Supervisors take steps on blues project
County supervisors made a number of “housecleaning” decisions at their payroll meeting on Feb. 15, including filling the vacant position of commissioner on the North Tunica Fire Protection District board.
The board approved the appointment of William Calder to the post. Calder, a security supervisor at a casino resort, lives in the district, administrator Clifton Johnson said.
Supervisors also approved appropriations of $51,253.33 to the airport and $98,000 to Tunica County Public Projects, Inc.
Gun discovered on HS team bus The Lion nation...
Revelations of official corruption, crime roil 1999 One of the most gratifying...
Two dead in Horn Lake murder/suicide A man...
Go Red in Tunica Tunica’s second annual...
1998: Tunica’s economic miracle builds, but issues begin to threaten “…People born...