Two Indianola women are behind bars at the Sunflower County jail charged with felony child abuse.
A $100,000 bond has been set for Tequila Nicole Monger 31, 300 Alexander Ave., and 43 year-old Theresa Ann Jacobs of 413 Gray Street.
At a special session on May 31, Mayor Steve Rosenthal told the aldermen that if they get any calls regarding potholes not being repaired that it is because of a delay in getting the necessary asphalt materials.
He said the city is about 15 days away from getting any cold mix to repair the roads but it was not the city’s fault.
Now, with less than one-third of the fiscal year left, the city appears to be in a good financial position.
At Monday night’s city board meeting the mayor and aldermen heard and approved the financial reports from Karl Goodman of Bridgers and Goodman., PLLC.
A weekend shooting in Sunflower left one man injured with multiple gunshot wounds and police looking for a suspect.
Police Chief Louis Baymon said Travaris Hunter, formerly of Sunflower and now living in Southaven, was shot seven times shortly after midnight on Saturday by a yet to be identified assailant.
Although the month of October is typically set aside as national Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Moorhead Police Chief Bobby Walker decided not to wait until then to bring some focus and attention to the topic.
After more than 22 years of employment with the City of Indianola, Interim City Clerk Charlotte Kilgore is calling it quits.
Its primary election season and the unofficial results of Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican races have been tallied.
The Sunflower County Circuit Clerk’s office issued the Democratic U.S. Senate results for the county as:
Omeria Scott – 260 votes
Howard Sherman – 248 votes
David Baria – 139 votes
Moorhead Police Chief Bobby Walker and his department will present a domestic violence awareness symposium at the Moorhead Community Room next month.
The summit will take place on June 6 at 6 p.m.
At Monday night’s Indianola board of Aldermen meeting, the city lawmakers voted 3 to 2 to proceed with the necessary steps to install radio-read water meters for the remaining areas of the city.
Aldermen Sam Brock and Marvin Elder voted no.