For the Indianola Academy Colonels baseball team, District 1AAA competition has now arrived.
Firefighter safety is at the top of the list of main concerns for Indianola’s fire chief and assistant chief.
After nearly a year in office, Chief Orlando Battle and Assistant Chief William “Bill” Alford said making sure that the firefighters are safe and healthy for the future is their number one priority.
Building off the success of last year’s women's conference, Taking Off the Mask, author Erica Boyd was back in her hometown of Indianola on Saturday to address matters plaguing a different age group, the 12 to 18-year-olds, during her first ever Dear Little Girls conference.
The lawmakers for the City of Indianola have decided to review the way they make legal assumptions.
Acting on a prior concern of Alderman Gary Fratesi, the city leaders voted unanimously Monday night to have City Attorney Gary Austin devise an ordinance for their consideration that would add provisions for adopting streets.
After more than 32 years at Indianola Academy and a total of 47 years in education, Headmaster Sammy Henderson is headed home after school ends in May.
Delta area students received a lesson in African culture and history, in addition to black American history, on Thursday, courtesy of an art exhibit featuring pieces on loan from local and national contributors.
The Sunflower County Freedom Project Drama Troup’s production of Baltimore, a stage play by author Kirstin Greenidge, is making its way around the Delta.
It’s most recent stop was at the Moorhead Library last Wednesday.
This year’s play, Baltimore, is a timely drama about racism on college campuses.
Sunflower County is one step closer to getting some much needed bridge repairs done.
On Monday, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve and accept a Memorandum of Agreement with the Mississippi Department of Transportation for over $3 million that is to be used to restore five of the county’s bridges.
A flurry of filings in the last week before the qualifying deadline has made for an active ballot for the August 6 primary elections. Based on information from the Sunflower County Circuit Clerk’s office, only five incumbents are running unopposed.
Nathan Sanders of Yazoo City, Sam Dillard of Pelahatchie and Mitchell Tagert of Carthage are now heroes after rescuing 72-year-old Josie McGrew from her submerged vehicle in Moorhead on Monday afternoon.
Photo: Recardo Thomas