The Mississippi Department of Education released its 2019-2020 accountability scores to statewide media Monday afternoon, and Carroll County Superintendent Billy Joe Ferguson was right. At the district’s regular board meeting, he predicted the district would receive a D rating.
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Residents in Carroll County will see no mileage increase for the upcoming 2020 fiscal year.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing and a special called meeting on Thursday, Sept. 12 at 9 a.m. in Carrollton. During the meeting, the board approved its 2020 budget.
Molly Tompkins, a ninth grader at Winona High School, read Froggy’s Lemonade Stand to Mrs. Austin’s and Mrs.
Edd Lee Collins, Jr. is seeking the position of District 1 Justice Court Judge for Montgomery County. He qualified as an independent and will be on the November 5 ballot.
WINONA – Several defendants recently indicted by a Montgomery County Grand Jury came before Circuit Judge Joseph Loper, Jr. for arraignments Tuesday morning. The fall term of Montgomery County Circuit Court will begin on October 7.
A Winona teen was indicted by a Montgomery County Grand Jury for first degree murder, and his brother was indicted on accessory after the fact in connection with the July 5, 2018, shooting death of a 16-year-old boy.
After its first year as one school district, the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District received a D accountability rating from the Mississippi Department of Education. The rating is based scores from state tests taken last spring for the 2018-2019 school year.
In the 54 years he has driven a school bus in Montgomery County, William "Weedie" McChristion has seen it all -- from segregation to integration to two more consolidations. What started as a way to get a little extra money while still in high school, turned into a large part of who he is and one of the biggest blessings for many who he has bus