Monthly Archives: August 2012

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

School pictures will be taken on August 30th. Students may wear a shirt of their choice with uniform bottoms on this day only. Thank you to Mrs. Jill Pearson for the donation that she made to the clothing closet. We…

New of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – August 23, 1912 This edition was not available for review. Ongoing news stories for the week of August 23, 1912 would be the trial of Swinton Permenter progressing at Winona, Mississippi; and plans for the Winston…

Winston Guards hold March meeting

Submitted Winston Guards No. 2643 MS Division United Daughters of the Confederacy met on March 6, 2012 in the Colonial Room at Lake Tiak O Khata. The spirit of the Irish filed the room. The tables were covered with white…

Warriors lose opener to Yellowjackets 31-12

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The season opener for the Nanih Waiya football team unfortunately was similar to last season, as the Union Yellowjackets defeated the Warriors 31-12. The Warriors were looking to get off to faster start…

CAPPS begins fourth year of service Aug. 20

By Joseph McCain The Winston County Journal The Louisville Municipal School District in its partnership with Mississippi State University is stepping into its fourth year of the CAPPS (Changing Academic Performance & Promoting Success) program. The program has been funded…

Prison and revival Crusade held

From press reports A prison and revival crusade was conducted at the Winston/Choctaw Regional Correctional facility on August 8. Dr. Don Boone brought the gospel message to the inmates. Many decisions were made by the inmates for Jesus Christ. After…

Etiquette classes offered to students

From press reports Etiquette is considered by many as an important factor for success. With this in mind, the City of Louisville officials under Mayor Will Hill’s direction has arranged an etiquette program for all county students. The Mississippi School…

MSU to offer more classes in Louisville

From press reports The College of Education at Mississippi State University is pleased to announce that the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Speech Education in partnership with the Louisville Municipal School District will offer a graduate class during the Fall…