Local shopping can be less stressfull

From the Winston County Economic Development Partnership and Chamber of Commerce

Retail Therapy is a real thing. Well, maybe not as defined by the American Psychiatric Association, but “retail therapy” has been shown to help people in many case studies.… Read more

Lady Wildcats counting on youth on diamond this year

By Ryan Satcher
Winston County Journal

The Louisville Lady Wildcats will rely on young fast-pitch softball talent this season under first-year head coach Kylie Ming. The Lady Wildcats don’t have a senior on the squad.

“I think our youth is … Read more

Christopher Walker graduates from Samford University

– Christopher Lee Walker of Louisville, MS graduated from Samford University’s Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing during recent commencement exercises. Walker earned a Master of Science in Nursing degree.

Samford University is Alabama’s top-ranked private university and provides nationally-recognized … Read more

Poor weather hampers Winston Academy’s start

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Patriots of Winston Academy were hoping to get in a lot of work in the Benton Academy Tournament this week but the weather had other ideas.

Now the 0-2 Pats will return to … Read more

Memories of our County – 03/11/2015

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Turnip greens    
Dot called me the other day and said, “You want some turnip greens?” Now, I love turnip greens so I made the trip out to her house … Read more

Eichelberger Scholarship event to be held

The Earnest Eichelberger Scholarship event will be in full swing March 23 through 29 at the Louisville Coliseum on Ivy Avenue. Thirty-five carnival rides, games, and food will be there to entertain all ages.

All proceeds will go to support … Read more