Category: News

Nashville film fest fun

Recently, Carl Jackson and Robin Arnold attended the Nashville Film Festival at Green Hills Theatres.  It was an exciting night for the couple who were there to enjoy the premiere of “Born in Bristol,” which was directed by Chusy Jardine.…

Winston Plywood hosts pre-employment orientation

From staff reports As Winston Plywood and Veneer nears its completion date for construction, the mill recently held a Pre-Employment Orientation from June 6-10 for current applicants as well as those interested in applying for employment. The orientation also featured…

Rotary to host annual banquet and dinner

From press & staff reports An outstanding tradition will be continued as the Louisville Rotary Clubs hosts its annual Banquet and Dinner to be held June 21 at Lake Tiak O’Khata at 6 p.m. The event marks the end of…

Calendar of Events

Farmers’ Market June 16 The Winston County Farmers’ Market will open on June 16 at the Louisville Coliseum, 201 Ivy Avenue, from 3:30 pm. until 5:30 pm. If you would like to sell produce, crafts, or baked goods the set…

Teen SLP Program

These teens enjoyed a talk at the Winston County Library this past week by Mr. Bill Blackwell (center, holding thank you card), Executive Director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.  As part of the Teen Summer Library…

Aldermen approve saferoom payments/receive line of credit

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal The Louisville Board of Aldermen approved payments for the construction of a community safe room, as well as approved the hiring of new police officers during its May 17 meeting held at City…

Correction

Correction: In the Democratic Party encourages voting, support for party article in the June 8 edition of the Winston County Journal, Gerald Hayes is the new Executive Director of the Winston County Democratic Party but a representative of the party,…

Sports camp

The ICC Baseball program held its annual Summer Day Camp this week on the Fulton Campus of Itawamba Community College. In the morning camp, campers learned fundamentals and team work and compete head-to-head in situational drills and tennis ball games.…

Jail docket

June 3 Christopher Foreman, 10/5/84, WM, W-1 J. Pugh, WSO, petty larceny Mark Scott, 12/10/89, WM, Attala-Edwards, ASD, holding child support order Duran Mylinda, 5/26/62, WF, W-11 Gregory, WSO, DUI other, no ins Bryan Blankenship, 11/12/65, WM, W-1, WSO, weekender…

Excel by 5 offers Read–N-Ready Story Hour

Submitted Read-N-Ready Story Hour is a unique program being offered to children (ages 0 to 5), both pre-school and kindergarten, at the Winston County Library (301 West Park Street in Louisville) on Saturday mornings every month with Mother Tyrell, Mrs.…