The Class of 2018 at Montgomery County High School graduated last Friday night in a packed gymnasium. The eighteen seniors received their diplomas from Superintendent Wendy Hubbard and MCHS Principal Lewis Zeigler. Pictured above: (From left)...
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Carroll Academy’s magical ride through the Class AA playoffs will go on for another week.
A week after finishing second to Marshall in the district tournament, the Lady Rebels finished second to the Lady Patriots again, falling 34-31 to Marshall in the finals of the Class AA North State tournament on Saturday at Benton Academy.
Veterans Helping Veterans had their first meeting at North Carrollton City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
At the February board meeting of the North Carrollton Mayor and Board of Alderman, it was approved for the Veterans to use the board room for their monthly meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 6 pm.
DUCK HILL – A historical marker was unveiled last Friday near Duck Hill’s iconic red caboose for gospel pioneer and Duck Hill native Lucie E. Campbell.
“We are going to make this a part of the history of our town,” said Duck Hill Mayor Joey Cooley.
Montgomery County 4H had a stellar showing at this year’s Dixie National Rodeo.
According to Montgomery County Extension Agent Amy Ware, more than $50,000 came back to Montgomery County in Sale of Champions money and scholarships. Also a Kilmichael 4Her came home with the top prize for lambs.
While one season came to an end last week, another one earned another week of playing time.
The Winona Christian Lady Stars grabbed a 43-40 win over Oak Hill to qualify for the Class AA North State Tournament. They lost the next two games and finished as the No. 4 seed out of District 1-AA.