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“We were living a normal life when things got turned upside down.� Coach Ron Price who lost his wife Amanda in a fatal shooting

Despite loss, Price tries to carry on Coach shares testimony in wife’s honor, speaks tonight at Oakland Baptist Church BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Ron Price must carry on. It’s what his wife Amanda would want him to do. Life for the Price family took a tragic turn on Dec. 5 when Amanda was fatally shot by a lone gunman in their New Albany home. “We were living a normal life when things got turned upside down,� said Price, head football coach at New Albany High School. The 1997 Alcorn Central graduate, who was also shot but recovered from his injury, has leaned heavily on the Lord since that terrible December night. He has shared his testimony at three churches over the last few weeks and is set to speak at Oakland Baptist Church tonight at 6:20 p.m. “People want to know how he is able to do this so soon,� said Oakland pastor Dr. Randy Bostick. “Ron is finding out that the Lord isn’t only giving him the strength, He is the strength.�

Just a few weeks following the death of his wife, Price spoke to the congregation at his parent’s church of Victory Baptist. He has since shared his testimony at two other churches and is scheduled to speak at other area churches through March 25. “I was scared to death the first night,� said Price of sharing his testimony following the shooting. “It doesn’t get any easier ... I relive the accident every time, but I can talk about my wife and how she served the Lord.� His message has helped the father of 3-year-old Molly Addison realize so many other people are going through similar tragedies. “I’m not the only person who has gone through something like this,� said the coach. “God is sending me encouragement through different sources every day.� When Price gets up to speak Sunday night, it won’t be about him, according to Bostick. Please see PRICE | 2B

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New Albany High School football coach Ron Price celebrates a victory after a game last season.

Ron Price and the late Amanda Price with their 3-year-old daughter, Molly Addison Price. The Prices are both graduates of Alcorn Central High School.

Lifesaving equipment coming to local schools Student’s health scare prompts commitment from hospital to provide defibrillators BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Staff photo by Jebb Johnston

Black History Museum volunteer Freida Miller shows Brian Crockett’s paintings of bluesmen displayed at the museum for Black History Month.

Art exhibits mark Black History Month BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Several venues in Corinth are hosting the creative vision of a group of black artists throughout February. Most of the work is in place now and will be displayed

throughout Black History Month at the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery, Corinth Library, Black History Museum, Alcorn Welcome Center and the Green Mango restaurant. “We have some really interesting work from a diverse

group of black artists,� said Guild President Sonny Boatman. “Although some of these artists have shown their work in the gallery before, many of the pieces that are being

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A Corinth student’s health scare has brought attention to the need for potentially life-saving defibrillators on local school campuses. Mayor Tommy Irwin thanked first responders and Magnolia EMS personnel in this week’s meeting of the Board of Aldermen for their efforts, and Magnolia CEO Rick Napper said the hospital will commit to providing defibrillators on the school campuses. About 5 p.m. on Feb. 1, a Corinth student went into cardiac arrest on the tennis court. Corinth first responders worked with the female student until Magnolia EMS arrived. She is said to be recovering well. “To survive cardiac arrest outside of the hospital, your chances of surviving are 7 percent nationwide,� said Mike Lutz, director of Magnolia’s ambulance service. His advice to help others survive cardiac arrest: “If you don’t know CPR, learn it.� “This child had a 93 percent chance of dying,� he said. “The only reason you have that 7 percent chance is because you have good, adequate and effective CPR; early defibrillation; advanced cardiac life support paramedics; emergency room physicians that are standing by waiting; and you have specialty care units to take care of those people.� Fire Chief Rob Price welcomed the addition of a life-saving tool in the schools. “As this case showed, you never know when one might be needed,� he said. “They typically have them in malls and large churches and places that have a large number of people.� Lutz said the country’s highest life saving success rate for cardiac arrest is in Seattle because of the number of defibrillators and people who know how to perform CPR. “Mr. Napper is going to put these AEDs in the schools, and we’re going to train the people to use them,� he said.

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On this day in history 150 years ago Feb. 12 — General Grant marches 15,000 troops from Fort Henry to Fort Donelson, a distance of 10 miles. Confederate reinforcements boosts the number of defenders to 21,000. A Federal gunboat flotilla drops anchor downstream of the critical fort on the Cumberland River.

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ART: The artists will participate in events for the next 2 Saturdays CONTINUED FROM 1A

Photo compliments of Thomas Wells / Daily Journal

Coach Ron Price talks with his New Albany football players during a game last season.

PRICE: ‘This could have been a stumbling block or a stepping stone’ CONTINUED FROM 1A

“In all of our conversations, things have turned to the Lord and Amanda’s faith in the Lord,” said Bostick. “Ron is drawing the strength from the same place Amanda did and he knows this is the message Amanda wants him to get out.” The late Amanda Cossey Price graduated Alcorn Central in 1999. The daughter of Bro. Bob and Cathy Cossey was a member of the Lady Bear tennis team. She was chosen Miss ACHS and Friendliest during her senior year. The AC

alum was also a member of the Hall of Fame and Top 10. Bostick believes people need to here the words of Ron Price. “We have put the word out and think this is an opportunity to learn something about life,” he said. “So many people are hurting and wondering how they can make it? I think his strength could effect a lot of people.” Price has no idea where God is leading him through all of what has happened the last nine weeks. He only knows that if God opens a door, he is going to walk through.

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“I want to follow the Lord and see where it takes me,” said the AC alum. “It would be easy to get mad and give up, but that’s not what Amanda stood for.” “This could have been a stumbling block or a stepping stone,” said Bostick. “He is using it as a stepping stone. In only nine short weeks, so many good things have come out of this,” added Price. People who didn’t even know Amanda Price will see the faith she shared with her husband through his testimony. “Nothing in the world can prepare you for what

happened,” said Price. “I want them to understand what we lost since a lot of people never got to meet her. Amanda did everything for our family and was a perfect wife.” Price will keep sharing his and Amanda’s faith wherever it leads him to go. “The Lord is taking care of us and I want to do the things that make him proud,” he said. “God is giving him a ministry,” said Bostick. “It’s a positive testimony of faith pointing people to Christ.” Something which Amanda would surely be proud.

shown are new works.” The artists will participate in events at the venues on two upcoming Saturdays. On Feb. 18 at the Corinth Library from 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., Gloria Gipson Suggs will recite poetry and discuss her art; Autry Davis will present poetry by other black writers; and Billy Patton will be on hand to talk about the art collection he has been gathering for more than 25 years. Suggs and Davis will appear at the welcome center from 2 until 4 p.m. The Black History Museum will host three of the artists on Feb. 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. — Victoria Cummings Bobo, who will recite her poetry and show her artwork, and Terrance Thomas and Brian Crockett, who will discuss their art. The three will then be at the art gallery from 2 until 4 p.m. About the artists: ■ Gloria Gipson Suggs, a Marshall County resident and former school teacher of 28 years, uses primarily crayon for a primitive impressionist style in her folk art drawings based on

three generations of ancestors of African and American Indian heritage. ■ Brian Crockett’s collection of faces, many of bluesmen, evoke the rich qualities of black and white photographs. One of his newest pieces on display finds him breaking from his usual motif and using color for a painting of Bernie Mac. ■ Terrance Thomas, a self-taught artist who paints still lifes and landscapes, has done paintings of the contraband camp and the Black History Museum that will be on display at the museum on Meigg Street. ■ Victoria CummingsBobo of Itawamba County has written poetry since the age of 12 and produces acrylic paintings and, more recently, dimensional works. She enjoys writing about “life, love, death, just whatever the good Lord gives me.” ■ Sculptor Keegan Love is originally from Tiplersville. “With each piece that I complete, there is a purging and invocation of wisdom that I don’t feel with any other art form,” he said. ■ Billy Patton, a minister and Rienzi resident, began collecting art while traveling in the military. The collection is focused on Christian black artists.

Folks sought who were born on Leap Day Dear reader, Ever four years, an extra day appears on the calendar during February. This year is one of those years Feb. 29 is a little over three weeks away. I can tell the difference from the Big Dipper, the Milky Way and the moon when I look into the sky, but I must have slept through Leap Year class when I took astronomy. Come to think of it, I was on the academic Leap Day cycle which involved missing every fourth class. Anyway, the earth doesn’t orbit around the sun in exactly 365 days during the year, so the calendar gods add a 366th day every four years. Hence, Leap Day in a Leap Year. I don’t understand it. I just accept it, like paying taxes. I’m reaching out to

“I’m reaching out to those rare people who were born on Feb. 29. They are a special breed who have the luxury of being 1/4 the age of anyone else born during the same year.” Mark Boehler Editor, Daily Corinthian those rare people who were born on Feb. 29. They are a special breed who have the luxury of being 1⁄4 the age of anyone else born during the same year. If you were born on Leap Day, I need you to jump at the chance to share your unique birthday. Send me your name and some information about yourself and information on how I can get in touch with you. Include

emails and cell phone numbers, if possible. If you have any special plans on Feb. 29, like a dinner out for frog legs for example, include that as well. Same goes for any family member who knows of a Leap Day baby. Nominate them for a story, but be sure to include 1⁄4 the amount of normal information. (Leap Year bad joke.) Send the information to editor@dailycorinthian.

com. If you want to send information via the Pony Express, drop me a line to P.O. Box 1800 in the big city. Fed Ex and UPS deliveries also accepted on Harper Road across from C&B Auto Sales, which ironically, has four vehicles to the left and four vehicles to the right. Whatever means of transportation a person may use, I need the information before 4:29 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24. As for me, I’m a Jan. 29 baby. But just the same, I’ll get the historic extra day’s pay for Feb. 29. When the experts talk of economic relief this year, I ponder if that’s the reference. Sincerely, Mark Boehler Leap Year Editor Daily Corinthian

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Sadie Bowen

Funeral services for Sadie Cooley Bowen, 82, of Corinth, are set for 1 p.m. Tuesday at Magnolia Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with military honors and burial at Corinth National Cemetery. Mrs. Bowen, a retired employee of Magnolia Regional Health Center, died Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012, at her home. She was a U.S. Air Force veteran who enjoyed working in her flower garden and spending time with her family. She was a member of Waldron Street Christian Church. Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Ernest Darris Bowen of Corinth; a son, William Todd Bowen of Corinth; a daughter, Cheryl Denise Dean (Lane) of Olive Branch; a sister, DeLois C. Meeks of Corinth; a brother, William A. Cooley (Linda); two grandchildren, Sara Denise Dean (fiance Ethan Dunn) of Memphis, Tenn., and Corrie Melissa Dean of Olive Branch; a brotherin-law, Delbert Bowen (Marie) of Michie, Tenn.; three sisters-in-law, Brenda Browning (Charlie) of Corinth, Bonitha Rast of Corinth and Betty Openbrier (Joe) of Memphis, Tenn.; and many nephews, nieces and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, William A. Cooley Sr. and Sarah Effie Cooley; a brother, Prentiss Cooley; three sisters, Martha P. Harber, Louise C. Winsett and Nellie Grace Cooley; and brothers-in-law J.B. Meeks, C.A. Winsett, Richard Harber, Johnny Rast and James Bowen. Bro. Ted Avant, Bro. Kevin Cooley and Charlie Browning will officiate the service. Visitation is Monday from 5 until 8 p.m. and Tuesday from 12 noon until service time. Memorial contributions may be made to the building fund of Waldron Street Christian Church.

Glenda Sanderson

IUKA — Graveside services for Glenda A. Sanderson, 65, are set for 3 p.m. Monday at Oak Grove Cemetery. Ms. Sanderson died Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. She attended Fifth Street Baptist Church and was a retired radiology technician for North Mississippi Medical Center - Iuka. Survivors include one son, Buzz Sanderson of Iuka; one daughter, Tracy Livermore of Germantown, Tenn.; one brother, Charles Sanders of Memphis, Tenn.; a sister, Sue Hall of Iuka; and four grandchildren, Paisleigh, Luke, Eli and Lila Grace Sanderson. She was preceded in death by her parents, Olen and Lila Sanders,

and a brother, Carol Ed Sanders. Bro. Tony Curtis will officiate the service. Visitation is Monday from 1 until 2:30 p.m. at Cutshall Funeral Home in Iuka.

Earl Tacker Sr. STANTONVILLE, Tenn. — Funeral services for Earl Wayne Tacker Sr., 68, are set for 3 p.m. Monday at Shackelford Funeral Directors of Adamsville with burial at Mars Hill Cemetery. Mr. Tacker, an inspector, died Friday, Feb. 10, 2012, at McNairy Regional Hospital. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict. Survivors include two daughters, Carol Baker and Sondra Lambert (Greg), both of Adams-

Dr. William “Bill� Jackson of Corinth has been named the A. A. Derrick Physician Quality Award recipient for 2011. The award recognizing outstanding support for quality health care has been presented since 1993 in memory of Dr. Arthur Derrick of Durant by Information & Quality Healthcare (IQH), the state’s Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO). Dr. James S. McIlwain, IQH president, in making the announcement at a recent IQH annual meeting, emphasized the time, thought and effort that Dr. Jackson has given in support of continuous quality improvement in health care in the state. Dr. Jackson, who has been in family practice since 1976, has served as chairman and vice chairman of the IQH board of directors. Dr. Jackson’s memberships are testimony to his dedication to the practice of medicine, according to Dr. McIlwain. A past president of the Alcorn County Medical Club, he is a member of the Northeast Mississippi Medical Association and the Mississippi State

ville, Tenn.; a son, Earl Tacker Jr. (Angela) of Stantonville, Tenn.; a sister, Diane Jones of Leapwood, Tenn.; a brother, Eugene Tacker (Mildred) of Stantonville, Tenn.; six grandchildren, Ricky Lee Jr., Greg Lee, Brittany Garvin (Daniel), Cody Tacker, Cassie Brown and Kayla Lambert; and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Johnny and Delia (Stanford) Tacker. Chuck Castles will officiate the service. Visitation is today from 5 until 9 p.m.

Leroy Westbrook

MICHIE, Tenn. — Funeral services for Leroy Westbrook, 61, are set for 12 noon Monday at Saulter Chapel CME Church with burial at Corinth Na-

Dr. William Jackson of Corinth (right) receives the plaque officially designating him as the most recent A. A. Derrick Physician Quality Award recipient from Dr. James S. McIlwain, Information & Quality Healthcare (IQH) president. Medical Association. He is a past president of the Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians, where he has served on the board of directors, as secretary, and as vice president. He is a certified medical review officer. He is a graduate of Walnut High School, Northeast Community College and Mississippi State University. He received

tional Cemetery. Mr. Westbrook died Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012, at his home. Born May 20, 1950, he attended Easom High School and served in the U.S. Army. Survivors include two children, Clifford Irons and Eric Irons, and five siblings, Dorothy Irons, Louise Irons, Robert Westbrook, Micheal Westbrook and Bobby Westbrook. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Jean Westbrook; his parents, Robert Westbrook and Kattie Mae Westbrook; and a brother, Charlie Westbrook. The Rev. Eddie Payne will officiate the service. Visitation is Sunday from 12 noon until 6 p.m. today at Patterson Memorial Chapel.

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Too many rules hurting recovery Last week President Obama said, “We can’t let Washington stand in the way of our (economic) recovery.” I don’t know anybody who would disagree with that sentiment. In fact, that’s largely what Daniel the TEA Party has been saying Gardner since its inception three years ago. Has Mr. Obama seen the Columnist light and converted to a more conservative approach to limiting the role of Washington in order to allow the economy to come roaring back? I don’t think so. The Federal Reserve has been manipulating the economy by flooding the market with dollars and by keeping interest rates artificially low. Has that worked? Well, unemployment is still above eight percent, and the Congressional Budget Office reported recently it expected that rate to stay above eight percent this year as well as next year. Additionally, the nation’s Gross Domestic Product stagnated at 1.6 percent for all of last year. Apparently, actions by the Fed have had little positive influence on our economic recovery. But, what about all the things Washington does to help the economy? Progressives like Mr. Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Chris Dodd, and Barney Frank follow Keynesian rules of economics which teach government should be heavily involved in manipulating the economy. This philosophy explains the explosion of new rules and regulations Washington has generated since Mr. Obama came into office. Washington generates tens of thousands of new rules and regulations every year for the good of the American people. You know — “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” To keep track of new rules and regulations the federal Unified Agenda, Regulatory Information Service Center, releases data each spring and fall about the number of “economically significant” regulations that impose more than $100 million in annual costs on the economy. These are merely the cream of the crop of new rules and regulations. In 2011 Washington generated a record high 149 economically significant rules and regulations. For comparison’s sake, the annual average of economically significant regulations under President Bush was 62 and under President Clinton 56. One might correctly assume a rising number of rules and regulations, particularly those that impose more than $100 million in annual costs on the economy, would hurt the economy. Yes, they do! For example, take the Dodd-Frank financial regulation law passed by progressives … please! That one bill, touted to help American consumers, includes nearly 260 mandated rules along with 188 other rule suggestions. Just in terms of unemployment numbers, this so-called recovery is the worst jobs recovery since the Great Depression. This comes as no surprise to economists who have studied progressive fiscal policies of the Roosevelt presidency that suppressed the free-market economy in favor of a government-manipulated economy. America still has 5.5 million fewer jobs today than we had in December 2007 at the beginning of the recession. Why has our economy dragged on anemically like this for the past four years? Has Washington gotten in the way of an economic recovery? Mr. Obama is laying out his re-election campaign as an opportunity to grow Washington bigger in order to help us get out of this economic mess. It seems to me we need to cut back on Washington’s growth. We can’t afford Washington to get continually bigger even if that’s suppose to make things better. So far bigger government has merely cost taxpayers more money and more debt, and we’ve seen few if any additional benefits. Daniel L. Gardner is a former resident of Corinth who now lives in Starkville. He may be contacted at Daniel@DanLGardner.com.

Prayer for today Dear Father, we thank you for the gift of life, both physical and eternal. Help us to serve you by serving others. Amen.

A verse to share Paul wrote, “When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child; when I became an adult, I put an end to childish ways.” — 1 Corinthians 13:11 (NRSV)

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Exports: Why did chicken cross ocean? iar to those who visit STARKVILLE — U.S. catfish farms. Have you heard the While U.S. proone about why the ducers have apparchicken crossed the ently exaggerated ocean? Stick with me some reports of unfor a few words on sanitary or unsafe Mississippi agriculture, aquaculture, and Sid Salter production condipolitics. Columnist tions, there exist legitimate concerns Mississippi has a over the lack of fedpretty acrimonious history with Asian export- eral inspections and testing ers of shrimp, crawfish, and of the Asian seafood prodparticularly Delta pond- ucts and production pracraised catfish. Growers and tices. The political war over catprocessors from China, Cambodia, Vietnam and fish has been waged on Capother countries in the re- itol Hill for over a decade gion have been the primary with Mississippi lawmakers trade adversaries for U.S. like U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran taking a leading role with producers. Whether one calls it encouragement from a cat“basa” or “tra” or “swai” or fish industry based in great even “shark” catfish, the measure in Mississippi. But Asian export product is not competition from Asian imthe grain fed channel catfish ports of “basa” and “tra” has to which Mississippians are combined with higher grain prices to erode Mississippi’s accustomed. For decades, “basa” and channel catfish production “tra” have been grown by significantly as the Asian Vietnamese and Cambodian imports take higher and fish farmers in floating cag- higher market shares of es along the Mekong River. “catfish” sales in the U.S. What do the “catfish What the fish are fed in this process and the health and wars” have to do with Missanitation standards ob- sissippi chickens and U.S. served in production have trade policy? Mississippi State Unilong been the subject of abject speculation, but suffice versity researcher Dr. Xiuto say that in many cases it Feng (Henry) Wan has dissimply isn’t the same pro- covered the first molecular cesses and standards famil- evidence linking live poul-

try markets in China to human H5N1 avian influenza or “bird flu.” Wan was born and grew up in central China in a small town on the Yangtze River. Press reports make clear that the goal of Wan’s research is to find the sources of human H5N1 infections and provide the foundations for policy-making for protecting public health – not to impact trade. Wan began studying avian influenza while in graduate school in southern China in 1996. He is credited as the first scientist to identify the highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza virus. But the implications of how Wan’s research might impact trade, the U.S. poultry industry, and Chinese trade restrictions and tariffs on U.S. poultry exported to China are obvious. In 2011, China put in place a tariff of as much as 105.4 percent on U.S. broiler products. That cost U.S. poultry producers 90 percent of their export business with China or a cool $1 billion. A study by Rabobank — the world’s largest agricultural lender — suggests that the former model of U.S. poultry producers growing broilers with maximum chicken breast size

to produce white meat for domestic markets is a failing strategy to compete both in global markets and in a changing U.S. market where shoppers are looking for cheaper dark meat from leg quarters and thighs. The Dutch bank cites a U.S. poultry industry that has lost hundreds of millions in operating profits during the last during the second major economic turndown in the past three years. Food safety issues and food supply issues impact business, trade, banking and family farms in Mississippi — currently fourth in the nation in producing chickens to feed the nation and the world. So why did the chicken cross the ocean? The numbers say the answer is to provide direct and indirect jobs to about 48,000 Mississippians and $2.11 billion to this state’s economy. Reopening Asian, Russian and Middle Eastern markets to exports is the key to reinvigorating Mississippi’s struggling poultry industry. And that’s no joke. Sid Salter is a syndicated columnist. Contact him at 601-507-8004 or sidsalter@sidsalter.com.

