Carrollton Slideshow

NORTH CARROLLTON – J.Z. George High School hosted Yazoo County Friday night for the Jaguars’ final game of the year. The Jaguars, hoping to give the fans a win in their final home game, came up short falling to the Yazoo County Panthers 49-6.

Contestants in the costume contest at Carroll Academy’s Fall Fest pose together.

The Carroll County bridge crew is reassembling a bridge on County Road 70 that was closed recently due to disrepair.  This bridge is one of several bridges closed until repairs can be made.

Players, coaches, and cheerleaders from both Carroll Academy and Winona Christian School joined together after Friday night’s game for a prayer for Jacob Randall, a Carroll Academy senior and football player who was killed last week in a car acci

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.

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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.

Board opens annual bids

CARROLLTON -- At Tuesday’s meeting of the Carrollton Mayor and Board of Alderman, the board opened bids for the town’s garbage service and for grass mowing/ditch maintenance. Representatives from each company present spoke and also answered questions. 

Brothers charged with burglary

Brothers from Itta Bena are facing burglary charges in connection with a string of burglaries on the west side of Carroll County.

Kids in the kitchen

The Mississippi State University Extension Carrollton office held a Kids in the Kitchen program on last week to provide instruction to young chefs throughout the area.

Vaiden leaders attend conference

By TISH BUTTS,

BILOXI – The Vaiden mayor and members of the Board of Aldermen attended the 86th annual Mississippi Municipal League conference in Biloxi last week to learn how they can better serve Vaiden.

Mayor Melvin Hawthorne and Aldermen Theodore Purnell, Curtis Meeks, Doris Fluker and Lesia Hemphill attended the conference.

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