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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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Fall brings back memories of childhood

By PEGGY SIMS,

The fall of the year always brings back memories of my childhood and being at my grandmother’s house in Montgomery County -- the house with the barn that sat straddled on the county lines of Attala and Montgomery. 

Stars win battle against Rebels, 20-14

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

WINONA – Just days from burying their friend, Jacob Randall, the Carroll Academy Rebels and the Winona Christian School Stars came together not just for their annual rivalry game, but as a community supporting one another in grief.

Soldiers honored

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Members and families of  Battery B, 2nd, 114th Field Artillery, headquartered in Winona and Kosciusko were honored Saturday with a dinner, entertainment, and children’s activities at the National Guard Armory in Winona.  According to organizer and Family Readiness volunteer Calbrina Woods, the celebration was planned to give the troops a specia

Geese preparing to head south for winter

By RICHARD COOPER,

Editor’s note: Former Carroll County Extension Agent Richard Cooper was a longtime columnist with The Conservative as the county agent and later under the header of “Richard’s Rovings.”  Recently, his daughter Linda Perkins discovered a box of his columns from the 1950s and 1960s.  Seeing the relevance of his words today, The Conservative will

Soup is on the menu this fall

By GWEN SISSON,

It is getting a little chilly outside, and what could be better than a piping hot cup of soup and a cornbread muffin? Yum! Just thinking about it makes me happy.

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