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City election season begins Monday BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Corinth’s election season officially begins Monday as the candidate qualifying window opens. Prospective candidates for the city’s eight elected positions

— mayor, six aldermen and chief of police — will have until 5 p.m. on July 18 to visit the clerk’s office at City Hall and file the required paperwork. With Police Chief David Lancaster planning to retire from the police department, the elec-

tion year will bring at least one open position to the ballot. Those who wish to run as partisan candidates on the Democratic or Republican tickets must file a statement of intent and a $10 fee which goes to the respective party. To run

as an independent candidate, a person must file a statement of intent along with a petition containing the signatures of 50 qualified electors. Candidates for wards 1 through 5 must be residents of the ward they seek. The sixth

post is at large. Prospective candidates will receive a packet with an election calendar, an updated ward map reflecting the recent changes in ward boundaries, an overview Please see ELECTION | 6A

Residents must now show identification to vote BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Many residents will likely show up at the county precincts on June 3 with driver’s license in hand, ready to vote. A few may not, and election officials at the state and local level are trying to reach those who may not be prepared for Mississippi’s new voter ID law. It requires an acceptable photo ID to vote in person at the polls or to cast an absentee ballot in person at the clerk’s office. It begins with the June 3 primary election, and it will also apply to Corinth’s municipal Please see ID | 6A

The front of the state-issued voter ID card features the voter’s photo, and the back has a barcode. Four have been issued in Alcorn County.

Corinth begins paving project BY JEBB JOHNSTON jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

Corinth’s upcoming street paving includes three phases with the first set to begin in mid-May. The work is to be done by APAC, and the contractor will start the first round while in town to pave the parking lot for the new Cracker Barrel restaurant on Highway 72. In total, Street Commissioner Philip Verdung said

Corinth native and international operatic star Jane Redding is coming home for “An Evening with Jane Redding” on May 8.

Operatic star returning home BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Jane Redding is coming home. The international operatic star performer and Corinth native is slated for a May 8 performance at First United Methodist Church.

“An Evening with Jane Redding” – sponsored by the Corinth Music Club – will begin at 7 p.m. Redding will be accompanied by the club’s own Ben Tomlinson. “This will be our second Visiting Artist Series program,” said

the music club’s Cathy Alexander. “We were fortunate to get a CREATE grant to do the first one.” Beth Middleton was the initial performer in the series. Tickets are available from any Please see REDDING | 6A

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the city is looking at about 27 projects, including resurfacing and major repairs (see inside for a complete list). “Of all the roads we looked at that were in the most need of repair, these are the ones that can be done right now,” said Verdung. “There were other streets that were on this list to begin with and because of utility problems or some Please see PAVING | 2A

Farmington presents county agreement on vicious dogs BY ZACK STEEN zsteen@dailycorinthian.com

FARMINGTON — The Farmington Board of Mayor and Aldermen recently discussed a possible inter-local agreement with Alcorn County concerning the pickup of vicious animals. Under the agreement, the sheriff’s department would be responsible for declaring an

animal vicious and contacting the Farmington animal control and code enforcement officer who would go capture the animal with a deputy present. The animal would then be transported to the Corinth-Alcorn Animal Shelter. “I submitted the agreement to the Board of Supervisors Please see FARMINGTON | 2A

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and they seemed pleased,” said Mayor Dale Fortenberry. “I think we are close to making it official.” The agreement would be renewable annually.

In other business: The board approved to pay ACE Power Company $2,235.91 to replace numerous street lights. The majority of the street lights replaced were on Farmington Road and Central School Road. Fortenberry said because of the cost to have one light replaced, the city often lets several lights burn out before calling the power company. ■ The first set of property maintenance ordinance letters were mailed this week. The ordinance, which includes a penalty if needed, specifies the ■

regulation and use of private property, property conditions, maintaining structures and being responsible for the property. ■ The FarmingFortenberry ton Sewer Department report through March 31 included the active outstanding balance of $20,106.62, the active past due amount of $10,071.74 and the inactive past due amount of $25,018.05. The department placed 44 hang tags and four customers were locked out for nonpayment. ■ All guilty verdicts were heard March 17-April 11 in the Farmington courtroom. The court report included one count of speeding 20 miles over the posted speed limit and one count of no proof of insurance.

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Sewer upgrade bid awarded BY ZACK STEEN zsteen@dailycorinthian.com

FARMINGTON — Sewer improvement bids were opened last week during a special Farmington city board meeting. The city received five sealed bids on the project that will add 44 new households to the sewer system, including 21 houses on county roads 130 and 121 and Farmington Road on the east side and 23 houses on county road 119 on the west side. Corinth-based Buzz Plaxico Dozer submitted the lowest bid of $214,495.35 for the west side and $152,280.71 for the east side, totaling $366,776.06. “I have looked over the Buzz Plaxico paperwork and

everything looks to be in order,” said Ricky Newcomb, engineer on the sewer improvement project. “My recommendation is to go with Buzz, because he submitted the lowest bid and he appears to have everything in order to begin work.” Newcomb said there may still be areas to save money. The city will use the remaining $71,000 of EPA Region 4 grant money. The grant, given to the city as part of the Small Municipal and Limited Population Counties Grant Program award, will cover some of the costs of adding homes to the city’s sewer system. The city is hoping to borrow the remaining money from North Mississippi Planning & Development.

“We can borrow up to $250,000 at a two percent interest rate and pay it back over the course of five to 20 years,” said Mayor Dale Fortenberry.

The other bids were: ■ W&T Contractors — west side, $251,855.80; east side, $214,321.66; total, $466,177.40 ■ Prairie Construction — west side, $340,031.05; east side, $211,128.30; total, $551,159.35 ■ Eubank Construction — west side, $309,618.00; east side, $242,568.00; total, $552,186.00 ■ Enscor LLC — west side, $326,844.00; east side, $252,568.00; total, $579,412.00

Paving project Phase one Mt. View Drive — 500 feet mill and overlay ■ Fulton Drive — From Hwy. 72 to Tate and Waldron to Linden; mill and overlay ■ Shiloh Road — From Tishomingo to Taylor; mill and overlay ■ North Shiloh Road — From Kendrick to 4107 N. Shiloh and from Hwy. 2 to Bynum Road; mill and overlay ■ Minor Road — From Shiloh Road to city limits; mill and overlay ■ Bunch Street — From Polk to Cass; mill and overlay ■ Droke Road — From Crater to MLK; mill and overlay ■ Salem Road — The hill at Hwy. 72; mill and overlay ■ Jackson Street — From Linden to Cruise; mill and overlay, curb and gutter ■ Cruise and Cass parking lot — Mill and overlay 25 percent of lot ■ Pinecrest Circle — Mill and overlay ■

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Phase two Fifth Street — Taylor to Webster; mill and overlay, curb and gutter ■ Young Street railroad underpass — Mill and overlay ■ Fulton Street — Proper to Foote; mill and overlay, curb and gutter ■ Douglas Street — Proper to Foote; mill and overlay, curb and gutter ■ Tate Street — Three spots between Cass and Parkway; mill and overlay, curb and gutter ■ Waldron Street — Fillmore to Taylor; mixing and overlay ■ Edgewood — Spot repairs; mixing and overlay ■ West Shiloh Road — Spot repairs; mixing and overlay ■ North Madison Street — 10 spots; some mixing and overlay, some mill and overlay ■ Patrick Drive — From first drive to bridge; mixing and overlay ■ Johns Street — Spot repairs ■ Wick Street — Fillmore to Cass; mill and overlay, repair ■

Phase three (as funds allow) Purdy School — Spot repairs; mixing and overlay ■ Forrest School Road — Spot repairs; mixing and overlay ■ Proper and Pinecrest intersection — Install truck turn ■ Proper and S. Parkway — Enlarge intersection ■

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unforeseen problem, we can’t do them right now.” The first 11 streets set for milling and overlay include sections of three of the busiest streets — Fulton Drive from Highway 72 to Tate Street and from Waldron to Linden, Shiloh Road from Tishomingo to Taylor Street, and North Shiloh Road from Kendrick Road to 4107 North Shiloh and from Highway 2 to Bynum Road. Round two will follow in the middle to latter part of June. “These are all roads that will require some significant prep work or repair work to be done,” said Verdung. “Most of these deal with base problems where the base underneath has to be repaired.” Among these is North Madison, where 10 spots are set to be fixed. Round two also includes an upgrade for the SoCo District, with additional parking and bulb-outs with landscaping similar to those on Fillmore Street coming to Wick Street, which will get milling and overlay from Fillmore to Cass. The street under the railroad underpass on Young Street will be milled and repaved. Over time, layers of asphalt have decreased the clear-

ance to the point that tall vehicles are scraping the bottom of the bridge. The final phase later in the year is dependent on what funding remains available through the bond. In addition to spot repairs on Purdy School Road and Forrest School Road, it includes the addition of a turning lane at Proper and Pinecrest to accommodate big trucks that currently do not have room to make the turn. The last phase also includes enlarging the intersection of Proper and South Parkway to help school busses make that turn. Traffic disruption with the work is expected to be minor. “When we get into some of these base repairs, there will be closures,” said Verdung. “We’ll have signage up to detour the traffic as necessary.” One street bumped off the list because of utility issues is Webster, where sewer work is anticipated. Others could also be delayed if utility issues are found. The street commissioner said it would take about this amount of paving every year in order to repave every city street on a 30-year cycle. A $1.6 million general obligation bond is paying for this and other infrastructure work.


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Woman on mission to aid Dream Center

Today’s Highlight in History: On April 27, 1521, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan was killed by natives in the Philippines.

On this date: In 1509, Pope Julius II placed the Republic of Venice under an interdict following its refusal to give up lands claimed by the Papal States. (The pope lifted the sanction in February 1510.) In 1777, the only land battle in Connecticut during the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Ridgefield, took place, resulting in a limited British victory. In 1805, during the First Barbary War, an American-led force of Marines and mercenaries captured the city of Derna, on the shores of Tripoli. In 1813, the Battle of York took place in Upper Canada during the War of 1812 as a U.S. force defeated the British garrison in present-day Toronto before withdrawing. In 1822, the 18th president of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant, was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio. In 1865, the steamer Sultana exploded on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tenn., killing more than 1,400 people, mostly freed Union prisoners of war. In 1938, King Zog I of the Albanians married Countess Geraldine Apponyi de Nagy-Apponyi. In 1941, German forces occupied Athens during World War II. In 1967, Expo ’67 was officially opened in Montreal by Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. In 1973, Acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray resigned after it was revealed that he’d destroyed files removed from the safe of Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt. In 1982, the trial of John W. Hinckley Jr., who had shot four people, including President Ronald Reagan, began in Washington. (The trial ended with Hinckley’s acquittal by reason of insanity.) In 1994, former President Richard M. Nixon was remembered at an outdoor funeral service attended by all five of his successors at the Nixon presidential library in Yorba Linda, Calif.

Ten years ago: Iraqi police moved into the streets of the besieged city of Fallujah following hours of pounding of Sunni insurgents by U.S. warplanes and artillery. A ruptured pipeline began spilling some 100,000 gallons of diesel fuel into Suisun Bay, east of San Francisco. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., beat back a tough primary threat, barely defeating conservative congressman Pat Toomey.

Five years ago: A 23-month-old Mexico City toddler died at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, becoming the first swine-flu death on U.S. soil.

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A different route put a Kendrick woman on the path to help. Dawn Briggs doesn’t normally pass by the Hope Dream Center Mission. Tate Street isn’t on her way to anywhere. Until now. “Tate Street isn’t a regular route for me,� said Briggs, a University of Mississippi student. “Seeing the Hope Dream Center Mission sign drew my attention.� “The Lord sent her here,� added Annie Saffore, president of the center board. Briggs and fellow Ole Miss student, Jennifer Byrd, recently held an event to raise money for the center. Although the event netted just over $218, the desire to help has opened the door to other ways for Briggs to make the shelter’s dream a reality. “I am praying about becoming the center director,� said Briggs. “It’s something that has to

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Home Dream Center Mission board president Annie Saffore (left) and Dawn Briggs spruce up a room available to homeless and battered women. Rising bills over an unusual cold winter put the center in a financial crunch. “During the winter, the bill was around $1,500 to $2,000 a month,� said Saffore. “Meeting the note wasn’t a problem. It was other expenses where we needed help.� Roof issues are the latest stumbling block in the way of the center fulfilling its mission of helping homeless people. “I know God put us on

come from God ‌ I am a little nervous about it.â€? Should Briggs decide to take the position, it would be August before she could begin the job. According to Saffore, a director is just what the center needs. “We aren’t in full operation right now because of funding,â€? said the board president. “We really need a director ‌ if we can find a director, the center can move forward.â€?

ident. “We still give out food and clothes. We are just hoping and praying things will work out.� The goal of the mission when it started was to offer a place where the homeless and troubled women could come and know someone cared about them. Those eligible for the shelter would be required to complete an application good for 28 days. If a longer stay was necessary, another 28-day form could be filled out. Woman and children would receive meals, a warm bed and lodging with clean bathrooms. Clients of the shelter would also be trained to live on their on. “Helping others gives me joy,� said Saffore. “A building and a willingness to help is already here,� added Briggs. “All we need to figure out is a way to make things work.�

their hearts,� said Saffore of Briggs and Byrd’s effort. “They wanted to come and help and didn’t want us to get discouraged.� Organizers of the center purchased the old Tate Baptist Church building in 2012 to turn it into a shelter for homeless women and children. Before any renovations could be done on the 36,000 square-foot facility, the center had to install a sprinkler system to meet city building ordinances. The completed project was finished at a cost around $30,000. “We have to pinpoint people we are trying to reach,� said Briggs. “It would be a huge endeavor, but a wonderful one as well.� “Every time we get discouraged, the Lord is there with people to help,� added Saffore. Home Dream Center Mission has helped two women get back on their feet. “People are always calling,� said the board pres-

BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

Today is Sunday, April 27, the 117th day of 2014. There are 248 days left in the year.

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(For more information about the Hope Dream Center call Saffore at 662-287-5659.)

Across the Region APTA’s holds 40th Annual Historic Tour BOLIVAR, Tenn. — The Hardeman County Chapter of APTA will conduct its annual historic home tour on May 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and May 4 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s theme is “Places in Time — 1824-2011.â€? The 150th anniversary of the burning of the Courthouse will be commemorated and characters in costume will perform dramas throughout the two day tour. Added to the tour this year, will be the first public showing of the Maxwell-Bertin House. Other sites include: The Pillars (1828), Magnolia Manor (1849), Little Courthouse Museum (1824), St. James Episcopal Church (1869), Ingram Hall at St. James (1840) with Saturday luncheon only, The Columns (1860), McNeal Place (1862), Polk Cemetery (1845) and Maxwell-Bertin House (2011) Tickets are $25 each or $20 for groups of 10 or more, seniors, students, and APTA members. They can be purchased via PayPal online on the APTA chapter’s website: www.thepillars.org or locally at The Chamber of Commerce or The Gallery on the Square in Bolivar. Tickets will also be sold at the Hardeman County Courthouse during the two-day event. Â

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Teachers deserve state pay increase Kudos to our state lawmakers for giving Mississippi school teachers a very deserving pay increase. There is always much discussion — especially in election years — of the importance of educating our youth so they can have the key to unlock their future. Yet, those with much of the responsibility to make our youth successful are some of the worst-paid professionals in the county. There is something horribly wrong with this picture. Gov. Phil Bryant signed a bill last week giving teachers a $2,500 pay increase over the next two years. Teachers will also still receive their normal annual raises. “I am extremely excited teachers are getting a state-funded pay increase,” Corinth District Superintendent Lee Childress recently told the Daily Corinthian. “It has been seven or eight years since teachers have received any additional state-funded raise, and it’s something that is well deserved.” We agree. The bill includes a $1,500 raise July 1 and a $1,000 raise to follow in the budget year beginning July 1, 2015. Mississippi had the second-lowest average teacher pay in the nation in 2013 at $41,994, according to a survey by the National Education Association. Thanks to South Dakota, the Magnolia State isn’t ranked 50th — not exactly bragging rights when trying to recruit bluechip industry paying good wages. “Every year, our students lose good teachers to our neighboring states which pay $5,000-$10,000 more than Mississippi,” noted Joyce Helmick, president of the Mississippi Association of Educators. “The MAE is thrilled our efforts to improve teacher pay has been successful and applaud the legislature and governor for listening to educators.” Helmick speaks of what can happen and has happened over the years right here in our own backyard. Teachers can earn more in neighboring McNairy and Hardin counties in Tennessee than the Alcorn School District or Corinth School District. Starting in 2016-17, teachers will also be eligible for merit payments. Schools will get merit payments — split among all teachers and employees — but excluding administrators such as principals. Schools which rate an “A’’ on the state’s A-to-F system will get $100 per student; schools which move up one grade will get the same. Schools rated “B’’ will get $75 per student. This is a good idea. Reward excellence and a job well done. Teachers also will get their yearly step raise of at least $495. Those with advanced degrees are set to get larger annual raises. Cost of the raises will be $60 million in the first year and an additional $40 million in year two. We believe this to be a good investment. The bill also pledges to develop some sort of pay plan for high-performing teachers in lower-rated schools before 2016-17. Teaching is a calling. It’s a thankless job. If each of us thinks of an individual who has made an impact on our lives, certainly a teacher will come to most people’s minds. Thanks to all teachers for the job they do and thanks to our lawmakers for doing the right thing by giving educators a bigger paycheck.

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Prayer for today Heavenly Father, thou hast made my life dear; forgive me if I have made dearer the things that I have put around it. Many days have been used for costly things that have faded and are laid aside. May I realize the meaning of days that have been lost. Make me more concerned for what I put in the days to come. Amen.

