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The Montgomery County boys basketball team improved to 11-3 last week with wins over French Camp 71-43 and Noxapater 58-40, pushing the team's winning streak to seven.
“We're playing pretty well offensively,” said coach Frank Miller. “We're playing well together. We're hitting some crucial shots. We just have to keep pressing on.”
During my earlier years, growing up and staying some of the summer with my grandmother, our telephone or communication device was feet. If they needed help from a neighbor, my granddaddy would just walk to his house and tell them. If time was allotted, then a postcard would do the trick.
WINONA – Winona Elementary School teacher Deanna Lowery was named Winona School District’s 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at Tuesday’s meeting of the Winona School Board.
Granted, words are cheap, and too often President Donald Trump uses the wrong ones. But give him credit for using the right ones Saturday during his controversial appearance at the dedication of two new museums in Jackson.
I can almost smell those hamburgers cooking 65 years later.
Roy Miller operated what could be called a cafe adjacent to the campus of the then location of Petal High School.
His main menu was hamburgers and soft drinks. It may have been his only fare, as I don’t recall ever eating anything else there.
The staff of The Winona Times and The Conservative shared a few of their favorite holiday recipes.
German Chocolate Cake
1 pkg. (4 oz.) Baker’s German Chocolate
1/2 cup water
4 eggs, separated
2 cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt
1 cup butter, softened
2 cups sugar
The Montgomery County boys basketball team used “small ball” to claim the championship trophy at the Winona Tournament this past weekend. Decoreyon Small totaled 89 points in victories over J.Z. George, Eupora and Winona.
A perfectly executed out-of-bounds play enabled the Winona girls basketball team to edge Eupora 41-40 at a tournament hosted by Winona this past weekend. The Lady Tigers also defeated J.Z. George 67-22, but were beaten by Montgomery County 41-37 during the tournament, leaving the team with a 5-6 record.