REPM Meeting

Retired Education Personnel will meet Thursday, October 7 ,2021, at 1PM, at Louisville City Hall. For further information, call 662-803-9437


                                                            SEPTEMBER 2021

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:

  • Brad Thor – Black Ice
  • Karin Slaughter – False Witness
  • Kathy Reichs – The Bone Code
  • Paul Doiron – Dead By Dawn
  • James Patterson – The Shadow
  • Linwood Barclay – Find You First
  • Kristin Harmel – The Forest of Vanishing Stars
  • Joy Fielding – Cul-de-Sac
  • Robin Cook – Viral
  • Wanda Brunstetter – Walnum Creek Wish
  • Jenna McKinlay – Wait For It
  • Danielle Steel – Complications
  • Preston & Child – Bloodless
  • Catherine Coulter – Vortex
  • Lynette Eason – Hostile Intent
  • James Patterson – The Noise
  • Laurell K. Hamilton – A Terrible Fall of Angels
  • Sandra Brown – Blind Tiger
  • Joyce Carol Oates – Breathe
  • R. A. Salvatore – Starlight Enclave
  • Stephen King – Billy Summers
  • Chandler Baker – The Husbands

UDC Meeting

Winston Guards #2643, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will meet Tuesday, October 5, 2021, at 5:30 at Lake Tiak-O’Khata. For further information, call 662-803-9437.

Area High School Students Invited to ECCC’s Be Our Guest Night Sept. 30

The Neshoba Central High School Big Blue Marching Band will perform and one lucky student will get a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship for the Fall 2022 semester as East Central Community College hosts its annual “Be Our Guest” football game Thursday, Sept. 30.

All area high school (9th through 12th grade) students are invited to attend and will be admitted free to the MACCC South Division football game between the East Central Warriors and the Pearl River Wildcats. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. in Bailey Stadium on the ECCC campus in Decatur.

In addition to the $1,000 scholarship for Fall 2022, several other drawings will be held for door prizes, including vouchers to the ECCC Bookstore booth to be located inside Bailey Stadium.

Area high school students attending should check-in and receive their ticket to the game at the ECCC Student Affairs tent at the student entrance gate located at the right side of the main Bailey Stadium entrance and near Brackeen-Wood Gym. Students must have registered at the Student Affairs tent and be in attendance at the time of the drawings to be eligible for prizes.

“We encourage all area high school students to come enjoy a night of exciting football and fun on us,” said Dr. Randall E. Lee, vice president for student services. “The Warrior cheerleaders, Centralettes dance line, and one of the best marching bands in the state, the Wall O’ Sound, will also be entertaining fans.”

East Central Community College serves Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott, and Winston counties.

For more information on “Be Our Guest” night, contact Romonica Evans in ECCC Student Services at 601-635-6300, toll-free 877-GO-2-ECCC, ext. 300, or

Noah’s Ark Stuffed Animal Kits Offered for First Library Card Sign Up

As part of our celebration of National Library Card Sign-up Month, the Winston County Library is offering Noah’s Ark Stuffed Animal Kits to the first 30 children who come in and sign up for their first library card. “Children can choose between a puppy dog or a unicorn!” said librarian Beth Edwards. Each stuffed animal comes with it’s own Birth Certificate and Noah’s Workshop Gift Bag.

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month at the Winston County Library

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month at the Winston County Library!  Anyone signing up for their first library card will automatically be entered to win a jar of candy.  Remember, a library card is the Ultimate School Supply!  Do you have yours?


Library to be Closed

The Winston County Library will be closed Monday, September 6th for Labor Day.