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In less than five days, for some, the election will be over, and will campaign on in hopes of winning the General Election. Political candidates are making rounds, shaking hands, posting signs, handing out flyers, kissing babies, and meeting with voters as Election Day closes in on them.
Winona’s Dorian Curry is finding himself in a whole new role for for the Tigers this season.
Curry enters his senior season as one of the leaders of the Winona defense. He will also have to take snaps on the offensive side of the football this year for the Tigers.
Carroll Academy football Coach Bo Milton said quarterback Morgan Mims was his closer last year.
After pounding big fullback Jeb Beck at opposing defenses last year, Milton would often turn to Mims when he needed a big play or to find the end zone.
The Carroll County School Board decided not to request a $45,000 increase in ad valorem taxes that would have raised the millage .67. Now, the board is faced with a looming question, how are they going to pay for the three buses they approved and still have the funds to hire a new superintendent under the budget they approved?
As summer winds down, children –and parents – anxiously await the opening of school doors and happy teachers welcoming them back for their first day of school. And as many parents prepare to shop their school’s supply list for all the needed items, there are two events, one in Duck Hill on July 27 and one happening on Aug.
WINONA – The Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District school board voted to request an increase in ad valorem funding in the amount of $295,000 for the 2019-2020 school year. The increase will be used to fund hiring two school resource officers and a planned objective to increase student proficiency, particularly in third grade reading.