October 7: The Week In Review

THE DELTA (Ben Caxton) — If you weren’t listening to Delta Radio this week, here’s what you might have missed. In Arkansas, fake officers are doing fake favors, a Monticello mother is facing 1st-degree murder charges in her infant’s death, and a Carroll County accident claimed a woman’s life. Greenwood’s Mayor used to her contingency fund to help with Mississippi Beatles. In Greenville, there were two suspected arson fires in a week, and an alderman demanded a vote recount when she lost a primary. In Vicksburg drinks to go are coming in three weeks and a local business couple snared Richard Branson as an investor on Shark Tank, while Warren County set up new rules for firing weapons and the county schools are considering a merger. A Coahoma County escapee was captured in Horn Lake, while a man who has now escaped twice is still on the loose after getting out of jail in Greenwood. In Cleveland a local eye doctor was arrested and faces 80 years in prison on Medicaid fraud charges, the city plans to keep flying the state flag, and an Oxford developer had his rezoning request denied. All this and much more, this week, from Delta Radio, and www.deltadailynews.com.


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