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 Indianola Police Chief Edrick Hall will leave the city, effective July 2.

Hall officially submitted his resignation to the Indianola Board of Aldermen on Thursday night, and it was accepted by the board.

Over a dozen employers from across the region will be at the Capps Technology Center next Tuesday for the Sunflower County Area Job Fair.

The B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center seems to have struck a sweet note of collaboration. On Thursday, Bob Santelli, founding executive director of the Grammy museums, announced that the B.B.

On Friday, Moorhead Police Chief Bobby Walker officially announced that Investigator Sherry Myers would be his new assistant chief of police.

Doddsville citizens will not be voting at the Health Department building for the June 26 U.S. Senate runoff election, and the change of venue will likely be permanent.

Rosebud wins House seat, Senate hopefuls head to runoff

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

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











Church News May 31, 2018

Love Day Celebration

New Beginning Restoration Ministry invite you to Co-pastor Annie G. Sterling’s Love Day Celebration at 7 p.m. tomorrow located at Gabby Event Building downtown on Front Street. Guest speaker is Apostle Kimberly Randal of Breath of Life Ministry, Inc.

 

Love Program



Community News May 31, 2018

MVSU Alumni Meeting

The Sunflower County Chapter of Mississippi Valley State University Alumni Association will have its regular meeting at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the fellowship hall of First United Baptist Church,  720 Coolidge Street. All alumni and friends of are welcome to attend.

 



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