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Editor’s Note: Don Posey was one of Indianola High School’s most outstanding athletes, excelling in multiple sports, including basketball and track.

Lion Randy Randall brought Carol Rose as his speaker to Lions Club last Wednesday (Dr. Sammy Rose also attended with Carol). Carol spoke on her vision challenges since her stroke two-and-a-half years ago.

Picking up another pair of basketball wins this past week, the 16-5, 5-0 Gentry High Rams will take to the road twice for Region 3-4A games in the upcoming days.

If you volunteer to perform a task everyday for 47 years, you have performed this task 17,155 times. 

In the wake of recent events involving turmoil with the Moorhead Police Department, one officer has been terminated while the fate of several others are still hanging in limbo.

Nichols McCrory is one of dozens of Sunflower County kids who will be showing livestock at the 76th annual Sunflower County Livestock Show on Saturday, Jan. 19. The event will take place at the Edgar N. Donahoe Livestock Arena in Sunflower.

Generally Speaking: An old/new approach to changing the world


I read the most interesting column in the opinion section of the Wall Street Journal this morning.

Here in my temporary state of unemployment where every day except Sunday is Saturday in my universe, I do love poring over the Wall Street Journal, several news blogs online and listening to way too much talk radio before 9 a.m.

FRC graduates three

Indianola’s Family Resource Center had three participants to graduate from the New Summit NLRO online high school program on Friday, January 4, 2019 in Jackson at the New Summit High School Gym. Graduates from the Indianola NLRO program were Phereshia Montgomery, Tamirra Warren and Latrice Mason.