A verse to share “Neither have I gone back from the commandment of his lips; I have esteemed the words of his mouth more than my necessary food.” — Job 23:12

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Treating Putin as a pariah “Mr. Obama is focused on isolating President Vladimir V. Putin’s Russia by cutting off its economic and political ties to the outside world ... and effectively making it a pariah state.” So wrote Peter Baker in Sunday’s New York Times. Yet if history is any guide, this “pariah policy,” even if adopted, will not long endure. Three years after Khrushchev sent tanks into Hungary, he was touring the USA and celebrating with Ike the new “Spirit of Camp David.” Half a year after Khrushchev moved missiles into Cuba, JFK was talking detente is his famous speech at American University. Three weeks after Moscow incited the Arabs in the Six-Day War, Lyndon Johnson was meeting with Premier Alexei Kosygin in New Jersey, where the “Spirit of Glassboro,” was born. So it went through the Cold War. Post-crises, U.S. presidents reached out to Soviet leaders. For they saw Russia as too large and too powerful to be isolated and ostracized like North Korea. These presidents also understood that the American people wanted constant efforts made to reduce tensions and avoid war with a vast country with thousands of nuclear weapons. We may not have liked the Soviets. We could not ignore them. But if throwing Putin out of the frat house and off

campus is an unsustainable policy, what of the hawkish calls for a return to Cold War Patrick containment Buchanan and military countermeaColumnist sures against Russia? Well, let us inspect them one by one. We are urged to go back to building a missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic. But this is a project of years. How would that make our allies more secure? How would Angela Merkel respond to that? Among Reagan’s achievements was persuading Russia to pull its triple-warhead SS-20s out of Eastern Europe, in return for our taking our Pershing and cruise missiles out of Western Europe. Do we really want to reverse the Reagan triumph of 1987? Some conservatives want to send arms to Ukraine. But given the performance of Ukraine’s army in the Crimean crisis, we would be provoking a war Ukraine could not win, while ensuring the casualty count would be higher. And as almost no Americans favor U.S. “boots on the ground,” the result of a Russia-Ukraine war our arms provoked would be a beaten Ukrainian army and

an occupied country. Others urge Obama to move U.S. troops permanently into Poland, the Baltic states and Romania. Will Germany, Spain, Italy, France and Britain be sending troops as well? Is there any time between now and eternity when the world’s richest continent will provide the soldiers for its own defense? Another idea gaining currency is that we should start shipping oil and gas to Europe to reduce its dependency on Russia. Certainly, U.S. energy independence, and the restoration of our lately lost industrial independence, is a good idea. But weaning Europe off the Russian gas on which it so heavily depends is another project of years, if not a decade. Meanwhile, Russia could build pipelines to a fuelhungry China and cement a Moscow-Beijing alliance, the rupture of which was Richard Nixon’s great achievement. Are we thus left with no options, in Nixon’s phrase, a “pitiful helpless giant” in preventing Ukraine’s absorption by Russia? By no means. But as Henry Kissinger argues, “the demonization of Putin is not a policy. It is an alibi for the absence of one.” What we must recognize is that, Beltway bluster about U.S. troops in the Baltic and warships in the Black Sea aside, the United

States is not going to war with Russia over Ukraine, or Estonia. For we cannot defend Estonia either. By bringing the Baltic nations into NATO, as some of us loudly warned at that time, we were handing out war guarantees no sane president was going to honor. As we hold a weak hand in Ukraine, we should let Putin take the lead. If what he wants is a Ukraine that is not in NATO, a Ukraine that is decentralized, where the East retains cultural and economic ties to Russia while the West has ties to Europe, that is no threat to us. What should we do if Putin seizes Southern Ukraine to Odessa? What did Ike do about Hungary in 1956, or JFK do when the Wall went up? What did LBJ do about Czechoslovakia in 1968, or Reagan do when Solidarity was crushed? Mature leaders, they accepted militarily what they could not prevent. Like those presidents, Obama should take the military option off the table and use his diplomatic, political and economic weapons, and keep communications open. There are big issues, like terrorism, where we still agree. Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?”

Stevens proposes new Constitutional amendments Honestly, unless you are a big government liberal, how many people think the federal government should have more power than it already exercises over its citizens? Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, 94, thinks the Constitution needs at least six amendments in order to bring the country more in line with what he believes is good for us. He outlines them in his new book, “Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution.” It is a revealing look into liberal thinking and the ideological opposite of radio talk show host Mark Levin’s book, “The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic.” More about that in a moment. Stevens elaborated on his book in an interview with USA Today. One of his priorities would be to change the Second Amendment. As he writes in his book, “...the Second Amendment, which was adopted to protect the states from federal interference with their power to ensure that their militias were “well regulated,” has given federal judges the ultimate power to determine the validity of state regulations of

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both civilian and militiarelated uses of arms. That anomalous result can be avoided Cal by adding Thomas five words to the text of Columnist the Second Amendment to make it unambiguously conform to the original intent of its draftsmen. As so amended, it would read: ‘A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms WHEN SERVING IN THE MILITIA shall not be infringed.’” I doubt Stevens’ update would get much traction in Congress. The Second Amendment was written and ratified precisely because the Founders had personal experience with how a tyrannical government can restrict, even eliminate, liberty if its citizens are not armed for their own and liberty’s defense. Stevens’ second proposal would change the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment to include the death penalty, which he has long opposed. The chances of that passing Congress are

about the same as his first proposal. He thinks the First Amendment’s free speech clause does not prohibit government from restricting the amount of money spent on political campaigns, contrary to recent majority opinions by the current Supreme Court. In the Court’s 1992 verdict on Planned Parenthood vs. Casey, Stevens wrote, “The social costs of overruling (Roe) at this late date would be enormous. Roe is an integral part of a correct understanding of both the concept of liberty and the basic equality of men and women.” Stevens’ moral compass is out of whack when he favors preserving the lives of convicted murderers, but no protection for the unborn, even after viability up to the moment of birth. Mark Levin’s book is far more in line with the Founder’s thinking than is Stevens’ approach to the Constitution. Levin wants to place the federal government back within its constitutional boundaries by using a provision in Article 5 that allows two-thirds of state legislatures to call a constitutional convention. His proposal would strictly limit what delegates could

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do so as to avoid a runaway convention that could damage the Constitution. Levin believes a state-called constitutional convention is the only way to stop the “blob” of the federal government, which, like a B-movie monster, continues to “eat” away at our freedoms and at everincreasing costs. Most of Levin’s proposed reform amendments return decision-making authority, in key respects, to the state legislatures, limit the power of the Washington ruling class through term limits and state overrides and breathe new life into free-market capitalism and private property rights. This is what we need. Not more of Stevens’ liberal thinking, which unfortunately, his successor, Elena Kagan, seems to replicate. It is another reminder, if one is needed, that elections matter. This November, the balance of power on the Court, the future of the Constitution and possibly the country may be at stake. (Cal Thomas’ latest book is “What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America” is available in bookstores now. Readers may email Cal Thomas at tcaeditors@tribune.com.)

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Diggers begin to unearth E.T. games ALAMOGORDO, N.M. — A construction crew is digging through several feet of dirt and trash in a New Mexico landfill to reach what they believe is a giant cache of cartridges from what some call the worst video game ever made. About 200 of residents and game enthusiasts gathered early Saturday in southeastern New Mexico to watch backhoes and bulldozers dig through the concrete-covered landfill in search of up to a million discarded copies of “E.T. The Extraterrestrial” that the game’s maker wanted to hide forever. But strong winds that kicked up massive clouds of dust mingled with garbage led some to leave the Alamogordo site. Among the watchers was Armando Ortega, a city official who back in 1983 got a tip from a landfill employee about the massive dump of games. “It was pitch dark here that night, but we came with our flashlights and found dozens of games,” he said. They braved the darkness, coyotes and snakes of the desert landfill and had to sneak past the security guard. But it paid off. He says they found dozens of crushed cartridges that they took home and were still playable in their game consoles. The game and its contribution to the demise of Atari have been the source of fascination for video game enthusiasts for 30 years. The search for the cartridges will be featured in an upcoming documentary about the biggest video game company of the early ‘80s.

‘Big data’ use has potential for bias WASHINGTON — A White House review of how the government and private sector use large sets of data has found that such information could be used to discriminate against Americans on issues such as housing and employment even as it makes their lives easier in many ways. “Big data” is everywhere. It allows mapping apps to ping cellphones anonymously and determine, in real time, what roads are the most congested. But it also

can be used to target economically vulnerable people. The issue came up during a 90-day review ordered by President Barack Obama, White House counselor John Podesta said in an interview with The Associate Press. Podesta did not discuss all the findings, but said the potential for discrimination is an issue that warrants a closer look. Federal laws have not kept up with the rapid development of technology in a way that would shield people from discrimination. The review, expected to be released within the next week, is the Obama administration’s first attempt at addressing the vast landscape of challenges, beyond national security and consumer privacy, posed by technological advancements. President Barack Obama requested the review in January, when he called for changes to some of the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs that amass large amounts of data belonging to Americans and foreigners. The technology that enabled those programs also enables others used in the government and the private sector. The White House separately has reviewed the NSA programs and proposed changes to rein in the massive collection of Americans’ phone records and emails.

Stabbing suspect under evaluation HARTFORD, Conn. — A teenager charged with stabbing a fellow high school student to death on the day of their junior prom is being held in a hospital under psychiatric evaluation where he will likely remain for two weeks, one of his attorneys said Saturday. The 16-year-old suspect, who was charged as a juvenile offender, will not appear at an arraignment scheduled for Monday in New Haven, attorney Richard Meehan said. The teenager is accused of fatally stabbing Maren Sanchez, 16, in the hallway of Jonathan Law High School in Milford. The attack occurred Friday morning, hours before the school’s junior prom, and authorities were investigating whether Sanchez was stabbed after turning down the suspect’s invitation to the dance. The victim’s cousin, Edward Kovac, said Fri-

day in a statement on behalf of the family that they are shocked and devastated. He said Sanchez was “a bright light full of hopes and dreams with her future at her fingertips.” Meehan said the suspect’s family is also reeling from the attack. “His family is devastated not only for him, but the youngster who was killed. It’s a terrible situation all the way around,” Meehan said. The suspect could be charged as an adult, but he would need to appear in court for that to happen. State’s Attorney Kevin Lawlor said several factors go into that decision, including the seriousness of the charges.

West Point pushes for more women WEST POINT, N.Y. — West Point wants more women. With female cadets representing less than one in five cadets in the Long Gray Line, the U.S. Military Academy is taking steps to boost the number of women arriving here this summer and beyond. West Point’s new superintendent said the moves — which include more outreach and the cultivation of competitive candidates — will help keep the storied academy ahead of the curve now that the Pentagon is lifting restrictions for women in combat jobs. “We obviously have to increase the female population for a number of reasons. One is because there are more opportunities in the branches for the females,” Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen Jr. said. Women have been a presence at the nation’s military academies since 1976. Female cadets here can grow their hair longer than the standard military buzzcut and can wear stud earrings. But they carry the same heavy packs, march the same miles and graduate with the same second lieutenant bars the men here do. “I carry the heavy weapons whenever we do field training exercises,” said Cadet Austen Boroff, a woman who refuses to be outsoldiered by her male peers. “I’ll take the machine guns, so I’m taking more weight.” And cadets like Boroff remain in the minority, just as they do in the broader military. The Air Force and Naval academies say their student bodies are about 22 percent female.

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Hancock Fabrics plans to go private TUPELO — Hancock Fabrics says it plans to stop being a publicly traded company, allowing executives to focus on improving its business. The company, based in Tupelo, announced its decision Friday. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports the change has been approved by the Hancock Fabrics board of directors and must be approved by shareholders in August. The company trades under the symbol HKFI, and shares closed at 96 cents each Friday. James Brown, the company’s chief financial officer, says being publicly traded “really isn’t that beneficial, and the costs outweigh the benefits.” The company entered bankruptcy protection in 2007 and emerged in 2008. It has made an annual profit only once since, in 2009.

Shallow channel a problem for marina PASCAGOULA — Boaters say they’re having problems with a shallow channel that leads to Pascagoula’s Inner Harbor Marina. City and county officials agree the channel needs to be dredged. But, they say the project is expensive and they don’t know where they’ll find the money. The Sun Herald reports that over the years, the current has dumped sand into the channel, making the channel as shallow as 3 feet in some places. That means some boats can only go in or out of the marina during high tide. Jackson County Supervisor Mike Mangum says that in 2013, the county hired an engineering firm to determine what it would take to dredge 2,200 feet of the channel. The cost estimate was $1.2 million.

campus authorities after the student’s carbon monoxide detector sounded. “If she had not had it, it could have been bad, especially overnight when people are sleeping,” said Oxford Fire Chief Cary Sallis. Campus housing workers checked carbon monoxide levels in the dorm before calling the Oxford Fire Department. Sallis said the source of the carbon monoxide was a malfunctioning boiler. Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas produced by combustible engines, appliances and heating systems, and is poisonous to humans. It’s unclear how long the gas had been leaking at Hefley before the detector caught it, but freshman Kenya Wheeler said she started feeling dizzy minutes after entering her room. Along with headaches, dizziness is one of the first symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. Wheeler said she saw firefighters walking from room to room with hand-held devices that emit beeps before finally ordering the evacuation, but she didn’t learn the reason until later she was already safely out of her room.

Governor signs suffrage bills for 3 JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant has signed bills to restore the voting rights of three people convicted of felonies. In Mississippi, the only way to restore the right to vote after a a felony conviction is through the Legislature passing a suffrage bill. Only three people were approved to have their voting rights restored this year. Donald F. Jones of Gulfport, who was convicted of grand larceny

in Wayne County, Mississippi, in 1978, was one of the three. “I’m 63 and have never voted in my life. Voting and the political process had been of no concern to me since I couldn’t vote, but it will be now,” Jones told The Clarion-Ledger. Jones said he doesn’t know yet when he will cast his first vote in an election. He said he only recently learned about the process of having the right restored. State Rep. Sonya Williams-Barnes, D-Gulfport, said she was proud to file the bill to restore Jones’ right to vote. “He came to me and requested it,” WilliamsBarnes said. “I think people should have the right to vote after serving their debt to society. The right to vote is important to me and has always been important in my upbringing. I hope one day that we allow some of those convicted of felonies to have their right to vote restored automatically after serving their sentence.”

Smithville dedicating government complex SMITHVILLE — The town of Smithville is dedicating its new government complex, the last municipal building to be rebuilt after a 2011 deadly tornado. The Monroe Journal reports the event will run from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday with a speech by Mississippi first lady Deborah Bryant. Tours will follow. Officials broke ground for the building on Mississippi Highway 25 on Oct. 13, 2013. Century Construction built the new facility and Broaddus and Associates were the project managers. The north Mississippi town was devastated by the storm, which struck on April 27, 2011.

Ole Miss considers dorm gas monitors OXFORD (AP) — The University of Mississippi will consider installing carbon monoxide monitors in dormitories after a student’s monitor detected high levels of the harmful gas, the school’s spokesman says. Firefighters evacuated dozens of students from a women’s dorm, Hefley Hall, for about an hour Thursday. No one was injured. The Clarion-Ledger reports that a parent of a dorm resident called

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FHU hosts 2 Duck Dynasty stars HENDERSON, Tenn. — Tickets and sponsorships are still available for the Freed-Hardeman University 2014 Sports Advisory Council Benefit on May 10 featuring A&E “Duck Dynasty” stars Si Robertson and Jep Robertson. The event raises funds for intercollegiate athletics at the university. “The evening should be filled with great entertainment, laughter and even a few surprises. We hope the event is a great success as we raise funds to support FHU studentathletes,” FHU Athletic Director Mike McCutchen said. The dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. in Brewer Sports Center and the program will follow at 7 p.m. in Loyd Auditorium. All proceeds from the event go to benefit the Freed-Hardeman athletic department. Si, the youngest brother of Phil Robertson, has worked and hunted for Duck Commander since retiring from the United States Army in 1993. Si spends his time making

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Mike McCutchen all of the reeds for the Duck Commander calls and working out on the land with Phil preparing for the next duck season. He recently published a book entitled “Si-Cology 1: Tales and Wisdom from Duck Dynasty’s Favorite Uncle.” Si lives in West Monroe, La., with his wife Christine. The youngest son of Phil and Kay Robertson, Jules Jeptha “Jep” Robertson grew up in the duck blind. Utilizing these years of experience for his role as the cameraman and editor for the family business, Jep is able to think like a hunter behind the camera and therefore capture excellent footage for the Duckmen DVD series. Jep continues with the

goal his father began years ago, bringing the “Duckmen style” of hunting out of the swamps, into the editing room and into the homes of duck hunting enthusiasts around the world. Jep’s passion for capturing the hunt on camera was stoked when he made his filming debut in “Duckmen X” and it remains his favorite Duckmen DVD to date. Jep resides in West Monroe with his wife, Jessica, and their four children: Lily, Merritt, Priscilla and River. Tickets may be purchased by calling the athletics office at 731-9896900 or 731-989-6901.

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Championship — $3,000 (16 tickets, priority seating, dinner and three photos) Executive — $2,000 (12 tickets, priority seating, dinner and 2 photos) Diamond — $1,200 (8 tickets, floor seating, dinner and two photos) Gold — $1,000 (6 tickets, floor seating, dinner and one photo) Silver — $800 (4 tickets, floor seating, dinner and one photo) Maroon — $500 (2 tickets, floor seating, dinner and one photo) The Sports Advisory Council Benefit is an annual event with the purpose of supporting FHU Athletics. The funds that are raised are used to enhance FHU sports teams and provide the resources needed to compete at the national level.

be acceptable. “If the driver’s license is expired, you go from 10 years from the date of issue, not from the date of expiration,” said John Peebles, 2nd district election commissioner. The Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office has seen several groups emerge who are in need of a voter ID card. “If you know of an elderly female who never drove at all, we’re seeing several of those,” said Jeremy Martin, north Mississippi services coordinator, while visiting Corinth this past week. “The second group are elderly citizens who live either with a caretaker or with a child and no longer drive a car. A third group would be adult handicapped children who still live with a caretaker or with their parents and never drive an automobile.” Anyone who does not have an acceptable ID

will be allowed to vote by affidavit ballot. Those individuals then have five working days to visit the clerk’s office and show identification — potentially delaying certification of election results by as much as a week. With it being a smaller election — turnout of 3,000 to 4,000 is expected — Caldwell and the commissioners are expecting it to go fairly smoothly. “There will be a learning curve for all the voters but, after this time, they ought to get the hang of it,” said Keith Settlemires, 4th district election commissioner. In the Corinth election, City Clerk Vickie Roach said she hopes voters will have their IDs ready as they come in to vote. “It may slow the election process down a little bit,” she said. Most of the city’s poll workers are also county

poll workers who will have already run an election with voter ID. A big part of their training will focus on the new law. Caldwell said the message to poll workers will be clear: “It doesn’t matter if it’s your own mother — you better check the ID.” The only group not required to show an ID is those who vote absentee by mail. Anyone who wants to get a voter ID card is asked to bring a document such as a Social Security card; birth certificate; recent utility bill, bank statement or paycheck; or a Mississippi voter registration card to the clerk’s office. There is no fee, and the voter ID card arrives by mail seven to 10 days later. Transportation to the clerk’s office is available by calling 1-844-6786837.

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Funeral services for Joe Frank Morton Sr., 78, of Corinth, are set for 2 p.m. today at Oakland Baptist Church with burial at Lone Oak Baptist Church Cemetery. Visitation is from 1 p.m. until service time at the church. Mr. Morton died Friday, April 25, 2014, at Magnolia Regional Health Center. Born July 27, 1935, he was a retired driver/operator for Corinth Ready Mix/B&B Concrete for 42 years. A member of Oakland Baptist Church, he loved his family and friends and enjoyed making and selling concrete stepping stones and blocks and hunting turkey and deer. Survivors include his wife of 54 years, Pauline Arnold Morton of Corinth; a son, Joe Morton (Angie) of Biggersville; a daughter, Tina Little (Jim) of Kossuth; a sister, Frances Morton Ramer of Corinth; three grandchildren, Ashton Zapf (Noah), Tyler Nelms and Logan Morton; one great-grandson, Hudson Zapf; other relatives; and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, James Douglas Morton and Ruby Dilworth Morton; three brothers, Robert Morton, Roy D. Morton and Marcus Morton; and five sisters, Jennie Harmon, Louise Lancaster, Pauline Carpenter, Tommie Wolff and Margaret Haley. Pallbearers are John Paul Waldon, Glenn Dempsey, James Larry Cornelius, Jimmy Smith, Tyler Nelms and Logan Morton. Bro. Dyer Harbor and Dr. Randy Bostick will officiate the service under the direction of Magnolia Funeral Home. For on-line condolences: magnoliafuneralhome.net

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elections later this year. The Alcorn County Circuit Clerk’s Office has issued four voter ID cards thus far. Among those asking questions about voter ID, some do not need it. Circuit Clerk Joe Caldwell said someone asked him this past week, “I’ve got a driver’s license. Have I got to have a voter ID?” The answer is “no.” In addition to a driver’s license, the acceptable IDs are a photo ID issued by any branch, department or entity of the state; a U.S. passport; government employee ID; firearms license; student ID from a Mississippi university or community college; U.S. military ID; tribal photo ID; and a photo ID issued by any U.S. government entity or any state government. Even an expired ID can

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Travis Barnes

WALNUT — Travis Barnes, 80, died Saturday, April 26, 2014, at Magnolia Regional Health Center. Arrangements are pending with Corinthian Funeral Home.

