With 28 days to the Aug. 6 primary, candidates are kicking it into high gear hitting the ground as hard as they can to meet all the constituents they can, with the goal of seeing the checkmark by their name on the projector screen at the Montgomery County courthouse on election night.
Mary Young, former mayor of Kilmichael, addressed the Kilmichael Board of Aldermen during their meeting Tuesday night. Young previously addressed the board at their June meeting after Mayor Bobby Howell told the board about a potential drug and alcohol rehabilitation coming to Kilmichael.
Grenada woman whose mother lives in Duck Hill wants the Town of Duck Hill to reimburse her for the cost of two tires after she hit a pothole which according to her was “big enough to put a baby and a baby crib inside” twice on Mother’s Day. She has requested the town pay for the repairs to her car.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisor received some good news: although Class A, B and C timber dropped four percent, the overall assessed value of real and personal property increased by $432,567 between 2019 and 2018.
The Carroll County School District is purchasing three new buses to replace three of their buses that are old and in disrepair. Superintendent Billy Joe told board members they took the buses to Waters Truck and Tractor in Kosciusko.
The Montgomery County Voters’ League Political Rally wasn’t your typical rally. It was designed to see how candidates thought on their feet and how they handled being under pressure – and the League accomplished its goal.
The group held its political rally Saturday, June 29 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Montgomery County Courthouse.
A Winona woman’s case was dismissed after it was discovered she didn’t know that her dog was loose until she received a text message that he was shot.
Amanda Lane was charged with allowing Tyler, her Corgie-Fiest mix, to roam free, which is a violation of Winona’s dog ordinance.