Today's Top Stories

Even though the College Avenue Bridge is already designed, has received grant application approval and is ready to be advertised, the long-awaited bridge project has hit another roadblock enroute...

A proposed referendum regarding a citywide one percent sales tax increase could generate as much as $1 million a year to be used on ailing Indianola streets and the infrastructure underneath them...

The City Council for the town of Moorhead held its regularly scheduled monthly session on Wednesday of last week and was introduced to the municipality’s newest top cops.

Brenda Grubb never passes up an opportunity to honor the fallen soldiers of Yanky 72.

Myiesha Smith is hoping the Indianola community will “tagalong” with her in her journey to help people who have been burned out of their homes.

Mississippi Delta Community College has a new leader.







Hoping to light a fire

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Two Delta women are looking to light a fire under the wives and immediate female relatives of firemen throughout the state.

Petey Mixon and Dorothy “Dot” Outlaw say the women’s participation in the state’s Firemen’s Auxiliary organization has shrunk significantly over the years, a trend they hope to reverse.





Pancake supper Tuesday

It’s time for the annual pancake supper at Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Indianola. Dinner will be served from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. next Tuesday (March 5) at the Parish House (204 E. Gresham). Tickets are $6 and are available from the men of the church or by paying for a ticket at the door the night of the event.





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