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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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Lady Jags split Winona tourney

WINONA—The J.Z. George Lady Jaguars picked up a win and a loss during the Winona High tournament over the weekend.
The Lady Jaguars lost 46-43 to the Winona High Lady Tigers on Dec. 2.

CA donates to Wounded Warrior

Believing that it is more blessed to give than to receive, the Carroll Academy Student Council Association, sponsored as the Douglas Carroll Junior American Citizens by Third Arrow Chapter, Mississippi Society Daughters of the American Revolution, shipped 46 T-shirts and 115

Mission Hope

The Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers club of Carroll County recently made their annual donation of canned foods to Mission Hope of Winona.

Donuts with Santa a success

The Carroll Academy Playground Committee held its second annual Donuts with Santa fundraiser last Saturday morning. Organizers said the event was a huge success thanks to the help of several volunteers, who donated their time, talents, decorations, art and money.

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