“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.
It’s just temporary, but some city officials and local merchants would love for it to be permanent. A three-way stop at the intersection of Front and Main streets has proven popular since being erected before the tree lighting ceremony on Dec. 1.
Indianola police responded to another business burglary Tuesday morning at Indianola Floral Designs. Someone broke in by kicking the front door open and left with an undetermined amount of money and a set of keys to a local bank kept in the register drawer.
Christmas tree lightings take place all across the country from Rockefeller Center to the White House lawn, but as a first for Indianola, young, old and the young at heart gathered on Tuesday night for the city’s first Tree Lighting Ceremony.