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McCool receives

McCool Receives Wilks-Palmer Scholarship Katie McCool (left), a graduate of Winston Academy, is the recipient of the Wilks-Palmer Scholars Scholarship at East Central Community College in Decatur.

Helping others could solve a lot of issues

A wise, old black man walked into the Journal office a couple years back. He didn’t stay long, but what he had to say really stuck with me. I didn’t recognize him at first with his long beard and he…

Mayes Scholarship

Doster Receives Mayes Memorial Scholarship Hallie Doster (right), a graduate of Noxapater High School, is the recipient of the Thomas Rudolph Mayes Memorial Scholarship at East Central Community College. She is pictured with donor representative Jackie Etie during the annual

Ward scholarship

Johnson Receives Captain Charles E. Ward Scholarship Madison Johnson (center), a graduate of Nanih Waiya High School, is the recipient of the Captain Charles E. Ward USN/RET Memorial Scholarship at East Central Community College in Decatur. She is pictured with…

Womble gets scholarship

Womble Receives Hudspeth Scholarship Steven Womble (left), a graduate of Winston Academy, is the recipient of the Hudspeth Scholarship at East Central Community College in Decatur. He is pictured with Carolyn Huey, a member of the college’s Foundation Board of…

Supervisors scholarship winners

Receive Mississippi Association of Supervisors Scholarships Winston County residents (from left) Brantlie Sheets of Nanih Waiya, Colby Jones of Noxapater and Kiaa Haynes of Grace Christian School are the recipients of Mississippi Association of Supervisors Community College Scholarships at East…

Why stick by negative flag?  

By Tim Kalich Greenwood Commonwealth When your argument is weak, erect straw men. That’s what state Sen. Lydia Chassaniol and some other defenders of Mississippi’s state flag did last week when trying to diplomatically explain why they were not in…

Fundraiser

The Friends of the Library are having a DVD sale – each DVD is $1.00.  Great selection to choose from. 

DREAMS leaves legacy of learning

MSU Office of Public Affairs by Paige Watson The summer enrichment program named for a late Mississippi State University (MSU) alumni and longtime Louisville Municipal School District (LMSD) teacher is leaving a lasting legacy of learning in Winston county. In…