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As part of a lesson on illustrators, Dee Hazelwood’s third grade students from Winona Christian School wrote a story about George ,the dog of Eupora, a quite famous dog around his hometown that even has his own Facebook page, Where’s George?
George can be found most days visiting local businesses in Eupora.
The 2020 A Taste of Soup and Art Exhibit will be held this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The $10 tickets are now available from members of the Antiquities Society or the Carrollton Town Hall.
JACKSON – With the 2020 Legislative Session underway, Representative Karl Oliver (R-Winona) and Senator Lydia Chassaniol (R-Winona) are busy with new challenges and getting to know new faces.
Oliver, who represents House District 46, was named vice-chairman of the Appropriations Committee by Speaker Philip Gun.
One hundred twenty days ago, Amy Coyle and Jennifer Sprayberry, founder and co-founder of God’s House of Hope, purchased the former Montgomery County Elementary School from the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District.
Last Thursday, I was thrilled at the turnout at the first meeting of the Winona Business and Professional Association. Despite the rain and the cold, around 30 people filled the Winona Community House to hear plans to resurrect the association.
WINONA – A group of interested professions met in an effort to resurrect the Winona Business and Professional Association at the Winona Community House on Sterling Avenue. The group adopted proposed bylaws for the organization as well as discussed possible spring events in the City of Winona.