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The 2019 Winona Christian School Homecoming Court includes senior maids, McKinley Ingram, Caylon Marlow, Sara Burden White and Hope Pierce; junior maids, Madyson Leach and Ashleigh Parkinson; sophomore maids, Alaina Dendy and Avery Lowery, freshmen maids, Autum Lishman and Avery Scott Wood; eighth grade maids, Kaylah Brooke Varnes and Lennie Ka
Brunswick stew was a favorite dish for my Daddy to cook. He would save up squirrels in the freezer and when he had enough, he’d call his buddies and their families over for a “stew cookin’,”an all-day outdoor event in the Fall involving a propane burner, a huge black iron pot and a wooden paddle for stirring.
CARROLLTON -- Ten years ago, Desiree Corley was enjoying what most would consider the happiest time of her life when she received the most devasting news of her life – a breast cancer diagnosis. The devastation was short lived because a few days earlier, she received the best news of her life – that she was e
Plans to build a clock tower at the intersection of Summit and Front streets in downtown Winona has taken another step toward reality. The project received a Small Municipality Grant in the amount of $150,000 from the Mississippi Development Authority this week.
WINONA – Montgomery County was awarded a Small Municipality Grant for $75,000 from the Mississippi Development Authority to go toward the construction of a covered open-air arena at the Montgomery County Coliseum.
Chancery Clerk Ryan Wood announced the award at Monday’s meeting of the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors.
The Foundry Church in Winona will begin Celebrate Recovery, a 12-step, Christ-centered program, on October 14.
According to Rita Eldridge, Celebrate Recovery’s women’s leader, the program differs from Alcoholics Anonymous because it doesn’t just focus on addiction.
In January 1972, 20 elected Montgomery County officials and Mrs. Clara Dotson, serving as an appointed tax assessor, were sworn into office to serve. Out of the 20 elected officials, only one is still living –former constable George Jones.
WINONA – A Greenwood man remains in critical condition after being shot multiple times at a Winona restaurant.
Taurice Johnson, 40, of Greenwood remains in intensive care at the University of Mississippi Medical Center after being shot four times while dining with his wife at Waffle House in Winona early Sunday morning.