During his 100 days of stem cell isolation, Jimmy Slater, who is battling a rare blood cancer, is grateful for all the love and support shown to him by his community.
It sounds like one of those thinly veiled Internet scams: Millions in unclaimed dollars are waiting for ordinary Mississippians like yourself!
But in this case it’s completely true.
Indianola now houses three recycling containers for public use.
Greenwood Leflore Recycling delivered the containers on March 20 along with a hydraulic trailer to the parking lot of the city-owned former Piggly Wiggly store on Front Street.
Indianola firefighters, from left, Willie Rounds, Dominic Jones and Jamarius Roach run Tuesday at Minnie Cox Park. They said they enjoy working out and staying fit for their jobs. Rounds said they usually do morning work outs every other day once their 24-hour shift ends.