The Winona High School cheerleaders get the crowd on their feet at Monday night’s Meet the Tigers, held at Tiger Stadium. Pictured are (from left) Cristina Seals, Mason Boyette, Tyra Weathersby, Lana Branch, and Haylan White.
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Officers from the Winona Police Department foiled a burglary in progress last week.
According to Winona Chief of Police Tommy Bibbs, Captain Calvin Robinson and Officer Orlando Bolden responded to a call in the early morning hours on Thursday, August 8 at El Cabrito Mexican Restaurant in Winona.
WINONA – The Board of Aldermen are mulling over a possible water rate increase due to a shortfall in the water budget.
According to JoJo Grammer of Mississippi Rural Water Association, the City of Winona has a $118,272.44 shortfall in its budget. The city has not raised water rates since 2011.
WINONA – Montgomery County law enforcement officers and first responders will go through a Mississippi Homeland Security-led training which will focus on active shooters in public places.
Children in Carroll and Montgomery counties are nearing the end of their first week of school, and things are getting back into the school-year groove.
Winona Christian School’s Dalton Wiggins may be one of the most versatile athletes in the MAIS this year.
Wiggins is a four-sport starter for Winona Christian, where he plays football, baseball, basketball and runs track.
On the football field, Wiggins could line up at receiver, running back, quarterback, cornerback or safety.
The last of Tuesday’s ballots have finally been counted.
After all ballots have been counted in Montgomery County, Ronald White unseated Incumbent Janet Roby-Harper by five votes, while two races are going to a run-off on Aug. 27.
White received 283 votes, and Roby-Harper received 277 votes.
Workers are putting the last finishing touches on the new walking track at the Carroll County Recreation Park. Monday during their board meeting in Vaiden, the Carroll County Board of Supervisors voted to name the walking trail at the Carroll County Recreation Park after Mr. George Johnson.
A Winona man will spend 60 days on house arrest for criminal neglect of four horses that were seized from his home on Stafford Wells Loop.
O.G. Johnson was charged with four counts of animal cruelty which stemmed from an incident that occurred Sunday, June 23. He was represented by Grenada attorney Neal Marlow.
In Montgomery County, the Primary Election results are still unofficial, but there will be a run off in the sheriff’s race between incumbent Bubba Nix and challenger Jeff Tompkins. The two will face off on Aug. 27, and the winner will move on to face independent candidate Barry Gregg in the General Election on Nov. 5.