Category: News

Winston County-wide cleanup set for April 10-11

From staff reports

The Winston County Chamber of Commerce along with the city and county officials are encouraging everyone in Winston County to play a role in the annual “Great American Cleanup.”

This is a nationwide event that allows volunteers … Read more

HOSA State Leadership Conference is a successful event for local teens

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HOSA students at Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center recently attended the Mississippi Health Occupations Students of America State Leadership Conference held at the Marriott Hotel in Jackson, MS March 18-20, 2015.   The student organization provides a unique program of leadership … Read more

Library kicks off National Library Week with luncheon

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From press & staff reports

This year’s National Library Week will be observed April 12-18, 2015 with the theme, “Unlimited possibilities @ your library.”

The Winston County Library kicked off its library week with a luncheon for local officials, Friends … Read more

Public servants retiring

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Recently, a reception was held to honor the 15 members of the House and the five members of the Senate who are retiring after this Session. Rep. Cecil Brown calculated that the retiring members served a total of 321 years—277 … Read more

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The State Senate on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, commended the public s… Read more

Easter visitor

Celebrating with ‘Sherri’ the bunny @ The Tot Spot next to Nanih Waiya School.… Read more

Ceramics Exhibit at library

This is exhibit for April at the Winston County Library.  It is a ceramics exhibit by Louisville native Liz Gold (pictured here). Her ceramics depict four different types of firing: pit fired, wood fired, high fired and raku.  Liz graduated … Read more

TAG time

Mrs. Manning’s 2nd and 3rd grade TAG students at Noxapater Elementary have recently participated in the Destination Imagination program in Jackson, MS. They had to complete instant challenge activities and perform a skit based on animal research. They received high … Read more

Capitol visitors

The 4th grade class from Winston Academy visited the Capitol on Wednesday, March 18, 2015, at the invitation of Senate President Pro Tempore Giles Ward, and got a feel for what public service entailed.
Accompanying the parents were, (left), Mrs. Kay Ward and teachers Linda Taylor and (right), Carrie McCool.

Fourth Graders from Linda Taylor’s class at Winston Academy pictured with Rep. Joey Hood … Read more