The Winona Police Department hosted Coffee with Cops yesterday morning at Honest Abe’s Donuts in Winona. Citizens were invited to get to know their local law enforcement officers from the Winona Police Department, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, troopers from the Mississippi Highway Patrol, and Mont
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JACKSON – Two bills have been introduced, one in the House of Representatives and one in the Mississippi Senate, to amend the current school consolidation legislation that created the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District. The bills propose amending the makeup of the district’s board of trustees to be made up of all elected members, v
“Bring forth the blind people that have eyes, and the deaf that have ears. Let all the nations be gathered together, and let the people be assembled: who among them can declare this, and shew us former things? Let them bring forth their witnesses, that they may be justified: or let them hear, and say, It is truth.
Currently, two bills have been introduced in the Mississippi Legislature that aim to change the current makeup of the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School Board of Trustees. Currently, the board is made up of two members elected from outside the corporate city limits of Winona and three members appointed by the Winona Board of Aldermen. The
Growing up in Eudora, we went to the grocery store once a week. My sisters and I were given strict instructions not to let go of the buggy, and we didn’t.
We also never put anything that was not on the list in the buggy. Momma always had a menu planned. She had a list. She had a budget.
School districts receive funding from state, local, and federal sources. Schools depend on these funds to provide the students of our communities with an education that will allow them to lead productive lives in a competitive world.
According to a recent Gallop poll, in 2019, more Americans visited a public library than to a movie theatre.
“Visiting the local library remains by far the most common cultural activity Americans engage in,” the website Literary Hub stated.
Duck Hill’s newest alderwoman Shernell Brown-Everett was sworn in Monday, Feb. 10 at 5:30 p.m. before the Town of Duck Hill Board of Aldermen meeting. Brown-Everett is pictured with Board attorney Adam Kirk.
A Choctaw County man is being held on a $1 million bond for the shooting death of Jimmy Threadgill two weeks ago.
Charles Anthony Cox, 40, is being held in the Choctaw-Winston Regional Correctional Facility near Louisville after being arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with Threadgill’s death.