IUKA — By a tiny margin, Tishomingo County voters no longer want to be dry.
The affidavit ballots accepted by the county election commissioners on Wednesday broke in favor of legalizing the sale of liquor, beer and light wine, thus deciding the outcome that was still in doubt Tuesday night.
Affidavit ballots went in favor of liquor by a 35-12 margin and in favor of beer and light wine by a 40-1...
Alcorn Central High School seniors (from left) Chase Strachan, Seth Mohundro, Alan Clemmer, Reid Price, Ryan Thompson, Tyler Burgess and Dakota Dooley strike a pose as they prepare for their graduation ceremony this week. Corinth will close out the area's commencement exercises with graduation on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Crossroads Arena. / Photo by Lisa Lambert