MCCARLEY – Monday afternoon, a Greenwood Public School District bus carrying football players... READ MORE
ln each year in Carrollton is one of my favorite fundraisers to attend all year. Not only do you get to taste a variety of soups, you return home with a nifty book of every receipt, hopefully a door prize, and maybe a little locally-made art.
Part five of the “Live Your Resolutions” series.
According to Statistica, the fourth leading New Year’s resolution of Americans is to save more and spend less, with more than 55 million Americans having no money in savings and 157 million of Americans carrying a debt of some kind (source CNBC).
WINONA – At Montgomery County Supervisor District 3 Willie Earl Townsend, Jr., made a motion to change a portion of Spring Hill Road to Youngs Chapel Road, however, the motion died for the lack of a second due to uncertainty of the expense to make the change.
WINONA – The board of aldermen are currently mulling proposed changes to the city’s burn ordinance.
According to City Attorney Ray Baum, proposed amendments to the ordinance include increasing the penalties on a first offense to a $500 fine and up to five days in jail and $1,000 and up to 30 days in jail for a second offense.
In his third week with Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital, new chief administrative officer Sean Johnson is spending time getting to know his staff and the community.
“I’ve spent time with each department,” Johnson said. “I provided a list of questions to my eight managers to learn more about them and their thoughts about the hospital.”