County swearing in set for December 29

Peterson, Clark, and Ming

From staff reports

Roughly 30 Winston County officials elected or re-elected in November will take the oath of office in the main courtroom of the Winston County Courthouse at 9 am on Tuesday, December 29.… Read more

DREAMS staff development praises focus, reflects on results

MSU College of Education associate dean Teresa Jayroe addresses the attendees as LMSD superintendent Ken McMullan listens and looks on.

From press reports

Mississippi State University (MSU) and the Louisville Municipal School District’s (LMSD) Dillard’s Reading, Enrichment, Arts, Mathematics and Science After-school and Summer Tutorial Enrichment Program (DREAMS) hosted a staff development program to further boost the interventionists making a … Read more

WMC adds COO

Ivy

From staff reports

Winston Medical Center welcomes Octavius Ivy to serve as its new Chief Operating Officer.

“We are fortunate to find someone with Octavius’ qualifications,” said Paul Black, CEO of Winston Medical Center. “He will be an asset to … Read more

Senator Ward Awarded

Retiring Senate President Pro Tempore Giles Ward admires the Senate Resolution presented him on Friday, December 18, 2015, by Senator Terry C. Burton, a member of the Rules Committee and Lt. … Read more

CodeRED available to Winston residents

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By Daniel Brunty
The Winston County Journal

Winston County Emergency Management Agency Director Buddy King and the Winston County Board of Supervisors are proud to announce the CodeRED emergency notification plan to assist with warning residents of severe weather is … Read more

ECCC Students Selected for Who’s Who

These students at East Central Community College in Decatur were recently named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Community/Junior Colleges for 2015. Students were nominated by faculty and staff and are chosen based on academic achievement and involvement in … Read more