‘I was almost at a loss for words’:January events planned to help address gun violence, citizen engagement

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Even before Indianola’s fifth and sixth homicides of 2019 occurred, Kenneth Featherstone was already planning a January 20 rally to help address gun violence and community apathy.

 
 
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