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It’s that time of the year when members of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. celebrate Founder’s Day around the world the first weekend in December.
NCNW was organized December 5, 1935 in New York City by Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune.
Dollar General has made two large donations in Sunflower County recently, one to the Friends of the Henry M. Seymour Library and the other to the Sunflower County Freedom Project. Each received $5,000.
The Roosevelt Community Association is stepping up their role of being one of Santa’s little helpers by conducting their first Giving with a Feeling Toy Drive. The group has been providing toys to area children and this year are allowing everyone to participate.
The Indianola Chamber Main Street has announced the Early Bird Donors to the Community Fund.
The Community Fund is a non-profit, volunteer organization designed to channel Indianola’s energies and resources to help others in need.
It was a hot July day when a handful of witnesses noticed an airplane struggling to maintain altitude over a Mississippi Delta soybean field.
The Marine Corps KC-130 aircraft spiraled to the ground, killing all 16 servicemen on board, joining a list of nearly two dozen military aircraft accidents in 2017.
Rev. Bobby Williamson spoke to the Indianola Lions Club last week. Williamson assumed the position of Head of School ,Greenville Christian, several weeks ago and continues to live in Indianola. Lioness Shelia Waldrup introduced the Speaker. Submitted Photo
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