At age 17, Megan Welsh got hooked on painkillers, which led to her heroin addiction. She became homeless and lost custody of her two children. Four years ago, after a fight with the alcoholic father of her children, she violated her probation by kicking out a police car door window.
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The Carrollton/ North Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department recently held its annual Firemen’s Ball at the Carrollton Community House. Several local county officials and residents attended the banquet. All proceeds from the night went to help fund the fire department.
Those who believe Roy Moore’s Senate campaign in Alabama has been sunk by allegations of sexual misconduct when he was in his 30s are forgetting one thing.
Christians have an incredible capacity to compartmentalize when it’s politically or personally convenient.
With the busiest holiday season of the year upon us, we will begin to see an uptick in the number of solicitations for charitable contributions.
There are many worthy causes, for sure, but use caution when trying to decide which ones to support.
WINONA -- The Montgomery County School Board voted to appoint Dr. Wendy Hubbard as the new superintendent of education. Hubbard will take the place of James Johnson-Waldington, who resigned the post to take the helm at Leflore County Schools.
The North Mississippi Veterans Memorial Cemetery hosted this year’s Veterans Day Service for Montgomery County Saturday morning. Cemetery director Mark Lawson led the service which also featured Janie Beth McRae singing the National Anthem, special music by Bennie Rigby, and a keynote address by Pastor Mark Williamson of Winona Baptist Church.
JACKSON (AP) — The Mississippi Supreme Court is again affirming the death sentence for a man convicted of killing four people at a furniture store.
Justices on Thursday said they found no racial prejudice in the way jurors were chosen.