ECCC graduates record class

The five students who were on the program at the 2015 East Central Community College commencement ceremony celebrate on campus prior to the event.

Initiatives implemented as part of East Central Community College’s 2020 Vision strategic planning process have resulted in the largest graduating class in the two-year college’s history and dramatic one-year increases in the percentage of students receiving pre-baccalaureate degrees and those … Read more


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These students were among those receiving Faculty Memorial awards during the annual East Central Community College Awards Day ceremonies held recently in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. Students and their respective awards include … Read more

Nanih Waiya student recognized by Plum Creek


From press reports

Plum Creek has awarded a $1,000 scholarship to a Nanih Waiya high school student. Since 2007, Plum Creek has annually awarded scholarships to exemplary high school seniors who plan to continue their education after graduation. The scholarships … Read more

DREAMS grant kicks off Summer Enrichment Program

DREAMS students Reese McAfee & Zycorra Lewis clap along during music class.

Submitted by Paige Watson

In its second year, the summer enrichment program named for a late Mississippi State University (MSU) alumna is creating a major impact in Winston County.

In 2013, the Mississippi Department of Education awarded a nearly $2 … Read more

Juneteenth event a success

The group begins the ceremony with setting of the flags.

An African proverb says “People who lack the knowledge of their pasts are like a tree without roots.”
The Voter’s League of Winston County has definately taken this African proverb to heart by celebrating with the Juneteenth Festival.

The celebration … Read more

Black recognized


The Louisville Board of Aldermen and Louisville Police Chief L.M. Claiborne recently recognized LPD officer Charlie Black on his retirement from the force.… Read more