Today's Top Stories
OXFORD – JaTyler Moore's high school football career at Winona had just ended with a 41-26 loss to Taylorsville in the MHSAA Class 2A State Championship game. Standing on the Vaught-Hemingway field, the runner-up medallion hanging from his neck, there were tears in Moore's eyes as he answered questions courteously, but in hushed tones.
Sam Howell gave me his cellphone number over a decade ago when I first began my service as Carroll County’s Coroner/Medical Examiner Investigator. It came with a message, “don’t hesitate to call when you need our help.” It turned out to be a valuable number and message from the director of the state crime lab.
OXFORD – All that stood between Winona and an MHSAA Class 2A State Football Championship on Friday afternoon was Taylorsville freshman quarterback Ty Keyes. And he stood tall, guiding the Tartars to a 41-26 win on the turf at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
Carrollton is getting into the Christmas spirit this Saturday with several Christmas-themed events going on throughout the day. First, Carroll Academy’s Playground Committee is hosting its 3rd annual Donuts with Santa event at the Carrollton Community House from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Almost in scripted fashion for the second consecutive week, JaTyler Moore delivered another game-winning pass to Jay Lofton in the final seconds Friday, this time giving the Winona Tigers their first North State Championship, after a roller coaster emotional battle culminating in a 22-14 win over Calhoun City’s Wildcats.
The Christmas season is upon us, and that means throwing up the tree, going to see Christmas lights, and down here in the South, possibly running the air conditioner during the duration of our celebration. Most importantly, it is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.