Game one of the NCAA Division II South Super Regional between No. 2 seed Delta State University baseball (42-12) and No.
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J. R Williams, cashier at State Bank in Sunflower, Clay Sledge and Horace Sledge were Indianola visitors Monday.
It could reportedly cost the city an additional $140,000 per year to continue providing health insurance for its more than 100 employees. Referencing the strategy used to lower insurance costs for the current year, Mayor Steve Rosenthal said, “This increase is based on what we’re already doing.”
A clogged culvert is said to be the culprit that caused some homeowners on Gillespie Street in Indianola to feel a little more waterlogged than other area residents after last week’s torrential rainfall.
The heavy rains and subsequent storms left up to a half-foot of floodwater in some homes on the north side of the street.
Sunflower County could see a stretch of nearly seven days without rainfall this week, but all the work farmers are doing between storms could be wiped out with heavy rains, which could move in on Sunday and last through Monday morning.
This is what area farmers have been dealing with this entire planting season.
Taking a ride from strangers has landed a Jackson man behind bars at the Sunflower County jail. James Conley Wilson 45, 315 Audubon Place, Jackson was arrested on Tuesday and charged with forgery.
At Awards Day, the two top students leading Coahoma’s 2019 graduating class were announced.
Kymbranecia Richard was named the valedictorian and Cre’Shaundra Williams, the salutatorian of the 2019 graduating class. This year’s class is headed by two graduates of Gentry High.
Although the Gentry High School band and choir members have been earning scholarships all along, Principal Willie Bolden said on Friday that it was the first time they have stepped into the spotlight with a formal pronouncement of their intent to continue their musical careers at the collegiate level.
Hall of Famers for North Sunflower Academy’s senior Class of 2019 are (from left) Carson Robinette, Haley Horton, Steven Abney and Knox Arnold. The students also serve as Class officers.