I grew up in “Sextonville.” My grandparents lived on one side and my Aunt Jean and Uncle Carl lived on the other. Aunt Gaye Gaye and Uncle Tommy were behind us; my Aunt Pete lived on the other side of my grandparents, and my Aunt Emma and Uncle Sanford lived next door to her. And so on and so on.
WINONA – A local man is facing charges in connection with a May 19 shooting on Greensboro Street.
Kentarius Hobbs, 20, of Winona, who is facing aggravated assault charges, appeared before Winona City Judge Alan D. Lancaster Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
WINONA – Currently, 33 third graders at Winona Elementary School are awaiting the results of a re-test of Mississippi’s third grade reading assessment after falling short of the passing threshold earlier this spring.
Last Saturday night, the inaugural class of seniors from the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated High School, formerly the Montgomery County School District and the Winona Separate School District, graduated before stands packed with family and friends in Tiger Stadium.
The Winona Board of Aldermen elected to hire Jackson attorney Brad Davis to represent the city in regards to the proposed Tax Increment Finance (TIF) plan for a new retail development at the intersection of Interstate 55 and Highway 82.
In my 25 years as a registered voter, this is only the second time I have been notified for jury duty. The first time I was summoned, I was leaving for my honeymoon that very day. But this time, I was free to serve.