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FRIDAY FOOTBALL: • The Winona High School Tigers will play the Humphrey County High School Cowboys at 7 p.m. in Belzoni.
Sara Burden White, escorted by her father Jason White, was crowned the 2019 Winona Christian School Homecoming Queen last Friday night on Stars Field.  The Whites are pictured with Winona Christia
Gracie Turner was crowned 2019 Homecoming Queen last Friday night on Gordon Field.  She was escorted by her father, Dent Turner,.  Also pictured is Sandy Rhea Tackett, 2018 Homecoming Queen; Penny
The Winona Pride Marching Band, directed by James Bailey, received an overall rating of two on a scale of one to four, with one being superior, in Saturday’s State Regional Marching Festival held
Modern Woodman of America is sponsoring the annual scarecrow decorating contest, and judging will be October 25.

Whatever it takes

By LAKEADRA COFFEY,

“I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” Psalm 121: 1-2

“But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.” Isaiah 53:5








CA Homecoming

The 2019 Carroll Academy Homecoming Court includes (front, from left) Anna Joyce Sanders, Gracie Turner, Layla Hall, (senior maids), (back) Katherine Mullins, seventh grade; Skylar Hodges, eighth grade; Natalie Kelly, ninth grade; Georgia Neill,10th grade; and Hannah Campbell, 11th grade.  The Carroll Academy Homecoming Court will be presented




Star Homecoming

The 2019 Winona Christian School Homecoming Court includes senior maids, McKinley Ingram, Caylon Marlow, Sara Burden White and Hope Pierce; junior maids, Madyson Leach and Ashleigh Parkinson; sophomore maids, Alaina Dendy and Avery Lowery, freshmen maids, Autum Lishman and Avery Scott Wood; eighth grade maids, Kaylah Brooke Varnes and Lennie Ka



Brunswick stew to kick off fall

By REBA BAILEY,

Brunswick stew was a favorite dish for my Daddy to cook.  He would save up squirrels in the freezer and when he had enough, he’d call his buddies and their families over for a “stew cookin’,”an all-day outdoor event in the Fall involving a propane burner, a huge black iron pot and a wooden paddle for stirring. 



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Obituaries

Quentin Kobin Worthy, 62, of Cadaretta, passed away at his home on October 12, 2019 surrounded by... READ MORE