Double Springs

Capstone Health recognized with quality award

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Capstone Health has received recognition as one of the top 2023 Community Health Center Quality and Public Health Champion awardees in the nation. Capstone Health - which has clinics in Double Springs and Nauvoo, has been named in the top 20 percent of health centers receiving Community Health Quality Recognition badges from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Citizens approach Double Springs Town Council about Springs Park's status

This sign off Highway 195 south of the Winston County Courthouse marks the site where future development is planned for a park honoring the heritage of Double Springs. The sign has been up for quite some time, with no visible work done on the property.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The lack of any visible progress on land set aside for a community park brought concerned residents to the Monday, Oct. 9, Double Springs Town Council meeting.

More candidates announce plans to seek local offices

Candidates who announced Sept. 11, that they would be seeking Winston County offices in the March 5, primary are pictured with State Representatives Tracy Estes, front left, and Tim Wadsworth, front right, who were special guests at the meeting. Seated between the representatives is Tonise Partridge, candidate for the Addison district of the Winston County Board of Education. Back row, from left, Winston County Republican Party Chairman Jerry Mobley; Thomas Govan, seeking Court of Criminal Appeals Place 2
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A present and a former Winston County Commissioner will now be running against each other for the seat of commission chairman in the March 5, 2024, primary election.

End of ESSER cloud on horizon for Winston BOE

The Winston County Board of Education looks over the budget before approval. From left, Board members Randy Lee, Lamar Frith, Chief Financial Officer Morgan Blankenship, Board President Joey Boteler, Superintendent Greg Pendley and board members Allin Bailey and Mark Finley.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Since funding that school systems have been receiving through Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief will be ending in 2024, school officials are asking if funding will continue for personnel paid by ESSER funds.