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

Soho Bistro dazzles diners

Owners Roy Douglass and Anthony Holland and chef Julius Johnson of Memphis, TN have recently opened a new restaurant on Hwy. 61 North in Tunica, the Soho Bistro.  
In the restaurant business for over eighteen years, Johnson says he wanted to locate a restaurant in Tunica because the people deserved a place where they could enjoy a good meal at a fair price.
Johnson says he learned to cook while he was growing up and from chefs taking him under their wing and mentoring him.  He mentions with pride that everything is prepared fresh, by him, right when it is ordered, and that nothing is pre-prepared.

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SO kicks off holiday blitz

The Tunica County Sheriff’s Department will participate in the Drunk Driving-Over the Limit, Under Arrest DUI Enforcement Mobilization during the Holiday Season.

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Local officials to honor retiring Circuit Court judge

BY Kaitlyn Tucker
Courtesy of
the Bolivar Commericial

A reception honoring the service of Judge Kenneth Thomas will be held at the Tunica County court house on Friday, Dec. 17 at 3 p.m. The community is invited.
Thomas, who has served as an 11th Circuit Court Judge for the last 16 years, announced his retirement earlier this year.

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Tunica mother charged in death of infant

“She was one of my closest friends and I never imagined her life going in this direction,” a friend said of the series of incidents leaving a Tunica County woman facing first and second degree murder charges in the death of her child.
On Dec. 3, Angie Davis Murphree, 30, was taken into custody in Memphis to face accusations that she administered methadone to her daughter, which led to her death. Eleven month old Madison Murphree died at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital on Nov. 3, 2010.

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