Today's Top Stories

If you are ever looking for something that is simply unique, then you should probably look no further than Shantilla Nash.
The police chief of the town of Sunflower is getting some national publicity by way of social media this week.
De’Ryan Shanklin’s advice to young people is “Don’t limit yourself.” The Isola native and 2011 Humphreys County High School graduate certainly has not done that.
Teaching complex sentences got a little more complex during the last two months of the school year.
Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced his Safer At Home order will be ending on June 1 to be replaced by new guidance for the next stage of economic recovery for Mississippi.

Circling letters

Aniya Davis, a student of Sunflower County Head Start and Early Head Start, which is operated by Delta Health Alliance, circles letters in The Enterprise-Tocsin as part of lessons that are shared with parents through the Head Start’s Facebook page.

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Rotary feeds firemen

The Indianola Rotary Club, which has not met since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, fed the Indianola Fire Department on Tuesday, the club’s regular meeting day. The department enjoyed delicious plates from Delta Corner. Pictured above are Sgt. Willie Rounds, Capt. Otha James, Capt. Demetrius Williams, Karen Farrow (Delta Corner), Asst.









Church Events May 21, 2020

Church Anniversary

Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, located at 75 Skelton Road, will continue celebrating their 140th-year Church Anniversary at 7 p.m. TONIGHT and TOMORROW, climaxing at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. They are working diligently to insure that it will be a most memorable occasion.

Minister Installation Program



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Graveside services for Merlin Williams of Belzoni will be at 12 noon Saturday at Swiftown United... READ MORE

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