Category: News

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

Winston’s Graham excited about first season leading Patriots

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…

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…

Maben pit stop

TERRY HARPOLE A group of bikers from The Rally in Sturgis take a break at the Maben Sprint Mart.

Downtown ‘Bike’ Rally

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

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

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…

Lady Eagles look for big year on slow-pitch diamond in 2015

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress Times With only two girls gone off a strong team last year, Eupora High School head slow-pitch softball coach Kaley Harris is expecting big things out of her team this year. “We have everybody back…

Young, but experienced Tigers ready to show improvement in 2015

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Young? Yes. Inexperienced? No. Youthful experience will the be overriding theme for the 2015 football season for the Noxapater Tigers this season. While Noxapater was going through some growing pains during last year’s 4-7…

Eagles look to improve as season moves along

By Austin Bishop Webster Progress TImes It’s a work in progress. That’s the way first-year Eupora High School head football coach Stephen Edwards and his coaching staff are looking at the 2015 season. “I think we are about where we…