Debutantes enjoying a recent late-afternoon garden party were, from the left, in front, Sumner Elizabeth Cole of Schlater; Anna Katherine Alderman of Greenwood: Elizabeth Blacksher Anderton of Fairhope, Alabama; and Allen Bailey Saffold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Today's Top Stories
Ike and Cham Trotter have a unique connection to one of the world’s most famous authors, William Faulkner. Of course, their family knew the author before he added the “u” to his last name. Years before he became famous, Faulkner purchased his famous Rowan Oak home from the Trotters’ ancestors.
David M. Keys Sr., who recently earned an Ed.D., has accepted the position of Information Technology Manager at the United States Government Publishing Office in Washington, DC.
Keys is the son of Isaiah and Mamie Keys of Indianola and is a 1986 graduate of Gentry High School.
The Mississippi Center for Justice afforded 12 local students an all expense paid trip to Washington D.C for the Democracy in Action Seminar.
Students attended from the north and south end of the Sunflower Consolidated School District, as well as Humphreys County.
June is nationally observed as National Men’s Health Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, men in the United States, on average, die five years earlier than women. It is the intent of many of the men’s health organizations to actively promote intervention at an early age in males.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
There are special places in my heart that are only but a memory these days. One such hamlet – Camp Tallaha.
The memories of chiggers and ticks and the coldest dang spring-fed pool where hours were spent in lifeguard training.
Be Smart: Control Your Diabetes
“Be Smart! Control Your Diabetes” healthcare initiative, sponsored by. Mississippi Association of Diabetes, Mississippi State Extension Service, and Sunflower County Diabetes Support Group, will take place from 12 noon until 1:00 p.m. today at the Barksdale Cotton Gin in the BB King Museum.
Pilgrim Green Springhill Church, Shaw, will celebrate a Love Day for Sis. Dollie Trotter at 4 p.m. Saturday. Minister Lillie Gilmore will be the guest speaker for this event. For more info, call 662-400-6380 or 662-588-0012.
Union Sunday School
Indianola’s fire chief says last Wednesday’s mishap with the city’s tornado sirens underscores a larger problem with how the alarms are sounded.