WINONA -- The Montgomery County School Board voted to appoint Dr. Wendy Hubbard as the new superintendent of education. Hubbard will take the place of James Johnson-Waldington, who resigned the post to take the helm at Leflore County Schools.
The North Mississippi Veterans Memorial Cemetery hosted this year’s Veterans Day Service for Montgomery County Saturday morning. Cemetery director Mark Lawson led the service which also featured Janie Beth McRae singing the National Anthem, special music by Bennie Rigby, and a keynote address by Pastor Mark Williamson of Winona Baptist Church.
The Winona Tigers are the 2A-2 District Champions following a 40-17 routing of East Webster Wolverines Friday night in Winona. The Tigers finished the regular season 7-3 and 3-1 in district play.
According to Head Coach Joey Tompkins, the Winona has only won the district title one other time in the last 15 years -- 2008.
The Winona High School Tigers brought home a big win last Friday night as they defeated Calhoun City 31-20.
The Tigers, now 6-3 for the season and 2-1 in division play, may have come into the match as the underdog to the defending state champion Wildcats, but Head Coach Joey Tompkins said he knew his Tigers were contenders.
Players, coaches, and cheerleaders from both Carroll Academy and Winona Christian School joined together after Friday night’s game for a prayer for Jacob Randall, a Carroll Academy senior and football player who was killed last week in a car accident.
WINONA – Just days from burying their friend, Jacob Randall, the Carroll Academy Rebels and the Winona Christian School Stars came together not just for their annual rivalry game, but as a community supporting one another in grief.
Members and families of Battery B, 2nd, 114th Field Artillery, headquartered in Winona and Kosciusko were honored Saturday with a dinner, entertainment, and children’s activities at the National Guard Armory in Winona. According to organizer and Family Readiness volunteer Calbrina Woods, the celebration was planned to give the troops a specia
Did you know that you have a better chance of getting hit with space junk falling from the sky than getting a hole-in-one? The even and under for getting struck with a piece of falling satellite is one in 3,200. A hole-in-one? One in 12,500.