The community is invited to a reception honoring retiring Town Clerk Linda McGregor on Sunday, February 24, at 3 pm, at the Carrollton Town Hall.
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The Vaiden Community Living Center crowned its king and queen of the Valentine’s Day ball. The event was held Thursday, Feb. 14, and members of the court celebrated with family members and friends.
Life Connections Coordinator Debra Austin said the Valentine’s Day court has been at the nursing home for 10 years.
If you’re looking for a way to de-stress during the work week, life is beating you down, and you need a way to breathe, the Winona-Montgomery Library has a solution for you – its Adult Coloring class. Yes, I said an adult coloring class.
A resident on County Road 148 had to be evacuated from her home Tuesday due to heavy flooding around her home. According to Beat 4 Supervisor Claude Fluker, water was almost to her doorstep by mid-day Tuesday.
A steep bank gives way to heavy rains in Carrollton Tuesday afternoon, at the corner of Washington and College Streets, near the Carroll Academy Gym. Pictured: Beat One employee Alan Jackson clears mud and trees from road with Large John Deere tractor.
Sign up is underway as the 2019 summer league kicks off at the Carroll County Recreational Park. During a straight line storm, the park sustained some damage but work has been done almost around the clock to ensure the park is up and running for the kickoff of the 2019 Summer League season.
J.Z. George High School students attended the Region 2 skills USA Competition recently, and (above) Payton Jenkins and Will Turner both finished third place in Carpentry. They will both move on to the state level of competition. For more winners, see page 16.
Donna Gregg Harper of McCarley has qualified to run as an independent for the office of Carroll County Tax Assessor/Collector.
The Carroll County School Board is considering what is it that they are looking for when hiring a new superintendent. The board decided to hold a separate meeting to discuss a possible search.
Board member Donnie Wiltshire said he wanted the board to think about what they really wanted in a superintendent and come back with ideas.