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Letters to the Editor – 01-21-2015

Ramblin with Arlene 01-17-2015

Praise the Lord everyone. Thank the Lord for this beautiful sunshine. Isn’t it wonderful.

God is so good. I hope everyone is well and up and going. My prayer also is that you have your mind … Read more

18-8 Lady Patriots are ranked No. 5 in AA

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Lady Patriots of Winston Academy continued their march toward a deep run in the postseason with a solid 46-27 district win over Canton Academy on Thursday.

The Lady Pats, ranked No. 5 in … Read more

Sports Schedules – 01/21/2015

WED, JAN. 21
Men’s College Basketball
8 p.m. — Mississippi State at Auburn

THUR, JAN. 22
Prep Basketball
6 p.m. — Choctaw County at Philadelphia
6:30 p.m. — Tri-County at Winston… Read more

ECCC to offer free workshop on starting a business, and more

Interested in starting your own business, but don’t know where to begin?

East Central Community College’s Small Business Development Center will offer a free seminar titled “Starting a Business-First Steps” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, at the … Read more

Nanih Waiya Student among students awarded Horatio Alger Scholarships

From press reports

Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization honoring the achievements of outstanding individuals and encouraging youth to pursue their dreams through higher education, announced the 106 recipients of its prestigious 2015 Horatio Alger … Read more

NW Warriors open 2015 with two victories

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Nanih Waiya High School boys basketball team won two of the three games it played to open the 2015 portion of its schedule, with the only loss being to an 11-1 Choctaw County … Read more

Check it out – 01/21/2015

JANUARY 2015
The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

James W. Hall – The Big Finish
Phillip Margolin – Woman With A Gun… Read more

ECCC announces Clinics for Young Athletes

East Central Community College’s baseball program is once again offering hitting and pitching clinics for young athletes on the Decatur campus, announced Neal Holliman, Diamond Warrior head coach.

Holliman said both sessions are designed for ages six to 12 in … Read more

Louisville Fortnightly Club holds meeting

Submitted

The Louisville Fortnightly Club met January 8, 2015 at the home of Mrs. Michael Cournoyer. Members were greeted by the hostess and a cheerful fire in the living room fireplace.

President Cournoyer called the meeting to order and gave … Read more