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Ex-senator pleads guilty to bribery BY JEFF AMY Associated Press

JACKSON — A former state senator pleaded guilty in Mississippi’s prison contract bribery scandal Tuesday, becoming the sixth person to admit to guilt in the investigation centering on former Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps.

Alcorn County native Irb Benjamin of Madison pleaded guilty to one count of bribery before U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate in Jackson. Benjamin faces up to 10 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines. Prosecutors also want him to forfeit money he gained. He remains free until sentenc-

ing on $10,000 bail. Indicted in August 2015, Benjamin faced one count of honest services wire fraud and two counts of bribery. If he had been convicted of all three, he could have faced up to 40 years in prison and up to $750,000 in fines. Benjamin admitted in court that he gave Epps bribes and

kickbacks in exchange for the state selecting his company, Mississippi Correctional Management, to provide drug and alcohol treatment services to inmates at state work centers in Alcorn and Simpson counties. The company collected about $774,000, according to court documents.

He also admitted paying Epps to help the company obtain consulting contracts worth $862,000 overall from three counties: Alcorn, Washington and Chickasaw. All three counties built regional jails, which had to be Please see BRIBERY | 6A

Benjamin paints Epps as aggressor BY JEFF AMY Associated Press

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Corinth Fire Department Training Officer Jerry Worley is heading up the fundraiser to purchase a new “Sparky” firepup suit.

‘Sparky’ needs a new suit BY ZACK STEEN zsteen@dailycorinthian.com

“Sparky” has seen better days. The Corinth Fire Department is working to raise funds needed to replace the wornout “Sparky” firepup mascot costume. “The suit has about had it,” said Training Officer Jerry

Worley. Part of continuing education at the Corinth Fire Department, “Sparky” is very important to the community, said Worley. “We use the suit to help teach kids about fire safety. He goes to community events, rides in Christmas parades and gives groups tours of the

fire station,” said Worley. Developed by the National Fire Safety Council, the friendly Dalmatian character makes learning about fire and burn prevention and life safety issues, fun, entertaining and non-threatening. “‘Sparky’ is a friendly and Please see SPARKY | 2A

Oasis center will offer ultrasounds for free

JACKSON — The highestranking former politician yet snared by Mississippi’s bribesfor-prison contracts scandal said Tuesday that the longtime corrections commissioner, Christopher Epps, had pressed him for years to “put something in my hand” or “give me something to hold.” As former state Sen. Irb Benjamin of Alcorn County pleaded guilty to bribing Epps, he told U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate that he finally gave in to Epps’ demands while consulting for Alcorn, Washington and Chickasaw counties, each of which was building a regional jail to be filled with state inmates. Benjamin said Epps threatened to supply only the minimum number of inmates required under state contracts, which could have caused the counties to lose money on the projects and possibly have to raise taxes to pay for them. “He made it clear: ‘If I don’t get paid, you don’t get inmates,’” Benjamin told the judge. Benjamin became the sixth person to plead guilty in the scandal. Benjamin faces up to 10 years in prison and up

Irb Benjamin Former Alcorn County state senator to $250,000 in fines, rather than 40 years in prison and $750,000 in fines before the plea. Prosecutors also want him to forfeit money he gained. Wingate set a Jan. 24 sentencing date and Benjamin remains free on $10,000 bail. Epps faces up to 23 years after pleading guilty to money laundering and filing false tax returns related to $1.47 million in bribes prosecutors say he took. He is forfeiting $1.7 million in assets. His sentencing has been delayed; the judge set an Oct. 27 status hearing for Epps and two other defendants. Though Epps cooperated with investigators, wearing a wiretap to records meetings with Benjamin and others, those who paid bribes have Please see EPPS | 6A

People of the Crossroads A firefighter for less than Ronnie Taylor, Corinth three months, Ronnie Tay-

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lor was placed on desk duty quickly at Fire Station No. 1. “During training, I was carrying equipment out of the storage shed and stepped in a hole,” said the 28-year-old, who is currently sporting a pink cast on his foot. “I fractured my ankle during my first week on the job ... that’s my luck.” Taylor is one of seven rookies at the Corinth Fire Department. Originally from Florida, Taylor served four years in the Army and was deployed to Iraq twice during that time. He found his way to North Mississippi because of a close friend. “A buddy I was in the Army with was suffering from PTSD and I came here to help him – I love being able to help people. That’s a lot of the reason why I love being a fireman.”

BY KIMBERLY SHELTON kshelton@dailycorinthian.com

Continuing their efforts to help expectant mothers, Oasis Medical Center is offering free ultrasounds to the community. Limited OB ultrasounds will be performed by the center’s new nurses as part of their training. The practice/proficiency scans will be conducted under the direction of a licensed sonographer from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5 and from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11. Those who are pregnant can aid the center by signing up for a free ultrasound with no obligations.

“He (Epps) made it clear: ‘If I don’t get paid, you don’t get inmates.’”

“We at Oasis are excited that two more nurses have completed didactic (classroom) training to perform Limited OB ultrasounds. After a few weeks of practice scans, they are now ready to have their proficiency evaluated by licensed sonographers,” said Executive Director Martha Jobe. “For the purposes Please see ULTRASOUNDS | 2A

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Organizers plan annual Veterans Day Parade ful,” said McDaniel. “I believe it was the biggest participation we’ve ever had, especially with how the young people turned out. The schools brought them, and Fillmore Street was lined with young people.” Anyone who wants to participate in the parade should show up to the starting area at First Baptist Church in advance of the 10 a.m. starting time. The lineup will be on Fillmore Street and adjacent

BY BOBBY J. SMITH bsmith@dailycorinthian.com

Organizers are getting ready for the annual Veterans Day Parade, scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Nov 11. Since its first run down Fillmore Street approximately 20 years ago, the parade has grown and seen a higher level of participation each year, said organizer Bobby McDaniel. “Last year’s parade was absolutely wonder-

streets. Participants are encouraged to display appropriate signs — including patriotic phrases or illustrations, as well as company names — and flags on their vehicles. “Anybody who’s a patriot, we want them there,” said McDaniel. McDaniel invited all local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts troops to be part of the parade and said he hopes local schools will again bring their stu-

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of the proficiency scans, interested parties need to be at least six weeks pregnant at the time of the scan.” According to Jobe, the proficiency scans will not be diagnostic in nature and will be used for training purposes only. Oasis Medical Center is not medially responsible for any medical interpre-

tations on the scans on Nov. 5 and 11. “As with all of our services, there is no cost to the client. Oasis is a 501 (c)3 corporation supported by private funding,” explained Jobe. “Our regular services include: Pregnancy Testing and Verification, Limited OB ultrasound, Information on Pregnancy Options, Preparing for Baby/Parenting Educa-

tion, Adoption Education and Referrals, STD/ STI Testing and Treatment, After Abortion Help, and referrals for Community Services.” (To set up a free ultrasound appointment or to take advantage of any of the center’s other services, call 662-287-8001 or text 662-872-0810. Oasis Medical Center is located at 2421 Proper Street in Corinth.)

The new and improved firepup costume includes a large head with helmet attached and a built-in fan, a shirt with attached mock suspenders and buckles, a pair of black drawstring pants with an attached tail, a yellow vinyl fire coat, white fur gloves and one pair of over-sized adjustable boots. The current suit has been used by the department for close to 12 years, and according to Worley will cost more than $3,000 to replace.

“We need help from the community to keep ‘Sparky’ around,” he added. The local firepup has a busy weekend on tap. His schedule includes stops at the Crossroads Arena and the downtown Corinth Fillmore Block Party on Saturday. (To donate or for more information, contact Worley at 662-4152110. Make checks payable to the Corinth Fire Department Firemans Fund, 300 Childs Street, Corinth, MS. 38834.)

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positive role model for children,” added Worley. “Kids respond to the costume in a positive manner and recognize him wherever he goes.” Even though the department is near the end of a raffle on a LIT cooler, they still need more dollars to make the new firepup suit purchase. Worley said the department hopes to receive a $1,250 matching grant from Morden Woodman, as well.

dents. “I’d like to urge all teachers to bring their classes out to let out young people get a lesson on patriotism,” said McDaniel. “I think it’s very important for them to know what some in the military went through to provide us these freedoms. I’m not one of the ones who went through the worst parts, but many did.” The Veterans Day Parade will conclude with a

ceremony at the Alcorn County Courthouse. The theme for this year’s parade is “Airborne” in honor of Parade Marshal Bill Wages — who served in the 82nd Airborne Division — and all those who served in Airborne units. The parade was founded by two local men who served their careers in the military and went on to actively support veterans in the area — Bill Huff and Steve Wallace.

