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Retiring Chancery Clerk Stanley “Sugar” Mullins (pictured above) served as co-Grand Marshal of the Carrollton/North Carrollton Christmas Parade along with longtime Superintendant of Education Billy Joe Ferguson, who will retire at the end of the year.
Superintendent Billy Joe Ferguson attended his last school board meeting for the Carroll County School District as head of the district. Ferguson, who has working in the district for 50 years, became tearful as he talked about the progress he’s seen the district make over the years.
Winona Christian School’s elementary students performed in the annual Christmas Program Monday evening in the school’s gymnasium. Four-year-old kindergarteners get the Christmas Spirit while singing “Happy Birthday, Jesus!” Pictured are (back, from left) Jaxon Leach, Eleanor Edwards, Ava Johnson, (front) Minelle Defenbaugh, Cam Harris, and Ha
A Winona native is competing for his second time on the Food Network channel in another cake battle. Jeromie Jones, who’s known as the “Kake King,” will be a contestant on the Food Network Challenge “A Christmas Story Cakes.”
Nothing says Christmas like seeing lights dance against the darkness, full Nativity scenes on display, Santa and all his reindeer and even the mean one – Mr. Grinch. Christmas lights are always a joy for your children or the young at heart to see.
Every good Southern holiday gathering should (and usually does) have a bowl of cheese straws.
Every good Southern town also has the “cheese straw lady.” Someone who makes THE BEST and if you are lucky enough, she will make and sell a few extras around the holidays.
The Town of Duck Hill will have its Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 14. at 1 p.m. The theme this year is “It’s Christmas Time.” The Friends of the Duck Hill Library will have pictures with Santa before the parade begins from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
The “lost week” between Thanksgiving and Christmas has got me completely out of sorts. It is two weeks until Christmas as I write this, and I’m still putting up Christmas decorations. The crunch is on once again for us in the Ferguson house.