Mitt Romney has to pick himself up off canvas BY ROGER SIMON You never want to let them see how much it hurts. You get hit by a pitch, you don’t rub the spot. You get rocked by a punch, you try to throw a counter-punch. You lose three races in one night as a political candidate, and, well, you don’t do what Mitt Romney did. Romney is known as an even-keel kind of guy. Doesn’t get too high; doesn’t get too low. But Tuesday he lost three states to Rick Santorum, and it threw him and his campaign into disarray and confusion. But before we get to that, we ought to answer your chief question: Which one is Rick Santorum? Santorum was the guy who back in January came in second in Iowa to Mitt Romney by eight votes. Santorum had spent the most time in Iowa, and Romney had spent the least time in Iowa, and so Santorum seemed finished. A few weeks later after a recount, however, GOP officials announced that Santorum had actually won Iowa by 34 votes, with the proviso that they didn’t actually know who the hell had won Iowa. The votes of eight precincts had gone permanently “missing.” Which is why Santorum got no boost from his sudden turnaround victory in Iowa. He was just another candidate on the right of his party, and the media had others to concentrate on, like Newt Gingrich. Gingrich is colorful, quot-

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able, unpredictable and utterly vicious. So vicious that even after he won the South Carolina primary, he began using rhetoric directed at his fellow Republicans that was so reckless, he effectively disqualified himself as the alternative to Romney. If you were a Republican who really could not bring yourself to vote for Romney then your choices were limited to Santorum and Ron Paul. Faced with that choice, anti-Romney Republicans found it easy to coalesce around Santorum on Tuesday, giving him victories in Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado. None of these contests awarded any delegates to the Republican National Convention — if you think presidential candidates are bizarre, you ought to take a look at the rules by which they are selected — but neither did the Iowa caucuses. By my way of thinking, if the media are going to go nuts over Iowa, they ought to go at least semi-nuts over Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado. But the Romney campaign decided not to shrug off its losses — it has tons of money and is well positioned to win future contests — but instead concentrate on how Santorum’s victories were meaningless because they landed him no delegates. On Wednesday, Politico’s Mike Allen began his highly influential Playbook with

this quote from a Romney campaign official: “It’s about delegates. We could have made the decision to spend money, resources. . . . We could have run television, run radio or spent more time. You can’t do everything. You gotta run your race.” At this stage of the game, Romney should be making sure the race is not about delegates, but momentum. As long as he has the momentum, the other candidates can pick up a few delegates here and a few there, and it will not matter at all, because Romney will eventually run away with the contest. But when you decide in early February that you can let an opponent walk off with three victories, then you have made a critical error. And Romney seemed to realize this Tuesday night. He looked understandably down and read his concession speech from two teleprompters as if he were seeing it for the first time — which he may have been. He began with a long riff on his father, with Romney portraying himself as the son of a humble carpenter. “My father never graduated from college. He apprenticed as a lath and plaster carpenter. And he (was) pretty good at it,” Romney said. “He actually could take a handful of nails, stick them in his mouth, and then, you know, spit them out, pointy end forward.” But let’s get real: Mitt

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Romney did not grow up in the days when his father was a humble carpenter. By the time Mitt was seven, his father was already chairman and CEO of American Motors. Then Mitt used a line in his speech that was even more questionable. “I am the only person in this race — Republican or Democrat — who has never served a day in Washington!” he proudly said. It’s true. But it’s disingenuous. Mitt tried very hard to spend a day serving in Washington. He tried very hard to spend at least 2,191 days, the term of a U.S. senator, in Washington. The only thing that stopped him was his 17 percentage point loss to Ted Kennedy in 1994. So it was left to Rick Santorum to have the line of the evening. “I don’t stand here as the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney,” Santorum said. “I stand here as the conservative alternative to Barack Obama.” There is actually no reason for anyone to count Romney out at this point. In the weeks ahead, we are going to learn if he can take a punch or if he has a crystal jaw. All Romney has to do is pick himself up off the canvas and get his head straight first. Roger Simon is chief political columnist of politico. com, an award-winning journalist and a New York Times best selling author.

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State Rule change could crimp lawmakers’ spending power BY JEFF AMY Associated Press

JACKSON — Some Democrats are warning that a proposal to change the Mississippi Legislature’s rules could handcuff their ability to seek more money for education. The proposal, written by House Rules Chairman Mark Formby, RPicayune, would require that any time lawmakers want to increase spending on an item, they would have to cut spending elsewhere by an equal amount. The rule will help keep the budget balanced and prevent lawmakers from spending too much, Formby said Friday. “This just prevents any member from arbitrarily getting an amendment passed that would unbalance the budget,” he said. Opponents, though,

said that it would make it even harder for a majority of House or Senate members to go against the wishes of a chamber’s leadership. They said it will make it impossible to dip into reserves to spend more, and said it will be equally difficult to wrest money away from other agencies. “It will prevent any single member of the House or the Senate from being able to impact the appropriations process,” said Rep. Cecil Brown, DJackson. At the beginning of each four-year term, both houses adopt rules that cover things like deadlines for acting on bills and how legislative differences between the chambers are to be resolved. The current Legislature has yet to adopt such rules, but House leaders expect to take them up

next week, including the change. Republicans took control of the House this year for the first time since Reconstruction. Brown said the change will make the alreadydifficult amendment process nearly impossible, because defenders of other agencies will fight. “It pits agency against agency,” he said. It’s unclear whether the proposal is a joint effort between House and Senate leaders. Laura Hipp, a spokesman for Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, said Reeves wouldn’t comment until whatever the House approves reaches the Senate. Formby said that in some years past, lawmakers have given into political pressure to spend more, without designating a money source. He said that sometimes, leg-

islators rely on leaders to fix any overspending in conference committees. “Now you get to do the responsible thing,” Formby said. But Sen. Hob Bryan, D-Amory, said such votes are used to make a point to leaders, who can heed that message when they confer to reconcile differences between House and Senate bills. “The purpose of all this is to keep us from saying you ought to spend more money on education, to keep the floor from saying that,” Bryan said. Both Brown and Bryan say the rule, as it is written, would make it nearly impossible to add unappropriated money from reserve accounts to spending. Reeves and Gov. Phil Bryant, also a Republican, have said they want to stop overriding a law that requires

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Obama budget predicts $1.3T deficit for 2012 BY ANDREW TAYLOR Associated Press

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s new budget predicts a $1.3 trillion deficit for the ongoing fiscal year but that would drop to $575 billion in 2018 if the president gets his wish to raise taxes and if policymakers can live within tight restraints on the Pentagon and other Cabinet agency budgets, the White House said Friday. After four consecutive years of trillion dollarplus deficits, next year’s budget shortfall would drop to $901 billion under the administration’s tax and spending policies. In his budget submission on Monday, the president will also call for a “Buffett Rule” — that would guarantee that households making more than $1 million a year pay at least 30 percent of their income in taxes. Billionaire financier Warren Buffett has made headlines proposing the idea, saying that it’s unfair for him to pay a lower tax rate than his secretary. Obama will also call for Congress to enact a tax reform plan that would raise about $1.5 trillion over the coming decade by eliminating numer-

ous tax preferences and assuming revenues from the expiration of Bushera tax cuts for people in the upper brackets. The president is also going to call for lower corporate tax rates as well as an end to many corporate tax loopholes; details will come later in the month. The election-year document is sure to get a brushoff from Republicans controlling the House. The White House says that Monday’s budget will contain many items from a September submission to a failed congressional deficit “supercommittee,” which deadlocked over tax increases and how much to cut popular benefit programs like Medicare. The Obama budget will also reflect tight “caps” on agency operating budgets forged in last summer’s budget and debt limit pact between Obama and House Speaker John Boehner. Those include a $6 billion cut in the budget for core Pentagon operations and cuts to many domestic agencies as well. But it’s commonly assumed that presidential politics will prevent Democrats and Republicans from renewing efforts for a broader budget agreement, though

negotiations on Capitol Hill are under way in efforts to renew jobless benefits for the longterm unemployed and a 2 percentage point cut in payroll taxes and prevent a 27 percent cut in Medicare payments to doctors that’s the product of an outdated funding formula. Administration officials briefed reporters and issued a fact sheet after several figures were reported in The Wall St. Journal, which viewed leaked draft budget documents. White House talking points said the budget will put “the nation on a path to live within our means — by cutting wasteful spending, asking all Americans to shoulder their fair share and making tough choices on some things we cannot afford, while keeping the investments we need to grow the economy and create jobs.” The president will also propose a six-year, $476 billion highway and surface transportation bill and $360 billion from curbs to federal health care programs like Medicare and Medicaid. There’s $278 billion more in savings from non-health benefits programs like farm subsidies and federal civilian worker pensions.

Navy names ship for former congresswoman BY KEVIN FREKING Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Gabrielle Giffords, the recently retired congresswoman from Arizona who was shot in an assassination attempt 13 months ago, returned to Washington Friday for double honors. The Navy named a ship after her and she saw President Barack Obama sign the last piece of legislation she authored into law. In a ceremony at the Pentagon, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus unveiled an artist’s rendering of the USS Gabrielle Giffords, a littoral combat ship. The craft is among the

Navy’s most versatile and can operate in shallower coastal waters than larger ships. “God bless the USS Gabrielle Giffords and all who sail in her,” Mabus said at the ceremony. Giffords was shot in the head and grievously wounded in January 2011 as she met with constituents outside a supermarket in Tucson, Ariz. Twelve others also were wounded in the rampage that left six dead, including a federal judge, a Giffords aide and a 9-yearold girl. Christina Taylor Green had an interest in government and politics and wanted to hear Giffords

speak. At Friday’s ceremony, Mabus announced that Christina Taylor’s mother, Roxanna, is the ship’s “sponsor.” Green’s initials will be welded into the ship’s keel. In the months since she was shot, Giffords, 41, has been treated in Houston as well as Arizona as she relearned how to walk and speak. Her progress had seemed remarkable, but she resigned from Congress last month to concentrate on her recovery. Giffords stepped down on the day the House passed her bill by a vote of 428-0. The legislation Obama

signed Friday increases the penalties for using ultra-light aircraft when smuggling drugs into the country. The small, single-seat planes are an increasingly favored tool that smugglers use to fly at night and then release their haul without detection. Obama said he told Giffords that he expected to see more of her in the months and years to come. “I’m confident that, while this legislation may have been her last act as a congresswoman, it will not be her last act of public service,” Obama said in a statement released by the White House.


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numbers totaled an estimated 2.15 million as of Jan. 1, down 40,000 from a year ago. There are just under a million beef cattle in Tennessee, plus calves. In Tennessee, cattle and calves are Tennessee’s top agricultural commodity, accounting for 17 percent of total farm income, or $545 million in farm cash receipts in 2010, according to Tom Womack, a spokesman for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. Charles Hord is executive vice president of the Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association, based in Murfreesboro. He says one of the reasons the beef production is appealing is that it can be done part-time. In fact, the vast majority of Tennessee producers have what Hord calls “town jobs.” “We have about 43,000 farmers and 80-90 percent are part-time,” Hord said. “The average herd size is 25-30 cows.” Hord said the mood was upbeat at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association meeting in Nashville earlier this month. “There’s a lot of optimism right now,” He said. “The outlook remains pretty positive the next couple of years.” Then, with a farmer’s traditional caution, he added: “There are still concerns about rising costs.” Rawls said the midSouth region is well-positioned to do well in beef production. Relatively mild winters allow as many as nine months of grazing. The more cattle

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — There’s reason for optimism down on the farm, providing that’s a beef cattle operation in Tennessee or Kentucky. The mid-South states are the center of cowcalf beef production east of the Mississippi River. Kentucky ranks eighth nationally and Tennessee is ninth. But while cattle prices are up and exports are climbing, a respected academic expert says the opportunity for quick profit may prove too tempting. “We had record high prices this past year and yet we reduced the number by 40,000 (in Tennessee),” said Dr., Emmitt Rawls, professor emeritus of agricultural economics with the Institute of Agriculture at the University of Tennessee. “You kill the goose that laid the golden egg. It seems kind of ironic.” Industry officials also say it’s a good time to raise beef cattle. Mike Bach, a beef cattle producer in Bath County in eastern Kentucky, said he’s preparing to sell about 80 heifers and 60 calves, either at auction or directly to a feed lot. It’s looming as quite a payday for the 65-yearold farmer who has seen plenty of ups and downs in the industry. “We never have seen prices like this,” said Bach, president of the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association. “These are

uncharted waters for the average farmer. And we just don’t know where it’s going to end.” Supply-and-demand trends seem to be working in the favor of producers. U.S. cattle herds are at their lowest numbers in decades, reducing the risk of an oversupply that would drive down market prices, Bach said. And with sky-high prices, many farmers aren’t willing take a long-term gamble to build up their herds, he said. “If you’re getting $900 for an 800-pound heifer, why would you keep that heifer for another two years to get a live calf?” he said. “You’re just taking a whole lot of risk there. And that’s why the national herd hasn’t expanded yet. These prices are going up and people are taking the safe bet selling them.” Dave Maples, executive vice president of the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association, said he saw calves weighing between 700 and 750 pounds fetching about $1,100 per head at a recent auction at Paris in central Kentucky. “We’ve never had that kind of price,” he said. “It’s historical.” U.S. cattle and calf stocks totaled 90.8 million at the start of this year, representing the lowest nationwide inventory since 1952, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In Kentucky, the biggest beef-cattle producer east of the Mississippi River, the cattle and calf

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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Georgia tops No. 20 State in OT

Shorts Kossuth Boosters

BY DAVID BRANDT

The Kossuth High School Booster Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday in the high school gym.  

Adult Softball The Corinth/Alcorn Co. Parks and Recreation Department will be conducting team registration for Adult Softball Leagues from February 21 until March 9. Leagues forming are Women’s, Industrial, Open, Church and Seniors. A date and time for the mandatory mangers meeting will be given upon registration. Leagues will begin play the week of March 26. League registration is $350 for teams with an Alcorn County sponsor and $400 for others. All teams will be required to wear matching jerseys. Come by the park office to complete a registration form. For information call 286-3067. Office hours are 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. on February 25.  

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STARKVILLE, Miss. — Kentavious Caldwell-Pope hadn’t done this a million times. It just looked that way. The 6-foot-5 freshman guard juked to his left, stepped back and coolly knocked down Georgia’s biggest shot of the season, a 3-pointer in overtime that lifted the Bulldogs to a 70-68 victory over No. 20 Mississippi State on Saturday. “That was a big-time shot that big-time players make,” Georgia senior Gerald Robinson Jr. said. “I don’t care

what year you are classification-wise, when you hit shots like that you’re a star.” Caldwell-Pope led the Bulldogs with 20 points on 7 of 15 shooting, including 6 of 12 from 3-point range. Georgia (12-12, 3-7) earned its first Southeastern Conference road win this season and only its second road victory overall. Robinson added 13 points, including eight in overtime. Dustin Ware had 11. Mississippi State (19-6, 6-4) was led by Dee Bost’s 21 points. The senior guard missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer that could have won

the game. Georgia trailed for much of the afternoon, but Robinson hit a driving layup with 27 seconds remaining that sent the game into overtime. Georgia won at Humphrey Coliseum for the first time since 2002. Mississippi State coach Rick Stansbury said his team appeared flat from the opening tip. “When you’re not yourself, it’s a fine line and unfortunately today we were on the wrong side of that line,” Stansbury said. “... Nowhere in that game did I feel that we got that emotion to where

it needed to be. When you don’t get to that level, that’s what can happen.” Jalen Steele scored 15 points and Arnett Moultrie added 12 as Mississippi State lost the final game of its three-game homestand. Steele missed a 3-pointer just before the buzzer in regulation that would have won the game. The game was back and forth in overtime with Mississippi State taking a 66-65 lead on Steele’s 3-pointer with 1:22 remaining. But Caldwell-Pope responded Please see GEORGIA | 9A

Youth Softball/Baseball The Corinth/Alcorn Co. Parks and Recreation Department will be conducting youth baseball and youth girls softball registration from February 21 until March 2. Age groups for girls are 3-4 (Coed T-Ball), 6U (Coach Pitch), 8U (Coach Pitch), 10U (Fast Pitch), 12U (Fast Pitch) and 14U (Fast Pitch). Age as of December 31, 2011 determines the age group in which the girl is eligible to play. Age groups for boys are 4-5 (Coed T-Ball), 6-year-old (Coach Pitch), 7-8 (Coach Pitch), 9-10, 11-12 and 13-15. The birth date cutoff for boys is May 1. All players without a birth certificate on file must show one before registering. The season will begin April 2 for some age groups. The cost is $35/one child, $70/two children and $100/three children or more. To register come by the park office. For information call 286-3067. Office hours are 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. on February 25.  

Volleyball League The Selmer Park and Recreation Department will be having a co-ed volleyball league. A meeting will be held on March 29 at 6 p.m. for all interested in participating. Rules will be discussed at meeting. Cost is $25 per player and teams must consist of at least one female. Games will be played on Thursday night. For more info call 731-610-7170.

Mills leads USM past UCF 78-74 Associated Press

HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Jonathan Mills scored 18 points to lead Southern Miss to a 78-74 win over Central Florida on Saturday night. Mills, who went 12 of 13 from the foul line, scored nine straight points for the Golden Eagles (21-4, 8-2 Conference USA) during a pivotal 14-6 second-half run. The spurt helped Southern Miss recover from a 52-51 deficit after Central Florida took its first lead. Central Florida (18-7, 7-4) pulled within two points with 47 seconds left, but the Golden Eagles made 10 of their 12 free throws in the final 1:27 to put the game out of reach. Southern Miss outscored Central Florida 29-12 from the foul line.

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Georgia guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (1) blocks out Mississippi State guard Rodney Hood (4) during an NCAA college basketball game Saturday in Starkville, Miss.. Georgia won in overtime 70-68.

Mississippi rallies past Auburn 61-54 Associated Press

OXFORD, Miss. — Murphy Holloway scored 20 points, including 14 straight to highlight a second-half comeback, as Mississippi defeated Auburn 61-54 Saturday night. The win snapped a twogame losing streak for the Rebels (15-9, 5-5 Southeastern Conference) as Nick Williams and Jarvis Summers added 13 and 11 points, respectively. Holloway also grabbed 10 rebounds as Ole Miss erased an 11-point deficit in the final 15 minutes to keep alive its NCAA Tournament hopes. Auburn (13-12, 3-8) was

led by Kenny Gabriel with 15 points. Frankie Sullivan added 10 for the Tigers, who have lost five of their last six and remain winless in six SEC road games. The Tigers led 31-24 at halftime and 39-28 with 15:16 left on a 3-pointer from Noel Johnson. Ole Miss answered with 12 straight by Holloway to lead 40-39. With the game tied at 51, the Rebels outscored the Tigers 10-3 in the final 2 minutes. Auburn finished 21 of 52 (40.4 percent), from the field, including 6 of 17 (35.3 percent), from 3-point range.

Ole Miss shot 22 of 49 (44.9 percent), but struggled at the free throw line, making 13 of 25 (52 percent), which allowed the Tigers to make it close. Holloway, who finished with a game-high 10 rebounds, highlighted his decisive outburst with a traditional three-point play and a thunderous dunk. The teams swapped the lead on three more occasions before the Rebels took the lead for good, 53-51, on a steal and layup by Summers with 1:56 left. Auburn managed only one field goal in the final 2 min-

utes, a 3-pointer by Gabriel, as Ole Miss pulled away on baskets and free throws from Summers and Williams. Reggie Buckner, who finished with four blocked shots, had three blocks in the final minute and added a basket to complete the comeback win. The win enhanced the NCAA Tournament hopes of the Rebels, who remain in a four-team logjam for fourth place in the SEC at 5-5. Ole Miss hosts Vanderbilt on Thursday and visits Kentucky on Saturday in a pair of games that should determine the Rebels’ postseason position.

Renfroe commands attention in batting cage Associated Press

STARKVILLE — While Mississippi State baseball coach John Cohen preaches the fundamentals every day in practice at Dudy Noble Field, he anticipates his 2012 team will be able to offer something different, especially in batting practice. One player who will command attention is Hunter Renfroe, a 6-foot-2, 211-pounder who attracts attention from fans and teammates every Come and have a candlelight time he steps in dinner with your sweetheart! the batting cage.

