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A Montgomery County child is in critical condition at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson after he was attacked by six dogs while riding his bike Friday afternoon on Sawyer...

During the Patriots' Luncheon at the113th State Conference of the Mississippi State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Carroll Academy Student Council Association, sponsored...

Rain, rain, rain will it ever go away?

Melinda Sanders Alderman is seeking the post of Carroll County Tax Assessor/Collector, and she has qualified to run on the Democratic ticket.

Patrick Roy, a 17-year-old junior from J.Z. George High School, has always had a fondness for art. It’s in his blood.

Laurie Middleton Lockett has qualified to seek the office of Montgomery County Tax Assessor/Collector.  She is running on the Democratic ticket.




Board discusses Powell Street paving project

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

The Winona Mayor and Board of Aldermen have plans to pave Powell Street, from the railroad tracks on the east side of Highway 51 all the way to Barron Street, the south side of Barron Street to Dennis Street, Dennis Street from Barron to Cemetery Lane, and Cemetery Lane back to Powell.  This project will be paid for in part by $300,000 designat


Your local newspaper is important to every county

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Each and every year, the staff at The Winona Times and The Conservative honor up-and-coming business leaders with our Top 20 under 40 awards.  With some help from the community, we select our 20 young leaders and feature them and their accomplishments in our annual Profile edition set to published at the end of this month.



From Momma’s table to yours

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Springtime reminds me of my mother.  That is probably because the flowers are in bloom, and Momma loved cutting fresh flowers and creating beautiful arrangements around our home and at our church.  From last frost to first frost, there were always fresh flowers on our dining room table and on the alter at Eudora Presbyterian Church – lovingly h


Timber!

Crews from C&C Tree Service and Carroll County Beat 2 remove trees from a bank that washed out last week during heavy rains.  A portion of Washington Street, from College Street, to the Carroll Academy gymnasium has been closed for safety precautions until the bank can be cleared.  Beat 2 Supervisor Terry Brown and the Town of Carrollton ar






Board requests emergency declaration after floods

By LAKEADRA COFFEY,

In his first official act as the new Carroll County Emergency Management Director, Ken Strachan updated supervisors on the aftermath of five days of heavy rains that caused water to flood roads, roads to wash out, widespread flooding and mudslides.

Strachan said from Tuesday to Saturday, the county saw almost 10 inches of rain.



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