Brenda King has served the people of Carroll County as a Deputy Circuit Clerk for 27 and a half years. She began working part-time in December 1991 and became full-time in March 1992.
Residents in Carrollton will vote on a two percent tourism tax on Nov. 5 at the Carrollton Town Hall, which if passed, a two cents tax will be placed on every dollar spent on prepared food and beverage sold within the city limits. The proceeds will benefit tourism, recreation, and parks in Carrollton.
Central Mississippi, Inc. held a breast cancer awareness program and 5K Walk on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. The speakers for the event were Freddie Johnson-White, founder of the Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation and Barbara Young, a four time cancer survivor from Holmes County and a worker with the Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation.
If you walk into God’s House of Hope of Kilmichael now, it’s a different place. The yellow walls and green trim have replaced with gray walls and décor with a rustic feel. Rooms that once held eager students, now soon be home to those seeking a life away from addiction.
Carroll County School Board looked a little different at their October monthly board meeting, with a packed house of supporters came as their children were recognized as being students of the month at J.Z. George High School and Marshall Elementary.
Modern Woodman of America is sponsoring the annual scarecrow decorating contest, and judging will be October 25.
Many area businesses and organizations have already planning their scarecrows or already have them on display.