Category: News

5-2 Noxapater set to host McAdams Friday night at 7

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Tigers of Noxapater High School have one more task to attend to before facing French Camp Academy and Nanih Waiya High School in key back-to-back Region 3-1A contests. Noxapater easily dispatched Montgomery County…

Wildcats battle to take Region 4-2A opener over Leake Central

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Louisville beat Leake Central 22-9 on Friday night to win its Region 4-2A opener, but LHS head coach M.C. Miller says his team is going to have to play much better if it hopes…

Pet of the week – 10/07/15

Hailey is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. She is a spayed lab mix. Her adoption fee is $20.00. Hours are 8am-4pm Mon-Fri. To adopt on weekends, please call 662-705-0398.

Book gift

Two third grade students, Kyla Cole and Ja’Lavian Hunt, students at Louisville Elementary School

Warriors host French Camp in crucial Region 3-1A game Friday

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The preliminaries are over. Nanih Waiya outscored its first four Region 3-1A opponents a combined 218-58 and head into Friday night’s crucial home league showdown against French Camp Academy with a 4-0 mark in…

Award winner

On Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, Mary Margaret Smith of Kemper County received the United Way of East Mississippi’s 2015 Judith Coursey Crowson Women’s Leadership Award.

History work

Mrs. Taylor’s fourth grade history class has been studying about the first Americans. Each year students enjoy constructing different types of Indian dwellings.

Winston County Master Gardner’s Yard of the Month recognized

Congratulations to Clara and Hunter Hudson for earning the ‘Yard of the Month’ award for October. This well-deserving couple has worked on their property for 26 years. Their home is within walking distance of downtown Louisville, yet if you go…

Winston Guards hold monthly meeting

From press reports The Winston Guards 2643 UDC chapter began their 2015-2016 year at Lake Tiak O’Khata on September 7, 2015. President Frances Woodruff opened the meeting by dedicating the annual yearbook to charter member Earline Stewart.

REPM receive info regarding ad valorem taxes

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Retired Educational Personnel of Mississippi in Winston County held its October meeting on October 1, 2015 in Louisville City Hall at 1:00 PM. This meeting featured two speakers for the day. The…