Category: News

Rural Medical scholar

Landis Llewelyn, third from left, of Louisville, received recognition from Rural Medical Scholars program directors Ann Sansing and Jasmine Harris-Speight and counselors Abby Matthews and Mitch Lang. LLewelyn was among 26 students enrolled in the five-week summer program at Mississippi … Read more

Salute to the police

Police across the country are reporting a surge in support after the fatal shootings in Dallas. The Louisville Police Department received a beautiful bouquet  of flowers from an anonymous citizen. “In the midst of all that is going on in … Read more

Website updates to begin on Thursdays

The Winston County Journal will now update its publication date of its website beginning July 14 on Thursdays. You will now be able to view the latest edition of the paper online on Thursdays.… Read more

Correction

In the July 6, 2016 edition of The Winston County Journal the article “Aldermen continue saferoom payments and honor Mills retirement” incorrectly stated the location of the city of Louisville and LMSD saferooom. The correct information should have stated that … Read more

Mills grabs SuperGrip as his WCEDP days end

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Mills with elected officials and former elected officials. Grady Suttle, Judy McLeod, Frances Ball, Sammie Carter, Jerry Estes, Babs Fulton, Mike Peterson, (back) Darlene Bane, Kim Ming, Gerald Mills, Larry Woodward, Dickie Caperton, and Will Hill.

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Mills with Mayor Will

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Red, White, Blue Parade shows 4th of July fun

From staff and press reports

Flags, red, white and blue streamers and pinwheels were the decorations of choice Friday for the Winston County Red, White, Blue Kids’ Bike Parade in Louisville.

About 70 people, children and helpful adults included, pedaled, … Read more

Federal agency seeks comments on health report

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) released a new report for public comment for the American Creosote Works, Incorporated, in Louisville, Mississippi. The federal agency invites the public to review the report and submit their comments by … Read more

Local recovery efforts continue in Winston County from 2014 tornado

From press reports

Since the April 2014 F4 tornado struck Louisville and Winston County, thousands of volunteers have passed through the area working with Winston STRONG in the recovery and rebuilding that was so desperately needed in the wake of … Read more

Experience Workers help with storm recovery in area

Experience Workers felt honored to help with the landscaping at Mattie Hudson’s new home that was built by Christian Aid Ministries (CAM) which was completed in April 2016. Mrs. Hudson lost her home due to damages from the storm.

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