Indianola Chamber Main Street Board President Cherrie Lynn Britt spoke to the Indianola Rotary Club this week about the Chamber’s new 2020 anti-littering initiative Slam Dunk the Junk. The Chamber is partnering with multiple donors, volunteers and the city of Indianola to address rampant littering in the city.
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Lion Brady Smith brought Robin Richardson as his guest this past Wednesday. Richardson is the County Director of the USDA Farm Service Agency in Sunflower County, a position he has served in for over almost 33 years. Richardson followed Lion David Jenkins into that position in 1987. He gave an overview of FSA programs applicable to Sunflower
The Thursday “Tune in to Black History” series at the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center kicked off on Thursday with the African American Art exhibit featuring art students from Gentry High School.
The Sunflower County Soil & Water Conservation District will host its Annual Tree Giveaway TODAY at the USDA Service Center, located at 212 N. MLK Jr. Drive in Indianola. Come early, supplies are limited.
Community Blood Drive
Valentine’s Program and Tea
Indianola police made the following arrests,
The postseason has now begun.
Taking a 23-5 basketball record into Wednesday night’s clash with Clarksdale High School, the Gentry High Rams were also taking their first step into the 2019-20 state playoff competition.
My brother loaned me a book and told me to read it, which I did. It was written by a Vietnam POW and he told of the torture and struggles the POW’s endured and went through while in captivity. It not only told of the pain and punishment the POW’s went through it also told about what his wife and children faced while he was confined.
A purportedly long-standing concern regarding the possibility of harmful mold at the Charles Scattergood apartment complex has resurfaced.
Tenant Michelle Campbell is alleging that her residential unit is contaminated with mold and the mold has made her ill.