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Pet of week – 03/25/2015

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Lilly is a spayed lab mix, and she is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. Her adoption fee is $20.00. To see pictures of the animals available for adoption, please find us on Facebook. … Read more

Business Notes

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Robert Taylor joins Renasant Community Board
Robert Taylor recently joined Renasant Bank’s Louisville/Winston County Community Board. Davis is the President of Sudden Service, Inc., Taylor Power Systems, Inc. and Taylor Leasing Corporation. Davis attended Mississippi State University, graduating with a … Read more

Cheer for 1st

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On March 21, Starkville Southern Storm Cheer Junior Level 2 Team won first place in their division at the Deep South Cheer Gulf Coast Classic in Mobile, AL.  The team is coached by Kaitlyn Day. … Read more

NW’s Smith, Jones ready to play JuCo football

Jones and Smith with the NW Coaches.

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Jamarlo Smith and Peyton Jones are two entirely different type football players but when it came time to decide where they would play junior college football Nanih Waiya head football coach Tate Hanna said … Read more

State winners

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Pictured from Left to right Brady Griffith, Drew Fulcher and Christian Fulcher 1st place Welding Fabrication Joshua Watkins 1st place Sheet Metal, Marika Riddle 2nd Place CNC turning and Cody Reed 3rd place CNC milling.… Read more

‘Putting our children first’

Featured entertainment performed during the Louisville/Winston County Excel By 5 Town Hall meeting held on March 23. Performing during the meeting were the Melody Makers of Fair Elementary School, who were directed by Choral Instructor Mark Goldbeck. Also performing were students from the Winston County Complex/Head Start, with instruction from WCC/Head Start Director Irene Smith.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

“Putting children first.”

This was the theme of the Louisville/Winston County Excel By 5 Community Coalition Town Hall meeting held on March 23 at the Louisville Elementary School Auditorium. The purpose of this … Read more

ECCC Collegians to present Spring concert April 13

East Central Community College’s rock-n-roll band, “The Collegians,” will present its annual spring campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, April 13, in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus.  The popular group will perform hits by Bruno Mars, Scorpions, Ed Sheeran, Meghan Trainor, Kelly Clarkson and many more. There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend.  Pictured are (kneeling, from left) technician Acea Ange of Meridian; vocalists Garrett McDill of Conehatta, Ryan Godwin of Newton and Nick Stewart of Philadelphia; and technicians Justin Moore of Kosciusko and Michael Buntyn of Newton; (second row, from left) technicians Patrick Embrey of Hickory, Hannah Mitchell of Meridian, and Jeremy Collins of Forest; auxiliary percussionist Matt Mason of Union; vocalists Tallie Johnston of Lake, Cara Jackson of Louisville and Anna Wells of Noxapater; keyboardist Anna Girling of Carthage; director/guitarist Chas Evans and technicians Ben Avera of Hickory and Ryan McClendon of Forest; and (top row, from left) trombonist Evan Derrick of Morton, saxophonist Zach Peden of Philadelphia, drummer Chris Kelley of Newton, trumpeter Nina LaBue of Conehatta, guitarist Stephen Stewart of Decatur, trumpeter Daniela Vargas of Morton, bass guitarist Houston Martin of Union and technician Ryan Packer of Decatur. (EC Photo)

East Central Community College’s rock-n-roll band, “The Collegians,” will present its annual spring campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, April 13, in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus.

The popular group will perform hits by Bruno Mars, Scorpions, Ed Sheeran, … Read more