A Montgomery County child is in critical condition at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson after he was attacked by six dogs while riding his bike Friday afternoon on Sawyer...
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According to the Center for Disease Control, the number of adult smokers in America continues to drop, from 20.9 percent in 2005 to 15.5 percent in 2016. That is around 38 million smokers.
Early in his coaching career a young Junior Graham gathered some words of wisdom from veteran Weir head coach Joe Gant.
He told Graham, now the head coach at Winona Christian School, that the key to winning football games was twofold. One was to keep it simple and two was to get your kids to play hard.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors are now taking under advisement a new LED light proposal from Entergy. Spencer Robinson and Adam Kennedy spoke to the board Monday morning in Vaiden about the possibility of the company coming in and switching over lights in county owned buildings to LED.
For 20 plus years, Sandy Williams worked as an administrative assistant with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality in Oxford. Williams, who’s originally from Carrollton, recently retired and wanted to do something different for a change.
The town of Kilmichael is working toward resolving its dog problem, but the solution may be just temporary.
Mayor Bobby Howell and many others in the boardroom have complaints of dogs that wander around the neighborhood, some terrorizing people.
Incumbent Carroll County Beat 1 Supervisor Jim Neill has qualified for re-election on the Democratic ticket. Neill is currently in his fourth year of his first term as supervisor, and he is proud of what has been accomplished in Carroll County since 2016.
A Carroll County man was killed Monday evening in a house fire.
According to Carroll County Sheriff Clint Walker, the emergency operations center dispatched fire and police units to the reports of a fire at 282 County Road 286. The home was fully-engulfed and spreading toward the woods by the time rescue crews arrived.
ln each year in Carrollton is one of my favorite fundraisers to attend all year. Not only do you get to taste a variety of soups, you return home with a nifty book of every receipt, hopefully a door prize, and maybe a little locally-made art.