Community Bank, North Mississippi-Indianola location recently held its Taste of Indianola event, which raised $2,000 for two area missions, Delta Missions and Delta Grace. Each have received $1,000. Rev. Herron Wilson of Delta Missions said the money will help the organization with its annual Vacation Bible School it holds each summer.
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There is a sense of optimism about the upcoming Indianola Academy Lady Colonels basketball season, and with good reason.
With four returning starters from the previous year which ended with a 10-28 record, IA Head Coach Allen Hill notes he is “excited about this group.”
On Friday, sophomores, juniors and seniors at Gentry High School eagerly took advantage of the annual college and career fair and made the most of the occasion in order to visit with recruiters and admissions counselors from various schools around the state and representatives from select occupational organizations.
Photo by: Bryan Davis
Sunflower County Board of Supervisors President Glenn Donald talks about the $1.2M purchase of new John Deere road graders.
On the strength of a 43-26 come-from-behind home-field victory last Friday night over Humphreys County High, the 4-6 Ruleville Central High Tigers will enter the State 3A Playoffs as the Region 3, No. 3 seed.
Their reward will be to travel roughly 200 miles to Kossuth High School in Northeast Mississippi for a 7 p.m. game.
Is one centralized polling place a viable option for the city of Indianola?
That is the question that is on the mind of David Rushing and members of the Indianola Municipal Democratic Executive Committee.
Lately cooler temperatures have been riding on gusty winds. The problem is that over the past month most parts of the area have not received a half inch of rain. During this time of year many families gather around a grill while some might have a fire pit going.
The location where election returns will be canvassed has changed from the Oct. 10 location.
According to a release from The Indianola Municipal Democratic Executive Committee this week, the location has been moved from the City Hall Annex to the Sunflower County Courthouse (200 Main St.).
The Indianola Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to approve the random drug testing policy submitted by Marvell Labs of Greenwood after it was presented on Monday night.