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Indianola Alderman Ruben Woods accused Alderman Gary Fratesi Monday of using “Donald Trump figures” when Fratesi said the city is spending $300 to send employees to Jackson to buy supplies for the basketball league concession stand.

One arrest has been made in the weekend death of an elderly Sunflower woman and two more could be coming shortly.

Current and former patients, friends and co-workers of nurse Yvonne Danna came out for a special retirement celebration honoring the longtime caregiver Sunday at the Indianola Family Medical Clinic.

Students in Indianola’s YouthBuild program put their newly acquired skills to work March 16 as they constructed the brick foundation that will display City Hall’s Harmony Guitar.

Volunteers at the Drew Food Pantry include, front row, from left, Hazel Harris, Betty Smith, Johnny Baughman and Gloria Dickerson; back row, Levon Davis, Norika Smith, James Green, Otha O'Neal Sr., Joseph Amison, Jim Dutton, Nikki Dutton and Ben...

Gentry High School’s football team has received a major boost before the season even starts.

Elderly warned of scam

An 83-year-old Sunflower County man says the providence of God prevented his wife from sending nearly $2,500 to scam artists.
Frank Cade wants to share what happened to prevent other elderly people from being preyed upon.

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Police/Courts

Indianola police made the following arrests:

Obituaries

Services for Willie Earl Brock of Indianola will be at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 25 at Roundaway... READ MORE

Lifestyles

Dr. and Mrs. George Terrance Moody of Grenada announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage... READ MORE

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