The Carroll County School District heard from new assistant superintendent and special education director, Dr. Wendy Hubbard, as she laid out the district Instructional Management Plan. The board unanimously approved the plan. Hubbard told the board the plan was needed as part of their accreditation.
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The Carroll Academy Varsity Dance Team are all smiles at Meet the Rebels, held last Thursday night. Dancers pictured are (front, left to right) Madison Collet, Kaylee Ferguson, (second row) Gracie Turner, Gabby Denton, Hannah Campbell, Layla Hall, Shelby Littleton, Mary Katherine Hill, (back) Chessa Colvin, and Keeleigh Carpenter. Bottom: Ja
Students at J.Z. George High School are in their first full week of classes and are getting back into the swing of school. As doors opened on Wednesday, Aug. 7, students were met with shiny floors, clean classrooms, and positive affirmations as they began each day.
The Winona Christian cheerleaders show their Star Spirit at Tuesday’s Meet the Stars event, held in the school’s gymnasium. Pictured are (from left) Carlyn White, Swayze Marquerdt, Lennie Kate Wood, and K.K. Mullins.
The Winona High School cheerleaders get the crowd on their feet at Monday night’s Meet the Tigers, held at Tiger Stadium. Pictured are (from left) Cristina Seals, Mason Boyette, Tyra Weathersby, Lana Branch, and Haylan White.
Officers from the Winona Police Department foiled a burglary in progress last week.
According to Winona Chief of Police Tommy Bibbs, Captain Calvin Robinson and Officer Orlando Bolden responded to a call in the early morning hours on Thursday, August 8 at El Cabrito Mexican Restaurant in Winona.
WINONA – The Board of Aldermen are mulling over a possible water rate increase due to a shortfall in the water budget.
According to JoJo Grammer of Mississippi Rural Water Association, the City of Winona has a $118,272.44 shortfall in its budget. The city has not raised water rates since 2011.
WINONA – Montgomery County law enforcement officers and first responders will go through a Mississippi Homeland Security-led training which will focus on active shooters in public places.
Children in Carroll and Montgomery counties are nearing the end of their first week of school, and things are getting back into the school-year groove.