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The Tunica Times • P.O. Box 308/986 Magnolia Street, Tunica, MS 38676

Gun reported near schools

Just before 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 12, local law enforcement received reports that two men with an assault rifle had been spotted near the campus of Tunica Academy. The school was in the process of dismissing for the day.

According to Police Chief Michael Nichols, officials with the Tunica County School District were notified. Tunica Elementary School was put on lockdown, which Nichols noted is protocol when there is any potential hazard to student safety.


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Let the good times roll!

She’s contributed to the recipe for the Rivergate Festival for 17 years. This weekend, she’ll gather the necessary components, follow the steps and hope fun rises for the last time.

Lyn Arnold, who will retire as Tunica County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO at the end of 2018, said deciding the ingredients for the festival took some time.

In its early days, the Rivergate Festival offered a Memphis in May sanctioned barbecue contest. Arnold said that lasted from 2001 until around 2010.


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County will seek grant for sewer project

Tunica County will host a hearing Monday just prior to a regular Board of Supervisors meeting, seeking input from the public on a proposed infrastructure grant application.

The State of Mississippi has just over $22.8 million available to cities, towns and counties for community development benefiting low and moderate income people. Tunica County proposes to apply for up to $600,000 for sewer improvements.

The upcoming hearing will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, April 16, at the courthouse.


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New business will bring vintage vibe, family fun to 61 corridor

There are big plans for the little yellow building now shining along U.S. 61 in the town of Tunica.

In early May, Dr. Valarie Davis plans to open Old School Snowbiz.  Just as its name suggests, the business will target the tastebuds with frozen delights like snow cones and ice cream.

Davis said the idea for the venture has been on her mind for a while.

When she initially moved to this area, the Delta Kream was one of her favorite places to stop.

“When it closed, there was nowhere to get ice cream in Tunica for a while,” Davis said.


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