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In 1983 the New York Times newspaper food columnist, Marian Burros, published a recipe for her “Plum Torte.”  It became the most famous recipe ever printed in the New York Times.
The Towns of Carrollton and North Carrollton joined with local churches again this year to host Trunk or Treat around the historic Carrollton Square on Halloween night.  Above: Friends Lora Cain,
Casey Carpenter will be Carroll County’s next Chancery Clerk.  The Democratic candidate in Tuesday’s General Election, Carpenter received 69.4 percent of the vote.
According to organizer Calbrina Woods, approximately 1,600 people turned out for the second annual Winona Fall Festival and Trunk or Treat on Halloween night in downtown Winona.  Local businesses,
WINONA – The Board of Aldermen awarded the bid for the city’s $1.2 million bond bill to Trustmark Bank.  Trustmark submitted the lowest net interest rate of the three bids at 2.695269 percent.








Meet the Rebels

The Carroll Academy Varsity Dance Team are all smiles at Meet the Rebels, held last Thursday night.  Dancers pictured are (front, left to right) Madison Collet, Kaylee Ferguson, (second row) Gracie Turner, Gabby Denton, Hannah Campbell, Layla Hall, Shelby Littleton, Mary Katherine Hill, (back)  Chessa Colvin, and Keeleigh Carpenter.  Bottom: Ja






Meet the Stars

The Winona Christian cheerleaders show their Star Spirit at Tuesday’s Meet the Stars event, held in the school’s gymnasium.  Pictured are (from left) Carlyn White, Swayze Marquerdt, Lennie Kate Wood, and  K.K. Mullins.


Meet the TIgers

The Winona High School cheerleaders get the crowd on their feet at Monday night’s Meet the Tigers, held at Tiger Stadium.  Pictured are (from left) Cristina Seals, Mason Boyette, Tyra Weathersby, Lana Branch, and Haylan White.


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Obituaries

Joe Terrell Tenhet, 58, of Memphis, Tenn., passed away Friday, October 4, 2019, at Methodist... READ MORE