On June 22 and 23, the Sunflower County Freedom Project hosted alumni, family, and friends to celebrate the organization’s 20th Anniversary. Beginning Friday, the SCFP hosted a Student Showcase that presented student work produced in their creative classes.
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STARKVILLE. -- The Mississippi State University Extension Service has launched an Internet microsite that delivers information on each facet of the state’s local foods industry.
MDCC provided the video photographer that enabled the Moorhead Garden Club to win a first place award from the National Garden Clubs, Inc. The award is for the video of the October 19, 2017 Celebration of Mississippi’s Bicentennial and Tribute to the 16 Troops who died July 10, 2017 in a military plane crash.
There is still a glimmer of hope that July 6 will not be the last day on the job for Indianola Police Chief Edrick Hall. Hall submitted a letter of resignation that was accepted by the city aldermen at their June meeting that indicated Friday would be his last day.
A $50,000 bond has been set for an Itta Bena man charged with stealing a couple of loads of copper from Indianola Electric Company.
The Indianola police reported no arrests from the previous week
According to the Police Department, the following calls were received over the last week,
On June 12 at 8:53 a.m., a Coolidge Street woman said someone broke the back window out of her 2006 Chevrolet Malibu.
Through a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the film and curriculum crew of a new documentary, Fannie Lou Hamer’s America, will host two free workshops in the Mississippi Delta this summer for teachers and students.
Gregory Johnson recently attended the 2018 session of Boys State, and the soon-to-be Gentry High School junior made a big splash.
Attorney Carlos D. Palmer recently awarded book scholarships to two 2018 high school graduates of Gentry High School. Pictured from left are Kyle Pernell, Palmer and Reginald Bolden, Jr