Category: News

Rotary Club busy in community

From staff reports The Rotary Club of Louisville meets each week at Lake Tiak O’Khata at noon and enjoy a time of fellowship and learning. Each week Louisville Rotarians host and enjoy outstanding programs that are informative and interesting. The…

Winston County Branch NAACP elected Delegates 106th Annual National Convention

The Winston County Branch NAACP held its regular monthly meeting at Center Ridge MB Baptist Church on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 with Charles Hampton presiding. Delegates were elected to attend the 106th Annual National Convention, July 11-15, 2015, Philadelphia, PA.…

A day for dad: The roots of Father’s Day

By Tresa Erickson Picture it. It’s the early 1900s, and while listening to a Mother’s Day sermon, a young woman begins to reflect on her life. She had lost her mother in her teens and was raised by her father.…

Awards FES

The Fair Elementary Special Education Class recently held an Achievement Celebration.  The teachers of this class are Miss Kay Dempsey, Mrs. Esther Coleman, and Mrs. Michele Freeman.

Ndiaye heads Outreach Center in Kosciusko

The Imani Community Outreach Center, 207 Poplar Street in Kosciusko, is a non-profit and minority owned business headed by Allie Ndiaye. The business provides varied services including home health care, medication administration, homemaking, respite care and mental health services.

Letters to the Editor – 06/17/15

Concerned over Road Maintenance This photo was taken last Saturday at the Farmers Market behind the old firehouse in Noxapater. Mayor Sammy Carter said Mr. Duran had promised to fix the holes in the parking lot. Well he put sand…

Local among Outstanding students

Outstanding Voc-Tech Students Honored Mississippi Construction Education Foundation (MCEF) and the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) recently honored the 23 outstanding students enrolled in the “School to Work” construction and manufacturing courses in the 18 high schools in Mississippi. These…

Louisville resident arrested for medicaid fraud

A Louisville woman is facing charges for filing false claims to her former employer, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Labeatris Estes, 31, was arrested June 9 by the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office Medicaid Fraud Control Unit following her recent…

Floyd Miller announces his candidacy for District 4 Supervisor

From staff reports Floyd is the son of Charlie Miller and the late Mattie Ruth (Big Sister) Coleman. He is the grandson of the late Mable (Sweetie) miller and the late Plumer and Minnie Miller. Floyd was born and raised in Winston…

News of the Past – 06/17/15

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal. 100 Years Ago – June 18, 1915 LOUISVILLE: John Jacks, one of the expert gardeners of our town, brought in…