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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.
Attendees of the Montgomery County Veterans Day service stand at attention as Ethan Bailey played taps, honoring those who have served in the war and returned home and those who served and never made it home.
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
WINONA – Today is the official start of the holiday season in Montgomery County. The annual Christmas Open House for Winona retailers begins today with deep discounts, festive refreshments, and loads of Christmas cheer.
WINONA -- Continuing the celebration of Winona Astronaut Donald Peterson, who was honored last month, Winona’s annual Christmas Parade will be “out of this world.”
According to Winona Main Street Director Sue Stidham, the parade will be held on Monday, December 2, 2019, at 7 p.m.
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.
An idea found on Pinterest has turned into a way transition students at J.Z. George High School can learn social skills, business skills, how to create interpersonal relationships with students, teachers and staff, and allow teachers to take a break and enjoy a cup of coffee or a cinnamon roll before getting back to teaching.
In 1983 the New York Times newspaper food columnist, Marian Burros, published a recipe for her “Plum Torte.” It became the most famous recipe ever printed in the New York Times. It is so very good, so very adaptable and so very easy.