Category: News

Annual Fishing Derby set for April 22

Press reports   Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge annual youth fishing derby will be on April 22nd  this year from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. with registration opening at 7:30 a.m.   The Derby is sponsored by the U.S.…

City leaders working to build upon economic impact of tourism

From staff reports   With the state of Mississippi gaining positive impacts from tourism, the city leaders for Louisville have placed plans in place and gotten underway with several projects to improve local tourism and capture a larger portion of…

Republican women host Sen. Watson

Sumbitted   The Winston County Republican Women were honored to have Senator Michael Watson speak at their March 20th meeting.  His speech addressed the future of the Republican Party and the golden opportunity we have today to grow the Republican…

Airport gives flight to area economy

By  Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal   Louisville /Winston Airport Board President Mike Forster reported the airport is “flying high” with its recent improvements and the plans for the upcoming improvements at the airport. “We have really good news…

International children’s choir to perform in French Camp

Submitted by Mary Nell Coblentz His Little Feet International Children’s Choir is presenting at French Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, April 5 at 6 p.m. The choir presentation will be in church Sanctuary at 323 School Street in French Camp. The…

Calendar of Events

DARE Graduation to be held The DARE graduation will be held at 9 a.m., April 17 at the Louisville Elementary School. Ribbon cutting/ dedication April 28th at 10:00 for the Ribbon Cutting of the new hospital.   Get Checked, Be…

Winston Guard stay busy in March

Submitted The Winston Guards 2643 chapter of the United Daughters have had a busy March. On Monday March 6, member Susan Jones gave the program on Holt Collier an African-American who served in the Confederate Cavalry under General Nathan Bedford…

Patriots win 2 of 3, prep for district play

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal   Winston Academy won two of its three contests on the baseball diamond last week, earning an exciting victory last Thursday at Newton County Academy before splitting a pair of games Saturday at home.…

Warriors keep rolling on diamond

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya just keeps finding ways to win baseball games. Last week in the Rush Invitational Baseball Tournament in Meridian, the Warriors scored on a passed ball in the seventh inning to knock off…

Louisville Fortnightly Club holds February meeting

February 16 the Louisville Fortnightly Club held its monthly meeting at Lake Tiah O’Khata. Hostesses were the following: Mrs. John Garner, Mrs. Robert McLeod, Mrs. Lex Taylor, and Ms Belle Forster. The meeting was brought to order by President, Mrs.…