Jewel Starkey

IUKA — Jewel Starkey, 94, died Friday, April 25, 2014, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Iuka. Visitation is Tuesday from 6 until 8 p.m. at Spring Hill United Methodist Church.

Joyce Wheeler

Joyce Wheeler died Saturday, April 26, 2014, at Magnolia Regional Health Center. Arrangements are pending with Memorial Funeral Home.

Fannie Jo Nix

IUKA — Funeral services for Fannie Jo Nix, 80, are set for 1 p.m. today at Cutshall Funeral Home Chapel in Iuka with burial at Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Ms. Nix died Friday, April 25, 2014, at her residence. Survivors include one daughter, Heather Blakney of Iuka; one brother, Cecil Nix (Ruthene) of Iuka; and two grandchildren, Morgan and Maddison Blakney. She was preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Annie Nix. Visitation was Saturday evening.

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member of the Corinth Music Club. They can also be picked up from Ginger’s. A $10 donation is requested for each ticket. “Our community is so fortunate to have people such as Jane representing us nationally and internationally,” said Alexander. Hailed for her dazzling virtuosity and charismatic charm, Redding wows audiences with her near-flawless musicianship, thrilling high notes and wide-ranging versatility. The noted performer has received numerous rave reviews. “Soprano Jane Redding can only be described as brilliant, running off cascades of coloratura phrases with

such apparent ease that only the stratospheric heights of the tessitura betray the difficulties of such passages,” stated the Des Moines Register of her role as Zerbinetta in ARIADNE AUF NAXOS. “Her vivacious and sometimes poignant portrayal of Zerbinetta makes it difficult to imagine anyone playing the role with more distinction.” “Redding is a pert bundle of Straussian felicity as Zerbinetta,” stated Opera Now. “She turned the stage into her own private singles-bar while tossing off the most death-defying, high-wire coloratura feats with disarming agility, accuracy and verbal point.” (For more information about “An Evening with Jane Redding” call 662-415-2601.)

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of election procedures from the secretary of state’s office, a campaign finance guide, and a candidate qualifying guide that includes forms to file with the clerk’s office. At City Hall, the clerk’s office has had some inquiries but no increase to speak of as the qualifying period nears, said City Clerk Vickie Roach. The primary election for party candidates is set for Sept. 16 with runoffs to follow Sept. 30. The general election is set for Oct. 14, and the new term of office will begin Nov. 3.

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Water association to receive funds BOONEVILLE — Big V Water Association is among the recipients of grant and loan funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture marking Earth Day. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack celebrated Earth Day Tuesday by announcing record support for 116 projects that will improve water and wastewater services for rural Americans and benefit the environment. Among the grant recipients is the Big V Water Association. The association will receive a $1.4 million grant through the Farm Bill and a loan from USDA of $1.8 million for upgrades to the water system. Big V is the only Mississippi recipient of the Earth Day investments.

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Alcorn schools named as Value Added Schools Special to the Daily Corinthian

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY — Local schools from the Alcorn School District have been recognized at the recent statewide conference of the Program of Research and Evaluation of Public Schools (PREPS) for being named as a Value Added School. Over 1,000 Mississippi schools’ assessment results were recorded on the Mississippi Statewide Accountability System for 2012-13. The PREPS value-added analysis resulted in 321 schools statewide designated as value-added schools. Of these schools, 215 are members of PREPS, and these 215 are the 2013 PREPS Value Added Award recipients. The awards were presented during the 2014 PREPS-MAPE Conference, March 19-20, at the Pearl River Resort in

Choctaw. Over 600 educators and business leaders were present at the 2014 PREPS-MAPE Conference. The following schools were recognized for outstanding performance Alcorn Central Middle School and Kossuth Middle School in SATP2 Algebra I; Kossuth High School in SATP2 Biology I and SATP2 English II; Kossuth Elementary School, Alcorn Central Middle School, Rienzi Elementary School and Glendale Elementary School in MCT2 Language Arts; and Kossuth Elementary School and Rienzi Elementary School in MCT2 Mathematics. PREPS Value Added analysis began in June 1997. PREPS Value Added analysis allows for comparisons of educational performance among Mississippi Schools, taking into account (or holding

constant) the impact of differences in the socioeconomic background of the students considered in the research. The model is used in the PREPS Value Added Awards Program to identify schools which are adding value by performing significantly better than other schools with comparable socioeconomic circumstances. The Value Added analysis produces a band of predicted score performance and recognizes those schools which are performing above the predicted band. Using MCT2 and SATP2 school level scale score averages for 2012-13 assessments reported by the Mississippi Department of Education under the Mississippi Assessment and Accountability Reporting System (MAARS) and the school socioeconomic indicator (percent of students on free or reduced lunch),

PREPS has performed Value Added analysis at the elementary through high school levels. PREPS is a private non-profit consortium of school districts whose purpose is to develop and implement educational products and services that help manage and support districts’ efforts to demonstrate improvement in their instructional programs. PREPS is supported by the College of Education at Mississippi State University and is housed in the Center for Educational Partnerships, the service division of the college. Collaboration among member districts enables each district to benefit from the development of products and services that no single district is capable of developing alone. (For more information, contact 662-325-3720.)

Alcorn School District Superintendent Gina Rogers Smith and Programs Director Jennifer Wigginton were in Starkville recently to accept the Value Added School award at the statewide conference of the Program of Research and Evaluation of Public Schools (PREPS).

Math competition Sweep Stake winners Corinth High School Warrior Marching Band recently participated in the Mississippi State Band Evaluation in Pearl. The group won a “Sweep Stake”, which is the highest honor given during the competition. The band also received a Gold rating. CHS band directors are Bruce Dodds, Ben Mitchell and Tommy Thompson.

Approximately 100 seventh and eighth graders from Northeast Mississippi Community College’s five-county district of Alcorn, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo and Union counties competed for top honors at the college’s annual Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) district junior high math competition on Friday, February 28. Participants from Alcorn County include (front row l-r) Ali Jones of Kossuth, Morgan Hodum of Kossuth, Bragg Hamlin of Biggersville, Adam Harris of Biggersville, Lily Anna Nelms of Alcorn Central, Lindsey Dunn of Alcorn Central, Chris Miller of Alcorn Central, Elly Nash of Biggersville along with (back row l-r) Treven Knight of Corinth, Grantly Grady of Corinth, Nick Craven of Corinth, Caleb Henson of Corinth, Cody Bryan of Kossuth, Charlie Meeks of Kossuth, Tayton Smith of Alcorn Central and Peyton Nelms of Biggersville.

Corinth Elementary announces honor roll for fifth six weeks Corinth Elementary Fifth Six Weeks Honor Roll First Grade - All A’s: Ruth Sawyer Albright, Baylee Ann Bain, Riley Barker, BJ Battle, Addison Benjamin, Landon Bonds, Nathan Britton, Grayson Brooks, Madeline Brooks, Lexi Kate Burcham, Lennon Bush, Ethan Chappelle, Kazuma Choji, An Zhen Cornelius, Faith Cox, Aubrey Curtis, Sarah Katherine Curtis, Anna Dejuan, Cooper Elliott, Griffin Enis, Andrew Evetts, Mary Morgan Gardecki, Madison Gates, Ally Grace, Samuel Gray, Haley Guare, Cayden Harris, Zy’Vere Hastings, Laken Hodum, Henry Huggins, Cooper Hughes, Mikirah Hurd, Karlee James, Alaina Klink, Maryn Latch, Camden Lewis, Vela Lira Avina, Caden Little, Kaden Locker, Janet Mai, Sheridian Marlar, Timmons McGrath, Katelyn Mitchell, Jack Newcomb, Jackson Norman, Raul Null, Matt Oaks, John Orman, Hannah Osborn, Baylor Pratt, Izzie Plunk, Callie Pounders, Fiona Ross, Cole Sanders, Scarlett Sanders, Cade Shelly, Sheridian Shipp, Summer Simmons, Lucy Smith, Morgan Smith, Tate Smith, John Stanley, Mystyrus Stegall, Tilden Studdard, Jacob Tran, Bryant Unger, Lilly Grace Vandiver, Conner Wiginton, Matt Williams, Trey Williams, Maria Yepez; A’s & B’s: Will Adams, Anatasia Alexander, Callie Barrett, Miracle Bell, Brooklyn Bowles, Briley Briggs, Chance Brown, Meleke Burdine, Ethan Butler, Samuel Counce, J’Korianna Crump, David Damien, Liliana Del Angel, Aiyana Delano, Landry Dillman, John Thomas Draper, Jaden Edwards, Haley Elrod, Ben Erwin, Jon Worth Garrett, Samaudjay Golden, Sarah Gray, Monae Green, Quimora Green, Avery Greene, Will Hanson, Rose Hardin, Johnathan Hartley, Jaya Hoey,

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145.00 137.12 135.75 139.80 141.85 142.85 142.75

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120.30 121.47 119.75 118.80 80.00 87.80 85.67

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93.21 93.52 82.88 82.85 82.19 81.72 81.65

89.35 90.73 81.10 80.97 80.60 81.21 81.03

Crossroads Body Shop Crossroads Body Shop LLC at 2666 S. Harper Road in Corinth held its grand opening and ribbon cutting on April 4. Owner Preston Knight was joined for the celebration by Corinth Mayor Tommy Irwin, other local officials, friends, family and supporters.

C Spire named top innovator For the Daily Corinthian

RIDGELAND — For the third consecutive year, C Spire has been named one of the top business technology innovators in the U.S. by InformationWeek. C Spire executives learned about the ranking during an awards program at the 26th annual InformationWeek Conference in Las Vegas. The company’s Information Technology and Analytics teams were recognized for implementing PULSE, a proprietary in-house business analytics platform. Last year, C Spire’s PERCS customer loyalty rewards program was honored and in 2012 the company’s customer relationship management system and middleware was featured in the rankings. C Spire placed 35th overall on the annual list, which was narrowed this year from 500 to a more elite 100 companies and organizations

Cara Lewis Vice president of IT nationwide. The Ridgeland-based telecommunications and technology services company was the top-ranked telecommunications provider in the U.S. on the list, ahead of Comcast and Verizon, and the only Mississippi firm to receive honors. Last year, C Spire placed 160th on the annual list and in 2012 the company placed 49th overall and ranked the best among all U.S. wireless communications providers. InformationWeek Elite 100, the most prestigious business technology ranking, identifies and honors the nation’s most innova-

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Coming Up In The Daily Corinthian United Way of Corinth-Alcorn County hosts its annual appreciation banquet this week. See Staff Writer Steve Beavers’ coverage coming this Thursday.

Medications left at home cause vacation headaches DEAR ABBY: I have worked in a pharmacy for 30 years, and every summer it’s the same story. People forget their medication and leave it at home. Why do people not Abigail realize that Van Buren their meds should be one of the Dear Abby FIRST things they pack? Yes, we can call their pharmacist back home to get a transfer, but if the prescription was just filled, their insurance will not go through, or they’ll have to wait while we call for a vacation override. Please, people -- remember your medications, and if you don’t plan on spending a while sitting around our pharmacy waiting for us to call your hometown pharmacy, and possibly your insurance company, then don’t get angry at us when it takes longer than the 15 minutes you expected. I love my job. But I’m beginning to dread irresponsible, crabby tourists who know they need their blood pressure meds every day and expect us to drop whatever we’re doing to take care of

them. -- PHRUSTRATED PHARMACIST IN MONTANA DEAR PHARMACIST: I sympathize with your “phrustration,” so I’m printing your heartfelt letter, hoping it will help you to lower YOUR blood pressure. I don’t think the people you describe are irresponsible as much as they may be disorganized. The way I have solved this problem is to keep multiple copies of a printed list of items I must have when I travel. As I pack, I check them off my list -and before I close my travel bag, I double-check to make sure nothing has been forgotten. Perhaps others will find this helpful. DEAR ABBY: What’s up with penmanship these days? A few years ago, my mother gave me some old letters written by my grandfather to my grandmother. Some of them are treasures because the written words are not only loving and endearing, but the penmanship is beautiful. The script writings are actually examples of “art” in this modern age. I work at a bank, Abby, and many of the signatures I see every day are illegible. Is written communication becoming obsolete? With the electronic age and schools going paperless, will penmanship become unnecessary? -- MARY IN HUNTSVILLE, ALA.

DEAR MARY: Years ago, penmanship was routinely taught in the public schools, and students spent nearly an hour a day practicing how to write legibly. Today, I am told that 10 minutes is devoted to teaching students to PRINT. If the emails I receive are any indication, capitalization and punctuation are also being jettisoned. And if the electric grid ever goes down and battery power runs out, we’ll have to start over with stone tablets and chisels. DEAR ABBY: I know it’s rude to ask workers how much money they make, but does that also apply to asking a student what his or her grades are? Aside from parents and teachers, I don’t think it’s anybody’s business how I’m doing academically. In my opinion, asking, “How are your grades?” is as rude as asking, “How much money do you make?” What do you think? -- MATT IN EUGENE, ORE. DEAR MATT: I’m with you. How about coming back with, “I’ll forgive you for asking if you’ll forgive me for not answering.” 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.

Horoscopes ARIES (March 21-April 19). You’ll break up a kind of bottleneck situation this afternoon. Because you’re so decisive, you’ll get things moving when others around you are stuck between options. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). People who look alike are in fact very different. Generalizations lead to mistakes. Go carefully and respectfully as you find out exactly whom you are dealing with. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You feel that you have something to prove, if only to yourself. Let those inclined to worry do just that, while you concern yourself with how you can live to the fullest. CANCER (June 22-July 22). A new area of interest opens up. The first step to a good education in the matter is to develop a sense of what is worth knowing and what is not. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Is peace

something to find or to make? It depends on the moment. Today’s circumstances will not represent a naturally occurring peace, but your adjustments in the name of serenity will change that. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You may feel misunderstood, but don’t mope about it. Instead, take it as a sign that you’re on to something unusual and maybe even great. This is worth exploring deeper. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). If you can tolerate a degree of social discomfort, you’ll quickly see the benefit of giving your best to a highly competitive situation. Many were called, few will be chosen. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You’ll play an important role in the exchange of goods and services. You’ll strike a deal when your prospect wants the close as much as or more than you do. You’ll be most pleased with the way things shake out.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The one who is talking quite a lot (presumably because he or she is in the know) is far less wise than the quiet one in the corner who admittedly knows very little. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your timing is impeccable. You have a way of unintentionally showing up right when and where your presence will be most needed, appreciated and lauded. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Your curious mind wants to be satisfied, and yet there are many questions that will never be answered. The trick is to spend your mental energy in rewarding places. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). What feels comfortable and right to you is very different from what another finds tolerable. You’ll be astonished at what some people choose. Matters of taste will determine destiny.


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Shorts Athletic Physicals Magnolia Regional Health Center will be providing athletic physicals to Junior High and High School athletes from Alcorn Central, Biggersville, Corinth, Kossuth, and Tishomingo County on April 29 at Crossroads Arena. Cost for the comprehensive exam is $10 and includes t-shirt. Time slots are assigned for each school, and we urge you to adhere to your school’s time slot. Those times are 5 p.m. -- Alcorn Central, Biggersville, Tishomingo County; 5:30 -- Kossuth; and 6 p.m. -- Corinth. Athletes MUST have a signed waiver from parent/guardian to get an athletic physical. Waivers are provided to schools prior to athletic physical date.

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Logano’s late move gets the win BY HANK KURZ JR. AP Sports Writer

RICHMOND, Va. — Joey Logano punched his ticket to NASCAR’S playoffs. Marcos Ambrose punched Casey Mears. Logano used a savvy move to get around three dueling former champions in the final laps Saturday night at Richmond International Raceway, and the classic short-track ending caused tempers to flare in a big way in the garage afterward.

The biggest skirmish had Marcos Ambrose, who finished 18th, confronting Casey Mears, who was 19th. Mears first pushed Ambrose out of the way, and Ambrose retaliated with a thundering punch in the face that appeared to draw blood. It was unclear what caused the two to confront each other, but NASCAR vice president of competition Robin Pemberton said the governing body would review the matter. Logano, meanwhile,

needed 26 races and two trips to Richmond before putting himself in NASCAR’s playoff last season. There will be no such nail-biting this year, and it took just one Richmond race to make it so. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver took advantage of the laterace duel to grab the lead and then outran former champions Matt Kenseth, Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski. Logano’s second victory essentially assured him a spot in the 10-race Chase for the

championship, which he only achieved on his last chance a year ago. Logano’s first career victory on the 0.75-mile oval came when Gordon, Kenseth and Keselowski raced in a triangle jockeying for position, and Logano went underneath all three and held off Gordon for his fifth career Sprint Cup victory. “I’m more surprised than anyone else here,” Logano said. “This is one of my worst tracks. ... What a crazy finish.”

Golf Tourney The Corporal Jacob Wooley Memorial Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, May 3 at Shiloh Ridge. The four-person scramble begins at 8 a.m. Cost is $75 per person or $300 per team. Proceeds will benefit the scholarship fund. Contact the golf course, David Reece or Rick Wallin for more information.

Mango Madness 5K The Corinth Cross Country Booster Club will be hosting its annual 5K fundraiser, Mango Madness, on Saturday, May 17. This is the only fundraiser to raise money for the Corinth High School Cross Country team. The course will be moved from the City Park to the Corinth High School campus. Entry fees, which include t-shirt, are $15 before May 14 or $20 on the day of the race. Trophies will be awarded to the top male and female finishers. Medals will be given to the top finishers in each age category. Age categories are under 10, 10-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 and over. If anyone wishes to sponsor the event, there are three different levels - $500, $300, and $200. All sponsors will be listed on the back of the t-shirt and on a banner, which will be displayed the day of the event along with every cross-country meet the team attends. Anyone wishing to receive a registration or sponsorship for can email their request to mangomadness5k@ gmail.com.

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BOONEVILLE — Mike Lewis could hardly believe the news that he received about the latest award that pays tribute to his legendary career in Hill Country. Lewis has been selected to enter the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) Sports Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony is set to begin at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 at the Muse Center

on the Rankin campus of Hinds Community College. “It is very humbling to be put in the same category as so many people that have done a great job in this profession,” said Lewis. “I’m very honored to even be mentioned in the same breath as those guys. It is something that a person like me could only dream of.” Lewis continued the winning tradition that men’s basketball fans of Northeast Mississip-

BY H. LEE SMITH II A pair of Kossuth seniors recently signed to play baseball at Lewis & Clark Community College. Catcher/Pitcher Tyler Mercer and outfielder Zack Walker signed with Randy Martz’s program in Godfrey, Ill. The pair played key roles as juniors in Kossuth’s run to the Class 3A championship -- a first for the school -- during the 2013 season. Tyler is the son of Shane and Amy Mercer. Zack is the son of Ron Walker and the late Carolyn Walker. Kossuth, now under the leadership of Trave Hopkins and assistant Kyle Nichols, improved to 14-10 overall with a first-round sweep of O’Bannon on Friday. The Aggies will continue their road to a repeat Thursday at Louisville.

