Pictured top left are first and second grade art winners at MAIS District Event (seated) Jordan Martin, Bear Walker, Kailee Debower and Maddie Reynolds. Standing are Layla Morris and Mabrey Parks. Top right are third and fourth graders (front) Lake Clem, Riley Hocutt, Bryson Holland and Braxton Pearson.
Today's Top Stories
A motion by District 5 Supervisor Gloria Dickerson to go ahead and vacate the seat of the District 3 appointee to the Mississippi Delta Community College board of trustees, effective July 1, was temporarily rescinded at Monday’s Sunflower County Board of Supervisors’ meeting, but will be back on the table at the lawmakers’ next meeting.
According to Angela S. Winters of the Moorhead Chamber of Commerce, teacher Monique Cocroft-White was presented the Educator of the Year award at its recent Chamber banquet.
The Indianola Farmers Market will be back at the corner of Front and Second on Thursday at 5 p.m.
Geraldine Ray has been selected as Parent Liaison of the Year for the Sunflower County Consolidated School District because of her outstanding efforts to involve parents in their children’s education.
For those who know me, they are well aware that purple is my favorite color. That being said, this month is National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and guess what the awareness color is? It’s purple.
One of the state’s largest nonprofits, which pours millions of dollars each year into Sunflower County, has recently come under scrutiny by a Jackson-based conservative think tank.
The time is nigh for the city lawmakers to vote on whether or not to pay the premium that renews the employees' health insurance coverage, but a few questions had to be raised before the aldermen agreed to sign-off on a more than $134,000 annual payment increase.
North Sunflower Medical Center is responding this week to a Senate report on America’s nursing homes that listed Walter B. Crook Nursing Facility among six nursing homes in Mississippi that have gotten less than stellar reports from surveyors.
Walter B. Crook is a 60-bed facility operated by NSMC on its Ruleville campus.
A segment of Monday night’s Indianola Board of Aldermen meeting was abuzz with dialogue about the city’s mosquito control efforts and the city leaders voted unanimously to hire Vector Disease Control International to take on the task of keeping the meandering menaces at bay.