“Hunter is one of those few players I’ve ever been around, even as an assistant on Team USA (in 2005), where we had 20 of the best freshman and sophomores in the country, Hunter is one of those kids that when he takes BP our whole team shuts down and says, ‘Oh my goodness, look at this,”’ Cohen said. “He takes the mound and everybody is behind home plate (wondering), ‘Is he touching 100 (mph) today?’ Hunter is a special talent.” The praise is high when you consider the 2005 national team Cohen served as an assistant on under Baylor coach Steve Smith had current Major League Baseball

starters in Tampa Bay lefthanded pitcher David Price, Baltimore catcher Matt Wieters, Arizona right-handed pitcher Ian Kennedy, and St. Louis center fielder Jon Jay. However, that same praise may not be unwarranted when you talk to professional scouts about Renfroe, who could see playing time this season in the outfield, at catcher, at designated hitter, and as a relief pitcher. The Boston Red Sox selected Renfroe in the 31st round of the MLB 2010 First-Year Player Draft. Renfroe turned down more than $100,000 from the organization to honor his National Letter of Intent to MSU. “Renfroe is one of the ma-

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jor x-factors in the SEC,” Baseball America national writer Aaron Fitt said. “If this guy can start tapping into his potential, look out. The sky is the limit with the most raw power of anybody in the Southeastern Conference.” MSU senior preseason AllAmerica closer Caleb Reed, who said he can’t throw a fastball near the velocity of Renfroe’s 98 mph stuff, said he still enjoys sitting on a bucket and watching batting practice the MSU coaches to predict what Renfroe will accomplish that day in practice. “When he takes BP right now, everybody — me and all Please see RENFROE | 9A

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with his own 3-pointer just seconds later, faking fellow freshman Rodney Hood before making the long jumper for a 68-66 lead with 1:02 left. “He made a couple of errors early in the game and he’s normally not a guy to do that,” Georgia coach Mark Fox said. “I had to chew him out a little bit and I think he felt a little guilty after that. He came through for us in a big way.” Robinson missed a free throw with 8 seconds remaining overtime, which gave Mississippi State a chance to tie or win. Bost got a decent look from about just beyond the 3-point line but missed everything and Georgia celebrated the win. Bost said he was expecting Stansbury to call a timeout in the final seconds, but didn’t want to make excuses. “We didn’t bring it, so that’s what we get,” Bost said. Georgia was coming off arguably its most impressive game of the season, an 81-59 home victory over Arkansas. And the Bulldogs played well again against Mississippi State, slowing the pace of the game by packing in the defense against MSU’s talented frontcourt. Caldwell-Pope scored 14 points in the first half, helping Georgia shake off a slow start. Mississippi State led 34-31 at halftime. Caldwell-Pope was quiet for much of the rest of the game, until the big 3-pointer in overtime. He is the team’s leading scorer with 14.2 points per game. Moultrie’s been one of the SEC’s most consistent players, averaging 17 points and a league-leading 11 rebounds per game. But he didn’t find a lot of room to work in the paint against Georgia and had a team-high three turnovers. “We didn’t do anything really different, we just played with heart,” Robinson said. “We knew we’d be a little undersized, but it’s about playing with pride and putting a body on someone.” Sidney helped offset Moultrie’s subpar performance with one of his better outings. The inconsistent 6-10 sophomore contributed 10 points and 12 rebounds for his first double-double of the season.

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PRO BASKETBALL NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct Philadelphia 19 9 .679 Boston 14 12 .538 New York 13 15 .464 Toronto 9 19 .321 New Jersey 8 21 .276 Southeast Division W L Pct Miami 20 7 .741 Atlanta 18 9 .667 Orlando 16 11 .593 Washington 5 22 .185 Charlotte 3 24 .111 Central Division W L Pct Chicago 23 6 .793 Indiana 17 10 .630 Milwaukee 12 14 .462 Cleveland 10 16 .385 Detroit 8 20 .286 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 19 9 .679 Dallas 16 11 .593 Houston 16 11 .593 Memphis 14 13 .519 New Orleans 4 23 .148 Northwest Division W L Pct Oklahoma City 21 6 .778 Denver 16 12 .571 Portland 15 12 .556 Utah 13 12 .520 Minnesota 13 15 .464 Pacific Division W L Pct L.A. Clippers 17 8 .680 L.A. Lakers 15 12 .556 Phoenix 11 15 .423 Golden State 9 14 .391 Sacramento 10 16 .385 ––– Friday’s Games Chicago 95, Charlotte 64 Toronto 86, Boston 74 Atlanta 89, Orlando 87, OT Miami 106, Washington 89 L.A. Clippers 78, Philadelphia 77 Milwaukee 113, Cleveland 112, OT Detroit 109, New Jersey 92 Portland 94, New Orleans 86 Dallas 104, Minnesota 97 Memphis 98, Indiana 92 New York 92, L.A. Lakers 85 Oklahoma City 101, Utah 87 Saturday’s Games L.A. Clippers 111, Charlotte 86 Denver 113, Indiana 109 Philadelphia 99, Cleveland 84 New York 100, Minnesota 98 San Antonio 103, New Jersey 89 Portland at Dallas, (n) Orlando at Milwaukee, (n) Phoenix at Sacramento, (n) Today’s Games L.A. Lakers at Toronto, Noon Chicago at Boston, 2:30 p.m. Washington at Detroit, 5 p.m. Miami at Atlanta, 6 p.m. Houston at Golden State, 8 p.m. Utah at Memphis, 8:30 p.m. Monday’s Games Philadelphia at Charlotte, 6 p.m. Minnesota at Orlando, 6 p.m. Utah at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Miami at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at Golden State, 9:30 p.m.

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NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 53 35 13 5 75 150 108 Philadelphia 55 31 17 7 69 179 165 Pittsburgh 55 31 19 5 67 171 146 New Jersey 55 31 20 4 66 154 155 N.Y. Islanders 54 23 23 8 54 130 155 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 53 34 17 2 70 184 120 Ottawa 58 28 22 8 64 169 181 Toronto 56 28 22 6 62 171 166 Montreal 56 23 24 9 55 149 149 Buffalo 55 24 25 6 54 136 158 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Florida 54 26 17 11 63 137 151 Washington 54 28 21 5 61 151 152 Winnipeg 57 26 25 6 58 139 161 Tampa Bay 54 24 24 6 54 153 181 Carolina 56 20 25 11 51 142 172 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Detroit 56 37 17 2 76 178 132 St. Louis 54 33 14 7 73 136 111 Nashville 56 32 18 6 70 158 148 Chicago 55 29 19 7 65 174 168 Columbus 55 16 33 6 38 128 180 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Vancouver 54 34 15 5 73 176 135 Colorado 57 28 25 4 60 146 159 Calgary 55 25 22 8 58 131 149 Minnesota 55 25 22 8 58 125 144 Edmonton 55 22 28 5 49 147 165 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA San Jose 52 30 16 6 66 153 124 Los Angeles 56 26 19 11 63 120 122 Phoenix 55 26 21 8 60 145 144 Dallas 54 28 23 3 59 143 153 Anaheim 54 21 24 9 51 139 160 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Friday’s Games Buffalo 3, Dallas 2, SO Detroit 2, Anaheim 1, SO Colorado 4, Carolina 3, OT San Jose 5, Chicago 3 Saturday’s Games Boston 4, Nashville 3, SO Florida 3, New Jersey 1 N.Y. Islanders 2, Los Angeles 1, OT N.Y. Rangers 5, Philadelphia 2 Edmonton 4, Ottawa 3, OT Pittsburgh 8, Winnipeg 5 Tampa Bay 2, Buffalo 1 Montreal 5, Toronto 0 St. Louis 3, Colorado 2, OT Columbus 3, Minnesota 1 Chicago at Phoenix, (n) Vancouver at Calgary, (n) Today’s Games Washington at N.Y. Rangers, 11:30 a.m. Florida at N.Y. Islanders, 2 p.m. Anaheim at Columbus, 5p.m. Los Angeles at Dallas, 5 p.m. Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m. San Jose at St. Louis, 6 p.m. Philadelphia at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Monday’s Games San Jose at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Carolina at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix at Vancouver, 9 p.m.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Saturday’s men’s scores East Albany (NY) 76, Maine 68 Army 69, Navy 63, 2OT

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the coaches always have a bet of how many home runs we think he’ll hit this round. “It’s impressive to watch. I got to watch him a couple of times, but when Jeff Flagg used to take BP, they said it’s a lot like when Jeff used to take BP. Everybody likes to see how far it does go when he actually hits it,” Reed said. Flagg, who was drafted in the 27th round by the New York Mets and still plays in their minor league system, had his best season as a sophomore in 2006, when he hit .312 with 23 RBIs and five home runs in 35 games. The expectations for Renfroe, who hit .154 with two RBIs in 26 at-bats last season, are slightly high-

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er. In fact, Cohen thinks the sophomore could contend for SEC Player of the Year honors before his college career is over. “He’s got a real chance to be a much-needed physical presence in the middle of their lineup this season,” Fitt said. The power of the old days in the 3-4-5 spots, including when Will Clark and Rafael Palmeiro played at MSU in 1984-85, should be back at Dudy Noble Field this season. Cohen, who earned first-team All-SEC honors as a senior at MSU in 1990, hopes the confidence of Renfroe and several inexperienced power hitters will carry into the season. Last season was one of four campaigns since 1992 MSU failed to have a hitter reach 10 home runs.

MSU was 10th in the SEC in home runs with 30, 39 behind conference leader University of Florida. The gap likely won’t as big this season. “In the middle of the lineup this year you have scary guys, but they just don’t have that type of experience. “Hunter Renfroe is a scary guy that can hit balls on top of that bathroom out there (more than 400 feet away from home plate in left field). (Sophomore first baseman) Wes Rea is a scary guy that is swinging the bat very well. (Sophomore third baseman) Daryl Norris has power in the middle of the lineup. Trey Porter is a junior college transfer that has real power from the left side. There’s some meat in the middle of the order,” Cohen said.

Bucknell 90, Lafayette 78 Buffalo 59, W. Michigan 57 Cornell 72, Brown 63 Dayton 72, Fordham 70, OT Drexel 78, Hofstra 67 Holy Cross 59, American U. 52 James Madison 58, Towson 56 Lehigh 89, Colgate 69 Louisville 77, West Virginia 74 Manhattan 85, St. Peter’s 63 Monmouth (NJ) 82, Fairleigh Dickinson 68 NJIT 72, North Dakota 57 Niagara 84, Rider 82 Penn 58, Dartmouth 55 Penn St. 67, Nebraska 51 Princeton 70, Harvard 62 Robert Morris 70, St. Francis (Pa.) 56 Sacred Heart 72, Bryant 46 Saint Joseph’s 73, UMass 62 Saint Louis 59, La Salle 51 Siena 60, Canisius 50 South Florida 55, Providence 48 St. Bonaventure 69, Duquesne 48 Syracuse 85, UConn 67 Wagner 74, Mount St. Mary’s 57 Yale 59, Columbia 58 South Alabama St. 57, Alabama A&M 47 Ark.-Pine Bluff 64, Southern U. 58 Belmont 86, Florida Gulf Coast 63 Charleston Southern 70, High Point 67 Charlotte 73, Rhode Island 66 Clemson 78, Wake Forest 58 Coll. of Charleston 86, Davidson 78 Delaware 80, Georgia St. 77, OT Delaware St. 84, Coppin St. 81 Denver 77, FIU 63 Duke 73, Maryland 55 E. Illinois 74, UT-Martin 71 ETSU 65, North Florida 50 FAU 86, North Texas 81, 2OT Florida St. 64, Miami 59 Furman 80, W. Carolina 66 Gardner-Webb 77, VMI 61 George Mason 75, UNC Wilmington 69 George Washington 69, Richmond 67 Georgia 70, Mississippi St. 68, OT Georgia Southern 73, The Citadel 72, OT Howard 71, Florida A&M 69 LSU 67, Alabama 58 Liberty 77, Presbyterian 64 Lipscomb 99, Stetson 91, OT Louisiana-Lafayette 68, Arkansas St. 65, OT MVSU 71, Alcorn St. 63 Marshall 78, East Carolina 68 Md.-Eastern Shore 68, Morgan St. 56 Memphis 79, UAB 45 Middle Tennessee 68, UALR 60 Mississippi 61, Auburn 54 Morehead St. 58, E. Kentucky 45 Murray St. 82, Austin Peay 63 NC A&T 85, SC State 55 Nicholls St. 72, Lamar 63 Norfolk St. 70, Hampton 62 North Carolina 70, Virginia 52 SC-Upstate 70, Jacksonville 66 SE Louisiana 66, Northwestern St. 61 Samford 87, Elon 78 Savannah St. 67, NC Central 57 Seattle 100, Longwood 99, OT South Alabama 88, Louisiana-Monroe 86 Southern Miss. 78, UCF 74 Tennessee 75, Florida 70 Tennessee St. 68, Tennessee Tech 53 Troy 83, W. Kentucky 77 UNC Asheville 88, Radford 62 UNC Greensboro 77, Chattanooga 76 VCU 68, Old Dominion 64 William & Mary 79, Northeastern 54 Winthrop 67, Coastal Carolina 57 Wofford 66, Appalachian St. 64 Midwest Akron 75, N. Illinois 51 Bowling Green 66, Toledo 63 Butler 52, Cleveland St. 49 E. Michigan 68, Ohio 55 Indiana St. 78, S. Illinois 68 Iowa St. 69, Texas A&M 46 Kansas 81, Oklahoma St. 66 Kent St. 76, Ball St. 55 Loyola of Chicago 78, Ill.-Chicago 69 Marquette 95, Cincinnati 78

Miami (Ohio) 69, Cent. Michigan 50 Michigan St. 58, Ohio St. 48 Missouri 72, Baylor 57 N. Dakota St. 82, South Dakota 71 N. Iowa 78, Illinois St. 63 Notre Dame 84, DePaul 76 Oakland 93, IPFW 82 S. Dakota St. 75, UMKC 62 SE Missouri 85, SIU-Edwardsville 72 Utah Valley 66, Chicago St. 61 Wichita St. 89, Creighton 68 Youngstown St. 71, Valparaiso 53 Southwest Arkansas 76, South Carolina 65 Houston Baptist 93, Ecclesia 72 Jackson St. 62, Prairie View 48 McNeese St. 71, Cent. Arkansas 56 Oral Roberts 61, W. Illinois 51 Rice 43, SMU 39 Sam Houston St. 61, Texas A&M-CC 53 Stephen F. Austin 59, UTSA 51 TCU 75, Colorado St. 71 Texas 75, Kansas St. 64 Texas Southern 72, Grambling St. 54 Texas Tech 65, Oklahoma 47 Texas-Arlington 73, Texas St. 53 Tulsa 72, Houston 48 West Arizona 70, Utah 61 BYU 86, Pepperdine 48 California 73, UCLA 63 Colorado 63, Arizona St. 49 Gonzaga 78, Loyola Marymount 59 Idaho St. 79, N. Arizona 73 Long Beach St. 89, UC Davis 69 N. Colorado 77, Montana St. 64, OT New Mexico 48, Wyoming 38 New Mexico St. 80, Utah St. 69 Oregon 78, Washington St. 69 San Francisco 81, San Diego 70 UNLV 65, San Diego St. 63

Women’s scores East Albany (NY) 68, Maine 55 American U. 67, Holy Cross 47 Boston U. 56, Stony Brook 31 Brown 60, Cornell 49 Bucknell 65, Lafayette 54 Cent. Michigan 66, Buffalo 60 Colgate 77, Lehigh 71 Duquesne 81, Charlotte 53 Fairleigh Dickinson 72, Monmouth (NJ) 64 Hartford 67, Binghamton 58 La Salle 49, Rhode Island 45 Mount St. Mary’s 71, Wagner 48 Navy 57, Army 50 New Hampshire 58, Vermont 48 Penn 73, Dartmouth 63, OT Princeton 84, Harvard 56 Providence 62, Seton Hall 47 Quinnipiac 64, CCSU 59 Richmond 63, George Washington 51 Robert Morris 77, St. Francis (Pa.) 65 Sacred Heart 79, Bryant 64 Temple 77, UMass 50 UConn 80, Georgetown 38 Xavier 68, Fordham 57, OT Yale 73, Columbia 59 Midwest Akron 81, W. Michigan 67 Cincinnati 62, Pittsburgh 57 Creighton 80, S. Illinois 64 Detroit 62, Milwaukee 48 E. Michigan 83, Kent St. 47 Green Bay 64, Wright St. 59 IPFW 52, Oakland 45 Ill.-Chicago 73, Cleveland St. 50 Loyola of Chicago 78, Youngstown St. 73 N. Illinois 70, Miami (Ohio) 58 North Dakota 68, NJIT 42 Ohio 76, Ball St. 57 S. Dakota St. 79, UMKC 73 South Dakota 53, N. Dakota St. 40 St. Bonaventure 56, Dayton 55 Toledo 52, Bowling Green 50 Valparaiso 72, Butler 59 Southwest Baylor 71, Texas A&M 48 Grambling St. 51, Texas Southern 50 Lamar 70, Nicholls St. 52 Oklahoma 64, Missouri 60

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Outdoors

State deer season results trickling in Before the opening of deer season last fall I made my annual forecast on what hunters could expect for the upcoming season. In it I said the hunting would be tough but better than the previous year because a higher deer population would be competing for the same abundant food supplies and, consequently due to lower overall harvest rates in past seasons, a larger number of trophy bucks with impressive headgear and body weights would be taken. Now that deer season has concluded for another year, let’s see how my forecast measured up to

what Mississippi and Tennessee wildlife officials say actually happened. Mississippi’s 2011-12 deer seaDavid son was interestGreen ing to say the least. Prior to the Outdoors season, MDWFP Deer Program Biologists were concerned with meeting hunter’s expectations due to an abundant statewide acorn crop since deer observations tend to be less during years of heavy acorn production.” Reduction in deer observations is caused by one major factor; if deer have ample access to food, they tend to move much less,” said MDWFP Deer Program

Biologist, Lann M. Wilf. The over abundance of food did cause daytime deer sightings to be less than usual during most of the season, which resulted in a considerable decrease in hunter success on most properties. But it was a different story during the youth and early primitive weapons season. Hunter success saw an uptick. The trend was observed throughout most of the state, and was likely due to a higher preference of recently emerging food plots and limited availability of mast during early fall. However, as acorns began to drop, many hunters reported food plot usage declined as the season progressed.

Another exception was the consistent success hunters had in landscapes dominated by pine plantations and cutovers, which have limited acorn producing hardwoods. In instances such as these, hardwoods served as funnels and provided ample opportunities to observe and harvest deer. Mr. Wilf cited another reason for the reduced daytime deer movement. Lann said, “Another factor that likely reduced deer activity, and subsequently our overall harvest, were the mild weather conditions that we experienced all winter.” Although hunting was a bit on the tough side for many Mississippi

hunters, this was the year of the big buck. The combination of sound deer management and increased nutrition has resulted in numerous reports of record class bucks, 160 inches of antler or better, coming from the state. According to William T. McKinley, MDWFP Deer Program Biologist, the early spring was kind to Mississippi deer hunters. He said,” Recent research has shown that an early spring green-up allows deer more time to recover from the stress of the rut and cold winter, which helps deer to devote more energy to body and antler growth.” As of this time, an extraordinarily high num-

ber of bucks scoring more than 160 Boone and Crockett points have been reported taken from 29 of Mississippi’s 84 counties. Of these, 41 scored greater than 170, 25 scored more than 180, eight scored greater than 190, and three measured more than 200 inches. Most of the scores implicated are not official, as the required 60-day drying time has yet to elapse. Deer season has just recently closed so don’t be surprised to see the number of record class bucks taken climb even higher. I know for a fact there was one taken right here in Alcorn County that will push the 160 inch mark, if or when it is officially scored.

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available. Water management begins with soil management. Because our water supply comes as precipitation falling on the land, the fate of its fallen form depends on the condition of the soil it reaches. A rainstorm on bare soil loosens soil particles and causes runoff, carrying the particles away. This is known as soil erosion. This repeated action ruins land for many uses and is the source of sediment that fills streams, pollutes water and shortens the useful life of dams and reservoirs. In areas where much of the land is paved or covered, runoff occurs up to ten times faster than on unpaved lands. The water that falls here rapidly flows down storm drains and sewer systems carrying debris and other pollutants to nearby streams.


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St. Valentine’s Day is about doing good can fall into a hole (When my friend and have a hard Kathy Hughes time climbing out. read this column They say to count years ago, she your blessings but said, Ryland, this that doesn’t work is your “Ann Landfor me. I’m the kid ers” column. Print Ryland who’d try to think it every year — the way Ann Landers Bruhwiler of the starving children in China. The did her New Year’s Columnist meatloaf tasted just one. as lousy. And so I have — But I do know a trick or with heart-felt thanks to the wonderful women two for beating the blues. Break out a chunk of who’ve been the “Ediths” in my life. They are the homemade fudge. (Make folks who gave me the that two chunks.) Put confidence to love be- your feet up and escape cause they loved me first.) into a mystery. SomeValentine’s Day is times an hour’s induljust around the corner. gence is all you need to And, in these parts, so is return to the land of the living. Spring. If that doesn’t do it, get Hard to believe on the glum and soggy morn- up and move. ings when you can’t quite Put your right shoe on, warm up, no matter how your left shoe on, and you fiddle with the ther- head on out that door. No matter what the weather. mostat. Then putter around the Dreary days, when you

block. Or jog around the park. Or hoof it down the road to Mr. Hamm’s to admire his mules. Exercise, like chocolate, stirs up natural feelgood chemicals. They’ll float your boat for quite a while. But here’s the real secret. You want to be happy? Make somebody else happy. Whip up a pan of lasagna piled high with cheese — or a pot roast so tender it’s falling to pieces — and run it over to a neighbor’s as she’s pulling into the driveway after a long day’s work, the car overflowing with groceries and heavy knapsacks and quarreling kids. You want love? Be love. Originally, Valentine’s Day had nothing to do with romance. It wasn’t about Cupid. Or beribboned boxes of square

candy. There were two Valentines, or so they believe. A physician and a bishop. They went about Doing Good. Actually, you know, it’s Saint Valentine’s Day. Now, if you’re like me, you’re not on the Vatican’s short list, and not likely to be. But I have a sneaking suspicion that most saints were pretty ordinary. They didn’t enjoy fishing a hair out of their scrambled eggs, or waiting for the bathroom either. On the other hand, even the grouchiest of us has a streak of the saint. You want love in your life? Let me count the ways . . . 1. Adopt a cause. Join a group that’s working together to make something happen. You’ll make real

friends. And be too busy to worry about your daughter’s marriage, that achy shoulder, or the five pounds you gained. You want love? 2. Adopt a dog. Take a drive on over to the shelter and look up and down the rows of yearning eyes and hungry hearts. You won’t be sorry — even when, years later, it breaks your heart to hold them when they die. Two weeks ago my bachelor brother, Adam, lost his longtime buddy, one of those prancing terriers. I’d always gotten a kick out of watching that 6-foot-3-inch powerhouse set off on a walk with tiny Pickwick scampering about like a flea. I wrote to tell him how sorry I was. He wrote back: “I most

miss her in the evenings after work when she would greet me merrily and stay by my side until I was off to work the next day.” I gotta tell you: It’s hard to beat the love of a dog. But then there are children. 3. Adopt a kid. For a lifetime. Or one hour a week. It might make all the difference. When I was working my way through school as a waitress, the bartender asked if I’d tutor her 9-year-old, who was doing poorly in reading. And just about everything else. I knew a bit about Chaucer, but not a thing about teaching. We’d struggle through some workbook pages, then I’d help her read aloud. That was the extent of my expertise.