Huff is also founder of the Military Families Honor Guard, a group of exmilitary volunteers who perform military honors for the funerals of veterans. Wallace is a former veterans services officer in Alcorn County. After the parade, the American Legion Post 6 on Tate Street will serve stew beginning at 11 a.m. For more information about the Veterans Day Parade call Bobby McDaniel at 415-6415.

Alumna gives to UM journalism OXFORD — In true Rebel style, University of Mississippi alumna Leslie Westbrook bucked the confines of her generation and became one of the nation’s most successful consumer market specialists with Fortune 500 clients. “Like all good Southern ladies in that era, I planned to marry my college sweetheart and teach school,” said Westbrook, a Jackson native who was named Miss Ole Miss in 1968. “I was to start the family and add to it the station wagon and dogs. Well, I cancelled the Big Fat Southern Wedding.” Instead, she landed a job in Procter & Gamble’s Market Research Department and left Mississippi for Cincinnati. The bachelor’s degree in education that Westbrook earned from UM in 1968 would have served her well for teaching, but she required weeks of on-the-job training for her new career as a consumer research specialist and marketing strategist. “There is a great need to offer extensive consumer research training to students who are majoring in integrated marketing communications through the Meek School of Journalism and New Media,” Westbrook said. Determined to see students adequately prepared to enter her profession, Westbrook has pledged $500,000 to the

university. The Leslie M. Westbrook Journalism Quasi Endowment will ultimately support the construction of a new consumer research laboratory bearing Westbrook’s name. “Leslie is very generously giving for an area to which she devoted her entire professional life,” said Will Norton, UM journalism dean. “She’s basically saying how thankful she has been for her Ole Miss education and that she wants first-class opportunities that will enable students to prepare for a similar career. “This is the first major gift for the new building, and it means a great deal to have such a significant kickoff.” Westbrook said she has discussed the school’s needs with Norton and Meek School namesake Ed Meek over the past couple of years. Besides providing financial support, she participates in faculty support, teaching a Global Brands course during May intersession and coteaching, guest lecturing and meeting with students several other times a year. She also serves on the board of the university’s Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics. “We found the perfect fit,” she said. “Everything that I learned and put into practice in my career

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Today in History Today is Wednesday, Oct. 19, the 293rd day of 2016. There are 73 days left in the year.

Today’s Highlight in History: On Oct. 19, 1216, John, King of England, died, more than a year after affixing his royal seal to Magna Carta (“The Great Charter”).

On this date: In 1781, British troops under Gen. Lord Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia, as the American Revolution neared its end. In 1864, Confederate Lt. Gen. Jubal A. Early’s soldiers attacked Union forces at Cedar Creek, Virginia; the Union troops were able to rally and defeat the Confederates. In 1914, the U.S. Post Office began delivering mail with governmentowned cars, as opposed to using contracted vehicles. The First Battle of Ypres began during World War I. In 1944, the U.S. Navy began accepting black women into WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service). In 1951, President Harry S. Truman signed an act formally ending the state of war with Germany. In 1960, the United States began a limited embargo against Cuba covering all commodities except medical supplies and certain food products. In 1977, the supersonic Concorde made its first landing in New York City. In 1987, the stock market crashed as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 508 points, or 22.6 percent in value, to close at 1,738.74.

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Across the Region Booneville Drugs found in jail result in charges BOONEVILLE — Two women have been charged in separate cases for allegedly attempting to bring drugs into the Prentiss County Jail. Sheriff Randy Tolar reports Amber Foote, 30, of Fulton was arrested on Oct. 13 for contempt of court and while being booked into the jail corrections officers discovered a plastic bag containing methamphetamine along with two syringes. She was charged with possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and bond was set at $5,000. In a separate, unrelated arrest, Shatara McGee, 28, of Farmington was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance (crack cocaine). Tolar said McGee was in the jail on July 14 on unrelated charges and was discovered to be in possession of crack cocaine. Bond was set at $7,500. “The corrections officers in both these cases did an outstanding job by thoroughly searching these inmates,” said Tolar.

Starkville MSU invites music students, families STARKVILLE—Mississippi State’s Department of Music is welcoming prospective music and music education majors and their families Nov. 7 for the university’s 10th annual Music Discovery Day. Nov. 2 is the deadline for $10 online registra-

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Memphis Classics will come to life at Orpheum MEMPHIS — The Orpheum’s Family Series continues with Brown Bear, Brown Bear and Other Treasured Stories on Friday, Nov. 11th at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and guests are encouraged to arrive early to create a unique show-themed craft. Eric Carle’s timeless stories come to life onstage with imaginative puppetry and striking scenic effects. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What

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McNairy Co. THP urges motorists to look out for deer McNAIRY COUNTY, Tenn. — The Tennessee Highway Patrol cautions motorists to watch out for deer on or near the roadways this fall season. An increase in deerrelated crashes is likely

during the months of October through December due to deer mating and hunting season. “A crash with a deer can be a very serious and dangerous incident,” THP Colonel Tracy Trott said. “Deer pose a danger to motorists throughout the year, especially in the fall. Our stats show November is typically the worst month for deer-related crashes. It is important motorist exercise caution, slow down and remain alert in areas where deer are populated.” In Tennessee, between 2011 and 2015, 22 percent of deer-related crashes occurred on interstate highways. In 2015, there were 6,953 deer-related crashes, including 351 that involved injuries and 0 that were fatal. That was up by 8.15 percent from 6,429 the previous year. However, since 2011, deer-related crashes in Tennessee have increased 22.04 percent. The Department of Safety and Homeland Security, Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency suggest the following tips to help prevent deer-related crashes during peak mating and hunting seasons: Remember that mating season puts deer on the move and deer tend to move at dawn and dusk. Whenever you see deer cross the road, expect more to follow. Many times, the second or third deer crossing becomes the one that motorists hit. Be attentive; drive defensively, constantly scanning the roadside, especially at daybreak and dusk. Do not swerve to avoid contact with deer. This could cause the vehicle

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McNairy Co. SMFO warns of fires caused by smoking McNAIRY COUNTY — With state fire statistics consistently indicating smoking as a major of cause of fire loss, the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) reminds McNairy County residents that care must be taken with cigarettes. Fires caused by smoking materials have had a devastating impact on the Volunteer State. The Tennessee Fire Incident Reporting System shows that during 2011-2015, Tennessee fire departments responded to 3,916 smoking-material fires. (Smoking materials are lighted tobacco products, but do not include matches or lighters.) Those fires resulted in 75 civilian deaths, 85 civilian injuries, 20 fire service injuries and $40.8 million in direct property damage, records show. “The tragic impact of fires caused by smoking should serve as a wake-up call for Tennesseans,” said Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak. “We urge Tennesseans to always take care and be cautious when smoking – or to not smoke at all.”

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Obama risks conflict with Russians BY DICK MORRIS & EILEEN MCGANN Columnists

If you thought the mischaracterization of the Benghazi attack was an underhanded way to influence the 2012 election, fasten your seat belt. President Obama has a new one up his sleeve. He is so desperate to stop Vladimir Putin from releasing Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails that Russia may have hacked that he is literally threatening a cyberwar against Russia if Moscow publishes them. Wait a minute. Now we have the spectacle of a president threatening war to keep secret emails sent by his own secretary of state on an illegal private server. He does so, not in the interest of national security, but to stop Republicans from winning the election. Not since Henry Kissinger urged South Vietnam to reject Lyndon Johnson’s peace offer so Nixon could win in 1968, has there been so blatant an attempt to manipulate questions of war and peace to influence an election. In this column, I have warned repeatedly that I believe that Putin is about to release all of Clinton’s deleted emails through WikiLeaks. This release would be devastating. It would immediately rebut Clinton’s oft-repeated claim that she did not endanger national security by using her private server for classified emails. Now, Russia might show up with all of the emails -- with no redactions -- proving that her server was, indeed, hacked and that our worst enemy got all of them. Now, as Election Day approaches, the evidence mounts that Putin may, in fact, release the 33,000 deleted emails. Democrats are blaming Russia for the hacks on former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and on campaign manager John Podesta. And, now, NBC News reports, “The Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action against Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the American presidential election. “Current and former officials with direct knowledge of the situation say the CIA has been asked to deliver options to the White House for a wide-ranging ‘clandestine’ cyber operation designed to harass and ‘embarrass’ the Kremlin leadership.” Domestically, the Democrats are trying to spread the notion, through their media allies, that Trump and Putin are an item, despite the fact that it was Bill Clinton who got hundreds of thousands of dollars in speaking fees from Russian corporations, allegedly to get his wife to approve the sale of uranium to Moscow. Their hope is that the issue of hacking and of Russian intervention in the U.S. election will overshadow either the content of the deleted emails or the fact that they ended up in Russian hands. Are there any lengths to which Obama won’t go to influence the election? And this brinksmanship with Russia comes at a time when Hillary Clinton is accusing Donald Trump of being trigger happy with nuclear weapons. Well, President Obama has just triggered the most serious confrontation with Russia since the Cuban missile crisis in order to win an election. Dick Morris, former advisor to the Clinton administration, is a commentator and writer. He is also a columnist for the New York Post and The Hill. His wife, Eileen McGann is an attorney and consultant.

