JACKSON -- The fourth annual “Women in Rotary” celebration and awards luncheon was recently held at the Country Club of Jackson. The event coincided with the traditional March 8th International Women’s Day and showcased the thirty-year worldwide history of Women in Rotary.
The Winona Mayor and Board of Aldermen have plans to pave Powell Street, from the railroad tracks on the east side of Highway 51 all the way to Barron Street, the south side of Barron Street to Dennis Street, Dennis Street from Barron to Cemetery Lane, and Cemetery Lane back to Powell. This project will be paid for in part by $300,000 designat
Each and every year, the staff at The Winona Times and The Conservative honor up-and-coming business leaders with our Top 20 under 40 awards. With some help from the community, we select our 20 young leaders and feature them and their accomplishments in our annual Profile edition set to published at the end of this month.
Springtime reminds me of my mother. That is probably because the flowers are in bloom, and Momma loved cutting fresh flowers and creating beautiful arrangements around our home and at our church. From last frost to first frost, there were always fresh flowers on our dining room table and on the alter at Eudora Presbyterian Church – lovingly h
Five incumbents are running unopposed in this year’s Montgomery County election. Chancery Clerk Ryan Wood, Coroner Allan Pratt, District 1 Supervisor Keith McGee, District 4 Supervisor Ron Wood, and District 2 Montgomery County Justice Court Judge Larry Bamberg did not draw opponents for this year’s election.
The field is set in the 2019 county and state election, as qualifying ended Friday evening at 5 p.m.
It is official. Longtime Town Clerk Linda McGregor is retiring after more than 30 years of service to Carroll County and the Town of Carrollton.
McGregor was honored with a reception at Carrollton Town Hall Sunday afternoon, and dozens of well-wishers packed the building for the occasion.
Qualifying for the 2019 general election ends tomorrow at 5 p.m., and according to Montgomery County Circuit Clerk Lanelle Martin, she expects more to qualify before the deadline based on those who have picked up qualifying paperwork in her office.