James Ashley and William Smith are excited to announce the winner of the Customer Appreciation Car Giveaway. … Read more
Submitted by Elmetra Patterson
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) 3 Carmen E. Cole a native of Milwaukee Wisconsin, with roots in Louisville, MS, began her military career enlisting in the Marine Corps in November 1980. She completed recruit training at Marine … Read more
From staff, press reports
For many Mississippians, this is the time of the year to venture outside to explore.
This is a perfect time of year to hit the trail and find the beauty of Legion State Park according to … Read more
Winston Academy students who competed in the District spelling bee were:… Read more
ECCC tennis teams dropped a pair of decisions to Itawamba Community College Tuesday, March 17, at Gaddis Park in Forest.
The Lady Warriors fell 8-1 to the visiting Lady Indians and the Warriors lost 9-0.
In women’s competition, results were … Read more
Lilly is a spayed lab mix, and she is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. Her adoption fee is $20.00. To see pictures of the animals available for adoption, please find us on Facebook. … Read more
Robert Taylor joins Renasant Community Board
Robert Taylor recently joined Renasant Bank’s Louisville/Winston County Community Board. Davis is the President of Sudden Service, Inc., Taylor Power Systems, Inc. and Taylor Leasing Corporation. Davis attended Mississippi State University, graduating with a … Read more
From press reports
This week, the Winston County Library joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a time to highlight the changing role of libraries, librarians and library workers.
Libraries today are more than … Read more
On March 21, Starkville Southern Storm Cheer Junior Level 2 Team won first place in their division at the Deep South Cheer Gulf Coast Classic in Mobile, AL. The team is coached by Kaitlyn Day. … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal
Jamarlo Smith and Peyton Jones are two entirely different type football players but when it came time to decide where they would play junior college football Nanih Waiya head football coach Tate Hanna said … Read more