Today's Top Stories
Suicide is a world-wide problem and the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.
With the pressures of education bearing down more on today’s students, the problem continues to spread across college campuses.
But that’s where the Jordan Porco Foundation’s Fresh Check Program steps in to help.
Editor’s Note: Stephen Kimbriel, the father of Sawyer Kimbriel, is a native of Blaine and a 1999 graduate of Indianola Academy.
This past weekend in the Mississippi Delta, a group of people gathered for the placement of yet another historical marker at the location where historians believe Emmett Till’s body was found in the Tallahatchie River.
The Delta may not be the Wild West, but it certainly has been giving that historically violent era of American history a run for its money lately.
Violent shootings are nothing new to the area, but it seems like the notion of solving every dispute with a gun has become more commonplace in the recent past.
Twitter World was on fire last week.
There is nothing new in that. It is always a repository of vitriol and name calling.
I do not in my heart of hearts believe that the majority of Americans are represented by the tweeters, but I find it interesting to scroll through the comments from time to time.
I would like to take this time to urge our community and leaders to support the new Indianola Municipal Drug Court that will be phased in shortly.
Thursday when we boarded the ship for vacation, I was surprised to hear an African American’s voice over the loud speaker welcoming us as the Cruise Director. Surprised, simply because out of the many cruises I’ve been on, this was a first. Alriiiggghhtt, Carnival! Lol