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Reportedly, no one was injured during an audacious afternoon robbery at Community Choice Financial in the Lovelace Shopping Center on Saturday. Police Chief Edrick Hall said two men wearing bandannas went into the business around 12:45 p.m.

Leah MacNealy and Corri Zepponi have always wanted to open and run a retail store.

All-Star Blayne Flemming applies the tag to a Greenville All-Star runner during last Friday’s 10U baseball tournament at Chism Park. Umpire Zachary Whitfield has the call on the field.

Outgoing Indianola Rotary Club President Grant Phillips passed the gavel of leadership to Second Vice-President Rob Taylor during the Tuesday gathering of Rotarians at Newman Hall.

It all started with a name. 

Carol Ann Skelton was browsing Facebook when she saw a familiar surname that caught her eye. 

An Indianola native who now owns a production studio in Atlanta plans to film a movie in her hometown later this month.


Cops and Robbers June 28, 2018

The Indianola police reported no arrests  from the previous week

 

According to the Police Department, the following calls were received over the last week,

On June 12 at 8:53 a.m., a Coolidge Street woman said someone broke the back window out of her 2006 Chevrolet Malibu.













Extra Table executive director speaks to Rotary Club

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Over a quarter of a million Mississippi children have been designated as “food insecure.”

According to statistics given by Extra Table, a Hattiesburg non-profit that is providing healthy and nutritious food to food pantries and soup kitchens throughout the state, nearly 23 percent of all Mississippians are labeled “food insecure.”


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