Angels of music
The Rust College A’Capella Choir presented a concert of spirituals, opera contemporary and traditional gospel songs including I’ll Meet You in the Morning at the Tunica United Methodist Church on Thursday, March 17.
Help for a fellow officer
Supervisors vote to fill admin posts
A series of questions about personnel by District 4 supervisor Henry Nickson at Monday’s meeting prompted a near 90-minute discussion in executive session, three times longer than the open portion of the meeting immediately prior.
Nickson noted that the county board had previously approved an order to make W.C. Eskridge the code enforcer effective March 1.
“Our current code enforcer is on the job until May 31,” Board president James Dunn responded.
“The Board order says Eskridge starts tomorrow,” Nickson reiterated.
“We have to make a decision as to the existing code enforcer,” Dunn said.
“I have a Jan. 28 Board order that a public information officer and a front desk clerk was to be advertised,” Nickson then offered. “The orders are not being followed. Why hasn’t this occurred?”
“The Board voted to post the positions, and they were posted,” Human Resources director Hylon Oliver answered.
“Have the interviews occurred?” Nickson asked.
Hey there, Little Red Riding Hood
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