During the two World Wars, many returning soldiers were greeted with ticker tape parades in the urban areas and those from small towns or rural areas were often honored at town square celebratory events. This didn’t happen so much for the soldiers who served during the Vietnam War era.
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On Saturday at 7:08 p.m., a Washington Street, Moorhead woman driving a 2014 Hyundai said she was attempting to park in the Copper Creek Shopping Center and backed up too far and hit a pole.
Thomas Edwards, long-time educator and former superintendent of the now defunct Sunflower County School District passed away on Friday at Methodist Hospital in Tennessee.
SCCSD Monthly Board Meeting
Sunflower County Consolidated School District November Board Meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. today at Carver Elementary School, 404 Jefferson Street.
Retired Education Personnel
A special call meeting of the Indianola Board of Aldermen slated for Monday night had to be cancelled because the meeting was one alderman shy of a quorum.
One of the items on the agenda was a request to approve rescheduling the upcoming regular session set for Monday Nov. 12 because of the Veterans Day holiday.
In his report to the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors, County Engineer Ron Cassada affirmed that $3.1 million doesn’t go nearly as far as it once did.
The 2019 Indianola Community Fund Drive has officially kicked off.
This is year No. 64 that the community fund has existed and helped multiple organizations and causes within the community.
The goal for this year’s drive is $30,000.