Annual Mission Day
There are many problems plaguing the City of Indianola when it comes to infrastructure and maintenance, and it seems more than a handful of those issues can be found on Baker Street.
Annual Mission Day
On Saturday, the Saint Benedict the Moor Catholic Church hosted the seventh annual Martin Luther King Jr. Brunch.
Breastfeeding Support Workshop
ITTA BENA – Federal workers continue to face working without pay or minimal pay as the partial government shutdown hits one month, the longest shutdown in U.S. history.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Thursday at 7:28 am, Larry D. Pate, 63, 204 Stuart St., was arrested and charged with shoplifting (first offense) after a Walmart employee called police and said he stole two packs of Magnolia smoked sausages valued at $16.
As this world changes daily and political correctness becomes more popular, it seems that respect for others and good manners seem to be out of the window. It doesn’t matter who you are or your standing in the community; no one person is better than the other.
The Inverness Hawks took first place in the Sunflower County Consolidated School District Middle School Basketball Tournament on Jan 16 by defeating the Ruleville Middle School Bulldogs by a score of 33 to 30 in the boys division. Pictured kneeling are Elijah Powers, Jikayvien Edwards and Jordan Davis.
The Southern Debutante Assembly held its 2018 Presentation and White and Gold Ball on the evening of Dec. 28 at the Greenwood Country Club in Greenwood. Thirty-three debutantes were presented to society at the event.
My boyhood friend Thurmond would do all right in today’s environment, probably graduate from high school and maybe even go to college.
As it was, back in the 1940s in rural South Mississippi, he never made it through the eighth grade, and nobody worried much about it.
If there is a state agency in Mississippi that should be required to be more transparent, not less, it’s the Department of Corrections.
Yet, Pelicia Hall, the head of that agency, was asking a panel of lawmakers last week to relieve MDOC of some of the requirements of the state Public Records Act.