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Indianola police made the following arrests,
Indianola police reported no arrests this week.
In other calls,
On Thursday at 2:57 p.m., a 53-year-old Oak Street man said someone stole his identity in order to receive unemployment funds.
U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) has joined Senators Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-La.), Tina Smith (D-Minn.), and others calling on federal health agencies to provide Congress with a written plan and timeline about any potential changes to Medicare rules governing telehealth.
District 1 Supervisor Glenn Donald expressed ire on Monday over the way several homeowners are handling their properties in the Eastmoor Subdivision in Moorhead.
He alluded to residents who seemingly lack pride when it comes to the upkeep of their surroundings.
The start of the 2020 football season for Mississippi Delta Community College will get off to a later start than usual, but the Trojans are still set for an eight-game slate in the upcoming season.
The results of Tuesday's Second Congressional District Republican runoff election are in and according to information released by the Sunflower County Circuit Clerk's Office, voter turnout was sparse. The Republican runoff pitted Brian Flowers against Thomas L. Carey.
DSU Vice President for Student Affairs Named to 2020 Millennium Leadership Initiative of American Association of State Colleges and UniversitiesBy DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,
Dr. Vernell Bennett-Fairs, vice president for student affairs at Delta State University, is one of 31 senior-level higher education professionals who will participate in the 2020 Millennium Leadership Initiative (MLI), a premier leadership development program of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).
The City of Indianola is teaming up with Mound Bayou-based Delta Health Center to provide mandatory COVID-19 testing at the City Hall Annex this Thursday.
“All employees are required to be tested,” a notice to departments read today.
The July 2 test schedule will be as follows:
Public Works from 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
Gov. Tate Reeves signed into law 40 bills Thursday, including bills that expand the rights of cottage food operators and another that expands the state’s existing “right to try” law to include some other medical conditions.
The Sunflower County Consolidated School Distict will hold a virtual zoom community meeting on its fall re-opening plan on Thursday, July 16, 6 p.m.
Stakeholders will hear about the plans that the district has been making over the last few months in preparation for the 2020-2021 school year.
The city of Moorhead is in search of someone to handle the day-to-day operations that keep the town functioning. In a 3-1 vote on June 3, the city council unanimously voted to terminate the employment of Percell Moore as the municipality's city manager.
A discussion during Monday's Sunflower County Board of Supervisors' meeting will hopefully help everyone keep in step with the required protocols for using the courthouse facility and grounds in the future.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients in Sunflower County jumped from 452 to 470 on Friday.
The total number of deaths did not change from eight the previous day, according to information provided by the Mississippi State Department of Health.
A Sunflower County judicial court issue came up at Monday’s meeting of the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors and Attorney Johnny McWilliams said this is not its initial appearance.
Based on an entry in the book Fevers, Floods and Faith, it is a century-old concern that was once addressed in 1916.
Indianola Lodge No. 450 F & A M recently held a reception for Hayden Grambling and his parents, Edgar and Rebecca, to present the Lodge's first graduating senior scholarship. The brethren of T. J. Catchings Lodge No. 394 in Inverness, Sunflower County's oldest Masonic Lodge, also awarded Hayden a matching scholarship.
The prospect of a new wellness and physical therapy center is groundbreaking news for the city of Indianola.
The Indianola Police Department announced Thursday that a suspect in the murder of 17-year-old Aquavius Hines is in custody.
There’s a lot to be said about the dwindling population in the Mississippi Delta.
That trend continues to negatively affect the region’s healthcare, education and economic development.
It’s difficult recruiting jobs to a region that is losing its labor pool more and more year-after-year.
But there is good news.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
I’ve only been to Parchman in uniform. Back in the 1970s our Little League baseball division consisted of Isola, Inverness, Moorhead, Sunflower and Parchman.
The Thursday “Tune in to Black History” series at the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center kicked off on Thursday with the African American Art exhibit featuring art students from Gentry High School.
The purchase of a new fire truck for the town of Inverness took a slight detour on Monday after a request to switch manufacturers was submitted to, voted on and approved by the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors.
On Friday, April 10, Alberta Garner’s life was cut short just before dawn after shots rang out on Garrard Avenue in Indianola.
Gardner is the city’s second female victim of gunfire this year, and according to police reports, she is likely the second innocent bystander to be killed in Indianola since March.