Town election draws four
Following the qualifying deadline on March 8, citizens will decide races in two town wards. Town clerk Celia Boren said there will be no race for mayor as incumbent Chuck Cariker was the only candidate to submit paperwork.
Happy birthday, Dr. Suess!
Local parents and kids honored Dr. Seuss with stories and crafts on March 5 at the Tunica Literacy Council.
Tunica Wholesale pairs variety, convenience
In October 2011, Tunica Wholesale opened its doors at the former location of Mike’s Quick Stop on Highway 61 in Tunica.
Now, the year-and-a-half year old business has expanded and, just last week, relocated to a new, larger location – the former showroom of the original Jack Roberts Chevrolet, just in front of Delta Tire and Alignment.
“We got moved last Tuesday, so Wednesday of last week was our first day here,” said Natasha Tucker, who owns and operates Tunica Wholesale with her husband Erick.
“We moved from there because the space was too small. We were adding more merchandise and didn’t have anywhere to put it. This location gives us a lot more room to operate,” Tucker said.
Grand Jury Report
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUNICA COUNTY
THE GRAND JURY
We have examined 23 witnesses and return this report:
57 True Bills, 0 Presentments, and 13 No True Bills.
We have made a personal inspection of the County jail and find it is in good condition, and sufficient for the safe-keeping, accommodation, and health of prisoners.
The entire jail area needs better ventilation, cleaning, sanitizing, new wall paint, and new ceiling tiles; the laundry room needs new washers and dryers; there are holes in the walls of the jail which need repairing where the sheet-rocking meets together; the nurse’s station should have a secure shelf (possibly glass with a lock) for storing medication; the women’s area of the jail needs special attention for cleaning and painting; the fire extinguishers’ housing throughout the jail have been damaged and need repair or replacing; the kitchen area needs organization and cleaning; there should be better food for the jail inmates; inmates need new flip flops and jumpsuits; the law library should be updated with books; inmates should G.E.D. prep.
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