Prayer for today Heavenly Father, thou hast made sympathy divine. May I never make it commonplace. Grant that as thou dost bless and comfort me I may be willing to comfort others, and do whatsoever thou wouldst have me do. Amen.

A verse to share “For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed.” —Romans 10:11

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Evangelicals without standards Lanny Davis must be dizzy from the deja vu. Davis was a stalwart defender of Bill Clinton during the scandals of the 1990s. Little did he know that the excuses and rationalizations made for Clinton then would be repurposed by some of Clinton’s harshest and most moralistic critics for a Republican presidential contender. One day, historians will puzzle over how a man representing the mores of a debased celebrity culture became not just the nominee of the Republican Party, but the candidate of the religious right. After the “Access Hollywood” tape emerged of Donald Trump bragging about an act of attempted adultery and getting away with groping women, representatives of “values voters” jumped most eagerly to his defense. In a weird and depressing year, this has to rank among the strangest and most dispiriting phenomena. The salt has lost its savor as the price of a place at the table on the Trump Train. The leading evangelical defender of Trump is vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, who could sound like he’s delivering a sermon

when ordering a cup of coffee. The first step in Pence’s highly princ i p l e d , Rich faith-based Lowry testimonial for Trump National was to wait Review to see how he did in the second presidential debate -- in case Trump blew himself up and Pence had to craft a highly principled, faith-based exit from the ticket. The second step was to pretend as though a penitent Trump was Henry IV standing barefoot in the snow begging forgiveness. Pence said it takes a “big man to know when he is wrong.” As if it were a difficult call whether Trump was wrong to try to seduce a married woman. According to Pence, “My running mate showed humility, showed what was in his heart to the American people.” Actually, Trump expressed the minimum remorse possible. When the tape first surfaced, Trump gave a pro forma “if anyone was offended” apology and slammed Bill Clinton for saying far worse things to him on the golf

course. It wasn’t until hours later that his aides extracted from him a fuller apology. Throughout, Trump gave off a sense of underlying anger at being caught. Bill Clinton sounded exactly the same way in the 1990s when he could no longer deny his affair with Monica Lewinsky. Not surprisingly, Trump was in Clinton’s camp back in the day. The mogul said at the time that Clinton’s conduct was no big deal and -- true to form -- dismissed the women he preyed on as unattractive. Clinton’s defenders used to wheel out the King David defense, and Trump supporters have resorted to it in recent days. The 10thcentury B.C. king of the Israelites indeed committed adultery, and in truly spectacular fashion. He impregnated Bathsheba and got her husband killed to avoid discovery. A hot mic in King David’s court might have made Trump blush. But this story doesn’t end well -- the consequence of David’s sin was deadly strife in his family and kingdom. The other common line of Clinton and Trump defenders is that we are all sinners. This is, of course, profoundly true. And peo-

ple do change. But there is zero evidence that Trump has undergone any transformation. He evidently still doesn’t have the slightest inkling that Christians aren’t supposed to be vindictive, dishonest, insulting, bullying, greedy or boastful, among other things. The prominent evangelicals sticking by Trump believe that he would be better on the issues -- especially Supreme Court nominees and religious liberty -- than Hillary Clinton would be. This is a reasonable calculation, although very few Trump supporters can remain clear-eyed about him. Most find themselves defending the indefensible because forthrightly acknowledging all of Trump’s faults makes backing him so awkward. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign sinks, more than anything else, from the character flaws of the candidate. It would be a perfect morality tale for the religious right -- if so many of its leaders weren’t implicated in it. Daily Corinthian columnist Rich Lowry can be reached via e-mail: comments.lowry@nationalreview.com.

Is the left really for the masses? The greatest moral claim of the political left is that they are for the masses in general and the poor in particular. That is also their greatest fraud. It even fools many leftists themselves. One of the most recent efforts of the left is the spread of laws and policies that forbid employers from asking job applicants whether they have been arrested or imprisoned. This is said to be to help ex-cons get a job after they have served their time, and ex-cons are often either poor or black, or both. First of all, many of the left’s policies to help blacks are disproportionately aimed at helping those blacks who have done the wrong thing -- and whose victims are disproportionately those blacks who have been trying to do the right thing. In the case of this ban on asking job applicants whether they have criminal backgrounds, the only criterion seems to be whether it sounds good or makes the left feel good about themselves. Hard evidence as to what actual consequences to expect beforehand, or hard evidence as to its actual consequences afterwards, seems to have had very little role in

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this political crusade. An emp i r i c a l study some years ago examined Thomas the hiring Sowell practices of companies Columnist that did a background check on all the employees they hired. It found that such companies hired more blacks than companies which did not follow that unusual practice. Why? This goes back to decision-making by human beings in general, with many kinds of decisions in general. Since we seldom have all the facts, we are often forced to rely on generalizing when making our decisions. Many employers, aware of higher rates of imprisonment among blacks, are less likely to hire blacks whose individual backgrounds are unknown to them. But those particular employers who investigate everyone’s background before hiring them do not have to rely on such generalizations. The fact that these latter kinds of employers hired more blacks suggests that racial animosity is not the

key factor, since blacks are still blacks, whether they have a criminal past or not. But the left is so heavily invested in blaming racism that mere facts are unlikely to change their minds. Just as those on the left were not moved by hard evidence before they promoted laws and policies that forbad employers to ask about job applicants’ criminal records, so they have remained unmoved by more recent studies showing that the hiring of blacks has been reduced in the wake of such laws and policies. In the vision of the left, the welfare state is supposed to be a step forward, in the direction of “social justice.” Tons of painful evidence, from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, that the welfare state has in fact been a step backward toward barbarism does not make a dent in the beliefs of the left. The left’s infatuation with minimum wage laws has likewise been impervious to evidence that the spread and escalation of minimum wages have been followed by far higher rates of unemployment among young blacks, to levels some multiple of what they were before -- and to a racial gap in unemploy-

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ment among the young that is some multiple of what it was before. Those who doubt this need only turn to the data on page 42 of “Race and Economics” by Walter Williams, or to the diagram on page 98 of “The Unheavenly City,” written by Edward Banfield back in 1968. The facts have been available for a long time. Surely the intelligentsia of the left have access to empirical evidence and the wit to understand such evidence. But the real question is whether they have the stomach to face the prospect that their crusades have hurt the very people they claim to be helping. Examining hard evidence would mean gambling a whole vision of the world -- and of their role in that world -- on a single throw of the dice, which is what looking at hard evidence amounts to. The path of least resistance is to continue going through life feeling good about themselves, while leaving havoc in their wake. Daily Corinthian columnist Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. His website is www. tsowell.com.

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Former SCV commander Larry Mangus recently presented the “Real Sons” Willie J. Cartwright scholarship award to Andrew Z. Ketchum.

Former SCV commander Larry Mangus presented a scholarship award to James Mitchell.

Former SCV commander Larry Mangus and “Real Grandson” Leroy Worsham presented a scholarship award to Katie Hunt.

Former SCV commander Larry Mangus recently presented the “Real Sons” James J. Nelms, Jr. scholarship award to Shelby Phillips.

