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The Junior High Winona Christian Cheerleaders hosted a mini camp for K2-third grade on the morning of Friday, August 4.  These mini cheerleaders will perform at the first home game against Ethel High School on Friday, August 25 and the third...

WINONA – The members of Hays Creek Missionary Baptist encouraged students of all ages during service, on Aug. 6 by providing back-to-school gifts.

Donna Stewart said she has always loved reading his stories. Elizabeth Eldridge said the late Arnold Dyre had “a delightful sense of humor.”

With great anticipation from teachers and staff, the students at Winona Elementary School learned what house they will be a part of for the next year.

August in Mississippi hot is an understatement. If you could live on popsicles, ice cream or sweet tea (with loads of ice), you would.

Dalton Murphy, third from left, of Winona, received recognition from Rural Medical Scholars program directors Ann Sansing and Jasmine Harris-Speight and counselors Meri Hollis West and Ben Rushing.  Murphy was among 20 students enrolled in the...

Standing on the rock


It began about three months ago when Sherrie Palmertree found a painted rock on the window ledge of Hobby Lobby in Olive Branch.

She had read about the rock-painting craze in larger communities and was so excited to find her first painted rock.

Stars receive statewide honor


WINONA – Three Winona Christian Stars received statewide honors for exceptional performance during the 2017 baseball season.

Austin Huggins was named Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) AA Player of the Year, and Parker Morgan was named MAIS AA Infielder, according to Stars Head Coach Shannon Self.