Winona Head Football Coach Joey Tompkins and Winona Elementary School teacher Amber Austin were crowned this year’s Charity Ball King and Queen at the annual Charity Ball, presented by the Junior Auxiliary of Winona, held Saturday evening at Cotesworth Culture and Heritage Center in Carrollton.
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A Vaiden man will face a Montgomery County Grand Jury for child molestation.
Justin Cooper, 30, of Vaiden is charged with molesting a child for lustful purposes in connection with incidents that occurred in Winona between December 15 and 18.
Circuit Court Judge George Mitchell accepted plea bargains Tuesday in Montgomery County Circuit Court.
WINONA – Two Vaiden men are facing felony charges for allegedly robbing a Winona family at their home.
Latravian “Trey” Martiz Green is charged with armed robbery and burglary with intent to terrorize. Tyvon Hammer is charged with armed robbery.
A special Community Good Friday program will be held on Friday, March 30 at 6 p.m. at the base of Christ’s Cross at the Crossroads, located on Brother Johnny Walker Drive at the Highway 82 and Interstate 55 interchange. The Rev. Philip McRae will deliver the message with special music by Benny Rigby and Rev.
WINONA – A man is facing charges for purposefully setting fire to a duplex apartment.
Lamarcus Hune, 33, of Winona is charged with two counts of arson in connection with a January 7 fire at 1104A North Union and 1104B North Union.
Two Winona teens have been charged with 25 counts of commercial burglary.
River Lee, 18, of Winona and a 16-year-old juvenile have been arrested and charged with burglarizing 25 units at Winona Mini Storage located on Highway 82 east of Highway 51 in Winona.
STARKVILLE -- A student in Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art and Design is being honored by one of the world’s top design publications.