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Wednesday evening’s protest along Cotton Row in Cleveland was both peaceful and emotional.
Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced his Safe Return guidelines for permanent drivers license stations across the state to reopen on Monday, June 8.
Protests have been flaring up around the country as a direct result of the death of 46-year-old Minnesota resident George Floyd on May 25.
When the COVID-19 outbreak hit, information was everywhere. Some from reliable sources but much was not.
The Mississippi House of Representatives passed a bond bill Monday that has $86 million in funding for capital projects at state universities, $79 million in funding for capital projects involving

Gentry Choir recognized for success

And the recognitions keep coming for Director Harvey Jackson and the award-winning Gentry High School choirs. On the heels of their most recent triumphs at the Calabasas Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, Sunflower County Chancery Clerk, Gloria McIntosh presented the group with a plaque in special recognition of their wondrous success.

DMI receives award

Delta State University’s Delta Music Institute (DMI) received the Education Partner Award from GRAMMY Museum Mississippi on April 9 during an evening ceremony at the museum to recognize several outstanding volunteers.

The celebration occurred during National Volunteers Week.

Church News April 25, 2019

Annual Spring Revival

Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 2110 Kinlock Road, will culminate their Annual Spring Revival at 7 p.m. tonight. The special guest will be Rev. Sammie Rash of First United Baptist Church of Cleveland.


Annual Youth Explosion



Basketball practice has already started for some at North Sunflower Academy.


Graveside services for Jack Vance Jr., 84, of Chicago, formerly of Indianola will be at 12 noon... READ MORE

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Sunflower County Consolidated Schools Superintendent talks about the closure of schools during the... READ MORE