Category: News

ECCC Squads post wins over MCC in division opener

MERIDIAN – Success on the hardwood continues for East Central Community College basketball squads following MACJC South Division victories over Meridian Community College Thursday, Dec. 4 in Graham Coliseum.

The Lady Warriors had little trouble with the Lady Eagles, as … Read more

It’s Elementary – 12/10/14

Jennie Caperton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.

Children and teachers from Fair will be going to the movies on Monday, December 15th. Parents, please send $6.00 to the school by the … Read more

Nanih Waiya boys win first basketball game of season

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

One day of practice worked just fine for the Nanih Waiya boys basketball team, as a large portion of the team made the move from the football field to the hardwood in time to … Read more

What, When and Feelings Marriage

By Dave Yauk

The setting was serene! The sky was a brilliant blue, the mountains of Colorado towered out over the plains, and the light air coming off the Rocky Mountains was brisk and comfortable as my wife and I … Read more

Memories of our County – 12/10/14

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Anticipation
I remember the days prior to Christmas.  They were filled with wonder and great anticipation for what Santa would bring. In the early years, times were so hard … Read more

Six high school football champions crowned in Starkville over weekend

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

STARKVILLE — The first MHSAA State football championship games played somewhere other than Jackson in decades were an overwhelming success both in attendance and results.

There were three tight games, a pair of repeat … Read more

Editorials from Around the State – 12/10/14

Bryant, Obama alike in one way

Here’s a good essay question for a Mississippi civics class, as well as for members of the Mississippi Legislature. What do Phil Bryant and Barack Obama have in common?

The quick answer would be … Read more

Realignment moves LHS Wildcats

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

The Louisville High School Wildcats may be moving up a classification to 4A next year, but veteran head football coach M.C. Miller says it’s nothing to be worried about.

“There is no reason … Read more

Healing and Restoration Workshop Dec 11

December is “Winston Strong” and “Healing and Restoration” month at the Family Center. Mr. Mike Dowd will inform us about recovery efforts. Mrs. Stacey Parvin will give inspirational strategies about coping with life after the storm. … Read more

Obituaries – 12/10/14

Mr. Charles S. “Bob” Martin
November 30, 2014
Funeral services for Mr. Charles S. “Bob” Martin, 85, were held at Weir Baptist Church in Weir on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at 2 p.m. Jared Busby and Mark Mayo officiated. Burial … Read more