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


  • Unemployed workers have opportunity

    Mississippi community and junior colleges have joined with WIN Job Centers and Small Business Development Centers to offer free business start-up training and counseling to 1,000 out-of-work Mississippians.“This is a one-time opportunity for out-of-work...
  • TA finishes strong in state meet

    The Tunica Academy track team proved themselves among Mississippi’s best at the MAIS State Track meet on May 1.Earning honors were Maggie Gannaway, Claire Schubert, Crystal Terry, Sallie Perry, Jodeci Harvey, Austin Hagstrom, Stephen Gray, Freeman Gray,...
  • TA Baseball team ends year

    {paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess}Blake Perry and shortstop Brandon Holmes worked together for the out at second base during the April 29 game against Bayou Academy. The Diamond Devils ended their incredible season by falling short against Bayou in bo...
  • Rosa Fort players headed to state playoffs

    {paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess}Rosa Fort Tennis Coach Charles McGaughy (center) is proud of student/players Trentice Leonard and Vidal Partee for winning Division 4A’s #1 seed in Men’s Doubles and advancing to the State Tournament at the Bridge...
  • TA pair is state bound

    {paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess}Tunica Academy Mixed Doubles pair William Gibson and Adrianna Ferretiz are North State runners-up after participating in the North State tournament last week. The pair, coached by VCampbell Flowers, defeated Deer Cree...
  • Rotary Golf Tournament Winners

    {paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess}The 8th annual Tunica Rotary Golf Tournament, held on April 21 at Tunica National, was a huge success. The field consisted of 33 teams (132 players), and there were 97 hole sponsors.  The winning team was (l to r...
  • Rotary Golf Tournament Runners-up

    {paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess}Second place went to (l to r) Michael Sides, Paul Gregory, Buddy Allen and Curtis Berry with a score of 15 under.  The Rotary had a raffle to win a new driver, and the winner of that was Neil Block. Proceeds...
  • Floods subside quickly

    Tornado sirens blaring in the town between nine and ten Saturday night had Tunicans scrambling for cover, but the funnel cloud that was indicated on radar stayed on the Arkansas side of the Mississippi.The warning proved to be Mother Nature’s last shot ...
  • Tunica rallies for Madysen

    A community-wide benefit for Madysen Acey has been set for Saturday, May 15 at the Catfish Warehouse. “Tunica for Madysen” features great music, food and fellowship to assist the Acey family while 10-year-old Madysen recovers from electrical burn...
  • Board opts to reopen town Visitor’s Center

      Following a conversation with Tunica Museum Director Dick Taylor, Mayor Chuck Cariker presented three options for the Tate Log Cabin at the Board of Aldermen meeting on April 20. The cabin has served as a visitor’s information center for the tow...
  • Eastern culture meets the Deep South

    Tunica Rotary was a host club last week for a Group Study Exchange Team from South Korea. Other clubs within District 6800 (U.S.), including those in Senatobia, Oxford, Tupelo, Memphis, and Clarksdale, also entertained the five-person team for at least...
  • Schulz project building

    The momentum behind a multi million dollar project in Tunica County continued to build at the Board of Supervisors meeting on April 15. County leaders formally hired a company for water and sewer works after opening eight bids.{paypalaccess}Read more{/...

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