Obituary – Mrs. Bobbye Jean Youngblood Pounders

Bobbye Jean Youngblood Pounders passed away at North Delta Hospice Center, Southaven, Mississippi, October 15, 2015, after a brief fight with cancer. She was born April 29, 1941 in DeSoto County to William Thurman Youngblood and Florence Pauline “Pop” Pryor … Read more

Burn ban issued for county

From Press & Staff Reports

The Board of Supervisors has issued a burn ban in Winston County.

The ban was issued Monday effective immediately because of extremely dry and … Read more

PSC program aids Winston Plywood

Gates, Presley and Baldwin discuss the project.

Atmos to supply natural gas to Winston Plywood

From staff and press reports

Northern District Commission Brandon Presley met Winston Plywood CEO Dick Baldwin and Atmos Energy CEO David Gates and other Atmos company officers in Louisville to highlight how … Read more

Dyslexia awareness month commemorated

Awareness supporters gather at the courthouse

From staff and press reports

The Winston County Courthouse and Louisville City Hall lit up in red Thursday, August 15 for Dyslexia Awareness Month.

A group of supporters arranged for the red light gatherings at the courthouse and city hall.… Read more

Local on the court

ECCC Homecoming Court 5403

ECCC Homecoming Court
Members of the 2015 Homecoming Court at East Central Community College in Decatur included (front row, from left) freshman maids Codi Ballard of Decatur, Makenzie Byrd of Sebastopol, Emily Dykeman of Forest and Aerial Green of Carthage; … Read more

Wedding: Dempsey-Fuller

Mr. Chase Fuller and Miss Kayla Dempsey

Jimmy and Angie Dempsey are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kayla Dempsey to Chase Fuller, son of Billy and Sue Ward and Danny and Teresa Fuller.… Read more

Local honored at Hinds

Ed, Mattie, & Douglas Woolley

RAYMOND – The Hinds Community College Foundation recognized its 2015-2016 scholarship recipients, donors and honorees at a reception on Sept. 25 at the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus.

Among those recognized were recipients Sara Katherine Dew, front row, from … Read more