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Growing up in Eudora, we went to the grocery store once a week. My sisters and I were given strict instructions not to let go of the buggy, and we didn’t. 
Duck Hill’s newest alderwoman Shernell Brown-Everett was sworn in Monday, Feb. 10 at 5:30 p.m. before the Town of Duck Hill Board of Aldermen meeting.
A Choctaw County man is being held on a $1 million bond for the shooting death of Jimmy Threadgill two weeks ago.
WINONA – Winona Secondary School will be getting a facelift, but it is far from just cosmetic.  The savings on utilities is expected to pay for the work.
Winona High School’s Adavion Hargrove recently signed a letter of intent to play football for Northeast Mississippi Community College in Booneville.


Welcome, y'all!

From left, members of the Lott family admire a new sign announcing the historic community of Jefferson near Liberty Baptist Church.  Howard Lott of Dripping Springs, Texas, Roger Lott of Duck Hill and Beat 1 Supervisor Jim Neill, who had the new Jefferson Community sign made and installed.



CA JR HIgh Student Council gives back

Members of Carroll Academy's Middle School Student Council, sponsored as the Douglas Carroll Junior American Citizens by Third Arrow Chapter, Mississippi Society Daughters of the American Revolution, donated food items, helped prepare plates and served area "shut-ins" with the ladies of  "Women on Mission" at the North Carrollton Baptist Church




Sheriff urges state to support regional jails

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Carroll County Sheriff Clint Walker said the state’s reaction to the Mississippi Sheriff’s Association request for increased prisoner placements in regional jails has perplexed him since returning from Monday’s meeting at the Capitol with representatives from the Mississippi Department of Corrections and the Mississippi Legislature.




Skills USA Winners

By BECKY DEES,

Students from the Winona Career and Technical Center competed against students statewide in the SkillsUSA State Competition held April 10-11 at locations in Jackson and Pearl.  Students competing in Skills USA represented Winona High School and Winona Christian School and Montgomery, Carroll, and Attala counties.  Winners from SkillsUSA State c






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