News of the Past

C.J. Johnson,

who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.

100 Years Ago – October 27, 1916

LOUISVILLE: Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Woodward and little daughter, who have been … Read more

Easy cooking tips for herbs

Written by Dr. Lelia Kelly, Horticulture Specialist

Submitted by Juli Hughes

Mississippi State University Extension – Choctaw County

Growing culinary herbs is easy. Right now, you can harvest armloads of basil, mint, and chives to name just a few. You … Read more

ECCC announces new student recruiting team

East Central Community College in Decatur is making it easier than ever for prospective students to enroll in classes, as members of a new student recruiting team will be visiting high schools throughout the district this fall and spring.

From left are ECCC recruiters Sherrell Brown, Jerami Beard, and Romonica Evans

From

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Burrage Receives Ward Scholarship at ECCC

Kaytlyn Burrage, a graduate of Nanih Waiya High School, is the recipient of the Captain Charles E. Ward USN/RET Scholarship at East Central Community College in Decatur. She was recognized during the annual ECCC Scholarship Awards Reception held recently on the Decatur campus. During the event, 118 students received 130 Foundation scholarships valued at $99,574. (EC Photo)

Kaytlyn Burrage, a graduate of Nanih Waiya High School, is the recipient of the Captain Charles E. Ward USN/RET Scholarship at East Central Community College in Decatur. She was recognized during the annual ECCC Scholarship Awards Reception held recently on

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Friends of Legion State Park making a difference

From press reports

 

Since 2004, an organization made-up strictly of volunteers has been instrumental in preserving and improving the facilities of Winston County’s treasured Legion State Park. Aptly named “Friends of Legion State Park,” the group meets regularly and … Read more

Nanih Waiya takes close win over Noxapater

By Rocky Higginbotham

Winston County Journal

 

Not too many folks at Nanih Waiya’s Warrior Field last Thursday night envisioned a defensive struggle between the Warriors and Tigers from Noxapater.

Many, in fact, anticipated a high-scoring affair or even a … Read more

LMSD Family Center reopens at new location

The Louisville Municipal Family Center celebrated a recent upgrade to their new building on Monday. The center was originally located across from Louisville High School, but was relocated to better serve more students.

Kyle Hammond, Director of Federal Programs; Ada … Read more