For anyone who wants to know where a candidate stands and wants a chance to pick their brains, there’s an opportunity for you to come out and meet the hopefuls wanting to lead Carroll and Montgomery counties, on the local and statewide level for the next four years.
CARROLLTON-- With the end of the school year, brings about a shift. Teachers may leave for a new job, which will bring in a new teacher and a new way of learning. But, for Marshall, the 2019-2020 year will bring a new administrator.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn about fruit trees – what’s the best climate, best soil, what grows best here in Mississippi -- then Larry Stephenson of Southern Cultured Orchard in Carroll County is the guy you want to meet.
As the primary gets closer, many groups are planning rallies to help voters to hear from the various candidates and make informed decisions in August and again in November. This year’s election will determine who will be the next sheriff, chancery clerk, circuit clerk, coroner, county prosecutor, supervisors, tax assessor and collector, judges
As many began their day on May 2, others will gather to cover them in prayer during the National Day of Prayer. There will be three services in Montgomery County, including two services at Christ’s Cross – one at 7:30 p.m. service and a 9:30 a.m. service.
A teacher has one of the hardest jobs in one of the hardest fields. Teachers shape the minds of the youngest citizens; they can push future doctors, lawyers, artists and even future teachers to do and be the best people they can be.