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The Col. William P. Rogers Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp recently awarded six scholarships to local students in honor of their Real Son and Real Grandson members of the camp. Real Sons scholarship winners included the Willie J. Cartwright Award to Andrew Z. Ketchum of Kossuth Hight School and the James J. Nelms, Jr. Award to Shelby Phillips, also of KHS. Each “Real Son” student received $500. The camp had the distinction of having the only SCV Camp in the country with two “Real Sons.” A “Real Son” means that their father fought in the War for Southern Independence for the Confederate States of America. These members were Willie J. Cartwright, whose father was Pvt. John Henry Cartwright of the 1st Mississippi Infantry and James J. Nelms Jr., whose father was Pvt. James J. Nelms Sr.,

of Company B of the 8th Mississippi Cavalry. The purpose of these scholarships is to recognize Mr. Cartwright and Mr. Nelms as they were the last two living Real Sons in the state of Mississippi. The four other scholarships known as the “Real Grandsons” award included Leroy W. Worsham Award to Katie Hurt of Corinth High School, the Rev. Robert Christy Morgan Award to Sloan Weedon of CHS, the Harvey J. Cartwright, Jr. Award to James Mitchell of CHS and the Arthur C. Dalton, Jr. Award to Katelyn Robertson of Alcorn Central High School. Each “Real Grandson” student received $250. At the present time, there are eighty-nine “Real Grandsons” in the country. Nineteen of them live in Mississippi, and the Col. William P. Rogers SCV Camp is honored to have four Real Grandsons. This is by far the largest number of any SCV Camp in the country.

A “Real Grandson” means that their grandfather fought in the War for Southern Independence for the Confederate States of America. These members are Leroy W. Worsham, whose grandfather was Pvt. Wesley Worsham of the 2nd Richmond Howitzers, the Rev. Robert Christy Morgan, whose grandfather was Pvt. Alford Johnson Morgan of Company A, 11th Alabama Infantry, Arthur C. Dalton, Jr., whose grandfather was Pvt. Solomon Alonzo Dalton of Company C, 26th Mississippi Infantry and Harvey J. Cartwright, whose grandfather was Pvt. John Henry Cartwright of the 1st Mississippi Infantry. The local SCV scholarships are awarded each year to any senior from a high school in Alcorn

Former SCV commander Larry Mangus and “Real Grandson” Cristy Morgan presented a scholarship award to Sloan Weedon. County. The scholarship must be used toward the expenses of obtaining a degree at a college or uni-

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Obama rebukes Trump over fraud complaints Associated Press

WASHINGTON — “Stop whining,” President Barack Obama rebuked Donald Trump on Tuesday, speaking out as seldom before on next month’s election and chiding the Republican for sowing suspicion about the integrity of America’s presidential vote. Obama also accused Trump of cozying up to Russia’s Vladimir Putin to a degree “unprecedented in American politics.” The president said Trump’s intensifying pre-emptive warnings about voter fraud are unheard of in modern politics. The rhetoric is not based on any evidence, Obama said, but is simply aimed at discrediting the outcome before the first votes are counted.

“You start whining before the game is even over?” Obama said at a Rose Garden news conference. “If whenever things are going badly for you and you lose you start blaming somebody else — then you don’t have what it takes to be in this job.” Campaigning in Colorado, the GOP candidate repeated his assertions about “corrupt” elections but did not respond directly to the president. Trump vowed to “drain the swamp” in Washington, and for the first time promised to push for a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress. The president’s remarks came as Trump and his Republican allies look for ways to regain

momentum after a damaging few weeks in the campaign. Heading into the third and final debate Wednesday night, Trump is trailing in the polls and running out of time for a comeback before Nov. 8. Obama waded into the race to elect a successor, speaking at the White House where he was hosting his final state visit. Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi at his side, the president initially said he would pull his punches when it came to politics, respecting the official setting. But when he was asked about Trump’s rhetoric, he hardly held back. “I would invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes,” he said.

ence. It states that for three months in 2014, Benjamin was getting $2,000 a month from the company and passing on $600 to Epps. By that time, Epps was already cooperating with prosecutors, taping some conversations with people allegedly bribing him, records show. Epps faces up to 23 years after pleading guilty to money laundering and filing false tax returns related to $1.47 million in bribes prosecutors say he took. He is forfeiting $1.7 million in assets. Cecil McCrory, a former state House member, pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering conspiracy and faces up to 20 years. He’s also forfeiting $1.7 million in assets. Their sentencing has been de-

layed. The following also have pleaded guilty: — Mark Longoria, the head of a Texas company that sold specimen cups to the prison system, pleaded guilty to a felony charge of conspiracy over bribes paid to Epps out of consulting fees that Longoria’s company paid McCrory. — Sam Waggoner, a prison phone consultant, pleaded guilty to bribing Epps. — Robert Simmons, a Harrison County political operative, pleaded guilty to passing bribes from a prison medical contractor to Harrison County Supervisor William Martin. Martin killed himself in 2015, hours before he was due in court on bribery charges.

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certified by the American Correctional Association before being paid to house state inmates. Benjamin was supposed to help those counties get and keep that certification, according to the indictment. Though Benjamin lived about 200 miles away, he was paid as warden of the jail in his native Alcorn County until he resigned in November 2014, according to court documents. He lived there while a state senator from 1980 to 1992, later moving to suburban Jackson. Court papers say Benjamin made regular cash payments of $1,000 to $2,000 to Epps beginning in 2010, in exchange for Epps’ influ-

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Services for Padie Sebring Kelly, 85, of Corinth, are set for 11 a.m. Wednesday graveside at Forrest Memorial Park. Mrs. Kelly died Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, at her home. She was born in Alcorn County on Nov. 22, 1930. She attended North Corinth Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Myrtle Sebring, and her siblings, Nell Fondern, Jerry

Calvin Jones

BOONEVILLE — Calvin Jones, 38, died Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, at Lewis Weiss Hospital in Chicago. Patterson Memorial Chapel will have the arrangements.

Jacqueline Allison

WHITEVILLE, Tenn. — Services for Jacqueline E. “Jackie” Dennie Allison, 55, are set for 12 noon Saturday at Mt. Joy Baptist Church in Iuka followed by private interment. Mrs. Allison died Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, at her home. Born in Memphis on May 15, 1961, she was a retired customer service agent with the Internal Revenue Service. Survivors are her husband, Michael Joseph “Mike” Allison of Whiteville, Tenn.; her daughter, Bobbie Allison of Whiteville, Tenn.; her stepdaughter, Marla Florom (Sean) of Virginia Beach, Va.; two sisters, Vivian Barnett of Pontotoc and Patty Barnett of Cherokee, Ala.; two brothers, Sammy Barnett (Lee) of Iuka and Larry Barnett (Carol) of Rienzi; and four grandchildren, Gavin, Collin, Paxton and Maddox, all of Virginia. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bobby Dennie and Bobbie Hall Dennie. Peebles Fayette County Funeral Homes & Cremation Center - Main Chapel of Somerville, Tenn., has the arrangements.

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BOONEVILLE — Funeral services for Raymond Justice Jr., 55, are set for 11 a.m. Saturday at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church in Booneville with burial at the church cemetery. Visitation is Friday from 5 until 7 p.m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church.

Mr. Justice died Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, at his home. Born Dec. 9, 1960, he was an industrial engineering graduate of West Virginia State University. He worked for FMC for 13 years and was a member of Springhill Missionary Baptist Church in Booneville. Survivors include his wife, Debbie; his children, Ashley and Jennifer Justice and Dredgo Grove; siblings Willie Francis Favors, Charles Patterson, Barbara Harvey and Valerie Miller; and three grandchildren, Abrionna Mason, Alaysia Grove and Jonathan Grove. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mildred Rogers and Raymond Justice; his grandparents, Mattie & Dave Rogers and Callie Justice; and siblings Dorina Rogers, Bernard Rogers and Esterlena Rogers. Pastor Antonio McGee will officiate the service.

R.K. Thorne

IUKA — Funeral services for R.K. “Diddler” Thorne, 94, are set for 11 a.m. Thursday at Cutshall Funeral Home Chapel in Iuka with burial in Snowdown Cemetery. Visitation is Wednesday from 5 until 8 p.m. Mr. Thorne died Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, at Tishomingo Manor Nursing Home. He was a member of Snowdown United Methodist Church. Survivors include a niece, Jina Akers (Sterling); a nephew, Jeff Vaughn; a sister-in-law, Helen Vaughn; and several great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jenny Thorne; his parents, Edward and Dora Thorne; and his brother, Jack Thorne.

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consistently painted Epps as the one who initially asked for money. Like others, Benjamin said he feared Epps would choke off his prison-dependent business if he refused. “He could have put us out of business real easy,” Benjamin said.

