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100 YEARS AGO,
EDITORIAL NOTICE BY J. A. RICHADSON: Say what you want about the automobile, but it has done a great deal for the florists and undertakers.
SOCIETY: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pullen and little daughter were in Indianola last Wednesday.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
It wasn’t the greatest Clint Eastwood movie. Not even close actually.
But in Heartbreak Ridge, Eastwood takes a bunch of rag tag men and eventually makes Marines out of them. But the phrase he uses, “Improvise, adapt and overcome” has new meaning to me during this quarantine.
The North Sunflower Academy class of 2020 had to add masks to their graduation apparel last week, but each of the 14 graduates were able to walk and receive their diplomas in person. Pictured in front are Dakota Dawson, Mikaela Mengarelli, Mary Neal Kimbrell, Chandler Hayes, Kaitlyn Hollis, Hannah Utz and Kaid King.
While many are looking ahead and focusing on precautions for safely conducting the November Presidential election, Sunflower County Circuit Clerk Carolyn Hamilton has a more pressing issue—a June 23 Republican runoff for the Second Congressional District. Thomas L.
In a 4-1 vote on Monday morning, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors took the first step to implement a travel log policy to assist in maintaining transparency and accountability with regard to the use of county-owned vehicles.
Seated in the K-5 graduating class are Sarah Burt, Azana Gentry and Mary Lynn Cooper. Standing are Mamie Kent, Ava Stewart, Karlee Bradley and Laken Lawrence. In back is teacher Jessy Goodin.
Photo: Vikki Peay
Pictured seated in the sixth grade graduating class are Channing King, Lena Morris, Jaden Johnson and Ashley Haycraft. Standing are Ryan Brady, Wyatt Barr, Landon Liddell, Brayden Clem, Tristan Parks and Teacher Barbara Dunavent. Not pictured is Preston Reynolds.
Photo: Vikki Peay