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Cub Scout Pack 4478 of Indianola celebrated its Blue and Gold Banquet Saturday at Rasberry United Methodist Church. The banquet recognizes Cub Scouts who have received honors and merit badges over the past four to five months.

Fathering expert Carey Casey says there are three types of people in the world:
Chimps: Just follow the crowd
Chumps: Negative leaders who “think up stupid stuff”
Champs: Take what they learn in school and become successful

The Mississippi Scholars at Gentry High were honored Monday with a special luncheon and awards ceremony.

More cooperation between the Police Department and Sheriff’s Department, a possible regional drug task force, hiring more qualified officers and reducing loitering are some of the options officials are offering to reduce crime.

Joe C. Sims, electrical lineman instructor at the Capps Center/Mississippi Delta Community College, demonstrates equipment to visitors during an open house at the Indianola workforce training center on May 17.

Planters Bank employees give $1,000 checks to Sunflower County winners of its “Give Us An A” contest.

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