Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Saturday at 11:21p.m., Darral Johnson 56, 1437 U.S. 82 East, Greenville was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct—failure to comply with officers after he refused to move from the drive-thru window at the Discount liquor store on Front Street Ext.
An early morning raid on Saturday netted five alleged offenders on drug-related charges and at least one person received an enhanced charge for possession of a firearm.
The Political Action Committee of the local NAACP invites all county and state candidates in the upcoming election to a meet-and-greet on Thursday, June 20.
The meet-and-greet will be held at Venue on the Bayou. The event will begin at 7 p.m. The PAC is asking the public to come out and hear the candidates present their platforms.
June is national dairy month and some Mississippians will raise a glass of cold milk in celebratory fashion.
Even though the dairy landscape has changed drastically over the past 60 years the product is still the same. In 1950 there were roughly 22 million cows in the United States.
There is a one-word answer to some of the most plaintive requests I get for help with garden pests: Fence.
As a frustrated hands-on gardener myself, I perfectly understand how everyone wants relief through an easy fix. And the push-back about physical barriers, whether out of concerns over the expense or aesthetics.
Before you read this know that it is not meant to be a sad story.
It’s just a regular story.
A regular story about a regular dog.
A few weeks ago I lost my dog.
He must have struck out on an adventure in the wee hours of the morning and never came home.
100 YEARS AGO,
Editorial Note from J. A. Richardson: The only compliment I can give to the motorcycle is that it can never sneak up on anybody.
Mississippi Delta Community College’s College Advancement and Public Relations staff recently attended the 2019 College Public Relations Association of Mississippi conference in Ridgeland.