Wild streak ending
A variety of factors has led Tunica Main Street to cancel this year’s Wild Game Cook-off, set for this weekend.
In its prime, the event drew over 15 teams. This year, only two teams had committed to participate.
“Warmer weather has sent farmers back to the field earlier than usual,” Ryals said. “The expense was more than a few teams could afford. There were a lot of different reasons for it.”
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