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Workers with the Mississippi Department of Transportation are pictured as they dig out a drain on Highway 82 that began to overflow and flood the road.

A resident on County Road 148 had to be evacuated from her home Tuesday due to heavy flooding around her home.  According to Beat 4 Supervisor Claude Fluker, water was almost to her doorstep by...

A steep bank gives way to heavy rains in Carrollton Tuesday afternoon, at the corner of Washington and College Streets, near the Carroll Academy Gym.

The Carroll County Board of Supervisors are still mulling over whether or not to adopt a tethering law in the county.

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Donna Gregg Harper of McCarley has qualified to run as an independent for the office of Carroll County Tax Assessor/Collector.




Woods is a National Merit Finalist

Winona Secondary School senior, Joseph Woods, has advanced to Finalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Joseph was among 16,000 Semifinalists who were announced back in September and invited to compete for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million to be offered this spring.


WHS receives PREPS award

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

WINONA – The Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools (PREPS, Inc.), Mississippi’s only statewide educational consortium, announced that Winona High School was a 2018 Value-Added Award recipients.  The school will be one of those honored at an awards luncheon and ceremony to be held Monday, February 26 at the Jackson Hilton during









Winona native receives Keep America Beautiful’s Iron Eyes Cody award

By SPECIAL TO THE WINONA TIMES,

Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s iconic community improvement nonprofit organization celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2018, recently presented Ron Aldridge with its Iron Eyes Cody Award in recognition of his decades of community service devoted to advancing Mississippi as a cleaner, greener and more beautiful state.



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