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Byas Flower Shop

407 Front Street Extension
Indianola, MS 38751
(662) 887-6417

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903 Highway 82 East
Indianola, MS 38751
(662) 887-1571

Indianola MS News

Nov 24, 2016

Residents Bring Flowers to Officer Memorials in Iowa

Wednesday. Beminio graduated from Simpson College in Indianola in 2001 and played football. Martin graduated last year. Professor Fred Jones remembers him as a "kind, gentle, compassionate man" who went into police work because he wanted to serve the public. Martin had interned at the Urbandale Police Department during his senior year. Simpson's wrestling team will wear blue socks to honor the officers at its meet Thursday. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has strongly condemned the killings of the officers. Lynch says the shootings early Wednesday are the latest in a "series of senseless attacks" and that "violence has no place in the United States of America." She says violence is "especially intolerable" when it's directed at law enforcement officers who risk their lives to protect the public. The shootings follow the fatal ambushes this summer of officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Lynch says the Justice Department is determined to give officers the tools they need to do their jobs safely and effectively. Scott Michael Greene is suspected in the fatal shootings. Greene surrendered late Wednesday morning to a state employee. Police say a "series of leads and investigative tips" led them to identify him.  The Des Moines Police Officers' Credit Union is accepting donations for Officer Justin Martin and Officer Anthony Beminio. (TWC News)

Nov 3, 2016

The Latest: Residents bring flowers to officer memorials

Wednesday. Beminio graduated from Simpson College in Indianola in 2001 and played football. Martin graduated last year. Professor Fred Jones remembers him as a "kind, gentle, compassionate man" who went into police work because he wanted to serve the public. Martin had interned at the Urbandale Police Department during his senior year. Simpson's wrestling team will wear blue socks to honor the officers at its meet Thursday. 12:30 p.m. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has strongly condemned the killings of two Des Moines area police officers. Lynch says the shootings early Wednesday are the latest in a "series of senseless attacks" and that "violence has no place in the United States of America." She says violence is "especially intolerable" when it's directed at law enforcement officers who risk their lives to protect the public. The shootings follow the fatal ambushes this summer of officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Lynch says the Justice Department is determined to give officers the tools they need to do their jobs safely and effectively. Scott Michael Greene is suspected in the fatal shootings of Urbandale officer Justin Martin and Des Moines Sgt. Anthony "Tony" Beminio. Greene surrendered late Wednesday morning to a state employee. 11:45 a.m. Police have confirmed that weeks before a man was apprehended as a suspect in the killings of two Des Moines area police officers, he was removed from a high school football game because he displayed a Confederate flag during the national anthem. Urbandale Police Chief Ross McCarty told reporters that Urbandale officers removed Scott Michael Greene from the football game. McCarty says some spectators complained after Greene waved the flag in front of spectators who are minorities. Greene shot a video of the Oct. 14 incident that he posted online. He complained to officers that his constitutional rights were being violated because they were throwing him out, but police told him he was on private property and needed to leave. Greene is suspected in the shooting deaths of Urbandale officer Justin Martin and Des Moines Sgt. Anthony "Tony" Beminio. 11:20 a.m. Police say a man suspected in the killings to two Des Moines area officers surrendered to a state Department of Natural Resources... (WTVM)

Apr 22, 2016

Yvette Lewis Klubal, 92, Des Moines

Penn., on Aug. 10, 1943. After the war, Gus and Yvette settled in Philadelphia where they raised their two children. In 2000, she and Gus moved to Indianola, Iowa, to be closer to their daughter, Barbara. Throughout her life, Yvette enjoyed cooking, crocheting, crewel embroidery and a good martini. She was an animal lover and especially loved tigers. (Her favorite tiger was Tiger Woods.) She will be remembered as a gentle, kind and loving friend, and a second mother to her children’s friends. Yvette is survived by her children George Klubal of Fryeberg, ME and Barbara (Jan) Svec of Des Moines, IA, and her grandchildren Damek Svec of Napier, IA, Robin Svec of Des Moines, IA and Karl Svec of Ames, IA. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gustave (2010), and her sister, Juanita Morse and her parents. Yvette’s family is grateful to the staff at Wesley Acres’ Austin Center and the staff of the Kavanagh House who cared for Yvette during the final months of her life. They will not be forgotten. A celebration of life service will take place at First Unitarian Church, 1800 Bell Ave., Des Moines on Thursday, April 28, at 3:30 pm. A reception will follow. Condolences may be expressed at www.iowacremation.com. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Yvette’s honor may be made to Tigers Forever or the Alzheimer’s Association. Read or Share this story: http://dmreg.co/1WfEZii ... (DesMoinesRegister.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Planters Bank promotes 10 at North Mississippi banks

