Supervisors delay decision on budget
A decision to accept a proposed $47 million budget along with a 30 percent ad valorem tax increase was delayed by supervisors at their Tuesday, Sept. 4 meeting. The issue is set to be taken up again at a special meeting on September 17 at 5 p.m.
Talks began with a discussion of some revisions or the introduction of a second budget to include reduced department spending, pay raises, and a reserve fund. Supervisor Henry Nickson said he’d like “a clearer picture of where the money is going throughout the county.” He said he would also like to see more micromanaging of the departments.
Supervisor Cedric Burnett proposed the creation of a county reserve fund and noted that the county is currently operating solely on gaming revenue.
Murphree accepts plea bargain in 2010 death
A Tunica County mother will serve three decades in a Tennessee corrections facility for her role in the death of her child.
Angela Murphree, 32, entered a guilty plea for second degree murder in the death of her daughter, 11 month old Madison. Murphree appeared in Criminal Court in Memphis, after awaiting trial since December 2010. She had been denied bond.
Local team grooves into winner’s circle
Just under two years ago, the cloverleaf become more than just a symbol of good luck. It represents sacrifice, hard work and now, victory!
The Dancing Clover Leafs were created by Tunica County 4-H as an outlet for young dancers in the area. They didn’t shuffle around, though. The group quickly got moving and has captured several accolades in their last competitive effort.
Christopher Hood and J. Robinson cut soybeans on land in the south end of Tunica County on Wednesday, Aug. 27.
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