Apparently, some of the county's road workers, including the assistant road managers have not been making the grade when it comes to job performance.
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How many thousands of people did Dr. John Fair Lucas Jr. make feel better in his lifetime?
Speculations are that he might have conducted 20,000 surgeries, or perhaps double that number, in his 45 years practicing medicine in Greenwood.
An inmate housed at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman has died after being hospitalized frequently in the last several months.
Harold Ramsey, 62, died Monday at the Delta Regional Medical Center in Greenville, where he was transferred from the prison hospital.
County employees who persevere and continue to work during the COVID-19 pandemic emergency will be rewarded for their dedication.
On Monday, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to accept a COVID-19 policy for incentive pay based on information provided by Attorney Johnny McWilliams.
One of the sacred traditions across Sunflower County is Vacation Bible School.
This summer’s edition will be on hold a bit though. Area churches and organizations are still plowing through what it will take to keep everyone safe and sanitized for VBS.
Vendors arrive with their tables and merchandise.
It’s late September, but it’s usually still hot and muggy next to the bayou in Indianola.
Volunteers and community leaders are already setting up tents and getting the stage set for the annual Indian Bayou Arts & Eats Festival.
A discussion over a $4,928 landfill invoice turned heated during the Monday morning session of the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors and resulted in an admonishment from Sheriff James Haywood.
Indianola Academy recently announced its overall winners in the MAIS Art Contest for 2020. Pictured left is first place winner Preston Harris - Paper -Collage of One Type of Paper. Pictured right is first place winner Avie Pinion- Painting. Second place was Caroline Pannel - Paper- Collage of One Type of Paper
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Video highlights from Wednesday's protest along Cotton Row in Cleveland
Wednesday evening’s protest along Cotton Row in Cleveland was both peaceful and emotional.
Sunflower County NAACP Chapter President Charles Modley had an opportunity to speak to the crowd of dozens of protesters, but Rev. Carey Sparks held the crowd for most of the evening.