Supervisors hold first session of 2019


On Monday, during the first session of the new year, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to purchase three new 4-wheel drive pickup trucks for the road department even after District 2 Supervisor Riley Rice expressed concern that work in the road department is still not being done even with a road manager and five assist

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