When I was a little girl, my mother served pear salad, a popular recipe from the 1960s that involved a maraschino cherry. Back then, that little cherry made the dish very glamourous, just like my Momma in her strapless kaftans and stylish up-dos.
The North Carrollton Mayor and Board of Aldermen are working to get things done – infrastructure improvements, beautification projects, updates to water and sewer systems. Of course, the one thing that determines what the town can and can’t do moving forward is the same as in most small towns – limited funds.
A Washington County man was returned to Winona to face charges in connection with a stolen excavator.
Kevin Jerome Tharp, 43, of Hollandale was arrested Friday and charged with grand larceny and false pretense in connection with the theft of a Kabota excavator from Winona Tractor in Winona.
The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors have not yet decided on a dangerous dog ordinance, however, they are looking at a possible partnership with the City of Winona.
Board President Keith McGee is expected to speak with Winona Mayor Jerry Flowers on the possibilities of partnering with the city on animal control.
First Baptist Church of Winona is presenting an encore performance of “Bow the Knee,” a musical drama by Chris Machen and directed by Gary Anglin, First Baptist’s music minister, Friday, April 19, 2019, at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary.
The community is mourning the loss of longtime county leader Harvey Overstreet of the Hebron Community, who passed away last week at the age of 90. Funeral services were held Saturday at Hebron Baptist Church, with burial following in the church cemetery.