Photo by Recardo Thomas
It’s no surprise that several members of the Indianola Academy football team are being recognized for their efforts during the 2017 football season. Seven were picked for the All-MAIS AAA team.
Photo by Recardo Thomas
Isabella Howell shows “Dixie” in the Mississippi 4-H State Horse Show after winning Champion Saddle and Gaited Mare. Earlier, she had won and qualified in many different classes at the district show in Tunica, allowing her to represent Sunflower County in the state competition.
Lisa Miller, an RN at North Sunflower Medical Center, receives the Hospital Leadership of the Year Award from Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency CEO Kevin Stump on July 13 in Jackson. It was part of the fourth annual Spero Awards, which recognize those who help promote organ, eye and tissue donation.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors received and took under advisement bids on a $2,233,811 budgeted state earmark project Monday.
Photos by Timothy Jones
Alumni from Alcorn State, Jackson State and Mississippi Valley State universities show their school pride Saturday during a scholarship fundraising basketball tournament at Gentry High School. Current Gentry players and graduates of the universities competed against one another in friendly competition.
“Where there’s smoke, there’s fire” is fortunately proving not to be the case throughout Indianola.
Numerous 911 calls have come in for the Indianola Fire Department over the past two weeks from concerned citizens reporting smoke coming out of everything from bathrooms to literally the kitchen sink.
Justin Forest, a healthcare administration major at Jackson State University and a recent returnee from deployment in Kuwait and Afghanistan, is a 2017 summer participant in the JSU Passport to the World Program: Learning Beyond Boundaries.
Indianola businessman Walton Gresham is one of five alumni the Ole Miss Alumni Association is inducting into its Hall of Fame during homecoming.
The hall honors outstanding contributions to the country, state or the University of Mississippi through good deeds, services or contributions.
A $1 million bond has been set for a teenager charged with murder who previously lived in Indianola.
Fredrick Pearson Jr., 17, formerly of Indianola, along with Tradarius Robinson, 19, Markiel Norwood, 16, and Timothy Brown, 13, were all charged with murder in the death of Anthony Lorenzo Edwards, 33, of Greenville.