A reception was held on December 16th at the Winston County Library in honor of Miss Mississippi Teen USA 2020, Zoe Bigham. The event was hosted by Louisville/Winston County Chamber of Commerce. Pictured here are (l-r) Zoe’s mother, Michele Mosley, Zoe, and the Executive Director of the Winston County Economic Development, Glen Haab. An el
On a beautiful, cold December morning children arrived at Webster County Public Library dressed in Christmas clothes ready to meet Santa Claus on Dec. 18.
Mrs. Claus (Ms. Anita) led everyone in singing Christmas songs: “Reindeer Hokey Pokey,” “ Dancing Christmas Tree” and “ I Little, 2 Little, 3 Little Reindeer.”
Good morning everyone. We hope this message finds you blessed and well.
We had two wonderful Christmas services this week where we had special song service and drama followed by the song “Mary Did You Know” done in sign language, which ushered us into the day’s sermon of Christ and Christmas.
Eupora Elementary School
My name is Tinsley Richardson. This Christmas, I am 8 years old. This year I have been nice. My Christmas wishes are a new hoverboard, a scooter at my moms, and a new bike at my nana’s. Merry Christmas Santa!
Weir Elementary School
Our teachers said we’ve been good little boys and girls this year. We are so excited that Christmas is almost here. We will have you some milk and cookies and some carrots for Rudolph on Christmas Eve. We love you Santa! Merry Christmas!!
“Everyone needs to drop by the Winston County Library and see the wonderful Santa Claus display,” says librarian Beth Edwards. The collection, on loan from Mrs. Nannie Finch of Louisville, includes dancing Santas, cooking Santas, sleigh-riding Santas, singing Santas and much more. Mrs.
Hello, it’s me again. First I want to apologize. I forgot with everything going on lately to write last week.
Had a wonderful sermon on the ambidextrous God. How you can see the Lord’s right had moving and working, but not always notice his left hand working everything out for our good.