WLCTC recognizes studnets

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Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center 1st 9 week Star Students –  Outstanding students or “STAR” students were recently selected at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center for the 1st 9 week term.  Each teacher selects an outstanding first year student and an outstanding second-year student from their program for the nine-week term.  These students are selected on performance, attitude, and potential for success in their career field.   1st Block Star Students at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center  Christopher Baker, Health Science 2; Clayton Rigdon, Welding 2; Malyka Nunn, Ag Power; Yolanda Cooper, Teacher Academy 2; Nyshaunna Hardin, Culinary Arts 2; Christian Jones, Carpentry; Seth Cumberland, Auto Tech 2; Jarrett Bane, Simulation & Animation Design 2; & Braden Estes Forestry 2 2nd Block Star Students at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center Dylan Hunt, Auto Tech 1; Shakaria Smith, Career Pathway Experience; Brianna Roberson,Teacher Academy;  Nicholas Dempsey, Forestry 1;  Ashton Grice, Culinary Arts 1; Mariah Spiva, Simulation & Animation Design 1; Peyton McCool, Forestry 1; & Lexi Thomas, Health Science 1 3rd Block Star Students at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center  Payson Roberts, Welding 1 & Jordan Harris, Ag. Tech 1 Seth Cumberland – Automotive Tech 1 , Jennifer Hays – Culinary Arts 1, Joshua Nolt – Forestry 1

Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center 1st 9 week Star Students –
Outstanding students or “STAR” students were recently selected at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center for the 1st 9 week term. Each teacher selects an outstanding first year student

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Library event upcoming

The Winston County Library will be hosting another book signing from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15 in the Library meeting room. Lori Harrington author of The Point will be talking about her newly publish book. Harrington blames her southern roots for her inspiration and love for writing. Lori and her husband have 3 children and 2 grandchildren. Harrington's book The Point can be published on Amazon.

The Winston County Library will be hosting another book signing from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15 in the Library meeting room. Lori Harrington author of The Point will be talking about her newly publish book.
Harrington blames

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Library Quilt on display

Master Quilter and Louisville native Sue Mitchell is displaying  her fall quilt at the Winston County Library during the month of November.  “Sue pieced and quilted this work of art”, said librarian Beth Edwards, “and we are so fortunate to be able to display beautiful quilts throughout the year at the library.”

Master Quilter and Louisville native Sue Mitchell is displaying  her fall quilt at the Winston County Library during the month of November.  “Sue pieced and quilted this work of art”, said librarian Beth Edwards, “and we are so fortunate to

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Jim McAdory earns MSU award

Jim McAdory, Louisville native wins the Travis Tadlock award for outstanding service and job performance with the Mississippi State University Extension Service. McAdory has been employed by MSU Extension for 17 years, and served as the Extension Agent for the Read more

Calendar of Events

La Leche League meeting  

4th Sat. each month

La Leche League of Louisville meets monthly on the 4th Saturday of each month from 1-2 p.m. at the County Extension Building. La Leche League offers mother-to-mother support, leaders accredited by La Read more

Library Quilt on display

This beautiful “Irish Chain” quilt was pieced in 1893 by Sarah Ann Blue.  It was handed down to her granddaughter Mrs. Annie Beth Smyth.  Mrs. Annie Beth gave it to her son Henry Davis and is now owned by Henry Davis’s daughter Barbara Davis Woodward.  It is on display during the month of November at the W Winston County Library.

This beautiful “Irish Chain” quilt was pieced in 1893 by Sarah Ann Blue.  It was handed down to her granddaughter Mrs. Annie Beth Smyth.  Mrs. Annie Beth gave it to her son Henry Davis and is now owned by Henry

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