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 The proposed Indianola city budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins October 1, was adopted during a special session that took place on Thursday night.

Aim for Success, a Dallas, Texas-based organization focused on youth health education, led programs throughout the day at Indianola Academy last Wednesday.

It’s hard to know exactly when I first came to think Mississippi State could have a very special season in 2018.

There was a new Indianola Academy record set last Friday night during the Colonels 34-0 shutout of visiting Winston Academy from Louisville.

A public hearing and special call meeting is set for tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the city hall annex.

 The City of Indianola was quick to amend a recent vow to enforce the No Parking zone on the south end of Main Street.

Community News Aug., 23, 2018

Class of ‘85

The Gentry High Class of 1985 will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday at Guadalajara to finalize homecoming plans. Please be on time.


Class of ‘72

The Gentry Class High of 1972 will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Sunday at Pizza Hut. All classmates are encouraged to attend.


Class of ‘69

Airport Road truck ban shouldn’t affect farmers


It appears local farmers will not be affected by the ban on big trucks on Indianola’s Airport Road, at least not this year.

At Monday’s Sunflower County Board of Supervisors’ meeting, Attorney Johnny McWilliams clarified that the “no thru truck” policy regarding heavy trucks on Airport Road has not officially begun.

Community News Aug. 16, 2018

Homecoming Tailgating

The Ram Alumni Homecoming Committee will meet from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. tonight at Carver Elementary School gym. All classes interested in participating in this year’s homecoming tailgating activities are asked to have at least two representatives at the meeting and each meeting after until homecoming.