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This time of year gardeners of all ages get to enjoy the literal fruits of their labor. Most of the towns across the state have kicked off their seasonal farmers markets and fresh produce has filled numerous paper sacks across the country.
We dig in it all the time, but have you ever thought about what gives dirt its smell – or flavor?
I’ve written before about different kinds of the wonderful earthy stuff we grow plants in, and how some folks who insist it be called soil hold their noses when I call it dirt.
But good soils actually smell.
The August 6 Democratic Primary is just over a month away and the Sunflower County Circuit Clerk’s office is gearing up for the upcoming election season.
Absentee voting began on Monday and registered voters who plan to vote absentee have until Saturday, August 3 at noon to vote in the Circuit Clerk’s office.
Pastor Melvin Matthews talks with City Inspector Elvis Pernell Thursday morning after discovering that winds from Wednesday night’s storm may have dislodged bricks from one of the south walls of the Bell Grove Baptist Church.
Indianola Academy graduate Wesley Lester (far left) was recently awarded a scholarship from the Northwest Mississippi Community College Foundation for the upcoming school year. Lester has committed to play for the Northwest baseball team next spring.
Indianola Public Works Field Operations Supervisor Robert Spurlock said a lack of qualified manpower is one of the most impactful contributors to the city’s continually failing infrastructure.
Several water leaks and sinkholes have been spotted and reported and residents are beginning to ask what’s being done about it.
In Sunflower, some high school students are spending their summer advocating for policy change and are using college-level skills to do it. At the Sunflower County Freedom Project center, students are using the programming language R to do research on punishments in different spaces.
Indianola High School’s Class of 1969 just enjoyed our 50th reunion.
I am sure there are many quite grown up and even past 30 year old Indianolans who have no idea that there ever was an Indianola High School. Well, let me just tell you.
There was, and it was some kind of great school.
100 YEARS AGO, JUNE 1919
Editor’s Note: The value of Delta land is best shown by the fact that the highest prices have been paid by local men and not foreigners.
The First Baptist Church has installed a number of electric fans which will contribute greatly to the comfort and pleasure of the congregation.