Today's Top Stories

The whole world will know about B.B. King today. 
Issues with the city’s financial statements are causing a delay in presenting the proposed upcoming budget according to Mayor Steve Rosenthal.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors held a special call meeting on Monday to address some unresolved topics and one of the segments focused on an attempt to smooth out some bumps within the
The town of Sunflower has a new Chief law enforcement officer.
Longtime Planters Bank executive Alan Hargett has been named as Chief Executive Officer of the Sunflower County-based bank.

A grand homecoming

Marilyn Tinnin (lefl) came to Indianola last Thursday to sign copies of her new book, Mae Mae’s Grandmother Book at The Crown. The signing, which took place during the restaurant’s lunch hours, was a success as many old and new friends came by to purchase books, have them signed and to visit with the author.

The Price is right: Sunflower ice cream company has cooled tongues and warmed hearts


Ice cream may mean a lot of things to a lot of people but to Verlie Price, it is a way for her to reach out and touch others.

This year makes twelve years since Verlie Price established CVP Ice Cream Company. A road of triumph lead her into the unique business venture.

Davis speaks to Lions

Brittany Davis-Green, founder and co-owner of Dynasty Media & Management Co., spoke to the Indianola Lions Club recently about branding yourself.  As a business owner, it’s important to properly market what you’re selling. Ms.



A clear example of teamwork was on prominent display last Friday night at Legion Field.


Betty Sue Mallette, 80, of Indianola, passed away Friday Sept. 13, 2019, in Pontotoc.

Breaking News

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