Summer fun gets physical for youth, adults
Families looking for a little action for children have plenty of affordable options in Tunica this summer. From a new laser tag and bounce facility to low-cost golf sessions for beginners and the various programs offered by Tunica County Parks & Recreation, children can get physical and, perhaps, drop a few pounds while having fun.
The rain won’t stop Coretta Joiner’s business. The owner of Tunica Party N Bounce said her company will open its doors July 1 at 8702 Highway 61 North. The facility will feature laser tag, arcade games, bouncers, a party room, and snack bar with pizza, popcorn, nachos and cheese, hotdogs, smoked sausages, candy, drinks, chips, and pickles.
Mississippi voters return Thad Cochran for seventh Sen. term
Six term incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi held off a serious challenge by State Senator Chris McDaniel in the June 24 Republican Primary run-off to keep his seat in Congress.
County expanding healthcare
Tunica County’s healthcare system will add satellite clinics in two locations in an effort to better reach citizens in rural areas.
Healthcare CEO Seandria Cobbins got the go-ahead for Project Outreach from supervisors last week to offer medical services at the Dundee and White Oak rec centers. Cobbins said there are many diabetics in Tunica County who are not following physicians’ plans of treatment and that extra education and monitoring is needed. Cobbins said the extra cost would be $3,000 to $4,000 per month, but that the clinics are running “well within the budget.” She added that she was applying for a National Institutes of Health grant that may pay for some of the extra costs.
School district is losing a dedicated employee
Once again, Carolyn Steele faces one of the biggest days of her career. She has anticipated plenty of moments like the one to come. This time, though, she will be closing a chapter in her career instead of starting a new one.
Steele recently announced her plan to retire from Tunica County School District (TCSD) effective June 30. She spent the last 33 years working in various positions including high school secretary, secretary to the superintendent, and, most recently, payroll manager.
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