Monthly Archives: May 2012

A challenge to Winston county

Winston County Habitat for Humanity is currently in the process of building a home for a partner family and would like to be able to roll right into building the next one. Trey Jones, Executive Director of Mississippi Association of…

Calendar of Events

Winston Baptist Association New Ministry May 10 The Winston County Baptist Association will be starting a new ministry as of Thursday, May 10, 2012. This will be an extension site of the Ebenezer Christian Seminary of Meridian. Classes will meet…

Noxapater honor roll

Noxapater Attendance Center 3rd Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2nd Grade. Honor Roll—Kevin Aguilar, Elijah Carter, Caleb Ellinburg, Dontavius Rush, Brandon Sciple. Distinction—Landon Hughes, Andrea McWilliams, Da Miracle Moore, Jaliyah Murry, Sierra Nunn, Anna Parker, Karly Reed, Alberto Smith, El Greco…

Nox track teams advance to State Championship meet

From Press & Staff Reports After a successful showing in the Regional competitions, the Noxapater boys’ and girls’ track teams participated in the South State Championship Track Meet on May 5 in Ridgeland. The boys’ team ranked 4th overall among…

Lady Warriors defeat Lady Red Devils

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal With last week’s win over a highly ranked Bogue Chitto team, the Nanih Waiya Lady Warriors positioned themselves for a second round playoff series against the Stringer Red Devils. The first game of…

New Program offered for local high school students

There is an opportunity for high school students in Winston County who may be interested in a career in education. This coming school year, the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center will be offering a new program called Teacher Academy. This…

NW Warriors continue on winning path

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The conquests for repeat championships for the Nanih Waiya Warriors continues after last week’s second round playoff series win against the Ethel Tigers. The Warriors would have a tougher test when they faced…

It’s Elementary by Jennifer Palmer

On Friday, April 20th, the Mrs. Rogers’ TAG class attended the opera in Jackson. The Mississippi Opera provides matinees for students to promote understanding and appreciation of the performing arts. This performance was called, The Elixir of Love, by the…