The Mid-South Little Britches Rodeo Association (MSLBRA) is a sanctioned chapter of the National Little Britches Rodeo Association (NLBRA), the oldest youth rodeo association in the country. The Mid-South Little Britches Rodeo Association is devoted to the promotion of junior … Read more
From press & staff reports
East Central Community College has provided Winston and its surrounding counties with opportunity and vision. Now, the institution is now being recognized for its significance on a national level.
East Central Community College President Dr. … Read more
By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal
The Louisville Board of Aldermen discussed the implementation of the E911 addressing system in the city as well as discussed its participation in the HOME grant program during its July 5 meeting held … Read more
Every day that Nancy M. Bearden of Louisville shows up for work at the Mississippi State University Extension Service office in Winston County, she adds to a 56-year record as the longest-serving employee of the 138-year-old land-grant institution.
“I have … Read more
From staff reports
One of the best things about Mississippi summers is the delicious food provided by fresh garden vegetables. To maintain that goodness, canning allows you to enjoy preserved vegetables year-round.
The Winston County Extension Office will offer residents … Read more
The Dean Park Commissioners meet the 4th month of each month unless otherwise advised. The meetings are held in Dean Park under the Pavilion, weather permitting. In case of in-climate weather the meeting will usually be held at the County … Read more
On Tuesday, June 28, during the Mississippi Municipal League Conference, the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Office of Tobacco Control (OTC) and Smokefree Mississppi were recognized as first in the nation for passing the most smoke-free air ordinances. The OTC … Read more
C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.
100 Years Ago – July 21, 1916
Louisville this week sent three boys to the army, or at least they … Read more