Today's Top Stories
Brian Rigby was just 18 years old when his mother, Carmen Rigby, and three other people were murdered at Tardy Furniture Store on July 16, 1996.
“When I was 36, I realized that I had lived half my life with my mom and half my life without my mom,” Rigby said. “I’m 41 now.”
A Winona woman’s case was dismissed after it was discovered she didn’t know that her dog was loose until she received a text message that he was shot.
Amanda Lane was charged with allowing Tyler, her Corgie-Fiest mix, to roam free, which is a violation of Winona’s dog ordinance.
Last Wednesday night storms brought downed trees and power lines in Montgomery and Carroll Counties.
Heavy rains and wind caused a tree to fall on an apartment unit on North Union Street, and two vehicles ran into downed trees that were across the road in Carroll County.
The Winona Times and The Conservative newspapers were among Mississippi newspapers receiving editorial awards during the annual convention of the Mississippi Press Association June 22 in Biloxi.
It took Winona’s Blake Cooper awhile to figure out what was necessary to get onto the high school football field.
But once he did, Cooper made an impact for the Tigers, making him one of the Top 11 Players to Watch for the upcoming football season.
The United States Supreme Court ruled Friday to overturn a conviction against Curtis Flowers, a man accused of killing four people inside of Tardy Funiture Store in 1996. In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that District Attorney Doug Evans prevented African Americans from serving on the jury.
Vacation Bible Schools
Haven Memorial United Methodist Church will have its Vacation Bible School Monday, June 17 through Friday, June 21 from 4:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. For more information, call Tela Collins at 662-417-1565.