First Tishomingo school blown away by tornado in 1913 the students’ class(Source: Nettles, rooms until anW. R., Tishomingo County Agriculother building was constructed in 1915 tural High School: — known as the agA History.) ricultural building Many of the — which was a twohomecomers to RaNae story frame with Tishomingo this Vaughn five classrooms, an year can look back auditorium, and through the years Historically to 1908 when the Speaking office. One dormitory old Tishomingo was built at the High School had its beginning with Pro- time with another going fessor J. O. Looney as up shortly thereafter, but founder. The first build- it was not ready for occuing was a one-story frame pancy until the following building with only one year. The teachers who room which took care of the “learnin’” of the boys taught during this peand girls at that time. In riod were: J. O. Looney, 1913, however, the little Ruth Looney, Lolo Looframe building was blown ney, Luther Neal, Miss down by the storm which Annie Wren, Miss Mary swept through this part Jaco, Bill Arthur Owens, of the country. Tempo- Miss Rhoda Haney, Miss rary buildings, such as Pearl Reid, Miss Blanche churches were used for Wynn, Miss Tiny Strick-

land, and Edward E. Cohen. W. R. Nettles joins staff The Kaiser’s “supermen” were just warming up for the slaughters of World War I when Mr. W. R. Nettles joined the staff of the little Tishomingo Agricultural High School in 1915 after teaching agriculture and science for five years at Athens, Ala. After a start as teacher and farm-dormitory manager, he climbed to superintendent by 1918, and during the next 32 years, watched the enrollment grow from less than 100 to about 450 students as campus facilities increased. Nettles sees many changes

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Nettles has seen many changes, with the present Tishomingo Consolidated School consisting of a $100,000 high school on a 20-acre campus that includes a home economics building, vocational agriculture building and a home for the superintendent and agriculture instructor. There is also a Forest Grove Grammar School at the edge of Tishomingo and the new Carter’s Branch School (Negro), a $12,000 structure, under his supervision. The Negro school is eight miles east of the town. Each of the grammar schools has four acres of recreation grounds. The new high School as a 500-seat auditorium, a library, and will have a cafeteria when installations are finished. The first classes

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were held in the new brick building in November. Now with the school well under way, Mr. Nettles is ready to step down and let someone else take over the multitude of problems that fret the supervisor of a district covering 80 square miles. Had many honors Looking back through the years, the retiring supervisor has had a good many honors come his way. He’s served eight terms as president of the Tishomingo County Teachers Association. He also served two terms as head of the Northeast Mississippi Schoolmasters’ Club. He was a colonel on the staff of Governor Johnson and holds the same rank on the staff of Governor Wright. Now, in the year of his

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retirement, he is chairman of the Tishomingo County Election Commission, chairman of the county Democratic Executive Committee, and clerk for the mayor and Board of Aldermen at Tishomingo. These are nice tributes to him professionally and as a citizen, but veteran schoolmaster, both [illegible] he has one feather in his cap that leads all the rest — a medal presented by Congress with a scroll signed by President Truman for his six and one-half years of serving on draft and appeal boards during and after the war. (RaNae Vaughn is board member and in charge of marketing and publications for the Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 203, Iuka, MS 38852.)

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Northeast Mississippi Community College theatre department will present Elan Garonzik’s “Scenes and Revelations” as its spring production on Feb. 23-26 at the Hines Hall Auditorium on the Northeast Booneville campus. Garonzik’s production focuses on the four Longnecker sisters – Rebecca, Millie, Charlotte and Helena – as they look to move in another direction following the deaths of their parents. As the play opens in 1894 at the height of the American westward expansion, each is prepared to leave their farm in Lancaster, Pa., and birthplace and begin anew but are posed with different options on how to such as, “Should they sell the farm to a local farm hand who is looking to better himself?” “Should they marry their various suitors and move West?” or “Should they take the money that they have inherited from their British uncle and emigrate to join him overseas?” Under the direction of Northeast theatre director Christopher Schager, Northeast’s version of Garonzik’s play features the likes of (from left) Phillip Milner of Tupelo, Houng Pham of Corinth, Samantha Garrett of Baldwyn, Jordan Harrell of Iuka and Lilly Wallis of Corinth. Also joining the cast are Brad Skelton of Ripley and Jerry McCalphin of Burnsville. Curtain times for the production are at 7 p.m. Feb. 23-25 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26. Admission is $5 but free with a Northeast ID. For more information about the spring production or the Northeast theatre department, contact Schager at 662-7207172. IJE9AI CKJK7BÃ<KD:I 9EHFEH7J;Ã8ED:I JH;7IKHOÃI;9KH?J?;I =EL;HDC;DJÂIFEDIEH;: 7=;D9OÃI;9KH?J?;I

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died. Pet owner Nikki Hagaman, who volunteers at The Animal House pet store that also rescues animals, was not at home when the fire broke out. She said she had at least 77 pets. “I can’t say no,” she told The Cincinnati Enquirer. Authorities couldn’t say Friday the exact number of animals rescued but Harold Dates of SPCA Cincinnati put the number at just over 60. He said the animals were well cared for but a “little

shaken up.” He said they went to rescue groups, volunteers or friends. Hagaman told the media she believes a heat bulb used to keep her reptiles warm may have started the fire. Many of the rescued pets were taken to the pet store after the fire. Adam Charles and his wife of Colerain Township took in almost three dozen animals, including ferrets, guinea pigs, and rats. Charles told WCPOTV that the animals were adjusting to their new surroundings.

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Celebrations

Engagement

Planning a kid-friendly reception BY SUSAN COLLINSSMITH MSU Ag Communications

DeLauren Patterson, David “DJ” Sweeney

Patterson — Sweeney Miss DeLauren Patterson and Mr. David “DJ” Sweeney will exchange wedding vows at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Wheeler Grove Baptist Church in Corinth. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jeff and Mary Patterson and Stacey and DeAnna Carter. She is the granddaughter of Billy Jerry and Ann Martin and Ray and Judy Hughes of Corinth. The prospective bridegroom is the son of David and Tammy Sweeney of Marion, S.C. He is the grandson of Arthur Herman and the late Bessie Lucille Baker Smith; William and

Bethelyn Howe Jarvis; David Loring Sweeney; Kathy Nadeau; and Elizabeth Towle and the late Fred Towle. Miss Patterson is a 2009 graduate of Alcorn Central High School. She attended NEMCC and is now pursing a degree in business. Mr. Sweeney is 2007 graduate of Darlington High School in Darlington, S.C. He is a Spc. in the United States Army. After their honeymoon, the couple will reside in Fort Campbell, Ky. All friends and family are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception which follows.

Today in history Feb. 12, 1049   Bruno count of Egesheim & Dagsburg crowned Pope Leo IX

Feb. 12, 1111   German King Hendry V arrives at St Peter, Rome

Feb. 12, 1130   Pope Innocent II elected

Feb. 12, 1502   Granada Moslems forced to convert to Catholicism

Feb. 12, 1528   Treaty of Dordrecht between emperor & ecclesiastical power

turn of escaped slaves

Feb. 12, 1797   Haydn’s song “Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser,” premieres in Vienna

Feb. 12, 1818   Chile gains independence from Spain

Feb. 12, 1821   Mercantile Library of City of NY opens

Feb. 12, 1825   Creek Indian treaty signed. Tribal chiefs agree to turn over all their land in Georgia to the government & migrate west by Sept 1, 1826

Feb. 12, 1541   Santiago, Chile founded (or Feb 24)

Feb. 12, 1832   Ecuador annexes Gal pagos Islands

Feb. 12, 1577   Spanish land guardian Don Juan of Habsburg signs “Eternal Edict”

Feb. 12, 1839   Aroostock War: Boundary dispute between Maine & New Brunswick

Feb. 12, 1624   English parliament comes together

Feb. 12, 1840   Housatonic Railroad opens

Feb. 12, 1709   Alexander Selkirk, Scottish seaman is rescued after 4 plus years from Fernandez Island (inspiration for Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Crusoe”)

Feb. 12, 1763   John Casteret appointed British minister of foreign affairs

Feb. 12, 1772   Yves de Kerguelen of France discovers Kerguelen Archipelago, India

Feb. 12, 1850   Original Washington’s Farewell Address manuscript sells for $2,300

Feb. 12, 1861   State troops seize US munitions in Napoleon, AK

Feb. 12, 1865   Henry Highland Garnet, is 1st black to speak in US House of Reps

Feb. 12, 1870   Official proclamation sets April 15 as last day of grace for US silver coins to circulate in Canada

Feb. 12, 1873   Feb. 12, 1793   1st US fugitive slave law passed; requires re-

She and her team often recommend designating a special area or room for children and providing adult supervision in that area. “Providing games, crayons, puzzles and craft projects are some ways we suggest entertaining younger guests,” Simmons said. Passing out favors also may help entertain the smallest of guests. “Rather than mints or matches, candy is a good alternative for kids,” Russell said. “Even inexpensive toys are good choices. A princess crown or some plastic cars are often all it takes to occupy tiny hands and minds for hours on end — or at least until the wedding cake is cut.” Sit-down dinners can be a challenge. “Whether or not you provide a separate play area, consider dividing the dining area,” Russell said. “Create a special area -- or even a separate room -- for children. This will allow your

adult guests to enjoy the night with the comfort of knowing their children are right next door.” Make sure the menu includes kid-friendly fare. Good options are chicken strips, hot dogs, grilled cheese, hamburgers and pizza, Simmons said. Couples expecting very young children at their wedding should consider the time of day the wedding and other festivities will take place. “Even the sweetest child can change from Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde as bedtime approaches,” Russell said. “If you want to have young children at your wedding, it is best to hold the event well before bedtime.” Russell also offered one precaution to couples expecting older teens to be in attendance. “Instruct bartenders to ask for identification from the guests, particularly since some of the older children might appear to be adults,” Russell said.

Corinth Elementary 3rd six weeks honor roll 1st Grade All A’s: Clarence Ayers, Lauren Beech, Mary Ashley Biggs, Jake Brawner, Kylee Brooks, Molly Burch, Samuel Curtis, Maggie Green, Catherine Grisham, Audrey Henderson, Anna Hudson, Ethan Huff, Macy Ivy, Carson Kiddy, Trinity Kirven, Diana Magee, Graceson Martin, Samantha Matthews, Emily McDuffy, Cage Mills, Benjamin Nuttall, Will Owens, Pierce Peterson, Brooks Pratt, Sadie Rhea, Haley Russell, Will Senf, Ali Smith, Elysse Smith, Ethan Smith, Jaylon Stackins, Autumn Stricklen, Ava Tidwell, Mason Tucker, Preston Turner, Ansley Tyson, Greg Villaflor, Ashlon Walker, Kaylee Westbrook, Drew Williams, Cannon Wilson A’s & B’s: Emily Avant, Anna Bell, Tahja Bell, Sophie Bonds, Blake Briggs, Cole Brooks, Angelia Brown, Alivia Bullock, Bella Byrd, Thomas Camp, Nayelley Castillo, Caroline Chandler, Elijah Chill, Collin Clifton, Michael Crosby, Hayes Crozier, Yasmine Cuff, Jay Cummings, Roberto Damian, Keyderiana Davis, Sam Dilworth, James Dotson, Jamya Elliott, Caleb Frambo, Jack Riley Gibson, Sergio Gonzales, Eli Gramling, Anna Greene, Alisha Grimes, Dakota Grimes, Aleasha Harris, Icsis Harris, Jakeb Harvell, Will Harvell, Fantasia Holbert, Cole Kendrick, Marissa Kimble, Blessin Kirksey, Brodie Lafever, Jeqreius Larry, Jaxson Laster, Parker Legoff, Carter Lewis, Tyasia McGee, Tywaun McLeanan, Aidan Mize, Nolan Mocny, Will Nuckolls, Darbie Oaks, John Parker, Jessica Ramirez, Bo Rencher, Maris Richardson, Tiyonia

Rogers, Maura Faith Rorie, Cole Shelley, Kaliyah Smith, Jonathan Soward, Kelsey Sparks, Carley Starling, Jess Stephens, Aly Thomas, John Toles, Aden Usener, Brooklyn Vandiver, Jahadius Walker, Brooklyn Watson, Blake Whitney, Drake Williams, Jakhiya Williams, Caden Wright

2nd Grade All A’s: Mary Liddon, Archie, Tyson Behel, Christen Brown, Callie Burns, Jada Butler, Sydney Camp, Bennett Cloud, Allie Katherine Cornelius, George Davis, Chase Drewery, Kadin Dunn, Diana Garcia, Erika Hart, Reagan Houston, Carter Howard, Sariah Hoyle, Jay Huggins, Josiah Jordan, Jackson Lothenore, Carlee McCarter, Belle Mitchell, Luke Mitchell, Colton Mowdy, Ayanna Norman, Sean O’ Connell, Tiffany Nhek, Samuel Norman, Brandon Ramos, Alex Rose, Morgan Sanders, Salecia Shepherd, Cate Rivers Shipp, Andrew Shirley, Aubrey Swanson, Sam Taylor, Luke Tucker, Megan Waitman, Chandler Washburn, Carson Weeks, Tinley Wharton, Crista Wilson A’s & B’s: Andre Adams, Asia Anderson, Bernardo Arellano, Andrew Ayala, Chiara Ayers, Bearen Barnett, Jordan Biggs, Zia Campbell, Owen Cox, Aubrey Davis, Robert Draper, Keaylie Dunn, Hallie Edwards, Hank Fiveash, Katie Beth Fulghum, Destiny Gomez, Chase Hopkins, Anna Johnson, Hayden Kossick, Lucy Laher, Rosalyn Lindsey, Penn Majors, Reese Manning, Zyonn Mayes, Denim McDonald, Aidan Mills, Brooklyn Mills, Ella Mills, Johnna Mills, Jaden Parker, Julian Prather, Janari Pritchard, Desirae

Pugh, Scott Quinnelly, Emma Reiselt, Mason Robbins, Hayes Rutledge, Diego Sanchez, Kentayvious Sheffield, Cameron Smith, Lacie Snyder, Koda Strickland, Zach Summers, Jack Taylor, Abby Usener, Jaleah Walker, Kennadi Walker, Jessilyn Wall, Dakaya Weathersby, Jacob Willett, Dakeldric Williams, Perry Williams

3rd Grade All A’s: Cayden Betts, Guy Carpenter, Frank Archer Davis, Nate Drewry, Patrick Gardecki, Jordan Gates, Luke Hill, Ciana Kirven, Marley Mills, Molly Jane Moore, Briant Nhek, Ely Null, Sofia Ortega, Spencer Owens, Brandon Pham, Dominick Singleton, Ashley Sparks, Madison Studdard, Trent Tidwell, Tyson Tidwell, Javia Williams, Mimi Williams A’s & B’s: Jayden Adams, Sydney Baldos, Damon Brown, Tucker Brown, Riley Budny, A. J. Burns, Emir Carranza, Anna Claire Chappelle, Cole Clark, Kayla Corbin, Will Crawford, Santanna Crump, John Robert Davis, Kimberly Duncan, Taylor Eldridge, Corrine Fowler, Jennifer Garcia, Marlie Gowen, Madison Grantham, Alex Grosinske, Jordan Haddock, Keylin Hardin, Ahmoni Harris, Emily Harvill, Daequan Heavens, Shuan Heavens, Tucker Huggins, Dalton Hurley, Clayton Jacobs, Hanna Jefcoat, Jacob Jourdan, Michayla Lancaster, Frank Laher, Jack Laher, Yin Li, Hanna Lowrey, Cierra Magee, Presley Marshall, Adam McClamroch, Hope Mercier, Brayden Mills, Jordan Mize, Charlie Mooney, Jakub Newcomb, Tyler Parker, Dhruv Patel, Avante Pridgett, Luis Rosales, Will

Taylor, Seth Thompson, Alden Tomlinson, Leyla Truong, Will Verdung, Kelsi Watkins, Clay Williams, Melodie Wilson, Kito Windom

4th Grade All A’s: Kate Bailey, Kedria Beene, Carter Bonds, Olivia Bonds, Davis Brawner, Sarah Kate Burns, Cyaries Corbin, Grace Ann Davis, Melanie Dunn, Bailey Fortune, Caroline Grisham, Rachel Hayes, Addyson Jarnigan, Olivia Knight, Paola Leon, Dante Michaels, Brookes Anne Milligan, Julia Mocny, Lindsey Potts, Sarah Catherine O’Connell, Andrew Pittman, Ally Roberts, Carson Sitton, Payne Sleeper, McCartney Smith, Paige Snyder, Alexander Watkins, Saili Weeden, Emma Williams A’s & B’s: Alycia Belotti, Sarah Bickert, Drew Brown, Jada Burdine, Breanna Campbell, Monica Carreon, Isaiah Cobbs, Sophie Cornelius, Christina Cortez, Adaysha Cummings, Sheridian Curlee, Paige Davis, Tripp Doran, Victor Espinosa, D’Kyndric Gaines, Emily Gant, Nolan Grady, Meyon Green, Allison Greene, Jaquan Green, Avery Haddock, Bennett Harwood, Jasmine Heavens, Elijah Hill, Shelby Hubbard, Mollie Hyneman, Blake Knippers, Marguerite Little, Lesley Lopez, Mattie McGrath, Dalton McMeans, Katelyn Messer, John Ellis Murrah, Nathen Nunley, Joel Parker, Hali Prather, Riley Robbins, Taylor Robinson, Abrielle Rogers, Tiara Selmon, Jermia Sonnenbaum, Clint Vanderford, Tristan Vandiver, John Voyles, Collin Walker, Erin Whitmore, Nakya Williams, Emme Wood

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Feb. 12, 1762   English fleet occupies Martinique

MISSISSIPPI STATE — While wedding receptions are intended to be a time of celebration for just-married couples, the event might not be so enjoyable for younger guests. Jennifer Russell, Leflore County child and family area agent with Mississippi State University Extension Service, suggested offering kidfriendly activities and accommodations at the reception. When planning the reception, consider how many children will be in attendance and the ages of the children. “For an active group of little ones, consider creating a game area,” Russell said. “Rent or borrow table tennis or air hockey tables, a basketball goal, hula hoops, jump ropes, or a putt-putt golf machine. If the wedding venue is a hotel or country club, they may have all the equipment needed at no additional cost.” For preteens and teens,

a wedding reception could be even less enjoyable. “If you have lots of teens attending, you could create a coffee-free café,” Russell said. “Set up the area with tables and chairs, sodas, a variety of herbal teas and designer water, international newspapers and magazines, and some vintage board games. “Have music playing -cool music -- and assign one member of your wait staff to man the café,” she said. Giving children a separate area during the celebration is something Deborah Simmons, owner of Signature Occasions Wedding and Event Planners in Jackson, recommends. “Couples who are expecting children at their wedding want to make sure they have a good time and are entertained,” Simmons said. “Making arrangements for the children allows the parents to enjoy the celebration, too, without worry.”

Ballet “Faust” premieres, Milan

Feb. 12, 1733   Georgia founded by James Oglethorpe, at site of Savannah

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Congress abolishes bimetallism & authorizes $1 & $3 gold coins

Chatty boss disruptive to workflow DEAR ABBY: My boss, “Ms. M.,” knows her stuff. She’s supportive, flexible and communicates well about what’s happening within the organization. However, she spends most of her time in my cubicle. She’ll start out in her office and, 15 minutes later, slide into my cubicle to show me her kids’ latest photos or insist my colleagues and I watch YouTube videos of her favorite entertainers. This happens continually throughout the day. I have to work from home in the evenings to get anything done. I have

actually used vacation time so I could finish a project Abigail w i t h o u t Van Buren Ms. M.’s constant Dear Abby interruptions. I thought it was just me until I got sick last year and was out for several days. I got “hate” email from my colleagues because the boss was spending all her time in their cubicles! Meanwhile, contracts don’t get finalized, dead-

lines are missed, phone calls go unanswered and complaints pile up. When she gets heat from higher-ups, she’ll work on the weekend to make things right. Then on Monday morning she’ll call a staff meeting that lasts over an hour, and we must listen to her sour complaints and more YouTube videos from the weekend. It’s maddening. Ms. M. is like a female Nero fiddling while the department burns. I want to do my job during working hours. Any suggestions? -- TREADING WATER IN OHIO

DEAR TREADING WATER: Because there is safety in numbers, everyone in the department who is affected by this problem should discuss it as a group with Ms. M’s supervisor or boss. It appears Ms. M. is confusing her working relationships with those that are personal. (Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.)


