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Rev. Otis Anthony II was sworn in this week as the representative for House District 31. Anthony’s family and friends were present during the ceremony, which was officiated by Speaker of the House Phillip Gunn.

This coming March, my wife Callie and I will celebrate seven years of marriage.

Two weeks ago, we completed our sixth move in those seven years.

I sure hope this one is the last.

Kendall Glenda Causey            

Caroline Louis Parker            

Coursey Lynn Pitts

It’s been just over a year since an apparent thief or thieves caused the death of a Holly Ridge farm worker who was preparing to go visit his mother out of state and although the case is still under investigation, no arrests have been made.

Seniors Belize Reed (No. 32) and Mercedes Hayes (No. 25) go for a rebound during last week’s action against Greenville.

Bryan Davis

That most important time of the basketball season has now arrived.

City Engineer Ron Cassada came before the Indianola Board of Aldermen on Monday night to get approval to apply on behalf of the city for a portion of the $250 million that the Mississippi Legislature allocated to fund bridge projects across the...

Aldermen miss chance to reschedule Nov. 12 meeting


A special call meeting of the Indianola Board of Aldermen slated for Monday night had to be cancelled because the meeting was one alderman shy of a quorum.

One of the items on the agenda was a request to approve rescheduling the upcoming regular session set for Monday Nov. 12 because of the Veterans Day holiday.

Church News November 8, 2018

Clothes and

Food Give-A-Way

Ross Ministries School of Discipleship will give away free clothes and food to the needy from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Full Gospel Church in the Lovelace Shopping Center beside the Tower Loan building.


25th Year

Pastoral Anniversary

Community News November 8, 2018

Annual Banquet

Minter Springs Lodge #39 and J. Johnson Chapter #153 O.E.S. will have their Annual Banquet beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday.  Guest Speaker is Rev. Donnie Logan along with The United Male Choir. Requested donation for the banquet is $20. The public is invited to attend. (662)207-5751 for more info.