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Tommy Goodman, retired architect, current Town of Carrollton alderman, and successful artist, can now add author to his growing list of credentials.  Goodman recently self-published Delta Artist,
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Monday, January 20, marks what would have been the 91st birthday of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Yesterday’s news of a lawsuit being been filed on behalf of 29 inmates at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman alleging the living conditions there are “unconstitutional and inhumane,” a
“If you can’t fly, then run, If you can’t run, then walk, If you can’t walk, then crawl, but by all means, keep moving,” –Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.

The dancing policeman


If you’ve ever driven down Highway 407 or Highway 51 recently during school traffic at Winona Elementary School, you may have seen Officer Orlando Bolden directing traffic in his own personal style. To most people, Bolden is known as the dancing cop.

Tigers remain unbeaten with a 33-23 win over Nanih Waiya


Winona broke open a close game with two fourth quarter touchdowns on its way to a 33-23 victory over previously unbeaten Nanih Waiya. It was a reversal of last year when Nanih Waiya beat the Tigers 48-28 on its way to the 1A championship game.

The loss ended Nanih Waiya's 25-game regular season winning streak.

The Retiree Sisterhood


Upon retirement, some people dream of being able to travel freely and enjoy the fruits of their years of working.  Some retirees dream of retiring and enjoying life with their friend.

A group of retired educators from the Carroll County School District are doing both as part a group the formed, known as the Retiree Sisterhood.