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The Indianola Academy Colonels (1-0) started 2018 almost exactly like they began 2017.

This time, the Colonels’ opening-week victory against the Pillow Academy Mustangs was on the road.

The Indian Bayou Arts & Eats Festival is just a few weeks away, and event organizers are adding even more to the menu in 2018.

A harder stance on crime and a more vigilant policing effort might have ignited a retaliatory element among some lawbreakers in Moorhead.

An Indianola business is planning a major expansion at its Highway 82 property.

Trey Skaggs knew he was going to be called into the ministry at a young age.

The 21st annual Rob Hall Memorial Golf Classic, hosted by the Indianola Academy Booster Club, will be held on Saturday, Aug. 18 at the Indianola Country Club.








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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