After receiving a letter from the Carroll County Board of Supervisors Board Attorney Kevin Horan canceling her lease for the Carrollton Family Clinic, nurse practitioner Kara McKay-White posted the letter on Facebook informing her patients of the change, and that she is seeking a temporary location.
Sometimes, we all need to do something to show a little kindness towards someone else. For some, November and December can be a bit of a slump and for some hard to get over, but students, faculty, teachers and staff at Marshall Elementary are choosing everyday to be kind throughout the month of November.
Voters in Beat 5 of Carroll County – which includes only residents of East Vaiden and West Vaiden – will go to the polls on November 26 for a run-off election in the Beat 5 Election Commissioners’ race. Voters will decide between Jackie L. McKinney and Lesa Clark-Fetcher.
The surgeons are in, prepared for brain surgery, and ready to fix Mr. Sheep and Ms. Lamb up. But, it’s okay, don’t be afraid -- these fifth graders really know their stuff! Let the surgery begin, the surgeons are in!
Carroll County School District wants the community to know, even though their accountability rating from the Mississippi Department of Education reflects a D, J.Z. George is not a D school, and the district is doing much better than perceived. A computing error made by district officials cost J.Z.
A Winona man is facing three felony charges in connection with a shooting which occurred on October 25.
Christopher Olton, 42, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, shooting into a dwelling and possession of a weapon by a felon.
Over 20 years after Stribling Industries of Greenwood purchased property beside the Pilot Truck Stop in Winona, officials with Stribling Equipment and Empire Trucks, all of the Montgomery County Supervisors and Chancery Clerk Ryan Woods, Mayor Jerry Flowers, Clerk June Williams, and all five of the city’s aldermen along with Peoples Constructio
The Winona Ministerial Alliance (WMA) will have its annual community Thanksgiving service on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. This year’s host church will be Moore Memorial United Methodist Church. The service will be held in the sanctuary and the meal will be in the Family Life Center.
A Winona man had his case continued after Judge Alan D. Lancaster said he wanted to deliberate on whether a school resource officer was acting in his official capacity or as a private citizen during an altercation at Pilot Truck Stop.