Mississippi State’s starting left tackle and Indianola native Rufus Warren was sidelined at the last minute for the Egg Bowl because of kidney stones. Missing the opportunity to play in the state’s biggest rivalry his senior year was heart-wrenching.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors conducted the final regular meeting of its term Monday, and for two and maybe three of the members it was their last meeting as a big change takes place beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 4.
Indianola is seeking a $550,000 grant to purchase a new fire truck requested by Chief Eugene Snipes. On Monday the Board of Aldermen unanimously approved Brown and Associates to apply for an Assistance to Firefighters Grant through FEMA.
“My daddy told me, ‘If you really want this, you will have to knock on every door.’ And I did,” says Sunflower County Circuit Clerk Sharon McFadden, referring to the first time she told her father she was running.
In front, Liberty Health and Rehab resident Bessola Anderson, left, holds Moorhead Head Start student Makayla Nelson Wednesday while resident Georgia Strong holds Aloni Carpenter. In the back are Doris Farrow, Farrah Appleberry and Shanika Earvin.