Category: News

Team meeting brings unexpected result for assistant coach

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

It only made sense to Kylie Ming.

After all, he is the head coach of the Louisville High School fast-pitch softball team and Katie Beth Dahlen is his assistant, so why not choose a … Read more

Memories of our County – 04/01/2015

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Commodities
The word, “Commodities” held a stigma for us back in the day. I looked it up in Mr. Webster’s dictionary and found that it means, “Anything bought or … Read more

Patriots split pair with district rival Tri-County Academy

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Winston Academy baseball team used a 14-7 win over homestanding Tri-County Academy on Thursday and a 14-3 road win over Oak Hill on Monday to improve to 6-4 on the season.

The Patriots … Read more

Lady Warriors even record at 5-5 with win over Noxapater

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Nanih Waiya High School fast-pitch softball team pounded out a 13-0 road win over rival Noxapater on Monday to improve its season mark to 5-5 on the year.

Last Friday the Lady Warriors … Read more

Let’s Be Neighbors – 04/01/2015

Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.

Winston Garden Club held their March meeting in the quilt room at Lake Tiak O’Khata with Brenda Hunt and Joyce Johnson, hostesses. Since it was St. Patrick’s Day they decorated the … Read more

News of the Past – 04/01/2015

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.

100 Years Ago – April 2, 1915

LOUISVILLE: Mrs. Whitson, who has been suffering from something like muscular rheumatism … Read more

Thirteen file for 1st District special election

From Press & Staff Reports

Thirteen people have qualified to run for the open congressional seat in Mississippi’s 1st District, which includes Webster County. One of them is a Eupora resident.

Although candidates run without party labels in special elections, … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 04/01/2015

Rambling with Arlene

Praise the Lord everyone. I pray everyone is well and that God’s blessings are flowing around you and through you, sending out a light for everyone to see.  It’s amazing how quickly our attitudes change when things … Read more

House works through to deadlines

Submitted by Rep. Joey Hood.

This week, conference members were assigned to bills which the Senate and House members did not agree or “concur” with changes that the other chamber made to a bill. Conferees from the House and Senate … Read more

MDOT advises candidates on proper placement of political signage

During election season they sprout up like wildflowers, but one candidate’s political sign is just more roadway litter for the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT). Unlike wildflowers that are welcome anywhere, putting campaign signs on public land is illegal and … Read more