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AVONDALE, La. — Seung-Yul Noh became the first player to complete 54 holes at the TPC Louisiana without a bogey and strung together three birdies late in his round Saturday to surge two strokes ahead of Keegan Bradley atop the Zurich Classic leaderboard. Noh shot a 7-under 65 to reach 18-under 198. Bradley, who began the day tied Please see NOH | 11A

16 of its last 20 games. The Tigers qualified for the trip to Hutchinson, Kan., by winning the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament. Five years later, magic struck again for Lewis and Northeast. The Tigers swept through the 1999-2000 campaign as champions of the MACJC North Division, the MACJC State Tournament and the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament. Northeast’s second excursion to the NJ-

CAA National Tournament under the guidance of Lewis saw the Tigers finish in eighth place. Lewis was named the NJCAA Region 23 Coach of the Year after that season for guiding Northeast to a 30-6 record. “I had the privilege to work for Mike for many years,” said Northeast executive vice president Ricky Ford. “I was always impressed how Please see LEWIS | 11A

Thunder beat Grizzlies in OT, tie up series BY TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports Writer

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pi Community College have come to expect each season during his 12-year tenure as headman of the Tigers. The Alcorn County native took the reigns of the program from Harvey Childers in 1992 and compiled a 206-135 record. He also led Northeast back to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament. The 1994-95 edition caught fire with Lewis at the helm and won

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Reserve Reggie Jackson scored a personal playoff-best 32 points, and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Memphis Grizzlies 92-89 in overtime Saturday night, tying up their first-round Western Conference series at two apiece. Jackson had only scored 15 points combined in this series, but the guard shook off his shooting woes by hitting 11 of 16. He outscored Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, who struggled through their

worst scoring game of the series. Durant was 5 of 21 for 15 points, while Westbrook was 6 of 24 for 15 points. The Thunder blew a 14-point lead with Memphis, and the Grizzlies blew a third straight fourth-quarter lead themselves. Jackson tied up Memphis with five straight points in the final minute of regulation, and he hit all six free throws in overtime as the Thunder survived an extra period with seven lead changes. Durant’s two free throws with 1:02 left in overtime put the Thunder ahead to stay. Game 5 is Tuesday night

back in Oklahoma City. Mike Conley missed a 26-footer just before the buzzer that could have forced a second extra period. Serge Ibaka also blocked a Tony Allen shot with 2.7 seconds left in regulation to keep the Thunder alive for overtime. The Thunder won for only the second time in seven playoff games in Memphis, and this was just their second in eight overtimes with the Grizzlies since the start of the 2010-11 season. Ibaka added 12 points for Oklahoma City. The Thunder outrebounded Memphis 58-49 and got 12

offensive rebounds in the fourth quarter and overtime combined. Marc Gasol led Memphis with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Allen had 14 points and 13 rebounds, Conley had 14 points and Zach Randolph added 11. The Grizzlies blew a fourthquarter lead for a third straight game. They last led 87-86 after Conley hit a stepback jumper. Then Duran hit two free throws with 1:02 left to put the Thunder ahead to stay, and Jackson sealed it with four free throws in the final 12.2 seconds.

Hale dominates as Atlanta shuts down Cincinnati BY CHARLES ODUM AP Sports Writer

ATLANTA — David Hale made things difficult on the Reds by facing the minimum 21 batters over his last seven innings. That performance leaves Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez with a tough decision. Hale allowed only two hits over eight innings in a performance that may not be enough to save his spot in Atlanta’s rotation and the Braves beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-1 on Saturday night. Hale (1-0) has a 2.31 ERA

in four starts but could lose his spot in the rotation next week, when left-hander Mike Minor is expected to come off the disabled list. Hale, a rookie right-hander, had good command of his sinkerball as he made it difficult for the Braves to send him back to Triple-A Gwinnett. “I mean, obviously that stuff runs through my head,” Hale said of keeping his spot in the rotation. “I try not to let it get too deep in there. My goal is to be here and do the best I can and let things fall

the way they will, so we’ll see what happens.” Freddie Freeman, Justin Upton and Evan Gattis each homered off Cincinnati’s Mike Leake (2-2). Hale gave up a walk and two hits, including Ryan Ludwick’s run-scoring double, in the first inning. He didn’t allow another hit over the next seven innings. “So he threw a no-hitter after that,” Ludwick said. “He did an outstanding job. What did we have? Two hits? Not a whole lot of offense.” Reds manager Bryan Price

said Hale “just never really gave us a chance. He pitched really well. It was very impressive.” Cincinnati’s only other baserunner against Hale came on Jay Bruce’s leadoff walk in the fourth, and the Braves ended that inning with a double play. Craig Kimbrel closed the combined two-hitter — a season low for the Reds — for his eighth save. Kimbrel gave up a one-out walk to Joey Votto in the ninth before striking out Brandon Please see BRAVES | 11A


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coach Lewis was constantly looking for ways to improve and help his team get better. He was someone that models the type of coach that everyone needs. “He was always concerned about his players mentally, physically and spiritually. His faith and the condition of his players faith was always a huge concern for him before he even thought about playing basketball.” Lewis won four MACJC North Division Tournament titles, three in a row from 1993-95 and another in 2000, during his time in Booneville. Lewis claimed two MACJC State Tournament championships as well in 1994 and 2000 to go with his NJCAA National Tournament appearances. “To be a part of that program and in that period of time to be the head basketball coach was really amazing,” Lewis said. “So many friendships have developed from the players that we were able to get to come to Northeast both locally and out-ofstate. “The relationship that we have been able to keep over the years has really stuck out to me.” Lewis did not rise to prominence on the hardwood as a player, but rather on the diamond. He was an important member of the 1970 Tiger baseball team that won the Mississippi Junior College Conference North Division title. Northeast hosted the state championship game against Perkinston Junior College (now Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College)

that year, but lost to conclude the campaign with an 8-4-1 record. His prowess on the ballfield led Lewis to continue his playing career at Delta State University under well renowned coach David “Boo” Ferriss. The 1972 Statesman squad that featured Lewis finished as runner-up in the Gulf South Conference Tournament and defeated NCAA Division I programs including the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of Mississippi. Lewis earned a Bachelor’s degree from Delta State and a Master’s degree from the University of North Alabama. Before becoming the commander in chief of the Tigers, Lewis directed successful programs at Alcorn Central High School, Biggersville High School and Water Valley High School. Lewis led Alcorn Central to a 112-55 record during his stop in Glen. The Golden Bears captured one Division 1-3A title, a Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 3A championship and three Tombigbee Conference crowns in his five-year tenure. In 1988, Lewis was named the statewide prep Coach of the Year by the Clarion-Ledger. He also garnered the same recognition by the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal and the Daily Corinthian. Lewis, who was a 2013 inductee into the Northeast Sports Hall of Fame, is currently the head boys basketball coach at Walnut High School. He and his wife Shirley have two daughters, Lesley and Lana.

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East Division W L Pct GB 14 10 .583 — 12 11 .522 1½ 12 13 .480 2½ 11 13 .458 3 11 13 .458 3 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 12 9 .571 — Minnesota 12 11 .522 1 Chicago 12 13 .480 2 Kansas City 11 12 .478 2 Cleveland 11 13 .458 2½ West Division W L Pct GB Oakland 15 9 .625 — Texas 15 9 .625 — Los Angeles 11 12 .478 3½ Seattle 9 14 .391 5½ Houston 8 17 .320 7½ Friday’s Late Games Seattle 6, Texas 5 San Francisco 5, Cleveland 1 Today’s Games N.Y. Yankees 4, L.A. Angels 3 Boston 7, Toronto 6 Minnesota 5, Detroit 3 San Francisco 5, Cleveland 3 Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2, 10 innings Houston 7, Oakland 6 Tampa Bay 4, Chicago White Sox 0 Texas 6, Seattle 3 Sunday’s Games Boston (Lester 2-3) at Toronto (Dickey 1-3), 12:07 p.m. Kansas City (Shields 2-2) at Baltimore (Mi.Gonzalez 1-1), 12:35 p.m. Detroit (Verlander 3-1) at Minnesota New York Baltimore Boston Tampa Bay Toronto

(Gibson 3-1), 1:10 p.m. Oakland (Milone 0-1) at Houston (McHugh 1-0), 1:10 p.m. Tampa Bay (Price 3-1) at Chicago White Sox (Carroll 0-0), 1:10 p.m. Cleveland (Salazar 0-3) at San Francisco (Vogelsong 0-1), 3:05 p.m. Texas (Harrison 0-0) at Seattle (Maurer 0-0), 3:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Richards 2-0) at N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka 3-0), 7:05 p.m. Monday’s Games Oakland at Texas, 7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. Cleveland at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m.

N.L. schedule standings East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 16 7 .696 — Washington 14 11 .560 3 New York 13 11 .542 3½ Philadelphia 12 12 .500 4½ Miami 11 13 .458 5½ Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 18 6 .750 — St. Louis 13 12 .520 5½ Cincinnati 11 13 .458 7 Pittsburgh 10 15 .400 8½ Chicago 7 16 .304 10½ West Division W L Pct GB San Francisco 14 10 .583 — Colorado 13 11 .542 1 Los Angeles 13 11 .542 1 San Diego 11 14 .440 3½ Arizona 8 19 .296 7½ Friday’s Late Games Arizona 5, Philadelphia 4 Colorado 5, L.A. Dodgers 4, 11 innings San Francisco 5, Cleveland 1 Saturday’s Games

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Washington 4, San Diego 0 San Francisco 5, Cleveland 3 Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 1 Milwaukee 5, Chicago Cubs 3 Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 1 Miami 7, N.Y. Mets 6, 10 innings Philadelphia 6, Arizona 5 Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, (n) Today’s Games Miami (Koehler 2-1) at N.Y. Mets (Gee 1-1), 12:10 p.m. Cincinnati (Cueto 2-2) at Atlanta (Teheran 2-1), 12:35 p.m. San Diego (Kennedy 1-3) at Washington (Jordan 0-3), 12:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Hammel 3-1) at Milwaukee (W.Peralta 3-0), 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh (Volquez 1-1) at St. Louis (Wainwright 4-1), 1:15 p.m. Cleveland (Salazar 0-3) at San Francisco (Vogelsong 0-1), 3:05 p.m. Colorado (J.De La Rosa 1-3) at L.A. Dodgers (Ryu 3-1), 3:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Burnett 0-1) at Arizona (McCarthy 0-4), 3:10 p.m. Monday’s Games Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati, 6:10 p.m. Milwaukee at St. Louis, 7:15 p.m. Colorado at Arizona, 8:40 p.m. San Diego at San Francisco, 9:15 p.m.

Basketball NBA playoff schedule FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Sunday, April 20 San Antonio 90, Dallas 85 Miami 99, Charlotte 88 Washington 102, Chicago 93 Portland 122, Houston 120, OT

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Phillips and Bruce to end the game. Freeman hit a two-run homer in the first inning. Upton and Gattis hit back-to-back homers in the third. Upton, who also hit a homer in the Braves’ 5-4 win on Friday night, leads the team with seven. Ludwick reached over the left-field wall to take another homer away from Freeman in the third inning. The three homers matched the most allowed in a game by Leake, who gave up four runs and eight hits in seven innings. Minor was projected as one of the team’s top starters even before Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy had season-ending elbow injuries in spring training. Minor had urinary tract surgery on Dec. 31, which pushed back his

spring schedule. He then developed shoulder soreness and was shut down in spring training. Before the game, Gonzalez brushed off Minor’s ugly numbers in what is expected to be his final minor league rehab appearance on Friday night for Double-A Mississippi at Pensacola. Gonzalez said a “howling” wind was a major factor as Minor gave up five runs and 10 hits, including four homers. Gonzalez said he’ll wait until after Minor’s next side session to announce any rotation changes for next week. After Hale’s dominant performance, Gonzalez wouldn’t be drawn into a discussion on how he’ll find a spot for Minor. “Let me enjoy the day, and we’ll talk about it in the morning,” Gonzalez said.

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Habitat volunteers like helping others BY ZACK STEEN zsteen@dailycorinthian.com

On a recent Saturday morning in the edge of downtown Corinth, a small group of familiar faces were busy hammering nails and pushing up walls. Among those enthusiastic, hand working individuals were a pastor, banker, financial advisor, city employee, full-time contractor and a lawyer and his retired school teacher spouse. As Habitat for Humanity volunteers, they receive fulfillment by being able to help those who know how to help themselves. Sandy Williams is often the one organizing Habitat projects in the Corinth area. He has overseen the completion of nine homes built by the Alcorn County chapter since it’s inception in the late 90s. “We believe every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live,” said Williams. “We help those who need just a little help to get into a home they deserve.” Williams said a future Habitat homeowner must commit to 500 hours of community service while helping build their home or a future home for the organization. “If a homeowner isn’t willing to help built their own home, then a Habitat home isn’t for them,” said Williams. Habitat for Humanity builds houses using volunteer labor and donations. Partner families purchase the houses through no-profit, no-interest mortgage loans. “Our current future home owner is a hard worker for sure,” Williams added. Tashaela Green and her four daughters will soon call the Habitat home near East Third and Buchanan Streets their own. “I’ve always wanted to buy a home or build a home, but I’ve never been able due to financial reasons,” said Green. “Habitat for Humanity provided us an opportunity at home ownership and it has been a blessing.” Green was quick to start her 500 hours of work. She could be seen helping clear ground brush along side the group of youth volunteers on the recent spring morning. The youth group from First United Methodist Church led by Chris Vandiver worked while raking leaves, picking up sticks and pulling up weeds. “Our kids at FUMC are great. They have big hearts and are very mission mined,” said Vandiver. “These kids want to have fun, but they really want to be a part of something that has purpose. They are doing work that

“To have all these great people out here helping .... They are God’s light shining in the community.” Tashaela Green Habitat home owner makes a real world difference and they get that.” Balanced high on top of a ladder bracing himself with one hand and gripping an electric nail gun in the other, Corinth Tax Assessor Zane Elliott nails a wall frame into place. Watching him from a distance is full-time contractor Ronnie Essary. Essary has acted as Habitat project manager on the last four homes the local chapter has constructed. He works with Williams and the home owner on blueprints for their future home before building begins. “I have always volunteered to help,” he said. “I think it’s just my nature ... my way of giving back to the community.” Essary said although all Habitat homes are built as close to the future home owners wishes as possible, most homes are normally around 1,200 square feet and include three to four bedrooms, one to two baths, a living room, a dining room and a kitchen. Lawyer Jimmy Fisher often helps keep the local chapter legal when it comes to Habitat paperwork. On this day, he rolled up his sleeves and helped frame up two walls. “This is my seventh house I’ve helped on,” Fisher said. “It is a good organization that helps people get into housing that they might not be able to get into otherwise.” Fisher’s wife and retired school teacher, Rosemary, was seen helping carry brush to the road, though there is another task she prefers helping with. “I’m a big painter,” she said. “I’ll be helping do a lot of the painting when it comes to that step.” Still months away from the painting stage, the future home owner is thankful for the help she is receiving from locals. “To have all these great people out here helping ...” said Green. “They are God’s light shining in the community.” The home should be complete by the fall. “Once done, we’ll start looking for the next Habitat for Humanity candidate,” said Williams. (To request an Habitat for Humanity application, contact First Call For Help at 662-2866500.)

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Habitat for Humanity volunteers frame up the newest Habitat home being built near East Third and Buchanan Streets on the edge of downtown Corinth.

Corinth Tax Assessor Zane Elliott volunteers his time to help frame up the newest Habitat for Humanity home being built in Corinth.

First United Methodist Church Youth Director Chris Vandiver talks with Habitat for Humanity local chapter volunteer director Sandy Williams at the site for the newest Corinth Habitat home.

Business window stickers protest religious practices law BY EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press

JACKSON — In conservative Mississippi, some business owners who support equal treatment for gays and lesbians are pushing back against a new law that bans government from limiting the free practice of religion. Critics fear the vaguely written law, which takes effect July 1, will prompt authorities to look away from anti-gay actions that are carried out in the name of religious beliefs — for example, photographers refusing to take pictures for same-sex couples because they believe homosexuality is a sin. Hundreds of businesses, from hair salons to

bakeries and art galleries, have started displaying round blue window stickers that declare: “We don’t discriminate. If you’re buying, we’re selling.” The sticker campaign started this month in response to Republican Gov. Phil Bryant’s signing the Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The law says government cannot put a substantial burden on religious practices, without a compelling reason. While it does not specifically mention gays or lesbians, “People are going to take it as permission, if you will, to discriminate against people they don’t necessarily agree with or like,” said Jackson hair

salon owner Eddie Outlaw, 42, who went out of state to marry his husband. “We have a long and well-documented history of discrimination in this state,” Outlaw said. “To think there won’t be any discrimination is laughable.” Outlaw is among the leaders of the “We don’t discriminate” campaign, and he displays one of the stickers in the window of his salon in Jackson’s eclectic Fondren neighborhood. Organizers say the first 500 decals were distributed in about two weeks to businesses from the Tennessee state line in the north down to the Gulf Coast. Another 1,000 stickers were on order.

Bryant won praise from national conservative groups, including the Family Research Council, by signing the legislation that was backed by the state’s Pentecostals and Southern Baptists. Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, who traveled from Washington to Jackson for a private bill signing ceremony April 3, is among Bryant’s backers. “Those who understand the importance and cherish the historic understanding of religious freedom are grateful for leaders who respond to fact and not fictitious claims of those who are trying to quarantine faith within the walls of our churches or homes,” he

said. Bryant said the Mississippi act mirrors a federal law President Bill Clinton signed in 1993 and that 18 other states have enacted since the mid-1990s. The governor also said he does not believe Mississippi’s law, which also adds “In God We Trust” to the state seal, will lead to anti-gay discrimination. “I would hope that people will realize that the law has no element in it that the federal law does not have in it,” Bryant told The Associated Press in his Capitol office. “It is the same discussion of not burdening someone’s religious freedom — that the government, government should not burden

someone’s religious freedom without a compelling interest.” In 2004, 86 percent of Mississippi voters approved a state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. The state has a hate-crimes law, but it does not cover acts committed against gays and lesbians. Arizona is among the states that has had its own Religious Freedom Restoration Act on the books for years. It drew national attention earlier this year with a bill that would have altered the existing law by allowing businesses to refuse service to gays. Republican Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed the bill after companies said it would hurt the state.


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Summer movie preview: 10 anticipated indies BY JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer

NEW YORK — More exotic creatures thrive in the shadows of summer blockbusters. Here are 10 of the most anticipated indie films due this summer, nary a caped superhero or citycrushing monster among them. 1. “The Rover” (June 13) — David Michod’s follow-up to his Aussie crime drama “Animal Kingdom” qualifies as a mustsee because of the rare quality of his feature film debut. This one, which will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, stars Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson and is set in a near-future Aus-

tralia where the world economy has collapsed and bandits roam the Outback. 2. “Boyhood” (July 11) — Richard Linklater spent 12 years making this wholly unique film. It charts a fictional family over that time (Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette play divorced parents) and, remarkably, shows the maturation of 6-year-old Ellar Coltrane (playing their son) from boy to man. 3. “The Immigrant” (May 16) — Tales of immigrants arriving through Ellis Island are a welltrod genre, but James Gray’s 1920s drama is distinct in its portrait of the American Dream

as both myth and reality. With Marion Cotillard and Joaquin Phoenix. 4. “Life Itself” (July 11) — Steve James (”Hoop Dreams”) presents a documentary and tribute to the late film critic Roger Ebert. 5. “Begin Again” (July 4) — Much like John Carney’s “Once,” this is a naturalistic, street-level drama of musicians. Keira Knightley stars as a British singer-songwriter discovered in New York by a down-on-his-luck music executive (Mark Ruffalo). 6. “Magic in the Moonlight” (July 25) — Woody Allen’s of-

Sony developing live-action Barbie comedy Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Barbie is coming alive. Sony Pictures, Mattel and Parkes+MacDonald/ Image Nation have partnered to create a liveaction movie focused on the iconic doll. The companies said

Wednesday the comedy will be written by Jenny Bicks (“What a Girl Wants”) and produced by husband-and-wife team Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald (“Men in Black 3”). Executive producers will be

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fering this year is a comedy set on the French Riviera in the ’20s starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone. It promises a romantic lightness, but the question will be how audiences respond to Allen following the renewed allegation of sexual abuse. 7. “The Trip to Italy” (Aug. 15) — Michael Winterbottom reconvenes Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon for impressionsheavy conversation over fine dining. As in “The Trip,” sometimes that’s all a movie needs. 8. “A Most Wanted Man” (July 25) — Anton Corbijn’s adaption of John le Carre’s novel is one of two posthumous re-

leases for Philip Seymour Hoffman. The late actor also stars in “God’s Pocket” (May 9), the directing debut of John Slattery (“Mad Men”). 9. “Wish I Was Here” (July 18) — Zach Braff took a lot of criticism for his use of Kickstarter to help fund his second directorial effort following 2004’s “Garden State.” Braff stars as a struggling actor who homeschools his kids. 10. “They Came Together” (June 27) — David Wain and Michael Showalter deconstruct the romantic comedy with a cast led by Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler.

