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As summer gets into full swing, most kids are spending their days having fun doing nothing, but for those participating in the Summer Feeding Program, sponsored by Blessings for All Empowered by Faith, learned a valuable lesson – not everyone is as fortunate as they are.
Plans may be in the works to turn the former Montgomery County Elementary School into a possible drug and rehabilitation center, but that’s all contingent on the decision of the Winona-Montgomery County Consolidated School District board.
A Montgomery County church was broken into Friday evening, and Montgomery County deputies are working to find the culprit.
According to Montgomery County Sheriff Bubba Nix, Eskridge Baptist Church was burglarized last Friday afternoon. Nix said a church member drove by the church and discovered the back door kicked in.
A Carrollton man is back in Carroll County to face charges of grand larceny.
According to Carroll County Sheriff Clint Walker, James Clark Holloway is being held in the Carroll Montgomery Regional Correctional Facility in Vaiden after being charged with grand larceny.
After losing my father in 2018, I thought every Father’s Day after would be unbearable. Last year, the very first Father’s Day without Daddy, I was sad that he was no longer here, but he left my sisters and me with a lifetime of memories and lessons to help us carry on without him.
Winona Christian School football coach and athletic director Junior Graham will be one of five honorees inducted into the Mississippi Association of Coaches on June 21 at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson.
Joining Graham are Ken Bramlett, Geary Jackson, M.C. Miller, and Kenny Robinson.
It didn’t take Winona’s An’Darius Coffey long to make up his mind about where he wanted to play college football.
Coffey went to Ole Miss’ football camp this two weeks ago and the Rebels offered him a scholarship on June 2. Coffey then visited the school with his mother last Wednesday and made his commitment official later that day.