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The community is invited to a reception honoring retiring Town Clerk Linda McGregor on Sunday, February 24, at 3 pm, at the Carrollton Town Hall.

In Carroll County, heavy rains caused a mudslide at the corner of Washington and College Streets in Carrollton and flooding on roads throughout the county.

Blair Schaffer experienced the highs and lows during her collegiate career as a basketball player for the Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs.

The rain moved into Montgomery County Tuesday morning and became heavier as the day went on, slacking only a little before more rain fell on the county.

Sunday afternoon, my husband, Keith, ran to the Carrollton Dollar General store to pick up a few chili fixings.  He returned with multiple bags full of “essentials.”  Among those, he stocked up...

Pastor J.C. Stokes said the construction of a fellowship hall at St. John Missionary Baptist Church was the culmination of God’s promise and his own call to serve.

North Carrollton Baptist celebrating 110 years

By KEN STRACHAN,

NORTH CARROLLTON -- This year North Carrollton Baptist Church is celebrating 110 years of praising the Lord with homecoming services and a revival on Sunday, October 22 and will go through Wednesday, October 25. The worship services will include four pastors who were all licensed to the ministry from North Carrollton Baptist Church.





Vaiden leaders attend conference

By TISH BUTTS,

BILOXI – The Vaiden mayor and members of the Board of Aldermen attended the 86th annual Mississippi Municipal League conference in Biloxi last week to learn how they can better serve Vaiden.

Mayor Melvin Hawthorne and Aldermen Theodore Purnell, Curtis Meeks, Doris Fluker and Lesia Hemphill attended the conference.



Community mourning loss of teen

By TISH BUTTS,

NORTH CARROLLTON – Students, faculty and staff at J.Z. George will return to classes in mourning of Elisabeth Guerra, who lost her life last week.

Guerra, a 16-year-old junior, died of respiratory failure at her home in North Carrollton on July 26, according to her obituary provided by Oliver Funeral Home.




At the theatre

By GWEN SISSON,

It is one of the most inspiring stories of all time, and this weekend, residents will have the opportunity to see it live on stage.

The Miracle Worker will be performed August 4 through 6 at 7 p.m. at the Montgomery County Performing Arts Center in downtown Winona. Tickets are available in advance or at the door.






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