John Correro, vice president, investment at Raymond James Wealth Management Group, spoke to the Indianola Rotary Club about the stock market and the current state of the economy this week. Correro, a Madison resident, was the guest of Rotarian David McDaniel. Photo by: Bryan Davis
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The past several days have been filled with food, family, football, and shopping. Decorating was also another event that was enjoyed by friends and family. Although some have chosen the longevity of an artificial tree, others enjoy the natural beauty and smells of a fresh cut tree.
Indianola citizens who initiate charges against an accused felon and later change their mind after police man-hours and taxpayer money have been expended may soon find a bill from the city in their mailbox.
Many of us will gather with family, friends, neighbors, or others this week to celebrate a very special day and time of year. Thanksgiving has a tremendous meaning and has been celebrated for years and years because of the blessings we have received from the Lord.
The Indianola Holiday Open House is this week.
Christmas shoppers will have the opportunity to shop local on Nov. 24-25 in Indianola.
This week marks a special holiday for many as we celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends. Most will prepare and consume a turkey for the holiday meal. Over the past couple of years the price of turkeys were up compared to a 5 year average.
Beware on the roadways this Thanksgiving holiday.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol began its 2017 Thanksgiving Holiday Enforcement Period today, and it will extend through Sunday, according to a release from the agency.
The city of Indianola is once again gearing up for election and interim city clerk Charlotte Kilgore wants the citizens to know that voting by absentee ballot will soon begin.
After a discussion that lasted nearly 40 minutes, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to spend around $256,000 to purchase a new paving machine and roller to repair certain roads within the county.
IA is heading to the state title game on Saturday.
Here's what four of their players had to say about the potential repeat.