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|October 23rd, 2014 --- 12:54:45 CDT -0500|
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|October 23rd, 2014 --- 12:12:25 CDT -0500|
Hurley's Kaitlyn Orth to compete for Miss Mississippi USA next week in Tunica
Kaitlyn Alexis Orth, 19, of Hurley will compete for the title of Miss Mississippi USA on Oct. 30-Nov. 1 in Tunica. Her hobbies include being a young woman of God, going to the gym everyday , shooting skeet and hunting, texting in group chats and spending time with her family and friends.
|October 22nd, 2014 --- 16:25:04 CDT -0500|
GreenTech Automotive Opens Electric-Vehicle Production Plant in Tunica, Miss.
"In the past five years we have completely redesigned and reengineered the all-electric MyCar; developed strategic relationships with major automotive OEMs; and attracted, trained and retained a dedicated workforce in . Completing this state-of-the-art facility, designed and built specifically for GTA's unique production needs, brings us another step closer to making that dream a reality."
|October 17th, 2014 --- 15:25:04 CDT -0500|
Casino appeals county budget, tax increase
Tunica, owner and operator of the Hollywood Casino in Tunica County, has appealed to the Circuit Court to set aside the county's fiscal year 2015 budget and tax levy, based on nine exceptions to recent activity by the Board of Supervisors. The Bill of Exception/Notice of Appeal was filed Friday, October 10, and cites the Board's failure in August and September to follow proper procedure in giving notice and approving the new budget and levy.
|October 3rd, 2014 --- 17:14:05 CDT -0500|
Warriors Center aiming to transform lives
John Edmonds, Missions Pastor at Lifepoint Church Tunica, is leading the fight through Warriors Center North MS, where six men have already began the faith-based residential program aimed at transitioning their lives from addiction to spiritual freedom, homelessness to self-sufficiency, and outcast to family reconciliation, he said. "By the time they are finished, they are productive citizens.
|September 25th, 2014 --- 15:50:51 CDT -0500|
'Threat' puts county on alert
A statement that was taken as a threat or warning had the town of Tunica and Tunica County on heightened alert early this week. Tunica Police Chief Richard Veazey said a Tunica resident was told Sunday by a convenience store employee of Middle Eastern descent, "This country won't be the same after Tuesday."
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