If I could ever duplicate my mom’s biscuits, Pepper and I may be featured on that show, “My 600 Pound Life.”
WINONA – The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors and the Winona Board of Aldermen met together last Thursday night in an effort to improve economic development in the county. The purpose of the meeting was to determine which steps the two entities should take in a joint effort to strengthen the local economy.
Last week, a recalled grand jury handed down indictments in Montgomery County Circuit Court. Tuesday, Judge Joseph Loper, Jr., heard arraignments at the Montgomery County Courthouse.
Winona Christian will hold its homecoming festivities tomorrow evening beginning at 6 p.m.
LEXINGTON – The Winona Christian School Stars improved their record to 2-1, with Friday’s district win over Central Holmes Christian Academy 40-14.
“We played well,” said Head Coach Junior Graham. “It was the closest to a complete game so far. I thought the kids stayed focused, and that should be the case [every week].”
MOUND BAYOU – After a 46-6 loss to John F. Kennedy Memorial High School, the Montgomery County Hornets are preparing to meet Coffeeville this weekend on the road.
According to Hornets Head Coach Al Dotson, the bright spot of Friday’s game against JFK was a kickoff return for a touchdown by the Hornets to kick off the second half.
GRENADA – Last Friday night’s contest between Carroll Academy and Kirk Academy was a defensive battle from the start. The low-scoring match-up was far from uneventful, with a last minute interception return for the win that had the Rebel faithful biting their nails.
The Rebels came out on top with a 14-6 victory over the Raiders.
CARROLLTON -- Harvey disaster relief efforts were underway Saturday at North Carrollton Baptist Church. Members of North Carrollton Baptist were on hand to help members of Hillview Baptist Church of Greenwood load a trailer with water, cleaning supplies, baby items, hygiene items and non-perishable food to be taken to Texas.