Today's Top Stories

Training for athletic competition is strenuous enough, but when you add in a spinal injury, a wheelchair and partial paralysis, the task becomes even more difficult.
A war zone is a war zone. Both soldiers and civilian contractors put their lives on the line everyday overseas in the fight for America’s freedoms.
Three consecutive one point games and their season is off to a 2-1, 1-0 start.
Indianola residents may soon start noticing an increase in mosquito truck spraying in and around their neighborhoods.
For Inverness resident Luciel Sibley, Tuesday’s Primary election provided an extra bonus.



First day at NSA

The first day of school is passed, and it’s an exciting new year for the kids at North Sunflower Academy. Pictured here is elementary student Ava Stewart playing on the playground on the first day.

Submitted Photo


District governor visits Rotary

The Rotary District Governor, Mark Fields, paid a visit to the Indianola Rotary Club this week. He spoke on all of the exciting things happening with the organization both locally and worldwide. Fields is pictured with incoming Rotary President Rev. Giuianna Gray (center) and Leland Rotarian Davis Arant.

Photo: Bryan Davis



Inverness Lodge welcomes new Masons

T.J. Catchings Lodge No. 394 in Inverness recently raised Brother Christopher John Potter to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason, in a ceremony conducted by the Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team. In attendance were Masons from across the Delta, along with special guests from Beulah Lodge No. 578, Mt. Vernon, Indiana.









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Sports

The 2019 high school football season is fast approaching, which means it is jamboree time for all... READ MORE

Obituaries

Nettie Cleveland Key Carver, 98, of Batesville, formerly of Vicksburg and Indianola, passed away... READ MORE

Breaking News

The redrawn lines for Districts 13 and 22 will be in effect for tomorrow’s primary elections.