It has been a long journey to get back home for Carly Hardin Gill.
The Belzoni native is not only back in the Delta after a seven-year stint living in Louisiana, but she is back fulfilling her calling, and that is cutting hair.
The votes are in and the ballots have been tallied and the decision has been made.
The name for the soon-to-be renovated Moorhead Middle School that will house grades pre-k through eighth is Moorhead Central School.
Judge Gwendolyn Pernell issued the oath of office to two of the SCCSD board members on Thursday night just prior to the opening gavel for its regular monthly meeting. Members Emma Golden and Edward Thomas were reappointed to serve after no one opposed them in the Nov. 2017 general election.
East Sunflower Elementary School Principal Sawanda Washington was named the 2017-18 Administrator of the Year during the January SCCSD regular board meeting. Superintendent Miskia Davis called Washington “The kind of principal every superintendent not only wants, but needs.” She extolled her as one who keeps her (Davis) on her toes.
The man who is being held as a person of interest in the Mississippi Delta Community College December arson case - who also led officers on a chase last Friday before being apprehended - could be facing additional charges related to a stolen motorcycle.
Beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend and scout leader, Leslie Reid Fletcher passed away on Friday and was laid to rest on Wednesday, but his contributions and the number of lives he touched will forever be remembered.
JACKSON, – This year’s flu activity is unusually high, and Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) officials encourage all Mississippians to continue to protect themselves against the flu.
The missed communications sparked by the Indianola police department’s purchase of and changeover to a new digital radio system for use by its officers are about to be squelched after the county voted on Tuesday to purchase a new radio that will allow the sheriff’s department to hear the city’s transmissions.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors voted 4 to 1 to purchase 33 new walkie-talkies for the road department employees during Tuesday’s meeting. Supervisor Dennis Holmes was the lone no vote.
After a scheduled public hearing, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors voted 3-1-1 to accept a draft copy and establish an ordinance requiring application and acquisition of a building permit before beginning construction in the county.