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Tiger Austin Woodall signed a letter of intent last week to play baseball at Arkansas Baptist College in the fall. A signing party was held in the Winona High library.

Lady Tiger Shelley Hedgepeth signed a letter of intent last week to play softball for the Bulldogs at Holmes Community College.

“I’m proud of her. I’m proud she signed,” said Lady Tigers Head Coach Stephen Helms. “It gives her another opportunity to go somewhere and play.”

WINONA – Lady Star Georgia Watkins signed a letter of intent last week to cheer for the Holmes Community College Bulldogs in the fall.

WINONA – Montgomery County High student Army Williams recently received a full academic scholarship to span four years of attendance at Rust College, beginning the upcoming fall semester.

WINONA – The Susan Allen School of Dance started nearly 80 years ago from one woman’s love of dance and has grown to touch the lives of generations throughout the years.

“She danced and loved dancing,” said current owner and instructor Claire Gaines of her late mother.

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Time clocks debated

VAIDEN – The Carroll County Board of Supervisors agreed to return time clocks to Data Systems for a refund after nearly a year of inconsistency across county departments.

Bridge paramount for board

CARROLLTON – The poor condition of a wooden bridge on Barnes Street has the Board of Aldermen taking immediate action to ensure the safety of those traveling over it.

Two charged with burglary

Two men are in police custody for allegedly burglarizing a hunting camp near Vaiden.

Hicks named park director

CARROLLTON – The Carroll County Board of Supervisors approved the employment of a new park director for the Carroll County Recreation Park during their regular monthly meeting on Monday at the Carrollton Courthouse.