The Indianola Board of Aldermen decided Monday to continue its protest against Entergy by not paying an $11,000 invoice until the electric company replaces the many streetlights that are out across the city.
It’s unclear what, if any, charges an Indianola man could face after fleeing from a Sunflower County sheriff’s deputy at speeds estimated at 120 mph before crashing into a light pole, Love’s truck stop sign and a parked car.
Sompong Sodachanh of Mills and Mills Architects presents proposed drawings of a new Life Help building to Sunflower County officials Monday. The board wants to change the plans to prevent people throwing contraband over the fence into the nearby county jail.
A man with several outstanding warrants raced through Indianola Wednesday afternoon at speeds up to 120 mph in the wrong lane, according to a Sunflower County sheriff’s deputy giving chase, before crashing spectacularly in the Love’s truck stop parking lot.