Today's Top Stories
J.Z. George High School announces its homecoming court. The Jaguars will take on Holly Springs 7 p.m. Friday. The homecoming court will be presented at 6 p.m. and the homecoming parade will take place at 11 a.m. in North Carrollton.
Robert Bailey, president emeritus of the G. V. “Sonny” Montgomery Foundation, presented Marcus Lawson, director of the North Mississippi Veterans Cemetery in Kilmichael, with a new golf cart donation. The cemetery uses the golf carts to transport visitors around the facility.
Following a short public hearing Monday morning, the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted to adopt the proposed county budget for fiscal year 2018-2019. The vote was made behind a District 4 Supervisor Ron Wood motion and a District 5 Supervisor Janet Roby-Harper second.
Jessie Mann, the head librarian at the Duck Hill Library, never imagined that she’d go back to work after working 40 years and retiring in 2000. However, in 2009, after volunteering at the library, she accepted the position of librarian and returned to the workforce.
Carroll Academy’s season-opening winning streak was put to a severe test on Friday night at Newton County Academy in Decatur.
Winona Christian football coach Junior Graham didn’t necessarily like playing back-to-back division games this early in the season.
But now that the Stars came through that stretch with two wins and stand atop the division standings, he isn’t complaining.
J.Z. George head coach Ben Burton didn't expect his team to be 0-4 at this point in the season as the Jaguars prepare to host Holly Springs High School Friday at 7 p.m. in North Carrollton.
The season is a long way from being over, especially since Region 3-3A play doesn't start until Sept. 28.