News

Habitat for Humanity holds fundraiser

From staff and press reports

The Winston County Habitat for Humanity held a musical fundraiser Friday, Nov. 2.

The Red Hills Strings entertained a small but enthusiastic crowd for the event while raising much needed funds for the Winston County … Read more

Calendar of Events

Winston Academy Veterans Day Program Nov. 9 Winston Academy is having its annual Veterans Day Program. The Guest Speaker is Major Ringer from the Columbus Air Force Base. The program starts at 9:00 A.M. on Nov.9. All veterans are invited … Read more

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

We are off to a great start with our Box Tops! I have already submitted our first bundle of Box Tops. We submitted around 6,000 box tops for the first submission! Once the company receives our Box Tops, our school … Read more

Remembering those who have served

From press reports Many Winston County men and women served during and just after WWII in the uniformed services of the United States.

Most are well known as the Army, Army Air Corp (later to become the Air Force) marines, … Read more

Health Science students learn first hand skills

From staff reports

Health Science Technology students had several educational visits while learning about career pathways for emergency medical personnel.

Health Science Technology students recently learned about the various career opportunities as they visited Winston Medical Center and East Central … Read more

LES hosts Annual Reading Fair

Louisville Elementary School hosted the first round of the annual Reading Fair Wednesday, October 25, 2012. Approximately 100 students prepared storyboards portraying the selected books. Students at Louisville Elementary could compete in one of the five divisions offered by the … Read more

Constitution celebrated locally with NW DAR

From staff reports

All area schools recognized the importance of the Constitution and Constitution Week during is Sept.17-23 with school leaders signing a proclamation.

The Nanih Waiya Chapter, DAR, helped arrange the signings and promoting the Constitution.

Constitution Week’s goals … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – November 8, 1912 NOXAPATER: Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mitchell moved into their handsome new home in south town Tuesday. – Misses Carrie and Ruby Watkins of Mashulaville were guests of their sister, Mrs. F. M. Glenn, … Read more

Let’s Be Neighbors by Carolyn Mills

West Louisville Methodist Charge held a joint Halloween party at Pleasant Hill UMC on 4th Sunday night with hot dogs, hamburgers/ trimmings, chip and dips, homemade chilli and desserts served before games and a hayride.

It was for adults as … Read more