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An Indianola man is in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase through the city that resulted in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 82.

It certainly was not what commuters were wanting on a Monday morning, but U.S. 82 was backed up for some time due to a three-vehicle accident.

Back in the early 1990s, the oldies musical groups began to make a resurgence.

Let’s face it. The best era of music in world history probably falls between 1950 and 1975.

Pictured from left is the 2018 Gentry homecoming court, Belize Reed, Miss Senior; Jaleciah Parker, Miss Sophomore; Cristian Young, First Attendant, Mr. Gentry; Natoyria Simmons, First Attendant, Miss Gentry; Keyjuan Meeks, Mr.

“Look, listen, learn, be aware. Fire can happen anywhere,” is the premise associated with the 2018 National Fire Prevention Week, which is customarily held during the week when Oct. 9 falls.

Last October, I was just two months on the job in Indianola, so I was enjoying a lot of my “firsts” in the community.

One thing that I greatly enjoyed was Community Bank’s Taste of Indianola event.

Moorhead police make arrest after Delta Health Clinic robbed of TV


An after-hours visit to the Delta Health Clinic on West Washington Street in Moorhead resulted in some jail time for LaToby Williams, 36 of 509 East Washington St.

Police Chief Bobby Walker said Williams broke into the clinic through the back door of the facility early Tuesday morning and stole a 40-inch TV.

Cops and Robbers October 18, 2018

Indianola police made the following arrests,

On October 10 at 10:08 a.m., Kayla Johnson, 20, 408 Sunflower Ave., was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct—disturbance of family peace after she assaulted her stepfather, a 32-year-old West Herman Johnson Street man, while police were present.