News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – November 1, 1912 LOUISVILLE: The first performance of the Johnson moving picture show was held on Wednesday night, and liberally attended, and very much enjoyed by the audience. Another show will be held to night. This … Read more

Library able to offer e-books

From press reports

The Winston County Library, which is part of the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System, today announced the availability of Baker & Taylor’s Axis 360 e-Book library for its patrons.

Axis 360 is a new digital media platform, providing … Read more

Local Ducks Unlimited to host banquet

From staff and press reports

Ducks Unlimited of Winston County helps to preserve the heritage of hunting and wetland environments.

On Thursday, Nov. 8, Ducks Unlimited of Winston County will be celebrating the organization’s 75th anniversary and 75 years of … Read more

Louisville awarded Storm Ready

From press and staff reports

Louisville joins 24 counties, 15 other communities, four state universities and three government sites designated as StormReady across the state after the Oct. 16 Louisville Board of Aldermen meeting. Winston County Emergency Management Director Buddy … Read more

Stew Stomp, Veterans

From staff and press reports

Saturday, Nov. 3 will be a big day for downtown Louisville and Winston County as the Annual Stew Stomp and Veterans Parade will be held.

The Stew Stomp and new Sweet Tea Contest This year’s … Read more

Supervisors move ahead with road projects

From staff reports The Winston County

The Winston County Board of Supervisors recently awarded the Bluff Lake Road project and is seeking to extend the bridge work on Old Robinson Road to include a 1,000 feet rather than the standard … Read more