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Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, consumer fears of food and supply shortages have caused some people to horde items like toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and hand sanitizer.  It has al
When Governor Tate Reeves issued his shelter-in-place order last week, I was relieved. 
Montgomery County Emergency Operations Director Allan Pratt provided answers to questions about the current shelter-in-place order signed by Governor Tate Reeves on Wednesday.  
I know everyone is enjoying spending time with their family. Here are a few recipes I thought you could easily make with ingredients you have at home.
NORTH CARROLLTON – Despite these challenging times, life continues, and Americans are faced with adapting to a new normal.  Children are being taught at home.  Families are worshipping in their li

Runoff election postponed


The republican primary run-off for the 2nd Congressional District republican race between Thomas Carey and Brian Flowers has been postponed until June 23, 2020 in an effort to keep down the spread of COVID-19 also known as the Coronavirus.

The primary election was initially set for Tuesday, March 31.

Stay calm and carry on


I am not in a panic in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and I encourage everyone else to remain calm and take the necessary precautions as we flatten the curve on COVID-19.

As a hand-wringing worrier, deciding not to panic is a pretty big deal for me, especially when it comes to illness.

THMH: 26 tested, five positive for coronavirus


WINONA – As of mid-day Tuesday, the Mississippi Department of Health is reporting that there are two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Montgomery County.  However, according to officials at Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital, a total of five tests for coronavirus performed at Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital have come back positive for the virus.



Grace E. Voorhees, 91, of Carthage, former long time resident of Vaiden, passed away peacefully on... READ MORE