Indianola should be proud of its cultural branding

By BRYAN DAVIS EDITOR,

I’ve only lived in Indianola a very short time, so I am still trying to get settled, and in many ways, I’m still living off first impressions, as I get to know new people and places each day.
Doing the paper’s circulation route has helped me learn the county and meet many of the business owners who sell our papers.

 
 
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