Farmers Market’s Buck Day

by Frank Taylor

The Winston County Farmers’ Market continues to thrive in supplying families with locally grown fruits and vegetables.
They are experiencing an uptick in new and younger customers in 2016. Therefore, today’s market trend should motivate our local … Read more

Board working with MDOT on safer roads

By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

The Winston County Board of Supervisors discussed implementing a program to assist the county in creating safer roadways during its August 1 meeting held at the Winston County Courthouse.

The board met with … Read more

New K-9 officer joins LPD

From staff reports

The Louisville Police Department welcomed a new officer to its force – and this officer is smaller than his co-workers but provides a vital role in the community.

The LPD welcomed K-9 Officer Hagon, a male 2-year-old … Read more

At NCF 2016

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Haley Harris, daughter of Laura and Taylor Harris, meets Donald Trump, Jr. at the Neshoba County Fair

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Johnson Wells, son of David and Penny Wells of Noxapater talks with Gov. Phil Bryant.

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Skills winners

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ECCC students placed in five areas of competition during the 52nd annual SkillsUSA Leadership Conference held recently in Louisville, Ky. Pictured are (from left) Alan Graham of Forest, seventh, industrial motor controls; Jason Forrest of Decatur, 14th, technical drafting; Ryan

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Mr. Billy Gene Wells
July 17, 2016

Funeral services for Mr. Billy Gene Wells, 50, were held on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at Beck Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Burial at Ebenezer.

Mr. Wells was born on March 17, 1966, … Read more

Editorial round up

Will optimism prevail in election?

It is typical in most presidential elections that the party in power paints a positive view of the state of the country, while the challenger is negative.

One notable exception to this rule was the … Read more

More about the newspaper

As I said I will be writing weekly columns about the newspapers that serve you for the next few weeks. My first column about letters to the editor hopefully clarified any questions readers have had. Also, I used Charlie Mitchell’s … Read more