Bringing the world to Tunica
Africa and England are more than just points on a globe or sections in a text book for Tunica Elementary School teachers Carrie Roberts and Lauren Todd. In fact, they represent a unique educational opportunity that both are using as they lead classes of tomorrow’s global leaders.
Roberts explains that before taking a job teaching kindergarten at Tunica Elementary, she spent two months teaching four and five year olds in Ghana, Africa. The experience came through a study abroad program offered through St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin, where she was pursuing a degree in education.
Roberts said she was involved in several service organizations in college and traveled to Africa the first time through them. When opportunity knocked again, she knew she could not pass it by.
Grand Jury Report
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUNICA COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI PRIOR TO THE SEPTEMBER 2012 TERM TO THE TUNICA COUNTY
CHARLES E. WEBSTER
THE GRAND JURY
We have examined 26 witnesses and return this report: 51 True Bills, 0 Presentments, and 4 No True Bills.
Short film features vision, talent of native
As a child, Jason Perry envisioned himself being on the silver screen.
While the Tunica native actually landed a career in the banking industry, he stayed true to his passion and followed his dreams of becoming an actor.
After netting several minor roles in local independent films over the past few years, Perry decided to try another path to movie fame.
“I got started writing by going to the Red West acting class – ‘Acting for the Camera’,” said Perry, who now resides in Hernando. “I started going to these classes with these other guys and never got any of the major parts, so we said, ‘ to heck with this; we’ll make our own movie.’”
Jobs coming on wings of airport based company
The Tunica Airport will soon be home to one of the Mid-South’s newest expansion businesses – Oklahoma-based Covington Aircraft.
Covington, which specializes in the repair and rebuilding of turbine and radial engines used in corporate and agricultural aircraft, is expected to be operational from its new location before October 1.
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