Students succeed highlight for Sutphin

Of all the accomplishments during Dr. Phil A. Sutphin’s 12-year tenure as East Central Community College’s seventh president, his fondest memory is a simple one: watching students graduate. “Whether it is a Commencement in May, a GED Graduation Ceremony or … Read more

Calendar of Events

Meeting about classes to be offered set for May 3 MSU College of Education is planning to offer graduate classes starting this summer at Eiland Middle School for teachers who are interested in working on their master’s or specialist’s degree. … Read more

Local physical therapist is contributing author

From press reports

Wade Baskin, a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Executive Director at GT Physical Therapy in Louisville, is published for the second time in a medical text book. Now in it’s fifth and fully updated edition, Cardiovascular and … Read more

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –May 3, 1912 NOXAPATER: The ladies of the Baptist church will sell their recently made quilt for the benefit of their church on the evening of May 10th, at the home of Dr. T. F. Kilpatrick. – … Read more

Nox Lady Tigers eliminated in playoff round

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal

The Noxapater Lady Tigers softball team played in their first round playoff series against Natchez Cathedral this past week, with some disappointing results. The first game of the series was played at Cathedral … Read more

Nox Track Teams win District Championships

From Press & Staff Reports

The Noxapater boys’ & girls’ track teams are doing some big things this season. Not only did the Lady Tigers win their second District Track Championship, but the boys’ team also won the their district … Read more