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Indianola Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center recently celebrated what Kris Drake, regional vice-president calls “a really big deal.”

The chief executives from both Sunflower County hospitals solicited help from the Board of Supervisors Tuesday in alleviating concerns they have regarding ambulance services in the 68-mile-long county.

The Sunflower Food Store sign, an icon in Indianola for more than half a century, came down Monday, but it’s being replaced with what its owners hope will be another lasting legacy.

Indianola firefighters spray water on a second-story blaze at 411 Roosevelt St. Tuesday afternoon. They were able to limit the damage to the back portion of the large home, which belongs to Solomon Strong.

District Attorney Dewayne Richardson delivered the keynote Sunday for the 32nd annual program celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Mississippi State Extension Agent Ann Twiner says they’re always looking for “ways to help broaden people’s horizons.”
Which is one reason why the annual contribution from the Community Fund is such a welcomed addition.

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