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Roosevelt Community Association initiated its kickoff to the 2018-planting season on Thursday with Girl Scout Troop 30099 and others, including Shirley’s Personal Care Home, assisting with the planting.
Mississippi lawmakers seem ready to put their money where their potholes are.
Two bills, one of which has passed the state Senate already, could mean over $1 billion in infrastructure investment over the next five years.
The 2018 Great Ruleville Roast will be one of four Mississippi Delta barbecue competitions taking place within the Memphis Barbecue Network this year in the Delta.
Physical therapy patients who pass through South Sunflower County Hospital’s therapy wing are seeing results like never before.
That is largely due to the fact that the Indianola-based hospital is using new technological advances to help patients, particularly the elderly, maneuver better.
Indianola Chamber Main Street has started to take applications for the Morris Lewis, Jr. 2018 Indianola Citizen of The Year.
North Sunflower Academy’s Olivia Whatley was awarded the Good Citizenship Award by the Daughters of the American Revolution recently. Pictured from left are Allison Land, Whatley and Katherine Arant. Submitted Photo
Indianola has a new city prosecutor.
The Board of Alderman voted Monday night to hire Greenville Attorney Tonya Franklin to the post.
An anticipated Christmas shopping spree for area children came later than usual, but the children were still greatly appreciative and were no less thrilled. Usually done during the Christmas holidays, this year’s donation didn’t arrive until January so the students didn’t get to make their purchases until Groundhog Day.