CARROLLTON --- With Christy Noah’s resignation as Beat 5 election commissioner, a special election must be held to fill her unexpired term and someone must be appointed before the election to fill the vacancy to help prepare for the primary election in August.
Possibly dividing J.Z. George High School into J.Z. George Middle School and J.Z. George High School and cutting back football coaches were some of the hot topics during the first board meeting of 2019 for the Carroll County School Board.
First Families and Central Mississippi Inc. [CMI] have teamed up to ensure that students who dropped out of school, weren’t able to pass their GED, or were not able to finish high school for other reasons achieve their high school diplomas.
The field is deepening in Carroll County with challengers filing qualifying paperwork this week.
As of press time Wednesday, multiple candidates have qualified to run for the offices of sheriff, chancery clerk, supervisor- Beat 1, both Northern and Southern District justice court judge, and Constable, Southern District.
At their end of the month meeting, held December 27 in Vaiden, the Carroll County Board of Supervisors learned of the pending retirements for two county officials.
Emergency Management Director Gayle Beard announced to the board that she would retire at the end of 2018. The board accepted her letter of retirement.