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FRIDAY FOOTBALL! The Winona High School Tigers will take on the Coahoma County High School Red Panthers at 7 p.m. in Clarksdale.
The 2019 Carroll Academy Homecoming Court includes (front, from left) Anna Joyce Sanders, Gracie Turner, Layla Hall, (senior maids), (back) Katherine Mullins, seventh grade; Skylar Hodges, eighth
JACKSON – The Commission of School Accreditation unanimously voted to drop the accreditation status of the Carroll County School District from accredited to probation.
The 2019 Winona Christian School Homecoming Court includes senior maids, McKinley Ingram, Caylon Marlow, Sara Burden White and Hope Pierce; junior maids, Madyson Leach and Ashleigh Parkinson; soph
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Town seeking deputy clerk


The Town of Kilmichael is narrowing down its search for a new deputy city clerk to help current clerk Pauline Hall.

The position was left vacant after former assistant clerk Claudette McClain resigned in May. Hall said the position was advertised twice after the board approved it in a May 14 special call meeting.

DHPD gets body cam


The Town of Duck Hill has purchased its first body cam for its police department.

During its monthly board meeting Monday night, the Duck Hill Board of Aldermen approved a purchase in the amount of $400 for its first body cam.

Grassroots Blues draws a crowd


This past weekend’s Grassroots Blues festival in Duck Hill attracted a sizable and diverse crowd.

There were the young, the old, those who were new to Blues and, of course, the Blues veterans in attendance. No matter who you were, though, it was impossible not to be wooed by the warm air, the delicious barbeque, and the great music.



Billy McGovern Stacy, former Starkville mayor and NFL and SEC football great, 83, of Starkville... READ MORE