Less than 24 hours after a Carroll Academy bus carrying 25 children went down an embankment on Highway 82, Headmistress Penny Mitchell said students, faculty and staff at Carroll Academy are “on the way to mending.”
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For Vaiden, the second time is the charm. The second date of the Vaiden Heritage Festival turned out better than expected.
The festival, originally planned for Oct. 20, was postponed after it looked like the rain was not moving. After mulling it over, officials decided to have on the 27th instead.
The Montgomery County Farm Bureau office brought the world of Oz to Winona. Pictured are (from left) Chase DeNoon as the Tin Man, Donna Bailey as Dorothy, Theresa Mitchell as the Wicked Witch of the West, and Butler Flowers as the Scarecrow.
Having a working smoke detector is a necessity, but for some that necessity is often put off for financial reasons. However, a local group in Winona are helping people to have new smoke detectors installed in their homes.
My sister, Stephanie, was the master of hiding her vegetables – under her mashed potatoes, in a potted plant near the table, on the floor for the dogs after her peas “fell” off her fork. Even on New Year’s Day when eating black-eyed peas and cabbage prevented a year of bad luck and financial problems, Momma had to count out 12 peas, one for ea
NORTH CARROLLTON – A new owner has taken the helm at Anderson’s Pharmacy, and she is thrilled to be getting to know her Carroll County customers.
“Carroll County has been really welcoming,” Lisa Smith said. “I couldn’t feel more welcomed.”
Running on his home course, Winona junior Carson Holly was the winner of the Region 2-3A cross country meet Monday. He covered the 5,000 meters in 19:35.55, more than half a minute better than runner-up Coulter Clement.