Country star Tim McGraw loves life in the GT fast lane BY DAN GELSTON AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK — Tim McGraw drives in the carpool lane most days instead of pushing 100 mph with the windows rolled down and hair pulled back. Next tour stop, Wally World. “I drive the Griswold family cruiser,” McGraw said, laughing. “I drive a 10-year-old Cadillac Escalade because I’m always taking cheerleaders to practice and picking up tennis players and track runners.” But even one of country music’s biggest stars needs to cut loose on the open road — or, a private track — every now and then. So McGraw, a noted car enthusiast, traded his cowboy hat for a New York Mets baseball cap during some spins in the Usain Bolt of cars that push the limits in land speed records. Cars that go fast — with record speeds. McGraw was a natural fit to participate in the hot rod documentary “Breaking Barriers,” set to debut May 7 on the National Geographic Channel. The film traces the men who have tried to break the land speed record, including the recent high mark of 270.49 mph set in February by the Hennessey Venom GT’s run on the 3.22-mile landing runway at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

“That car does not like to go slow,” John Hennessey said at the film’s premier in New York. The Venom GT topped the two-seat sports car mark set by Bugatti’s Veyron Super Sport in 2010. The film interviews and shows classic footage of land speed pioneers like Craig Breedlove and Andy Green as they chase the kind of blistering speeds not even hit in the Indianapolis 500. Those are the kinds of speeds that dance around the minds of every speed freak and car lover. “Every young person that gets a car wants to know how fast you can go,” Indianapolis 500 winning owner Roger Penske said. McGraw took a turn in a Venom GT Spyder that belonged to Aerosmith lead singer Steve Tyler at the Auto Club Raceway at Pomona for the shoot. “As a guy growing up in Louisiana, a car represents so much to me,” McGraw said. “It represented freedom. It represented getting laid as much as anything. To be there with these innovators, these guys who took these vehicles and they made them into something really special, something unique and something powerful, it was really quite an experience.” Hennessey, who founded Hennessey Perfor-

mance Engineering in 1991, once built McGraw a Dodge Charger the singer called “stupid fast.” “So fast that I had to sell it because my wife (Faith Hill) wouldn’t let me drive it anymore,” McGraw said. Wearing a Mets hat in the Pennzoil-backed film just his like his father, former pitcher Tug McGraw, he was all smiles at the rare opportunity to take a supercharged car like onto a track. “I love driving cars. I love going fast,” McGraw said. “If you ask me what’s under the hood and how you deal with it, then I’m lost. But I know you lay your left foot on the side and you punch at the accelerator.” McGraw’s car collection is a bit more sophisticated than the ones found in the driveway of the average dad. He owns a 1949 Chevy pickup and a 1969 Mercedes that Tug McGraw bought with his bonus check after the Mets won the 1969 World Series. Penske, who is featured in the film, was amazed at the advances of technology that allow cars to hit speeds once unthinkable. “Today, it’s rocket science,” Penske said. “In the old days, we used to do pit stops at Sebring in a minute. Now we’re doing NASCAR with four tires and a floor jack in 11 seconds.”

Book offers backstage pass to rock history BY BROOKE LEFFERTS Associated Press

“There Goes Gravity” (Riverhead), by Lisa Robinson In the new book “There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll,” there’s a telling photograph of Mick Jagger whispering into the ear of journalist Lisa Robinson as she smiles mischievously. The 1975 shot perfectly illustrates why Robinson’s so good at what she does: her access to big talent, the trust she gains with her subjects and her love of music. A lifetime New Yorker and now Vanity Fair music editor, Robinson fell into writing in 1969 when her future husband — rock writer and producer Richard Robinson — got her a gig writing for a music magazine, setting her on a path as one of the first female rock journalists. The book focuses on the music, offering few personal details, but an intimate, familiar tone. After 45 years in the business, Robinson is still excited by live performances, and eagerly anticipates the next moment of greatness. “It never felt like a job; it was fun, it was new, it felt like a ‘calling.’ Whether I was in a private plane with Led Zeppelin or the Rolling Stones ... or standing in two inches of beer on the floor of CBGB’s — it was exactly

where I wanted to be,” Robinson writes. Robinson had the good luck and timing to witness the beginnings of many bands. Armed with a coveted backstage pass and multiple old-school cassette recorders, she was part of hundreds of entourages. The book highlights about a dozen acts she suggests have been the most influential. She returned to interview favorites — including David Bowie, The Clash, Patti Smith, Eminem, Jay Z and Lady Gaga — several times, delving deeper into the souls behind the talent. Although she admits to trading gossip as one way of endearing herself to her subjects, Robinson is protective, avoiding sordid details of the groupie sex, violence and excessive drugs that occur on tours. “I was with them to get a story, not to judge,” she writes. Even the most mediawary artists come to trust Robinson because she’s more fan than a critic, able to keep secrets and industry savvy. One of the few journalists to sit down with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, she offers fascinating quotes, but her rose-colored glasses are off when describing their reclusive, self-centered life in New York. Robinson has a knack for getting subjects to share revealing personality traits that speak vol-

umes. After interviewing Michael Jackson several times in his rise to stardom, she notices he has two voices: one high and soft for the public, another normal and commanding for his inner circle. When she asks U2’s Bono how he handles home life after being on tour, he answers candidly. “In a very, very, very deep place I’m secure. And on the surface, secure. But somewhere in there, I need 20,000 screaming people a night to feel normal.” Tracing the evolution of U2, Robinson shows how, despite talent and good intentions, a band can lose its way in the tornado of success. In the ’90s, they let celebrity and philanthropy get in the way of the music. Always looking for edgy, surprising talent, Robinson started to pay more attention to rap and hip-hop, recognizing the same anger and lyrical skills as punk rock. She hails Eminem (whose lyric is the book’s title) and Kanye West as often underappreciated artists who say what others are too afraid to say. Robinson writes affectionately about most rockers but does get in a few jabs. She describes Lady Gaga as a gifted singer and musician who’s connected to her audience, unlike Madonna, whom Robinson calls driven, humorless and lacking passion.


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Corinth Registration Registration at Corinth Elementary for the 20142015 school year is ongoing for all grades with an emphasis on registering incoming Kindergarten students. Please register your child as soon as possible. The following documents are needed: childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Social Security card, childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s certified birth certificate, childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mississippi immunization Form 121, and two proofs of residency. Your child needs to be present at the time of registration. For more information, contact the school office at 662-286-5245. Â

MRHC Auxiliary Scholarship Magnolia Regional Health Center Auxiliary is offering scholarships for students pursuing careers in the health care fields. Students must be accepted into their chosen medical field to be eligible. Application forms and rules may be obtained at the MRHC Gift Shop or at the Auxiliary desk at the south entrance B. All completed applications must be received by June 1, Applications can be dropped off at the hospital gift shop marked to the attention of Marilyn Easter or mailed to her at the address listed on the application. If you have any questions, please call 662-286-2272. Â

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Foundation Community Center will host the monthly Community Fellowship Dinner on Sunday, May 4 from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the community center with all proceeds going to support the Hot Meals program. Tickets are $10 for those ages 10 and up and include a menu of chicken dressing, smoked turkey, meatloaf, green beans, sweet potatoes, mac and cheese, homemade rolls, banana pudding, strawberry cobbler, and beverage. For tickets contact Ernestine Hollins at 662-643-8024 or Samuel Crayton at 404386-3359.

Republican meeting Mark Baker, possible candidate for Attorney General, will be the guest speaker for the Alcorn County Republican Party on Thursday, May 8 at the Corinth City Library. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with a meet and greet at 5:30. All meetings are free and open to the Public. Â

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;An Evening with Jane Reddingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; The Corinth Music Club is sponsoring â&#x20AC;&#x153;An Evening with Jane Reddingâ&#x20AC;? on May 8 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at First United Methodist Church. Cost is $10 per ticket. Tickets can be purchased from any club member or at Gingerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. For more information call 662-415-2601. Â

Head Start Registration Corinth and Kendick Head Start are now registering children for the upcoming fall 2014-2015 school year. If you have a child who will be 3 or 4 on or before September 1, 2014 contact your local Head Start, Corinthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

number is 286-5802 and Kendrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s number is 287-2671.  Slots are limited and filling up fast. Things to bring: Make sure you have a certified birth certificate. If you do not have one, Head Start can help you order one. Have your W2 or tax return available. Be sure your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shots are upto-date and get a signed 121 form. You will need your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Social Security card. You can apply for one at the Social Security Office.

Free Clinic The Living Healthy Free Medical Clinic is a free clinic open to adults and children age 12 and up with no income and no health insurance. Located in the old South Corinth/Easom School on Cass Street, the clinic is open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., on the second Wednesday and fourth Saturday of each month. Physician Dr. Thomas L. Sweat and his volunteer staff can help patients with acute or chronic conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, arthritis or emphysema. At present there are no free medicines available and $4 prescriptions are used as much as possible. Only pain medicines without prescription will be used, such as Aleve, Ibuprofen, Tylenol and Aspirin. The clinic is always looking for volunteers to add to their list. Medical volunteers should contact Ann Walker at awalker@mrhc. org or 662-284-7361. Non-medical volunteers should contact Ann White at eaw3@comcast. net or 662-415-9446.

Day of Prayer The 63rd annual National Day of Prayer observance is set for Thursday, May 1. The theme

this year is â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Voice United in Prayer,â&#x20AC;? and the focused scripture is Romans 15:6, â&#x20AC;&#x153;. . . so that with one heart and voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.â&#x20AC;? Christians in the Corinth/Alcorn County community will gather at the south front steps of the Courthouse starting at 11:45 a.m.

Ramer Reunion Ramer High School, Ramer, Tenn. Class of 1964 will celebrate its 50th Class Reunion on May 17, at Pickwick Inn Restaurant, Pickwick, Tenn. They will meet at 4 p.m. for fellowshipping and getting reacquainted and will eat at 5:30 p.m.  Meal will be buffet style dinner with dutch treat. Casual dress. Classmates who have not RSVPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d yet can do so by calling Judy Suggs Messner at 662-643-4388.  

Spring Fest and Reenactment Rienzi will celebrate Spring Fest in conjunction with the 4th annual Battle of Rienzi Reenactment on Friday and Saturday, May 2-3 with the reenactment continuing through Sunday, May 4. The event is sponsored by the Rienzi Heritage Committee. The Spring Fest will feature an array of funfilled activities both Friday and Saturday. There will be games, entertainment, food, buggy rides and arts and crafts. Booths are available for a $10 setup fee for individuals wanting to sell items. Saturday activities start at 8 a.m. with Studio LaRue, located on Front Street, doing Individual or Family Shots featuring Mary K products from 9-12. Several area singers will showcase their

talents from 10 until noon. From 12 to 2 p.m., is an afternoon auction by auctioneer Wayne Duncan. Some of the items available are a 16 x 20 framed picture and several apparel items from C & W Embroidery in Rienzi. A talent show competition is set from 3:30 until. Registration may be done at Studio LaRue. First, second and third place trophies will be given away. The Battle of Rienzi Reenactment is an open reenactment, therefore all reenactors are welcomed. Re-enactor fees are $5 per person. Sutler fees, which is name for a civilian merchant who sells to an army in camp or quarters, are $10. Friday is School Day for the reenactors. Schools are encouraged to come visit the camps and see their way of life and listen to war stories. Saturday at 2 p.m. is the Battle of Rienzi Reenactment with an evening meal for those participating. The conclusion is Sunday with another afternoon reenactment set for 2. All rules and regulations are sanctioned under Cleburneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Division of Reenactors, Inc. For additional information, please contact Mayor Walter Williams 662808-0917, Captain Bobby Ross 662-554-7671 or Captain Berry Ayers 662-279-1189. Â

Magnolia Antique Car Club Magnolia Antique Car Club and Arbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s will host a Cruise-In on Sunday, April 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Arbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Car Guy Fellowship by The Joe Rickman Band. Bring lawn chairs. Drawing for free food. $5.00 registration fee. Money received will be given back as door prizes to participants. For more

information call Rick Kelly at 662-284-7110.

Fame! The Alcorn High School seniors will present â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fame!â&#x20AC;? Thursday, May 1, Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3 at 7 p.m. each night at the Coliseum Civic Center at 404 Taylor Street in downtown Corinth. Admission is $10. Tickets go on sale April 9 at the high school office during school hours or can be purchased at the door each performance night. For more information call 662-286-8720.

Silent Auction Magnolia Regional Health Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Life Saverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s presents: Relay For Life Silent Auction from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7 at the MRHC Conference Center. For more information or to donate items, call Janie at 662-287-6913 or janderson2@mrhc.org.

Class of 1964 The Corinth High School Class of 1964 will have its 50th class reunion on May 16-17. If interesed in attending, please contact Betsy Whitehurst at bwhitehurstuw@yahoo.com or call these numbers for more information: 662-2874296 or 662-665-5392.

New location The Corinth Artist Guild Gallery has moved to a now location on Fillmore Street in the former Dodd Eye Clinic building. Hours continue to be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Contact the gallery at 665-0520 for more information.

Lions Club The Corinth Breakfast Lions Club meets the first and third Monday of each month at 7 a.m. at Marthaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Menu.

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ThyssenKrupp Elevator Employment Opportunities

ThyssenKrupp Elevator, the nation’s largest manufacturer of elevators, has an immediate opening in its Middleton, Tennessee facility for a Cost Accountant.

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COMMUNITY LIVING CENTER

Provider of Skilled Nursing Care to the Community We have immediate openings for the following positions:

CNA 2-10 SHIFT DIETARY PRN POSITIONS LPN PRN POSITIONS

ASSOCIATED BRIGHAM CONTRACTORS INC.

Concrete Division is hiring: Form Carpenters, Rod Busters & Laborers, for a project in Burnsville, MS Start date is approx June 1. Must be willing to work O/T as necessary (up to 6/10’s). Application is required, apply on line at: www.abc-concrete.com (801) 528-2390 EOE, Drug Free Work Place & E-Verify

EXCELLENT BENEFITS

COMPETITIVE WAGE SCALE DENTAL VISION 401K PLAN LIMITED MEDICAL BENEFITS PLAN OTHER SUPPLEMENTAL BENEFITS OFFERED

For information come by or contact: * 1410 WEST QUITMAN IUKA, MS. 38852 662-423-3422 EOE

This position will play an active role in maintaining organizational accountability and will work with various groups across the company with visibility to upper management. The ideal candidate will have strong analytical and communication skills and be motivated to advance their career with the company. The candidate will need to be able to perform at a high level independently and as part of a team and will be expected to quickly gain an understanding of the business model and decision support process. They will be able to perform these functions independently, and to effectively identify, assess and adapt their processes to changes in the business environment.  The candidate will need to be able to communicate with others in a wide range of positions internal and external to the organization to understand and gather information on factors affecting the financial performance of the organization.  They will also be able to analyze large sets of data, prioritize relevant facts, consolidate results, and convey insight to support decision makers and other stakeholders. RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to the Plant Controller, the Cost Accountant will analyze and/or develop product costing techniques & cost control measures, ensure timely and accurate labor, material and overhead cost, periodically review allocation of overhead costs, assist with physical inventory, analyze bill of materials, review & update standard and actual costs as necessary, complete other projects as assigned. Effective interaction and communication with staff and others throughout the company is a key success factor for this position. Duties include but are not limited to the following: • Ensure Accurate Costing of all items that are set up in the system thru Cost Validation & Analysis • Support Monthly Costing processes • Support Month End financial closing • Monthly Reconciliations as assigned • Support for the physical inventories and outside audit • Interface with the Manufacturing Plants/Purchasing on Inventories/Costing • Maintenance of Standard Costs • Ad Hoc reporting

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REQUIREMENTS: • 4+ years of Accounting, Finance or Engineering experience with exposure to costing/bill of material structure and application preferred • BA/BS degree • Experience with Manufacturing related software and the application • Proficient with Excel, Access, etc • Analytical & Problem Solving skills • Communications & Organizational skills We offer an excellent benefit package including immediate 401(k) match vesting. Please submit a cover letter, resume, along with salary expectations to: ThyssenKrupp Elevator Manufacturing Attn: Human Resources Manager Post Office Box 370 Middleton, Tennessee 38052 No Telephone Calls Please

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classad@dailycorinthian.com

662-287-6111

Visit our website at: www.thyssenkruppelevator.com EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

0710 HOMES FOR SALE

Advertise Your Property For Sale or Lease Here! REDUCED

HOUSE & 15 ACRES

52 Henson Road 1044 Sq. Ft. Home on .6 Ac. Located I/S Corinth city limits. Newly remodeled. 2 BR, 1 BA. Orig. H/W floors in LR & 1 BR. New Carpet & laminate tile in rest of home. Gas heat & water heater. Carport w/concrete drive. No immediate Neighbors, Quiet neighborhood. Country living in city. $65,000

Call 662-415-6995

Kossuth School District Beautiful 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home with New Metal Roof, situated on over an acre, fronting US Hwy 45 in the friendly neighborhood of Biggersville, MS. This home is located directly across from the Biggersville School and Kennys BBQ restaurant. This home has many features. Central heat and Air, Large Double Car Garage, Storm Shelter, Patio, Pool. This is a must see.

$89,900 - Owner wants offers! 564 Hwy 45 Corinth, MS 38834 Lyle Murphy United Country

2 CR 783, • Corinth, MS 38834 662-212-3796 662-287-7707

United Country River City Realty realtyandauction@gmail.com http://www.soldoncorinth.com Robert Hicks Principal Broker

3BR/ 2BA 21 CR 685 Corinth, MS 38834 $95,000

662-665-5187

Picture your PROPERTY HERE!

