WINONA – A man is facing charges for purposefully setting fire to a duplex apartment.
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WINONA – In an article published in the April 1989 issue of Mississippi Pharmacist magazine, Edwin G. “Sonny” Potts predicted that his one-year-old granddaughter, Jenny Claire, would one day be a pharmacist like himself and his daughter, Gay Potts Hammond.
This weekend, the Montgomery County Arts Council will present a special play inspired by the life of a special man.
Circuit Judge George Mitchell accepted plea agreements in Montgomery County Circuit Court Monday at the Montgomery County Coliseum.
The Carroll County Development Association honored Carroll County’s educators Monday night with a dinner at The County Barn in Carrollton. The 2018 Teachers of the Year and Special Recognition Award winners were honored at the event. (From left) J.Z.
Cotesworth Culture and Heritage Museum is hosting a car enthusiast’s dream this Saturday -- Cruising Cotesworth.
Around 50 collectable cars from around Mississippi will be on display Saturday, April 28 beginning at 9 a.m. on the lawn of the historic home, located 1.25 miles from Main Street in North Carrollton.
Students from the Winona Career and Technical Center competed against students statewide in the SkillsUSA State Competition held April 10-11 at locations in Jackson and Pearl. Students competing in Skills USA represented Winona High School and Winona Christian School and Montgomery, Carroll, and Attala counties. Winners from SkillsUSA State c
The Winona Police Department along with the U.S. Attorney General’s Office hosted a Multi-jurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training class related to highway vehicle stops and drug trafficking.
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
VAIDEN – Garbage service in Vaiden will change effective Monday, Mayor Mel Hawthorne said.
Due to truck issues, the Town of Vaiden is now paying Carroll County to pick up garbage in town. However, pickup will move from Wednesday to Monday, beginning on March 5.
Friendship with Nicole Marhold started by chance.
“It has turned into something really amazing,” the 19-year-old Black Hawk resident said.
Ferguson’s friend, Marhold, is an 18-year-old from im Burgenland, St. Margarethen, Austria, and the two have been pen pals for the past several years.
Kilmichael Mayor Bobby Howell shared a letter with members of the Kilmichael Board of Aldermen and other town officials which stated that the Town of Kilmichael had achieved a Class 7 fire rating, effective March 13, 2018.
Almost in scripted fashion for the second consecutive week, JaTyler Moore delivered another game-winning pass to Jay Lofton in the final seconds Friday, this time giving the Winona Tigers their first North State Championship, after a roller coaster emotional battle culminating in a 22-14 win over Calhoun City’s Wildcats.
Summer vacation is coming to an end, and the Mississippi sales tax holiday has proven to be beneficial to local residents and boutiques.
A sales tax holiday is a temporary period when sales taxes are not collected or paid on purchases of specific products and/or services, according to the Mississippi Department of Revenue website.
Two Greenwood men are facing felony charges following a traffic stop.
According to Carroll County Sheriff Clint Walker, Keith McSwine, 31, and Monquardron Fundrakus Gray, 31, both of Greenwood are facing multiple felony charges following a Saturday morning traffic stop.
Winona Secondary School senior, Joseph Woods, has advanced to Finalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Joseph was among 16,000 Semifinalists who were announced back in September and invited to compete for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million to be offered this spring.
The Montgomery County School District has filed an appeal challenging decisions made by the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School Board at its February 13 meeting. One of those decisions was the appointment of Dr. Teresa Jackson as the superintendent of education for the Winona Montgomery Consolidated School District (WMCSD).