Saulsberry publishes book

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

A Sunflower County native has released an inspirational book about her journey since being diagnosed HIV positive, and she is hoping her story will help end the stigma attached to living with the illness.

Joanne Saulsberry, a Moorhead native, has published Victory to Victory There is Healing in the Release: From Diagnosis to Mission.


Tradition of Walk With the Cross continues tomorrow

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Drivers along U.S. 82 this week may not make it to a Good Friday service, but they might be able to see the power of the cross first-hand.

Christ United Methodist Church and First United Methodist Church are teaming up again for what has become one of Indianola’s most cherished Easter traditions, Walk With the Cross.






‘He could make anybody laugh’: Smith remembered by friends and teachers at Indianola Academy

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

For a quiet kid, Caleb Smith never had a problem making his friends and teachers laugh.

He was funny, honest, confident and bright, according to those who knew and loved him.

Smith, 17, tragically lost his life on Sunday, after being accidently shot with a handgun at a friend’s home in Indianola early Sunday morning.





Sunflower County Medical Guide: South Sunflower's revamped maternity wing

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

South Sunflower County Hospital was delivering as many as 300 babies a year about a decade ago.

Today, that number has dropped to about 200 a year, with an average of 12 babies born at the Indianola-based hospital each month, according to Interim Chief Clinical Officer Chuck Reynolds.





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