It’s elementary

Jakarious Rush – (Mrs. Blair’s class) first place winner
Jaylin Jordan- ( Mrs. Blair’s class) second place winner
Zabaius Miller – ( Mrs. Lee’s class) third place winner

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month In 1983, Congress declared April to be National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Since that time, communities across the country have taken the opportunity to raise awareness of issues surrounding child maltreatment and abuse…

Black history program held at HeadStart

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From staff reports The Winston County Complex Head Start recently celebrated Black History month with a special program.  Mrs. Mattie Cooper, regional administrator greeted everyone.  Cooper stated that she was “well pleased with the children and the presentation that they…

Community Helpers at Headstart

Captain Vernon Eichelberger talks with the students

Press reports During the fall 2013, Winston County Complex Headstart’s staff organized a Community Helpers Week.  The purpose was to introduce different community helpers to the children and to their parents for them to gain a ‘helper friendly attitude’.  The…

Changing the perception of the public library

Pictured (left to right) - Winston County Library staff members- Denise Dickerson (Circulation Clerk) and Beth Edwards (Branch Manager), MMRLS System HQ staff member- Brandon Cain (Reference/ILL Coordinator)

From press reports Kosciusko, MS, April 10, 2014- The public library has long been synonymous with books; however, the library would be better viewed as a community learning center. To emphasize the entirety of library services that Mid-Mississippi Regional Library…

Traipsin Round Town

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Lynne Cunningham Provides a view from the community. Now we get our Easter Snap with more rain but warmer weather is predicted for Easter Sunday. How lovely the transformation will be when the cruel cross (at First Methodist) miraculously blooms…

DAR recognizes local students

Standing Left: Victoria Burt, representing Louisville High School; Austin Baskin, representing Winston Academy; Emily Mills, representing Noxapater High School; Crystal Holdiness, Nanih Waiya and Petey Vowell, Grace Christian.

These high school seniors were chosen DAR Good Citizens by their respective schools for 2014. They were honored by the Nanih Waiya Daughters of the American Revolution with a tea at the