Today's Top Stories
Voters will head to the polls Tuesday for the primary election of Mississippi’s U.S. Senate and Congressional seats.
In Carroll and Montgomery counties, voters will decide who will run on the Republican and Democratic tickets for Senate and for the Second Congressional District seat in the House of Representatives.
Astronaut Donald H. Peterson, a native of Winona, died Sunday at his home in El Lago, Texas.
Peterson, who was 84 at the time of his death, served as a mission specialist on the inaugural voyage of the Challenger shuttle in 1983.
Longtime Carroll County School Board Trustee Laura Davis was honored recently for her more than three decades of serving the students of Carroll County.
After seven years of coaching baseball at Kirk Academy, Nathan Moncrief is changing addresses.
Moncrief was hired as the new baseball coach at Carroll Academy, replacing Rusty Miller who will stay on at the school and coach the softball team.
In addition to coaching baseball, Moncrief will be the elementary principal.
The state of Mississippi flexed its baseball muscles on Monday as Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and the University of Southern Mississippi all received bids to the 2018 NCAA Baseball Tournament in hopes of reaching the College World Series set for Omaha, Neb. on June 16-27.