He has been a business owner, even owned a few successful beauty schools. He’s been an outdoors writer, comfortable in the woods like second nature. He has organized a mud derby race, and garnered a reputation for playing in the mud.
Tim Singleton has grown up in the business world. Being a member of a family owned and operated business meant that everyone was working after school and on the weekends, just to make sure that the business was a success.
If you're like many people who drive past the Willie Morris Parkway on Grand Avenue Extension, you're wondering what's going on with all that heavy equipment work being done just south of the Hampton Inn. Chief among the mysteries is the big hole that's been dug.
The Mississippi Department of Corrections closed Yazoo City’s Community Work Center Friday, leaving the city and county without free inmate labor that has been used to provide services from cleaning public buildings to helping maintain the cemetery.