Category: News

Chargers plan to spread around offensive wealth in 2015


By Austin Bishop
Choctaw Plaindealer

The Chargers of Choctaw County High School lost 16 seniors, including all-everything offensive machine Ja’Marcus Bradley off last year’s team, but veteran CCHS head football coach Adam Dillinger says his team will still have plenty … Read more

ECCC Football ready for breakout season in 2015

Jesse Hosket

After two years of laying the foundation for a successful football program, East Central Community College Head Coach Ken Karcher is optimistic his Warriors will be in a position to win more games in the 2015 season as preseason practices … Read more

ECOM working in the community

Chase McCown displays a huge cantaloupe grown by Backyard Farms on VFW Road. The cantaloupe, a Weeks NC Giant, weighed 28 pounds and was picked Aug. 10. At least three others in the patch were that size or larger. Chase is the son of Teresa Gregor and B.J. McCown.

From the Eupora Community Outreach Ministry

Eupora Community Outreach Ministry has hosted two programs this summer with the youth in the community.

The first one was a Bible drill in which the youth studied and were asked different scriptures to … Read more

Library Friends host “Soil”


Jamie Kornegay, owner of Turnrow Book Co. in Greenwood, was the guest speaker at the Aug. 10 meeting of Friends of Webster Library. His first … Read more

Winston’s Graham excited about first season leading Patriots

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By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

It’s been a long time since veteran head football coach Junior Graham has found himself in this position.

“I’m going into the season blind,” said Graham, who is in his first year as head … Read more

First-year head coach excited about opportunity at Nanih Waiya

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Ryan Keeton was looking for just the right opportunity to become a head football coach. He found what he was looking for when the job at Nanih Waiya High School came open.

“It’s a … Read more

Maben pit stop


A group of bikers from The Rally in Sturgis take a break at the Maben Sprint Mart. … Read more

Downtown ‘Bike’ Rally


About 120 bikers participated in Downtown Eupora’s “Bike” Rally on Saturday, which was in honor of The Rally in Sturgis. … Read more

Scout Day


Cub Scout Pack 30 sponsored Scout Day on Aug. 8 at Whites Creek Lake for potential Scouts and their families. Activities at the free recruitment event included … Read more

Offensive stability name of the game for the LHS Wildcats


By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Veteran Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller said Wildcat fans could expect a little less confusion on offense from his team during the 2015 season.

“For one, we know who the quarterback … Read more