Shop aims to accessorize Tunica
When former casino beverage manager Carolyn Canada bought her daughters a gift box of accessories for Christmas, she never dreamed her eye for fashions would result in the creation of a thriving business for her family.
But today, Carolyn’s Creative Collection is just that.
“It’s our business but it’s in her name. It’s a family business,” explained Katrina Bond, Canada’s daughter and a partner in the business.
Robinsonville Elementary’s Stephanie Villa will move on to the MidSouth Spelling Bee after winning the district competition for Tunica County Schools on Thursday, Jan. 31.
Upcoming projects benefit town, county
Two areas of governance where the town and county intersect were the primary topics of discussion by Tunica officials Tuesday.
Tunica County is poised to deed two fire trucks to the town, Mayor Chuck Cariker told aldermen, to assist in the purchase of a replacement truck for a rescue vehicle that is 16 years old and nearing the end of its useful life.
Cariker said that the state is pushing Tunica officials to use fire rebate funds that have been accumulating for a number of years and now total over $200,000. The funds must be used solely for purchasing new fire vehicles, or the state could reclaim the money, he said.
CTE Month Proclamation
WHEREAS: February 1-28, 2013, 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
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