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The Lost Pizza Company in partnership with Agape North, a private-label clothing company, donated dozens of custom-printed t-shirts to Lockard Elementary School students on Monday.
East Sunflower Elementary School students said their Thursday morning was “FARMtastic.” The elementary grade schoolers went on a field trip to the Sunflower County Extension Service event and were able to gain a little insight into farm life and some of the animals and even experience what it is like to milk a cow.
On Monday, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors decided not to move ahead with an option to terminate the contract with Resourceful Environmental Services.
Ronnie Ketchum, the new CEO/President came before the board and pledged to work towards making sure RES’s garbage collection services to county residents picks up.
Annual Christmas Get Together
New Mount Hebron Missionary Baptist Church, Belzoni cordially invites you to their Week of Fellowship at 7 p.m. tonight and tomorrow. The speaker for tonight is Dr. Joe Jackson and Zion Travel Missionary Baptist Church and tomorrow night Pastor Earl Reed and Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church.
Indianola police made the following arrest,
On Saturday at 1:26 a.m., Oscar Laflord Harvey, 49, 600 Mill Street was arrested and charged with public drunkenness and failure to obey officer (minor) after police were called to the Love's Truck Stop about an unwanted person.
I had the opportunity of seeing the movie “I Can Only Imagine” not long ago. I have heard the Christian song many times over the airwaves, in church, at funerals, and other venues. It is a tremendous song; however, I had never put much thought into how it came to be.
Robin Rosenthal will return to her role with the Keep Indianola Beautiful program.
Rosenthal, who is the wife of Indianola Mayor Steve Rosenthal, announced in a letter this week that she has renewed her commitment to the organization, after submitting her letter of resignation back in October.