If I could ever duplicate my mom’s biscuits, Pepper and I may be featured on that show, “My 600 Pound Life.”
WINONA – The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors plan to ask the county’s locally-elected state senators and legislator for help in getting the school board makeup of the future Winona Montgomery County Consolidated School District changed to ensure representation for all citizens of the county.
WINONA – A local food vendor was voted president of the Mississippi Food Truck Association earlier this month.
The Mississippi Food Truck Association (MSFTA) is a registered non-profit group that was established in 2015 as an industry association for food trucks, according to MSFTA’s website.
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.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Montgomery County residents met at Springhill Baptist Church on July 13 to discuss needed steps in establishing the Lodi Minerva Fire Station in the Lodi Community.
“We talked about getting a road into the facility, but we’re waiting on the county to do that,” said Redell Coffey, resident and former firefighter.
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.