For the Indianola Academy Colonels baseball team, District 1AAA competition has now arrived.
On Monday, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors was informed of five new bridge closures plus one additional bridge on Kemp Road that had to be reclosed, because someone had tossed the barricades into a ditch.
Indianola citizens who initiate charges against an accused felon and later change their mind after police man-hours and taxpayer money have been expended may soon find a bill from the city in their mailbox.
Entergy is in the process of trimming trees as part of their effort to enhance electrical service reliability, and some Indianola residents are not happy about the manner in which it’s being done.
Some say they want the electrical service provider to leave their trees alone.
The city of Indianola is once again gearing up for election and interim city clerk Charlotte Kilgore wants the citizens to know that voting by absentee ballot will soon begin.
After a discussion that lasted nearly 40 minutes, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to spend around $256,000 to purchase a new paving machine and roller to repair certain roads within the county.
The Indianola police need help in locating 32-year-old Edward Terrell Clay Jr. and 22-year-old Erica Hodges.
Clay and Hodges are wanted in connection with an alleged robbery and assault that took place on Nov. 20 in the 400 block of Hannah Street.
A few fathers in cowboy garb rode up to Merritt Jr. High on Thursday for a Rodeo Style Workshop that highlighted the role dads can play in education.
Pastor Adoris Turner II, the guest presenter, addressed several subtopics during the noontime encounter.