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With technology pushing kids away from reading, one Delta school is finding ways to make reading fun.

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Something no one seems to like, potholes. For one Greenville resident, one pesky pothole has caused her issues since March.

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Authorities arrest five suspects linked to a series of armed robberies at Quick Stop, Zip Trip and Rick's all in Hollandale, Mississippi. Officials informed The Delta News that four juveniles and one adult were taken into custody earlier this week. Quick Stop on East Avenue in Hollandale bei…

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The Headstart and Early Headstart Program is hosting a job fair in Indianola with over 100 jobs available.

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If mosquitoes weren't pesky enough, those carrying West Nile Virus cause greater concern.

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This morning a fire broke loose on a house on Marilyn street in Greenville.

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Things could be looking up for The Delta Regional Medical Center. After recent issues with debt and a gravitating fight to stay open, the Delta Regional Medical Center's CEO, Scott Christianson, sat down and talked finances with Schuylar Ramsey of the Delta News.  

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We're in a new school year and with that comes safety concerns, specifically, bus safety. A local district is taking strides to ensure its students are safe.

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The Greenville Mayor's Youth Council is now accepting applications for the upcoming year.

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Mississippi State University hosted its Annual Rice Producer Field Day on August, 8, 2019 at The Delta Research and Extension Center at 3:30 p.m. The field day consisted of a four part tour covering Rice Agronomy, Weed Control, Entomology and Pathology and Breeding. Similar to last year, the…

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Delta State University's Robert E. Smith School of Nursing began installation of 'Blessing Boxes' in Bolivar County.  The first box was put up in Cleveland on the corner of Oak and Third Street beside the nursing building. 

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The state department of health invites families to get their kids immunized for registration.

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The Salvation Army celebrated long-time store manager, Mr. Carlos Barbosa, Jr., in his honorary retirement held on Saturday, June 8th, 2019. Mr. Barbosa served as an influential, steadfast and committed member of The Salvation Army for 30 phenomenal years.

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Two Greenville Public School Board Members have been warned after allegations were sent to the Mississippi Department of Education..

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In the Greenville Park Commission Men’s Basketball League, the Dream Chasers have mastered their second title win.

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On yesterday evening, Willie James Bethley was sworn into the Hollandale Police Department as their new Chief of Police.

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The Greenwood-Leflore Hospital held a Stroke Awareness event to help educate the community. According to the Medical Dictionary, a stroke is the sudden death of brain cells in a localized area due to inadequate blood flow.

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Delta Eats, along with students from Sanders Elementary School, invited the public to see their blossoming school garden.

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On Wednesday May 15th, The Greenwood Voters League will hold a meeting, concerning the new consolidated school district.The meeting will begin at 7p.m. at the Elks Lounge.Senator David Jordan says this is a big deal for the district, as this is the first year for the consolidation for Greenw…

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Flooding from the heavy rain, was not the only problem caused by the storm system that passed through much of North Mississippi. Indianola Mayor Steve Rosenthal says the powerful wind damaged the city more than he expected."We feel like a small tornado touched on the outside of Indianola and…