A large oak tree crashed to the ground Monday afternoon, totaling at least two vehicles in its wake.
According to Reba Bailey, owner of Tanglewood in Carrollton (at the corner of Washington and College Streets), around 3:30 p.m. Monday, she and her husband, Steve, heard a commotion outside the house.
The Mississippi Attorney General’s office has weighed in on the Montgomery County School District’s recent appeal of actions taken by the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School Board, as well as the injunction filed by the district questioning the constitutionality of the Mississippi Legislature’s consolidation statute which is currently awaitin
For Winona’s Chris McRae, running wasn’t something he did prior to his time in the military. However, today, running is part of McRae’s everyday life – saying his treks through the city of Winona almost daily are like “therapy” in his busy life.
Next Monday, just before dawn, guardsmen from the Mississippi National Guard 2-114th Bravo Battery Field Artillery will leave the armories in Winona and Kosciusko for more than a year of overseas deployment.
Approximately 85 guardsmen from Winona and Kosciusko armories will be deploying. Their destination has not been disclosed.
The Montgomery County School District has filed an appeal challenging decisions made by the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School Board at its February 13 meeting. One of those decisions was the appointment of Dr. Teresa Jackson as the superintendent of education for the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School District (WMCSD).
Questions about how much money will actually be saved by consolidating Winona Separate School District and Montgomery County School District were finally answered on February 27 at a meeting of the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School District (WMCSD).
WINONA – A non-profit organization working to bring awareness to drug addiction and recovery is asking the Winona Board of Aldermen to pass an ordinance banning the sale of drug paraphernalia in the city limits, and at last week’s regular meeting, the board passed a unanimous vote of support to move forward with passing the ordinance.
The Town of Duck Hill was recently selected as one of six communities in nine states to receive a two-year grant to mitigate flooding from storm water runoff, improve the health and quality of life for its residents, and increase social and economic opportunities in the town.