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.
Following one city leader's inquiry regarding why so many Yazoo City third-graders failed to pass the required state reading assessment, Assistant Superintendent Lucille Lovette said Thursday that many children are already behind when they enter kindergarten.