He is also a graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking and Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking. Gammill is a member of the Indianola Rotary Club where he has served as a board member and president. He has served as president of the Indianola Country Club and Mid-Delta Arts Association. He currently serves on the board of directors of Southern Financial Exchange and is an Elder at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Cleveland. He is married to Regina Gammill, and they have one daughter, Callie Claire. Monty Wiggins has been promoted to First Vice President for the Tunica office. Wiggins has worked in banking for 14 years. He is a graduate from the University of Arkansas where he received his B.S. in Business Administration. Wiggins is a member of the Tunica Rotary Club, Board Member for the Tunica Chamber of Commerce and is a basketball coach at Tunica Academy. He is married to Deanna Wiggins, and they have three children, Raygen, Jayden and Kaysen. They are members of Life Point Church in Tunica Swayze Hicks has been promoted to Loan Officer for Greenwood office. Hicks is a graduate of Mississippi State University and is attending the Southeastern School of Consumer Credit this spring. She has been with Planters for three years. Hicks is a Boys & Girls Club of Greenwood Advisory Board member and a Chamber Committee Chair for the Viking Half Marathon and 300 Oaks Road Race. She is married to Matthew Hicks, and they have a daughter, Lucy. She is a member of the Episcopal Church of the Nativity. Mary Catherine Moore has been promoted to Operations Officer for Deposit Services at the Greenwood office. A native of Greenwood and a graduate of Cruger Tchula Academy, Moore joined Planters Bank in Greenwood in 2006. She has nine years of banking experience. Moore graduated from Mississippi Delta Community College and received her B.S. in Business Administration from Delta State University. Moore has one son, Logan, and is a member of First Baptist Church in Greenwood. Andrew Whalen has been promoted to Loan Officer for Cleveland office. A native of Cleveland and a graduate from Cleveland High School, Whalen joined Planters in 2015 after receiving his B.B.A. in Finance from Mississippi State University. Whalen plans to attend his first year at the Mississippi School of Banking this spring. Whalen is a member of the Clevelan... (Mississippi Business Journal)

Feb 3, 2016

Merrill D. Johnson, 81, Indianola

Merrill Duane Johnson, 81, who passed away Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016, will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, at Overton Funeral Home in Indianola with family present from 6 to 8 p.m. Burial of cremains will be held at a later date in the Iowa Veterans Cemetery at Van Meter, Iowa. He was born Feb. 5, 1934, in Norwalk, Iowa. He grew up in Indianola and attended Indianola schools, graduating in 1952. He served in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1961. Merrill was a master carpenter, he worked for several builders, including McCord development, Johnston Development and retiring from Crose Lempke. Merrill was an avid bicyclist, riding thousands of miles in his lifetime including an 82 mile trek across Death Valley. He also loved camping, kayaking and canoeing, especially on the Upper Iowa River. He is survived by his children, Jay (Dr. Jill) Johnson, Lori (Jeff) Grim and Carrie Johnson; step-children, Theresa Benge and David McVicker ; step-mother, Wanda Johnson; sister, Rita Conejo; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren as-well-as several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Lewis and Fern (Keeling) Johnson; two sisters, Ruth (Faye) Jolly and Jeanne (Duane) Wo... (DesMoinesRegister.com)

