Today's Top Stories

One man is dead and police are currently searching for two men in relation to a shooting that took place during the 6 p.m.
The Gentry High School Royal Court for 2019 will be on the field this Friday night during the Rams’ Homecoming game.
The hope is a football victory will accompany the Homecoming celebration at Gentry High School this Friday night. However, the task promises to not be an easy one.
On September 13, at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Sunflower County Circuit Clerk Carolyn Hamilton was sworn in as an officer for the Mississippi Circuit Clerk’s Association Board of Directors.
The whole world will know about B.B. King today. 

JMG Student of the Week

For The E-T

The Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Student of the Week is Ariel Brandon. The junior is planning to pursue a career in the medical profession, with a dream job of being a registered nurse. She enjoys doing hair as a hobby. She is pictured with JMG Instructor and Job Specialist Dr. Adrian Brown.

Booths still available for festival

It's not too late to get a space to sell handmade treasures or delicious artisan foods at this year’s Indian Bayou Arts & Eats Festival.

Booths are just $35 for a 12x12 space to pitch a single tent and show off artistic and culinary talents.

Call Cherri Kirk at Indianola Chamber Main Street to get an application.

MDCC president speaks to Rotary

It was an education-themed meeting of the Indianola Rotary Club on Tuesday. First, Sunflower County Consolidated School District Superintendent Miskia Davis spoke briefly to the club about the district’s recent acheivement of earning a C letter grade from the state (Successful). Then, Mississippi Delta Community College’s new President Dr.



Betty Sue Mallette, 80, of Indianola, passed away Friday Sept. 13, 2019, in Pontotoc.

Breaking News

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