Tuesday evening, the school board of the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School District moved forward with tasks designated by the Mississippi Department of Education for the July 1 consolidation of the Winona and Montgomery County school districts.
JACKSON – Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) crews are preparing for potential winter weather conditions as a cold front moves through Mississippi December 10 and 11.
We all know and love that little green capped bottle of spicy goodness! Hot sauce, like Tabasco or Louisiana-brand hot sauce, is actually fermented peppers with vinegar added. Pickled corn is a great way to preserve that excess corn from the garden. It is delicious!
WINONA – Thanks to the efforts of a group of people participating in the St. Jude Marathon in Memphis this weekend, more than $20,000 will go toward the care of those suffering with childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases as well as research efforts to find a cure.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors have been conducting interviews for its next Veteran Service Officer.
The position was vacated after the death of Command Sergeant Major Johnny Marlow, who held the position. At their board meeting Monday, Jackie McKinney and Glen Winger came before the board to speak.
BLACK HAWK – The Dollar General store, located at the intersection of Highway 430 and Highway 17, was robbed at gunpoint this past weekend.
The Town of Duck Hill mourns the loss of a trailblazer, alderman and a friend to many. Alderman Leroy Nash died Thursday, November 12, 2019 at his home under hospice care.
Funeral services for Nash were held at Binford Chapel United Methodist Church in Duck Hill where Nash was a member.
The 16th annual Kilmichael Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, December 7 at 5 p.m. The line up will begin on School Road beginning at 4:30 p.m.
“We’ve had some good feedback this year,” Alderman Charles Austin said. “We have some new entries and some floats that we hadn’t had in our parade.”
WINONA – A home on Lodi Road was completely lost to fire Saturday evening.
According to Winona Fire Chief Brad Mooneyham, firefighters were dispatched to 1424 Lodi Road after a neighbor reported the fire at 5:21 p.m. He said the double-wide mobile home was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived at the scene.