Gun discovered on HS team bus
The Lion nation saw basketball season abruptly end following an incident last week.
According to a press release issued by the Tunica County Sheriff’s Department on Feb. 13, a bus carrying male and female basketball players from Rosa Fort High left Tunica bound for a game in Horn Lake on Friday, Feb. 10. The game was the last on Rosa Fort’s regular season schedule.
Go Red in Tunica
Tunica’s second annual Go Red for Women event in Rivergate Park was a special way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Two dead in Horn Lake murder/suicide
A man and woman with family ties to Tunica are dead, after a weekend shooting.
Gale Hall of Horn Lake was shot and killed Sunday, February 12, by her ex-husband Marvin Verner, who later turned the gun on himself.
Revelations of official corruption, crime roil 1999
One of the most gratifying years of my professional life occurred in 1999. That year, The Tunica Times was named the best small newspaper in the state, and I was elected vice president of the Mississippi Press Association.
But for all the positives, 1999 also marked the start of a very dark period in our community, as this newspaper reported on drug trafficking and corruption in the ranks of county law enforcement.
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