J.Z. George High School Class of 2019 took its last walk on the high school’s campus as they all celebrated becoming the new alumnus. Above: Samantha Blackmon, Keorra Phillips, Destiny Brewer, Shauntina Ezell, Jazmine Gatewood, TeQuila Flowers, & Sharicka Ezell pose for pictures while they wait for graduation to begin.
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A special prosecutor has been appointed by the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors after the Montgomery County prosecutor recused himself from a case in Montgomery County Justice Court.
Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District Superintendent, Dr. Teresa Jackson, recognized five faculty members who are retiring this year at a recent meeting of the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School Board. Pictured from left are Mr. Kelvin Winbush, Ms. Amanda Newman, Mrs. Cindy Bell, Mrs. Lynn Oliver, Mr. Greg Wenger, and Dr.
The Winona Board of Aldermen elected to hire Jackson attorney Brad Davis to represent the city in regards to the proposed Tax Increment Finance (TIF) plan for a new retail development at the intersection of Interstate 55 and Highway 82.
The family of Bernard Yates will hold a benefit fundraiser on May 25 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Montgomery County Coliseum. Proceeds from the Bernard Yates benefit will go toward the rebuilding of his home that was lost in a fire on March 14 and to help with his medical cost. Yates has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer.
In my 25 years as a registered voter, this is only the second time I have been notified for jury duty. The first time I was summoned, I was leaving for my honeymoon that very day. But this time, I was free to serve.
When the winter months come, there will be 21 students at Marshall Elementary who will be warm and snuggly in their new coats. For some children, the winter can be harsh because their parents, guardians or relatives may not be able to afford a new coat. Something many teachers know all too well.
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