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Once again the Delta’s military veterans were recognized and honored with a special breakfast conducted by the officers and staff of Community Bank.

Plans are underway for Indianola’s citywide Thanksgiving service. Committee members announce that the service will be held on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. at First United M.B. Church, 718 Coolidge Street.

The Moorhead Garden Club partnered with Delta Cotton Belles, Mississippi Delta Community College, South Sunflower County Hospital, Town of Moorhead, Higher Heights Missionary Baptist Church, Macedonia Church of God, and Pleasant Green Missionary...

The Indianola Academy Colonels (12-1) are going the way of Johnny and June.

They’re goin’ to Jackson…for the fourth consecutive year.

Since taking over as Mississippi Delta Community College’s president in 2013, Larry Nabors has overseen large new construction and renovation projects, totaling millions of dollars.

A group of about 15 local farmers and landowners showed up Monday at a public hearing held by the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors to help drive home the point that the large trucks that haul their harvest should not be restricted from...




Cops and Robbers October 18, 2018

Indianola police made the following arrests,

On October 10 at 10:08 a.m., Kayla Johnson, 20, 408 Sunflower Ave., was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct—disturbance of family peace after she assaulted her stepfather, a 32-year-old West Herman Johnson Street man, while police were present.










All hope is not lost : Hurricane Michael victims get taste of Indianola’s kindness after storm

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Lost Pizza Co. owners Preston Lott and Brooks Roberts live less than an hour from Panama City Beach, Fla., a place left ravaged by the category 4 Hurricane Michael last week.

They made the trip back to the Delta to wait out the storm, which would eventually veer east from their homes in Santa Rosa Beach.


Citizens ask county to slow speed bump installations

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors’ attempt to make some rural routes safer for residents has hit a few bumps.

The county has installed engineer-approved speed deterrent devices on Fisackerly and Beaverdam Roads,  among others, but some motorists are complaining that the bumps are a nuisance and even against state law.


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