Category: News

PTHA Regional Award won by local Youth

Article Written by: Molly C Nicodemus, PhD The Culwell family is no stranger to horse showing, but this past year was especially fruitful for oldest son Julius Culwell. Julius is a member of the Pinto Horse Association of America (PtHA)…

Jail Docket

February 3 through February 10 Christopher Chapman, WM, 11/18/1983, Phyllis Jenkins. LaPatrick D. Holmes, BM, 12/09/1977, Contempt of Court (Justice Court) and Burglary; Phyllis Jenkins. Dewayne Smith, BM, 05/27/1973, Aggravated Assault, Phyllis Jenkins. Teresa M. Addy, WF, 03/07/1986, Grand Larceny,…

Calendar of Events

Tax aide set AARP Taxaide will began e-filing tax returns at the Winston County Library, every Wednesday throughout the tax season. The time will be 9 am until 2 pm, beginning Wednesday, February 1st. Please bring your last years tax…

A look at the History of Black History Month

Submitted by Elmetra Patterson When he conceived of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History in 1915, Carter G. Woodson believed that publishing scientific history about the black race would produce facts that would prove to the…

80 year old Coach Baker caregiver for 103 year old father

A Black History Story By Elmetra Patterson African American Coach Walter Dale Baker is a hero to many athletes who attended the Louisville Public School System – especially those that attended Louisville Colored High School and/or Louisville Negro High School.…

Local named CARite 2016 Outstanding Dealership Award Winner

When Casey Skelton learned about CARite in the summer of 2015 he saw a clear opportunity to become part of something bigger. “I knew how to sell cars but didn’t have the proper branding and support I needed to fully…

Tree giveaway set for Louisville Feb. 24

The opportunity to get a free tree sapling and some advice on planting will return with this year to Winston County. A Tree Giveaway will be held as part of the Community Tree Recovery Campaign with the Mississippi forestry commission…

ICC names 2017 orientation leaders including local

Several area residents have been selected as 2017 orientation leaders at Itawamba Community College.     They include Abby Cantrell, Adrian Moffett, Hayden Plunkett, Hunter Holley, all of Amory; Spencer Payne, Laken Jones, Taylor Kelley, all of Belden; Alayna Hitt of Blue…

Ramsey to sign books at Winston County Library

From press and staff reports Award winning cartoon artist, Marshall Ramsey will be signing his book “Drawing the Line” at the Winston County Library on Tuesday, February 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. A free brown bag lunch for…

Todd Pernell recognized

On October 26 Kemper-Neshoba Regional Correctional Facility in Dealb, hosted its first GED Graduation Ceremony in recognition of the students who received their high school equivalency through the KNRCF GED Program. A total of 5 offenders took the GED test…