Category: News

Lady Wildcats take big win over softball power West Lauderdale

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Wildcats of Louisville High School split a pair of games on the softball diamond last week, taking a 7-5 road win over West Lauderdale, before falling to Choctaw County 13-7 at home…

ECCC Class Favorites

These students were recently selected class favorites following elections held on the Decatur campus.

Noxapater Tigers takes two region wins over West Lowndes

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Noxapater baseball team pick up a pair of key league wins last week, downing West Lowndes 8-1 and 13-3. The Tigers played a pair of games on Saturday in Philadelphia, falling 14-2 to…

Child abuse prevention

Proclamation By The Mayor City Of Louisville, Mississippi Child Abuse Prevention Month WHEREAS, Starkville School District: Department of Family-Centered Programs: Families Strengthening Families Parent Cafes also serving Winston County funded by MS Department of Human Resources is launching a county-wide…

Nanih Waiya set to face West Lowndes twice this week

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya baseball team took an 8-4 record into this week’s action that sees the Warriors visiting West Lowndes on Tuesday, before hosting WL on Friday at 6 p.m. Nanih Waiya is also…

Master Gardeners of Winston County name Yard of the Month

Submitted by Johnna Williamson Spring has finally arrived in North Mississippi and the garden of Elaine Crowson Thompson, located at 409 Ackerman Street, Louisville, is a showcase of seasonal beauty.  A profusion of flowers, from spring blooming bulbs arranged around…

WCMF plans groundbreaking and discusses construction at annual meeting

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal Plans for a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the Winston Medical Center were announced during the Winston County Medical Foundation Annual Membership Meeting held on March 29 at Lake Tiak O’Khata. The…

Three myths of seasonal allergies

Allergy season is upon us and so are the aggravating symptoms of sneezing, gagging, coughing, lack of sleep, watery eyes and a nose that runs like a faucet. This article is for the 20 percent of us that battle these…

Jail Docket – 04/06/2016

March 10, 2016 Johns, Joey A., Black, Domestic Violence, Aggravated Assault King, Melissa L., Ball, Malicious Mischief

Mayor gives State of City address to Rotarians

From press & staff reports Louisville Mayor Will Hill provided a State of the City address that included the entire slate of upcoming projects and repairs for the city during the meeting for the Rotary Club of Louisville held on…