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...
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A flurry of filings in the last week before the qualifying deadline has made for an active ballot for the August 6 primary elections. Based on information from the Sunflower County Circuit Clerk’s office, only five incumbents are running unopposed.
Recent rains and other factors have led to a lot of flooding in the Mississippi Delta.
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.
BELZONI – Huey Townsend, Chairman of the Board of Guaranty Bank & Trust Company, announced recently that eight employees have been promoted by actions of the Board of Directors.
Eight Mississippi Delta high school students who participated in a filmmaking workshop conducted by the production team of a new and original documentary, Fannie Lou Hamer’s America, will have their work on another film featured at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
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.
Firefighters Harry D. Brown and Carl E. White Jr. of the Indianola Fire Department graduated Feb. 21, from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 Firefighter I-II course held at the Mississippi State Fire Academy in Jackson.
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