Two locals graduate from HCC

Hinds Community College graduated nearly 1,200 students on May 14, 15 and 17 at a record-setting eight ceremonies at Hinds Community College’s Raymond Campus and Utica Campus. The graduates earned more than 1,500 credentials including career and technical certificates as … Read more

Memories of Our County – 06/24/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

The old Swimming Hole
Now days, folks have pools behind their houses and sometimes the really affluent have them inside. But back in the day, we had our own … Read more

Fine Cornbread: Summer Recipes from Brock

What else can I say about cornbread? It’s a staple of the south. From Mexican cornbread to buttery Jiffy cornbread to plain ole homemade cornbread to cornbread filled with all different types of ingredients, cheese, corn, peppers, tomatoes, sausages, cream … Read more

‘Smart Growth’ principles can help small Miss. towns

By Nathan Gregory
MSU Ag Communications

Small, rural towns often face the challenge of providing a quality-of-life standard needed to attract new residents, while some communities on the fringe of large cities may struggle to meet the infrastructure demands that … Read more

News of the Past – 06/24/15

C.J. Johnson, who has deep genealogical roots to Winston County, provides news from past editions of the Winston County Journal.

100 Years Ago – June 25, 1915

LOUISVILLE: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith on the 12th, a … Read more

Local NAACP Branch speaks out about hate crimes

Submitted

The Winston County Branch NAACP, is concerned about the hate crimes that are being committed in this country – most recently the killing of nine innocent African Americans at the historical Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South … Read more