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I went shopping with my wife recently. I walked around the store with her for about five to ten minutes, and as usual, I got bored and started to ramble. I do that a lot when we go shopping. I found myself in the pharmacy section and saw that there was an automatic blood pressure machine.
The first meeting of the Poplar Creek Homemakers Club was hosted by Katie Burns, on January 10, 2018. Seven members, Katie Burns, Joanne Pace, Ruby Eunice Grant, Frances Jenkins, Virginia Pace, Lesa Bingham, and Becky Wilson were present.
Homeowners have until April 1 to file for a homestead exemption, which mayhelp lower their annual tax bills.
People qualify by owning and living on the property.
One may be eligible for tax exemption if they meet the following requirements: Applicants must be considered head of a family.
The Winona-Montgomery County Library is proud to be a recipient of the Pilcrow Foundation’s Children’s Book Project Grant. This grant is a two to one matching grant, and we are very thankful to the Winona Friends of the Library for being our sponsor.
In the two games they got to play last week, Carroll swept Central Holmes but dropped both games to Marshall.
Against Central Holmes, the Rebels got a late free throw from Morgan Mims to take a 36-35 win while the Lady Rebels took a 37-24 win.
The Winona Christian School Lady Stars grabbed two big wins last week as they downed Benton 43-24 and Jackson Victors 49-41.
The Stars also grabbed a 56-29 win over Benton in district play while falling 63-48 to the Victors on Friday night.
Highway commissioner Dick Hall has been a voice in the wilderness, crying to make Mississippi’s crooked roads into straight paths.
It’s not worked so far, despite strong support from our state’s business community and an undeniable need.