Louisville Wildcats drop a pair of games

By Robbie Robertson The Winston County Journal The Louisville Wildcats lost two games this past week, dropping a pair of run-rule decisions in an 18-8 to Neshoba Central and a 17-3 loss to Choctaw County. The Wildcats were scheduled to…

Jail Docket

Alonzo Cooper, BM, 09/02/1984; No Driver License, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct- failure to comply with police officer on 02/25/2017, Officer Joel Triplett, Winston County Sheriff Dept. Terry J. Carter, WM, 05/25/1963; Family disturbance, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct on…

Fulcher earns Student of the Month honors from MCEF

From press reports Drew Fulcher, a welding student at Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center, is being honored by the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation as student of the month for the state’s north central region. Boasting strong academic and attendance records,…

MDCPS Commissioner is OMWC luncheon speaker

Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services Commissioner David A. Chandler presented members of the Official Mississippi Women’s Club with an update of the child welfare agency’s progress and challenges faced during its initial year of operation. The Official Mississippi Women’s…

Rep. Hood gives update as bills die

The deadline for House committees to pass Senate bills occurred Tuesday. Any Senate bills that did not make it out of these committees died. Throughout the rest of the week, the House met to discuss Senate bills as a whole.…