For the Indianola Academy Colonels baseball team, District 1AAA competition has now arrived.
Moorhead Police Chief Bobby Walker said he and four of his fellow officers, including Assistant Chief Sherry Myers, have been locked out of his office and the police department by the city manager and they want to know why.
In addition, Walker and Officer Patrick Mitchell have been suspended from duty.
The Sunflower County Courthouse may soon be getting a historical marker, although the decision on whether or not to allow it has been deferred until after the start of the new year.
McPherson Street is going to remain a little less bumpy, at least for now.
During the Indianola Board of Aldermen’s year-end meeting last week, the city leaders opted not to install two speed bumps on McPherson Street that were requested by the residents.
On Friday, the Gentry High School Chick-fil-A Student Leadership Team presented its annual Do Good December Impact Project and as part of their effort, impacted the lives of two local favorites, McKenzy Blackwell of Indianola and Ashley Drisdale and her family of Sunflower.
The Sunflower County branch office of the Mississippi State University Extension Service hosted its annual luncheon on Monday to give local officials, volunteers and other stakeholders a rundown on the services, activities and programs conducted during the past year.
It’s been just over a year since an apparent thief or thieves caused the death of a Holly Ridge farm worker who was preparing to go visit his mother out of state and although the case is still under investigation, no arrests have been made.