Category: News

Citizens to head back to the polls Aug. 25

From staff reports Voters in Winston County will return to the polls Tuesday, August 25 with races on the ballot in the Democratic and Republican primaries. Democratic choices: Democratic voters will have several offices to help elect which include:

Eagles look to improve as season moves along

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress TImes It’s a work in progress. That’s the way first-year Eupora High School head football coach Stephen Edwards and his coaching staff are looking at the 2015 season. “I think we are about where we…

Tigers hoping to get 2015 season off to strong start

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Second-year head football coach Casey Orr said nothing is going on with the Noxapater football program that playing hard and a little success wouldn’t cure. The Tigers found half of that equation last Friday…

High expectations abound for East Webster Wolverines

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times Everywhere they have looked since practice began on Aug. 3, the Wolverines of East Webster High School have found a target. “I have been putting targets everywhere,” said EW head coach Doug Wilson. “It’s…

MSU football focuses on two-a-day practices

http://www.hailstate.com Mississippi State football completed its second two-a-day practices of preseason camp on Monday at “The Farm” off campus. A heat index soaring near and at times above 100 degrees greeted the squad at both practices, but head coach Dan…

First-year head coach excited about opportunity at Nanih Waiya

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Ryan Keeton was looking for just the right opportunity to become a head football coach. He found what he was looking for when the job at Nanih Waiya High School came open. “It’s a…

Chargers plan to spread around offensive wealth in 2015

By Austin Bishop Choctaw Plaindealer The Chargers of Choctaw County High School lost 16 seniors, including all-everything offensive machine Ja’Marcus Bradley off last year’s team, but veteran CCHS head football coach Adam Dillinger says his team will still have plenty…

Sullivan, York shine in Sunday scrimmage for Statesmen

The Delta State University football team scrimmaged for the first time this fall for more than an hour Sunday, Aug. 16 at Parker Field-McCool Stadium. Coach Todd Cooley and his staff engineered the 115-play scrimmage in near-record time in front…

Acting Governor

While serving as Acting Governor of Mississippi, Senate President Pro-Tempore Giles Ward signed a Gubernatorial Proclamation honoring The Reed Brothers of Louisville for recently being chosen the ICGMA Group of the Year.

JA help

The Junior Auxiliary of Louisville recently held their Annual School Supply Drive July 30, 2015. The donations made to the drive will be distributed among the schools of Winston County.  We would like to say