Warriors trying to keep baseball machine well-tuned

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

History shows that often times dynasties implode from within.

That’s something Nanih Waiya head baseball coach Tyler Rogers is
trying to make sure doesn’t happen with his Warriors.
“I’ve been watching out for that, … Read more

Youth the truth at Louisville High School

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

When Chad Gibson says his Lady Wildcats are going to be young, he’s
not stretching the truth. Not even a little bit.

The roster for Gibson’s first Louisville High School fast-pitch squad
features 10 … Read more

Container Gardening (The Final Chapter)

MIKE SKIPPER
EXTENSION DIRECTOR

By now everything is off to the races and our thoughts turn to the
maintenance of our containers throughout the growing season. Well,
the truth be known and this chapter actually started long ago with
site … Read more

Fortnightly holds meeting

Respectfully submitted
Mrs. Robert H. Allen

The Louisville Fortnightly Club met February 14, 2013 at The Market
Café with Mrs. Johnny Wooten and Mrs. Steve Brown serving as the
hostesses. The tables were decorated with the Valentine motif with
candy … Read more

Lady Warriors hoping to extend softball season

By Austin BIshop
Winston County Journal

Just a little bit further. That’s what Nanih Waiya High School
softball coach Jennifer Holdiness is looking for out of her Lady
Warriors this season.

“I’m hoping we can make it past South State … Read more

PCA awards Louisville Rodeo ‘Best Small Town Rodeo

From staff reports

The Professional Cowboy Association (PCA) awarded Rafter L Rodeo
Company with the prestigious national award, 2012 Small Rodeo of the
Year.

Annually, the PCA sanctions about 100 rodeos in eight states
throughout the Southeast and the first … Read more