Owners of two clubs in Vaiden came to the board meeting to complain about a suggested ordinance to close clubs early and expressed their unhappiness about the proposed option.
During their October meeting, the board decided to send a letter to the owner of Lucky 13 after several fights broke out at 35/55 Truck Stop.
Two concerned citizens went before the Carroll County Board of Supervisors to complain about two different road problems -- one with no access and one with too much access from 18-wheeler dump trucks.
Dick Lehman and Julie Melton both went before the board in Carrollton on Nov. 5 to complain about road problems.
A concerned citizen is fed up with her water problems and wants the Vaiden Board of Aldermen and Mayor Mel Hawthorne to take some sort of action.
Cassandra Cook went before the Vaiden Board about her water trouble. She said there are times her water is dirty, cloudy, and has a foul odor.
A week after a Carroll Academy bus carrying 25 children went down an embankment on Highway 82, Headmistress Penny Mitchell said students involved in the accident are recovering well, and the rest of the students, faculty and staff at Carroll Academy are “on the way to mending.”
One of the places that was hardest hit during the straight line wind storm in North Carrollton on Nov. 1 was the historic Evergreen Cemetery.
Located on Cemetery Road, just past Marshall Elementary, the cemetery is one of the oldest in the county with graves dating back to the 1800s.
Adam and Randi Blaylock have been on one adventure after another, and the twists and turns, upsides and failures of life have led them to Cross Mountain Ministry, where they serve full-time in Nicaragua.
Adam Blaylock, a native of Winona and a 2000 graduate of Winona High, said he always had a fondness of construction.