From Staff Reports
Six county elected positions at stake in the 2015 elections have unopposed candidates with all 6 being incumbents.
The two-month qualifying period for elective offices in the state ended Friday. Unopposed in Winston County are Kim T. … Read more
From staff reports
For many residents in rural areas, getting medical care can be tough due to travel time and other issues, but thanks to the new clinic in Noxapater that has changed.
“We are proud how this has been … Read more
From press reports
Nanih Waiya High School junior Kenley McMullan will represent Winston County this summer in the state competition as she was named 2016 Distinguished Young Woman of Winston County during the program’s main event Saturday night. Kenley is … Read more
Michael Fulton a Senior at Louisville High School was recently invited to join the Early Entry Program at Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Early Entry … Read more
WLSM the Refuge 107, The Winston County Journal, The Webster Progress Times, and the Choctaw Plaindealer held their first Campaign Kick-Off Party on February 19 at Lake Tia O’Kata. Over 50 potential candidates were in attendance. … Read more
Pilot Club of Louisville held the monthly meeting at Lake Tiak O’ Khata on February 12, 2015. President Kathy Sinclair called the meeting to order. Gwynn Hall lead the club in our Pledge to the American Flag. Bettie Glass … Read more
By Ryan Satcher
Winston County Journal
After leading Winston Academy to a fourth-place finish in the MAIS Class AA State Girls Basketball Tournament, Katie McCool and Darby Nowell will cap off their senior campaigns with a trip to the MAIS … Read more
Aubrey Ray, Employer Outreach Director of Mississippi Employer Support of the Guard and Reserves, presents Gwenita Mays, of the Louisville Walmart Super Center Store, a Patriotic Employer award for her support as an employer of the Guard and Reserve. Gwenita … Read more