East Central pulls off stunning Homecoming win over Jones

Members of the 2014 Homecoming Court at East Central Community College in Decatur included (front row, from left) sophomore maids Cara Beth Jackson of Nanih Waiya, Anna Katherine Nowell of Philadelphia and Mallory Turner of Collinsville; maid of honor MaChasity Leflore of Carthage; queen Nikki Triplett of Forest; and freshman maids Skylar Davidson of Morton, Courtney Hamilton of Philadelphia, Kaley Bufkin of Decatur and Sydney Keith of Philadelphia; and (back row, from left) escorts Clay Jackson of Nanih Waiya, Zach Butler of Philadelphia, Reagan Warren of Decatur, Javon Yarbrough of Louisville, Bryce Power of Forest, Miles Johnson of Louisville, Caleb Brown of Philadelphia, Peyton Cain of Decatur and Wes Brown of Carthage. The queen and her court were presented Saturday, October 11, during halftime of the ECCC vs. Jones County Junior  College football game. (EC Photo)

From staff reports

DECATUR — A 100-yard interception return by freshman defensive back Trey Sloan and a stellar defensive performance helped provide East Central Community College’s Warriors with a stunning 14-7 homecoming victory over nationally ranked Jones County Junior College … Read more

Lantana Bush

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May Hannah put her green thumb to work with the flowering lantana bush in her backyard, which measures 115 inches across and 54 inches tall. She said humming birds love the bush. The lantana bush- web msucare.com… Read more

WA Honors

Winston Academy honorsociety 2014-2015

Pictured is the 2014/2015 Honor Society members.  In order to be a member of the Honor Society students have to maintain an overall average of 92 or higher. … Read more

Tri County defeats Winston 56-21

By Wendell Womack

The Winston Patriots made the Tri County Rebels happy last Friday night in Flora by not spoiling their homecoming celebrations by losing the district contest by a score of 56-21.

In a game that saw the Patriots … Read more

Atmos donates to recovery efforts in Winston County

Atmos energy helps “power up” LFD/WS and Winston Community
Atmos energy representatives and staff held a reception for Winston County Community member on September 4.

During the event, Atmos energy donated $12,000 to the Louisville Fire Department and Winston Strong. … Read more