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The president of the Indianola Volunteer Fire Department is not responding to fires pending settlement of a dispute with Fire Chief Eugene Snipes.

Betty Petty addressed the Indianola Board of Alderman Monday night about the amount of black-on-black crime in the city.

Anger over a breakup allegedly prompted a 15-year-old Indianola boy to shoot at a car full of people outside his home.
Now Jakilveun Roby, 206 Julianne Drive, is facing adult charges of four counts of aggravated assault.

Businesses across Sunflower County and Mississippi are gearing up for this weekend’s Sales Tax Holiday.
On Friday and Saturday, clothing and footwear that cost less than $100 per item are exempt from the 7 percent sales tax.

Indianola-based Planters Bank and Clarksdale-based Covenant Bank jointly announced this morning the signing of a definitive agreement providing for the merger of Covenant into Planters.

When one door closes another opens. But for Brad McDaniel and his family, the door on their West Percy Street home will not be shutting just yet.

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