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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)...

In Montgomery County, two Memorial Day services will be held Monday, May 28. 

During the summer months growing up, our house on Stonehedge Drive in Southaven was party central for the neighborhood.

Coach Aaron Henderson, Hayson McNeer, and Hayes Henderson work the outfield during a tee ball game at Winona Recreational Park.

Austin Huggins got to play one last baseball game representing Winona Christian.

He was selected to play in the MAIS Class A-AA All-star baseball game. Huggins was on the White team that ended up losing 16-10 in a nine-inning contest.

     During their May meeting the Third Arrow Chapter, Mississippi Society, Daughters of the American Revolution recognized Liz Wilson of Carrollton with the Excellence in Community Service Award from the National Society of the Daughters of the...

WCS Golf

Shaw Ferguson and Wyatt Chambley participated in the North State Golf Tournament in Marion Arkansas. Coach Larry Davis said this was a very difficult course which is nicknamed the Monster. He was very proud of these two guys for the way they represented Winona Christian School. They are both seniors and will be greatly missed.

 








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From left, members of the Lott family admire a new sign announcing the historic community of Jefferson near Liberty Baptist Church.  Howard Lott of Dripping Springs, Texas, Roger Lott of Duck Hill and Beat 1 Supervisor Jim Neill, who had the new Jefferson Community sign made and installed.



CA JR HIgh Student Council gives back

Members of Carroll Academy's Middle School Student Council, sponsored as the Douglas Carroll Junior American Citizens by Third Arrow Chapter, Mississippi Society Daughters of the American Revolution, donated food items, helped prepare plates and served area "shut-ins" with the ladies of  "Women on Mission" at the North Carrollton Baptist Church




Sheriff urges state to support regional jails

By AMANDA SEXTON FERGUSON,

Carroll County Sheriff Clint Walker said the state’s reaction to the Mississippi Sheriff’s Association request for increased prisoner placements in regional jails has perplexed him since returning from Monday’s meeting at the Capitol with representatives from the Mississippi Department of Corrections and the Mississippi Legislature.



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WINONA – A man is facing charges for purposefully setting fire to a duplex apartment.


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