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CARROLLTON -- The community is mourning the tragic death of a Carroll Academy senior.

Jacob Randall, 18, was killed early Monday morning in a one-vehicle accident on Mississippi Highway 17, four miles south of Carrollton. 

The Carrollton Pilgrimage and Pioneer Day drew hundreds to the historic town for last weekend’s festivities.  Tourists from as far as Maryland visited Carrollton’s historic homes Friday and Saturday.  Above: Mary Jordan Milton and Emmylou Hays ho

In the movie, “Despicable Me” (which is one of my favorites), the girls ask Gru if they can have pizza for supper with “stuffed crust” and everyone dreamily says “stuffed crust.” That’s how my husband, Pepper, feels about pizza, and so does Traci

CARROLLTON – The Carroll Academy Rebels fell to the Marshall Academy Patriots, 34-14, last Friday night at Gordon Field in Carrollton.

Carroll Head Football Coach Bo Milton said his Rebels battled through the entire contest.

If I could ever duplicate my mom’s biscuits, Pepper and I may be featured on that show, “My 600 Pound Life.”

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The Carrollton Pilgrimage and Pioneer Day drew hundreds to the historic town for last weekend’s festivities.  Tourists from as far as Maryland visited Carrollton’s historic homes Friday and Saturday.  Above: Mary Jordan Milton and Emmylou Hays host at the Bingham House during Carrollton’s annual pilgrimage.  

How do you eat your pizza?

By GWEN SISSON,

In the movie, “Despicable Me” (which is one of my favorites), the girls ask Gru if they can have pizza for supper with “stuffed crust” and everyone dreamily says “stuffed crust.” That’s how my husband, Pepper, feels about pizza, and so does Tracie Cunningham. She said she is a “huge crust fan!”

CA Rebs fall to MA Patriots

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

CARROLLTON – The Carroll Academy Rebels fell to the Marshall Academy Patriots, 34-14, last Friday night at Gordon Field in Carrollton.

Carroll Head Football Coach Bo Milton said his Rebels battled through the entire contest.

Two plead guilty to animal cruelty

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Two Winona residents pleaded guilty to aggravated animal cruelty Tuesday in Winona City Court.

According to Captain Dan Herod, chief investigator for Winona Police Department, Marquise Johnson and Mary Jones, both of 403 Anderson Street in Winona, pleaded guilty to aggravated animal cruelty, a misdemeanor crime.

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