Category: News

EMCC reschedules baseball senior showcase

From school reports   SCOOBA – East Mississippi Community College has rescheduled its baseball senior showcase for Sunday on the Scooba campus.  Postponed from an earlier rainout, EMCC’s rescheduled tryout session for unsigned seniors will begin at 3 p.m. at…

Calendar of Events

Class of 1962 to have reunion The Class of 1962 is making preparation for a class reunion September 1, 2, and 3. If you graduated in 1962 and have not received a letter, please call 662-773-7383 for additional information. Homecoming…

ECCC Wall O’ Sound Band announces 2017-18 Color Guard, Centralettes

East Central Community College in Decatur has announced new members of auxiliary units for the 2017-18 Wall O’ Sound Marching Band, including the Color Guard and the Centralettes dance line. Members of the 2017-18 Color Guard and their respective high…

Four locals named State Games baseball all-stars

A trio of players from Nanih Waiya’s state championship baseball team and another from Winston Academy have been chosen as all-stars in the State Games of Mississippi baseball competition. Roper Ball, Bryce Stanton and Dalton Luke of Nanih Waiya and…

Jail Docket 04-23 to 05-05

NAME  Date of Birth  Arrest Date   Arresting Entity   Charges Warren, Taylor G DOB: 7/15/1988 4/21/2017 9:30 PM Winston County Sheriff Dept.; Contempt of Court (Justice Court), Driving under the suspension, Careless Driving, No Insurance, CS- Poss of Controlled Substance  …

Noxapater’s Pierce signs with Holmes CC

By Robbie Robertson Winston County Journal   There has never been a question about R.J. Pierce’s arm at Noxapater. And after his senior year, there should never be a question about his toughness. Pierce injured his right knee during football…

Taylor Machine Works celebrates 90 years of success

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal   Taylor Machine Works is celebrating nine decades of operations in the machine building industry. Today, family owned Taylor Machine Works has a global presence, operating 130 locations across North America with over…

Mayor’s Youth Council at work

The about 15-member City of Louisville Youth Council has completed another successful year. Initiated by Louisville Mayor Will Hill in 2012, the 2016-2017 council had a variety of accomplishments. The City of Louisville Mayor’s Youth Council was created for youth…

4-H Club visits

Mrs. Helen Black hosted the Future Generations 4H Club in the Culinary Arts classroom at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center  (WLCTC) Tuesday evening.  Sandra Jackson, MSU Extension 4H Program Coordinator and Jean Harper, WCSH Youth director brought several young…