A dance enthusiast since the sixth grade, Shea Watkins has spent many years doing what she loves, and now she and her sister Nicole are helping other young girls with their love for creative dance.
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For many longtime residents of Mississippi the state bird might be a little different than the ones in the history books.
All joking aside locals learn from an early age all about the mosquito long before many of them see a mockingbird. The past week mosquito control has been a hot topic. But why now?
Parental Engagement Involvement Meeting
Jobs for MS Graduates classes at Ruleville Central High School/Gentry High School will host Parental Engagement Involvement Meeting Night #1 at 6 p.m. tonight at Ruleville Central High School. Door prizes and light refreshments will be provided. The public is invited to be in attendance.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On August 22 at 2:20 p.m., Jashawn Colton 22, 415 Gholston St., Inverness was arrested and charged with domestic violence without injuries (first offense) because of a reported incident on Airport Road at the Canterbury Apartments.
Revival Services of Union Grove Baptist Church of Moorhead will continue at 7 p.m. tonight. The guest speaker is Rev. Rodney Richards. The public is invited to attend.
Back to School Revival
Circuit Clerk Carolyn Hamilton issued a reminder this week to any persons wanting to run for the upcoming Sunflower County District 4 school board position.
The deadline to qualify is September 7.
The paperwork, including the required 50 signatures, is due before 5 p.m. on that day.
Indianola Men Of Standard members Rev. Adoris Turner, II and Alderman Marvin Elder recognized County Supervisor Riley Rice with a Service Award at a surprise birthday celebration for him hosted by his nieces and attended by family, friends and supporters.