On Thanksgiving Day, Sam Baity Lodge #252 sponsored their third annual Thanksgiving Day dinner for all the residents, staff members, and family at Platinum Plus Care, located at 617 Highway 82 West in Indianola. Pictured in front are Dixon Gough and Linda Knox; second row, left to right are Bro. Richard T.
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During the most recent meeting of the Indianola Board of Aldermen, Police Chief Edrick Hall made a plea to the city fathers for better pay for his officers so he can hire more personnel and better maintain a fully-staffed workforce. “We’re short,” Hall said.
It’s been a little over a year since Entergy announced plans to build a 350,000 solar panel facility on a 1,000-acre site in northern Sunflower County.
C-Spire customers in the Mississippi Delta may be experiencing faster speeds and better connections these days.
The Gentry High School Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Student of the Week is Felecia Moses. The senior Moorhead native anticipates studying dentistry after graduation with a dream job of being a dentist, running her own office. In her spare time, she enjoys shopping and traveling. Moses is pictured with JMG instructor and Job Specialist Dr.
Planters Bank announced this week the recent election of Herron Wilson (Indianola) Lewis Poindexter (Inverness) and Freddie Jones (Inverness) to the Advisory Board for the Inverness branch.
Fred V. Jones III is a native of Inverness and a third generation farmer, a release from Planters said this week.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors got into the Christmas spirit this past Monday, and you better believe Santa is going to be doing a double take when he checks their wish list in a couple of weeks.