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Michael Rapaport picks favorite music docs BY CHRISTY LEMIRE Associated Press

  LOS ANGELES — Michael Rapaport clearly loves music. It’s evident in every moment of his documentary, “Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest,” the actor’s directing debut about the influential hip-hop group. The film includes the rift that divided the Tribe as well as the tensions that linger today, but a deep admiration for the music itself shines through. So with the Grammy Awards on Sunday, where “Beats, Rhymes & Life” is nominated for best long form music video, we asked Rapaport to take over the Five Most space to pick his favorite music documentaries. (The film, which came out theatrically last summer, also

won top documentary honors from the Producers Guild of America this year.) But since he’s so enthusiastic — and was so nice to join us this week — we let him pick six, in order of preference and in his own words: ■ “Gimme Shelter” (1970): The Rolling Stones in their prime. Directed by the Maysles Brothers, this is musically incredible. You get to see the Stones being rock stars that don’t exist anymore, and just as important, you see them as vulnerable and as stunned as the audience who witness the shocking events at the overbooked and underplanned Northern California concert that goes really, really wrong. Look for the cameo by a Hells Angels dude wearing a wolf mask.

■ “Soul Power” (2008): The concert film that was the backdrop for Muhammad Ali’s “Rumble in the Jungle” against George Foreman. James Brown, Bill Withers, The Spinners and many more perform in the African heat. The sweat pouring off everybody involved should’ve gotten its own listing in the credit sequence. Ali is so excited when all of the musicians are listed, he’s enjoying the show as much as the fans are. I really can’t push or recommend this film harder. It’s my favorite straight-up concert film. ■ “I Am Trying to Break Your Heart” (2002): I wasn’t a fan nor had I ever heard of Wilco before watching this film and I love it. The cinematography — shot in blackand-white film by director

Sam Jones, who’s bestknown as a photographer — is so lush and so beautiful, you can literally watch this film on mute and you will enjoy it. The realtime story and conflict that takes place between Wilco and the record label and themselves was a big inspiration in making my film “Beats, Rhymes & Life.” Watching the construction of their album “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot” right before your eyes will make any viewer a fan of the band. ■ “Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser” (1988): This is my favorite jazz film. Watching Thelonious Monk spin around on stage in the opening performance is a scene I will always remember seeing for the first time. Every moment of this film is shot in deep

black and white and jazzy color. Thelonious Monk has so much style and is such a unique personality. Hearing his son walk you through his dad’s mental breakdown is devastating at times. Watching Monk in the studio recording take after take live is like eating the best sushi meal of your life. And I have a secret to reveal: I’d bet my house that Monk’s funky and at times hardto-understand dialect was the inspiration for Benecio Del Toro’s character in “The Usual Suspects.” ■ “Style Wars” (1984): This may not be considered a straight music doc, but for me it’s the ultimate hip-hop film. It’s shot in the 1970s in NYC and articulates all four elements of hip-hop: MCing, DJing, graffiti and B-Boying during the culture’s youth,

straight from the Boogie Down Bronx. Everything about this film is perfect and it also inspired me on “Beats, Rhymes & Life” as it takes on a real-time story line while walking you through the history of hip-hop during its purest time. ■ “Buena Vista Social Club” (1999): This is a beautiful film about Ry Cooder’s making of the album. He rediscovers and actually forms a crew of 50-, 60- and some 70-year-old Cuban jazz artists and they made the Grammy Award-winning classic album. Watching these artists go from complete obscurity to performing in New York City at Carnegie Hall to this day reminds me to always be humble and never take any success for granted.

Clemons’ nephew to play saxophone on Springsteen tour BY KILEY ARMSTRONG Associated Press

NEW YORK — It takes two men to replace The Big Man. Bruce Springsteen announced Thursday that two musicians — Jersey Shore sidekick Eddie Manion and Clarence Clemons’ nephew Jake — will “share the saxophone role” during the E Street Band’s “Wrecking Ball” world tour, which begins March 18 in Atlanta. The new “Wrecking Ball” album, which will be released March 6, is Springsteen’s 17th, and the first since the sudden death of the E Street Band’s saxophonist last summer. The long-awaited, and much-speculated-upon,

sax decision also included news that singers Cindy Mizelle and Curtis King, trombonist Clark Gayton and trumpeter Curt Ramm will tour with E Street, along with newcomer Barry Danielian on trumpet. Jake Clemons, son of a former Marine Corps band director, began performing with his family as a child, and his career was championed by his famous uncle. Eddie “Kingfish” Manion is a longtime saxophonist with Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, a group that has cross-pollinated for decades with Springsteen and E Street. He was with the horn section during Springsteen’s Tun-

nel of Love tour in 1988, and also played with the Seeger Sessions Band, along with Ramm and Gayton. Manion recently told New Jersey’s Star-Ledger that he had sometimes been urged to “just sound like Clarence Clemons. ... But you couldn’t. Nobody could sound like that. He had a sound of his own, and that’s what made him great.” The decision on how to fill the Big Man’s largerthan-life role in the E Street Band was not an easy one. The personal and professional aftershocks from the devastating June 18 loss have not subsided. His sax was a pillar of the E Street sound; Clemons also was

Horoscopes Sunday, February 12, 2012 BY HOLIDAY MATHIS Creators Syndicate

The mood starts out light and busy and then gets more serious as the moon moves from Libra into Scorpio. Mercury and Saturn are lining up to bring greater ease to some of the weightier day-to-day issues. As the messenger planet travels Aquarius, many problems have a technological fix that is actually simple and inexpensive -- really! ARIES (March 21-April 19). The pendulum swings between the mundane and madness. You appreciate each tone more because the other one exists. The varied pace keeps you on your toes. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You are firing on all cylinders today, and you are primed to make excellent choices. You will act as though you thought things through and think as though you were in action. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Most people are likely to choose the road they know, perceiving it to be the safest route. Just because it’s right in front of you doesn’t make it the best choice. Go out of your way to find the best option. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Get the inside story. Seek knowledge over information. Better to learn how to learn than assemble to be given answers that will only work for you in a particular circumstance. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’re in just the fighting mood to break records and push through barriers. In order to break through to the realm of the extraordinary, you have to require yourself to do things that can’t be done.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). A developmental process is beginning. In much the same way that children show early signs of the adults they will turn into, you are showing signs of the person you will be in but three short months. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Because you value humor, you’ll love the odd scenarios that drop into your world. The day will be a series of interesting and entertaining events, strange little tests and funny problems to solve. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). When a loved one isn’t giving you the kind of attention you want, it may lead you to wonder whether you are giving your loved one the kind of attention he or she would prefer. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Being the sign of expansion, you sometimes equate moderation with boredom. But now you’ll see how a little restraint can bring you great contentment. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You’ll be alert to the feelings and moods of those around you. Do not, however, change your whole schedule to accommodate others. Doing so will only start a trend that you will not enjoy later down the line. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). There is no sense in worrying about what you cannot control. Also, the things that (SET ITAL) might (END ITAL) happen are not worthy of your energetic investment. Concentrate on what’s actually going on right now. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You’ll be like a human buffer as you attempt to protect people from news that might bring down the mood or from details that may cause unnecessary worry. You’ll be quite successful in this, too.

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the band’s spiritual center. His comrades have struggled through the healing process, offstage and on. Last July, E Street’s Steven Van Zandt joined Southside Johnny Lyon and his Jukes for an outdoor musical tribute to Clemons in Asbury Park, N.J. Instead of a moment of silence, the mayor led the crowd in a moment of noise in the Big Man’s memory. Manion poured his heart into Clemons’ most famous solo, “Jungleland.” E Street’s equally broken-hearted Nils Lofgren dedicated his album “Old School” to Clemons, and has included references to him in live performances

of “Miss You Ray,” a song originally written about Ray Charles. The selection of a Southside stalwart for the tour doesn’t come as a total surprise. Lyon recently let it slip to an interviewer that Springsteen was “stealing” some of his famously big brass section. But in interviews that followed, Van Zandt sidestepped the subject, suggesting there was no done deal yet. In the interim, various solutions were employed to make music without the Big Man. On July 16, making his first public performance since the loss, Springsteen appeared at an Asbury Park tribute with Clemons crony J.T. Bow-

en and the Sensational Soul Cruisers, singing an old E Street song “Action in the Streets” with a band that included sax players Steve Barlotta and Joey Stann. In November, Springsteen did a concert in Pittsburgh with longtime collaborator Joe Grushecky and his Houserockers band. “We don’t have horns, but we’ll give this one a shot,” he said before launching into an E Street show standard “Waitin’ on a Sunny Day.” During Springsteen’s glorious Jan. 14 Light of Day benefit performance in Asbury Park, guitars bridged what would have been Clemons’ solo during the E Street standard “The Promised Land.”


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Report from County Engineer.

63.

Approval of Contract with Kenneth P. Geno, Jr. – State Aid County Engineer.

64.

Approval of Contract with Kenneth P. Geno, Jr. – State Aid Local System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation (LSBP) Engineer.

65.

Approval of Contract with Kenneth P. Geno, Jr. – Contract Covering Payment from State Aid Funds for Sampling and Testing Services Performed on State Aid Projects.

66.

Approval of Requisition #4, December, 2011 – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility Project.

67.

Authorization for Transfer from Regional Correctional Facility to Detention Center for Meals – Paul Rhodes.

68.

Training and CEU Authorization – Lonnie Haynie and Jory Treece – Certified Landfill Rubbish Operator – January 25-26, 2012.

69.

Request for Payment – Newcomb Engineering Co. Invoices – Paul Rhoads.

70.

MWL Architects – Letter dated January 9, 2012, re: Release of Remaining Retainage to Flintco - $46,494.49.

20. Mississippi Development Authority – Wage Determination – CDBG Project #08-002EM-01

71.

Salary Increase for Lee Benjamin, Eddie Clark and Ricky Joe Clark.

21.

Notification from Greg Younger – Destruction of Old Aircraft Registration Decals

72.

22.

Receipt of Letter from Camp & Camp, PLLC

Alcorn County Justice Center Courtroom Dress Code and Rules – Steve Little.

73.

Report of Ricky Gibens – Storm Shelter Project.

74.

Travel Authorization – Ricky Gibens – Legislative Meeting for Fire Coordinators – January 19, 2012 in Jackson, MS.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS JANUARY 2012

1.

Election of President of the Board

2.

Election of Vice-President of the Board

3.

Selection of Board Attorney

4.

Selection of County Engineer

5.

Authorization to Hire Greg Younger as Deputy – Tax Collector’s Office

6.

Approval of Minutes of December 19, 2011

7. Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through January 3, 2012 (December 19, 2011 – January 3, 2012) 8.

Approve Bonds and Oaths of Office of all Newly Elected and Appointed Officials

9.

Reappointment of County Administrator – Bobby Marolt

10.

Receipt of Letter of Resignation of Alcorn County Public Defender – Nicholas Bain

11.

Appoint Public Defender – Tyler Moss

12.

Reappointment of Public Defender – Jeremy Blaylock

13.

Reappointment of Emergency Management Coordinator – Ricky Gibens

14.

Reappointment of Purchase Clerk – Paul Rhodes

15.

Reappointment of Receiving Clerk – Carolyn James

16.

Reappointment of Inventory Control Clerk – Bobby Marolt

17. Reappointment of Assistant Receiving Clerks – 1 st District, Anthony Hutcheson; 3 rd District, Eddie Clark; 4th District, Leroy Marlar; 5th District, Anecia Miles and Justin Fiveash 18.

Assessment Changes

19.

Travel Authorization – Mid-Winter Conference – Supervisors, Board Attorney, County Engineer and Chancery Clerk – Jackson, MS – January 9-12, 2012

23. Mississippi State Department of Health Institutional Services – Inspection Report – Alcorn County CSWP 24. Mississippi State Department of Health Institutional Services – Inspection Report – Alcorn County Regional Jail

25.

Authorization to Pay Invoice – Price & Krohn, LLP – General Matters

75.

Addition of Bobby Marolt to County’s Lockbox at SouthBank.

26.

Certificate of Insurance – Jefcoat Fence Co., Inc.

76.

Request for Executive Session – Ricky Gibens.

27.

Observance of January 16, 2012 – Martin Luther King’s Birthday and Robert E. Lee’s Birthday

77.

Alcorn County Emergency Management Property – Ricky Gibens.

28.

Authorization to Declare Asset No. 1903 (Intellifax 1270) as Salvage Property and Delete from Inventory

78.

Receipt of Letter of Thanks from Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann.

29.

Report from Juvenile Detention Center – Shelly Hopkins

30.

Report from Sheriff

31.

Report from County Engineer

32.

Report from Purchase Clerk

33.

Authorization to Hire Jimmy Wilhite – 4 th District Road Crew

34.

Approval of Minutes of January 3, 2012.

35.

Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through January 17, 2012 (January 3, 2012 – January 17, 2012.

36.

Presentation from Lance Cline with NaturChem.

37.

Larry Ross – Tax Collector.

38.

Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District – County Road 218.

39.

Request from District Attorney – Trent Kelly – Salary Supplement for District Attorney.

40.

Request from District Attorney – Trent Kelly – Salary Supplement for Assistant District Attorney Richard Bowen.

41.

Request from District Attorney – Trent Kelly – Administrative Assistant Position.

42.

Bid Opening – Certificate of Deposit.

43.

Oath of Office - Jimmy McGee.

44.

Appointment of Assistant Receiving Clerk – 2 nd District.

45.

Assessment Changes.

46.

Travel Authorization – Roger Voyles – Mississippi Constables Association Quarterly Board Meeting – January 20, 2012 in Jackson, MS.

47.

Delinquent Tax Settlement – December, 2011.

48.

Tax Settlement – December, 2011.

49.

Reappointment of Ricky Gibens – Fire Coordinator, Solid Waste Enforcement Officer and Homeland Security Director of Alcorn County.

50.

Notification from Department of Revenue – Reinstate Homestead

Exemption – Mary McKee and David McKee. 51.

AT&T Permit Application for Use and Occupancy Agreement for the Construction or Adjustment of a Utility Within County Road Right-of-Way – CR 200.

52.

Mississippi State Department of Health – Receipt of Executed Grant Application for FY 2012 Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund - $19,482.

53.

Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens & Cannada, PLLC, re: Continuing Disclosure Agreement.

54.

Notification from Office of the Governor – Approval from Mississippi Development Authority of the Application for Emergency Public Facilities Funds through Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) – CR 218 – Contingent upon Environmental Clearance.

55.

Mississippi Court Collections, Inc. – Justice Court, re: Renewal Contract, re: Collections Report – 10/10/07 – 11/01/11.

56.

Notification from Northeast MS Planning and Development District, re: Appointments to Board of Directors.

57.

Northeast MS Planning and Development District, re: Reappointment of Bobby Roberts to Loan Review Committee.

58.

Notification from Mississippi Development Authority – CSD Instruction #12-001 – Due Dates for Close-out Packages, Audits, Water Viability Reports and Upcoming Applications for the CDBG

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 808 ALLIANCE COLLECTION 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 809 JEREMY BLAYLOCK 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 809 JEREMY BLAYLOCK 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 810 TOWER LOANS 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 811 TOM SWEAT 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 812 DR. MAZURKEWICZ 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 813 MS COURT COLLECTIONS 388.88 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 822 CITY OF CORINTH 9154.05 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 823 ALCORN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION 8229.07 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 951 ALCORN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION 4997.30 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 952 CITY OF CORINTH 5559.00 Department Total 28538.30 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 876 TIM MITCHELL 682.01 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 877 LOWELL HINTON 294.38 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 878 DAL NELMS 231.05 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 879 HILTON HOTEL & RESORT 327.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1088.30 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 519.27 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 121.44 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 43.90 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 17.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 939 TIM MITCHELL 248.25 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 940 JIMMY TATE WALDON 93.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 941 LOWELL HINTON 93.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 942 DAL NELMS 286.20 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 946 BILL DAVIS 142.14 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 950 GARY ROSS 251.06 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.67 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1523.61 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 728.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.26 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1866.76 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.15 Department Total 32244.65 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 832 ARCHIVES BINDERY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 842 OFFICEPRO, INC. 37.96 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 871 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 110.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5045.72 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 784.68 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 753.86 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 353.95 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 82.78 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.54 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 910 RAYCO, INC. 27.18 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 910 RAYCO, INC. 41.32 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 915 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 20.50 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 915 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 3.80 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.78 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 64.30 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 29.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 123.10 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 59.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 4.08 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.78 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.85 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 21.79 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 32.29 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.78 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 22.29 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 943 BOBBY MAROLT 128.06 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6054.86 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 941.62 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 120.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 441.66 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1250.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 300.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1371.64 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 649.91 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 152.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1722.95 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.14 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.37 Department Total 23894.10

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CONTINUED FROM 3B GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY 768.92 GENERAL COUNTY 265.33 GENERAL COUNTY 357.97 GENERAL COUNTY 1452.56 GENERAL COUNTY 398.31 GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY 146.25 GENERAL COUNTY 2609.18 GENERAL COUNTY 617.34 GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY

CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1240.00 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 160.33 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 71.97 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.83 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.80 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 905 THE PHONE BOOTH 2078.90 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 919 BANC OF AMERICA LEASING 223.04 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 919 BANC OF AMERICA LEASING 1.96 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 21.99 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1488.00 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5000.00 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 766.67 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 400.00 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 989.75 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 469.39 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 109.79 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 409.42 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.88 CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.04 Department Total 13732.32 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 255.16 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.65 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.75 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.68 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 255.16 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.65 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.75 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.68 TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 Department Total 5093.56 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 801 N.A.D.A. APPRAISAL GUIDES 137.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 801 N.A.D.A. APPRAISAL GUIDES TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 802 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 57.80 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 802 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 4.95 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 836 HASLER, INC 90.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 866 HASLER, INC 950.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6105.90 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 761.39 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 357.66 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 83.64 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.85 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 910 RAYCO, INC. 30.32 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 916 THE WATER MAN 18.25 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 917 VENTURE TECHNOLOGIES 59.95 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 925 GREAT AMERICA LEASING CORP 230.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 925 GREAT AMERICA LEASING CORP 57.49 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 925 GREAT AMERICA LEASING CORP 117.30 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 929 DE LAGE LANDEN 233.74 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 26.05 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 52.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 958 HASLER, INC 2066.43 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 963 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 190.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 963 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 190.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5333.34 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12197.00 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2232.91 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1061.16 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 248.16 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2666.80 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.78 TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.30 Department Total 37252.53 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 1500.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 1139.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 569.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 793 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 100.00 Department Total 4008.00 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 807 PRICE & KROHN LLP 44.24 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1879.73 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 243.05 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.54 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.26 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1879.73 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 243.05 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.54 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.26 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 Department Total 5133.32 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2232.00 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 568.58 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 267.13 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 62.47 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 21.55 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 13.98 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 57.32 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 79.98 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 13.39 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 3.58 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2678.40 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 626.30 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 294.81 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 68.94 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.78 Department Total 12954.23 INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.33 INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 172.40 INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 82.57 INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.31 INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 143.81 INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.01 Department Total 1752.43 LAW CLERKS SUPPLEMENTAL SALARY 859 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 96.00 Department Total 96.00 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 795 COMCAST CABLE 252.22 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 798 VERIZON WIRELESS 68.48 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 803 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

803 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

803 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

803 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

803 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

830 830 834 834 834 834 834 834 834 860 872 872 872 875

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

875 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

875 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

894 895 895 895 895 896 896 896 896 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 897 898

HANDY MAN RENTALS 12.50 HANDY MAN RENTALS 38.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 31.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 168.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 312.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 32.97 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 40.08 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 14.23 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.76 MAGIC TOUCH JANITORIAL SERVICE 599.00 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 446.74 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 510.09 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 284.00 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

AT&T LONG DISTANCE SERVICES 7.96 AT&T 2351.67 AT&T 55.48 AT&T 43.50 AT&T 85.48 AT&T 103.22 AT&T 3.98 AT&T 11.26 AT&T 44.77 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1220.80 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 157.85 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 75.69 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 17.70 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.10 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 139.86 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 30.00

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MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

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CORINTH COLOR CENTER 25.90 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 32.95 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 27.40 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 9.58 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 52.90 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 5.18 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 51.80 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 5.50 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 23.95 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 7.69 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 8.58 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 24.00 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 3.99 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 90.00 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 11.64 ORKIN PEST CONTROL 49.35 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 13.75 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 28.41 M & M ENTERPRISE 14.00 RED BUD SUPPLY, INC 71.50 RED BUD SUPPLY, INC 6.91 THE RECOVERY ROOM, INC 175.00 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 41.40 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 45.00 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 44.82 BRIGGS, INC. 444.35 BRIGGS, INC. 31.80 BRIGGS, INC. 51.90 BRIGGS, INC. 158.85 BRIGGS, INC. 148.65 BRIGGS, INC. 51.25 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 10.27 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 45.20 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 44.38 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 35.42 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 40.36 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 4.67 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 103.80 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 1.17 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 5.49 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 19.98 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 10.99 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE .89 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

