The Indianola Huddle House abruptly closed its doors on Tuesday leaving the city with one less 24-hour eatery. A sign posted on the door read, “We would like to thank you for your loyal patronage. Due to circumstances beyond our control, this store/location is closed effective November 7, 2017.”
Is one centralized polling place a viable option for the city of Indianola? That is the question that is on the mind of David Rushing and members of the Indianola Municipal Democratic Executive Committee.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors met on Monday to open bids for three of the 2017 Emergency Bridge Repair Projects and voted to take the only bid received under advisement. Board Attorney Johnny McWilliams said the bids that came in were thousands of dollars higher than the engineer estimated.
The Bible says, children are a blessing and a gift from above, and seven year-old Luke Miller has stepped up to provide affirmation. The first-grader has taken it upon himself to be a blessing to the victims of Hurricane Harvey, which wreaked destruction upon Texas a few weeks ago.
IA students brought their Bibles to school recently. In front from left are Jeremiah Morgan, Audrey Joel, Peyton Andrews, Anna Sterling-Massey and Norah Pannel. In back from left are Easton Lloyd, Mackensie Smith, Allyson Bedingfield, Lane Miller, Luke Miller and Nicholas Patterson. Photo by Recardo Thomas