School’s special gallery combines history, art
An array of colors and perspectives stretches from corner to corner in a classroom at a local school. Excited voices direct the view to one of hundreds of masterpieces now featured in Robinsonville Elementary’s very own art gallery.
RES principal Wilner Bolden said that the gallery began as a way to commemorate Black History Month. It soon became an opportunity to learn about different artists and give the participants a chance to showcase their creativity.
Proclamation In Honor of School Board Week
WHEREAS, children are the heart of Mississippi’s future and the public schools a major player in their development as productive citizens and savvy leaders; and,
WHEREAS, Mississippi’s public schools are challenged to prepare all children to compete effectively in a global, ever evolving digital society; and,
Lifesaving measures revive local
It was just a regular night at the G.W. Henderson Center. All around, people were breaking a sweat on the treadmills, weights, elipticals and track. Suddenly, a commotion arose as a patron collapsed.
On Jan. 25, North Tunica firefighter Will Townsend said a Rec Center staff member called his name as he was working out. He rushed to a small huddle of people, to find a man unresponsive.
Trio charged in shooting
Three suspects are being held at the Tunica County jail in connection with an incident on Monday, Jan. 31.
Deputies were dispatched to a business at 2598 Old Highway 61 after receiving calls of a shooting. Witnesses reported that a silver car, either an Impala or Malibu, drove by and occupants of the car began shooting. A bystander was shot in the right leg and was taken to Baptist Hospital in Southaven for treatment.
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