Pictured above, Timothy Jones stands in handcuffs as a member of the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation talks to him. (Photo by Recardo Thomas)
Proposed new legislation could bring some much-needed assistance to Sunflower County Consolidated School District classrooms.
The SCCSD is one of over 40 districts in the state that is in critical need of certified teachers.
After completing the 2017 calendar year with a big tournament championship, the now 15-2, 2-0 Gentry High Rams begin 2018 with a three game string of Region 3-4A contests.
Riding a six game win streak, the Rams also own the most wins in the state among 4A schools and are ranked No. 4 in their classification.
Indianola police made the following arrests,
On Dec. 18, Lamon Cooper, 30, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana (first offense), and trespassing.
On Dec. 18, Catonia Roach, 46, was arrested and charged with harassment, simple assault—with attempt to cause bodily harm.
A graduation day that has been 40 years in the making has finally been set for May of 2018, and Indianola native Tommy Rush couldn’t be more excited.
“It’s more like a satisfaction thing, It’s something that I felt like I just didn’t complete,” he said.
Think Indianola’s B.B. King Museum is Mississippi’s top attraction?
USA Today is giving the citizens the opportunity to vote on the “Best Mississippi Attraction” and the museum is one of the nominees.
The murderers of a Holly Ridge man remain at large, and Sunflower County Sheriff James Haywood is asking anyone with any information in the death of 38-year-old Marcelino Torres to come forward.
Phone calls to the police extinguished the chances of two scammers collecting any additional donations for a fake house fire.
News story of the year: Military plane crashes, killing all on board