949 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

949 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

955 956 956 956 956 956 956 956 956 961

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

961 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

961 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

962 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 675.89 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 38.90 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 93.12 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 106.51 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 64.10 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 39.17 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 49.80 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 238.20 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 351.29 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1464.96 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 189.42 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 90.83 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 21.24 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.32 Department Total 23488.49 DATA PROCESSING 847 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 375.00 DATA PROCESSING 853 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 428.09 DATA PROCESSING 853 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 16.16 DATA PROCESSING 856 PREMISE, INC. 1500.00 DATA PROCESSING 856 PREMISE, INC. 423.00 DATA PROCESSING 858 LOCKBOX IBM #643600 1865.92 DATA PROCESSING 858 LOCKBOX IBM #643600 224.58 DATA PROCESSING 863 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 190.00 DATA PROCESSING 863 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 110.00 DATA PROCESSING 864 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 260.00 DATA PROCESSING 864 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 220.00 DATA PROCESSING 864 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 220.00 DATA PROCESSING 865 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 1000.00 DATA PROCESSING 865 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 70.00 DATA PROCESSING 874 COMCAST CABLE 136.95 Department Total 7039.70 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 827 CABOT LODGE - MILLSAPS 77.00 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 845 VETERANS SERVICE CENTER 125.00 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 882 PAT RAY 35.00 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1380.00 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 907.50 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 240.49 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 139.77 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 32.69 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.27 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 928 LEAF 251.48 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 938 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 15.28 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 938 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 45.00 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1732.50 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1054.00 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 296.42 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.70 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 39.92 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.77 Department Total 7104.91 CHANCERY COURT 817 RAMONA M ROBERTS 204.00 CHANCERY COURT 818 PAMELA DALLAS 214.20 CHANCERY COURT 867 RAMONA M ROBERTS 51.00 CHANCERY COURT 892 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 3806.50 CHANCERY COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 50.60 CHANCERY COURT 945 RAMONA M ROBERTS 102.00 CHANCERY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 880.00 CHANCERY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 54.56 CHANCERY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.76 CHANCERY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 203.89 CHANCERY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.43 Department Total 5580.94 CIRCUIT COURT 820 LINDA WHITE 391.68 CIRCUIT COURT 825 LEE COUNTY 32.80 CIRCUIT COURT 837 DE LAGE LANDEN 200.26 CIRCUIT COURT 842 OFFICEPRO, INC. 168.56 CIRCUIT COURT 842 OFFICEPRO, INC. 13.89 CIRCUIT COURT 842 OFFICEPRO, INC. 250.19 CIRCUIT COURT 884 CLAY S. NAILS 1800.00 CIRCUIT COURT 885 LEE COUNTY 1233.93 CIRCUIT COURT 892 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 5624.02 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1344.75 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 173.88 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 81.32 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.02 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 CIRCUIT COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.56 CIRCUIT COURT 916 THE WATER MAN 29.00 CIRCUIT COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4595.36 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4958.34 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 110.00 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13783.87 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3017.54 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1443.84 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 337.67 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1677.94 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.81 CIRCUIT COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.01 Department Total 41661.40 JUVENILE COURT 800 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW JUVENILE COURT 800 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 100.00 JUVENILE COURT 800 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 JUVENILE COURT 800 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 JUVENILE COURT 800 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 JUVENILE COURT 800 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 JUVENILE COURT 816 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA JUVENILE COURT 816 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA JUVENILE COURT 816 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA JUVENILE COURT 816 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA JUVENILE COURT 816 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 300.00 JUVENILE COURT 861 TRENT L SPENCER 125.00 JUVENILE COURT 891 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW JUVENILE COURT 891 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 100.00 JUVENILE COURT 891 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 100.00 JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 432.00 JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.86 JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.33

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JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.15 JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 43.07 JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .30 JUVENILE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.12 JUVENILE COURT 908 K-MART 24.99 JUVENILE COURT 916 THE WATER MAN 18.25 JUVENILE COURT 922 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 178.20 JUVENILE COURT 922 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 26.57 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 220.00 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1375.00 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 205.72 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 111.49 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.07 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 605.53 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.26 JUVENILE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.89 Department Total 4610.80 LUNACY COURT 806 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 LUNACY COURT 806 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 LUNACY COURT 806 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 LUNACY COURT 806 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 LUNACY COURT 806 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 LUNACY COURT 826 BOBBY MAROLT 1125.00 LUNACY COURT 826 BOBBY MAROLT LUNACY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 458.34 LUNACY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.42 LUNACY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.65 LUNACY COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.29 Department Total 2120.70 JUSTICE COURT 829 PITNEY BOWES INC 59.49 JUSTICE COURT 888 PITNEY BOWES 164.00 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1683.34 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3998.35 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 734.65 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 343.93 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 80.43 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 JUSTICE COURT 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.39 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 140.00 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 199.96 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.95 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 73.49 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 69.04 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 7.99 JUSTICE COURT 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 JUSTICE COURT 948 PURCHASE POWER 1019.99 JUSTICE COURT 954 AT&T MOBILITY 33.80 JUSTICE COURT 954 AT&T MOBILITY 99.30 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3392.74 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4714.30 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 827.21 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 494.30 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 115.59 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 JUSTICE COURT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.53 Department Total 21067.97 CORONER AND RANGER 799 JOSH HODUM 100.00 CORONER AND RANGER 799 JOSH HODUM 139.41 CORONER AND RANGER 854 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 632.98 CORONER AND RANGER 854 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 74.74 CORONER AND RANGER 930 CRESCENT SALES 2448.29 CORONER AND RANGER 930 CRESCENT SALES 100.00 CORONER AND RANGER 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 60.01 CORONER AND RANGER 944 AT&T MOBILITY 146.27 CORONER AND RANGER 954 AT&T MOBILITY 119.79 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 900.00 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3125.00 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 520.43 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 247.72 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 57.93 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 CORONER AND RANGER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.98 Department Total 9233.41 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 691.67 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 500.00 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7183.34 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1082.89 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 517.42 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 121.02 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 DISTRICT ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.27 Department Total 10671.72 COUNTY ATTORNEY 862 ROBERT G MOORE 409.09 COUNTY ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4479.17 COUNTY ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 579.16 COUNTY ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 275.88 COUNTY ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 64.52 COUNTY ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 COUNTY ATTORNEY 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 6344.93 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6562.50 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 848.54 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 405.05 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 94.73 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 PUBLIC DEFENDER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.26 Department Total 9001.30 CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATION 844 LEE COUNTY 456.93 Department Total 456.93 CHANCERY COURT ADMINISTRATION 844 LEE COUNTY 1019.30 Department Total 1019.30 ELECTIONS 804 ECAM 310.00 ELECTIONS 819 HASLER, INC 2058.59 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 920.00 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.96 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 52.87 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.37 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 ELECTIONS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.26 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5460.00 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1104.00 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3092.00 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 542.55 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.34 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 138.98 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2724.70 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.16 ELECTIONS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.18 Department Total 17426.52 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 794 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1680.05 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 794 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1746.48 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 795 COMCAST CABLE 154.85 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 796 ZEE MEDICAL, INC. #101 14.85 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 797 MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY 220.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 805 A T & T 44.70 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 835 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MGT, INC 50.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 852 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 886.89 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 852 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 6.89 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 184.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 60.40 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 61.29 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 39.99 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 22.30 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 36.08 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 870 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 40.64 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 883 WILLIE JOE KIRK 150.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 887 AT&T MOBILITY 1932.55 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 893 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1524.12 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6654.64 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20388.63 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3440.67 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1626.64 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 380.43 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3979.99 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.82 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 131.19 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 902 CITIZENS PAGE 50.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 902 CITIZENS PAGE 57.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 902 CITIZENS PAGE 64.95 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 903 TUPELO CRIME LABORATORY 855.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. 31.49 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. 20.69 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. 8.38 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. 8.38 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. 18.45 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. -12.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 912 AUTO ZONE, INC. -40.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 30.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 96.73 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 6.50 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 39.73 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 39.00

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SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 13.90 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 47.94 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 1.50 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 914 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 342.04 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 920 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 10.99 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 924 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 224.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 924 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 224.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 929 DE LAGE LANDEN 269.04 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 7.59 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 24.72 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 218.32 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 6.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 49.95 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 4.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 79.50 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 76.89 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 167.45 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 953 WAL-MART 89.00 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5999.66 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6244.28 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16804.09 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3665.57 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1746.72 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 408.52 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4126.01 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 32.85 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 111.21 Department Total 88333.49 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 815 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CLARKSDALE 22450.00 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 815 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CLARKSDALE 30925.00 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 815 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CLARKSDALE 13425.00 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1083.34 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 140.08 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 66.25 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.49 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.34 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1083.34 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 140.08 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 66.25 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.49 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.34 Department Total 69958.12 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 894 AT&T LONG DISTANCE SERVICES 1.84 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 895 A T & T 47.89 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 896 A T & T .40 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1577.28 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6048.32 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 985.97 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 458.08 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 107.13 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1823.69 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.86 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 36.93 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 909 GE CAPITAL 155.00 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 909 GE CAPITAL 155.00 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 927 DATA CENTRAL 180.00 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.98 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 936 VER-MAX, INC. 21.00 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 955 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 819.46 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 960 COMCAST CABLE 66.00 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 962 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 693.53 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 833.67 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1577.28 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6274.88 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1123.07 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 523.03 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 122.33 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1900.23 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.39 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.06 Department Total 25608.30 CONSTABLE - POST 1 791 HENRY L. KEMP 2865.00 CONSTABLE - POST 1 900 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 19.99 CONSTABLE - POST 1 900 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 32.99 CONSTABLE - POST 1 900 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 22.99 CONSTABLE - POST 1 900 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 5.12 CONSTABLE - POST 1 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1855.00 CONSTABLE - POST 1 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 239.85 CONSTABLE - POST 1 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 110.81 CONSTABLE - POST 1 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.92 CONSTABLE - POST 1 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 CONSTABLE - POST 1 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 5714.78 CONSTABLES - POST 2 792 ROGER VOYLES 2535.00 CONSTABLES - POST 2 869 ROGER VOYLES 219.72 CONSTABLES - POST 2 947 BAYMONT INN & SUITES 60.00 CONSTABLES - POST 2 947 BAYMONT INN & SUITES CONSTABLES - POST 2 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1895.00 CONSTABLES - POST 2 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 245.02 CONSTABLES - POST 2 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 117.49 CONSTABLES - POST 2 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.48 CONSTABLES - POST 2 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 CONSTABLES - POST 2 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 5636.82 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 797 MISSISSIPPI OFFICE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY 320.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 814 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 162.56 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 821 ALCORN COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION 200.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 821 ALCORN COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION 80.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 828 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 177.45 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 831 CITIZENS PAGE 75.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 833 JACKSON ANIMAL CLINIC 525.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 838 CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCE, INC 109.55 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 838 CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCE, INC 12.60 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 838 CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCE, INC 74.66 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 838 CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCE, INC 11.92 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 839 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 81.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 839 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 85.59 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 839 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.01 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 839 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.90 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 839 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 4.50 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 841 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 15.75 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 841 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 15.75 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 841 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 31.50 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 857 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 646.43 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 857 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 14.86 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 890 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 75.55 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 890 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 65.13 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 890 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 126.44 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 890 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 147.62 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 918 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 8.32 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 918 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 1500.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 923 A A APPLIANCE 165.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 932 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 37.50 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 954 AT&T MOBILITY 236.60 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 955 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 63.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 957 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 283.50 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 957 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 232.54 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 959 COMFORT INN - PEARL 69.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 959 COMFORT INN - PEARL 69.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 959 COMFORT INN - PEARL 69.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 962 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 41.82 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3375.00 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 436.39 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 205.65 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 48.10 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.58 Department Total 10498.88 AIRPORT 848 CORINTH-ALCORN AIRPORT BOARD 9166.66 Department Total 9166.66 PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 881 MISSISSIPPI VITAL RECORDS 110.00 Department Total 110.00 RABIES AND ANIMAL CONTROL 851 CORINTH ALCORN ANIMAL SHELTER 2083.33 Department Total 2083.33 CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 855 CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1000.00 Department Total 1000.00 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 840 BRIGGS, INC. 181.80 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 840 BRIGGS, INC. 40.30 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 840 BRIGGS, INC. 67.35 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 840 BRIGGS, INC. 30.80 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 840 BRIGGS, INC. 31.80 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 840 BRIGGS, INC. 18.40 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 843 ALCORN CO DEPT HUMAN SERVICES 450.00 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 886 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 1000.00 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 895 A T & T 225.01 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 896 A T & T 66.94 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 774.26 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 74.29 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 48.00 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.23 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.87 WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 899 PITNEY BOWES 115.99

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CONTINUED FROM 5B GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY 10833.33 GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY 1541.16 GENERAL COUNTY

WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION Department Total HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY

899 911 949 955 964 964 964 964 964

PITNEY BOWES 10.49 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 281.97 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 782.56 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 728.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1189.90 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 110.65 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 73.78 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 17.26 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.95 6340.80 846 ALCORN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY

Department Total 10833.33 CROSSROADS ARENA 850 CROSSROADS ARENA 9375.00 Department Total 9375.00 GENEALOGY SOCIETY 849 NORTHEAST MS BUSINESS INCUBATOR SYSTEM 200.00 Department Total 200.00 SOIL CONSERVATION 868 SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION 2500.00 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 960.00 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 124.13 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 59.00 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.80 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 SOIL CONSERVATION 880 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.76 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1152.00 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 148.95 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.91 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.58 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 SOIL CONSERVATION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.72 Department Total 5592.97 COUNTY EXTENSION 824 MS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE 1867.32 COUNTY EXTENSION 824 MS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE COUNTY EXTENSION 873 C SPIRE WIRELESS 118.80 COUNTY EXTENSION 889 A T & T 350.00 COUNTY EXTENSION 897 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 81.38 COUNTY EXTENSION 897 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 81.38 COUNTY EXTENSION 907 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS 126.13 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 99.99 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 2.99 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 1.49 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 3.59 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 7.99 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 7.24 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 10.69 COUNTY EXTENSION 908 K-MART 13.07 COUNTY EXTENSION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 22.22 COUNTY EXTENSION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.99 COUNTY EXTENSION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.96 COUNTY EXTENSION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 14.39 COUNTY EXTENSION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 27.90 COUNTY EXTENSION 935 OFFICEPRO, INC. 34.98 COUNTY EXTENSION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1386.00 COUNTY EXTENSION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2538.01 COUNTY EXTENSION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 238.87 COUNTY EXTENSION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.87 COUNTY EXTENSION 964 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.27 Department Total 7156.52 NORTHEAST MS PLANNING & DEV 847 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT Department Total INCUBATOR BUILDING Department Total

1541.16 849 NORTHEAST MS BUSINESS INCUBATOR SYSTEM 1550.00 592228.62

Fund Total

CAP LOAN - FINAL TOUCH ACC ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT CAP LOAN - FINAL TOUCH ACC ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT Department Total Fund Total REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL FUND

REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING Department Total

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 45 46 46 47 48 49 50 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51

Fund Total EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 EMERGENCY 911 FUND E-911 Department Total Fund Total

49 50 51 52 52 53 53 53 54 55 56 56 57 58 58 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 60 61 61 61 61 61 62 62 63 64 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65

LAW LIBRARY Department Total

Fund Total GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE

TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION

4 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 4 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2634.34 2634.34

1598.81 1035.53

THE DAILY CORINTHIAN 139.80 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 44.00 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.48 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 14.99 HASLER, INC 1050.00 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 110.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4944.63 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 733.64 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 366.60 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 85.73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1162.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.18 GE CAPITAL 354.73 RAYCO, INC. 29.37 RAYCO, INC. 9.38 THE WATER MAN 25.75 TRI-STATE CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 550.00 BANC OF AMERICA LEASING 337.59 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.49 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5824.80 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 851.68 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 421.16 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 98.50 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1162.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.59 20631.93 20631.93

AT&T 3426.00 WILBANKS WEECON-DU-IT ELECTRIC 280.00 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 2620.50 MISSISSIPPI TOOL SUPPLY, INC. 177.60 MISSISSIPPI TOOL SUPPLY, INC. 8.29 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.92 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 17.98 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 55.32 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.06 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 44.99 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1439.26 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 173.46 SMITH CABINET SHOP 7.00 TERESA BURNS 63.08 TERESA BURNS PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1916.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9355.14 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1265.44 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 689.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 161.31 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2153.65 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.18 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.62 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 66.50 BRIGGS, INC. 35.85 BRIGGS, INC. 7.10 BRIGGS, INC. 38.80 BRIGGS, INC. 31.80 BRIGGS, INC. 22.65 OFFICEPRO, INC. 38.90 OFFICEPRO, INC. 319.96 C SPIRE WIRELESS 124.09 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 44.34 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1916.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11551.83 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1725.82 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 824.95 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 192.95 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2741.31 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 21.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 66.54 43725.45 43725.45

PARK AND RECREATION CORINTH/ALCORN COUNTY PARK 42591.61 Department Total Fund Total LAW LIBRARY

1550.00

4 CORINTH-ALCORN COUNTY RECREATION COMM. 42591.61 42591.61

2 ALCORN COUNTY LAW LIBRARY 1000.00 1000.00 157 157 157 157 158 159 160 160 160 160 161 161 161 161

FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD UNIFIRST CORPORATION BARNES WELDING & REPAIR GARDNERS SUPERMARKET GARDNERS SUPERMARKET GARDNERS SUPERMARKET GARDNERS SUPERMARKET POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY

1000.00

436.99 2825.58 1749.34 1317.69 30.05 900.00 120.93 10.25 75.39 6.18 403.60 358.91 27.80 32.45

GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 161 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 162 PRAIRIE BLUFF LANDFILL 25692.34 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 163 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1715.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 163 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 7.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 163 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 132.30 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 164 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 290.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 164 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 480.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 164 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 275.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 164 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 330.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 164 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 275.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 42.78 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 167 LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC 966.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 168 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 94.05 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 168 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 200.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 168 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 168 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 169 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.73 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 169 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 29.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 169 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 35.82 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 169 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 44.35 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 169 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 16.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 169 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 32.82 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 173 AT&T MOBILITY 170.26 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1518.90 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 794.51 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2198.92 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 993.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 176 PHILLIP SETTLEMIRES 47.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 177 A T & T .47 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 178 A T & T 30.24 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3369.03 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3429.48 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 766.74 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 418.10 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 97.78 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1138.48 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.03 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 33.71 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 179 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 30.05 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 83.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 8.98 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 143.29 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 17.14 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 86.34 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 124.72 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 12.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 149.78 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 5.18 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 181 LONG WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 173.69 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 181 LONG WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 15.76 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 181 LONG WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 49.61 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 182 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 106.71 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 182 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 13.57 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 182 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 248.77 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 182 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 821.95 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 182 POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 14.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 183 MISSISSIPPI TOOL SUPPLY, INC. 17.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 183 MISSISSIPPI TOOL SUPPLY, INC. 17.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 184 PRAIRIE BLUFF LANDFILL 27244.39 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 185 EAST MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 495.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 185 EAST MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 70.22 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 185 EAST MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 33.32 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 186 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1059.30 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 186 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 3320.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 186 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 14.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 187 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 45.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 187 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 54.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 188 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 536.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 188 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 556.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 188 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 260.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 188 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 192.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 188 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 268.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 68.22 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 19.46 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 14.51 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 47.78 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 22.28 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.18 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 52.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 189 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 10.58 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 190 MS TRADES AND EQUIPMENT SALVAGE 880.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 70.07 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 65.46 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 30.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 470.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 5.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 66.58 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 80.63 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 30.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 225.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 200.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 40.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 11.85 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 64.64 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 15.86 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.96 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.22 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 19.20 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY .40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.49 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 193 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.10 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 194 SMC RECYCLING INC 60.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 195 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 239.65 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 195 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 195 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 359.02 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 196 FARMINGTON WATER ASSOCIATION 24.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 197 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 268.51 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2270.16 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1640.23 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2252.64 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 990.23 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 111.43 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3774.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2796.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 744.40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 404.02 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 94.49 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 32.57 Department Total 110117.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 165 STRIBLING EQUIPMENT, LLC 732.79 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 165 STRIBLING EQUIPMENT, LLC 100.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 173 AT&T MOBILITY 35.57 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 191 JUSTIN CROTTS 310.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 191 JUSTIN CROTTS 265.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 191 JUSTIN CROTTS 211.85 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1083.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 140.13 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 67.19 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.71 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.42 Department Total 3235.97 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 157 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 406.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 157 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 671.54 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 157 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 189.04 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 157 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 748.07 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 173 AT&T MOBILITY 107.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 308.31 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 693.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 462.54 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 175 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 622.63 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5692.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 736.08 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 344.41 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 80.54 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.77 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 414.17 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 736.44 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 557.92 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 198 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 530.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7029.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 908.95 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 427.30 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 99.93 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52

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Daily Corinthian • Sunday, February 12, 2012 • 7B

CONTINUED FROM 6B GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP Department Total GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total Fund Total VOLUNTEER FIRE

ALL DEPARTMENTS Department Total

200 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23979.07 171 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 171 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 4437.61 172 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 172 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1709.46 170 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 170 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 6267.00 149746.66

11 GLEN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 8836.00 8836.00

Fund Total SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION Department Total Fund Total THE ALLIANCE

