Panda is a spayed mixed breed female who is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control.… Read more
Winston County Library Board of Trustees met August 18th to discuss various library projects and activities. … Read more
By Susan Collins-Smith
MSU Ag Communications
RAYMOND — As demand increases for locally grown produce, farmers markets have become a way to take fresh fruits and vegetables directly to customers.
“This segment of agriculture is growing, and I think we … Read more
The Louisville High School Class of 1959 donated this beautiful bench to the Winston County Library this July. … Read more
REPM to meet Sept. 4
Retired Education Personnel of Miss. Meeting will be held September 4 at 1 PM at Louisville City Hall. The speaker will be Dr. David Morse, Interim head of Counseling & Educational Leadership at Miss. State … Read more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announces that as of August 28, 2014, the Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP), Environmental Assessment (EA) and associated step-down plans are available for Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge (SDHN NWR). The … Read more
C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.
100 Years Ago –September 4, 1914
LOUISVILLE: Miss Susie Lyons will begin her Kindergarten school at the Masonic hall … Read more
Mississippi is receiving national recognition for taking local action to protect citizens from the health hazards of secondhand smoke. American Nonsmokers’ Rights (ANR) will announce the National Smokefree Challenge Award winners at 2pm at the JacksonHilton (1001 E County Line … Read more
The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting Louisville and Winston County residents to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®. The Golden Triangle Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which includes … Read more
Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.
We were allowed to make a little extra money of our own from time to time if the opportunity arose. We scrapped cotton in the fields after … Read more