Youth recognized in Year-End awards

Local youth Julius and Robert Culwell spent 2016 on the road showing their four palomino horses at 15 different Palomino Horse Breeders of America Association (PHBA) recognized horses shows across nine different states including going to PHBA Youth Worlds in…

Nanih Waiya gets pair of district wins

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal   Nanih Waiya swept a pair of District 6-1A basketball contests last Friday night at home, topping Sebastopol 50-45 in the girls’ contest and winning 54-51 in the boys’ game. Those wins capped a…

LHS ‘Cats bounce back with two region wins

By Robbie Robertson Winston County Journal   Don’t give up on the Louisville Wildcats just yet. After dropping seven straight contests, the Wildcats grabbed a pair of Region 4-4A wins this past week, beating Caledonia 56-53 and Houston 58-41. The…

Winston teams each win two-of-three contests

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal   Both Winston Academy basketball teams picked up two wins in three tries last week, as each earned victories over Starkville Christian and Lamar School after losing district games to Leake Academy. The Lady…

Hathorn to represent LHS at clinic

Tykeia Hathorn has been chosen to represent the Louisville High School Pride Band at East Central Community College Concert Band Clinic on the Decatur campus January 27 through 28. Students must be chosen by high school band directors with approval…

NAACP ACT-SO to host meeting

The NAACP ACT-SO (Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics) will meet Sunday, January 29,2017 at Louisville City Hall at 4 pm. There are twenty-six (26) categories of competition in STEM, HUMANITIES, BUSINESS, CULINARY, PERFORMING ARTS AND VISUAL ARTS. Students enrolled…