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From left: Donna Yowell, executive director of Mississippi Urban Forest Council, Mississippi Municipal League President and French Camp Mayor Glen Barlow, and North Carrollton Mayor Ken Strachan recently announced that the Town of North Carrollton has partnered with the Mississippi Urban Forest Council and received daffodils under the Bloom To
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 the first meeting of 2019 Tuesday night, attorney Lane Greenlee administered the oath of office to Brandye Brannon (left) and Jill Greenlee White (right), newly-elected members of the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District.
WINONA – After four decades of prosecuting cases for Montgomery County, Lane Greenlee will retire at the end of 2019.
Last week, Greenlee announced his decision not to seek an 11th term as county prosecuting attorney.
Carsen Lee, Hayden Lee, Hadley Ferguson, Lillie Acey, Garrett Lee, and Addi Wade have a little fun while waiting to ring in 2019 Monday night at Carrollton Baptist Church. For more photos, see page 13.
Christy Noah of Vaiden, longtime Carroll County election commissioner, has qualified to run for the position of Carroll County Chancery Clerk on the Democratic ticket.
“I am committed to this community and dedicated to progress,” Noah said. “I think I’m the right person in the right season for the right reason.”