Today's Top Stories

Andy Daniels, a successful State Farm Agent for more than 25 years, is the Director of the Mid-Delta Arts Association’s next production The Odd Couple. 

Outgoing MDCC President Dr. Larry Nabors goes over current plans to build a new administration building and a campus bookstore.

Photo: Recardo Thomas

On March 27, 2019, New Stage Theatre presented a performance of If Not Us, Then Who?

Join GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi on April 26 at 7 p.m. as we put a spotlight on Carla Cooke, the daughter of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and GRAMMY® Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Sam Cooke.

Thursday will be another “weather aware” day, as the National Weather Service in Jackson reports strong storms are expected in the area throughout the day.

I have worked as an Emergency Medicine physician in Mississippi for 20 years now. 

Saulsberry publishes book


A Sunflower County native has released an inspirational book about her journey since being diagnosed HIV positive, and she is hoping her story will help end the stigma attached to living with the illness.

Joanne Saulsberry, a Moorhead native, has published Victory to Victory There is Healing in the Release: From Diagnosis to Mission.

Tradition of Walk With the Cross continues tomorrow


Drivers along U.S. 82 this week may not make it to a Good Friday service, but they might be able to see the power of the cross first-hand.

Christ United Methodist Church and First United Methodist Church are teaming up again for what has become one of Indianola’s most cherished Easter traditions, Walk With the Cross.

Second Brain Bowl tonight

The second of three Sunflower County Consolidated School District Brain Bowl competitions is tonight at Ruleville Middle School at 6 p.m.

This event will be between the middle schools in the district. The high school event will be next week.