Beginning May 22, let the driver beware. The City of Indianola has been awarded a $2,500 Department of Public Safety grant through the governor’s office that will allow the Police Department to put extra officers on the streets for safety checks.
Donned in caps and gowns, 33 students are scheduled to take the long-awaited walk across the stage in the Indianola Academy gym during the graduation ceremony set for 7 p.m. tonight. More than one-third of the class will graduate with honors.
Elder Lamar Moore is where he is today because of perseverance. And where he is is standing in the pulpit of the newly completed sanctuary of the Lily of the Valley Church of God in Christ on U.S. 49 in Doddsville.
For a third time, Moorhead voters will go to the polls June 6 to decide if they want George Holland or John “La-La” Carpenter as their mayor. Holland unseated Carpenter, then the incumbent, in 2009 and was re-elected in 2013 in a second race between the two.