NORTH CARROLLTON – Despite these challenging times, life continues, and Americans are faced with adapting to a new normal. Children are being taught at home. Families are worshipping in their living rooms. Plans are canceled.
Those who have received jury notices for Montgomery County Circuit Court are excused from duty.
According to Montgomery County Circuit Clerk Lanelle Martin, those who have been notified to appear for jury duty in Montgomery County Circuit Court on April 6 are excused.
The dates of the shelter-at-home order were incorrect in our print edition. Please make a note of the correct dates below.
Governor Tate Reeves signed new executive order Wednesday, establishing a statewide shelter-in-place for Mississippi to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health of all who call our state home.
Carroll Academy students picked up educational packets this week to continue learning at home while schools are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Headmaster Penny Mitchell, materials in the packets will be returned each week to be graded, and another packet will be picked up.
Officials in Montgomery County and the City of Winona have put temporary policies in place to keep city and county employees safe and help limit the exposure of the coronavirus in government facilities.
Last week, the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors held a special meeting to discuss ways to limit exposure of the coronavirus.
WINONA – As of press time Wednesday, the Mississippi Department of Health is reporting that there are now four confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Montgomery County. However, according to officials at Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital, a total of five tests for coronavirus performed at Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital have come back positive for the vir