Ross Ministries School of Discipleship’s Youth Class recently received certificates and gift bags for recognition of perfect attendance in their one-year Bible course. Pictured holding their awards are Darrius Alexander Ross and La’Darrius Josiah Green.
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Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church, located in the Steiner community, recently celebrated their 119th year church anniversary. Pictured left to right are: Betty McGee, program chair; Pastor Rodney Richard and wife Valincia Richard; and Minnie Jackson, mother board member.
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Swan Lake Missionary Baptist Church of Moorhead will have the final night of their annual Revival at 7 p.m. tonight. The guest evangelist will be Pastor Eric Lee of Saint Paul Missionary Baptist Church of Olive Branch.
Annual Choir Concert
The Mississippi Delta Community College Board of Trustees chair position will remain vacant for at least a couple of weeks, perhaps longer.
That all depends on whether a new trustee is nominated and voted on at the next meeting of the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Friday at 4:55 p.m., Nicholas Henderson, 24, 15 Heron St., and Rhonda NaFaye Conrod, 32, 115 Lucille St., were arrested and charged with domestic violence—simple assault after officers were called to the Heron Street address regarding a domestic problem and found both had injuries.
When I was 12 years old, I accepted Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior. This is a day that I will never forget. I remember vividly the preacher of my home church putting his arm around my shoulders and leaning over to talk to me about this important decision.
Tricia Walker, former director of the Delta Music Institute (DMI) at Delta State University, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mississippi Writers Guild at its annual conference for working writers and aspiring writers held at GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi on July 26-27.
The Environmental Protection Agency may still hold the veto on the Yazoo Backwater Pumps, but proponents of the decades-old project are by far winning the public relations war.
And the messaging is getting more pointed by the day.
James Williams, an attorney and the chairman of the Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors, told the 609 graduates at LSU’s summer commencement last Friday that there are three kinds of graduates: magna cum laude, cum laude and “Thank you, Lawdy”.