HC plans at ECCC

Seated from left are Bruce Lee of Louisville, Winston County representative; Ann Hunter Burkes of Decatur, Newton County representative; Dr. Teresa Houston, vice president for instruction; Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, executive director for foundation and alumni relations; Dow Thomas of Louisville, Association president; and Matt Alford of Forest, Scott County representative. Standing from left are Paul Chamblee and Pete Lucovich, both of Carthage, Leake County representatives; Bill Freeman of Forest, Scott County representative; Harvey Trapp of Decatur, Newton County representative; Dr. Billy Stewart, ECCC President; and Dr. Bob Tom Johnson of Forest, Association past president. For more information on Homecoming 2014, contact Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, at 601-635-6327 or call toll free, 877-462-3222, ext. 327. Her email address is sholling@eccc.edu. (EC Photo)

Finalizing ECCC Homecoming Plans

Making final preparations for East Central Community College’s Homecoming scheduled Saturday, October 11, 2014, are the above Alumni Association officers and Board of Directors.… Read more

Memories of our County – 10/8/2014

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Rambling Wagons

The story I am writing about this week was given to me by John (Tuck) Wilkes. He told me the story a few years ago. I told … Read more

Let’s Be Neighbors – 10/8/2014

Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.

Friends and family were so glad to have Pruitt Lee, WWII pilot, recognized when the Louisville airport terminal was given his name in a special event held at the airfield on … Read more

It’s Elementary – 10/8/2014

Jennie Caperton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.

This week is National Fire Prevention Week, which started as a way to commemorate the great Chicago Fire of 1871. The theme for this year’s … Read more

Hinds rallies late to clip ECCC Warriors 24-16

From press reports

RAYMOND- East Central Community College’s Warriors jumped out to a 13-0 first-quarter lead over rival Hinds Community College Thursday night, but the home standing Eagles rallied late to claim a 24-16 decision at Renfroe Stadium.

East Central … Read more