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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.

Recent Sports Stories

Supervisors approve FY 2017 budget

CARROLLTON – The Carroll County Board of Supervisors approved the county’s budget for the 2017 fiscal year during a meeting on Monday at the Carrollton Courthouse.

Remembering the 9/11 attack

It was one of those days that will always stand out. Everyone can remember where they were when they heard the news – and how they felt.

For many Mississippians, September 11, 2001, was a regular work day. Many were going about their typical morning routines.

Increased revenue likely in Vaiden

VAIDEN – Vaiden officials are projecting higher revenue during the 2016-2017 fiscal year partly due to an expected increase in sales taxes generated from several new businesses that recently opened in town.

Cops seize guns, drugs

COILA – An early morning raid Friday morning on a home led to the arrests of two suspects and the seizure of drugs and firearms.

Carroll deputies to get new Tasers

CARROLLTON – The Carroll County Sheriff’s Department will get seven new Tasers following an approval by the Carroll County Board of Supervisors during a regular meeting on Tuesday.

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