DUCK HILL -- When many heard the Bogue Creek Festival was returning, many vendors got on board. Miranda Dean, secretary for the Red Hill Volunteer Fire Department, said they’re anticipating the festival to be big and the crowd to be bigger.
Today's Top Stories
One of the neatest things I’ve ever come across in the cooking/canning world has been pressure canning raw meat.
I live nowhere close to a grocery store, so our meat either has to be used fresh, or we freeze it to be used at a later date. Freezing meat is great, until you realize you forgot to leave it out to thaw.
After turning down the position as pastor of Carrollton Baptist Church twice, Dr. Gary Roberson said accepted the role, saying he felt the opportunity would not present itself again. He took over the pastoral position at Carrollton Baptist on July 14, 2019.
Curtis Flowers will get a new trial.
The Mississippi Supreme Court reversed and remanded Flowers’ conviction and death sentence handed down by a Montgomery County Jury in 2010, and remanded the case to the Montgomery County Circuit Court for a seventh trial.
VAIDEN -- Telecommunications in Carroll County, depending on the service provider, can be nonexistent. But, the Carroll County Board of Supervisors is working to see if it can get things changes and give some relief to residents.
The Mississippi Department of Education released its 2019-2020 Benchmark test results last week to statewide media outlets. The accountability scores – whether a district scored a A, B, C, D or F -- won’t be released until sometime in October.
Casey Carpenter will move on to November’s General Election in his race for the Carroll County Chancery Clerk seat, as he defeated challenger Christy Noah in Tuesday’s runoff election.
Carpenter, 38, received 1,716 votes to Noah’s 1,064 votes.