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I don’t know if you noticed, but last week it rained.
Torrents of rain fell upon torrents of rain, and more rain followed that.
The sky’s blue got absorbed by a soggy, woolen, grey blanket, and the storms that followed seemed relentless.
Dressed for the game Ole Miss cheerleader and Delta sophomore beauty, Sara Simmons, left the Delta Gamma house late morning on a cool November Saturday in 1946.
The opponent was Mississippi State and was one of only two campus battles for the '46 Rebels.
Chancery Court Judge Debra Giles held her first Pro Se Day in Sunflower County last week.
Sub district 9-2 Chancery Judge Debra Giles held her first Pro Se Day last Thursday at the Sunflower County Courthouse. Giles is meeting with law student Kaylyn Caston and attorneys Gayla Carpenter-Sanders, Gwendolyn Jimison and Tanisha Gates.
Steven Abney was recently awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award. Abney is the son of Shelly Horton, and he attends North Sunflower Academy
Photo: Vikki Peay
Ninth through twelfth grade art students from J.Z. George High School of North Carrollton returned to the B.B. King Museum last week to review the results of their fall art projects that focused on Delta blues music and the legendary B.B. King.
At the Indianola Board of Aldermen meeting last Monday night, another issue was flushed out during the discussion about increases in the water bill, possible estimations instead of actual readings and the lateness of the bills.
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) announced recently that Moorhead native Susan V. Jackson, Senior Vice-President, Senior Portfolio Management Director, Financial Advisor, in its Wealth Management office in Baton Rouge has been named to the firm’s prestigious President’s Club, an elite group composed of the firm’s top Financial Advisors.
With just over a week to go, five new names have been added to the growing list of Sunflower County political hopefuls. This week the Sunflower County Circuit Clerk’s office reported that Jerry Pate has submitted qualifying papers for the office of Sunflower County Sheriff; Pate is running as a Republican.
Rash Temple Church of God in Christ, located at 510 N Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. in Sunflower, will host a prayer breakfast at 9 a.m. Saturday. They welcome the community.
Annual Black History Program