A dam breach at a watershed lake in Carroll County is under control, with water no longer spilling out of a break approximately seven feet from the top of the 25-foot dam.
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JACKSON – The Mississippi Legislature passed two bills which lawmakers hope will fund the state’s aging roads and bridges.
WINONA – The proposed city budget includes a millage increase to offset the revenue loss caused when Walmart shut its doors last January.
In Tuesday night’s meeting of the Winona Mayor and Board of Aldermen, a public hearing was held to get citizen feedback on the proposed 2.3 mill increase in the fiscal year 2018-2019 city budget.
The town of Kilmichael is in the process of finalizing its 2018-2019 fiscal year budget.
Tuesday night, the board of aldermen held its budget meeting for their upcoming fiscal year, which will go into effect on Oct. 1.
When it's time for a sweet treat, look for seasonal goodies that complement fun fall activities. For example, reach for an option like whole-grain, fluffy and crisp popcorn which can be an easy, DIY snack.
Combine sweet and salty flavors to create something delicious to devour like delightful Down Home Apple Pie Popcorn.
If you’ve ever driven down Highway 407 or Highway 51 recently during school traffic at Winona Elementary School, you may have seen Officer Orlando Bolden directing traffic in his own personal style. To most people, Bolden is known as the dancing cop.
Winona broke open a close game with two fourth quarter touchdowns on its way to a 33-23 victory over previously unbeaten Nanih Waiya. It was a reversal of last year when Nanih Waiya beat the Tigers 48-28 on its way to the 1A championship game.
The loss ended Nanih Waiya's 25-game regular season winning streak.
Winona Christian football coach Junior Graham knew the matchup with Central Holmes was a critical one.
In a back-and-forth contest, the Stars scored last as they took a 20-12 win over Central Holmes in a key District 1-AA contest.
Upon retirement, some people dream of being able to travel freely and enjoy the fruits of their years of working. Some retirees dream of retiring and enjoying life with their friend.
A group of retired educators from the Carroll County School District are doing both as part a group the formed, known as the Retiree Sisterhood.