit

From press reports Children grades third through sixth grades have been both amazed and educated by Woodmen of the World’s Star Lab. “I have personally presented it to Heritage Academy, Nanih Waiya, Noxapater, Louisville Elementary and Winston Academy. I will…