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After being idle for nearly a month, The Montgomery County boys and girls basketball teams played were set to play first games of 2018 against MHSAA 2-2A foe McAdams Tuesday and have home games scheduled for Thursday and Friday against Nanih Waiya and Coffeeville.
The J.Z. George Jaguars battled back from a 21-point deficit in the fourth quarter to fall just short in a 73-68 loss to Charleston in prep basketball action.
The game was tied at 16-16 after the first quarter. The Jaguars outscored Charleston 16-15 in the second quarter and led 32-31 at the half.
Heading into the season, Winona Christian School boys coach Keith Ware said Marshall Academy was the favorite to win the district.
But after a tough 55-51 loss to the Patriots last week, Ware said the district is still up for a grabs.
As the New Year begins, most people make resolutions -- lose weight, save money, get organized.
For some, a slow cooker and even the new InstaPot is a lifesaver. I am not an InstaPot user just yet, but from what I see on social media, it is the best invention since the microwave.
Bro. Wilton Neal was recently honored with a reception at North Carrollton Baptist Church recognizing 45 years of service as music director. He retired from being the music director the first of January. He was presented a plaque in honor of his service to the church by Rev. Keith Ramage, pastor of the church.
Friends of the Winona-Montgomery County Library currently have a used book sale table set up in the foyer of the library. The table includes discarded books and books that have been donated to the Friends of the Library organization. Prices range from $.25 to $2. All proceeds from the sale will benefit Winona-Montgomery County Friends of the
The Winona boys soccer team dropped a 3-0 match to Strayhorn and had two contests called off due to winter weather.
“Defensively, we're playing better, but we were not able to contrlo the ball to get shots on goal,” said coach Mark Austin. He said defender Garrett Ables had a strong game.