Docket light for court term
Circuit Court in Tunica County started the March-April 2012 term last Monday, with 67 cases on the calendar, some dating as far back as 2005-2006. Judges Webster, Walls and Smith will hear cases during this term.
The schedule is as follows:
March 26, Judge Webster - 11-0036 J. Stevenson, auto theft: 11-0068 K. Smith, aggravated assault/shooting into motor vehicle; 12-0003 K. Powell, fondling; 10-0076 K. Dorsey/M.Terry, burglary of dwelling; 10-0024 D. Grant, felony malicious mischief; 10-0034 M. Stafford, embezzlement; 12-0032 C. Davis, shoplifting; 10-0095 S. Perdue, uttering forgery; 10-0097 C. Wilkins, uttering forgery.
Relay for Life 2012
Inaugural run helps son, soldier live on
The memory of one of Tunica’s fallen sons will be honored next month during a community run that will assist other military-minded individuals pursuing their educations.
The first-ever Enduring Freedom Run is an event established by the family of slain Army PFC Brandon Dawson and the Tunica County Chamber of Commerce. The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 7, and will take place along a roadway in eastern Tunica County that was dedicated to the memory of the serviceman, who died in Afghanistan on September 24, 2010.
Navigating internet highway requires parental supervision
Parental monitoring is critical to the health and well-being of adolescents, whether the issue is Internet use or behavior in general.
Tommy Phillips, assistant professor in Mississippi State University’s School of Human Sciences, said although parents do not want to look over their teen’s shoulders constantly, a reasonable level of supervision is essential.
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