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Beat 2 Carroll County Supervisor Terry Brown is currently seeking re-election to a second term in August’s Democratic Primary. 
This is part one of two in the series, Dip into summer. Summer vacation is winding down, with schools starting back in just three weeks.  But there is still fun to be had.
Renee Holman’s career in dance will take an intermission, as she focuses on her twin high school-age daughters in the coming years.  Holman announced she would retire as dance teacher at Carroll A
Friday, when the news that Fred’s Dollar Store in Winona was set to permanently close in 30 days, the community response ranged from outrage to deep concerns about the future of Winona.
The use of manners, to some, is a lost art. The gripe of the older generation is that the younger generation doesn’t properly use manners and has no respect for others.

County, city agree to TIF plan for new development

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

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,






TIF program great incentive for business

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

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


Raising awareness

By LAKEADRA COFFEY,

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.








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