Disaster relief legislation that was backed by U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and passed by an overwhelming majority of the Senate this week failed to pass the U.S.
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An Associated Press article and picture in the newspaper the other day got me to reflecting on my experiences with the Speed Graphic camera.
The story was about Jerry W. Keahey Sr. donating his Speed Graphic, with which he was pictured, to the Civil Rights Museum in Jackson.
You are invited to join Saint James Missionary Baptist Church in a time of Prayer, Praise & Preaching for Spring Revival at 7:00 p.m. nightly tonight and tomorrow. The Evangelist will be Pastor Albert Calvin of Mount Horeb Missionary Baptist Church, Greenville.
Be Smart: Control Your Diabetes
Be Smart: Control Your Diabetes will take place at noon today in the Barksdale Cotton Gin.
Indianola Mayor Steve Rosenthal is wielding his veto power.
Rosenthal announced on Wednesday that he has decided to veto a motion that was carried unanimously during Monday night’s meeting to remove “No Parking” signs from Henderson Street.
Two persons sought by local law enforcement officials are now in custody. On Monday, Sunflower Police Chief Louis Baymon reported that Detriss Landford 19, wanted in connection with at least two shootings in Sunflower and Indianola, was in the Sunflower County jail.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Thursday at 12:52 p.m., Martin Luther Broadnax 50, 905 South Boulevard, Greenwood was arrested and charged with shoplifting after a Walmart employee said he stole $4 worth of bourbon wings.
For as long as I can remember I have heard there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. I would often wonder if the phrase “chasing rainbows” came from hunting or wishing to find that pot of gold?
In 11 seasons before Vince Lombardi became head coach of the Green Bay Packers, the team never had a winning season.
Healthcare has been the topic of the last two Rotary programs in Indianola. The first was Allison Taylor, who represented the American Cancer Society during the meeting two weeks ago. This week, the Club welcomed Julie Peyton with Grace Hospice. Pictured left are Rotarian Jerry Nobile, Taylor and Moorhead Mayor George Holland.