Category: News

Supervisors receive library report; discuss hospital plans

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The meeting began with 1st District Congressional Candidate Quinton Whitwell introducing himself to the supervisors and all in attendance.

Whitwell began by stating how important the Board of Supervisors is to the function … Read more

City currently recruiting for retail business

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The City of Louisville is making steps to secure its economic future as it looks to bring more retail business to the area.

To assist with making these steps is The Retail Coach. … Read more

Chamber Banquet set for April 28

From staff reports

The Winston County Area Chamber of Commerce annual banquet is set for Tuesday, April 28 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. The 58th Annual Banquet will begin at 7 p.m.

This year unlike the previous 57 years will have … Read more

DARE preview

DARE photo

The Louisville Police Department recently held its DARE graduation for the schools in the county. … Read more

Relay for Life set for Friday April 24

From press reports

Winston County’s Relay for Life will be held this Friday night, April 24 beginning at 5:30 p.m. This year’s theme “Celebration of Hope” will host over 14 teams who will be participating.

Teams will be decorating their … Read more

Winston Plywood announces hiring process

From press & staff reports

As city and county officials prepare for the upcoming construction of the plywood project, many residents have questions on how they can acquire employment once it is completed.

To assist those who are inquiring, Winston … Read more

Memorial dedication and unveiling ceremony set for April 28

From staff reports

A memorial dedication and unveiling ceremony will be held April 28 at 4 p.m. on the one-year anniversary of the EF-4 tornado that destroyed hundreds of homes and claimed 10 lives.

The ceremony is set for the … Read more

January 2015 Meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Joan Agent speaks to the DAR Club.


The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the DAR met Thursday, January 22, 2015 at Market Café. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. Alice Wooten and Mrs. Laura Brown. The hostesses had center pieces on the tables with historic pictures of … Read more

REPM meet

Noxapater Attendance Center Principal Thomas Brooks and Superintendent Ken McMullan

The Winston County Retired Education Personnel met on April 2 at Noxapater Attendance Center. Under the direction of Joe Wylie, students from Noxapater Attendance Center presented a program to the REPM detailing new happenings at the school.

Former Noxapater personnel … Read more