What is believed to be the first East Central Community College tennis team to compete at a national championship, the ECCC men’s tennis team returned to Decatur after reaching its goal of a top 20 finish.
The iD 8 Hackathon, a mobile app development hackathon, is designed to broaden participation in computing by promoting computer science skills among African-American high school girls. During the two-day event, teams used Code.org’s App Lab platform to design and code their own apps and heard talks from a lineup of inspiring speakers.
Removal of the non-native privet (Ligustrum) plant species in high-priority areas along the Parkway is in full swing this month. “Non-native plants live outside their original distributional range. As a result, non-native species tend to take over an area and out-compete native species,” said Natural Resource Specialist Deanna Boensch.
LifeCare EMS, the 911 ambulance transport provider for six counties in central Mississippi, has made a major investment in the technology it uses to respond to emergencies and record the care provided to patients in Leake, Winston, Newton, Scott, Noxubee and Kemper counties.
On May 3, 2019, four seniors decided to participate in the yearly May Day festivities where they also began as children, Winston County Head Start!! Winston County Head Start is located in the heart of Louisville, MS where they have 48 Early Head Start children and 188 Regular Head Start children.
Mississippi Delta Community College (MDCC) held its Health Science Pinning and Graduation Ceremony Thursday, May 9, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. in the J. T. Hall Coliseum on the Moorhead Campus.
On April 28th, 2019, five competitors from Winston County ran in the Magnolia Silo District Marathon. The race was held in Waco, TX where it's sponsored by Chip & Joanna Gaines, along with their company, MAGNOLIA. The Marathon is USATF certified as a Boston Marathon Qualifier.
Fifteen Mississippi school districts, including Webster County, will share more than $896,000 in grants to establish or enhance programs in science, technology, engineering and math in kindergarten through eighth grade.
USDA Farm Service Agency reminds producers to report acreage that was prevented from being planting and/or failed acres because of natural disaster in order to establish or retain FSA program eligibility for some programs.