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‘Just like somebody else did you once before’: Alderman appears to make veiled threat of violence in verbal altercation with mayorBy BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,
Monday night’s meeting of the Indianola Board of Aldermen erupted into a shouting match between Mayor Steve Rosenthal and Alderman Marvin Elder, in which Elder appeared to make a veiled threat of violence against the mayor during the open session, and according to Rosenthal, again during executive session.
Adult non-violent drug offenders may soon have an alternative to jail time.
What began as an exercise in stress reduction in 2008 has cultivated into a bountiful harvest for the city of Indianola and its citizens through the efforts of Robin Rosenthal and the Keep Indianola Beautiful campaign.
It may not happen very often, but every now and then a Teach for America participant leaves the program and comes to teach for the Delta.
Such was the case for both William Murphy and Dylan Jones.
Even though the College Avenue Bridge is already designed, has received grant application approval and is ready to be advertised, the long-awaited bridge project has hit another roadblock enroute to completion.
That’s in spite of the fact that the full cost to replace the structure was covered in the initial application.
A former Sunflower County Sheriff’s Department employee has made a claim of wrongful termination against Sheriff James Haywood and the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors.
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.