During the most recent session of the Indianola Board of Aldermen, the city lawmakers voted to approve the launch of a study to find out what’s needed to combat the high volume of crime in the southern-most portion of the city and the practicability of a police substation.
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Indianola police made the following arrests,
On December 24 at 8:42 p.m., Connie Caldwell, 57, 907 Quiver St., Ruleville was arrested and charged with public drunkenness after officers were called to the Love's Truck Stop about an unwanted person.
Sunflower County’s lone representative on the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team in 2019 got some stage time in the Music City during Monday’s 38-28 Music City Bowl loss to Louisville. Timbs is pictured (second from end) top left with Mary Eliza McCarly, Mary Madaline, Tim and Phyllis Timbs.
As we celebrate the last days of the current year and enjoy the festive times of Christmas, do we have an expectation of what the days and months of the New Year are going to bring? Have we made plans that are going to affect us in the next few days as well as the future?
The elementary students at North Sunflower Academy can be seen to the right spreading Christmas cheer to the residents at Walter B. Crook Nursing Facility in Ruleville before the holiday break.
Photo: Vikki Peay
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
The second day of a new year.
The second day of a new decade. How’s it going? Now as I sit down to tap out this column, it’s Sunday night and the New Year hasn’t hit me flush in the face just yet.
It is annoying when some people complain that cattle are a huge contributor to global warming because of their methane “emissions.”
Of course, that observation usually leads to the call for people to reduce or eliminate their beef consumption, which would mean the world would need less cattle and the planet would thus be saved.