Today's Top Stories
A Vaiden man is facing charges for molesting a young girl.
Justin Cooper, 30, of Vaiden has been arrested and charged with molesting a child for lustful purposes in connection with incidents that occurred in Winona between December 15 and 18.
WINONA -- Dr. Teresa Jackson, newly-appointed superintendent of education for the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School District, presented projected property tax numbers to fund next year’s consolidated school district to the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors.
WINONA – A Montgomery County Grand Jury handed down an indictment for accused armed robber and kidnapper Christopher Golden of Winona. Golden is facing five felony charges as well as a sentence enhancement for being a habitual offender.
The Winona Christian Stars have had a hard time defending their MAIS AA State baseball Championship this year because of the rain.
The Stars did manage to squeeze in two games last week at the Rush Tournament in Meridian as they lost 10-7 to MHSAA Class 5A Neshoba Central and beat MHSAA Class 3A Choctaw Central 8-1.
You can hear the pride in Rachel Flynn's voice when she talks about her father Shane - "a great dad who was always there for everyone and always made sure to tell me how proud of me he was."
Baked goods are staples at many family gatherings. Whether hosting family for the holidays, reunions or weekly Sunday night dinners, hosts can make dessert that much better by serving this “Blackberry-Ripple Lime Cheesecake” courtesy of Lori Longbotham’s Luscious Creamy Desserts (Chronicle Books).
Blackberry-Ripple Lime Cheesecake
A large oak tree crashed to the ground Monday afternoon, totaling at least two vehicles in its wake.
According to Reba Bailey, owner of Tanglewood in Carrollton (at the corner of Washington and College Streets), around 3:30 p.m. Monday, she and her husband, Steve, heard a commotion outside the house.
The Mississippi Attorney General’s office has weighed in on the Montgomery County School District’s recent appeal of actions taken by the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School Board, as well as the injunction filed by the district questioning the constitutionality of the Mississippi Legislature’s consolidation statute which is currently awaitin