After many special-called executive session meetings for the past five months since the announcement of the a new superintendent search, the Carroll County School Board decided on a new Superintendent pending the acceptance of the offer.
A Winona man was bound over to the action of a Montgomery County Grand Jury for allegedly breaking into Crow’s Nest and taking the cash register and all its contents – just hours after getting out of prison after being convicted for committing the identical crime.
The use of manners, to some, is a lost art. The gripe of the older generation is that the younger generation doesn’t properly use manners and has no respect for others.
In correlation with the Winona Summer Feeding Program, Families First for MS hosted a three-week manners course for the students.
Khalilah Tate is in her first full week as principal of Marshall Elementary School. Tate took over the position after former principal Fletcher Harges took a principal position at Greenwood High School, ironically where Tate is from.
The Bogue Creek Festival is coming back again this year.
Last year, the Duck Hill Lions Club almost hung it up, and it was announced that the festival was coming to an end because members were getting older and it was too much to handle.
The Achieving Sustainability through Education and Economic Development Solutions (ASEEDS) Partnership will convene a two day conference: Acting on Climate Together: Making Duck Hill and Montgomery County More Resilient and Sustainable.
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.