Red Hills Fest announces entertainment schedule

By Joseph McCain Winston County Journal

With beautiful weather hoped for and guaranteed entertainment planned, the 32nd Annual Red Hills Festival in downtown Louisville for Memorial Day weekend May 25 and May 26 promises to be a need to attend … Read more

Dianne Gregory

By: Allison Shanabrough

Get inspired by the stories of cancer survivors from Winston County because there are only five weeks left until Relay for Life. As the countdown continues, Dianne Gregory is this week’s featured cancer survivor. Similar to last … Read more

Library planning for summer after ‘Fancy Nancy Party’

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

The Winston County Library staff will be encouraging reading throughout the summer with a number of programs for young children and teens. The summer program’s registration will begin May 18. The children’s program … Read more

Homecoming meeting set

From press reports

A Winston County Homecoming planning meeting is set for Thursday, May 3 in City Hall at 5:30 p.m.. The annual Homecoming event will be held on Saturday, May 26 in conjunction with Red Hills Festival. The group … Read more

WCEDD provides a ‘Salute to Success’

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal

They are the top 5 percent and they were recently recognized for their academic efforts. The Honor Students from all five schools in the county were recently honored with a Salute to Success … Read more

Students succeed highlight for Sutphin

Of all the accomplishments during Dr. Phil A. Sutphin’s 12-year tenure as East Central Community College’s seventh president, his fondest memory is a simple one: watching students graduate. “Whether it is a Commencement in May, a GED Graduation Ceremony or … Read more

Calendar of Events

Meeting about classes to be offered set for May 3 MSU College of Education is planning to offer graduate classes starting this summer at Eiland Middle School for teachers who are interested in working on their master’s or specialist’s degree. … Read more

Local physical therapist is contributing author

From press reports

Wade Baskin, a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Executive Director at GT Physical Therapy in Louisville, is published for the second time in a medical text book. Now in it’s fifth and fully updated edition, Cardiovascular and … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –May 3, 1912 NOXAPATER: The ladies of the Baptist church will sell their recently made quilt for the benefit of their church on the evening of May 10th, at the home of Dr. T. F. Kilpatrick. – … Read more

It’s Elementary by Jennifer Palmer

The Fair Elementary PTO met on April 17th. Mr. Goldbeck’s Melody Makers performed. Wanda Smith, PTO president, spoke to the group about childhood behavioral disorders. Mrs. Smith works with Brentwood Behavioral Healthcare. Fair Elementary’s Community Blood Drive was held on … Read more