Youth ‘lift high the cross’ for Mission Mississippi anniversary
Eighty-two counties in 82 days.
That’s what Mission Mississippi of Jackson, led by Neddie Winters, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes groups in every county in the state will accomplish to mark 20 years of work toward racial reconciliation and healing.
Order Imposing Curfew
WHEREAS, the undersigned Charles M. Cariker, Mayor of the Town of Tunica, has determined that a civil emergency exists with regard to the observance of Halloween in the Town of Tunica; and
WHEREAS, because of such situation, it is necessary to declare a curfew on Thursday, October 31, 2013, beginning at 8.00 p.m.
California trip is one more step in Acey’s recovery
In early October, when Madysen Acey stood on the beach looking out at the Pacific Ocean, what lay behind her was an inspiring story of tragedy, strength, perseverance and ultimately, hope.
Madysen was a happy, outgoing 10 year old when her life changed on April 25, 2010. She was climbing on a piece of farm equipment at a friend’s house when she lost her balance and reached out for something to break her fall. She grabbed a low lying power line that sent electricity surging through her body. The accident left burns on her hands, arms and hip and sent her to Lebonheur Children’s Hospital for emergency surgery.
Academy Dr. sidewalk shelved ‘til spring
Cyclists and skateboarders will now be asked to stick to the streets of downtown Tunica following action by the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Mayor Chuck Cariker reported that a local merchant had expressed concerns over riders on the sidewalks, especially during business hours. Ward 3 alderman Eloise Carson said she thought the board had drafted an ordinance about that years ago.
Cariker said an ordinance was in place, but asked for board discussion on enforcement. The ordinance states that bikes “must be ridden single file on a road. If there is a bike lane, it can be no more than two abreast.”
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