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The decades-long tradition continued this past Sunday at the Carroll County Tabernacle in North Carrollton on the banks of the Big Sand Creek with the Fourth of July Community Worship Service. This year the Carrollton and North Carrollton United Methodist churches were presenting the service with Rev.
The Vaiden Beautification Committee was awarded the 2019 City Spirit Award for a city under 10,000 by the Mississippi Municipal League. The committee won for the work over the past year. Pictured are: Alderman Curtis Meeks, Alderwoman Lesia Hemphill, Sandra Hull, Mayor Mel Hawthorne, Greta Purnell and Alderman Theodore Purnell.
Community Fourth of July Service Sunday morning at the Carroll County Tabernacle in North Carrollton. Rev. Ed Saunders, pastor of Carrollton-North Carrollton Methodist Churches delivered the message.: Attendance Sunday morning at the Tabernacle in North Carrollton for the Fourth of July community worship service near Big Sand Creek.
JACKSON – Fourteen Mississippi counties will share $75,000 in grants for projects to make them more attractive to companies looking to expand or locate new facilities.
Editor’s Note: Winona Times and The Conservative intern Savannah Burnett will feature a place or event each week through July as part of her Summer Spotlight series. Burnett can provide you the ins and outs of what is going on this summer in Carroll and Montgomery counties.
Recently, a new sight has popped up in downtown Winona.
The Montgomery County Voters’ League Political Rally wasn’t your typical rally. It was designed to see how candidates thought on their feet and how they handled being under pressure – and the League accomplished its goal.
The group held its political rally Saturday, June 29 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Montgomery County Courthouse.