Relying heavily on the advice of Attorney Kim Merchant, on Monday night the Indianola city lawmakers discussed how they should move forward with regard to the city's active emergency proclamation and voted unanimously to "mirror" Gov. Tate Reeves' latest executive order with a few minor adjustments.
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Class of 2020 graduates face great changes and missed milestones due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unlike previous graduates, most seniors won’t have the opportunity to walk the stage this month.
However, other ways of celebrating graduates while maintaining social distancing have been introduced.
Telesat, one of the largest and most successful global satellite operators, has joined a group of tech firms led by Mississippi-based C Spire working to bridge the “digital divide” and help solve the rural broadband access and adoption problem.
COVID-19 has killed tens of thousands, but the economic hardship caused by a prolonged panic will kill hundreds of thousands.
That premise is based on a 2009 scholarly paper published in the Quarterly Journal of Economics and endorsed by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
The Delta Overload robotics team from Gentry High School is at it again.
The city of Indianola may be one step closer to hiring a new city clerk.
In a 4-1 decision on Monday night, the Indianola Board of Aldermen voted to accept Mayor Steve Rosenthal's recommened changes regarding the city clerk's position, with the aldermen requiring only a minor adjustment in the salary range.
Tourist season is annual and cancellations can’t be recouped.
With COVID-19 shutting down businesses and non-profits such as the B.B. King Museum and the Brindley Theater, the loss of a season can’t be made up.
The city and county also lose out on tourist dollars as well as sales tax revenue from businesses being shut down.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Saturday at 4:29 p.m., Veola Story, 71, 1116 5th Ave. was arrested and charged with burglary--breaking and entering a house.
Moorhead Police Chief Fred Randle had issued a caution to the town's residents at the onset of his term there, but apparently some Moorhead residents still have not adhered to his warning when it comes to riding four-wheelers and side-by-side vehicles on city streets.
An inmate serving life for killing his girlfriend in Brandon has died in prison.
Robert Floyd McGuire, 56, was found unresponsive on his rack at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman Monday morning. He was taken to the prison hospital, where he was pronounced dead.