News

Tigers in search of big region win

Noxapater offense moving down field in an earlier game in the season.

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

First-year Noxapater head football coach Casey Orr is very aware of the position his team’s loss to French Camp in the Region 3-1A opener four weeks ago put the Tigers in. But he … Read more

Winston Academy Patriots fall to Rebels 33-6

WA huddles up.

By Wendell Womack

The first play of the Winston-Leake game last Friday night at Patriot Field saw the Patriots receive an early break, when Leake fumbled the opening kickoff.

Winston’s Peyton Allen quickly recovered it to put his Patriots in … Read more

LHS Homecoming upcoming

Seated: Senior Maid-Alexis Harris, Lady in Waiting-Faith Yarbrough, Queen-Diamond Love, Lady in Waiting-LaBrisha Clark, Senior Maid-Meghin SmithStanding: Freshman Maid-Brittany Windham, Freshman Maid-Shidae Smith, Sophomore Maid-Monifah Haynes, Sophomore Maid-Diamond Wraggs, Junior Maid-Aaliyah Haynes, Junior Maid-Skylar Adams.

Louisville High School is proud to announce the 2014 Homecoming Court. The Court will be presented during half time of the Louisville vs South Pontotoc game  on October 10, 2014.… Read more

Officer with local ties takes command

pictured in this photo are Back Row: Claire, Angela, Lt. Col. Joel DeBoer, Katheryn
Front Row: Ellen, Luke.

From press reports

An Air Force officer with local ties recently took command of the 560th Flying Squadron.

Lieutenant Colonel Joel “Mojo” DeBoer in a recent ceremony received the guidon and command of the 560th Flying Squadron.… Read more

HC plans at ECCC

Seated from left are Bruce Lee of Louisville, Winston County representative; Ann Hunter Burkes of Decatur, Newton County representative; Dr. Teresa Houston, vice president for instruction; Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, executive director for foundation and alumni relations; Dow Thomas of Louisville, Association president; and Matt Alford of Forest, Scott County representative. Standing from left are Paul Chamblee and Pete Lucovich, both of Carthage, Leake County representatives; Bill Freeman of Forest, Scott County representative; Harvey Trapp of Decatur, Newton County representative; Dr. Billy Stewart, ECCC President; and Dr. Bob Tom Johnson of Forest, Association past president. For more information on Homecoming 2014, contact Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, at 601-635-6327 or call toll free, 877-462-3222, ext. 327. Her email address is sholling@eccc.edu. (EC Photo)

Finalizing ECCC Homecoming Plans

Making final preparations for East Central Community College’s Homecoming scheduled Saturday, October 11, 2014, are the above Alumni Association officers and Board of Directors.… Read more

Memories of our County – 10/8/2014

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

Rambling Wagons

The story I am writing about this week was given to me by John (Tuck) Wilkes. He told me the story a few years ago. I told … Read more