LAND, FARM, COMMERCIAL OR HOME 662-594-6502 or classad@dailycorinthian.com

600 Hwy 365 Located in Prentiss County A MUST SEE PROPERTY PRICED THOUSANDS BELOW APPRAISED VALUE!!

Fabulous 4 bedroom, 3 bath, brick home with a 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath apartment and shop situated on 5 acres. This property offers a formal dining room,vaulted ceilings, office area,fireplace with gas logs, stained deck, patio,large pasture, pond and 2 stables. House sits off road. OFFERED BY CHILDERS REALTY

662-728-7694

LISTING AGENT

JANE GILLESPIE

662-416-4296

HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 24 SUNNY WOOD LN SPRING FOREST ESTATE OPEN HOUSE MON. THROUGH SAT. 1 PM TO 4 PM OR CALL FOR APPOINTMENT AT 662-287-7453 OR 713-301-5489

CR 500 KOSSUTH & BIGGERSVILLE SCHOOL 3 BR with 1 BATH Finished basement with private bath & patio. Shop & Barn

Appointment Only 662-462-5403


6B • Sunday, April 27, 2014 • Daily Corinthian

MISC. ITEMS FOR 0563 SALE

MISC. ITEMS FOR 0563 SALE

NEW IN the Box, Dewalt VERY OLD cast Iron radiH.D. Construction Tri- ant heater, very ornate design, propane. 19"wx pod $75. 286-8257 21" hx 18"d, beautiful OVER 100 coke and Dr. piece. $100. 286-8257 Pepper crimp on bottle caps with cork inside, all A N T I Q U E S T E R L I N G Grand Piano. Early 1900s for $20. 286-8257 model. Call 662-665ELVIS PRESLEY Belt and 2462. Buckle made by Von CHAIN LINK Fence, 80 West Ft. Collins, CO, Yards, Like New condiUSA. Elvis on a 29 cent tion, you remove. $200. postage stamp, no. 166 396-1333 of 500, about 30 years old. $50. 286-8287 ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR, Barely used, Excellent OLD VINTAGE Stanley Condition $1100. 901Brand Black Leathe r 827-3780 Corinth Doctor's bag, with stethoscope, blood col- ELECTRONIC SCOOTER. l e c t i o n e q p t , e t c . . . $350. 662-286-2661 $30.00- 286-8257 FRONTLINE PLUS, 89-132 HAND PAINTED China lb dogs, 3 dose packs. Set from Japan, Fuk- $25.00 662-212-2492 agawa 931. I have over 200 pc, all complete. Worth $1800, sell for $200. 286-8257

MISC. ITEMS FOR 0563 SALE

NEW 17,000 BTU 120 Volt 5 MIN East on CR 301. 2 Air Conditioner. $275. BR $375 mo. 662-2124102 662-286-6582

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

HOMES FOR 0710 SALE WANT TO make certain your ad gets attention? Ask about attention getting graphics.

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

FURNISHED 0615 APARTMENTS

4005 IVY LANE CORINTH SCHOOL DISTRICT

DOWN STAIRS apt. 2 BR, 2 BA, 924 Cass st. $800. mo. and $800. dep. 240- 3BR, 2 Bath Brick/Vinyl 460-2537 Home in Nice, Quiet

REVERSE YOUR AD FOR $1.00 0620 HOMES FOR RENT EXTRA Call 662-287-6147 3BR/1.5BA, 22 Franklin Drive. $600 Dep./ $600 for details. Month. 662-415-8101

700 GALLON steel tank, very large, build a hog smoker. $150. 286-8257 SONY XPLOD speakers 6 X 9,4 way,270 GIANT ANTIQUE band- watts,used very little saw blade from the old $30 Call 662-287-9739 Corinth Machinery building. 10" tall, apprx STEPHEN KING hardback 38ft long w/ 8 teeth per books, 9 total. Very nice foot, very heavy. $100. condition. Some 1ts edi286-8257 tions. $25- 287-9739

MOBILE HOMES 0675 FOR RENT

LAKE/RIVER/ 0660 RESORT 3BR, 2BA Log Cabin at Pickwick. Jacuzzi tub, New App., C. H., Bear Creek Trail. $119,000 OBO 662-423-3125

Neighborhood, Approx. 1500 sq. ft. Incl. Large Kitchen w/Breakfast Bar, Hardwood & Tile Floors, Marble Vanities, Recently Remodeled, N e w P a i n t Throughout, Attached Dbl. Garage, Shed and Fenced Backyard. Call 662-808-0339 $135,000.

HOMES FOR 0710 SALE HUD PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. State laws forbid discrimination in the sale, rental, or advertising of real estate based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

0734 LOTS & ACREAGE 0820 CAMPERS/ TRAILERS

40 ACRES, Burnsville. $80,000 for all. 662-808- I N N S B R U C K G U L F STREAM w/ Slide out, 9313 or 415-5071. 35ft, $4700. 731-439-1411 FOR SALE: 23.25 Acres in Pocahontas Tennessee. Call 662-750-1910

0832 MOTORCYCLES

MANUFACTURED 0747 HOMES FOR SALE

FINANCIAL LEGALS HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY

2002 HARLEY ElectraGlide 13,800mi, 2001 16 X 80, 3 + 2, Deliv- $ 8 , 8 0 0 . 7 3 1 - 6 8 9 - 0 2 2 7 HANDYMAN ery and Setup included, HANDYMAN'S HOME $10,000, Sarah Frenn, CARE, ANYTHING. 662-587-1195 2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON 662-643-6892. OFFICE UNIT, 24 X 50, De- 1200 custom sportster. liver and Set up In- Low miles, mint condiLAWN/LANDSCAPE/ cluded, ONLY $15,000, t i o n , n e w b k t i r e , Sarah Frenn, 662-587- $5300/OBO 309-261-5508 TREE SVC 1195 LANDSCAPING TREES Heritage River Birch AUTO/TRUCK multi-Trucked. 8-10' tall. TRANSPORTATION 0848 PARTS & In 15 gallon pots. $50 ea. ACCESSORIES 662-643-3902 4 UNI-ROYAL WHITE RECREATIONAL LETTER TIRES 0816 VEHICLES STORAGE, INDOOR/ (LTP265/75/R16) 80% OUTDOOR Tread on 6 hole aluminEZGO GOLF Cart with AMERICAN um GM Wheels with Utility bed, 36 Volt with Center Caps and Nuts. MINI STORAGE Charger, $1500. 287-0243 $275 OBO. 287-3719 or 2058 S. Tate Across from 415-1202 World Color

0868 CARS FOR SALE (5) RACE cars, a Mercury Cougar, 66' Fury, Mazda Pick-up, Tow Truck, WANT TO make certain Grennewood Corvette, your ad gets attention? and Speed Boat w/ trailAsk about attention er 662-808-9313 or 662getting graphics. 415-5071.

287-1024

MORRIS CRUM MINI-STORAGE 286-3826.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DIRECTORY

SERVICES

GUARANTEED Auto Sales 868 AUTOMOBILES

2011 HYUNDAI ACCENT Nordic White 18,470 MILES 4 CYL., 36 MPG Remainder of 5/60 Warranty

$9,800

662-664-0956

868 AUTOMOBILES

868 AUTOMOBILES

Advertise your CAR, TRUCK, SUV, BOAT, TRACTOR, MOTORCYCLE, RV & ATV here for $39.95 UNTIL SOLD! Ad should include photo, description and price. PLEASE NO DEALERS & NON-TRANSFERABLE! NO REFUNDS. Single item only. Payment in advance. Call 287-6147 to place your ad.

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

1996 VW Cabrio Convertible 178,000 Approx. Miles $3000.

2000 TOYOTA COROLLA CE

4 cylinder, automatic, Extra Clean

1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee 283,000 Approx. Miles $3000.

136,680 miles $4200

662-462-7634 or

662-664-0789

662-396-1182

Rienzi

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

1977 Chevy Big 10 pickup,

long wheel base, rebuilt & 350 HP engine & auto. trans., needs paint & some work.

$1500

2007 White Toyota Tundra double cab, 5.7 V8 SR5, Aluminum wheels, 64,135 miles, lots of extras, $19,000. Call 662-603-9304

Automatic 5 Speed

662-664-1957.

w/ overdrive 2wd, ABS (4wheel), Power Steering AM/FM radio, White 68,500 Miles

$8,279.00 Call:

662-286-8866

1979 OLDSMOBILE OMEGA

NEW TOP V6 30+ MPG Z28 APPEARANCE PACKAGE ALL POWER

6 CYLINDER RUNS GREAT! 38,000 ORIGINAL MILES

$4900

$5,000

662-415-9121

CALL PICO:

662-643-3565

REDUCED

FOR SALE 2000 Chrysler Town & Country

31 Ft. Sierra

by Forest River Fifth Wheel Camper For Sale. 2 Slides, Oak Cabinets, High Ceilings, VERY NICE!

15,000 O.B.O.

$

662-415-4597

2,700

$

00

Call: 287-1552

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

1989 FORD F350 DIESEL MOVING VAN WITH TOMMY GATE RUNS GOOD

$3800

731-607-3173

2007 CHEVY SILVERADO LT EXTENDED CAB 4.8 One of a kind 46,000 mi. garage kept. $20,000 CALL 662-643-3565

2004 Nissan Murano, black, 120k miles, loaded, adult driver, garage kept, Bose, leather, exc. cond.,

$10,500. 662-284-6559.

470 TRACTORS/ FARM EQUIP.

YAMAHA GOLF CART 2012 LIMITED EDITION LOW USAGE, LOW USAGE, MINT CONDITION MINT CONDITION BALLAND AND CLUB CLUB WASHER BALL WASHER SANDSAND BOTTLEBOTTLE KITS, SPEED KITSKITS SPEED KIT 662-286-9909

383 Stroker, alum. high riser, alum. heads, headers, dual line holly, everything on car new or rebuilt w/new paint job (silver fleck paint).

$9777.77 Call Keith 662-415-0017.

Call

662-415-9461 or

662-554-5503 804 BOATS

16’ TRAILER, DOUBLE AXEL, BUSH HOG, BACKHOE, FRONT LOADER

$25,000

WILL TRADE

662-643-3565

1500 Goldwing Honda 78,000 original miles,new tires.

$4500

662-284-9487

2000 Ford F-350

1991 Mariah 20’

ski boat, 5.7 ltr. engine, new tires, $6700.

662-287-5893, leave msg. & will return call.

1993 BAYLINER CLASSIC

super duty, diesel, 7.3 ltr., exc. drive train, 215k miles, excellent, great mechanical condition”.

$7400.

662-664-3538

$25,000 OBO

Will Trade

415-5912

2005 Crew Cab Lariat F150 2wd, Limited Edition

Limited Slip Edition, Automatic, Moon Rood, Leather Interior, Bed Liner, Sliding back window, One Owner 105,000 Miles- $11,900 Call 662-287-5765 or 662-212-0677

1991 CUSTOM FORD VAN 48,000 ONE OWNER MILES POWER EVERYTHING

$4995. CALL: 662-808-5005

Suzuki Suzuki DR DR 200 200

2007 Dual Sport Dual Sport With 2,147Helmet miles 2,147 miles LIKE NEW! LIKE NEW! $1,950 $1,950 OBO 231-667-4280 231-677-4280

17’ 1991 Evinrude 40 h.p. Bass Tracker $

2500.00

Call: 662-287-0991 or 662-665-2020

gas burner, workhorse eng., 2 slideouts, full body paint, walk-in shower, SS sinks & s/s refrig w/ im, Onar Marq gold 7000 gen., 3-ton cntrl. unit, back-up camera, auto. leveling, 2-flat screen TVs, Allison 6-spd. A.T., 10 cd stereo w/s.s, 2-leather capt. seats & 1 lthr recliner, auto. awning, qn bed, table & couch (fold into bed), micro/conv oven, less than 5k mi.

$85,000 662-415-0590

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19’6” LONG FIBERGLAS INCLUDES TRAILER THIS BOAT IS KEPT INSIDE AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION NEW 4 CYL MOTOR

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

PRICE IS NEGOTIABLE CALL 662-660-3433

$75,000. 662-287-7734

2000 MERCURY Optimax, 225 H.P.

Excaliber made by Georgi Boy

210 Hydraulic Excavator Good Condition.

816 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

‘07 Dolphin LX RV, 37’

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REDUCED

1984 CORVETTE

2013 KUBOTA 3800 SERIES TRACTOR

832 MOTORCYCLES/ ATV’S

NEW REDUCED

2001 CAMERO CONVERTIBLE

731-453-5031

14’ flat bottom boat. Includes trailer, motor and all.

REDUCED

4CYL- 2.3 Liter

1987 Honda CRX, 40+ mpg, new paint, new leather seat covers, after market stereo, $2600 obo.

53’ GOOSE NECK TRAILER STEP DECK BOOMS, CHAINS AND LOTS OF ACCESSORIES $12,000/OBO

662-664-3958

2008 Ford Ranger XL Regular Cab

Loweline Boat

470 TRACTORS/ FARM EQUIP.

Imagine owning a likenew, water tested, never launched, powerhouse outboard motor with a High Five stainless prop,

for only $7995.

Call John Bond of Paul Seaton Boat Sales in Counce, TN for details.

731-689-4050 or 901-605-6571

2005 AIRSTREAM LAND YACHT

1985 30’ long motor home, new tires, Price negotiable.

662-660-3433

1989 FOXCRAFT

18’ long, 120 HP Johnson mtr., trailer & mtr., new paint, new transel, 2 live wells, hot foot control.

$6500.

662-596-5053

2007 V-Star Classic 1100 Silverado 11,000 miles, custom exhaust, Great Bike, Ready to Ride Call or Text Kevin at

662-415-0485


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, April 27, 2014 • 1C PROCEEDINGS OF THE ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MARCH (1) Approval of Minutes of November 18, 2013 (2) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims thru December 2, 2013 (November 18, 2013 – December 2, 2013) (3) Andrea Rose – The Alliance – Request to apply for a Grant from Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality for Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day (4) Sandy Mitchell – Resolution – Hatchie River (5) Shelly Hopkins – Juvenile Detention Center Report (6) Authorization to Hire Jessica Hodum – Part-Time Employee – 911 Office (7) Travel Authorization – 911 Employee Jerry Whirley – 40 Hour Basic Training for 911 Employees (8) Bid Opening – To Sell Surplus Equipment – Asset No. 2331 – WB140 Komatsu Backhoe – SN#F11439 (9) Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. – Copy of Letter to State Aid Engineer – Project No. SAP-02(66) – CR 300 (10) Aryshire Electronics of Mississippi, LLC – Ad Valorem Taxation Exemption – Position Statement of Tax Assessor – Resolution (11) Timber Products Company – Letter Dated December 20, 2013 – Thanking the Board for Letter of Support (12) Alcorn County Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Termination of Cheyenne Humphry (13) Alcorn County Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Carper Litigation Over Payment (14) Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Repair to Damaged Chiller Units (15) Request from Corinth Area Arts Council (16) Cleanout of a Portion of 7 Mile Creek (17) Authorization to Pay Invoice – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Revenue Account Requisition No. 26 (18) Mid South Auction and Realty, LLC – Presentation (19) Tax Collector – Camera Security System Update (20) Assessment Changes (21) City / County Regional Park – Authorization to Proceed with Plans for Expansion (22) Authorization to Declare Surplus and Sell 125 Acres Formally Purchased for Rubbish Disposal (23) Approval of Minutes of March 3, 2014 (24) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through March 17, 2014, (March 3, 2014 – March 17, 2014) (25) Presentation – Larry Ross – Tax Collector (26) Bid Opening – Lease/Purchase One (1) New Unused Current Production Year Model Backhoe Loader for the 3rd District (27) Surplus Property – 4th District (28) Travel Authorization – Kenneth Brawner and Jody Aldridge – Recertification School – Meridian, MS – April 15, 2014, Leah Clement, Tefinie Edwards and Sherry Oakman – Recertification School – Verona, MS – April 23, 2014 (29) Travel Authorization – Bobby Marolt – Spring Educational Workshop – Jackson, MS – April 15-16, 2014 (30) Travel Authorization – Crystal Starling – Advanced SEMS (Statewide Election Management System)User Training – held on March 12, 2014 in Jackson, MS (31) Copy of November 14, 2013 Northeast Regional Library Board of Trustees Minutes (32) Copy of October 28, 2013 Alliance Board of Directors Minutes (33) Assessment Changes (34) Authorization to Pay Invoices – Clayton O’Donnell, PLLC – Invoice #1856 – Final Touch Accessories, LLC - $285.00, Invoice #1837 – Kendrick Five-Point Road Project - $2,320.00, Invoice #1863 – General Matters - $7.96, Invoice #1846 – D. Cummings Matter - $75.00, Invoice #1815 – CR 346/Bridge Project - $623.23, Invoice #1853 – Alcorn Co. v Rinnai et al. – $60.00 (35) Delinquent Tax Settlement – February, 2014 (36) Notification from Office of State Aid Road Construction – Project No. STP/BR-0002(32)B – Gift Road (CR 750) AKA Smith Bridge Road – District 1 and District 5 – Has been Approved as Revised (37) Notification from Office of State Aid Road Construction – FY-2014 Bridge Inspection – BR-NBIS(079)B, BRIS-59(79)– Response and Photographic Evidence of Proper Posting due 45 Days from date of this letter being March 7, 2014 (38) Notification from Public Service Commission – Notice of City of Booneville of Its Intent to Change Rates for Gas Service in Its Certified Areas in Prentiss, Alcorn, Tippah, Lee and Itawamba Counties, Mississippi – Recommended Order filed on February 7, 2014, is Adopted (39) Notification from Office of State Aid Road Construction – Letter noting Approval of Plans and Specifications – State Aid Project No. SAP-02(13)M – Proposal and Contract Documents Attached (40) Observation of Good Friday, April 18, 2014 in Place of Confederate Memorial Day, Monday, April 28, 2014 (41) Authorization to Dispose of Old Series License Plates by Recycling at SMC (42) Receipt of Homestead Reimbursement – Period – December 31, 2012 -$13,850.00 (of that amount Alcorn County Schools will receive $5,450.00) and (Alcorn County will receive $8,400.00), Period – December 31, 2013 - $337,159.10 (of that amount Alcorn County will receive $204,243.63) and (Alcorn County Schools will receive $132,915.47) (43) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status from Part Time to Temporary Receptionist for Karen Deberry (44) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Resignation – Levi Pendley (45) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Resignation – Joshua Ligon (46) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Resignation – Matthew Thorne (47) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Resignation – James Mardis (48) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Death of Correctional Officer George McCoy (49) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center (50) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Increase in Number of Inmates (51) County Engineer – 5th District Bridge Project (52) Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. – Five Points Project – Right-of-Way Acquisition (53) Purchase Clerk Paul Rhodes – Authorization to Sell 5th District Tractor at Public Auction (54) Code Red Invoice – $16,542.00 (55) Authorization to Advertise – $500,000.00 Negotiable Note (56) Procurement of Liquid Asphalt, Rock and Other Matters (57) Action on Quotes for Financing New Backhoe for 3rd District (58) Purchase Clerk – Authorization to Surplus and Advertise for Sale of 1999 GMC 6500 Dump Truck of the 2nd District (59) Crossroads Museum (60) American Legion – Recognition of Board of Supervisors for Contributions to Wreathes Across America (61) Request from Jimmy Tate Waldon – 5th District – Ben Bradford on Temporary Basis (62) Request for Executive Session (63) Gary Chandler – TVA Grant for Newly Acquired Alliance Property (64) Authorization for Pay Raise – Kevin Moss – 2nd District Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 968 CITY OF CORINTH 4191.98 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 968 CITY OF CORINTH 32980.45 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 969 ALCORN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION 3827.50 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 977 MS COURT COLLECTIONS 366.37 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 978 TOM SWEAT 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 979 JEREMY BLAYLOCK 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 979 JEREMY BLAYLOCK 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 980 1ST FRANKLIN FINANCIAL 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 981 REPUBLIC FINANCE 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 982 TOWER LOANS 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 982 TOWER LOANS 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 983 MAGNOLIA FINANCIAL 5.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 983 MAGNOLIA FINANCIAL 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 984 QUICK WAY 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 985 JANICE MACHADO 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1115 ALCORN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION 132915.47 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 1115 ALCORN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION 5450.00 Department Total 180086.77 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1006 GE CAPITAL 185.25 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 76.30 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1053 GARY ROSS 233.51 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1055 CABOT LODGE - JACKSON NORTH 109.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1055 CABOT LODGE - JACKSON NORTH 109.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1055 CABOT LODGE - JACKSON NORTH 109.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1055 CABOT LODGE - JACKSON NORTH 109.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1325.65 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 508.37 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.89 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1487.45 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1091 RAYCO, INC. 24.14 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 21.12 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.67 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1855.90 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 696.29 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 162.84 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1487.45 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.15 Department Total 29436.76 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 966 ARCHIVES BINDERY 135.00