Jan 8, 2016

Fall Dean's List released

K. Wetzel, Jerry Wayne Williams, Marilyn J. Williamson, Jessica Breanna Wilson, Tavarius T. Wyatt, Lezley Ann Wychelewski, Austin C. Yelverton.  Indianola - Doborah Alexandra Domino.  Jackson - Carlos Antonio Ransburgh.  Kiln - Stavroula Ruth Beach, Dylan S. Green, Jessalynn Marie Jarrell, Kelly A. Johnston, Hayden Monroe LeBlanc, Amy Monju, Hope Gabrielle Shubert, Travis A. Stennett, Jessica Stevens, Thomas E. Stockstill, Frank S. Venezia, Brennan Michael Warran.  Kokomo - Michaela Aliss Andrews.  Laurel - Kira Santana Morrell, Heather Nicole Williams.  Leakesville - Daniel Lucas Hicks.  Long Beach - Jordan Ahlgren, Emily Paige Waits.  Lucedale - Jordan L. Shaw, Hayden C. Wooten.  Lumberton - Mason Colby Davis, Ashtin Elizabeth Harlan, Ryan H. Hightower, Leigh Anne Howe, Rachel Abigail Johnson, Amanda Jean Knight, Kale Reeves Lancaster, Christine M. Lanier, Marinda Lee, Connor Scott McElhenney, Danielle A. McGill, Tracey N. Neal, Samantha A. Recatto, Heather Lynn Rhone, Lauren D. Smith, Billy K. Stringer, Wesley S. Thompson.  Magee - Shelby N. Bolling  Magnolia - Akayla Powell.  McHenry - Meagan L. Tynes.  McNeill - Ashley Marie Briggs, Cherec`e L. Coleman, Layton E. Spiers.  Meridian - Maurice Terrell.  Mize - Austin Heath Blair, Brandy K. Jones.  Mount Olive - Terry Magee.  Moselle - Brianna M. Patterson.  New Augusta - Denisha McShay Daniels.  Ocean Springs - Delaney Jane Gustafson, Cindy Hue Le, Brennan F. O’Keefe, Benjamin Seylar Troutman, Baylea Morgan Williams, Katelyn Jamie Williams.  Oxford - Anna Dahlin Wren.  Pascagoula - Kenneth Milburn, Brian L. Wright.  Pass Christian - Vincent Dale Canoy, Caitlin N. Church, Madilyn Niocle Grinnell, Brandon P. Lerner, Brooke C. Verdin.  Pearl - Shakeda L. McGhee.  Pearlington - Matthew Scott Price.  Perkinston - Bridgette Dedeaux, Mariah Theresa Houpy, Stephanie Renae Rasco, Justin F. Steinkamp, Linda A. Steinkamp.  Petal - Shanetta L. Abram, Alexandra D. Bounds, Taylor Nicole Cannon, Toree L. Clifton, Hanna Michelle Eckie, Samantha Jordan Henderson, Jared Lee Holmes, Latasha R. McGee, Abbie McMahon, Joel D. Myers, Kaiman W. Parker, Jordan M. Reynolds, Lindsay N. Sly, Britani Kaelyn Spruill, Dashunn R. Wallace.  Picayune - Lauren E. Abercrombie, Lauryn Arthur, Tristan T. Baggett, Billy Byron Bales, Jared I. Bowman,  Anna F. Breeland, Joel Austin Cagle, Taylor Carlan, Megan Elizabeth Corona, Matthew Douglas Dietsch, George Drennan, Katie Ann Dufrene, William Justin Dunhurst, Micah James Eastridge, Renelle Elena Failla, Allison Marie Keefer, Amanda L. King, Zachary Kyle Kinler, Drew E. Larsen, Jenna M. Lee, Lauren A. Lee, Peyton Russell Lee, Sarah Elizabeth Long, Jesse Dylan Marshall, Jordyn Haylee Mitchell, Matthew Scott Mitchell, Ranee L. Morgan, Anthony G. Palmer, Jordan Kayelin Pharr, Shanta Pichon, Ashley M. Pidcoe, Tyler B. Polderman, Ashton Sheree Pullens, Adam Joseph Ricouard, Sebastian D. Ryle, Alexandra Anne Samples, Sandra V. Sheffield, Hayle R. Shoemake, Kaitlyn Denae... (WDAM-TV)