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Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant met a German man who took his wife to Indianola for their honeymoon.
“I said, ‘You romantic devil, you. You brought this woman from Europe to Indianola,’” Bryant said. “Yeah, they wanted to see B.B. King.”

Ryan Findley with Mississippi Blood Services preps Garvin Knight to give blood during the blood drive to benefit Jimmy Slater on April 16 at First Baptist Church.

David Jackson of Delta Housing speaks with Charviyon Franklin and John Sansing, both 11th graders at Gentry High School, during the Sunflower County Youth Summer Jobs Initiative meeting Tuesday evening at the Neighborhood Facility Building.

Residents on Plantation Avenue in Sunflower are tired of the street flooding after heavy rains.
Linda Williams, 111 Plantation Ave., says the flooding is frequent and wants the town to fix the problem.

Mississippi State Extension Agent Ann Twiner, left, presented Gentry High School’s allied health class with certificates for finishing the Junior Master Wellness Volunteer Program on Monday.

Indianola Academy students who won awards at the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools overall art contest pose with their works.

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