Coaching changes announced at ECCC

Several coaching changes were approved at East Central Community College in Decatur following the June 12 meeting of the College’s Board of Trustees, announced ECCC President Dr. Phil A. Sutphin.

Scott Hill, who has served as fast-pitch softball head coach … Read more

Unemployment rates on steady decline in county

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

With the unemployment rates decreasing in over two-thirds of the states in the U.S., the country in most areas is benefiting from an increase in hiring. Winston County is one of these areas.… Read more

Sales tax has positive effect on Winston economy

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

With all the news about the economy, it is rare to hear good news about it. Fortunately for the towns in Winston County, they have good news to report.

The Mississippi Department of … Read more

Celebrate Flag Day

submitted by Gwynn Hall Pilot Club of Louisville

June 14 is Flag Day. It is a day for all Americans to celebrate and show respect for our American flag. Our flag is representative of our independence and our unity as … Read more

Pilot Club busy in April and May

Submitted by, Tara Woodward

The Pilot Club of Louisville held their May meeting at the home of Mrs. Darlene Bane.

Beverly Wilkes, Pilot International President gave a presentation and talked about her recent trips to Japan and Singapore. President- Elect … Read more

Mississippi Granite Works cuts ribbon

From staff and press reports

Mississippi Granite Works welcomed visitors to its production facility recently.

Russ Nowell and partner Darrell Duty hosted a ribbon cutting on the facility and outlined the plans for making Mississippi Granite Works a successful Winston … Read more

Tennis For Life Camp to begin next month

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

With the summer brings another year of the Tennis For Life Camp to the Winston County area.

The 2012 Tennis For Life Camp will be held from July 9-13 at the Ivy Park … Read more

Traspin’ Round by Lynne Cunningham

Traveling to Paris is a little like going to Pigeon Forge. You pack your bags for climate changes and unforeseen emergency needs, like band aids and aspirin. Of course, getting to Paris, France involves buying an airline ticket or booking … Read more

Supervisors approve Teeters roof repair plan

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

The Winston County Board of Supervisors welcomed back supervisor Larry Duran who has been battling health issues.

Supervisor Mike Peterson presided over the meeting at the insistence of Duran.

The board dove into … Read more