Editorial roundup

Use income, not race on admissions

As race becomes less of a factor in opportunity in American society, it is natural that the country would gravitate away from affirmative action programs that were designed to make up for the  inequities … Read more

Lady Warriors unsure when playoffs will start

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

As of Tuesday morning the Lady Warriors of Nanih Waiya High School were still waiting to see when their MHSAA Class 1A State Fast-Pitch Playoff series against Pelahatchie would start.
The series was … Read more

Municipal Clerks Week recognizes local service

From press reports

MISSISSIPPI STATE — One of local government’s oldest and most essential jobs is being recognized for its services during an upcoming week of local, national and international activities.
The 45th annual Municipal Clerks Week will be observed … Read more

EMEPA continues restoration

From EMEPA press release

EMEPA personnel worked throughout Monday night and Tuesday to restore service to a majority of our members that were affected by Monday’s terrible storms. As of 8:30 A.M. Wednesday morning just over 30 Lauderdale County members … Read more

DAMAGE REPORTED TO MEMA -Winston County receives major damage

More to come about Winston County:

PEARL – The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency continues to receive reports of several counties affected by severe weather and possible tornadoes. The National Weather Service says strong storms will continue moving through the state … Read more