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Mississippi Delta Community College’s Board of Trustees voted on Thursday to allow the college to begin offering academic courses at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman.
Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson made an appearance at Mississippi Delta Community College’s main campus in Moorhead on Thursday.
Planters Bank is proud to announce that Jody Moor has been named President of Planters Bank’s Indianola office.
The 77th annual Sunflower County Livestock Show was a success. Pictured above are Crosby and Nichols McCrory wrangling a goat during last Saturday’s show.
Flanked by her three sons, Margaret Keyton addresses the crowd during the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Program at the Mount Beulah Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday.

JMG Student of the Week

The Gentry High School Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Student of the Week is Ariel Galloway. The senior plans to pursue a degree in Business Administration after graduation in the spring. Her dream job is to be an entrepreneur and a cosmetologist. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing. She is pictured with JMG Instructor and Job Specialist Dr.

Hamilton speaks to Lions Club

Sunflower County Circuit Clerk, Carolyn Hamilton recently spoke with the Lions Club about the various duties and services her office provides. She spoke about learning to become a true community servant while working for the former Circuit Clerk Sammy Ely. She began working with Mr.

McDaniel-Suggs speaks as large crowd gathers for King brunch


On Saturday during the Eighth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Brunch, guest speaker Dr. Barbara McDaniel-Suggs, PhD, challenged the audience to make a difference by beginning with the person in the mirror. She queried, “Where do we go from here?” and suggested that God has something for all of us to do.



Momentum is a powerful item to take into a big game. Or into a string of big games.


Gordon Dale Mitchell, 72, of Doddsville, passed away Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, at Merit Health... READ MORE

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