Warriors clinch region baseball championship

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya Baseball team picked up three wins last week, including a crucial 8-1 win over Noxapater that clinched the region championship for the Warriors. “Any time you can get a district…

Lady Warriors roll to big win over Noxapater

NW softball Mackenzie Johnson

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya fast-pitch softball team split a pair of games last week, taking a 15-3 win over Noxapater, before dropping a 9-6 decision to West Lauderdale. Two games with West Lowndes were…

ECCC Student Newspaper Staff receives awards

Award-Winning Newspaper Staff
Members of East Central Community College’s newspaper staff display various awards presented at the O.C. McDavid Journalism Conference held March 27, 2014 at the Mississippi Craft Center in Ridgeland. Pictured (front row, from left) DeeJay Rolison of Hickory, editor Madison Herrington of Union and Dominick Fields of Forest; (second row, from left) cartoonist Claire Griffin of Decatur, Conor Bell of Carthage, opinions editor Will Stokes of Philadelphia, Candice Stewart of Morton and Madison Barnett, Noxapater; and (back row, from left) design editor Payton Smith of Forest, Ashley Bozeman of Decatur and Kimberly Harrison of Forest. (EC Photo)

From press reports East Central Community College’s student newspaper, The Tom-Tom, was among the top student newspapers in the state recognized during the 2014 O.C. McDavid Journalism Conference held March 27, 2014 at the Mississippi Craft Center in Ridgeland. East…