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Robyn Marlow came to North Sunflower Medical Center over two decades ago for a social work internship.
The City of Indianola has taken the first step to initiate a study that could lead to a citywide makeover.
In the half century since human beings first walked on the moon, a lot has changed, in the realm of spaceflight as much as in the rest of the world.
Cindy Baird has been one of Indianola’s most influential women for decades.
Bettey Sims-Hawkins has been a long time proponent of education for local youth. Today, she serves has head of the Jobs for Mississippi Graduates program.

SCCSD holding training for new subs

The Sunflower County Consolidated School District will be hosting a substitute teacher/custodian/cafeteria worker training session next Friday (July 26).

SCCSD said this is for new subs who did not sub last year within the district.

The training will take place at 196 MLK Drive (Central Office) at 10 a.m.

‘Always looking out for other people’Late Saving OurSelves founder remembered as vision comes to life


The first ever Saving OurSelves Back to School drive will be bittersweet for the community.

Many Indianola students will receive free backpacks, uniforms and school supplies, but it will all be done without one of the event’s founders, Davion “Dee” McClain, who passed away in late April.

Church News July 18, 2019

Friday Night

Deliverance Service

   New Beginning Restoration Ministry, located at 214 Front Street Ext., Suite A, invites you to their Friday Night Deliverance Service at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. The guest speaker will be Rev. Kyle Pernell of First United Baptist Church in Moorhead.

Annual Gospel




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Billy Ray “Bill” Ammons, 90, of Inverness, passed away Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at his home.

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