Titus Braboy with the United States Census Atlanta Regional Office spoke with the Carroll County Board of Supervisors Monday morning in Carrollton. Braboy told the supervisors how important it is to ensure everyone in Carroll County is counted in the upcoming Census and what Supervisors can do to help.
If you have an unpaid bill in a municipality or a county, your state income tax return may be garnished to pay off the debt.
However, before municipalities and counties act on it, they want to be sure they completely understand the law as written.
All roads lead to Avalon as many music lovers will travel to the home of Mississippi John Hurt to celebrate the Mississippi John Hurt Festival Saturday Oct. 5 and Sunday Oct. 6
This year’s curator is Taj Mahal. Hurt said Taj Mahal is a well-known, renowned musician who met her grandfather when he was 19-years-old.
Saturday, breast cancer fighters, survivors, their families, coworkers, friends and the family and friends honoring those who won their battle with cancer will Paint Winona Pink.
After years of fundraising, planning and wondering when it was going to come to fruition, the members of the Lodi-Minerva Road Volunteer Fire Department Board of Directors and the residents of Lodi and Minerva are starting to see the fruits of their labor.
A Winona native has successfully defended her dissertation and can now add a Ph.D behind her name. Dr. Charnecca Danielle Barnes of Cleveland and formerly of Winona, successfully defended her dissertation on Friday, September 13, 2019.
The Mississippi Department of Education released its 2019-2020 accountability scores to statewide media Monday afternoon, and Carroll County Superintendent Billy Joe Ferguson was right. At the district’s regular board meeting, he predicted the district would receive a D rating.