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In recognition of National Fire Prevention Week, Sgt. Willie Rounds of the Indianola Fire Department conducted a Fire Safety Prevention demonstration for the Kindergarten and Pre-K students at East Sunflower Elementary in Sunflower. Sawanda Washington is the principal of the school.
Bishops Fellowship Services
Word of Deliverance Christian Love Center, located at 1210 Hwy. 8 West, Cleveland cordially invites the public to attend the last of their three-night Bishops’ Fellowship Services at 7 p.m. TONIGHT. The service will be led by Bishop Rodrick Mitchell of New Life Ministries, Renova.
Sandra Moore, the newly elected councilwoman for Ward 4 in Moorhead was sworn in last week by Municipal Court Judge Kuykendall Horne-Murry. Moore won the October 8 special election by a vote of 44-13 over resident T.J. Fairley. The position was vacated after former councilman Kenneth Hemmingway moved out of that ward.
Two fire calls within the past week, one resulting in a death has prompted a caution from Indianola Fire Department Chief Orlando Battle.
An early morning blaze on Jackson Street on Sunday took the life of Corey Hooker. According to Battle, the state fire marshal’s office ruled that fire as accidental—unknown causes.
One of the most anticipated construction projects in recent years in Indianola is about to break ground.
Dear Editor and Indianola citizens,
I’ll miss Steve Holland in the Legislature.
I’ve never lived in his Northeast Mississippi legislative district, and, to my recollection, never even met the man. But I’ve enjoyed his colorful quotes over the years, and most of the time I agreed with how he voted.