Teacher charged with sexual battery
A former teacher is facing criminal charges in the wake of allegations by a student.
Melvin Glass, 55, of Hernando turned himself in to the Tunica County Sheriff’s Department last week, following an investigation into an incident that occured in December 2011. Glass has been accused of fondling a student on the campus of Rosa Fort High School, where he was employed as a teacher at the David Williams Career Technical Center.
A NEW LOOK
Vote Tuesday, just not this one
News reports are touting Super Tuesday next week, March 6, but Mississippi is not one of the states that will be voting that day. (Tennessee votes March 6.) Instead, local voters will head to the polls the following Tuesday, March 13, for the Presidential Primary Election.
Third generation chiropractor takes over local practice
If your back is giving you fits, you may be pleased to know that Tunica has a new chiropractor in town, although the practice he’s taken over is a familiar one.
In November, third generation chiropractor Dr. Jeremy Thompson took over at the helm of Tunica Chiropractic, a clinic located in Robinsonville. The practice was formerly owned and operated by Dr. David Hall.
“Dr. Hall told us about his practice and we came out to check it out and kick the tires, so to speak,” Thompson said. “My family is originally from Kentucky and I always wanted to move back to the Southeast.
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