Musician Josh Newcom and his band drew a large crowd to Club Ebony last Friday night. Debuting his blues album, The Blues Gonna Getcha, Newcom played a two-hour set in front of about 70 people.
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Sunflower County Consolidated School District Superintendent Miskia Davis spoke to the Indianola Rotary Club this week about progress that has been made at the district during her two-plus years as head of the operation. She was joined by district employees Dylan Jones (left) and William Murphy (right).
An economic development announcement is expected within the next week that could bring a new company and jobs to Sunflower County.
Details are still being kept confidential, but it is apparent from this week’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors that the company will occupy a portion of the Monsanto building in Indianola.
Three members of the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors, which constitutes a quorum, toured the law offices of Crosthwait, Terney & Noble on June 17 after the regular session ended to see if the space was adequate for additional county offices.
Watch a high quality verison of Indianola's Fourth of July fireworks show.
As part of The E-T's series, 55 Years of Freedom, Charles McLaurin discusses Fannie Lou Hamer and his role in birnging one of the movement's most famous marches to the Delta.
By John Nobile Bellipanni
Adults can receive free, professional dental care at a clinic being held on June 28-29 at the Leflore County Civic Center.
The Bologna Performing Arts Center at Delta State University in Cleveland, has recently announced its upcoming season of performances.
The new season has two series: the Main Stage, featuring performances open to the public, and the School-Time Matinee Series for students and teachers.
Oak Grove MB Church Inverness ended its five days of Vacation Bible School 2019 by challenging its members to become World Changers, which was its theme. World Changers: Leading through Action. All ages were invited.