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Robyn Marlow came to North Sunflower Medical Center over two decades ago for a social work internship.
The City of Indianola has taken the first step to initiate a study that could lead to a citywide makeover.
In the half century since human beings first walked on the moon, a lot has changed, in the realm of spaceflight as much as in the rest of the world.
Cindy Baird has been one of Indianola’s most influential women for decades.
Bettey Sims-Hawkins has been a long time proponent of education for local youth. Today, she serves has head of the Jobs for Mississippi Graduates program.

Deason addresses Rotary Club

Sunflower County Extension Agent Alex Deason addressed the Indianola Rotary Club this week. His topic was the common, but many times hard to fight, infestation of fire ants. Deason gave some background on how fire ants arrived in the U.S. from South America, decades ago, by ships.

Pages from the past: A look back with Charlotte Buchanan: Update on Marilyn Hemphill Tinnin



JULY 1919

Mrs. Kate Faison, who has been doing trained nurse duties for our Army in Belgium and France for several months has landed in New York and will be home soon.

Miss Norma Heard has been visiting relatives in Yazoo City and from there will go to Gulfport.

Moving on


My eldest son moved to Colorado last week.

He saved bits of his paycheck for months, sold his furniture and anything else he reckoned unnecessary, packed up his used Nissan Maxima and set out for a land that is the exact antithesis of the Mississippi Delta.



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