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.
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.
Sunflower-Humphreys Counties Progress Inc. is once again calling on churches and other organizations to help sponsor this year’s Summer Feeding Program.
Monica Hope, Finance Director and Nutrition Assistant at SHCPI said this week that the program will kick off June 1 and will run through July 31 this year.
The city of Indianola spent $86,634.95 in fiscal year 2016-17 on housing prisoners inside and outside of Sunflower County.
According to numbers provided to The Enterprise-Tocsin by the city, $63,455 (73 percent) of that money was spent at the Sunflower County Jail.
Mississippi Delta Community College recently hosted its career fair. Pictured is Steele Robbins, who teaches Precision Agriculture at MDCC and is showing a student how to use a drone to improve crop production.
Mississippi Delta’s campus was buzzing April 16 with hundreds of students who attended its Career Fair.
Several years ago my wife and I drove to Georgia to visit with my daughter and her family. My oldest grandson was about three years old at that time and looking forward to his visit from his grandparents. We arrived late at night and he was asleep.
The Mississippi Delta Community College Sports Hall of Fame will be inducting seven new members Saturday, April 21 with a banquet and induction ceremony beginning with a social at 4 p.m. in the J.T. Hall Coliseum.
Last Thursday, T.K. Bolden became the second Sunflower County native to sign a scholarship to play basketball at Coahoma Community College.
The North Sunflower Academy Rebels’ bats came to life in a pair of recent wins.
The Rebels played Strider Academy in a district double header, winning the first game 11-3 and the second contest 27-2.
In game one, Patrick Boykin led NSA in hits and power with a three-run home run. He finished the game with those 3 RBI.