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WINONA – The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors and the Winona Board of Aldermen agreed to participate in a tax increment finance, or TIF, plan to provide infrastructure improvements for an $8 million business development proposed for the southwestern corner of Highway 82 and Interstate 55. The TIF plan will provide $1.5 million in street,
This week, Montgomery County and the City of Winona pledged their support of a tax increment financing plan (TIF) to assist an $8 million development of a heavy equipment dealer and a semi-truck dealership and service center on the southwest corner of Highway 82 and Interstate 55. The development will bring 163 construction jobs to the area fo
Seshadrial Miers, 27, of Duck Hill, known by many as Sha, has taken a crippling autoimmune disease that could’ve defeated her and turned it into a way to educate and encourage others in the fight.
“A lot of people tell me that I encourage them, but just by me talking to them, they encourage me,” Miers said.
Currently in the peak of tornado season, it’s important that everyone from the youngest citizens to adults learn about the importance of being prepared when severe weather strikes. Thursday, students at Carroll Academy learned about emergency disaster preparedness.
A three-person team of Winona Career and Technical Center students won first place and a $1,000 prize in the Building Futures Construction Competition, held April 10, 2019, during the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation SkillsUSA State Competition held at the Mississippi Trade Mart in Jackson.