CARROLLTON --- With Christy Noah’s resignation as Beat 5 election commissioner, a special election must be held to fill her unexpired term and someone must be appointed before the election to...
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I bet 90 percent of Americans start a diet on January 2. Some may only last a day or two and some may find great success.
I have a friend who started a diet as a workplace challenge a few years ago, and she lost more than 100 pounds and has kept it off. She looks and feels amazing.
It was a simple decision for Alex Rawls.
Rawls, who has served as the athletic director, assistant football coach and assistant principal at J.Z. George High School the last 2 1/2 years, resigned from his positions in North Carrollton to join the staff at Eupora High School.
Rawls and his family live in Eupora.
#1 Bridge closings plague Carroll County
Bridge closures plagued Carroll County most of the year, with some closures causing detours and inconveniences to residents, bus routes, and emergency service vehicles.
North Carrollton Mayor Ken Strachan met with Dr. Fletcher Harges, Marshall Elementary School principal, and the fourth grade teachers on Wednesday morning and delivered the Mississippi Municipal League Coloring and Activities Books for Elementary Students.
Loretha Alashay Brown of Grenada, who is facing multiple misdemeanor and felony charges, appeared before Winona Judge Alan D. Lancaster last Thursday in Winona City Court.
Brown was charged felony stalking and felony malicious mischief in connection to incidents that occurred on Wednesday, December 19 and Thursday, December 20.
After more than a year, a ruling has been sent down from the United States District Court’s Northern District regarding a motion for an injunctive relief from the consolidation of the Winona Separate School District and the Montgomery County School District, first filed in November 2017. Judge Neal B.
#1 Winona, Montgomery Schools consolidate