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.
Less than 24 hours after a Carroll Academy bus carrying 25 children went down an embankment on Highway 82, Headmistress Penny Mitchell said students, faculty and staff at Carroll Academy are “on the way to mending.”
Many in the area will honor those who served our country and fought for our freedom, those who sacrificed everything – some even sacrificing their lives – so we can enjoy living in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
Residents in Kilmichael will see a 50 cent increase in their garbage bills. The increase will take current bills from $13 to $13.50.
During their Tuesday night board meeting, Mayor Bobby Howell said the increase is because Waste Management increased the town’s rate.
Stephanie Huggins Billingsley took her love for horses and created two sanctuaries dedicated to rescuing horses. Now Billingsley has two sanctuaries, Muleshoe in Coila and Twelve Oaks in Madison.
Billingsley and her organizations, Mississippi Horses, are gearing up for their “Fun in the Country” event.
Straight line winds from a severe thunderstorm have caused power outages and downed power lines throughout North Carrollton – closing schools, damaging some homes, and making it hard for the people and Carroll County Emergency Management Center director to get to work.