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ECCC offers truck driving, GED

ECCC Offers Truckdriving Program Earn your CDL by letting us bring the training to you at our Decatur, Louisville, and Philadelphia locations.  To be eligible, you must be at least eighteen years old for an Intrastate License; twenty-one years old…

Winston County student chooses summer study abroad

OXFORD, Miss. – Elizabeth Suttle of Louisville is among some 275 University of Mississippi students who are participating in study abroad programs this summer through the UM Study Abroad Office. She visited Italy from May 12 to May 22 studying…

Cohen, Gregory to speak at Louisville Rotary

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal   Fresh off his team°Øs trip to the championship round of the College World Series, Mississippi State University head baseball coach John Cohen will be in Louisville on Wednesday to speak at the…

Live burn training for LFD

The City Of Louisville Fire Department will be conducting a Live Burn Training Exercise at 121 North Hight Street on July 20, 2013 from 0700 to the afternoon. Please avoid North Height Street as it will be blocked from West…

Calendar of Events

Tennis for Life camp July 15-19 Tennis for Life camp will be held this summer, July 15-19, 08:30-10:00 am at the Ivy Park tennis courts. Tennis for Life is a Christian tennis camp, open to youth 9-12 years old. For…

Taking the oath

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The Mayor and aldermen of Noxapater were recently given the oath of office after the June election. Taking the aldermen oath are Brian Burrage, Robert Wall, Tom Bartholomew, Jessie James Hudson, and Chris Wells. The oath was given by Municipal…

ECCC Tennis Squads earn top NJCAA Academic Honors

NJCAA Academic Women’s Tennis Team of the Year!
The 2013 East Central Community College women’s tennis team earned NJCAA Academic Team of the Year honors by achieving a 3.77 grade point average. Team members and their respective high schools include (kneeling from left) Haley Chapman, Newton County; Nan Hartness, Winston Academy; and Kelsey Tadlock, Newton County; and (standing from left) Alana Turner, Florence; Hayden Fryery, Winston Academy; and Amber Pierce and Hannah Smith, both of Leake Academy. Dianne O’Neill and Kyle Watson served as coaches.   (EC Photo)

Seven East Central Community College athletic teams and numerous student-athletes were recognized for academic achievement by the National Junior College Athletic Association, according to a news release from the NJCAA Headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo. ECCC President Dr. Billy Stewart…

Webb prepares for state DYW

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From press reports   Anna Claire Webb, Distinguished Young Woman of Winston County, will be one of 33 Mississippi high school seniors competing for more than $44,500 in college scholarships when the Distinguished Young Women Program of 2014 begins Thursday,…