By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal
The Louisville High School girls basketball team opened last week’s play with a 63-55 win over visiting Choctaw County on Tuesday, before falling to West Point 79-57 on Friday.
LHS is off until the … Read more
C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.
100 Years Ago – December 24 , 1915
LOUISVILLE: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blackwood on the 18th, … Read more
On December 17, 2015, the Town Country Garden members met in the lovely home of Mrs. Sandra Culwell.
Mrs. Debbie Moody, President, called the meeting to order. She then called on Mrs. Shirley Hawkins to give the Inspiration which was … Read more
The Louisville Fortnightly Club met Thursday, December 10 at the historic home of Mrs. Michael Cournoyer. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Lex Taylor ad Mrs. Belle Forster. Members were welcomed by a fresh and aromatic pine door wreath. Mrs. Cournoyer invited … Read more
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23
7 p.m. — Northern Colorado at MSU
SATURDAY, DEC. 26
1:20 p.m. — Washington vs. USM in Heart of Dallas Bowl… Read more
The flag controversy has somewhat faded into the background but already, we’re enmeshed in a new argument. New Orleans City Council voting 8-1 to remove monuments and statues relating to confederate leaders and generals.… Read more
Cheryl Lindsey recently visited the new Culinary Arts program at the Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center (WLCTC). Her granddaughter, MiKayla Sullivan is enrolled in Culinary Arts I. The Culinary Art’s students were studying how to make stocks, sauces, and soups. … Read more
My name is Jessica Nicole Jackson. I want a dream house and baby alive, bath set, bike, DS. We are going to get a box of cookie from the store and milk. We hope you enjoy it.
Thank … Read more