Tim Pyles, with the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation visited the Indianola Rotary Club this week. He spoke on a number of topics, including the state’s conceal carry law and salvage titles.
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Lion Weldon Aultman welcomed Cherrie Lynn Britt as the Lions program last week. Britt is Indianola Chamber Main Street president for 2019. She talked about the many projects in the works from Indianola Arts & Eats (Saturday, September 28) to Wreaths Across America (Saturday, December 14) and stressed the importance of shopping local.
The Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Student of the Week is Ne’Ari Thomas. The senior Indianola native plans to pursue a career in sports medicine after high school, with a dream job of being a personal trainer. In his spare time, he enjoys video games and joking around. He is pictured (left) with JMG Instructor and Job Specialist Dr.
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EDITORIAL NOTE: Our new teachers went to Greenwood to spend their brand-new salaries. They brought back a gingham dress, two jars of freckle cream, two hair nets, a bag of peanuts and no money.
W. M. Garrard left Monday for New Orleans as a delegate to the World Cotton Congress.
The MaeMae Book Tour continues, and this past week I had the most fun in Charles’ hometown of Meridian.
Two of my closest Delta Gamma sorority sisters invited me to give a program at a combined meeting of their garden club and antique club.
The suspension of a city employee two weeks ago appears to have come hours after the worker had a physical confrontation with Indianola Mayor Steve Rosenthal.
The Sunflower County Tax Collector could become a one-stop shop for all taxes collected in the county, including municipalities.
Sunflower County will be in a festive spirit on Saturday, with the Indian Bayou Arts & Eats Festival in Indianola and the Great Ruleville Roast in Ruleville.
For Indian Bayou, there are several new vendors and returning artists from across the state.
Weekly Bible Study
MVSU Football Bus Trip