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During Monday night’s regular session, three of the city’s five leaders decided not to accept the recommendation of city inspector Elvis Pernell to proceed with the demolition of the buildings at 101 and 103 Main St.
After years of trying to get a new fire department building built in the town of Inverness, it is finally a reality. Above, work continues on the building, which is located in downtown Inverness.
Photo: Recardo Thomas
An after-hours visit to the Delta Health Clinic on West Washington Street in Moorhead resulted in some jail time for LaToby Williams, 36 of 509 East Washington St.
Police Chief Bobby Walker said Williams broke into the clinic through the back door of the facility early Tuesday morning and stole a 40-inch TV.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mike Espy is expected to make an appearance today at the B.B. King Museum.
According to multiple sources, Espy plans to hold a public roundtable discussion ahead of the Nov. 6 special election that will fill the final two years of retired Senator Thad Cochran’s seat.
The Barksdale Reading Institute (BRI) is proud to partner with East Sunflower Elementary School to offer The Parent Academy to parents of 4-year-olds in the community.
The Parent Academy is a free program designed to help parents prepare their 4-year-old children for a successful start to kindergarten.
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Organizers and attendees for the sixth annual Drew Day Festival dubbed Saturday’s event “a perfect day” despite a sudden downpour of rain that announced it was time to end the day’s festivities. “The weather was perfect right up until the end,” said Nikki Dutton, member, Drew United for Progress.
This is an age-old question that I have heard many, many times. All of us that walk on this earth think that we can escape the wrath of God because we have little and big sins and we make the call. People I want to tell you that sin is sin and it doesn’t matter the size of it.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On October 10 at 10:08 a.m., Kayla Johnson, 20, 408 Sunflower Ave., was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct—disturbance of family peace after she assaulted her stepfather, a 32-year-old West Herman Johnson Street man, while police were present.
A group of representatives from the Washington, D.C.-based Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, along with other health professionals, took part in a symposium in Leflore County and toured the Delta last week.
And one of their stops landed them in Indianola.