In the Garden

Nanih Waiya resident Sam Patch has been displaying his “green thumb” when he brought enormous tomatoes he grew to the Winston County Journal office. Patch’s five tomatoes weigh an amazing three pounds each, and were grown in the Nanih Waiya…

Rural Medical scholar

Landis Llewelyn, third from left, of Louisville, received recognition from Rural Medical Scholars program directors Ann Sansing and Jasmine Harris-Speight and counselors Abby Matthews and Mitch Lang. LLewelyn was among 26 students enrolled in the five-week summer program at Mississippi…

Salute to the police

Police across the country are reporting a surge in support after the fatal shootings in Dallas. The Louisville Police Department received a beautiful bouquet  of flowers from an anonymous citizen. “In the midst of all that is going on in…

Correction

In the July 6, 2016 edition of The Winston County Journal the article “Aldermen continue saferoom payments and honor Mills retirement” incorrectly stated the location of the city of Louisville and LMSD saferooom. The correct information should have stated that…

Mills grabs SuperGrip as his WCEDP days end

From staff reports Gerald Mills, Winston County Economic Development Director, received many accolades at his retirement event held June 30 at the Winston County Chamber Office and enjoyed “going out on top” with the announcement of Super Grip expanding into…