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CARROLLTON -- The community is mourning the tragic death of a Carroll Academy senior.

Jacob Randall, 18, was killed early Monday morning in a one-vehicle accident on Mississippi Highway 17, four miles south of Carrollton. 

The Carrollton Pilgrimage and Pioneer Day drew hundreds to the historic town for last weekend’s festivities.  Tourists from as far as Maryland visited Carrollton’s historic homes Friday and Saturday.  Above: Mary Jordan Milton and Emmylou Hays...

Winona Police Department officers received training in using the new E-Citation system recently purchased by the City of Winona. Lt.

Last Thursday, 198 students from Winona Secondary School were treated to lunch at Pizza Inn.  The treat was a reward for WSS students who showed growth on last May’s state tests.  According to Principal Charlie Parkerson, of the 240 students...

In the movie, “Despicable Me” (which is one of my favorites), the girls ask Gru if they can have pizza for supper with “stuffed crust” and everyone dreamily says “stuffed crust.” That’s how my husband, Pepper, feels about pizza, and so does...

Officers receive training

Winona Police Department officers received training in using the new E-Citation system recently purchased by the City of Winona. Lt. Calvin Mangum with the Mississippi Highway Patrol trained Winona officers at the Med-Stat training facility on October 11, 2017, on how to use the equipment.

How do you eat your pizza?

By GWEN SISSON,

In the movie, “Despicable Me” (which is one of my favorites), the girls ask Gru if they can have pizza for supper with “stuffed crust” and everyone dreamily says “stuffed crust.” That’s how my husband, Pepper, feels about pizza, and so does Tracie Cunningham. She said she is a “huge crust fan!”

Tourism award

Winona Main Street and the City of Winona received the 2017 Mississippi Research-in-Action Award for the Pines Region at the Mississippi Governor’s Conference on Tourism last week.  The award was for the postive campaign the Winona Main Street and the City of Winona initiated to get the two percent tourism tax passed in the city last summer.  R

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