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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.

Sunday Happenings

The rain didn’t stop the Vaiden Beautification Committee’s political rally. It was held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 9 at the Vaiden Children’s Park.

The 2019 Northwest District 4-H Horse Show took place June 6-7 at the Montgomery County Coliseum for the first time in show history.

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...

Under Construction

The Carroll County bridge crew is reassembling a bridge on County Road 70 that was closed recently due to disrepair.  This bridge is one of several bridges closed until repairs can be made.










Soldiers honored

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Members and families of  Battery B, 2nd, 114th Field Artillery, headquartered in Winona and Kosciusko were honored Saturday with a dinner, entertainment, and children’s activities at the National Guard Armory in Winona.  According to organizer and Family Readiness volunteer Calbrina Woods, the celebration was planned to give the troops a specia


Geese preparing to head south for winter

By RICHARD COOPER,

Editor’s note: Former Carroll County Extension Agent Richard Cooper was a longtime columnist with The Conservative as the county agent and later under the header of “Richard’s Rovings.”  Recently, his daughter Linda Perkins discovered a box of his columns from the 1950s and 1960s.  Seeing the relevance of his words today, The Conservative will





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