Monthly Archives: May 2012

Five County students receive Plum Creek Scholarships

Plum Creek has awarded $1,000 scholarships to five Winston County high school students. Plum Creek annually awards scholarships to exemplary high school seniors who plan to continue their education after graduation. The scholarships recognize students who demonstrate academic excellence, involvement…

Summer salads, cakes and treats

I won’t be talking long this week, just giving you some really extraordinary recipes. The first is a recipe from one of my best friends called a Doritos Salad. It is a Mexican-lovers feast. The Nacho cheese Doritos and Catalina…

Let’s be Neighbors

Friends of Legion State Park will meet in the Lodge on May 24th. A new flag pole will be put up on the north side of Lodge and a flag ceremony will be held on June 14th to which the…

Honor rolls

Area residents make the Dean’s List at MUW The following Mississippi University for Women students were recognized on the Dean’s List for the spring 2012 semester. Kali Dempsey , a resident of Louisville, MS. Kayla Dewberry, a resident of Louisville,…

back championships

Warriors battle for back-to-back championships By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal   The Nanih Waiya Warriors found themselves in a familiar position when they faced off against Greenville St. Joseph for the Class 1A State Baseball Championship this past…

Warriors are South State Champs

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya Warriors made a huge step in capturing back-to-back state championships this past week by defeating Natchez Cathedral to claim the South State Championship. The first game of their playoff series…

Nox student ready to ‘roll’ with diploma

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal All graduates use their determination, focus, and hard work to step onto the stage to get their diploma and one Noxapater senior had a unique set of challenges to overcome to gain his…

Workshop gives attendees view of food

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal While Rose Thompson demonstrated and prepared her original homemade roll recipe, she dished out advice on saving money, healthy eating, and sustainable living. The Winston County Self Help Cooperative hosted the event at…

iPads part of LMSD

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal School districts across the country are putting iPads into students’ hands and according to Apple the maker of the iPad its is the perfect learning companion. Several students in the Louisville Municipal School…