Monthly Archives: April 2013

News of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago –April 11, 1913 NOXAPATER: Misses Lyda Coleman, Eva Hickman, Hassie Jackson, Virgie and Arline Reed, Pearl VanLandingham, Ora McBrayer and others went up to Louisville Friday evening and attended the county examination for teachers. – Mr. and…

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Thank you to Kitty Hatcher and Hazel Garrett for their generous donation of uniforms to our clothing closet. We greatly appreciate any and all donations! Fair Elementary’s Kindergarten Registration will be held on April 9th -11th from 8:00 am until…

Let’s be Neighbors by Carolyn Mills

At the April meeting of Winston Guards # 2643 Mississippi Division of United Daughters of the Confederacy, Frances Woodruff portrayed Carrie The lady who has become known as the “Widow of the South” for her role in creating the final…

Bee Hive Homes announces large expansion

From press reports Bee Hive Homes of Mississippi announces that plans are underway for the expansion of Bee Hive Homes of Louisville. Plans are currently underway with construction to start in April. The expansion of the Louisville facility will include…

Nanih Waiya Warriors travel unchartered territory

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journey Perhaps Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise should become an honorary member of the Nanih Waiya baseball team, because last week the Warriors certainly went “where no man has gone before.”…

Young Tigers continuing to work toward future

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal While Noxapater’s 6-2 loss to West Lowndes last Friday knocked the Tigers out of the playoff hunt, the season is far from over for coach Casey Orr’s squad. “We still have seven or…

Sports notebook

Carter, Davis take district hoops MVP honors A pair of Louisville High School basketball standouts took top honors in the district for the 2012-13 season. Senior Terry Carter was named the boys MVP for District 4-4A, while Tyesha Davis was…