After months of intense planning Mississippi Valley State University’s (MVSU) professor Dr. C. Sade Turnipseed and her public history students, led by 17-year old Brian Diyaolu, were given approval by the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors to place a historical marker commemorating the historic stance taken by Mrs.
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December and January are supposed to be slow months.
Not in the newspaper business, I guess. At least not this year.
Indianola has been anything but a sleepy little town the past two months, and in some ways that’s a positive, and in some ways that’s very negative.
The same can be said for Sunflower County as a whole.
At the beginning of the new year, I committed to rereading the whole Bible.
This morning, I read Genesis 39.
For those who have not read it, Joseph was taken to Egypt by the Ishmaelite traders and sold to an Egyptian officer (Potiphar). There he served in the home of Potiphar.
Jeremy Jack of Belzoni spoke to the Indianola Rotary Club this week about the latest in agricutlural technology. Jack is the owner of Silent Shade Planting Co. Jack, pictured left, was the guest of Rotarian Jim Robertson (right).
Photo: Bryan Davis
The Gentry High School Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Student of the Week is Ariel Galloway. The senior plans to pursue a degree in Business Administration after graduation in the spring. Her dream job is to be an entrepreneur and a cosmetologist. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing. She is pictured with JMG Instructor and Job Specialist Dr.
Sunflower County Circuit Clerk, Carolyn Hamilton recently spoke with the Lions Club about the various duties and services her office provides. She spoke about learning to become a true community servant while working for the former Circuit Clerk Sammy Ely. She began working with Mr.
The University of Mississippi has announced honors for the 2019 fall semester.
There were six local students honored.
On Saturday during the Eighth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Brunch, guest speaker Dr. Barbara McDaniel-Suggs, PhD, challenged the audience to make a difference by beginning with the person in the mirror. She queried, “Where do we go from here?” and suggested that God has something for all of us to do.
Bell Grove Missionary Baptist Church Mission Ministry cordially invites you to worship with them as they celebrate First Responders Appreciation Day at 11 a.m. Sunday.