Fundraising fun

United Methodist Churches of the Louisville South Charge recently held a special benefit for Angela Gay, to help offset medical costs. Stew and soup were served. A silent auction with many items. … Read more

ECCC Collegians to present Fall Concert Nov. 17

Pictured are (kneeling, from left) technician Acea Ange of Meridian, vocalists Garrett McDill of Conehatta, Ryan Godwin of Newton and Nick Stewart of Philadelphia; and technicians Justin Moore of Kosciusko and Michael Buntyn of Newton; (second row, from left) technicians Patrick Embrey of Hickory, Hannah Mitchell of Meridian, and Jeremy Collins of Forest; auxiliary percussionist Matt Mason of Union, vocalists Tallie Johnston of Lake, Cara Jackson of Louisville and Anna Wells of Noxapater; keyboardist Anna Girling of Carthage, director/guitarist Chas Evans and technicians Ben Avera of Hickory and Ryan McClendon of Forest; and (top row, from left) trombonist Evan Derrick of Morton, saxophonist Zach Peden of Philadelphia, drummer Chris Kelley of Newton, trumpeter Nina LaBue of Conehatta, guitarist Stephen Stewart of Decatur, trumpeter Daniela Vargas of Morton, bass guitarist Houston Martin of Union and technician Ryan Packer of Decatur. (EC Photo)

East Central Community College’s rock-n-roll band, “The Collegians,” will present its annual fall campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, November 17 in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus.

The popular group will perform hits by Paramore, Carrie Underwood, … Read more

Noxapater Reading Fair

Nox Reading Fair Winners

2014 Noxapater Reading Fair Winners

Division B- Grade 1 Individual Fiction
1st Place- Rafe Manning
2nd Place- Blake Covington

Division D- Grade 3 Individual Fiction… Read more

Goss, Roberts help EMCC take state championship

Former Louisville High School standout Desmond Goss (16) hauls in a touchdown pass from Chad Kelly during EMCC's 54-15 win over Co-Lin on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Robertson)

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

WESSON — After giving up 480 yards of total offense and 54 eight touchdown, Copiah-Lincoln finally found a way to slow down East Mississippi Community College’s potent offense.

As the Lions gathered on the … Read more