Service-learning impacts students, community


Living and Learning

By Kaitlyn Byrne
MSU Ag Communications

COLUMBUS — Teens gained an inside look at the agriculture industry and service-learning during a three-week residential collegiate experience at the Mississippi Governor’s School in Columbus.
By partnering with Mississippi State University’s Center for … Read more

Rotarians discuss Disaster Relief Project for county

Rotarian John Fair discussed the details of the Louisville Rotary Club’s upcoming Disaster Relief project during their meeting this past Wednesday, June 18 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. The club will soon decide on which projects they want to undertake, as well as host their “Passing of the Gavel” event, which signals a new year for the club.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Rotary Club of Louisville discussed their Disaster Relief project as well as adding a new position to the board during their weekly meeting this past Wednesday (June 18) at Lake Tiak O’Khata.… Read more

Keep kids safe while outdoors this summer


Living and Learning

By Amy Barefield
MSU School of Human Sciences

Warmer weather and no school mean local streets and sidewalks are filled with more walking and biking traffic, so drivers and parents must pay special attention to children’s safety.
“In the summer … Read more

Farmers’ Market holds Kick-Off Jamboree

Jean Harper one of the volunteers with the market looks over some produce for sell.

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Winston County Farmer’s Market Committee held their Kick-Off Jamboree for the Winston County Farmer’s Market on June 19 at the soccer fields on Ball Drive.
Even with overcast skies and… Read more

Winston Strong donations


Tom Easter presented a check and supplies from the Catholic Church of Wiggins and Susan Easter gave Bro. Mike Dowd a check from the… Read more