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Indianola Academy students hold up their works that won first place in the recent Mississippi Association
of Independent Schools art contest. From left are Maddie Mitchell, Audrey Koger, Kelly Arrington, Malori

These students enrolled in Gentry High’s Junior Master Wellness Volunteer Program received instructions, encouragement and an opportunity to share their successes with their fellow students Tuesday as part of a discussion conducted by D.

It was another critical game accompanied by another clutch performance.

Elvis Price has been drawing since he was old enough to pick up a pen.
“I stayed in trouble in school; I was always in the back doodling on some paper,” the Indianola resident says.

Pete Hunter, a farmer from Coahoma County, succinctly summarizes the Delta's irrigation predicament.



Dalton Tabb finished first in the district and second
in the state MAIS art competition... READ MORE

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