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 966 ARCHIVES BINDERY 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 999 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1006 GE CAPITAL 277.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 2.08 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.69 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 281.19 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 126.30 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 281.19 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 36.79 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 61.80 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5219.72 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 810.68 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 949.78 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 365.16 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 85.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1487.45 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.31 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1065 HASLER, INC 2000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1070 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN 593.66 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1070 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1083 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 495.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1083 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 13.53 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1083 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 396.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1083 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 13.53 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1090 GE CAPITAL 132.95 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1091 RAYCO, INC. 41.53 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1091 RAYCO, INC. 15.03 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1097 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 20.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1097 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 148.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1097 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 40.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1097 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 42.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1097 MEMPHIS COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 13.55 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1098 PPI - PRINTING & PROMOTIONAL ITEMS 220.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1098 PPI - PRINTING & PROMOTIONAL ITEMS 14.45 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.96 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1126 SOUTHBANK 80.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5720.32 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 891.75 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 80.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 441.66 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 300.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1170.81 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 452.14 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 105.75 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1529.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.67 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.71 Department Total 25499.70 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 965 HASLER, INC 1044.82 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 998 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 98.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 998 LAWRENCE PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 10.52 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1996.25 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 257.71 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 107.15 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.06 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.64 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1900.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 766.67 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 363.30 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 149.79 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 35.04 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 299.57 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 269.89 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.29 Department Total 7643.67 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 310.80 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.01 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.13 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 190.39 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 310.80 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.01 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.13 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 190.39 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 Department Total 5237.74 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 976 NEOPOST USA, INC 72.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1010 VENTURE TECHNOLOGIES 59.95 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 339.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6126.64 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 910.37 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 368.51 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 86.17 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1784.94 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.72 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1091 RAYCO, INC. 37.50 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1094 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 28.90 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1094 DES MOINES STAMP MFG. CO., INC. 3.80 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1095 THE WATER MAN 19.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1095 THE WATER MAN -11.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1096 REED’S PRINTING, INC 670.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1101 DE LAGE LANDEN 233.74 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5333.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10564.50 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2449.35 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 967.66 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 226.31 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2677.41 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.91 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 51.91 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 1133 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 743.40 Department Total 33801.31 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 964 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 964 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 964 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 964 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. -96.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 1076 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 276.00 Department Total 2030.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2653.53 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 417.92 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 164.51 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.48 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 446.23 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.82 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.26 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1072 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 285.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1072 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 2320.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1072 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 7.96 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1072 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1072 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 623.23 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1072 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2724.41 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 429.09 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 168.91 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 39.50 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 446.23 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.82 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.62 Department Total 10932.52 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1643.20 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 599.85 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 230.40 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 53.89 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 743.73 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.70 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.58 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1807.52 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 625.72 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 240.58 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 56.27 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 743.73 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.70 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.40 Department Total 11122.93 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1775.00 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 279.56 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 110.00 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.72 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 91.66 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .58 Department Total 2282.52 GENERAL COUNTY LAW CLERKS SUPPLEMENTAL SALARY 1047 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 96.00 Department Total 96.00 GENERAL COUNTY PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 1114 MS. PUBLIC ENTITY WORKERS COMP. TRUST 32812.00 Department Total 32812.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 970 JOYCE CRUM 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 970 JOYCE CRUM 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 975 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1246.39 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 975 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 364.46 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 975 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 633.76 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 975 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 801.57 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 975 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 68.81 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 994 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156.86 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 995 TAYLOR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 70.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 996 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 996 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 997 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 2.56 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 997 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 91.22 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 997 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 2.58 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 997 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 15.38 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 997 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 69.95 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 997 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 1.39 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1001 LACKEY’S ELECTRICAL, INC. 139.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1001 LACKEY’S ELECTRICAL, INC. 11.33

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CONTINUED FROM 1C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1002 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 178.15 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1007 NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS 61.11 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1014 MILLER’S AUTO LUBE 37.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1014 MILLER’S AUTO LUBE 14.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1014 MILLER’S AUTO LUBE 17.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1019 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 44.26 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1019 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 83.21 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1019 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 80.69 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1019 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 77.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1019 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 61.18 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1020 BRIGGS, INC. 10.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1020 BRIGGS, INC. 76.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1020 BRIGGS, INC. 4.05 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1022 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 3.49 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1023 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1023 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 17.49 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1023 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.62 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1059 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 3684.40 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1059 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 833.67 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1059 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 365.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1060 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 1148.72 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1060 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 536.45 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1060 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 3678.28 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1062 VERIZON WIRELESS 68.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2605.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 567.90 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 221.03 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 51.69 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 892.47 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 17.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1075 C SPIRE WIRELESS 42.19 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1079 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 120.69 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1079 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 4.70 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1079 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 27.11 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1080 TAYLOR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 80.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1081 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 205.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1082 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 11.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1082 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 88.23 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1082 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 14.31 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1084 HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 512.08 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1085 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 27.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1085 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 17.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1085 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.40 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1085 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 18.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1085 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.19 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1085 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 5.25 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1088 ORKIN PEST CONTROL 52.31 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1100 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.32 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1100 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 89.85 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 90.01 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 69.15 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 86.65 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 87.78 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 40.95 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 20.85 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 151.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 114.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1108 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 179.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1109 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 13.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1109 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1109 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1109 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 21.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1109 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE -19.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 109.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 35.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 7.07 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 11.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 44.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.77 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1110 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 22.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1121 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 101.73 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1121 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 619.22 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1121 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 66.65 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2107.63 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1100.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 505.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 196.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 45.92 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 892.47 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.83 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1128 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1191.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1128 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 316.37 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1128 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 534.73 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1128 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 692.59 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1128 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION -24.87 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 569.16 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 143.66 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 65.55 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 62.79 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 152.85 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 40.70 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 59.75 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 48.21 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 605.01 Department Total 33123.99 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1032 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 525.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1044 PREMISE, INC. 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1044 PREMISE, INC. 423.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1045 I B M CORPORATION 1974.26 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1045 I B M CORPORATION 116.24 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1050 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 210.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1050 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 120.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1051 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 290.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1051 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 270.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1051 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 250.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1052 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 1140.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1052 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 80.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1111 COMCAST CABLE 160.27 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 1123 COMCAST CABLE 144.85 Department Total 7203.62 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 990 PURCHASE POWER 73.88 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1028 VETERANS SERVICE CENTER 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1312.50 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 332.72 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 125.66 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.39 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.76 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10.13 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 13.78 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 20.98 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 7.99 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1387.50 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 880.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 357.13 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 135.27 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.64 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.76 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10.91 Department Total 6851.96 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 967 LEE COUNTY 887.49 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 971 MELODY J POWELL 56.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 991 AMY COLE LOTHORP 184.80 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1067 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 3959.02 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1068 RAMONA M ROBERTS 56.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1155.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6600.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1134.79 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 480.61 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 112.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 555.26 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.50 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.03 Department Total 15187.90 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 967 LEE COUNTY 2074.54 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1003 HATTIESBURG COMPUTER SUPPLIES, INC. 242.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1003 HATTIESBURG COMPUTER SUPPLIES, INC. 22.01 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1004 THE PHONE BOOTH 283.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 989.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 249.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 65.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 259.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 595.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1011 PREMISE, INC. 188.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1056 LINDA WHITE 206.08 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1161.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 182.86 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 68.30 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.97 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.51 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1067 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 4672.97 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1095 THE WATER MAN 46.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1116 LEE COUNTY 1255.10 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1116 LEE COUNTY 46.06 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1117 MAILFINANCE 825.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1118 HASLER, INC 50.37 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4311.99 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4958.34 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 550.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1477.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 599.62 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 140.24 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1551.78

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.79 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.53 Department Total 27522.83 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 972 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 972 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 972 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 993 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 993 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 993 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1015 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 178.20 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1015 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 43.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1017 ADAPTS ELECTRONIC MONITORING 247.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1017 ADAPTS ELECTRONIC MONITORING 13.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1017 ADAPTS ELECTRONIC MONITORING 23.40 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1017 ADAPTS ELECTRONIC MONITORING 2.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1048 TRENT L SPENCER 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.02 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.13 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.07 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.36 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .17 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.06 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1064 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1064 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1064 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1064 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1077 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1077 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1077 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1077 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1077 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1077 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1095 THE WATER MAN 11.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1102 ADAPTS ELECTRONIC MONITORING 123.50 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1102 ADAPTS ELECTRONIC MONITORING 6.50 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 58.64 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1450.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2325.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 628.59 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 249.94 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 58.46 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 763.86 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.80 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.26 Department Total 8085.96 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 973 KELLYE GARRETT APMHNP 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 973 KELLYE GARRETT APMHNP 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 973 KELLYE GARRETT APMHNP 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 973 KELLYE GARRETT APMHNP 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 973 KELLYE GARRETT APMHNP 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 973 KELLYE GARRETT APMHNP 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 989 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1066 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1066 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 458.34 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.42 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.65 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.29 Department Total 1395.70 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 34.99 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4340.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1213.81 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 469.34 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 109.77 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1784.94 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.52 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1090 GE CAPITAL 57.13 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1095 THE WATER MAN 16.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1095 THE WATER MAN 11.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 36.90 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1107 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.99 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1122 AT&T MOBILITY 33.73 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4774.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1282.16 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 496.25 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.06 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1784.94 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.69 Department Total 23385.14 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 974 MSME 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 974 MSME 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 987 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 70.26 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 988 JOSH HODUM 93.86 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1042 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 675.14 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1042 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 32.58 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1074 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 143.60 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1122 AT&T MOBILITY 120.87 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 900.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2125.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 476.44 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 185.58 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 43.40 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 14.97 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 1131 AT&T MOBILITY 50.26 Department Total 6684.44 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1027 TRENT KELLY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY 4200.00 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1715.00 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 270.11 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 106.04 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.80 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.55 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 691.67 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4929.00 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6178.34 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1858.35 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 729.27 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.56 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1487.45 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.38 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.36 Department Total 22733.25 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1049 ROBERT G MOORE 212.75 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4772.75 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 751.71 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 293.94 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 68.74 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 6698.62 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6562.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1033.60 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 399.29 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 93.39 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1189.96 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.25 Department Total 9302.49 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATION 1026 LEE COUNTY 456.93 Department Total 456.93 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT ADMINISTRATION 1026 LEE COUNTY 1019.30 Department Total 1019.30 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 986 JOE CALDWELL - CIRCUIT CLERK 7500.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 986 JOE CALDWELL - CIRCUIT CLERK GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 989.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 249.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 65.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 259.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 595.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 1030.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 189.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1011 PREMISE, INC. 249.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 940.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 360.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.32 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.22 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.80 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1119 BOBBY MCDANIEL 213.10 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3780.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 562.50 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 756.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 143.88 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 312.48 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 73.06 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2970.09 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.60 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.89 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.69 Department Total 21489.63 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1005 HAMMOND WRECKER SERVICE 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1008 AUTO ZONE, INC. 8.36 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1008 AUTO ZONE, INC. 6.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1008 AUTO ZONE, INC. 6.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1012 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MGT, INC 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1013 REED’S PRINTING, INC 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1013 REED’S PRINTING, INC 325.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1016 DE LAGE LANDEN 112.20 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1016 DE LAGE LANDEN 269.04 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1054 C SPIRE WIRELESS 493.42 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1057 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 770.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1057 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 476.67 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2167.31 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20542.70

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Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3483.47 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1345.21 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 314.61 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4164.86 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.20 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 108.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1069 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1732.46 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1069 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1808.97 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1079 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 22.25 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1086 CITIZENS PAGE 37.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1086 CITIZENS PAGE 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1086 CITIZENS PAGE 56.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1087 TUPELO CRIME LABORATORY 900.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1091 RAYCO, INC. 79.09 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1093 AUTO ZONE, INC. 13.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1099 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 224.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1099 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 224.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1104 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 15.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1112 SMITH SERVICES 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1112 SMITH SERVICES 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1113 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1658.54 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1123 COMCAST CABLE 111.90 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1126 SOUTHBANK 40.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5999.66 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2167.31 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20774.88 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4445.54 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1727.30 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 403.98 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4603.75 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.97 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 109.64 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1129 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 42.19 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1129 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1132 C SPIRE WIRELESS 489.38 Department Total 83790.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 992 COMCAST CABLE 71.97 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1006 GE CAPITAL 155.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1624.60 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5820.36 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1172.58 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 446.15 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 104.35 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2055.07 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.99 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 35.98 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1079 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .42 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1091 RAYCO, INC. 21.47 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 292.15 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1120 COMCAST CABLE 76.97 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 833.67 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1624.60 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6061.44 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1341.84 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 512.18 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 119.79 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2116.06 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.37 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 37.17 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 642.86 Department Total 25193.04 GENERAL COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE 1034 MAGNOLIA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER 2500.00 Department Total 2500.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 962 CHARLES C HINDS, JR 3630.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1073 MISSISSIPPI CONSTABLE’S ASSOCIATION 350.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1103 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC 1750.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1103 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC -350.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1103 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC 39.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.63 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.30 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.18 Department Total 5604.11 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 963 ROGER VOYLES 4710.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1103 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC 1750.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1103 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC -350.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1103 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC 39.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.63 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.30 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.18 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 6932.84 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 987 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 145.32 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 987 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 253.29 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 999 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 23.29 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 999 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 21.99 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1009 RDJ SPECIALTIES, INC. 247.50 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1009 RDJ SPECIALTIES, INC. 19.43 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1018 HUGHES OUTDOORS & MARINE INC 479.59 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1071 COMCAST CABLE 15.84 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1074 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 86.31 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1074 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 146.33 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1093 AUTO ZONE, INC. 19.39 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1093 AUTO ZONE, INC. 29.98 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1105 REIDBUILT GENERATOR & STARTER CO. 109.35 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1105 REIDBUILT GENERATOR & STARTER CO. 15.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1122 AT&T MOBILITY 316.61 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3416.67 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 538.13 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 185.32 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 43.34 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 14.95 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 70.35 Department Total 6796.71 GENERAL COUNTY AIRPORT 1037 CORINTH-ALCORN AIRPORT BOARD 8983.33 Department Total 8983.33 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1038 ALCORN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 66548.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1078 MISSISSIPPI VITAL RECORDS 117.00 Department Total 66665.50 GENERAL COUNTY RED CROSS 1024 AMERICAN RED CROSS 227.43 Department Total 227.43 GENERAL COUNTY RABIES AND ANIMAL CONTROL 1040 CORINTH ALCORN ANIMAL SHELTER 2083.33 Department Total 2083.33 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1043 CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1058 BANCORP SOUTH 1400.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1058 BANCORP SOUTH Department Total 2400.00 GENERAL COUNTY TIMBER HILLS 1035 TIMBER HILLS MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 25044.00 Department Total 25044.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1004 THE PHONE BOOTH 285.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1004 THE PHONE BOOTH 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1004 THE PHONE BOOTH 27.50 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1004 THE PHONE BOOTH 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1025 ALCORN CO DEPT HUMAN SERVICES 450.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 334.15 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 52.63 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20.72 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.85 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.67 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1079 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 73.29 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1091 RAYCO, INC. 26.12 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1092 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 329.06 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1108 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 17.23 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1121 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 722.17 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 326.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 51.35 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20.21 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.73 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.63 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 1130 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 674.25 Department Total 3557.56 GENERAL COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY 1030 ALCORN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY 10616.67 Department Total 10616.67 GENERAL COUNTY NE MS COMMUNITY SERVICES 1029 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY SERVICES 4027.50 Department Total 4027.50 GENERAL COUNTY S.A.F.E. 1046 S.A.F.E, INC. 2500.00 Department Total 2500.00 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MS REGIONAL LIBRARY 1031 NORTHEAST REGIONAL LIBRARY 11355.75 Department Total 11355.75 GENERAL COUNTY JACINTO 1033 JACINTO FOUNDATION 12289.00 Department Total 12289.00 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM 1041 CROSSROADS MUSEUM 4900.00 Department Total 4900.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1036 SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION 2778.46 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1040.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 163.80 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 63.34 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 14.81 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1063 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.11 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1125 SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1144.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 180.18 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 69.79 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.32 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 297.49 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.63 Department Total 7580.18 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 994 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 89.40 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1000 KROGER - STORE 454 89.47 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1000 KROGER - STORE 454 33.88 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1000 KROGER - STORE 454 66.49 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1000 KROGER - STORE 454 55.31 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1000 KROGER - STORE 454 71.73 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 93.98 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.94

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.38 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.39 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.97 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 34.99 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.69 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 14.29 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 65.98 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 33.45 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1021 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1061 C SPIRE WIRELESS 124.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1089 RICOH USA, INC. 1158.99 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 8.85 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1106 BRIGGS, INC. 15.70 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1124 ALCORN COUNTY 4-H 5500.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1386.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2538.01 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 238.87 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.87 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 1127 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.27 Department Total 11774.90 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MS PLANNING & DEV 1032 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 1541.16 Department Total 1541.16 GENERAL COUNTY INCUBATOR BUILDING 1039 NORTHEAST MS BUSINESS INCUBATOR SYSTEM 1225.00 Department Total 1225.00 Fund Total 839712.37 KIMBERLY-CLARK R-O-W FUND 4/05 ROAD AND BRIDGES 4 MITCHELL, MCNUTT, TREADGILL,SMITH & SAMS 30.00 Department Total 30.00 Fund Total 30.00 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 17 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 1706.04 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 17 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 928.30 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 18 WILBANKS WEECON-DU-IT ELECTRIC 868.12 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 19 LESLEY’S FLOOR DESIGNS 128.25 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 19 LESLEY’S FLOOR DESIGNS 249.90 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 19 LESLEY’S FLOOR DESIGNS 475.00 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 19 LESLEY’S FLOOR DESIGNS 55.00 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 19 LESLEY’S FLOOR DESIGNS 85.00 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 20 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 CAP LOAN - FLOWERS BAKERIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 21 HOOVER, INC. 162.08 Department Total 4832.69 Fund Total 4832.69 REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL Fund Total EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY

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GE CAPITAL 354.73 TRI-STATE CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 550.00 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.69 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.19 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.29 OFFICEPRO, INC. 13.98 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.16 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.09 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.98 COAST, LLC 600.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4872.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 942.17 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 358.37 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 83.81 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1297.06 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.64 GE CAPITAL 354.73 GE CAPITAL 132.85 RAYCO, INC. 18.48 RAYCO, INC. 10.34 THE WATER MAN 19.00 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 67.01 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 61.60 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5359.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1018.91 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 388.58 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 90.88 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1297.06 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 26.07 20262.27 20262.27 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.68 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.79 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.79 OFFICEPRO, INC. 16.44 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.40 OFFICEPRO, INC. 43.74 OFFICEPRO, INC. 115.98 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.99 OFFICEPRO, INC. 63.39 OFFICEPRO, INC. 23.99 OFFICEPRO, INC. -95.54 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1528.84 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 83.88 PRECISION COMMUNICATION, INC. 3650.00 PRECISION COMMUNICATION, INC. IP CASION RESORT 448.00 IP CASION RESORT IP CASION RESORT IP CASION RESORT PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1550.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12571.93 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2147.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 855.78 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 200.15 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3272.39 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.56 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 69.02 PRECISION COMMUNICATION, INC. 1920.00 C SPIRE WIRELESS 129.97 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1550.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13916.20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2336.01 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 939.14 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 219.62 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3272.39 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.56 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 75.74 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 23.02 AT&T 2242.00 53259.52 53259.52 112 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 111.11 112 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1040.47 112 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 182.68 112 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 897.29 113 WASTE CONNECTION 9935.64 114 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 142.46 115 RICKMAN’S USED CARS & TOWING 75.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 165.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 275.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 18.75 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR .75 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 110.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR .75 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 87.10 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 18.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 28.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 60.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 330.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 4.50 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 165.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 110.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 38.60 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 75.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 110.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR .50 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 114.45 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 280.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 455.95 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 45.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 109.50 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 18.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 78.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 166.14 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 12.50 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 116 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 117 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 124.00 117 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 15.00 117 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 152.27 117 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 27.50 117 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 83.99 118 JUSTIN CROTTS 435.00 119 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 64.64 121 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 1947.00 121 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 355.65 122 AT&T MOBILITY 108.97 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3570.50 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 488.33 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 217.50 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 50.87 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.76 123 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 17.54 124 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .61 125 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 192.99 125 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 673.46 125 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 375.75

