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KILMICHAEL – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department apprehended a man Sunday night who is wanted in Tennessee for first degree murder and attempted murder.
According to Montgomery County Sheriff Jeff Tompkins, Marcus Holman, 32, was arrested at a residence in Kilmichael just before 6 p.m. tonight.
Winona native J. Colt Tabor is announcing his intention to run for mayor of the City of Winona in the 2021 municipal election.
“My late grandfather, John M Tabor, Jr., known by most as ‘Johnny,’ was the owner of Tabor Brothers Auto Supply Company and Central Automotive Warehouse,” said Tabor.
The Town of Vaiden is looking into a water rate increase for any business with a two-inch water meter. Mayor Mel Hawthorne said the Town of Vaiden was awarded a $450,000 Community Block Development Grant. However, because of the pea sized gravel that has been in the water, it’s caused problems at the town’s lagoon.
Chancellor Joseph Kilgore administered the oath of office for Carroll County’s elected officials on January 3, 2020, before a packed courtroom in the Montgomery County Courthouse, with family and friends of the officials joining the occasion in support. Above: The Carroll County Board of Supervisors with its newest member, Josh Hurst, who was
Following last Tuesday’s swearing-in ceremony in the Montgomery County courtroom, the newly-elected officials gathered for a photograph. Pictured are (seated) Chancery Clerk Ryan Wood, District 5 Supervisor Ronald White, District 4 Supervisor Ron Wood, District 3 Supervisor Willie Earl Townsend, Jr., District 2 Supervisor Edwin Taylor, Distric
The newly-elected and re-elected Carroll County Board of Supervisors held its first meeting of 2020 Monday morning in Carrollton. The board welcomed new board member Josh Hurst, representing Beat 2, and new Chancery Clerk Casey Carpenter.
District Attorney Doug Evans has voluntarily recused himself from the future prosecution of Curtis Giovanni Flowers, and he has asked the court to appoint the Mississippi Attorney General’s office as lead prosecutor on the case.