ECCC adds new staff

Woodruff Joins ECCC Workforce Staff
Callie Woodruff of Louisville recently joined the Workforce Development Center staff at East Central Community College in Decatur, announced College President Dr. Billy W. Stewart.

She will work specifically as a navigator for the Trade … Read more

NAACP 35th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet this Saturday


by Elmetra Patterson

The Winston County Branch NAACP will host its 35th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet on March 28, 2015, at 7 p.m. at Lake Tiak-O’Khata, Pine Ridge Lodge, in Louisville, MS.

Krystal Walker of the Nanih Waiya Community is … Read more

A positive shot no matter the score

Womack talks about Upward to the Rotary club flanked by his wife Pam.

Upward celebrates 10 years of success
From press and staff reports

While March Madness took over most of the basketball minded around the country, many in Louisville were celebrating Upward basketball and cheerleading success.

The annual Upward Basketball Celebration was … Read more

First year of ‘2020 Vision’ proves successful at ECCC

Lauren Peterson of Forest works on an experiment in the newly renovated Cross Hall chemistry lab on the Decatur campus of East Central Community College.

From press reports

According to Dr. Billy W. Stewart, president of East Central Community College in Decatur, the initial year of the college’s 2020 Vision is proving successful as the institution continues its desire to be nationally recognized and locally … Read more

Recongizing a Winston Countian with grit and more

Since 1990, four Alpha Delta Pi sorority sisters from MSU have faithfully gathered annually to celebrate good times past and present.  Here, Gail Hudson Donald, Vicky McNeel Eickerman, Susie Valentour Broadhead and Nan Wilkinson Hollimon are shown with their children on the MS Gulf Coast at their December 1996 "sleepover." All of the children pictured are now grown and gone from home, but the sisters still carry-on their 25 year tradition. 

By Susie Valentour Broadhead
On Friday, March 27, Jean McNeel of Noxapater will celebrate her 85th birthday.

Many Winston Countians remember Jean from her 25 years of loyal service to the Bank of Noxapater and some remember her even further … Read more