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A bail hearing has been set for Curtis Giovanni Flowers in Montgomery County Circuit Court, however, the time and location of the hearing has been changed.
JACKSON – Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) crews are preparing for potential winter weather conditions as a cold front moves through Mississippi December 10 and 11.
We all know and love that little green capped bottle of spicy goodness!  Hot sauce, like Tabasco or Louisiana-brand hot sauce, is actually fermented peppers with vinegar added.  Pickled corn is a
WINONA – Thanks to the efforts of a group of people participating in the St.
Becky Shaw and Marsha DuPriest decorate the tree for Cherokee Rose Garden Club for Evergreen Cemetery’s Festival of Trees at the Carrollton Masonic Lodge

What's Happening Nov. 15-17

FRIDAY FOOTBALL!

Winona Christian School Stars will take on the Indianola Academy Colonels at 7 p.m. in Winona.

Carroll Academy Rebels will take on the Greenville St. Joseph High School Fighting Irish at 7 p.m. in Greenville.

Saturday Happenings

Black Hawk School Singing




Veteran Salute

Members of Carroll Academy's Student Council placed a commemorative wreath at the Carroll County Courthouse Veterans Monument on Veterans Day.







Veteran Salute

Attendees of the Montgomery County Veterans Day service stand at attention as Ethan Bailey played taps, honoring those who have served in the war and returned home and those who served and never made it home.  


Officials break ground on Stribling project

By LAKEADRA COFFEY,

Over 20 years after Stribling Industries of Greenwood purchased property beside the Pilot Truck Stop in Winona, officials with Stribling Equipment and Empire Trucks, all of the Montgomery County Supervisors and Chancery Clerk Ryan Woods, Mayor Jerry Flowers, Clerk June Williams, and all five of the city’s aldermen along with Peoples Constructio




Parade will be Dec. 2

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

WINONA -- Continuing the celebration of Winona Astronaut Donald Peterson, who was honored last month, Winona’s annual Christmas Parade will be “out of this world.”

According to Winona Main Street Director Sue Stidham, the parade will be held on Monday, December 2, 2019, at 7 p.m.


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