Carroll County School Board looked a little different at their October monthly board meeting, with a packed house of supporters came as their children were recognized as being students of the month at J.Z. George High School and Marshall Elementary.
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Sara Burden White, escorted by her father Jason White, was crowned the 2019 Winona Christian School Homecoming Queen last Friday night on Stars Field. The Whites are pictured with Winona Christian Headmaster Jimmy Pittman, 2018 Homecoming Queen Jacey Eldridge, flower girl Addy Rose Harbin; and crown bearer, Colton Watson.
Gracie Turner was crowned 2019 Homecoming Queen last Friday night on Gordon Field. She was escorted by her father, Dent Turner,. Also pictured is Sandy Rhea Tackett, 2018 Homecoming Queen; Penny Mitchell, Head of School; Brycen Sprayberry; Mary Presley Williams,;Madelyn Allen; Gage Scott; and Cole Wilson
A Winona man will serve six years in prison for aggravated assault.
Jermie Jackson was found guilty of assaulting Krystal Hill, a former girlfriend, by a Montgomery County jury Monday afternoon. Hill suffered a broken arm in the assault.
WINONA – A Choctaw County man pleaded guilty Wednesday of robbing the Renasant Bank on Summit Street in Winona on September 23, 2016.
John Michael Jackson, 50, of Ackerman pleaded guilty to robbery in Carroll County Circuit Court before Judge Joseph Loper, Jr. He was represented by Kosciusko attorney Richard Carter.
The Winona Pride Marching Band, directed by James Bailey, received an overall rating of two on a scale of one to four, with one being superior, in Saturday’s State Regional Marching Festival held in Grenada. Congratulations Winona Pride!
Modern Woodman of America is sponsoring the annual scarecrow decorating contest, and judging will be October 25.
Many area businesses and organizations have already planning their scarecrows or already have them on display.
The Winona Board of Aldermen further discussed a proposed $1.2 million general obligation bond to fund the installation of artificial turf at the city’s recreational park and the purchase street paving equipment.