Carrollton Slideshow

Winter weather stalled life in Winona Tuesday and Wednesday, with school and business closings around the area.  Despite the hazardous road conditions and inconveniences, Front Street in Winona was postcard pretty with a blanket of fresh snow.

As the New Year begins, most people make resolutions -- lose weight, save money, get organized.  

WINONA -- It took firefighters more than six hours to extinguish a fire that destroyed Crossroads Small Engine in Winona Monday night.

The MS Department of Transportation Inmate Litter Removal Program, partnership an alliance helping to keep MS beautiful and building community pride while promoting a positive image of this great state, awarded Carroll County Sheriff Clint Walker

Happy New Year! It is time for all of those good resolutions to exercise more and lose weight. YUCK! I like the idea of getting healthier and moving more. The word exercise sounds like so much work.

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Man charged with statutory rape

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

A Winona man is facing statutory rape charges.
According to Winona Police Captain Dan Herod, chief investigator for the Winona Police Department, Jerral Easterwood, 30, of Winona has been charged with five counts of statutory rape of a minor under the age of 16.
Herod said Easterwood was arrested Friday.

Taking a trip through the pages of a book

By TREY TAYLOR,

Some people thrive for an adventure and like going places they don’t normally visit. There are many ways to do this like a horse, car, boat, plane, and even a train.   Trains are a fun way to travel to get to a location you desire.

Our favorite slow-cooker recipes

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

As the New Year begins, most people make resolutions -- lose weight, save money, get organized.  
For some, a slow cooker and even the new InstaPot is a lifesaver.  I am not an InstaPot user just yet, but from what I see on social media, it is the best invention since the microwave.

Neal honored for service

By KEN STRACHAN,

Bro. Wilton Neal was recently honored with a reception at North Carrollton Baptist Church recognizing 45 years of service as music director. He retired from being the music director the first of January. He was presented a plaque in honor of his service to the church by Rev. Keith Ramage, pastor of the church.

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