The Southern Debutante Assembly will present its 2017 honorees at its annual Presentation and White and Gold Ball, which will be held Dec. 29 at the Greenwood Country Club in Greenwood. The group of young ladies to be presented includes:
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The completion of work being done on a city street using county workers and equipment has hit another bump, and the road is going nowhere.
During Monday’s Board of Supervisor’s meeting, a discussion began regarding road construction work initiated on Lucille Street, inside the Indianola city limits.
MOORHEAD – Mississippi Delta Community College instructor Phillip Lawes and student Heather Lee were recently recognized as the Higher Education Awareness Day Working toward Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) Instructor of the Year and Student of the Year for 2017.
The Sunflower County Extension Service has been ramping up the offerings to the area, but whether it’s youth activities or sewing classes, much of this would not be possible without the Community Fund.
The following students received their scholarship on Saturday, Dec. 2 from the Sarah H. Walker Scholarship funds at Greater New Jerusalem COGIC. The speaker for this occasion was Sunflower County Consolidated School District's Personnel Director of Student Affairs William Murphy.
The city wants Entergy to begin fulfilling what they deem dated requests for street light repairs before aldermen approve a large payment to the utility.
The Board of Aldermen decided to hold back a $12,134.16 payment, on the street light portion, of Entergy’s bill to the city.
Due to the rainy weather this week, the community Christmas Tree lighting that was scheduled for Tuesday night was moved.
The tree will be lit tonight at 6 p.m.
Located at the corner of Second Street and Front Street, the tree was put together last week, but by Tuesday morning, organizers of the event were forced to postpone it.
Citizens who file charges against an accused felon may no longer be able to drop those charges without penalty.
On Monday night, Indianola’s city fathers voted unanimously to recommend to the municipal court judge that a $100 fine be levied on any person who initiates charges against some individuals and later changes their mind.