Benjamin’s lawyer, though, acknowledged that his client should have gone to authorities instead of paying the money. Instead, Benjamin paid what he estimated as between $180,000 and $225,000 in cash bribes to Epps to secure to secure his support for the regional jails as well as

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Across the Nation Associated Press

Schilling eyes Warren’s position PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling announced plans on Tuesday to run against Elizabeth Warren in the U.S. Senate if his wife agrees, but he declined to apologize to Rhode Island taxpayers left on the hook for tens of millions of dollars when his video game company collapsed. Schilling spoke Tuesday with WPRO-AM, his first interview about 38 Studios since settling a lawsuit over it and since a criminal investigation resulted in no charges. Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo has said Rhode Island residents were hurt by the bad deal and deserve an apology. Schilling said it’s not that he won’t apologize, but he wants Raimondo to tell him what he should apologize for. He asked listeners: “What do you want me to apologize for?� The company moved from Massachusetts to Rhode Island in 2010 in exchange for a $75 million loan guarantee, then went bankrupt less than two years later.

Man born in refugee camp sues to marry LAFAYETTE, La. — Two weeks before their wedding, Viet “Victor� Anh Vo and his fiancee were stunned when a court clerk rejected their application for a marriage license because he couldn’t produce a birth certificate. The couple had spent thousands of dollars on a wedding planner, caterer, florist, disc jockey and a reception hall for

350 guests before they learned that a newly amended Louisiana law would block them from getting married. They went ahead with February’s ceremony without a license to make it official, but they aren’t giving up on legally tying the knot. Vo, a 31-year-old U.S. citizen who was born in an Indonesian refugee camp, sued Tuesday in federal court to challenge a law that has prevented other immigrants from getting married for the same reason he couldn’t. “I don’t understand the law. I just want them to fix it, to make things right,� Vo told The Associated Press during an interview in his Lafayette hometown.

NTSB: Pilot error caused jet crash CLEVELAND — The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday concluded the pilot in control of a corporate jet as it approached an Ohio airport improperly set the aircraft’s flaps and failed to maintain a proper speed, causing the plane to plunge into an apartment building, killing all nine people on board. The four-member safety board also blamed Execuflight, a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, aviation company that operated the jet, for inadequate pilot training and aircraft maintenance and the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to provide proper oversight of the company. The pilot and his captain in charge of the flight were carrying seven employees of a Florida commercial real

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estate company from Dayton, Ohio, to Akron. The Nov. 10, 2015, crash occurred less than two miles from Akron Fulton International Airport. NTSB Chairman Christopher Hart said at the start of Tuesday’s hearing in Washington that procedures disregarded by the pilots “read like pages from basic text for preventing accidents.�

States tighten poll security amid fears Facing unprecedented warnings of a “rigged� election from Donald Trump, state officials around the country are rushing to reassure the public, and some are taking subtle steps to boost security at polling places because of the passions whipped up by the race. “This election the environment is unlike any before,� South Carolina Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire said. Some states are trying to coordinate with local law enforcement to tighten security without making a heavyhanded — and potentially illegal — show of force. And some schools that double as polling places have canceled classes on Election Day for fear of agitated voters and demonstrators in school hallways. Over the weekend, a firebombing heavily damaged a local Republican Party office in North Carolina. No injuries were reported. And after a bomb threat at the Arizona GOP headquarters on Monday, the state party said it will probably hire security guards.

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Shumpert civil suit can move forward TUPELO — A civil lawsuit filed in the June 18 shooting death of Antwun “Ronnie� Shumpert will move forward. The Shumpert family filed the wrongful death suit against the City of Tupelo and police Officer Tyler Cook. It seeks at least $35 million in damages. A grand jury declined in early August to indict Cook. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported that attorneys for city officials named in the suit and for Cook had sought to halt the civil proceedings until a review of the case by the U.S. Department of Justice was complete. U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycocck denied those motions to stay the case in a ruling Tuesday.

Teacher who pulled student by hair fired GREENVILLE — Officials in a Mississippi school district have fired a special education teacher after a video showed her dragging a special-needs student by her hair across the floor. The Delta DemocratTimes reported that the Greenville Public School District’s Board of Trustees voted Monday to terminate Linda WintersJohnson. The decision comes 11 days after the video began circulating on the Internet. A state Office of Educator Misconduct investigator has accused Winters-Johnson of “grabbing, hitting in the head and dragging of a special-needs student during P.E. class at Greenville High School� around Sept. 21. The

commission on Nov. 4 will decide whether to suspend or revoke her special education teaching license.

MAEP is supposed to give each school district enough money to meet midlevel academic standards.

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JACKSON — A lawmaker who helped write Mississippi’s current education funding formula is questioning whether a private firm hired to rewrite it can accomplish the task in a short period of time. “When we set up the formula, we worked on it for years,� Sen. Hob Bryan, D-Amory, told reporters Tuesday at the Capitol. The Mississippi Adequate Education Program was enacted in 1997 over the veto of Republican Gov. Kirk Fordice. Democrats then controlled both chambers of the Legislature, but several Republicans joined Democrats in voting to put the new formula into law. Mississippi, at the time, was trying to avoid the kind of equity-funding lawsuits that had been filed in many other states.

CLEVELAND — A Bay St. Louis attorney has been sentenced to five years in prison for embezzling more than $370,000 from a bingo charity in the Cleveland. Assistant District Attorney Leslie Flint told The Sun Herald that Morgan Shands was sentenced Monday in Bolivar County Circuit Court on a guilty plea to conspiracy and embezzlement Shands is a former executive director of the state Democratic Party, has been a staffer for elected officials at state and national levels and served as campaign manager for Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes’ unsuccessful bid in 2011 for lieutenant governor. Circuit Judge Charles Webster sentenced Shands to five years in prison on the conspiracy charge and 10 years on the embezzlement charge.

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TV ads trumped third of election ad dollars every four years, said a Barclays report. This year is looking very different, although a big surge of spending in the last weeks before the election could change that, said Barclays analyst Kannan Venkateshwar. Sinclair recently withdrew a bullish political-ad forecast because of Trump; Gray also yanked its estimate. But another broadcaster, Nexstar, said it was on track thanks to other races such as Senate campaigns. Kantar Media, which tracks political ad spending, predicts $3.65 billion in TV ads this year, down from $3.8 billion in 2012.

The heated presidential election has been a ratings bonanza for major news networks like CNN and Fox News. But it’s failed to deliver the political ad windfall that many expected. Republican nominee Donald Trump has spent less on TV ads than past general election candidates. That’s hurt the stock prices of companies such as Sinclair Broadcast, Gray Television, Tribune Media and Tegna. None are household names, but they own TV stations in dozens of U.S. towns and cities. Presidential campaigns tend to provide such broadcasters with a quarter to a

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Mattel delivers its latest quarterly report card today. The maker of Barbie, Hot Wheels and other toys is expected to show that its earnings and revenue were essentially flat in the third quarter from a year earlier. Beyond earnings, investors will be listening for an update on sales of its pricey American Girl dolls, after Mattel recently began letting Toys R’ Us sell the dolls.

New government data on residential construction should provide insight into the state of the new-home market. Builders broke ground on fewer apartments and houses in August, dragging the pace of new home construction to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of about 1.14 million units. That was the lowest level in three months. Economists project that builders broke ground at a faster clip last month. The Commerce Department serves up it September home construction data today.

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AXP $60.08 $80 Financial analysts anticipate that $77.21 American Express' financial results 70 took a step back in the third quarter. They expect the credit card issuer 60 will report today that its earnings and ’15 revenue declined in the July-September 50 quarter versus the same period last est. Operating $1.24 $0.97 year. American Express has been EPS Q3 ’15 Q3 ’16 cutting costs and raising fees on some of its cards to help offset the impact Price-earnings ratio: 11 of Costco’s recent choice of rival Visa based on past 12-month results as its exclusive credit card processor. That ended a 16-year arrangement with Dividend: $1.28 Div yield: 2.1 % American Express.

Source: FactSet


Daily Corinthian • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • 9A

Community Events (Editor’s Note: We recommend Community Events be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event. Community Events publish on Wednesday, Sunday and when space allows on Friday.)

Bishop Activity Center schedule Wednesday, Oct. 19 – Bible Study by Jackie Calvart from Oakland Baptist Church; Thursday, Oct. 20 – Bingo; Friday, Oct. 21 – Hour of Power Ministry by James and Naomi Spears. Daily activities include quilting, jigsaw puzzles, table games, Rolo golf and washer games. Senior citizens age 60 and above are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Auxiliary Yard Sale is Friday, Saturday The VFW Auxiliary will have a yard sale from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Oct. 22, at VFW Post 3962, located at 1 Purdy School Road in Corinth. All proceeds will go to the veterans and their families of VFW Post 3962 Corinth. For more information contact Cathy Woods at 662808-6152.

Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser Donate $5 to Cystic Fibrosis Research for a chance to win a Schwinn 18In ladies bicycle (a $399 value), a Berkley Rod Shakespeare Reel (a $59 value), plus other prizes to be given away during a drawing held at 10 a.m. on Oct. 21 at Pioneer Machinery. For more information call Roy at 662-396-1326.

Haunted Theatre The Corinth Area Arts Council will sponsor its second annual Haunted Theatre at the historic Coliseum Civic Center, located at 404 Taylor St. in Corinth. The dates are Oct. 21-22, 28-29, and 31, from 7 to 10 p.m. Admission to the spooky tour through the historic theatre is $10 per person. The event is not recommended for children under 10. All proceeds will benefit the Coliseum. Volunteers are being sought to serve as guides and to help with hair, makeup and costumes. For more information call or text Barbara Trapp at 662-808-0267 or Myra Byrnes 662-603-5776.

Appreciation lunch In recognition and honor of the service and sacrifices of local Corinth City police, Alcorn County Sheriff’s Department and local fire departments, Life Tabernacle Pentecostal Church will hold a special lunch as a token of their appreciation. The luncheon will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22 and will open with prayer by Pastor Jonathan McGaughy. The church is located at 3611 Highway 72 West in Corinth.

Lambert family reunion The Lambert family reunion will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. at Michie, Tenn., Civic Center with lunch starting at noon. Everyone is welcome.

The meal will be served at noon. For more information contact Kathryn Chapman at 287-2091 or Linda Adams at 2848122.

Library sales The Friends of the Corinth Library will be having special inside the library sales for the months of October, November and December. October’s “Trick or Treat” will be purchase a hardcover used book and get a used oversized paperback free. November’s “Lucky Number Day” will have a number posted in the library each day. If that number is in your library card number you will be able to pick free any item of your choice from the selection. December’s “Christmas Presents” will be the usual “Buy one get one Free” sales event. Visitors are encouraged to stop in periodically for the changing inventory.

Kossuth Fall Festival A Fall Festival will be held at the Kossuth Worship Center, 825 Highway 2 West in Kossuth on Sunday, Oct. 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. The event promises fun for the whole family with great country food, a cake walk, yummy treat, games, prizes, a weenie and marshmallow roast. Tickets will also be sold for $1 for a chance to win a turkey or ham basket. For more information contact Dorothy at 2124251.

Cancer Support Group meeting The Corinth/Alcorn County Cancer Support Group will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the TriVista Rehab Office in the Corinth Commons, located at 1681 Virginia Lane in Corinth. The guest speaker will be Penny Hare. For more information call Lanell Coln at 662-212-2303. New Crop Sweet Potatoes (Baking Size) $12. Bushel

The Health Occupation students of the Alcorn Career and Technology Center will sponsor a blood drive from 8 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the career center. For more information and to sign up for a slot contact Tila Johnson, RN at 662-286-7727.

Bethlehem Trunk-or-Treat A Trunk-or-Treat will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at Bethlehem Baptist Church at 98 County Road 744 in Walnut. Everyone is welcome.

CT-A Corinth Theatre-Arts will present “Arsenic and Old Lace” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 28–Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Crossroads Playhouse. A 2 p.m. matinee will be presented on Sunday, Oct. 30. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children.For more information and to reserve tickets, contact the theatre at 662-287-2995. The theatre is located at 303 Fulton Drive in Corinth.  

Comedy tour The OneFamm All Star Comedy Group will present, the Funny “A to Z” Comedy Tour featuring Comedian Alfred Kainga, from Zimbabwe, by way of Dallas, Texas at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. Kainga, was a finalist in the SHAQ All Star Competition in 2014 as well as the Funniest Comic in Texas the same year. He is a regular performer and host at the Arlington IMPROV and has most recently made history by being selected to film on Kevin Hart’s New Show airing on Comedy Central Presented by: Kevin Hart “Funny is Funny” this fall. The show will be hosted by Comedian

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Cemetery tour Tour the city’s oldest cemetery and meet Corinth’s greatest legends portrayed by favorite locals at the Historic Corinth Cemetery Tour presented by the Crossroads Museum. Spotlighting notable figures from Corinth’s past, the tour will be held at Corinth City Cemetery at Westview Drive and Cemetery Drive off Highway 72 in Corinth, Mississippi. Set for Saturday, Oct. 29, from 5 to 7 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 30, from 2 to 4 p.m., tour cost is $15 per person or $10 each for groups of four or more. Children age 8 and under will be free. Tickets can be purchased at the museum at 221 North Fillmore in downtown Corinth or online at crossroadsmuseum.com. For more information, call 2873120 or e-mail director@ crossroadsmuseum.com. The tour is sponsored by STEEN Design Print Marketing, McPeters Inc Funeral Directors, Memorial Funeral Home and Magnolia Regional Health Center. The tour is a fundraiser for the Crossroads Museum.

Free Medical Clinic The Living Healthy Free Medical Clinic, where

residents with no way to pay can get free medical treatment, welcomes adults and children age 12 and up with no income and no health insurance. The clinic, now located at 2668 South Harper Road Suite 3 next to Physicians Urgent Care in the former Oasis Medical Center, is open 1-5 p.m., on the second Wednesday and fourth Saturday of each month. The clinic is always looking for both medical and non-medical volunteers. Medical and non-medical volunteers should contact Ann White at eaw3@comcast. net or 662-415-9446.

Holiday Market Place event The Crossroads Craft Guild will be celebrating its 30th anniversary this year at its new location. The 2016 Holiday Market Place will be held at the Convention Center on the north side of the Crossroads Arena, located at Hwy 45 South (Welcome Center Exit) & South Harper Road in Corinth from 1 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5. There will be 35 plus craftsmen participating this year with their handmade or refurbished crafts. There will also be a drawing for $10 gift certificates that can be used at any of the participating vendors. Drawings will be held once an hour on each day of the sale. Those chosen need not be present to win. Concession stands will be available during sale hours. Admission is free. The event is wheelchair accessible. For more information, call Donna at

731-239-2540 or Marilynn at 309-397-6046. Wreaths Across America All are encouraged to get their sponsorships in for veteran’s grave wreaths for Christmas. The W.A.A. Ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. on Dec. 17 at the Corinth National Cemetery. Everyone is invited to attend and help place wreaths on the veteran’s graves. Wreaths can be placed at any cemetery. Arrangements will be made for pick up. Stop by the American Legion from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays, noon until 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. to purchase wreaths or contact Carlean Parker at 662-462-3443 or any American Legion member. Those wishing to purchase wreaths can also call or stop by McPeter’s Funeral Home at 662-286-6000. Nov. 18 is the last day to purchase wreaths.

Fish on Friday From 4 to 6 p.m. every Friday, the Easom Foundation will sell eat-in or carry-out farm-fed catfish dinners for $6 to support its hot meals program. The meal includes coleslaw or salad, French fries or roasted potatoes, a dessert, juice and catfish. Dinners are also available from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the same price. Side items on the menu for the day may also be purchased. Stop by the Easom Community Center and pick up a monthly menu or contact Chef Ben Betts at 662-415-4003 or Ernestine Hollins at 662643-8024. The menu can also be faxed each month to those who provide a fax number.

