Category: News

Aldermen hear request to remove state flag

From staff reports While the agenda for the first regular Louisville aldermen meeting most important item was the tax resolution fixing the tax levy at 23.0 mils, a non agenda request to remove the state flag garnered most of the…

Sangster’s touchdown gives ECCC spark in big win

From Austin Bishop Winston County Journal For Jalon Sangster it was a blur. What the freshman East Central Community College defensive end from Louisville remembers most about his 22-yard interception return for a touchdown was the celebration in the end…

Pastor with local connections receives medals after 40 years

From staff and press reports More than 40 years after he was medically discharged from the army, the Madison resident and Vietnam War veteran received his medals. Congressman Trent Kelly presented Deuschle with the Silver Medal, the Air Medal, the…

Births – 09/09/15

Elizabeth Grace and Evelyn Ruth Gentry Dr. Dustin and Dawn Gentry are happy to announce the arrival of their twins, Elizabeth Grace and Evelyn Ruth Gentry. Born August 8, 2015 at Anderson Regional Hospital.

Lady Wildcats promote Childhood Cancer Awareness

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Wildcats of Louisville High School did more than just win a slow-pitch softball game last Thursday. They wore gold socks, headbands, and adornments. as part of their uniform to promote Childhood Cancer…

Louisville’s Sullivan once again takes top GSC honors

From special reports BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Delta State quarterback Tyler Sullivan and West Alabama defensive back Chris Davis have been named the Gulf South Conference Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week for games played in Week One of the…

Tigers battle back against Class 2A Union in 50-32 loss

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Mistakes put his Tigers in a big hole in its 50-32 loss to MHSAA Class 2A foe Union last week, but Noxapater High School head coach Casey Orr said what he liked most about…

Late defensive plays help Wildcats hold off Kemper County

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Despite being pushed around most of the first half, when it came time for the Louisville High School to stand up in its 27-20 road win over Kemper County High School on Friday night,…