Today's Top Stories

Margaret Rushing (center) of Indianola was named to the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Chapter of Common Cause on Sept. 26.
A unique musical stage play, straight from the songbook of Johnny Cash is about to hit the stage at the Brindley Theater Mid-Delta Arts Association.
Another state championship has now been added to the Indianola Academy folklore.
Crunch time has arrived for the Thomas E. Edwards High Tigers football team of Ruleville.
Indianola Academy’s Homecoming Queen will be crowned tomorrow night during its Homecoming game against Benton Academy.

Britt speaks to Lions

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.

JMG Student of the Week

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.

Pages from the past: A look back with Charlotte Buchanan: VFW Auxiliary still going strong




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.



Another state championship has now been added to the Indianola Academy folklore.


Services for Jimmy Ross Hunt, of Parchman, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Ruleville Baptist... READ MORE

Breaking News

The redrawn lines for Districts 13 and 22 will be in effect for tomorrow’s primary elections.