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Not voting is indication of apathy, not principle Abigail Van Buren Dear Abby

D E A R ABBY: My 72-year-old husband believes that not voting in the upcoming presidential election is making a statement because he can’t tolerate any of the

candidates. He believes that not voting is telling the political parties to offer more acceptable candidates. I believe that not voting makes no statement AT ALL because many of those who don’t vote really don’t care, and THAT is the message that is received. Voting is a right that should be exercised. To vote is to make a statement. Do you think he is making his feelings known by not voting? -- NOT VOTING IN THE WEST DEAR NOT VOTING: No, I do not. Your husband seems to have forgotten how fortunate we are to live in a country where people CAN vote. In many countries, that’s not the case. The most important thing citizens can do is to educate themselves about the candidates and

the issues and then cast their ballot. The higher the turnout, the more reflective the outcome is of the wishes of the people. DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend, “Fred,” and I have been together for 10 years, during five of which we have been engaged, although there has been no talk of actually setting a date. That doesn’t bother me because I am very unhappy in our relationship now. Fred hasn’t worked in three years. I have been supporting him all this time and I’m losing my mind. I am doing everything I can, and I’m beyond stressed. I can’t talk to him about it because he doesn’t want to talk. I send out his resume, and he doesn’t return any calls to the places that call him. I am 32 and feel like I am in a rut. What should I do? -- IN A RUT IN ILLINOIS DEAR IN A RUT: Why are you sending out HIS resume? By now it should be clear to you that Fred has no intention of getting a job. Why should he? He has a good deal the way things are. Engagements usually involve setting a wedding date. Because the two of you haven’t, and you are unhappy in your relationship, break off the

non-engagement! Cut your losses by investing no more time (or money) in your deadbeat boyfriend and set yourself free. DEAR ABBY: I’m 10 years old and in fifth grade. I was in science class when my friend cheated off of me. I could confront her, but if I do I risk losing her as a friend. She has done some rude things to me in the past, and I don’t know what to do. -- CONFUSED IN CASTAIC, CALIF. DEAR CONFUSED: Real friends don’t do rude things to each other. Now that you know your “friend” will copy your work, make sure not to sit next to her when tests are given. Unless you do, your teacher may think that because your answers are the same that YOU are the cheater, and you’ll be in real trouble. If you can’t change seats because they are assigned, you will have to be extra-careful about keeping your test paper out of her line of sight. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Horoscopes ARIES (March 21-April 19). You’re solid. You know what’s right for your life and what’s not. You can and will keep the negative forces at a distance, not with anger but with dignity. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Things are not black and white for you -- or for anyone, really. That’s why this will be a day in which you will choose not to judge, and not to throw your attention away on negativity. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Money might not be able to buy true love or devotion or anything that’s really important, but money can still solve a lot of problems. You’ll solve problems with your money today. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You will be offered what you wanted and deserved several months ago. You can afford to take time with your response. Also, don’t rush to grant acceptance -- but do accept. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). It’s wonderful when they really get

you. It’s also not so bad when they don’t. There’s a lot of inner life that is sparked by the flint of that. Your mind starts spinning when it’s mad! VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). All those mild perks -- you need to appreciate them. Don’t compare. This is a time to home in on what’s good. Keep your passion alive. Only you can set the limit to your potential. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You can crush up the tension in a room by just speaking. The words you use are not as important as how you use them. Your use of this talent will further your aims. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The decision seems big. You could deliberate, make your pros and cons list, call your mother, etc., but that would be pageantry. You already know what to do. You’ve known for a while now. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). This group you need to be

a part of now -- there’s a certain rhythm to it, and you’ll click right in, as long as you don’t hesitate or doubt yourself. “Strong and wrong”: Make that your creed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Here’s how to get into this group: Listen; pay attention; figure out the needs and wants of all involved. You won’t have answers, and you don’t need to. Your eye contact alone is a healing balm. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). The effort to be known -- that’s a theme today. You know who your friends are, and they’ll make sure you don’t forget about them. All that you have you’ll put into your performance tonight. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Network. Acquaintances on the social scene are prime sources of employment and love opportunities, if not for yourself then for a close friend. Make a point of chatting up everyone you know.


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Race: Alabama 500 Where: Talladega Superspeedway When: Sunday, 2 p.m. (ET) TV: NBCSN 2015 Winner: Joey Logano (right)

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Harvick continues to find Chase success

Martinsville Speedway announced last week that it was adding lights to the half-mile, paperclip-shaped track in southern Virginia. While it might appear that the addition of lights is a sign that the track’s Sprint Cup races could be shifted from Sunday afternoons to Saturday nights, Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said that’s not the case, even though the lights could be used if Sunday races get pushed back later in the day. Last year, the fall race ended in near darkness.

out the weekend.” Harvick said his success is due to the efforts of his entire team. “Everybody’s got each other’s back,” he said. “Nobody takes offense to somebody telling them they need to do something better, see something better. “It’s just a unique bunch of people. You’re only as good as the people you have around you. That’s true in every business. It’s no different in this garage.” Harvick’s latest win, like the one two weeks before at New Hampshire, came in large part because he had a strong restart when it counted. He said that was due to changes in his car’s transmission gearing and practice on Kevin Harvick celebrates on his No. 4 Chevy after arriving in Victory Lane folhis part. lowing his win in the Hollywood Casino “That’s something we’ve worked on for probably a 400 at Kansas Speedway. year now to get better at,” he said. “I needed to do a better job. We needed to change some things around. So that feels good.” His fellow Chasers, other than Charlotte winner Jimmie Johnson, now are faced with having to survive Talladega — or, in some cases, win the race outright — to advance to the Round of 8, which begins the following week at Martinsville Speedway. Sitting at the bottom of the Chase standings is Chase Elliott, who was leading at Kansas when he suffered mechanical problems that left him with a 31st-place finish. That, coupled with his involvement in a crash at Charlotte the week before, has him in a must-win situation at Talladega. “I just will go there and race our hearts out and try to win I guess,” Chase Elliott finds himself in last place and the rookie said. “We are needing a win at Talladega as four drivbummed, but what do you do? You just have to ers will be eliminated from the Chase on Sunday. move on.”

Kevin Harvick points to his name on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase grid, which was updated to reflect his automatic advancement to the Round of 8 following his victory at Kansas on Sunday. That win-and-you’re-in formula has helped Harvick advance all the way through the two previous Chases. It has worked in his favor again this year, as his win at New Hampshire allowed him to advance to the current Round of 12 despite poor finishes in two of the first three races. And his win on Sunday at Kansas Speedway, the 11th Chase race win of his career, puts him safely into the Round of 8 no matter how he fares in this week’s race at Talladega Superspeedway. On Sunday at Kansas Speedway, Harvick took the lead for good on a restart with 30 laps remaining, using a push from Jimmie Johnson to vault past race leader Carl Edwards and motor away to his fourth win of the season and the 35th of his Cup career. The victory was critical to his survival in the Chase, since he entered the race mired deep in the standings after finishing 38th the week before at Charlotte due to a blown engine. Harvick acknowledged in his winner’s interview that the current Chase format has been a good one for him. He’s advanced through all the eliminations since the configuration was adopted, winning the Cup championship in 2014, finishing second last year and advancing through two rounds so far this year. “We’ve been fortunate to be on the good side of this deal for three years now,” he said. “We know we can perform in good and bad situations. That’s not something we really even talk about because we’ve already done all that. “We just have to try to prepare and comb through all the information and watch the past races and try to make good decisions through-

Junior gets an unexpected visitor during a recent stop in Talladega Rutherford driving his car in four races. Among his other drivers was Dale Earnhardt Sr., who made one start in Ray’s car, in the 1976 Dixie 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. “They went to Atlanta and flipped the car,” Earnhardt Jr. explained. “It was destroyed, and my father spent the offseason repairing the car for Johnny. “They remained friends for the rest of my father’s life.” Part of that friendship included regular visits between the Earnhardts and the Rays when the NASCAR circuit stopped at Talladega Superspeedway, just three miles from Ray’s home in Eastaboga. “As a kid, when I went Dale Earnhardt Jr. took a moment to the ’Dega races, I would to pose for a picture with an old spend most of the weekend at family friend, Johnny Ray, center, Johnny’s house with his family,” and fiancée Amy Reimann during a Earnhardt Jr. said. “It was a great time. They would take us recent visit to Talladega. to the dirt races. We rode threewheelers, swam in the pool. “It was one of my favorite weekends as a kid when traveling with Dad to the races.” Ray, now 79, said his times with the Earnhardts were good ones. “Dale was my buddy,” he said. “And Dale Jr. is a good one, too. He’s not his daddy, but he’s close to it.”

Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Kansas Speedway saw Sprint Cup regular Kyle Busch romp to his fourth career win at Kansas, his ninth victory of 2016 and the 85th of his Xfinity career. Behind him, the results weren’t as predictable, as several of the participants in the inaugural Xfinity Chase had problems during the 200-lap race. Five of the eight drivers still in the running for the title finished 14th or worse, with Brendan Gaughan and Darrell Wallace Jr. winding up with finishes of 31st and 33rd respectively. Gaughan spun and damaged his car just after taking the race lead, and Wallace was collected in a wreck that also damaged the car of Justin Allgaier, who wound up 14th, and Ryan Reed, who finished 16th. Erik Jones, who was leading the race but incurred damage to his car after contact from Kyle Larson on a late restart, was 15th. Ahead of them, Blake Kock finished ninth despite suffering a flat tire late in the going, while Daniel Suarez was third despite a misfiring engine. Elliott Sadler, who was the race’s runner-up, topped the eight Chase drivers. Wallace, who now is at the bottom of the Xfinity Chase standings heading into the series’s twoweek break, told reporters after the race that he’s not giving up. “We will move on,” he said. “We aren’t knocked out. It is just motivation to go to Texas.”

