Lion Shelia Waldrup brought Gerald Husband, Entergy Customer Service Rep., as the program last week. Mr.
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Delta job-seekers are encouraged to be in Cleveland on Saturday, starting at 9 a.m., for a Toyota Mississippi job fair being held at the United Family Life Center at 1101 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Drive.
Most times in Mississippi’s local elections, the Democratic primaries draw more votes than Republican.
Although that was the case on Tuesday night in Sunflower County, the Republican party did have a showing. Here’s how some of the local elections turned out.
There were a lot of impactful races statewide on Tuesday, but here’s a look at the most pertinent races in Sunflower County.
These results are unofficial and do not include affidavits or curbside votes.
It is worth noting that there were only 84 total affidavit votes in the county at the end of the night.
It appears there will be at least three runoff elections in Sunflower County on August 27.
The votes are not certified at this point, and the totals do not reflect affidavits, but there were only a total of 84 affidavits countywide at the end of the primary elections on Tuesday.
Peter Nimrod, chief engineer at the Mississippi Levee Board spoke to the Indianola Rotary Club on Tuesday about the Board’s ongoing involvement in the backwater flood in the south Delta region. Nimrod told the history of the Yazoo Pumps project that dates back to the Flood Control Act of 1941.
Isabella and Judah Howell represented Sunflower County 4-H well at the District 4-H Horse Show and also at the State 4-H Horse Show.
Pictured are Michelle Payton, Vice President Operations, Strategic Systems Inc., Cedric Williams, Demarcus Johnson, Kendietrich Tucker, Quindarius Gardner, Kris Merritt, Cynthia Woodall, Director Outreach, Recruiting and Retention Sunflower County, Women and Children Health Initiative, and instructor, Chanley Ladner.
100 YEARS AGO,
TO THE PEOPLE OF SUNFLOWER COUNTY: We are facing a crisis in our county schools. Unless relief comes, the term must be cut to four months and salaries reduced to where teachers will be forced to quit. The remedy lies in one source, a tax for school purposes only. Signed Wiley P. Sanders.
Marilyn Tinnin grew up watching her mother, Marie Hemphill, scramble to write and meet deadlines her entire childhood.
When it came time to leave Indianola for college, she knew she did not want to lead the life of the journalist, but that doesn’t mean she did not have a passion for writing.