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Delta State University will participate in Mississippi Lt. Gov.
North Sunflower Medical Center’s Chief Compliance Officer Joanie Perkins knew the Sunflower Rural Health Clinic was special, but she never expected the healthcare facility to be named one of the t
Area businesses are continually adapting to the health care crisis with the COVID 19 disease that has quarantined states and countries around the world.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients in Sunflower County saw a jump between Friday’s report and Saturday morning.
Adult daycares in the city of Indianola will have to close their doors during the duration of the city’s declaration of emergency.

Area Kids Slam Dunk The Junk


The kids are leading the charge to Slam Dunk the Junk and clean up Indianola. The 2020 Slam Dunk the Junk campaign has been a great success so far, and even with social distancing, kids have still been able to get out and pick up trash in their neighborhoods. Below are just a few of the area kids who have already participated.

Jesus is the cure


At the beginning of the year, I committed to rereading the whole Bible.

Recently, I reread Matthew 9. In Verses 1-9, a paralyzed man was brought to Jesus to be healed. The text states that after Jesus saw his faith, He said to the paralyzed man, “Be encouraged, my child. Your sins have been forgiven.”

On The Frontlines: Dr. Hannah Ray talks COVID-19, hospital capacity and other issues


The number of official COVID-19 cases in Sunflower County rose by just two between Monday and Friday, from 11 to 13.

But Indianola physician Dr. Hannah Ray, who is literally on the frontlines locally battling the novel coronavirus, says the number of cases in the county is probably much higher.



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