Two Carroll County students received scholarships on behalf of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors and the Mississippi Association of Supervisors. Jeb Beck of Carroll Academy and Makenzie Weeks of Winona High School were the recipients of two $500 scholarships from the board.
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Winona Mayor Jerry Flowers, members of the Winona Fire Department, the Winona Police Department, and the Mississippi Highway Patrol saluted Senator Thad Cochran’s funeral procession as it traveled south on Interstate 55 Monday morning to the Mississippi State Capitol.
WINONA – A local man is facing charges in connection with a May 19 shooting on Greensboro Street.
Kentarius Hobbs, 20, of Winona, who is facing aggravated assault charges, appeared before Winona City Judge Alan D. Lancaster Tuesday for a preliminary hearing.
The Town of Vaiden is making their adult entertainment ordinance stricter in the event another venue is located in the town. Aldermen voted to increase the fees and fines on the adult entertainment ordinance and move the location of the clubs to an area in Vaiden’s Industrial Park.
Winona quarterback Andarious Coffey went to the Ole Miss football camp this past weekend.
It didn’t take head coach Matt Luke long to call Winona head coach Joey Tompkins and ask him about Coffey, who is the first player to be featured in The Winona Times Top 11 Players to watch for the upcoming football season.
Several J.Z. George students have the opportunity to compete on the national level of the SkillsUSA competition, which will take place June 24 through the 29 in Louisville, Ky. Alex Zuniga, Patrick Roy and Gustavo Flores will compete against other teams through the 50 states during the competition.