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There are many problems plaguing the City of Indianola when it comes to infrastructure and maintenance, and it seems more than a handful of those issues can be found on Baker Street.

Women of the Moorhead Baptist and Methodist churches baked fresh homemade cookies for Valentine’s gifts to be given to people who provide services to their community.

They continue to win the games that mean the most.

Last Saturday, the Ruleville Fire and Police departments were outside singing, “Who let the dogs out?” as the two groups of civil servants squared off in a hot dog eating contest at the Bumpers...

The 39th annual B.B. King Homecoming Festival will return to Fletcher Park in Indianola on June 1 and will feature Mr.

With postseason play now at hand, the Indianola Academy basketball teams will begin by hosting the District 1AAA Tournament.

Civil forfeiture battle on

By WYATT EMMERICH PRESIDENT EMMERICH NEWSPAPERS,

It was inevitable that the battle over administrative forfeiture would end up with the law enforcement lobby threatening legislators with “whose side are you on, us or the drug dealers?” For decades, this threat has scared legislators into giving law enforcement whatever they want, in this case, permission to confiscate private property without








Bridge on East Caile Road closed to traffic

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

Ron Cassada, Sunflower County’s engineer, may not command the same attention as Arnold Schwarzenegger dangling from a helicopter skid yelling “the bridge is out,” but he was able to get the message across to the Board of Supervisors during a recent session that the bridge on East Caile Road is closed and impassable.








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