Auditor to review books for county
With a four to one vote, the Board of Supervisors agreed to hire Memphis based CPA Michael Thompson to conduct an independent audit of county departments. Thompson made a presentation on behalf of his firm, Thompson CPA LLC.
In a letter addressed to the board, Thompson said he was offering his services to help Tunica County “achieve its goal of assessing the fiscal integrity of the various departments of government.”
Home Cooking: Jackson joyful to serve meals that appeal
As the lead buffet cook at Tunica’s famous Blue and White Restaurant, Alice Partee Jackson is responsible for putting out enough home cooking to feed an army.
From fried catfish to turnip greens and everything in between, Jackson’s culinary talents are demonstrated nearly every day the restaurant is open. And, it’s been that way for nearly two decades.
Annual meeting is Tunica Literacy Council’s 25th
The Tunica County Literacy Council celebrated its 25th annual meeting on October 23 at the Tunica Museum with a keynote address from Superintendent of Education Steve Chandler.
“When striving to reach a goal, what one thing is more important that planning and goal setting?” Chandler asked attendees to open his remarks.
Delta Day 2012
The 10th Annual Delta Day Festival brought young and old alike to Downtown Tunica for a full day of fun.
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