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Wednesday evening’s protest along Cotton Row in Cleveland was both peaceful and emotional.
Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced his Safe Return guidelines for permanent drivers license stations across the state to reopen on Monday, June 8.
Protests have been flaring up around the country as a direct result of the death of 46-year-old Minnesota resident George Floyd on May 25.
When the COVID-19 outbreak hit, information was everywhere. Some from reliable sources but much was not.
The Mississippi House of Representatives passed a bond bill Monday that has $86 million in funding for capital projects at state universities, $79 million in funding for capital projects involving


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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.








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Sports

Basketball practice has already started for some at North Sunflower Academy.

Obituaries

Graveside services for Jack Vance Jr., 84, of Chicago, formerly of Indianola will be at 12 noon... READ MORE

Breaking News

Sunflower County Consolidated Schools Superintendent talks about the closure of schools during the... READ MORE