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The United States Supreme Court ruled Friday to overturn a conviction against Curtis Flowers, a man accused of killing four people inside of Tardy Funiture Store in 1996.

Friday Happenings

Vacation Bible Schools

Longtime Carroll County Tax Assessor/Collector Wilton A. Neal is seeking re-election in the upcoming election.

Football players from Greenwood High School are on the mend as they recover from injuries sustained in a one-vehicle bus accident Monday afternoon near McCarley Junction in Carroll County.

Cory Clay is somewhat of a Renaissance man on the J.Z. George campus.

It’s hard for Clay not to stand out as he is 6-feet tall and weighs 323 pounds.

MCCARLEY – Monday afternoon, a Greenwood Public School District bus carrying football players and coaches westbound on Highway 82 overturned in McCarley.




Spotlight: Southern Forests

JACKSON – Mississippi landowners Ken Martin, president and CEO of Cato-based logging company Mar-Cal Inc., and Vickie Roberts Ratliff, a fourth-generation timberland owner from Winona, are two of nine forestry professionals featured in the Southern Group of State Foresters’ (SGSF) new regional series of videos, People of Forestry, designed to i




Another try at improvement

By WYATT EMMERICH,

The beauty of the New Year is our momentary hope that we can actually do better.
It is the same in sports. In football, you hope the second half will be a turnaround. In tennis, the next set will be better than the first. In golf, there’s always the chance to improve on the back nine.





Tigers prepping for 2018

By LAURENCE HILLIARD,

With more than a week to prepare for it's next game, Winona boys basketball coach Presley Coleman is hopeful the Tigers will finally be able to secure a first win of the season. Following the Christmas break, Winona will begin MHSAA Region 2-2A play Tuesday with a home game against Leflore County.





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