Lady Warriors fall in South State finals

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal


The Lady Warriors of Nanih Waiya came up just three runs short of reaching the MHSAA Class 1A State Championship series, falling to Stringer 8-6 in the deciding third game of their … Read more

Winston DU fundraising banquet set for Nov. 14

From staff reports


The Winston County chapter of Ducks Unlimited will hold its Annual Fundraising Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 14, at Lake Tiak-Okhata.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and a dinner with all the trimmings, will be served. The … Read more

EMS Honor roll

1st 9wks Honor Roll List for Eiland Middle School

Special Distinction

Clinton Dooley

Amaya Glass

Nyshae Haynes

Alicia Hopkins

Kristian Hopkins

Holland Humphries

Bria Hunt

Tia Hunt

Ericka Jordan

Dejana Prince

Nicolas Triplett


Brianna Boyd

Nasir Brown

Marquitta Byrd… Read more

Calendar of Events

Haunted house Oct. 30 and 31

The Raven Rest Asylum. Highpoint Community (Northwest of Louisville) Visiting hours: 10/30 6 p.m. – 10 p.m., Halloween Night 10/31 6p.m.- 11p.m. $5 entry per person (victim)

North from Louisville on HWY 15 to … Read more

Rotary District Gov. makes local visit

From press reports


Rotary District Gov. Rob Smith and his wife were guests during the Oct. 23 Rotary Club of Louisville meeting.

Accomplishments and activities for the past year by the club were reviewed, and plans for the coming … Read more

News of the Past

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.


100 Years Ago – October 31, 1913

LOUISVILLE: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lucas harvested a fine girl from the … Read more

Author visits Winston Academy

From staff reports


Winston Academy received a special visit from Mississippi author Merle Temple who discussed his first book.

Temple is the author of “A Ghostly Shade of Pale” which is a gripping, crime novel based on actual events … Read more

Artwork by Louisville artists on display

Main Street Macon is please to present a group showing of artwork created by members of the Red Hills Art Association of Louisville Mississippi. The exhibit will hang in the gallery space of the Macon Welcome Center from November 9th Read more

2013 Louisville Wildcats looking to make history

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal



It’s not often that a football team gets to make history, especially which it’s part of a storied program such as the one at Louisville High School, but the 2013 Wildcats … Read more