Stop the violence: 2019 saw five young Indianola men lose their lives in shootings


As of press time this week, Indianola’s murder rate stood at five for 2019.

Violent crime during the past 12 months has taken a particularly hard toll on young men in the community, between the lives taken and the lives ruined over the deadly shootings.

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