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In May 2008, the board of directors of the Mid-South Fair announced that the annual event would move to a new site in Robinsonville, on U. However, mainly because of weather but also because of the poor economy, the fair was instead held at the De Soto Civic Center, and will continue to be until the new fairgrounds site is ready.
Robinsonville is protected by the North Tunica County Fire Protection District, a career fire department that was created in 1997.
Robinsonville has ranked as high as the third-largest casino-gambling destination in the United States, as measured by gaming revenue, behind Las Vegas, Nevada and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Its casinos attract gamblers mainly from nearby Memphis, but also draw visitors from Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama, Missouri, Georgia, Illinois and Kentucky.
The department's equipment includes a 100-foot (31 m) Platform ladder truck (T-405), an Engine (E-4), and a Squad (S-4), which is staffed with a Fire Captain and five Firefighter/EMT's. Beginning in 2007, some Robinsonville residents have tried to incorporate their community into a separate town government, rather than exist under the jurisdiction of Tunica County or move toward annexation into the town of Tunica.
If Robinsonville incorporates, the new town government would be a direct beneficiary of casino tax revenue, enabling construction of municipal government offices.
Small apartment complexes mainly occupied by casino workers are among the few dwellings found in Robinsonville.
Treasure Bay Casino closed, and the Isle of Capri (originally the first of three Harrah's locations in the area) was bought by the neighboring Sam's Town resort; it is used only for its hotel tower and parking garage.
It was established in 1836 and named after the Tunica-Biloxi Indian tribe. The zip codes in Tunica County are 38664, 38670, and 38676. Randy Stewart serves as the Chief Deputy of the Sheriff’s Office.
He is tasked with overseeing the day-to-day operations of the department.
Commander Adrina Williams serves as the head of Internal Affairs while Major Jammie Lewis supervises the Patrol Division.
Warden Reginald Boykin oversees the operations of the Tunica County Jail.