News

Boys & Girls Summer Camp begins

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

The Winston County Boys & Girls Club began their Summer Camp Program this past Monday in their new location on Warner Ave, formerly the Alternative School.

This year’s program would be one of … Read more

Relay for Life this Friday night

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

Relay for Life is Friday, June 8 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. and organizers encourage everyone to come out, walk, and support the fight against cancer.

“I hope everyone comes out this … Read more

Matthews—47 years of teaching honored

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

The Louisville Municipal School District said farewell the other day to one of their most loved and dedicated teachers on their staff, Mrs. Annie Pearl Matthews.

Peers and friends of Matthews honored her … Read more

Traipsin’ round town by lynne cunningham

The Red Hills Festival embarked on our shores with high expectations and rich rewards. The art exhibit originated with the foundation of the Red Hills Art Association and has been the cornerstone in the Red Hills Festival from the start.… Read more

The Town Spoon by Katie Watson

Last Friday was the 75th celebration of a sweet holiday: National Donut Day. To commemorate the occasion, Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared the day “NYC Donut Day,” and the city enjoyed free donuts from a famed local establishment. The previous day, … Read more

November election ballot holds few surprises

The Winston County Ballots for the November 6 election will include five election commissioner posts yet none of those seeking the election commissioners posts in the county will face any opposition.

District 1 will have Shawn Butts running but without … Read more

Head Start graduates early starter program

From press reports

The Winston County Early Head Start held Graduation Exercises for seven students. They were Bryce Stricklin, Ashanti Thompson, Kylan Macon, Jackson Ford, Kennedy Hayes, Hayden Moore and Kaleb White. This was the first graduation, but it will … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – June 7, 1912 NOXAPATER: Misses Josie Worthy and Otis Kilpatrick, students of Blue Mountain College, came home this week to spend their vacation. – Miss Willie Atkinson of Louisville spent Sunday here, guest of Miss Ora … Read more