Andy Daniels, a successful State Farm Agent for more than 25 years, is the Director of the Mid-Delta Arts Association’s next production The Odd Couple.
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The days are getting longer, temperatures are getting warmer, and as chances of rain and thunderstorms increase, we realize that spring is officially here.
Spring time jump starts a lot of activities outside including seasonal allergies, lawns greening up, and insects deciding to come out of overwintering.
Something ‘crazy’ is coming to downtown Moorhead this week. Crazy Eats, a new restaurant at 114 Washington Street, will have its soft opening from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. this Friday.
A densely populated portion of Mississippi Senate District 13 may be on the move to a new home in District 22 soon.
That is if United States District Judge Carlton Reeves approves a plan put forth by the Legislature in late March that will redraw portions of 13 and 22.
The naming of a building is an honor that contributes to the college’s sense of its heritage and is a significant event in the history of our institution.
The Gentry High Robotics team, Delta Overload, recently competed in the Bayou Regional Robotics Competition held in New Orleans and finished 10th out of 59 against teams from multiple states and four countries.
There were teams from the Netherlands, Mexico, Turkey and the USA. The website is firstinspires.com.
A recognition program for the Senior Companions of Sunflower/Humphreys Counties Progress, Inc., under the direction of Debra Williams, was held last week at the SHCPI site on Kinlock Road. Special speakers at the event were Sunflower Mayor Desiree Norwood and Charles Modley, president of the Sunflower County NAACP.
Lion Charles Davis brought former Indianola resident, Joey Hawkins, to discuss his new book, Get Pumped!: Winning with God’s promises. Hawkins retired from his Football and Track coaching position at Presbyterian Christian School last year.
The first of three scheduled Annual Academic Brain Bowls is scheduled to launch tonight.
The Sunflower County Consolidated School District started the Brain Bowl competitions in 2018 and will continue them this year, starting tonight at Gentry High School with the Elementary Brain Bowl.
The event will begin at 6 p.m.
A Career Forum, designed for ladies ages 15 and up and presented by Mary Jenkins, will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Restoration Ministries Christian Academy, 1290 Hwy. 82 East. The event is FREE to attend and refreshments will be served.