For the Indianola Academy Colonels baseball team, District 1AAA competition has now arrived.
The Sunflower County Circuit Clerk’s office will be open this Saturday, Oct. 27 and next Saturday, Nov. 3 between the hours of 8am to 12 pm for absentee voting.
An Indianola man is in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase through the city that resulted in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 82. At least one person had to be airlifted to the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.
A conjoined plea and an outpouring of support by a host of Indianola residents could not persuade the city’s Board of Aldermen to issue a formal apology to Robin Rosenthal or request that she reconsider her resignation from the Keep Indianola Beautiful committee.
A one-vehicle accident on MS-3 Saturday morning claimed the life of Sunflower resident Albert J. Edwards.
A Ruleville teenager is in jail following a Friday night shooting that left one man dead.
Tellie Robertson, 18 of 302 Skeeter Robinson Road in Ruleville was arrested and booked into the Sunflower County Jail around 5:25 a.m., Saturday morning and charged with murder.
During Monday night’s regular session, three of the city’s five leaders decided not to accept the recommendation of city inspector Elvis Pernell to proceed with the demolition of the buildings at 101 and 103 Main St.
An Indianola man is in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase through the city that resulted in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 82.
At least one person had to be airlifted to a Jackson hospital as a result. Police arrested Edwin Sims of Stonewall Drive and charged him with felony fleeing.
An after-hours visit to the Delta Health Clinic on West Washington Street in Moorhead resulted in some jail time for LaToby Williams, 36 of 509 East Washington St.
Police Chief Bobby Walker said Williams broke into the clinic through the back door of the facility early Tuesday morning and stole a 40-inch TV.
“Look, listen, learn, be aware. Fire can happen anywhere,” is the premise associated with the 2018 National Fire Prevention Week, which is customarily held during the week when Oct. 9 falls.
The week is held to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire that began October 8, 1871.