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The Tunica Queen
The Tunica Queen
One of the great attractions of the Tunica RiverPark is seeing and experiencing the Mississippi River. The Tunica Queen in the newest non-gaming attraction in the Tunica, Mississippi area and provides seasonal cruises on the Mighty Mississippi.
Rowan Oak - Oxford, MS
Rowan Oak - Oxford, MS
Home to William Faulkner and his family for over 40 years, Rowan Oak was originally built in 1844, and stands on over 29 acres of land just south of the Square in Oxford, MS.
The University Museum
The University Museum
The University of Mississippi Museum holds a fascinating wealth of objects, fine art, and artifacts. The museum was established in 1939 in Oxford as the historic Buie Museum and expanded with the addition of the Skipwith Teaching Museum in 1975.
 
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Sharkey County is a county located in the Mississippi Delta region of the U.S. state of Mississippi.
As of 2010, the population was 4,916. Its county seat is Rolling Fork. It is named after William L. Sharkey, the provisional Governor of Mississippi in 1865.

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 434.88 square miles (1,126.3 km2), of which 427.71 square miles (1,107.8 km2) (or 98.35%) is land and 7.17 square miles (18.6 km2) (or 1.65%) is water.


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The R & B singer and seven-time Grammy winner will kick off the 12-city tour Oct. 21 in Woodlands, Texas, make a stop at the Horseshoe Casino at Bluesville, in Tunica, Mississippi, Dec. 15, and wrap up the tour at the Wagner Nol Performing Arts Center in Midland, Texas. Knight got her start in the music business at the age of 4. By the time she was 8, Knight was singing with her siblings who called themselves "the Pips."

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By Rita Howell Panola County's unemployment rate increased slightly from June to July, from 8 to 8.2 percent, according to the latest report of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security, even as the state's rate held steady at 6.1 percent. The national rate for July was 4.6 percent, up from 4.5 percent in June.

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