Head Start Awareness month recognized

Photo: Mayor Will Hill recently signed the proclamation with Mattie Cooper Regional Administrator; Kimmie Jones, Center Administrator; Keaton Boyd, Rhinna Ball, Jackson Ford, Johnta Wooten; Helen Triplett, Teacher; Dean Miller Assistant Center Administrator; Sakari Davis, Makala Yarbrough, Rosa Roberts and Aubrey Welch.

From staff and press reports

 

On October 22, 1982, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October Head Start Awareness Month.

Thirty-one years after the proclamation, his words still inspire many to celebrate this great program: “Perhaps the most significant factor in … Read more

October is breast cancer awareness month

Written by: Josephine Tate

MSU Extension Service –

 

All women are at risk for breast cancer, even those who don’t have a family history of the disease. That’s why it’s important to remind the women you know of the … Read more

LMSD weighs hiring local board attorney

From staff reports

 

In the October 8, Louisville Municipal School Board meeting the board members interviewed two local attorneys for possible hiring.

The board voted to advertise for the position to be able to have a local attorney at … Read more

ECCC Warriors crushed 45-7 by Pearl River

Martin Johnson’s late 34-yard touchdown run avoided a shutout for the East Central Community College Warriors who were 45-7 homecoming victims of Pearl River Community College Saturday, October 19 at Dobie Holden Stadium on the Poplarville campus.

Johnson’s TD scamper … Read more

Junior High Patriots finish undefeated

By Wendell Womack

 

The Winston Academy Jr. High Patriots finished the 2013 season with a perfect 7-0 record and the District 2 AA Championship.

The young Patriots easily defeated most of their opponents and were not put to the … Read more

Wishing for others rather than writing Claus

Many of you may have read in October 2’s editorial that the Winston County Journal will be publishing Letters of the Season this year.  I guess one could say we are saying Live, Give, Forgive instead of Ho! Ho! Ho!… Read more