Hugh Hathorn of Louisville recently attended a reunion of the scholarship signing class of the 1972 Mississippi State University Bulldog football team. Hathorn (pictured second row, center) signed a scholarship with the Bulldogs and played tight end and outside linebacker … Read more
By Amy Barefield
MSU School of Human Sciences
Success in school depends more on the 16 hours spent outside the classroom than many parents may realize. Physical, emotional and social factors at home contribute significantly to academic success.
Students who … Read more
From school reports
OXFORD – After ranking as the No. 1 scoring defense in the country last year, the Ole Miss Rebels are expecting more of the same, if not an improvement, in 2015.
“I’m pleased we’ve got about everything … Read more
Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.
The Barn Loft
I have been struggling the last few weeks trying to find suitable subjects to write about in this column. Sleep evaded me last night and my … Read more
THURS, AUG. 27
4/5 p.m. — Ethel at French Camp
4/6 p.m. — Kemper Academy at Winston Academy
5 p.m. — Kosciusko at Noxapater… Read more
C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.
100 Years Ago – August 27, 1915
LOUISVILLE: Mrs. C. W. Albienson of Austin, Texas is here on a … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal
Noxapater dropped a pair of slow-pitch softball games all week, but the 16-15 setback to Sebastopol was particularly tough, as the Lady Tigers gave up eight runs in the top of the seventh.
“It … Read more
From school reports
STARKVILLE – “Relentless: Mississippi State Football,” a new weekly show produced by Hail State Productions chronicling the 2015 Bulldog season from behind-the-scenes coverage to exclusive interviews makes its debut in September only on HailState.com.
The documentary will … Read more