Monthly Archives: April 2012

Noxapater players receive state championship rings

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal After months of waiting, the Noxapater football team received something it had been looking for ever since walking off the field at Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium as Class 1A champs—their championship rings. Noxapater…

Library celebrates NL week

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Winston County Public Library observed National Library Week April 8-14. The library held three programs in celebration of the week. The library topped of the week with an appreciation luncheon honoring supporters…

School Trustees updated on CAPPS, EdOptions classes

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Louisville Municipal School Board of Trustees received several updates on programs in and after school as well as discussing Sixteen Section land issues. CAPPS program producing results in third year Dr. Teresa…

LHS Parental Involvement Night hailed as a success

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Louisville High School Beta Club and SADD Chapter in conjunction with the Louisville Municipal School District held their second annual Unity Night/Parental Involvement Program on April 10 at the LHS campus. The…

Support sought for Excel By 5 plan

Submitted by: Rita Tanksley Area Agent Mississippi State Extension Service Concerned citizens in Winston County are having a meeting to explore the possibility of launching Excel By 5 in our community. Excel By 5, started in 2004, is an innovative…

OTR hearing upcoming; Teters lease discussed

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Winston County Board of Supervisors discussed several upcoming plans involving economic development. OTR maybe coming The Winston County Supervisors noted the upcoming public hearing on the change in the solid waste plan…

Forty years of service recognized

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal Fellow employees, Louisville Healthcare residents, family and friends helped recognize Mary Helen Jernigan for her 40 years of service recently. “We thank you Mary Helen for the hard work and taking care of…

Obituaries

Mr. J. D. Pugh Mr. J. D. Pugh of Brooksville, MS passed away Thursday April 12, 2012 at Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden Triangle in Columbus, MS at the age of 80. His service was held on Sunday, April 15 from…

Black named WA Star Student

From press reports Mary Katherine Black daughter of Barry and Helen Black of Louisville, has been named as a STAR (Star –Teacher Achievement Recognition) Student for the 2011-2012 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council’s M. B. Swayze Educational Foundation,…