Traffic on Interstate 55 was at a standstill for a couple of hours Sunday night as firefighters worked to extinguish a burning trailer.
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My granddaddy, Charlie Sexton, told me that he preferred store-bought ice cream and bakery-made cakes over homemade. His reasoning was simple. When he was a child, growing up in rural DeSoto County, his family couldn’t afford store-bought ice cream and cake. So, his mother made everything they ate from scratch.
Frank Miller has been named girls basketball coach at Winona High School. He replaces Veronica Helms, who was promoted to assistant principal.
“I'm very thankful to the people at Winona for giving me this chance,” Miller said.
It doesn’t take long to figure out who’s the work horse for the J.Z. George Jaguars.
Look no further than Montavis Jenkins.
Jenkins returns for his senior year after rushing for 1,241 yards last season. Jenkins is the latest selection of The Winona Times’ Top 10 Players to Watch for the 2018 football season.
The Winona 8 and Under All Star team placed as runner up in last weekend’s Grand Slam All Star State Tournament in Eupora. Pictured are (front, left to right) Jay Flowers, Hudson Wood, Kaleb Varnes, Shawn Grace, Karson McCaleb, Deuce Campbell, (middle) Alejandro White, Caden Benson, Trey McClendon, Parker Watkins, Lawson Dotson, Treyvon Lacy,
The 2018 All-Crossroads Baseball Team is made up of players with a variety of talents — some offensive, some defensive, some pitching, and some possessing a combination of tools.
The fourteen players were chosen from athletes nominated by their coaches at Winona High School, Winona Christian School, J.Z. George and Carroll Academy.
Carrollton Baptist Church hosted Vacation Bible School this week. The theme was Game On. Over 100 children have been enjoying crafts, music, learning about missions and recreation. Above: (From left) Mary Jordan Milton, Hannah Randall and Kirsten Ramage lead music at Carrollton Baptist Church’s Vacation Bible School going on this week.
The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted to make some repairs to the Screw Conveyor building during Monday’s regular meeting.
The board agreed to seek quotes to repair the roof on a secondary building on the Winona Industry’s campus as well as trim some trees around the building.
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