THE ALLIANCE Department Total

5 CHARLES RINEHART, SHERIFF 1000.00 1000.00

4 THE ALLIANCE

1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total Fund Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 135.66 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 45.42 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 55.54 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 8.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 185.45 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE

3959.55 478.06 1562.46 147.00 5555.31 711.69

8836.00

1000.00

42591.30 42591.30 42591.30

Fund Total 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 32.91 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 207.48 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 31.05 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total

34.47

101 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 102 103 103 103 103 104 107 108

VERIZON WIRELESS 199.45 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 161.54 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 78.98 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 313.38 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 153.96 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1718.25 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 19.00 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

109 111 112 113 114 115 115 115 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 116 116 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 119 119 119 119 120

VERIZON 49.99 VERIZON WIRELESS 67.50 DR. WILLIAM JACKSON 60.00 AT&T 1.53 AT&T 19.74 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 409.15 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 266.08 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 115.03 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6192.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.62 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 370.69 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 86.70 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1795.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.65 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.90 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 100.00 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 52.16 COLD MIX, INC. 1272.64 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 HOOVER, INC. 158.16 HOOVER, INC. 323.78 HOOVER, INC. 162.53 HOOVER, INC. 166.89 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

121 121 121 121 122 122 122 122 122 122 122

FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28033.07

105 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 105 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 655.17 106 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 106 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1679.49 30367.73

339.76 362.52 311.57 128.08 7697.25 995.25 464.01 108.54 1866.76 13.16 37.43

646.80 8.37 1534.69 144.80

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

126 126 127 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 129 130 130 130 131 132 132 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 134 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 135 136 136 137

FUELMAN FLEET CARD 114.50 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 60.67 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 49.95 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 15.00 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 20.16 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 220.21 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 16.85 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 8.53 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 10.23 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 8.00 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 18.76 SMITH HOME CENTER 31.04 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 417.97 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 36.04 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 18.02 NEXAIR, LLC 127.73 NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. 60.00 NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. 150.00 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 35.78 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 11.98 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 2.99 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 113.99 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 61.26 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 5.49 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 23.96 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 10.98 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 19.10 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 19.99 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC -19.99 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 22.85 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 5.89 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 7.49 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 631.52 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 78.49 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 73.24 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 57.54 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 15.38 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH -15.38 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 19.98 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 24.99 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.34 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 44.99 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 30.68 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 10.47 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 19.99 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 57.54 ASPHALT ZIPPER 258.75 ASPHALT ZIPPER 23.00 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3)

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

137 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3)

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

137 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3)

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

137 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3)

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

138 144 144 145 147 147 148 148 149 150 146 146 146 146 146 146 146 151 151 151 151 151 151 152

BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 57.78 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 12.86 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 13.88 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 95.96 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 172.16 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 83.13 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN 139.80 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN AT&T 1.56 AT&T 13.87 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5232.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 506.86 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 318.05 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 74.39 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.65 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 21.82 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 6.16 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 14.23 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 13.98 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 22.97 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.78 SANTANA DREDGING CORPORATION

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

153 153 153 153

MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION

415.24 40.00 6.00 4.00

2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 106.86 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES Department Total Fund Total

154 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 156

AT&T MOBILITY 346.22 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 208.40 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 441.33 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 415.51 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 64.04 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 58.27 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 427.06 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 76.42 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

157 157 157 157 157 157 157 142 142 143 143 141 141 140 140 139 139

3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 866.39 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 111 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 111 Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 113 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 113 Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 112 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 112 Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 110 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 110 Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 114 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 114 Department Total Fund Total

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 21416.25 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 378.62 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 636.84 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1531.25 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 321.21 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1868.90 26153.07

5310.06 610.05 322.88 75.50 1066.72 7.52 26.04 375.71 2.91 610.73 26.11 1424.63 106.62 319.60 1.61 1843.94 24.96

109 115 116 118 119 120 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 121 122

CORINTH EXHAUST CENTER 52.50 VERIZON 10.00 VERIZON 199.99 VERIZON WIRELESS 195.60 AT&T 1.25 AT&T 13.87 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2840.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 367.21 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 172.90 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 40.44 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.95 COLD MIX, INC. 1798.26 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC.

123 123 123 123 123 123 123 124 124 124 124 124 124 124

21.79 12.71 22.99 2.59 5.69 2.88 .49 3634.50 469.94 222.16 51.96 800.04 5.64 17.92

OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12649.34 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1248.57 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1118.72 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 683.08 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1296.47 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 722.48 17718.66

1238.98 9.59 1074.59 44.13 670.02 13.06 1189.98 106.49 713.80 8.68

4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 95 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 69.75 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 96 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 42.50 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 97 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 215.98 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 97 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 12.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 97 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 3.85 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 97 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS -12.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 98 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1614.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 98 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 78.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 98 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 2240.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 98 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 95.55 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 99 COLD MIX, INC. 1435.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 99 COLD MIX, INC. 1466.16 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 100 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 56.84 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 101 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 120.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 102 HOOVER, INC. 170.26 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 102 HOOVER, INC. 146.87 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 104 AT&T MOBILITY 52.02 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 106 A T & T .04 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 107 A T & T 13.87 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4960.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 641.33 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 301.41 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.49 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 105 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.31 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 108 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 28.79 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 108 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 19.53 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 108 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 5.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 108 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 68.69 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 108 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 3.78 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 109 CORINTH EXHAUST CENTER 733.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 110 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 230.36 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 110 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 87.27 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 110 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 10.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 110 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 1.50 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 110 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 1.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 110 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 1.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 111 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 7.59 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 111 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 6.29 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 112 SANTANA DREDGING CORPORATION 97.47 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 113 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 7.85 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 114 Z & N DIESEL SERVICE 1182.29 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 115 TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 50.97 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 116 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 8.39 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 117 BRIGGS, INC. 67.80 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 118 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 52.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 118 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 39.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 118 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.75 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 119 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 110.76 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 119.37 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 121 JACKSON DIESEL SERVICE 2250.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6594.75 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 852.70 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 402.75 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 94.19 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 32.49 Department Total 29677.10 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 103 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 961.30 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 103 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 41.85 Department Total 1003.15 Fund Total 30680.25 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE

DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES

91 91 91 91 92 92 92 93 93 93 94 95 95 96 96 97 98 98 99 99 100

FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD WALNUT PARTS CO. WALNUT PARTS CO. WALNUT PARTS CO. GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE AUTO ZONE, INC. ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. Z & N DIESEL SERVICE Z & N DIESEL SERVICE JACKSON DIESEL SERVICE JACKSON DIESEL SERVICE NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH

CONTINUED ON 8B

146.05 567.02 167.07 250.67 295.79 16.68 107.64 2.95 5.00 54.50 10.28 177.24 25.74 200.00 100.00 135.84 45.28 643.71 300.00 22.00 9.32


8B • Sunday, February 12, 2012, 2011 • Daily Corinthian

CONTINUED FROM 7B 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 34.60 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 98.46 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total Fund Total

100 100 100 100 100 101 102 103 104 105

1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total Fund Total

8 8 8 9 9

5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total Fund Total

19 20 20 20 20 20 20 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 22 23 24 24 24 24 24 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 27

JUSTICE CENTER PROJECT FUND SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION Department Total Fund Total JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER

ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS Department Total CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS

NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 43.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 21.52 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.99 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 47.49 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 71.16 KERRY FIVEASH 630.00 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 TRI-STATE TRUCK CENTER, INC 175.81 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 46.55 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

105 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 107 107 107 107 108 109 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 111 111 112 113 113 113 113 113 113 114 114 115 115 116 116 117 118 118 118 118 118 119 120 120 120 120 120 120 120

FUELMAN FLEET CARD 53.66 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 453.08 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 103.81 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 393.93 AT&T .27 AT&T 13.87 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3540.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 457.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 215.59 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 50.42 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 17.40 WALNUT PARTS CO. 56.70 WALNUT PARTS CO. 16.98 WALNUT PARTS CO. 2.88 WALNUT PARTS CO. 26.85 WALNUT PARTS CO. 9.45 WALNUT PARTS CO. 6.98 WALNUT PARTS CO. 39.95 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 20.00 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 50.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 568.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 1.08 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 22.74 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 8.26 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 5.39 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 2.16 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 22.30 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 180.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 SOUTHERN STEEL, INC 123.85 SOUTHERN STEEL, INC 360.00 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.99 OFFICEPRO, INC. 17.66 AT&T MOBILITY 73.01 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 254.26 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 319.16 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 64.48 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 799.57 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 41.48 VERIZON WIRELESS 67.19 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4728.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 611.33 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 289.08 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 67.62 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.33 21203.88 21203.88

G & O SUPPLY CO, INC G & O SUPPLY CO, INC G & O SUPPLY CO, INC G & O SUPPLY CO, INC G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 8605.00 8605.00

200.00 172.20 114.80 2673.00 5445.00

ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 326.70 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 343.74 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 13.93 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 232.40 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 9.56 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 319.20 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 12.97 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 312.52 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 215.04 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 309.88 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 206.52 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 199.16 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 209.00 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 305.56 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 226.12 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 318.48 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 302.76 HOOVER, INC. 222.13 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 319.13 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 305.44 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 12.56 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 332.00 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 13.65 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 177.52 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 7.64 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 205.60 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 103.16 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 103.16 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 103.16 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 206.32 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 206.40 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 210.20 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 204.28 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 192.12 TENNESSEE MATERIALS CORP. 306.72 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 190.00 HOOVER, INC. 261.23 7595.96 7595.96

2 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CLARKSDALE 2390.00 2390.00

2390.00

141 RCF INMATE WELFARE ACCT 2315.89 141 RCF INMATE WELFARE ACCT 4006.99 6322.88 125 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 4779.00 125 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 6047.67 126 MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT, INC 5000.00 127 CBM FOOD SERVICE 34.68 127 CBM FOOD SERVICE 8783.04 127 CBM FOOD SERVICE 9221.64 127 CBM FOOD SERVICE 36.72 127 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10599.84 127 CBM FOOD SERVICE 46.92 128 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 444.14 128 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 518.64 129 K-MART 79.98 130 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 24.00 131 SMITH HOME CENTER 80.30 131 SMITH HOME CENTER 9.96 132 BRIGGS, INC. 446.50 133 OFFICEPRO, INC. 21.48 133 OFFICEPRO, INC. 109.99 134 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.40 134 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.56 135 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 21.91 135 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 92.46 137 OFFICEPRO, INC. .79 138 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 20.72 138 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 8.48 138 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 26.50 138 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 2.00 138 CHARLES RINEHART & MICHELLE LOYD, CUST. 6.83 139 JUSTICE SOFTWARE 850.00 139 JUSTICE SOFTWARE 850.00 140 COMCAST CABLE 650.70 140 COMCAST CABLE 1029.78 143 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 393.42 143 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 239.71 144 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 3015.11 145 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10141.38 145 CBM FOOD SERVICE 74.46 146 A T & T 268.20 146 A T & T 96.82 147 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 44.00 148 A T & T 168.74 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2166.67 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2575.34 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 40994.08 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3664.46 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 918.42 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1000.00 142 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6594.96

JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER JUSTICE CENTER

CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS CUSTODY OF PRISONERS Department Total LEASE PURCHASES LEASE PURCHASES Department Total

Fund Total

142 142 142 142 142 142 149 150 151 151 151 151 151 152 153 154 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 156 156 156 156 156 156 156 156 156 156 156 156 157 157 157 157 157 157 157 157 157 158 159 159 160 160 160 160 161 161 162 162 163 164 165 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 166 167 167 168 168 168 169 170 170 170 170 171 171 172 172 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173 173

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3163.98 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 739.97 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12800.38 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 535.24 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 92.12 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 255.17 TAYLOR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 130.20 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 246.76 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 330.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 55.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 90.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 179.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 69.00 TULL BROTHERS GLASS CO., INC. 104.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 40.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 395.02 SMITH HOME CENTER 5.97 SMITH HOME CENTER 12.45 SMITH HOME CENTER 10.00 SMITH HOME CENTER 159.60 SMITH HOME CENTER 30.75 SMITH HOME CENTER 7.30 SMITH HOME CENTER 12.95 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 34.25 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 3.80 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 47.17 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 78.50 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 33.15 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 75.00 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 120.00 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 106.20 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 18.60 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 88.80 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 74.76 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 60.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 11.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 11.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 22.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 13.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 15.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 17.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 16.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 50.00 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 10.00 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS 4.99 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 20.95 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 166.95 COOKS CORRECTIONAL 2890.00 COOKS CORRECTIONAL 35.00 COOKS CORRECTIONAL 71.90 COOKS CORRECTIONAL 266.51 BROWN-LINE PRINTING 300.00 BROWN-LINE PRINTING 34.00 RAYCO, INC. 477.44 RAYCO, INC. 213.13 ATECH INCORPORATED 166.23 STERICYCLE, INC. 311.25 TRISTATE INTERNET 75.00 BRIGGS, INC. 88.55 BRIGGS, INC. 6.20 BRIGGS, INC. 5.00 BRIGGS, INC. 4.45 BRIGGS, INC. 13.95 BRIGGS, INC. 6.30 BRIGGS, INC. 7.90 BRIGGS, INC. 86.25 BRIGGS, INC. 223.25 BRIGGS, INC. 446.50 BRIGGS, INC. 446.50 OFFICEPRO, INC. 101.71 OFFICEPRO, INC. 19.47 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 335.00 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 8.48 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 49.98 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 58.34 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 1031.95 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 2603.38 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 4065.34 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 3987.50 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 425.53 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 294.96 COMCAST CABLE COMCAST CABLE 589.12 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1300.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2166.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2614.32 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47550.63 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3664.62 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 982.90 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1000.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7523.79 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3658.09 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 855.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13612.11 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 535.24 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 97.84 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 288.60 251031.46 136 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 992.34 136 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 110.43 1102.77 258457.11

JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS Department Total Fund Total PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING

ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS ALL DEPARTMENTS Department Total

10 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

52 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

Fund Total

DPS FUND #3747 CRIMESTOPPERS STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER 27830.99 27830.99

1482.50 188.00 540.00 12097.50 834.50 75.00 1085.50 2796.35 2950.50 561.39 471.50 217.00 240.00 2626.25 20.00 1095.00 550.00

MISSISSIPPI STATE TAX COMMISSION 5770.00 MISSISSIPPI STATE TAX COMMISSION 9416.00 LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 837.92 UNITED WAY 75.00 METLIFE - SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 32.05 KENNETH BRAWNER 28.00 AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE INS CO 60.95 LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF ALABAMA 37.32 HUMANA INSURANCE COMPANY 795.28 CAIC PRIMARY ACCOUNT 1032.45 AGLA GPO-400S 1755.22 AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 2394.59 SMALL LOANS, INC 331.40 WILLIAM L KEY, JR 363.34 TOWER LOANS 333.48 THOMAS L. SWEAT, ATTY AT LAW 243.06 CRDU 122.50 FIRST METROPOLITAN FINANCIAL 16.19 TOTAL NET PAY 131677.75 TOTAL NET PAY 215045.73 370368.23 370368.23

NE MS C COLLEGE - MAINTENANCE NE MS COMM COLLEGE - SUPPORT 47182.87 Department Total Fund Total

4 NORTHEAST MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE--SUPPORT

NE MS C COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT NE MS COMM C. - ENLARGEMENT 92607.37 Department Total Fund Total

4 N.E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT

N MS PLAN & DEV - TUITION ASST NE MS COMM COLL - TUITION ASST 14661.77 Department Total Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL NE MS COMM C. - VOCATIONAL 6740.41 Department Total Fund Total TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WTR MGN WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS 11722.46 Department Total Fund Total

47182.87 47182.87

92607.37 92607.37 4 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 14661.77 14661.77 4 N. E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL 6740.41 6740.41 4 TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WATER MANAGEMENT 11722.46 11722.46


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, February 12, 2012 • 9B

BUSINESS & SERVICE GUIDE

Daily Corinthian And The Community Profiles RUN YOUR AD In TheFOR $ ONLY 200 A MONTH ON THIS PAGE (Daily Corinthian Only 165) $

OPEN HOUSE

CHIROPRACTOR

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH 10 A.M. TO 12 P.M. 2209 WILLOW RD.

Loans $20-$20,000

Dr. Jonathan R. Cooksey Neck Pain • Back Pain Disc Problems Spinal Decompression Therapy

For more information call Bailey Williams Realty at 662-286-2255 or visit www.corinthhomes.com

Most Insurance Accepted Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9-5 3334 N. Polk Street Corinth, MS 38834 (662) 286-9950

40 Years

MAGNOLIA RIDGE APTS 2 BR, 1 BA, stove & fridge furn., w/d hookups, clean quiet neighborhood, less than 2 minutes from Magnolia Regional Health Center. $400 mo plus deposit. 662-415-4052.

FREE FINANCING

HOUSE FOR SALE

BUCK HOLLOW SUBD. AC 2 5 4 1.79 3.42 6 4.58 6.47

Cost $8000 $20,000 $16,000 $7160 $13,680 $24,000 $18,240 $16,175

Down $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

Fin. Payments $7500 36 $19,500 72 $15,500 72 $6660 36 $13,180 60 $23,500 120 $17,740 60 $15,675 96

Monthly $233 $208.33 $270 $259 $215 $185 $249 $219.66 $256 $195.86 $339 $295.66 $163

State maintained Roads 6” water line, Pickwick Electric 3 miles N.W. Corinth city limits.

662-287-2924 Buck Marsh

60 CR 620

3110 heated sq. ft., 3 BR, 3 full BA w/4th full bath in garage. Newly remodeled master bath, laundry room, gas fireplace w/built-ins, 24x24 metal shop w/roll-up door & 24x14 side shed. All appliances included. On 2 acres. In Kossuth School district. By appt. REDUCED to $199,500. 662-415-5973 or 662-587-0055

GUARANTEED Auto Sales 401 902 FARM EQUIP. AUTOMOBILES

FOR SALE

20 FT. TRAILER 2-7 K. AXLES

REDUCED

2500

$

GREG SMITH

286-6702

1979 FORD LTD II SPORT LANDAU

Exc. cond. inside & out. Mechanically sound cond. Leather seats, only 98,000 mi reg.

$7500 731-934-4434

902 AUTOMOBILES

‘01 DODGE STRATUS ES, sun roof, cold air, automatic.

3250

$

662-396-1728.

906 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

2005 HUMMER, 117,000 miles, leather, sunroof, 3rd row seat, am/fm/ cd player, power windows & seats, automatic,

$16,900

BUSH HOG 61” ZERO TURN, COM28 HP KOEHLER, 45 HOURS, NEW MERCIAL,

$7900 662-728-3193 902 AUTOMOBILES

$7250 OR TRADE

662-213-2014.

FOR SALE 1996 GOLD CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC

could use paint, alum. rims, all leather, all power, LT-1 mtr. but not cop car. Keyless remote & digital dash

$2,995 OBO

235,000 miles & runs great! Serious calls only. 662-808-1185

2.5 L 5 cyl., 6-spd., Tip Tronic auto. trans., lt. green w/beige int., heated seats, RW defrost, PW, outside rear view mirrors, PDL, AM/Fm radio w/CD, MP3, traction control, sun roof, looks brand new even under hood, 14,350 mi

14,500

$

286-3654 or cell 284-7424

’09 Hyundai Accent

2nd owner, 4 cyl., under 30,000 mi., 36 mpg, looking for payoff.

731-610-7241

15 Passenger Van

$1,000 obo 662-286-6529.

1961 CHEV. 2 dr. hardtop (bubble top), sound body, runs.

$10,000 Days only, 662-415-3408. REDUCED

‘06 VOLKSWAGON NEW BEETLE

1991 GMC

2006 NISSAN MAXIMA black, CD player, A/C, gray int., 150,000 miles, loaded.

1999 CHEROKEE SPORT 4X4, 6 cyl., all works good except for A/C

662-808-1978 or

662-665-1143.

$11,500

$4000.

731-645-4928

1996 Ford F-150 170,000 mi., reg. cab, red & white (2-tone).

$2500 obo

662-423-8702

2005 AIRSTREAM LAND YACHT

30 ft., with slide out & built-in TV antenna, 2 TV’s, 7400 miles.

$75,000. 662-287-7734

$14,900

1999 CHEVROLET Z71 SILVERADO Red, 4 W.D., bought new in Corinth by Donnie Redding, 175,600 miles,

$5267.00.

662-415-6553 or 662-287-5267.

1991 Ford Econoline Van, 48,000 miles, good cond., one owner, serious interest. $7000. 287-5206.

662-665-1133 662-286-8257

JIM BERRY, OWNER/INSTALLER

AUTO SALES ALES

See LynnParvin Parvin Lynn General Sales Manager

910 910 910 MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/ ATV’S ATV’S ATV’S

‘03 HARLEY DAVIDSON HERITAGE SOFTTAIL (ANNIVERSARY MODEL)

2007 Franklin pull camper, 36’, lots of space, 2 A/C units, 2 slide outs, 2 doors, shower & tub, 20’ awning, full kitchen, W&D, $13,000.

15-passenger van, for church or daycare use, fleet maintained

662-415-7063 662-415-8549

2004 KAWASAKI MULE

exc. cond., dealership maintained.

3010 Model #KAF650E, 1854 hrs., bench seat, tilt bed, 4 WD & windshield, well maintained. Great for farm or hunting. $6500.

