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If you do not watch “The Walking Dead,” you cannot come.
June Williams said her sister, Jennifer Mooneyham, didn’t get invited last year because she didn’t watch “The Walking Dead,” so Mooneyham binge watched so she could come this year.
The Carroll County bridge crew is reassembling a bridge on County Road 70 that was closed recently due to disrepair. This bridge is one of several bridges closed until repairs can be made.
The Winona High School Tigers brought home a big win last Friday night as they defeated Calhoun City 31-20.
The Tigers, now 6-3 for the season and 2-1 in division play, may have come into the match as the underdog to the defending state champion Wildcats, but Head Coach Joey Tompkins said he knew his Tigers were contenders.
“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalm 147:3
I felt I couldn’t survive that Friday when we learned that Jon had taken his own life. Four years later, I see how God has comforted, carried, and had compassion on my family and helped us get to this point.
On October 13, 2017 the Winona Rotary Club held its regular Friday noon meeting at the Pizza Inn. President Jonathan Graves presided. Sixteen members and seven guests were present. President Graves presented Paul Bucurel, the Past District Governor of Rotary District 6820, as his program.
WINONA – Just days from burying their friend, Jacob Randall, the Carroll Academy Rebels and the Winona Christian School Stars came together not just for their annual rivalry game, but as a community supporting one another in grief.
Members and families of Battery B, 2nd, 114th Field Artillery, headquartered in Winona and Kosciusko were honored Saturday with a dinner, entertainment, and children’s activities at the National Guard Armory in Winona. According to organizer and Family Readiness volunteer Calbrina Woods, the celebration was planned to give the troops a specia
Editor’s note: Former Carroll County Extension Agent Richard Cooper was a longtime columnist with The Conservative as the county agent and later under the header of “Richard’s Rovings.” Recently, his daughter Linda Perkins discovered a box of his columns from the 1950s and 1960s. Seeing the relevance of his words today, The Conservative will