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Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 125 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 963.98 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 126 WASTE CONNECTION 8325.44 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 127 TRUCK CENTER, INC. 44.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 128 HAMMOND WRECKER SERVICE 400.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 129 GEORGE’S DINER 462.70 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 130 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 120.73 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 130 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 130 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 20.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 130 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 18.83 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 130 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 5.20 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 131 RED BUD SUPPLY, INC 180.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 131 RED BUD SUPPLY, INC 12.63 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 132 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 611.90 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2626.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 180.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 394.84 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.16 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 39.80 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.76 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 133 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.73 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 134 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 200.38 Department Total 40538.26 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 120 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 5090.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 120 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 274.56 Department Total 5365.22 Fund Total 45903.48 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 18 BRICKHOUSE SECURITY 99.95 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 19 CARS FOR LESS 589.93 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 20 MS STATE UNIVERSITY 415.96 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 21 STOLZTELECOM 150.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 21 STOLZTELECOM 66.60 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 22 TRISTATE INTERNET 300.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 22 TRISTATE INTERNET 69.95 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 419.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 100.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 56.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 149.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 16.06 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 1799.86 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 23 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 115.00 Department Total 4347.31 Fund Total 4347.31 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 146 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 173.09 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 146 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 466.95 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 147 COMCAST CABLE 49.68 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 148 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 900.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 149 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 2.54 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 25.16 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.85 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 15.46 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 76.64 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 65.26 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 30.44 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.35 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 11.10 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 14.70 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 30.44 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.99 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 38.98 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 12.08 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 150 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 74.08 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 151 HOOVER, INC. 454.66 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 151 HOOVER, INC. -175.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 155 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 19.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6320.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 919.80 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 383.86 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 89.77 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1784.94 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 156 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.96 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 158 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 4.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 159 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 385.04 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 159 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 371.77 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 159 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 485.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 160 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 990.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 68.50 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 162 BUZ PLAXICO DOZER SERVICE, INC. 150.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 3.18 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 3.18 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 3.11 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 3.72 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 3.20 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 3.41 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 WEST CORINTH GROCERY 4.26 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 164 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 66.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 164 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 15.09 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 FASTENAL COMPANY 5.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 56.76 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.93 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 1.87 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 18.99 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 1.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 18.83 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 80.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. 446.11 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. 231.65 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. 152.35 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. 670.57 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. 140.45 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 HOOVER, INC. -485.38 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 BRIGGS, INC. 60.20 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 170 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 99.21 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 170 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 88.67 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 170 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 105.52 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 171 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 11.48 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 171 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 19.95 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 171 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 14.13 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 171 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 11.99 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 157 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 463.05 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 172 JIMMY H AND SUSAN DEPOYSTER 450.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 JERRY AND VIVIAN L CHILDERS 700.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6984.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1011.79 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 425.02 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 99.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1784.94 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.28 Department Total 28195.05 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 152 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 238.94 Department Total 238.94 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 153 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 539.85 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 153 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 29.07 Department Total 568.92 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 154 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1641.99 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 154 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 37.50 Department Total 1679.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 152 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 6.54 Department Total 6.54 Fund Total 30688.94 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 220 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 221 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 147.05 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 221 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 116.42 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 222 BELL LIQUEFIED GAS, INC. 65.42 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 222 BELL LIQUEFIED GAS, INC. 70.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 223 MIKE’S WINDSHIELD SERVICE 725.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 224 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 99.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 225 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 181.58 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 226 PENNZOIL 38.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 226 PENNZOIL 4.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 226 PENNZOIL 38.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 226 PENNZOIL 9.98 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 227 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 37.90 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 227 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 42.92 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 227 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 39.98 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 228 GEORGE’S DINER 347.13 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 229 JUSTIN CROTTS 527.91 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 229 JUSTIN CROTTS 425.41 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 230 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 231 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 80.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 231 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 80.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 231 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 80.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 232 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 101.89 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 233 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 334.32 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 235 GEORGE’S DINER 288.65 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 236 JUSTIN CROTTS 851.87 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 237 JOSEPH MCNAIR 250.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 238 TKE 225.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 238 TKE 120.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 ALL AMERICAN DINER 8.20 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 239 ALL AMERICAN DINER 35.40 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 240 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 7.84 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 240 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 4.71 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4380.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 548.10 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 268.25 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 62.74 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 892.47 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 241 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 21.63 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 242 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 243 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 145.44 Department Total 11758.82 Fund Total 11758.82 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 139 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 140 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 1133.04 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 140 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 90.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 140 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.00

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 141 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 72.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 141 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 3.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 141 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 1.59 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 141 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 9.78 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 141 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 6.98 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 141 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 13.85 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 142 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 100.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 142 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 19.60 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 142 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 14.66 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 142 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 15.60 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 143 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 834.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 143 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 2049.60 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 143 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 37.80 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 143 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 80.83 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 144 COLD MIX, INC. 2151.35 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 145 Z & N DIESEL SERVICE 560.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 145 Z & N DIESEL SERVICE 20.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 141.05 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 30.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH -30.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 1.99 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.99 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.49 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 146 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 14.68 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 147 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 1307.37 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6032.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 824.04 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 370.17 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 86.57 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1487.45 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 150 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.86 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 151 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 4.94 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 152 HANDY MAN RENTALS 45.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 153 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 7.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 154 VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY 490.58 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 155 LEWIS SUPPLY, INC. 24.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 156 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 26.50 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 156 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 28.50 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 156 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.95 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 156 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 579.62 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 156 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 45.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 156 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 157 BUZ PLAXICO DOZER SERVICE, INC. 150.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 158 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 2028.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 158 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1112.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 158 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 79.50 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 158 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 50.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 159 SCRUGGS FARM & SUPPLY, LLC 149.18 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 159 SCRUGGS FARM & SUPPLY, LLC 7.72 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 160 TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 119.96 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 161 BRIGGS, INC. 76.50 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7540.70 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 979.26 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 463.70 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 108.44 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1487.45 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 162 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 37.40 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 163 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 164 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 88.20 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 164 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 69.66 Department Total 33378.30 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 149 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 358.30 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 149 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 14.77 Department Total 373.07 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 148 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1259.96 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 148 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 36.51 Department Total 1296.47 Fund Total 35047.84 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 114 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 95.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 114 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 135.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 115 COLD MIX, INC. 741.20 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 116 FASTENAL COMPANY 5.36 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 116 FASTENAL COMPANY 5.92 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 119 AT&T MOBILITY 71.43 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4960.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 781.20 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 305.12 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 71.36 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1189.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.61 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 121 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .04 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 41.73 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 122 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 25.48 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 123 BUZ PLAXICO DOZER SERVICE, INC. 150.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 124 COLD MIX, INC. 735.25 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 124 COLD MIX, INC. 600.10 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 125 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 114.88 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 125 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 130.95 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 126 TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 89.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 127 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 15.01 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 127 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 29.88 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 127 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 19.95 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 128 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 129 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 159.99 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5456.00 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 859.32 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 335.85 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 78.54 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1189.96 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 130 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.09 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 131 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 24.53 Department Total 18685.74 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 117 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 486.93 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 117 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 24.71 Department Total 511.64 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 118 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1538.65 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 118 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 83.75 Department Total 1622.40 Fund Total 20819.78 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 158 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 194.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 158 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 447.90 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 158 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 121.68 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 159 BELL LIQUEFIED GAS, INC. 65.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 160 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 103.74 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 75.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 150.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 27.50 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 330.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 75.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 90.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 110.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 161 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 15.50 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 162 T L S L, INC. 2145.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 METAL WORKS 60.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 163 METAL WORKS 78.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 164 AUTO ZONE, INC. 72.48 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 303.60 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC .92 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 102.30 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 165 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC .31 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 166 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 72.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 188.70 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 608.33 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 192.38 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 167 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 598.58 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 FASTENAL COMPANY 5.14 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 FASTENAL COMPANY 7.79 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 168 FASTENAL COMPANY 23.31 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 169 W L TOMLINSON FARM & BLDG SUPPLY 3.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 170 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 170 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 170 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 171 TAG TRUCK CENTER OF TUPELO 85.46 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 171 TAG TRUCK CENTER OF TUPELO 72.08 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 172 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 19.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3325.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 523.69 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 203.23 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.53 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 892.47 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 173 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.39 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 175 A T & T LONG DISTANCE .61 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 TRI-CITIES TRUCK PARTS 444.94 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 TRI-CITIES TRUCK PARTS 612.08 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 176 TRI-CITIES TRUCK PARTS 63.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 208.13 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1044.10 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 141.25 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 177 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 369.41 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 178 DR. WILLIAM JACKSON 60.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 179 BELL LIQUEFIED GAS, INC. 140.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 179 BELL LIQUEFIED GAS, INC. 24.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 180 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 6.98 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 181 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 220.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 181 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 18.70 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 181 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 220.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 181 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 85.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 182 W. L. TOMLINSON COMPANY, INC. 3.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 183 BUZ PLAXICO DOZER SERVICE, INC. 150.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 AUTO ZONE, INC. 108.72 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 AUTO ZONE, INC. 22.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 AUTO ZONE, INC. 2.34 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 AUTO ZONE, INC. 5.57 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 184 AUTO ZONE, INC. 9.49 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 185 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 95.00

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Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 211.20 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 186 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC .64 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 187 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 10.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 187 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 14.90 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 187 CHESTER IMPLEMENT CO. 1398.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 188 SHILOH SAND & GRAVEL, INC 198.38 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 189 FASTENAL COMPANY 21.84 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 189 FASTENAL COMPANY 9.38 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 188.20 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 4.68 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.40 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.18 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 59.88 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 8.50 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 1.70 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 8.19 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 190 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH -14.98 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 250.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 250.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 191 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 100.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 192 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 193 HOOVER, INC. 254.61 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 193 HOOVER, INC. 506.74 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.65 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 194 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.48 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 195 TIGRETT STEEL & SUPPLY, INC. 145.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 195 TIGRETT STEEL & SUPPLY, INC. 34.00 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 195 TIGRETT STEEL & SUPPLY, INC. 619.42 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 84.88 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 33.18 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 174 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 40.51 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4872.80 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 578.47 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 299.19 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 69.97 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 892.47 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 196 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.13 5TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 197 C SPIRE WIRELESS 68.94 Department Total 27508.34 Fund Total 27508.34 1ST DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 297.60 Department Total 297.60 Fund Total 297.60 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 26 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 320.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 2016.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1668.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 79.50 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 27 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 75.60 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 28 DANNY PETERS 1450.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 29 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 29 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 29 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 29 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 29 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 29 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 220.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 30 JOSEPH MCNAIR 600.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 30 JOSEPH MCNAIR 400.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 31 NORTH MS PIPE SOLUTION 1250.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 32 HOOVER, INC. 340.51 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 32 HOOVER, INC. 320.26 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 32 HOOVER, INC. 159.94 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 32 HOOVER, INC. 665.86 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3750.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 519.75 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 229.19 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 53.61 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 892.47 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 234 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.48 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 39 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 149.12 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 39 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 129.77 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 40 C SPIRE WIRELESS 179.28 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 41 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 900.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 42 BUZ PLAXICO DOZER SERVICE, INC. 150.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 43 DANNY PETERS 425.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 43 DANNY PETERS 1200.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 44 JOSEPH MCNAIR 550.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 45 AARON WILBANKS 600.00 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 46 HOOVER, INC. 300.77 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 46 HOOVER, INC. 164.83 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 46 HOOVER, INC. 167.04 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 47 HOOVER, INC. 323.81 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 48 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 1925.00 Department Total 23209.43 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 34 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 870.09 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 34 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 42.61 Department Total 912.70 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 36 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 969.12 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 36 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 53.73 Department Total 1022.85 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 35 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 743.34 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 35 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 56.85 Department Total 800.19 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 33 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 528.18 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 33 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 25.86 Department Total 554.04 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 38 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 398.06 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 38 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 21.67 Department Total 419.73 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 37 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 290.43 2ND DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT LEASE PURCHASES 37 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 9.62 Department Total 300.05 Fund Total 27218.99 4TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 725.00 4TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 218.00 Department Total 943.00 Fund Total 943.00 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 SKYLINE STEEL CORPORATION 7276.50 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 SKYLINE STEEL CORPORATION 2079.00 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 SKYLINE STEEL CORPORATION 1312.50 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 10 FASTENAL COMPANY 1706.52 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 10 FASTENAL COMPANY -560.75 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 67.50 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 900.00 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 648.00 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 1036.80 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 648.00 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 648.00 5TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 783.00 Department Total 16545.07 Fund Total 16545.07 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 243 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 178.84 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 243 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 333.03 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 244 MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT, INC 4500.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 244 MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT, INC 5000.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 245 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 5223.45 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 245 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 288.28 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 246 COMCAST CABLE 318.58 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 246 COMCAST CABLE 687.79 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 1682.46 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 139.29 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 242.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 167.05 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 242.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 15.03 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 200.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 99.07 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 247 MEDICAL PLAZA PHARMACY 27.67 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 248 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 63.49 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 248 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 2.35 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 248 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.91 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 248 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 16.89 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 248 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 7.28 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 248 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.33 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 249 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.78 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 249 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 17.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 249 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 17.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 25.15 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 612.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 174.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 28.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 298.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 37.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 60.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 154.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 188.08 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 28.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 82.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 175.48 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 84.10 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 872.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 77.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 68.78 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 55.66 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 76.82 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 126.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 29.48 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 25.15 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 250 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 119.60 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 251 JOHNSON CONTROLS 1744.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 252 OFFICEPRO, INC. 67.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 252 OFFICEPRO, INC. 7.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 252 OFFICEPRO, INC. 64.76 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 252 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.49 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 252 OFFICEPRO, INC. 33.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 253 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 12.98

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 254 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 74.44 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 255 TIGRETT STEEL & SUPPLY, INC. 140.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 255 TIGRETT STEEL & SUPPLY, INC. 194.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 256 PRIME LOGIC, INC 2000.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 258 MS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 670.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 259 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 5448.43 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2450.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31158.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3425.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 988.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1708.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3256.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5929.17 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2663.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 623.02 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10709.64 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 75.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 260 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 214.81 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 261 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 148.77 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 261 A T & T LONG DISTANCE 1.74 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 262 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 245.82 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 262 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 378.18 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 263 GE CAPITAL 213.13 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 263 GE CAPITAL 213.13 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 263 GE CAPITAL 121.26 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 264 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10447.44 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 264 CBM FOOD SERVICE 102.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 264 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10291.56 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 264 CBM FOOD SERVICE 102.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 265 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 45.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 266 K-MART -39.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 266 K-MART 34.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 266 K-MART 39.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 267 RAYCO, INC. 175.85 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 267 RAYCO, INC. 106.78 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 268 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 490.42 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 268 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 475.26 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 269 NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS 2.32 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 269 NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS 3.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 269 NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS 3.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 487.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 25.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 93.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 166.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 97.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 115.05 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 115.05 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 53.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 333.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 36.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 42.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 270 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 212.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 271 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 160.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 271 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 5.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 272 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 57.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 332.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 332.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 124.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 234.66 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 332.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 332.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 273 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC -282.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 274 RAYCO, INC. 213.13 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 275 E FIRE PROTECTION SECURITY SAFETY 250.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 275 E FIRE PROTECTION SECURITY SAFETY 468.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 276 CINCINNATI SYSTEMS/MID-STATES 176.66 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 276 CINCINNATI SYSTEMS/MID-STATES 13.65 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 277 MORPHOTRUST USA 542.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 278 BRIGGS, INC. 90.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 278 BRIGGS, INC. 4.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 279 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.29 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 279 OFFICEPRO, INC. 13.69 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 279 OFFICEPRO, INC. 11.38 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 279 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.29 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 279 OFFICEPRO, INC. 73.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 280 NORTH MS. ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 3050.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 281 C SPIRE WIRELESS 461.41 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1300.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2655.91 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 33011.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3425.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 988.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1708.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3256.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6252.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2871.14 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 671.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10209.76 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 594.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 72.04 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 282 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 225.11 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 283 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 1096.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 283 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 1864.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 283 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 5979.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 284 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 2470.53 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 284 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 5230.16 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 284 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 278.81 Department Total 216374.46 JUSTICE CENTER LEASE PURCHASES 257 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1062.09 JUSTICE CENTER LEASE PURCHASES 257 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 40.68 Department Total 1102.77 Fund Total 217477.23 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 16 DPS FUND #3747 1999.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 17 CRIMESTOPPERS 282.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 566.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 18202.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 2818.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 258.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 1406.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 5840.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 6976.10 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 1594.08 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 1145.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 266.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 3788.71 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 80.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 1200.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 600.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 18 STATE TREASURER 4800.00 Department Total 51822.89 Fund Total 51822.89 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 98 UNITED HEALTHCARE 5426.29 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 99 LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 1869.02 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 100 AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 1535.87 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 101 METLIFE - SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 32.05 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 102 AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE INS CO 40.95 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 103 HUMANA INSURANCE COMPANY 798.76 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 103 HUMANA INSURANCE COMPANY 752.80 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 104 CAIC PRIMARY ACCOUNT 1522.84 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 105 SOUTHERN STATES POLICE BENEOVOLENT ASSN 376.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 106 LEGALSHIELD 206.30 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 107 NEW BENEFITS, LTD 265.30 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 108 MARY THRASHER 11.75 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 108 MARY THRASHER PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 109 TAMMY COPELAND 19.86 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 109 TAMMY COPELAND PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 110 LANA RIDER 7.98 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 110 LANA RIDER PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 111 MONICA HEAVENS 43.99 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 111 MONICA HEAVENS PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 112 DEANNA STROUD 22.01 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 112 DEANNA STROUD PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 113 UNITED WAY 78.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 114 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 43.68 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 114 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 45.15 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 114 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 43.68 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 114 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 43.68 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 115 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 19.71 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 115 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 19.71 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 115 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 30.01 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 116 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 24.39 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 116 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 24.39 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 116 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 24.39 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 116 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 24.39 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 117 BLAYLOCK LAW FIRM, PLLC 276.53 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 118 LESTER F SMITH, ATTY AT LAW 383.32 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 119 PIONEER CREDIT RECOVERY, INC 459.95 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 119 PIONEER CREDIT RECOVERY, INC PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 120 THOMAS L. SWEAT, ATTY AT LAW 12.87 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 120 THOMAS L. SWEAT, ATTY AT LAW 300.71 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 121 TERRE M VARDAMAN 244.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 121 TERRE M VARDAMAN 728.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 122 CRDU 205.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 122 CRDU 350.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 123 WILSON, HINTON AND WOOD, P.A. 630.32 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 124 LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF ALABAMA 37.32 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS TOTAL NET PAY 116649.54 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS TOTAL NET PAY 178911.39 Department Total 312541.90 Fund Total 312541.90


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