News

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – May 24, 1912 Due to the deplorable freight situation on our railroad, we are compelled to issue a half size paper this week.

ROCKY HILL reports complaints of the recent cold weather killing the cotton. – … Read more

Click It or Ticket to boost seat belt use – Day and Night

Over the years, the Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization has saved thousands of lives with the help of law enforcement officers, highway safety officials and safety advocates across the country. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of other motorists … Read more

Pilot Club spotlights winner of pageant

The Pilot Club pageant was held Saturday, March 31, 2012 at the Louisville High School auditorium .

Proceeds from the pageant support local Pilot Projects. The Pilot Club of Louisville is a service organization that promotes awareness of brain related … Read more

CAPPS to host Summer Jam program

CAPPS is holding its third annual “Summer Jam” June 4-29, 8 A.M. – noon each day.

This program is being held at three sites in the County, Eiland Middle School, Nanih Waiya and Noxapater, and is free to LMSD students … Read more

Five County students receive Plum Creek Scholarships

Plum Creek has awarded $1,000 scholarships to five Winston County high school students. Plum Creek annually awards scholarships to exemplary high school seniors who plan to continue their education after graduation. The scholarships recognize students who demonstrate academic excellence, involvement … Read more

Summer salads, cakes and treats

I won’t be talking long this week, just giving you some really extraordinary recipes. The first is a recipe from one of my best friends called a Doritos Salad. It is a Mexican-lovers feast. The Nacho cheese Doritos and Catalina … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors

Friends of Legion State Park will meet in the Lodge on May 24th. A new flag pole will be put up on the north side of Lodge and a flag ceremony will be held on June 14th to which the … Read more

Honor rolls

Area residents make the Dean’s List at MUW The following Mississippi University for Women students were recognized on the Dean’s List for the spring 2012 semester. Kali Dempsey , a resident of Louisville, MS. Kayla Dewberry, a resident of Louisville, … Read more

back championships

Warriors battle for back-to-back championships
By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal
 
The Nanih Waiya Warriors found themselves in a familiar position when they faced off against Greenville St. Joseph for the Class 1A State Baseball Championship this past
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Nox student ready to ‘roll’ with diploma

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

All graduates use their determination, focus, and hard work to step onto the stage to get their diploma and one Noxapater senior had a unique set of challenges to overcome to gain his … Read more