WINONA – A man is facing charges for purposefully setting fire to a duplex apartment.
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Another year of Winona High School athletics has come and gone, and athletic director Charlie Parkerson is pleased with the results and optimistic about the future.
“Football and track were huge highlights for us, football going to its first-ever state championship game and track taking third in boys and girls,” he said.
Our country lost an American hero this past weekend. Winona’s own astronaut, Donald Peterson, mission specialist on the maiden Challenger voyage in 1983, passed away Sunday at the age of 84 in his Texas home.
Astronaut Donald H. Peterson, a native of Winona, died Sunday at his home in El Lago, Texas.
Peterson, who was 84 at the time of his death, served as a mission specialist on the inaugural voyage of the Challenger shuttle in 1983.
A Winona man was bound over to the action of a Montgomery County Grand Jury for allegedly damaging two police vehicles while he was being transported to the Winona Police Department and the Carroll Montgomery Regional Correctional Facility in Vaiden.
WINONA -- Mobile’s Singing Children (MSC) will be making a stop in Winona on Sunday, June 10 as part of their Mississippi/ Tennessee Summer Tour.
MSC consists of four choirs. The premier Concert Choir comprised of singers in fifth through 12th grade will be performing at Moore Memorial United Methodist Church at 6 p.m.
PEARL – J.Z. George junior Montavis Jenkins was second in the discus at the MHSAA boys 3A track meet Saturday at Pearl High School with a throw of 118 feet eight inches. Kameron Johnson of Jefferson County won the event at 126-11.
WINONA – Winona Elementary School teacher Deanna Lowery was named Winona School District’s 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at Tuesday’s meeting of the Winona School Board.
WINONA – It looks as if someone kicked the ant hill with the amount of activity going on at Winona Christian these days.
Headmaster Jimmy Pittman said the various summer improvement projects happening around the school’s campus are winding up for the upcoming open house on August 8.
You can hear the pride in Rachel Flynn's voice when she talks about her father Shane - "a great dad who was always there for everyone and always made sure to tell me how proud of me he was."
Facebook has nearly two billion users, and at the touch of a button, it could deliver a message to every one of them.
Yet when it really wanted to get a message across, it didn’t “boost this post.” What did it do instead? Buy full-page ads in national newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal and New York Times.
At the Ferguson house, life is busy! With our four-year-old now playing soccer and the tee ball season on the horizon, I don’t foresee us slowing down anytime soon. My husband, Keith, and I take turns cooking – praise the Lord! – and there are several staple dishes we always go back to for an easy meal.
The two percent tourism tax bill, that would allow the Town of North Carrollton to hold a referendum vote to enact a two percent tourism tax on prepared food and beverage sold in the town limits, did not get legislative approval during the recent session of the Mississippi Legislature.
A large oak tree crashed to the ground Monday afternoon, totaling at least two vehicles in its wake.
According to Reba Bailey, owner of Tanglewood in Carrollton (at the corner of Washington and College Streets), around 3:30 p.m. Monday, she and her husband, Steve, heard a commotion outside the house.
Strong winds and rains caused widespread damage throughout Carroll County, said Gayle Beard, Carroll County Emergency Management director.
Beard said a storm than crossed through Carroll County between 7:30 p.m. and 8 a.m. downed trees, power lines, and even a cell tower with a potential of 70 mile per hour winds.
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