Andy Daniels, a successful State Farm Agent for more than 25 years, is the Director of the Mid-Delta Arts Association’s next production The Odd Couple.
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100 YEARS AGO, APRIL 1919
Annie Capshaw and J. H. Quinn were united in marriage at the home of Dr. J. E. Walker.
The affair is reported to be one of the swellest and most enjoyable weddings ever held in Indianola.
Two residents at the Walter B. Crook Nursing Facility at North Sunflower Medical Center celebrated with family, friends and nursing home staff their 103rd birthdays. Though Ella Amason will turn 103 in November, the two were honored side-by-side in a celebration that included music, food and memories.
Sunflower County residents Michael Harris, Arin McIntyre and Jatavis Whitley took part in Thursday night’s Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony on the Goodman Campus. The students were inducted into the Kappa Alpha Chapter.
Platinum Plus Care recently celebrated its third anniversary in business in Indianola. The assisted living community has served over 20 individuals during its time at 617 Hwy. 82 W.
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.
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.
The second of three Sunflower County Consolidated School District Brain Bowl competitions is tonight at Ruleville Middle School at 6 p.m.
This event will be between the middle schools in the district. The high school event will be next week.
Justice Court Judge Stafford Shurden, who covers the northern district of Sunflower County, said this week that individuals who owe fines to the court can setup a payment plan with the clerk without fear of being arrested.