Rubye Miller is a wealth of knowledge, and it shows as you tour her home, going room by room through her Black History exhibit, while maintaining the charm and uniqueness of her 113-year-old stone home – appropriately named “The Heritage House.”
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WINONA – Those living outside a municipality in Montgomery County will soon have a new garbage collection service.
One of the lyrics to Mandisa’s “Overcomer” says, “You might be down for a moment, feeling like it’s hopeless, that’s when He reminds you that you’re an overcomer….” For those working for the facility, each one at one of their life had to overcome something.
Mary McLeod Bethune once said, “We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.” No one can shape the minds, and in cases, even the hearts of our youngest citizens like a teacher.
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, and stroke is ranked second worldwide. In fact, one person dies every 37 seconds from heart disease – nearly 650,000 people each year or one in four deaths.
The Winona track team opened the 2020 season at the Southaven Relay last Saturday.
“The main thing was the effort,” said Coach Chris McRae. “I just wanted to see them go out and compete. It was cold, really cold. At least the sun was shining.”
Residents in North Carrollton who live on South Street will have to find an alternate route to get home.
Mayor Ken Strachan said South Street in North Carrollton is closed while repairs are being made after the sewer line caved in affecting the road.
Mississippi Highway 17 South near County Road 23 is closed after the northbound lane collapsed following a washout.
“The collapse resulted in the highway being closed around 9:30 a.m. Monday morning.” said Carroll County Emergency Management/Civil Defense Director Ken Strachan.