Gary Lott came by his knack for making great-tasting food honestly. “All of my family loves to cook, on my wife’s side and on my side. It just seems it’s where everybody comes together,” the Indianola restaurant owner and caterer says.
Lonnie Winters recalls the date exactly — March 7, 2014. After two-and-a-half years working full-time alongside Mac and Linda Steed, that was the day he purchased Steed’s Dry Cleaning. That decision came after a heartfelt petition to the Lord, he said.
It didn’t take the Cubs long to make a mark on the World Series after a 71-year absence. They set a new record in the first three innings of Game 1 against the Indians Tuesday: No team had ever had eight of its first nine batters strike out in the Fall Classic.
Growing up in Kentucky, Chris Snopek didn’t have much familiarity with what has become his home. “All I knew about Mississippi was my doctor went to see Elvis’s home in Tupelo,” he told the Indianola Rotary Club Tuesday with a laugh.