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The groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation Headquarters was held on Thursday in Ruleville.  The Ruleville Community House was the host venue for the celebr
The outdoors loving high school kid from New Mexico traveled the world as a member of the Army Special Forces keeping the rest of us safe and free.
As the country prepares to honor its military service veterans this Monday, we should be mindful that those who served this country did so in a variety of capacities.
The Indianola Academy Colonels appear to be playing like a team on a mission. One football game at a time.
Thanks to a concerted effort from local stakeholders and others across the state, the Indianola Municipal Drug Court has successfully received state funding in the form of a $50,000 annual grant.








Shootings have to stop

By BRYAN DAVIS EDITOR,

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.








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