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.
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During my time as county coroner and in municipal government, I have witnessed many times how first responders put their lives on the line everyday in protecting neighborhoods and families. It is essential that they can fulfill their mission of saving lives.
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
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.
Now that central Mississippi has become downright arctic, all I can think about is something warm and inviting and served in a bowl.
I love soup. Even in the heat of the summer, I can eat a steaming bowl of potato soup, topped with crispy bacon and shredded cheese.
On December 15, 2017, the Winona Rotary Club held its regular Friday noon meeting at the Pizza Inn. President Jonathan Graves presided. Twenty-three members and two guests were present. Cody Toth introduced his uncle, Lt. Col. Joelee Sessions, as his program.
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.
While the Winona Christian boys were struggling in fourth periods, the Lady Stars were picking up a win.
The Stars lost two games at the Columbus Christian tournament after leading both games in the fourth period, falling 47-36 to Nanih Waiya and 48-41 to Columbus.
Montgomery County senior Decoreyon Small has a routine when he steps to the free throw line.
“I dribble with my right hand three times. Go to my left hand and dribble two times, then back to my right, one more dribble and I shoot.”