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Tigers defeat Eupora in opening

By LAURENCE HILLIARD,

Senatobia swept the Winona basketball tournament last week, winning the boys and girls championships.

The Winona boys were runners-up with a victory over Eupora and a loss to Senatobia in the title game. The Winona girls lost twice in the tournament, but defeated Ray Brooks Friday night between tournament games Thursday and Saturday.



Joy to the World

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



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BREAKING: Barnhill pleads guilty

Michael Barnhill, 31, of Winona pleaded guilty to three counts of first degree murder and one count of aggravated assault in Carroll County Circuit Court today. He pleaded guilty for the murders of Marlee Jones Barnhill, Jim Harrell, and Brooks Harrell, as well as the aggravated assault of  Amber Garrard.



What's Happening Nov. 15-17

FRIDAY FOOTBALL!

Winona Christian School Stars will take on the Indianola Academy Colonels at 7 p.m. in Winona.

Carroll Academy Rebels will take on the Greenville St. Joseph High School Fighting Irish at 7 p.m. in Greenville.

Saturday Happenings

Black Hawk School Singing




Scrub in!

Winona Elementary Science teacher Edward Penn works with fifth grade students,(from left) JaMya Mays, Joceline Rodrigues, and Micah Rainey, as they  dissected a sheep’s brain to learn which parts of the brain control feelings, creativity, intelligence, and which side of the brain controls which side of the body.




Faster and better

By CAREY MILLER,

It’s been over seven years since Stevelyn Robinson was paralyzed in a school bus crash, and he hasn’t stopped fighting. He continues to progress through regular physical therapy at Methodist Outpatient Therapy in Ridgeland.



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Joe Terrell Tenhet

Joe Terrell Tenhet, 58, of Memphis, Tenn., passed away Friday, October 4, 2019, at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis. due to a brain aneurysm suffered on October 1.

A Service of Thanksgiving celebrating Terrell's life was held on Sunday, October 6, at his church, First Congregational Church, Memphis, Tenn.





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Orvlie Hunt

Funeral services for Orvlie Hunt of Weir were held on Saturday, June 15, 2017, at First Unity United Methodist Church in Weir, with Rev. Lyndon Geeter officiating.  Burial followed in the church cemetery in Weir.










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Obituaries

William “Al” Allen, 57, of Clarksville, Tenn. passed away on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at his... READ MORE