Planters Bank has announced four promotions within the region.
Indianola native Rebecca Potter has been promoted to Assistant BSA Officer for the Planters Bank system.
The city of Indianola appears to be headed to court to defend itself pursuant to allegations made by a homeowner that it failed to fully vet the credentials of an Arkansas contractor hired to construct her home.
A hearing before Judge W. Ashley Hines has been set for 10 a.m., June 25, in a Washington County Courtroom.
Predicting weather over the past week has been similar to many of us playing the game Battleship.
Unusual cool fronts have brought unseasonably low temperatures and mixed rain to the area leaving us to wonder when we will see the sun and mid-80s return.
ITTA BENA, Miss.— Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) capped off its 2018 Founder’s Week by marking another important milestone in the legacy and advancement of the University—the installation of its eighth president, Dr. Jerryl Briggs, Sr.
Mississippi has been stuck in an unhealthy competition for the past two decades.
It’s not technically a competition for jobs, although that’s clearly a motivator and a direct by-product of the tug-of-war.
It’s a competition for inmates.
Here’s a surprising result from a national poll co-sponsored by The Associated Press: “Americans overwhelmingly believe teachers don’t make enough money, and half say they’d support paying higher taxes to give educators a raise.”
Sunflower-Humphreys Counties Progress Inc. is celebrating Community Action Month, dedicated to recognizing the success of the national Community Action Network. SHCPI will also hold the event in Belzoni, May 11, 2018.