Asset study explores possibilities
The Mississippi Development Authority recently presented a road map to guide the Town of Tunica towards emphasizing its assets.
The 44 page report was developed by a team that visited Tunica in January, following a request by Tunica Main Street. MDA will now work with the town should officials decide to implement any of the recommendations.
Jeffcoat aims to breathe new life into local grocery
With more than three and a half decades of grocery industry experience, James Jeffcoat has learned a lot about customers and the things that make them tick.
Even more importantly, he realizes the importance of fair pricing and good service.
“We have a 10 foot rule in our store,” explains Jeffcoat, owner-operator of Jeffcoat’s Family Market–located on Main Street in the former site of Chandler’s Fresh Market. “If a customer comes within 10 feet of you, you speak to them.”
Board gives go ahead to residents
A requested variance on lot specifications met with unanimous appproval at the June 7 meeting of the mayor and Board of Aldermen.
Michael Sides and Buddy Allen said they had met with the Town Planning Commission asking to divide a lot at 1090 Hickory Lane. The Planning Commission denied the request, and appearing before aldermen is the next step, Mayor Chuck Cariker said.
Family suspects foul play in local’s death
The family of a longtime Tunica County resident is seeking answers to questions surrounding his death in Hot Springs, Ark. in mid-May.
On May 16, investigators with the Garland County Sheriff’s Department retrieved the body of Charles Ewing, 56, from a vehicle submerged in Lake Hamilton. Workers painting a nearby hotel noticed the Cadillac approximately 100 feet from the shore and called law enforcement officials.
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