Check it out at the Library

The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

John Sandford – Silken Prey

Carolyn Hart – Dead, White and Blue

Mary Jo Putney – Sometimes A Rogue

Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland – Ace Atkins

John Le … Read more

CAPPS Summer Jam 2013 planned

The CAPPS staff in collaboration with faculty and staff from Mississippi State University is planning for an exciting summer program for students in the Louisville Municipal School District. This year’s focus will be on Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science. Activities … Read more

Lions helping


The Lions Club recently located their Glasses/Cell Phone drop box outside the Winston County Library front door. You can donate all your old eye glasses, sunglasses and cell phones to the Lions Club and they will be given to various … Read more

Boys and Girls Club




The Winston County Boys and Girls Club held their “Last Day of School” cookout on May 22 for their members. The kids participated in kickball and football games while the B & G staff cooked hot dogs and hamburgers … Read more


Lillie Doris Aldridge Payton,

Columbus, MS

Lillie Doris Aldridge Payton, Age 84. Entered eternal rest on May 17, 2013. Funeral services will be held at St. James UMC, 722 Military Rd, Columbus on Sat, May 25 at 11AM. Visitation 9:30–11AM. … Read more

Wildcats have strong showing in spring game

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


The Louisville Wildcats piled up 502 yards of total offense and gave up just six points on the way to a strong outing in spring football action on Friday night.


The … Read more

Louisville’s Yarbrough advances to second round

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

Louisville High School tennis standout Javon Yarbrough picked up a three-set win to advance to the second round of the MHSAA Class 4A State Tennis Tournament at Parham Bridges Tennis Center in Jackson … Read more

Warriors head to Pearl looking for three-peat

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


This season has been a wild ride for the the Nanih Waiya baseball team, but the Warriors hope to close it out in style at Trustmark Park this week as they vie … Read more

Lady Warriors power way to state championship

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


Nanih Waiya traveled to Ridgeland last weekend looking for a softball tournament, but instead a gun show broke out. The big guns, that is.


The Lady Warriors hammered out 26 hits, … Read more