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A few Ruleville Central High School alumni are still not happy about the Sunflower County Consolidated School District’s decision to rename their beloved alma mater, which is why they have retained the services of Attorney Alsee McDaniel to defend their cause.
Seven Gentry athletes, including Shamarvious Hodges (Meridian Community College), Robert Bell (Meridian Community College), Davius Clark (Holmes Community College), Markevious Frazier (Mississippi Delta Community College), Nyah Davis (Hinds Community College), Mercedes Hayes (Hinds Community College) and Belize Reed (Meridian Community College)
Before the onset of Monday night’s Aldermen meeting, Mayor Steve Rosenthal announced that the city was granted a $1 million appropriation through MDOT as part of House Bill 1648 to improve roads and streets in Indianola. “We will be able to do some street repair in this upcoming budget year,” said Rosenthal.
Indianola native, former Gentry High graduate and obstetrician-gynecologist aspirant Arlencia Barnes was recently named as the 67th Miss Mississippi Valley State University.
In her new role, Barnes will join the long list of young ladies who have graced the dais as “the face” of The Valley.
At Monday night’s Indianola Board of Aldermen meeting, Alderman Sam Brock told the city lawmakers that it’s time to consider revisions to the ordinance concerning neighborhood stores and their hours of operation. He first asked, “Do we have any kind of an ordinance that permits those stores to be open all night?”
A Lee Street resident said it took two calls to 911 before firefighters were dispatched when her house caught fire on Tuesday.
Concerns from both candidates and citizens over the proposed splitting of Sunflower County into two senate districts prompted sitting District 13 Senator Willie Simmons, D-Cleveland, to address the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors during its regularly scheduled session on Monday.
Sunflower County left ‘voiceless’: District 22 plan pulls county’s largest voter base from 13, qualified candidates not happy with LegislatureBy BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,
A proposed plan to redraw Senate Districts 13 and 22 is now in the hands of U.S. District Court Judge Carlton Reeves.
According to District 13 Senator Willie Simmons, D-Cleveland, the proposed plan passed the House and Senate and was sent to Reeves days before the appointed April 3 deadline.