Category: News

Full Winston County Journal Electronic Version 10/28/15

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Service in a different way: Mississippi Chapter of the Battle of the Bulge awards scholarships

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal Six Mississippi students will have $1,000 in help with college expenses after receiving a newly created scholarship. Members and associate members of the Mississippi Chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the…

Group examines Winston County residents finances

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal With the economics of the country in their current situation, finances can be one of the most troubling items we as Americans have to consider on a daily basis. With bills to pay…

Preparations for annual Thanksgiving event underway

Abundant Life Outreach Ministry lending a helping hand to those in need From Aline Haynes Plans are in process for the Thanksgiving Luncheon to be held Thanksgiving Day at South Louisville Baptist Church Family Life Center. “As the volunteers and…

Election set for Nov. 3

From press and staff reports The Winston County Circuit Clerks Office is humming with business as they prepare for the 2015 General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 3. Statewide races that will be held on that day range…

Town & Country Garden Club holds monthly meeting

Submitted The Town & Country Garden Club met on October 15 at the Evergreen Garden Center. There were 13 members present. President Debbie Moody called the meeting to order. Mrs. Frances Pierce gave the inspiration entitled “Ivy in the Walls.”…

Garden clubs gather

The Louisville Garden Club, in conjunction with the Town & Country Garden Club of Louisville and Winston Garden Club hosted The Garden Clubs of Mississippi, Inc.

Remembering Little Miss Louisville 1940

Submitted by Lynne Cunningham In 1940 the Front-page news of the Journal was a contest for little tots and young ladies. Imagine the atmosphere of this era when the specter of Pearl Harbor and WWII was looming large before the

Book signing set for Nov. 7 at library

From press reports Professor “KC” Morrison,  Head of Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Mississippi State University, has realeased a new biography about one of tbe state’s most influential  Civil Rights Leaders. This book is dedicated to the…

Eiland Middle featured in fiction novel

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal Eiland Middle School is proud to announce its recent selection of having its school name used in a fictional novel. The name of the school was used in the fictional novel “Kid Owner,”…