Posts Tagged ‘Winston County’

Former editor the Winston County Journal in Louisville, Juanita McCown Hight, dies

Juanita McCown Hight, former editor the Winston County Journal in Louisville, has died. She was born in Winston County near Plattsburg and was a 1934 graduate of the Mississippi University for Women with a bachelor of science in home economics. Hight began her career as a teacher. The Hight family formerly owned the Winston County […] [...]

Officials asking volunteers to register for more effective relief efforts

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — As Mississippi digs out from Monday’s tornadoes, officials are trying to manage a blessing — volunteers. The state is encouraging people who want to help with recovery to register so they can match skills with needs and make sure volunteers arrive at the right time. Already in Winston County, volunteers are manning […] [...]

Three counties form economic development partnership

WINONA — Three north Mississippi counties have joined forces in what leaders are calling “The Partnership.” WTVA TV reports county supervisors from Choctaw, Montgomery, and Webster met in Winona yesterday to sign a deal that will bind the three into a regional economic organization. Leaders are hoping the partnership will have the kind of economic […] [...]

No land deal stalls Winston County refinery plans

by Published: January 11,2013

Tags: gas prices, oil refinery, petroleum, SNC Energy, Winston County

Work toward locating an oil refinery in Winston County will not move forward until the group pushing the effort purchases the property selected for the site. Starting late last year, officials in Winston County have held a few meetings and exchanged a few phone calls with project principals. Other than that, not much has happened. […] [...]

Read January 11 issue of MBJ

>> BIG IDEAS Innovate Mississippi to encounter “real-world” market tests at Startup Weekend— by Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> ENERGY No land deal stalls Winston County refinery plans— by Clay Chandler >> REAL ESTATE New name, new developer push Starkville development forward— by Clay Chandler >> APPROPRIATIONS Ethics commission chief expects agency […] [...]

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