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The Gentry High School class of 1983 held its annual class retreat June 7-10 in Indianapolis, Indiana hosted by classmate, Rodney Baker.

Stephen and Holly Sparks have been in Indianola for eight years.

That may not seem like an incredibly long time to many, but it's almost unheard of for a United Methodist pastor.

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.

The B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center will hold a press conference on Thursday, June 14, at 10 a.m. to announce their designation as a member of the Grammy Museum Affiliate Program.

Youth baseball and softball were in full swing Monday night. Pictured left, Sam Patterson of the Indians slides into home plate as Royals pitcher Sam Herring awaits a throw.





Families First for Mississippi Resource Center opens in town

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

The Families First for Mississippi Resource Center is now open in downtown Indianola and Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat came by recently for a special visit to welcome the children and their parents to the new facility.

“This is one of the best kept secrets in Mississippi,” resource center Director Ben Gaston said.











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