City adjusts, does not eliminate curfew

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

Indianola residents are now able to move about more freely outside of their homes.

That was the gist of a decision made by the Indianola Board of Aldermen on Monday night, which included a change, but not elimination, of the city’s curfew.

 
 
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