662-462-7158 home or 731-607-6699 cell

731-212-9659 731-212-9661.

$9,995

REDUCED

'97 HONDA GOLD WING, 1500 6 cylinder miles, 3003 Voyager kit. 662-287-8949

REDUCED

2003 YAMAHA V-STAR CLASSIC looks & rides real good!

$3000 662-603-4786

1980 HONDA 750-FRONT (TRI) 4-CYC. VOLKSWAGON

2009 YAMAHA 250YZF all original, almost new.

$2,800

MTR., GOOD TIRES,

$6500 OR TRADE

1979 CHEVY 1 TON DUMP TRUCK, $3500 J.C. HARRIS 700 TRENCHER,

$4000.

662-279-2123

Call 662-423-6872 or 662-660-3433

2006 YAMAHA FZI 3k miles, adult owned, corbin seat, selling due to health reasons, original owner.

2001 HONDA REBEL 250

910 MOTORCYCLES/ ATV’S

REDUCED

1993 CHEVY S-10 6 cyl, 93,000 miles, sharp, exc. condition.

$2,995 662-286-5402

2003 Chevy Silverado SWB

2007 HONDA REBEL,

2005 HONDA ATV TRX 250 EX “New” Condition

$2400 $2100

215-666-1374 662-665-0209

V8, Loaded 96k miles

2003 Honda 300 EX

$7,000 662-415-8553 731-239-4428

2007 black plastics & after market parts.

908 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

‘01 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE GT

red with new tan top, 5-speed, 4.6, V-8, Cooper 17” tires, runs great, asking price $6000.

908 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

2006 GMC YUKON Exc. cond. inside & out, 106k miles, 3rd row seat, garage kept, front & rear A/C,tow pkg., loaded

662-213-2014

$15,000

www.generalsquarters.com Reservations preferred Not required.

REDUCED

662-415-9007.

731-422-4655

287-3448

906 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

$10,850

$2850 OBO

662-286-3325

• SAME PHONE # & ADDRESS SINCE 1975 • 30 YEAR UP TO LIFETIME WARRANTIED OWENS CORNING SHINGLES W/ TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY (NO SECONDS) • METAL, TORCHDOWN, EPDM, SLATE, TILE, SHAKES, COATINGS. • LEAK SPECIALIST WE INSTALL SKYLIGHTS & DO CARPENTRY WORK

Put your automobile, truck, SUV, boat, tractor, motorcycle, RV & ATV here for $39.95 UNTIL SOLD! Here’s How It Works: Your ad will be composed 1 column wide and 2 inches deep. The ad will run each day in the Daily Corinthian until your vehicle sells. Ad must include photo, description, and price. You provide the photo. Certain restrictions apply. 1. No dealers. 2. Non-commercial only 3. Must pay in advance. No exceptions. 4. Single item only. 5. Categories included are auto, motorcycle, tractor. boat, RV and ATV 6. After every 30 DAYS, advertised price of listing needs to be reduced. 7. NO REFUNDS for any reason 8. NON-TRANSFERABLE. Call 287-6147 to place your ad!

$13,000 OBO.

INTERNATIONAL, Cat. engine

The General’s Quarters 924 Fillmore St.

BUCK MARSH 662-287-2924

'03 CHEVY SILVERADO,

2002

$1,000,000 LIABILITY INSURANCE

JONES GM

2000 FORD E-350

1961 STUDEBAKER PICKUP

JIMCO ROOFING.

SELDOM YOUR LOWEST BID ALWAYS YOUR HIGHEST QUALITY

545 Florence Road, Savannah, TN 731-925-4923 or 1-877-492-8305 www.jonesmotorcompany.com

662-286-1732

FOR SALE:

2/10 & 2/11 With Chef Luke Open for Dinner 5:00 - 9:00

or I will split them up. FOR EXAMPLE: Concrete cages $3.00 each Galvanized cages, $2.50 - 6 ft. post; $2.00 4 ft. post.

662-664-3940 or 662-287-6626

black, quadra steer (4-wheel steering), LT, 80k miles, loaded, leather, tow package, ext. cab.

This Weekend

TOMATO CAGES concrete wire or galvanized wire cages, 100 metal posts, high tenure wire clamps, turn buckles, all 600 cages, wire post clamp, $1250.00

REDUCED

906 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA GLE, loaded, leather, sun roof, silver w/gray int., new tires

GARDENING

Celebrate Valentine’s

2008 Jayco Eagle 5th Wheel 38’, 4 slides, exc. cond., $28,000 firm. Trailer located in Counce, TN. 425-503-5467

$2,000 $2,500 462-5379 1995 HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSTER 1200 Screaming Eagle exhaust, only 7K miles, like new,

$5,000

662-415-8135

250cc, just serviced, new front tire, red in color, 7,724 miles,

$1,975

662-664-3940

$4900 286-6103

Mtr. & Trans., New Tires, Must See

$10,500 $12,000

662-415-8623 or 287-8894

$1850

662-287-2659

For Sale:

REDUCED

2000 Custom Harley Davidson

WITH EXTRAS, BLUE, LESS THAN 1500 MILES,

1998 SOFTAIL,

39,000 MILES,

$8500

‘04 Kawasaki Vulcan Classic 1500 8,900 miles, 45 m.p.g. Red & Black

$5,500

662-415-0084

Call: 662-423-5257 after 5:00 pm

RAZOR 08 POLARIS

’04 HONDA SHADOW 750

REDUCED

2005 Kawasaki 4-wheeler 4 wheel drive, Brute force, v-twin, 650 cc, 260 hrs., $3550. 662-603-9014

30” ITP Mud Lights, sound bars, 2600 miles.

$8000

662-808-2900

$

3900

662-603-4407


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CLASSIFIEDS Daily Corinthian â&#x20AC;˘ Sunday, February 12, 2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 11B

DAILY CORINTHIAN Income Tax

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Open all Year 1407 Harper Rd. 662-286-9946

TAX GUIDE 2012

Free Electronic Filing with paid preparation. Fully computerized tax preparation. Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-8pm Sat. 9am-5pm Sun. By appt. only

2003 Hwy. 72 E., Corinth 286-1040 (Old Junkers Parlar) 508 W. Chambers St., Booneville â&#x20AC;˘ 728-1080 1411-A City Ave., N. Ripley â&#x20AC;˘ 662-512-5829 1407 Battleground Dr., luka â&#x20AC;˘ 662-423-3864

GARAGE /ESTATE SALES

Garage/Estate 0151 Sales

YARD SALE SPECIAL

Take stock in America. Buy U.S. Savings Bonds.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS When Placing Ads 1. Make sure your ad reads the way you want it! Make sure our Ad Consultants reads the ad back to you. 2. Make sure your ad is in the proper classification. 3. After our deadline at 3 p.m., the ad cannot be corrected, changed or stopped until the next day. 4. Check your ad the 1st day for errors. If error has been made, we will be happy to correct it, but you must call before deadline (3 p.m.) to get that done for the next day. Please call 662-287-6147 if you cannot find your ad or need to make changes!

0208 Sales 13 YR. OLD N. Mississippi owned company is seeking business 2 business outside salesperson to work a 50-mile radius of Corinth. Confidentiality maintained. EEOC. Contact b2bcorinth@yahoo.com

0232 General Help

0320 Cats/Dogs/Pets

ASSIST. MGR. Needed. Opportunity $175 a day to start. 1-877-669-6700.

AKC REG. Rottweiler puppy, 1 female, 6 wks. old, S&W, $350. 662-462-7348 or 662-643-3008.

THERE IS A NEED FOR LABORERS in the Maritime Industry. Entry Level positions start at $720 ANY 3 CONSECUTIVE $820 per week. Sign up DAYS Ad must run prior to or USED CAR DEALER look- for training today. CALL day of sale! ing for person with TODAY 850-243-8966. (Deadline is 3 p.m. day before ad is to run!) (Exception Sun. 3 pm Fri.) 5 LINES (Apprx. 20 Words)

$19.10

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0107 Special Notice

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automotive sales experience to manage small 0244 Trucking retail lot. Duties include: DRIVERS WANTED Sales, F&I and delivery NEW REGIONAL Email resume to: FREIGHT maxkthorp@gmail.com

0228 Accounting

ACCOUNTANT, EXPERIENCED. Mail resume w/salary requirement to P.O. Box 730, Corinth, MS 38835.

888-202-3569

Retia Ext. 114 or 501-240-7348 nights and weekends

Freight Systems, Inc.

0180 Instruction

0232 General Help

WORK ON JET ENGINES Train for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance, 866-455-4317.

CAUTION! ADVERTISEDRIVER TRAINEES MENTS in this classificaNEEDED NOW! tion usually offer inforLearn to drive for mational service of US Xpress products designed to help FIND employment. Earn $800 per week Before you send money No experience needed. to any advertiser, it is CDL & Job-Ready your responsibility to in 15 Days! verify the validity of the Special WIA & VA offer. Remember: If an ad appears to sound Funding Available â&#x20AC;&#x153;too good to be trueâ&#x20AC;?, Call 1-888-540-7364 then it may be! Inquiries can be made by conPETS tacting the Better Business Bureau at 1-800-987-8280.

EARN COLLEGE DEGREE ONLINE . Medical, Business, Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 877-206-5185. 0142 Lost www.CenturaOnline.co LOST: CALICO m short-haired cat, name Deedee. Last seen EMPLOYMENT 2/7/12, Deer Park area. 286-2614.

0450 Livestock

ANGUS BULL & COW SALE. Feb. 18th in Russellville, AL. For more information, www.bullrockfarms.com or call 256-412-3200.

AM. 446 acre rowcrop & timber farm, Weatherford Creek, Wayne County, Lutts, TN. 10% buyers premium. Tony Neill, TFL# 1468, MS# 1090-1091F, Savannah, TN. 731-926-3133. www.tonyneill.com

Call 286-6831 or 284-7221

0208 Sales

CARTWRIGHT FORD Has Opening for

If you are looking for a fulďŹ lling career with competitive pay and beneďŹ ts, along with excellent advancement potential, email your resume to dhanslow@ dollargeneral.com or apply online at www.dollargeneral.com/careers EOE M/F/D/V

Sales Representative We offer a great opportunity to associate with an established 41 year old company

Benfits include: 1. 5 day work week 2. Demo plan 3. 401k Retirement Plan 4. Hospitalization 5. Great Work Atmosphere 6. Large inventory of New, Pre-Owned & Imports Apply in person and ask for Gary Cartwright

Serving others is our mission. Make it yours.

FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR, 31 in. wide, 29 in. deep, has 5 yr. warranty, 1 yr. old, $400. 662-396-1025.

WHITE MAYTAG portable dishwasher, brand new, never used, still in box, 4 cycles, 24w, 36H. Cutting board on top. $450. Call 662-415-2767.

32" TV, 662-396-1025.

MICROWAVE CART - Nat Maple finish. With pull out cutting board. 20x27 Like new. 3 shelves. Must see. $75. 662-287-2935. MICROWAVE, WHITE, works perfect, $50. 662-603-1074.

$50.

50" MITSUBISHI TV, perfect cond., $200 obo. 662-284-5085.

Lawn & Garden

0521 Equipment

CRAFTSMAN LAWN tractor, 18.5 HP, 42" cut, 6-speed transaxle, good cond., $400. 287-3516.

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PROPANE OR natural gas fireplace insert, $150. 662-603-1074. SHARP CAROUSEL 1200 watt Sharp microwave, like new, $75. 662-286-6582. SHARP SIDE-BY-SIDE refrigerator/freezer, ice & water in door, like new, $500. 662-286-6582.

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0518 Electronics

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Dollar Generalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rapid expansion in your area has created excellent opportunities. If you have a minimum of 1 year experience managing in a similar retail environment, good organizational ability and effective oral and written communication skills you could qualify for one of the following positions at our store in Corinth, MS:

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Advertise Your Tax Service Here for $90 A Month. Call 287-6147 for more details.

NICE IGLOO dog house, used very little, $35. Call HEATER, CHARMGLOW 662-287-6876, if not propane 30,000 btu Free standin. Built in fan. 0518 Electronics home, leave message. Never used. 32 wide x 11 deep. Push button 21 INC. TV w/VCR, $25. FARM ignite. Extra nice. $310. 662-396-1025. 662-287-2935 or 901-489-9413.

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12B • Sunday, February 12, 2012 • Daily Corinthian

0542 Building Materials

JUST ARRIVED! Furniture Style Vanities with Granite Tops! From $ 407.95 to $ 587.95

Book Cases with adjustable Shelves! Black or White finish. Starting at $ 59.95. Quality Kitchen and Bath Cabinets and at discount prices. We have expert assistance with planning and layout. Bring in your drawings and let us give you a free quote

FAST SERVICE - WHOLESALE PRICES

Smith Cabinet Shop 1505 Fulton Dr., Corinth, MS 38834 Ph. 662-287-2151

Sporting 0527 Goods

Misc. Items for 0563 Sale

Misc. Items for 0563 Sale

Homes for 0710 Sale

12 GAUGE single shot, FOR SALE: Antique $100. 662-720-6855. cross-cut saw, $100. 662-728-7546. BRAND NEW, still in box, ping pong table, $75. 662-415-2767. FREE ADVERTISING. AdMARLIN 22 semi-auto., vertise any item valued $100. 662-720-6855. at $500 or less for free. The ads must be for priMOSSBURG 12-GAUGE vate party or personal pump shotgun, camo, merchandise and does shoots 3 1/2" shells, not include pets & pet $225. 662-720-6855. supplies, livestock (incl. NEW 3-SIDED golf cart chickens, ducks, cattle, enclosure, fits all 2-per- goats, etc), garage son golf carts, adapter sales, hay, firewood, & bar for 83-07 club carts automobiles . To take included, $90. $149 re- advantage of this program, readers should tail. Call 662-286-1593. simply email their ad REMINGTON 22 Viper, to: freeads@dailycorinthian.com , mail the ad $135. 662-720-6855. to Free Ads, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835, 0533 Furniture fax to 662-287-3525 (2) 1950'S chrome DR ta- (attn.: classified) or simbles, $60 e a c h . ply drop off at 1607 S. 662-415-0863 o r Harper Rd. Please include your address for 287-6419. our records. Each ad (2) CUSTOM made stereo may include only one cabinets with heavy item, the item must be glass doors, 22" W x priced in the ad and the 20.5" D x 48" T. $75 each price must be $500 or obo. 662-284-5085. less. Ads may be up to approximately 20 OTTOMAN, SAGE green, words including the good cond., $25. phone number and will 662-603-1074. run for five days in The SOLID OAK table set: Daily Corinthian, one coffee table & 2 end ta- day in The Reporter & bles, $100. 662-603-1074. one day in The Banner Independent. TABLE, GREY Granite top 36x60 with white legs. 4 White chairs with maple seats. Must see. $290. 662-287-2935 o r GREEN METAL baker's rack w/dark wood top, 901-489-9413. $40. 662-396-1025.

0539 Firewood OAK FIREWOOD, $100 cord., $50 half, delivered & stacked. 662-603-9057.

Wanted to 0554 Rent/Buy/Trade M&M. CASH for junk cars & trucks. We pick up. 662-415-5435 or 731-239-4114.

STEERING WHEEL w/gas HUD pedal & drums for X-box PUBLISHER’S system, like new, $50. NOTICE Call 662-415-4567. All real estate advertised herein is subject REAL ESTATE FOR RENT to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, Unfurnished 0610 Apartments limitation, or discrimination based on race, MAGNOLIA APTS. 2 BR, color, religion, sex, stove, refrig., water. handicap, familial status $365. 286-2256. or national origin, or intention to make any E. BROOKE APTS., 2 BR, 1 such preferences, limiBA, D/W, icemaker, 850 tations or discriminasq. ft. 287-8219. tion. FREE MOVE IN (WAC): 2 State laws forbid disBR, 1 BA, stove & refrig., crimination in the sale, W&D hookup, CR 735, rental, or advertising of Section 8 apvd. $400 real estate based on factors in addition to mo. 287-0105. those protected under WEAVER APTS 504 N. federal law. We will not Cass 1 br, scr.porch. knowingly accept any w/d $375+util, 286-2255 advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby inHomes for 0620 Rent formed that all dwellings advertised are 1710 E. 6th St. 2 BR + MB available on an equal suite w/jacuzzi bath, 2 opportunity basis. full BA, LR, kitchen, laundry room. Section 8 Mobile Homes approved. $500 mo. 0741 for Sale 662-212-0085. '08 32X68 DW, 5BR, 3BA, FOR RENT: 3BR/2BA C/H/A, sold as is. Must house, 2030 Hwy 72 E, be moved! $69,000. Corinth, MS, City school 662-396-1324. district. $650 mo/$600 dep. 662-279-9024. 1994 28X60 FLEETWOOD double-side mobile USE YOUR tax refund for home, one owner, purchase of 3BR, 3rd St. never moved, new roof. $400 mo. 662-872-3037. Replaced a/c unti. $16,500. 662-820-9390 Lake/River/ (Leland). Will have to re0660 Resort locate. RV LOT for rent, $200 mo., near J. P. Coleman 1994 CAVALIER 16x80, 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 porches & St. Pk. 828-497-2113. carport, must be ONE HORSE wagon, oved. $23,000. Mobile Homes m good shape, motorcycle 662-808-3700. 0675 for Rent wheels, buggy seat, has top on wagon, new 2 BR, stove & ref. furn., NEW 2 BR Homes paint job w/shaft and $250 mo., $100 dep. Del. & setup also has hitch for 287-3461 or 396-1678. $25,950.00 4-wheeler, $500. Clayton Homes 662-287-5965, Supercenter of Corinth, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 662-808-0118 or 1/4 mile past hospital 662-808-4671. on 72 West.

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TRANSPORTATION

0860 Vans for Sale

'10 WHITE 15-pass. van, 3 to choose from. 1-800-898-0290 or 728-5381. '98 CHEVY Venture Van, navy blue, 3-seat, captain seats, auto., good cond., good tires, 112k mi., $3500. 662-415-6072.

Trucks for 0864 Sale

'05 GMC Crew Cab LTR, 38k, #1419. $16,900. 1-800-898-0290 or 728-5381.

'08 DODGE RAM 1500, 4x4, crew cab, red, $23,400. 1-800-898-0290 or 728-5381.

0868 Cars for Sale

'08 CHEVY HHR LT, ltr, moon roof, 33k, $11,900. 1-800-898-0290 or 728-5381. 04 MAXIMA 3.5 SL, LTR, new tires, Bose, memory seats, new brakes & roters. Red, 150k mi. $7500 OBO 665-1420

1977 PINTO, California surfer, $1650; 1985 30' full camper, $3150. 662-664-3350.

1991 BUICK LeSabre, 4-dr., runs good, good transportation, needs paint & headliner. $1250. 662-643-5351.

FINANCIAL LEGALS HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY

Home Improvement & Repair

BUTLER, DOUG: Foundation, floor leveling, bricks cracking, rotten wood, basements, shower floor. Over 35 yrs. exp. Free est. 731-239-8945 or 662-284-6146.

NEW 3 BR, 1 BA HOMES Del. & setup $29,950.00 Clayton Homes Supercenter of Corinth SHANE PRICE Building 1/4 mile past hospital Inc. New construction, home remodeling & reon 72 West. pair. Lic. 662-808-2380. Fair & following Jesus NEW 4 BR, 2 BA home "The Carpenter" Del. & setup $44,500 Storage, Indoor/ Clayton Homes Outdoor Supercenter of AMERICAN Corinth, 1/4 mi. past MINI STORAGE hospital on 72 West 2058 S. Tate 662-287-4600 Across from World Color Manufactured

As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, MS CARE CENTER OF ALCORN COUNTY does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color, or national origin, or on the basis of disability or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by MS CARE CENTER OF ALCORN COUNTY directly or through a contractor or any other entity with which MS CARE CENTER OF ALCORN COUNTY arranges to carry out its programs and activities. This statement is in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Regulations of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued pursuant to these statutes at Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations Part 80, 84, and 91, E01/246, Section 503 Rehabilitation Act of 0747 Homes for Sale 1973, and VEVRAA. CLEARANCE SALE on Display Homes In case of questions, please contact: Double & Singlewides MS CARE CENTER OF ALCORN COUNTY available Large Selection TERI REYNOLDS, ADMINISTRATOR WINDHAM HOMES 1-662-287-8071 287-6991

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MORRIS CRUM Mini-Stor. 72 W. 3 diff. locations, unloading docks, rental truck avail, 286-3826.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY

ONLINE ONLY REAL ESTATE AUCTION Bidding Beginning Thursday, Feb. 9 and Ending Thrusday, Feb. 16 @ 12 Noon

Frances C. Tallon Estate 4301 Mockingbird Cove Corinth, MS 38834

One of the best floor plans in Corinth... This Home Features: 2 Complete Master Suites, One Upstairs, One Downstairs 2 Additional Bedrooms, Upstairs Large Bonus Room 2 Sets of Stairs Large 2 Story Foyer With Marble Floors Family Room With Built-In Cabinets and Built-In Gun Cabinet Spacious Formal Dining and Living Rooms Man-made Stone Lined Brook Covered Deck Professional Landscaping If you would like to see this luxury home, please call our office @ 662-226-2080 to set up an appointment. The Staff of Taylor Auction & Realty, Inc will be at the residence the afternoon of February 15, 2010 and also the morning of February 16, 2012 to assist bidders in the online bidding and with any questions or concerns.

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