On the Doorstep: Fifty years later, ‘Mockingbird’ still resonates

It was a quiet night at home–the hubby was gone and it was still scorching hot at seven o’clock, so a good movie seemed in order.And Turner Classics was showing “To Kill A Mockingbird.” Perfect!It had been years since I had the luxury of watching this film straight through. Occasionally I had flipped through the […]

Guest Column: The powers of federal government

I wrote recently about our nation’s long-running debate over where governmental power resides – at the state or national level.Our federal Constitution specifically “enumerates” what powers belong to the federal government – health care is not one of them.However, the Constitution also contains some very broad phrases allowing the federal government to “provide for the […]

In the News

{paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess} WREG’s North Mississippi reporter/weekend anchor Dennis Turner discussed his career in the news with members of the Tunica Rotary Club on Thursday, June 17. Turner grew up in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., taking a job in Memphis in the late 1980s. Since then, Turner said he’s covered some of Tunica’s “happiest stories and others […]

A sample of Tunica

{paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess} Vendors including Alpha Commission, Ann-Tiques, Buds and Berries, Levee Shack, 1251 Place, Tunica Florist and Williams Furniture contributed items to a display at the Cafe’ Marie during the Mississippi Assocation of Supervisors’ day trip to downtown. Tunica Main Street coordinated the trip as well as afternoon refreshments provided by Miss Tootie’s, Once Upon […]