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The Tunica Times • P.O. Box 308/986 Magnolia Street, Tunica, MS 38676

Town drainage issues outlined

Drainage issues mentioned in the most recent Planning Commission meeting spilled over to the Board of Aldermen at their May 20 meeting.

Ward 4 Aldermen Brooks Taylor said she attended the town’s Planning Commission on Monday, May 12, as the board’s liaison and to assist a citizen with concerns. Anna Spellan told commissioners that each time it rains, water from an adjacent property runs off onto her property. Her home is located along Turner Lane.


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Defining Moments

“There have been many defining moments in our nation’s history,” said Chaplain Captain Sean McMackin, “and in almost every instance, a conflict was involved.”

Keynote speaker Captain McMackin continued, “Defining moments show us who we really are...show others who we really are...and define who we will become....


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Retiring educator guided, inspired students

Battles have been fought and won. Kings and queens have been crowned. Laws have been passed and new worlds discovered, all thanks to a man who’s been bringing history to life at Tunica Academy for over four decades.

As the school year came to a close, Richard Fullilove graded his last papers as a TA teacher. The school honored him with a plaque for his years of service at graduation on May 16 and held a faculty luncheon in his honor on May 21.

Fullilove said he can’t believe how fast the years have gone by since he and his wife Danna moved to Tunica as a young couple. He was teaching in Cleveland at Bayou Academy and she was teaching in Gunnison, Miss. when they decided to see if there was a school out there that both could call home.

“We were hoping to teach in the same school and sent some applications in,” Fullilove said.


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Co. employees left hanging on insurance issue

County meetings don’t usually begin with heated arguments, but last Thursday’s Board of Supervisors kicked off at 5 p.m. with raised voices and pointed questions.

Immediately after Board president James Dunn called the May 15 meeting to order, he introduced benefit consultant Les Smith of Les Smith and Associates in Southaven. As Smith got up to make his way to the podium, Dunn said county officials have not heard from their insurance agent of record, Nick Floyd, even though the county’s current health insurance policy is due to lapse June 1.

“(This is) still tabled until May 28,” District 4 supervisor McKinley Daley said.

“When is the renewal date?” Dunn asked.


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