Judges needed to pick best of wildest
Have you ever wanted to get a taste of what the Wild Game Cookoff is all about? Now’s your chance, according to Tunica Main Street Director Lynn Ryals.
Judges are needed in three drink categories and six food categories for this year’s cookoff, set for Feb. 25 and 26. Seven judges will score entries and decide winners starting at 10 a.m.
“In the past, we’ve had 10 judges, but now we’re going to have seven in each,” Ryals said. “ The teams had asked us to do that since 10 people is a lot to prepare things for.”
Proclamation In Honor of National Career and Technical Education Month
WHEREAS: February 1-28, 2011, has been designated Career and Technical Education Month by the Association for Career and Technical Education; and
WHEREAS: profound economic and technological changes in our society are rapidly reflected in the structure and nature of work, thereby placing new and additional responsibilities on our educational system; and
Supervisors take steps on blues project
County supervisors made a number of “housecleaning” decisions at their payroll meeting on Feb. 15, including filling the vacant position of commissioner on the North Tunica Fire Protection District board.
The board approved the appointment of William Calder to the post. Calder, a security supervisor at a casino resort, lives in the district, administrator Clifton Johnson said.
Supervisors also approved appropriations of $51,253.33 to the airport and $98,000 to Tunica County Public Projects, Inc.
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