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A routine trip to Talladega Superspeedway to promote the upcoming Alabama 500 turned into an unexpected and heartwarming reunion for Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt was in Talladega as part of a program in which a driver who has won a race the previous year travels to the track in the current year to promote upcoming events. Drivers often cringe, but they smile and play along when track promoters come up with sometimes goofy gimmicks to get reporters to show up and write about the appearances. But after his recent trip to Talladega, Earnhardt was texting his coworkers and telling them how much fun he had. The main focus of the event was having Earnhardt made an honorary member of the Alabama Gang, with gang members Donnie Allison, Bobby Allison and Red Farmer appearing in person to bestow the honor. But the real treat for Earnhardt Jr. seemed to be getting to visit with Johnny Ray. “They didn’t tell me Johnny Ray was going to be here,” Earnhardt Jr. said excitedly when Ray, sitting at the back of the Talladega media center, was introduced at the end of the presentation. Earnhardt quickly made his way back to where Ray was standing. He introduced his fiancee, Amy Reimann, to Ray and posed for several photos. Later, Earnhardt talked about his childhood experiences with Ray, who is best known these days for driving a tractor trailer around the track at Talladega carrying a giant American flag prior to the start of races. Back in the 1970s, Ray was a part-time racer in the series now known as Sprint Cup. He ran eight races from 1974 until 1976, when his driving career ended after a crash in the Daytona 500. He continued on for a while as a car owner, with Indy 500 legend Johnny

One contest that will be run under the lights is the ValleyStar Credit Union 300, NASCAR’s biggest Late Model Stock Car race. Campbell announced during the drivers’ meeting for this year’s 300 that next year’s race will be under the lights. “I’ve always said this was the greatest Saturday night race on a Sunday afternoon,” Campbell said. “Now it truly will be the greatest Saturday night race.” The 300 boasts a total purse of more than $100,000, with the winner earning $25,000. In this year’s race, journeyman driver Mike Looney scored a popular upset victory.

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Since NASCAR changed the Chase for the Sprint Cup back in 2014 to create the current elimination format, few have adapted to it as well as Kevin Harvick and his No. 4 team at Stewart-Haas Racing. Harvick has excelled under the setup, in which 16 drivers begin the 10-race Chase and four are eliminated after each three-race segment, leaving four to run for the championship in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The rules also include a provision that allows Chase participants who win a race in one of the segments to automatically advance to the next round.

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Most lead changes in a Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway (in the spring of 2010 and spring of 2011)

Fewest laps led by a Cup winner at Talladega (Brad Keselowski in 2009 and Jeff Gordon in 2007)

Fewest cautions in a Sprint Cup race at Talladega (three times, most recently in the fall of 2002) Races won from the outside pole at Talladega in 94 races — the most of any starting position

Elimination race at Talladega Superspeedway will determine Round of 8 participants Round of 12 points standings and race results from the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway. 1. JIMMIE JOHNSON (finished fourth) 3,082 points His win at Charlotte Motor Speedway a week prior secured his berth in the next round of the Chase, so he was able to race without much pressure at Kansas. “Great performance,” he said. “I think we had a shot at [the win]. I had a lot of fun.”

5. KURT BUSCH (finished 13th) 3,062 points; behind -20 He hasn’t been spectacular in the Chase, but he’s been good enough to keep advancing. Busch ran Sunday’s race in a backup car after wrecking in practice on Saturday. He said his goal going forward is to not hit anything too hard the next few weeks.

2. MATT KENSETH (finished ninth) 3,074 points; behind -8 After starting on the pole and leading a racehigh 116 laps, Kenseth faded at the end. He blamed the last drop on contact with rookie Alex Bowman. “We were just lucky to finish were we did,” he said.

6. MARTIN TRUEX JR. (finished 11th) 3,058 points; behind -24 A mechanical malfunction kept his crew from being able to completely refill his fuel tank on pit stops, and his car was a little slower than usual. “I felt like we were a little better than 11th, but definitely not as good as we hoped to be,” he said.

3. KYLE BUSCH (finished fifth) 3,072 points; behind -10 He charged from seventh to second just after the final restart, but then dropped back. “We had a very good short-run car, not a good longrun car,” he said. “I just wish we had more.”

7. KEVIN HARVICK (finished first) 3,048 points; behind -34 He’s proven time and again that he can win when he really needs to. “It’s hard to keep yourself motivated and continue to perform at a high level,” Harvick said. “Being able to do it for three years now says a lot about the character of this team and the things that they do.”

4. CARL EDWARDS (finished second) 3,069 points; behind -13 Once again, a win at his home track eluded him, as he lost out to Kevin Harvick on the laterace restart. “We had a really good car, so it’s frustrating to come home second here.”

8. JOEY LOGANO (finished third) 3,045 points; behind -37 He bounced back from a poor finish at Charlotte to move up in the Chase standings. “We wanted to get a solid top-five, and if we could win, that is what we wanted,” Logano said. “We just have to get our cars a little faster right now.”

9. AUSTIN DILLON (finished sixth) 3,045 points; behind -37 After wrecking at Charlotte, Dillon rebounded with a strong run. He and his Richard Childress Racing teammates all are running better since the introduction of a new-generation chassis. 10. DENNY HAMLIN (finished 15th) 3,039 points; behind -43 A pit road penalty ruined an otherwise impressive comeback from a damaged splitter early in the race. “This is a team sport, and you’ve got to have every facet of the car and the team all put together,” he said. 11. BRAD KESELOWSKI (finished 38th) 3,038 points; behind -44 Keselowski said in interviews leading up to the race that he was planning to focus on points so he could be assured of advancing to the next Chase round. Instead, he was racing hard at Kansas and wrecked. “I don’t want to points race,” he said. 12. CHASE ELLIOTT (finished 31st) 3,020 points; behind -62 The rookie driver of the No. 24 Chevrolet at Hendrick Motorsports has had fast cars the past two races only to be let down by situations out of his control — a wreck at Charlotte and a mechanical issue at Kansas.


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Corinth, Alcorn Central, Biggersville winners BY KENT MOHUNDRO

Thursday Football Holmes @ Northeast, 6:30 East Central @ Northwest, 6:30 Benton Co. @ Kossuth, 7

Friday Football New Site @ Alcorn Central, 7 Biggersville @ Houlka, 7 Shannon @ Corinth, 7 (WXRZ) Belmont @ Booneville, 7 Amory @ Tishomingo County, 7 Baldwyn @ Walnut, 7 McNairy Central @ Liberty 7 OPEN: Thrasher

Saturday Football Delta @ Itawamba, 3:30 Cross Country Corinth @ Pontotoc Inv.

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There was plenty of action to be had last night in the area, including three first round playoff volleyball matches and the tri-county small school junior high football championship game.

Volleyball • Alcorn Central won their 16th match in a row with a convincing 3-0 sweep of Cleveland East Side (25-10, 25-8, 25-6). It took the Lady Bears (216) a few minutes to shake off the rust and get into a rhythm, as eight of East

Side’s points in the first game came on bad Central serves. But when ACHS got the serve going they were dominant. The Lady Trojans entered the contest winners of four of their final five matches: their only loss to large school and city rival Cleveland. But they were no match for Central last night. The Lady Bears were solid on both sides of the net, but especially on serve- once they got started good. Olivia Wilson and Mary Fran Robbins led ACHS with 15 and 14 aces respectively. They also led in kills: Wilson with four and Robbins with

two. Madison Cornelius had four assists, while Brianna Barnes followed with three. Alcorn Central will travel to play St. Andrews- who beat Choctaw County last night- on Saturday. Match time has not been set yet but we will have it here as soon as it’s announced. • Corinth also hosted first round action last night but had a harder time than expected dispatching of Lake Cormorant 3-2 (25-20, 2522, 23-25, 23-25, 15-13). LCHS came in sporting a 24-13 record and were coming off a 3-1 loss to powerhouse Oxford last Tuesday.

So CHS coach Kelly Wright knew it wasn’t going to be a cakewalk. Actually, the Lady Warriors (26-8) were up 2-0 and led 9-1 in the third set when Wright said they began to take their foot off the brake a bit. They started to become somewhat complacent. The result was an even match going into the tiebreaking final game as Lake Cormorant took games three and four. But Corinth found a way to win in the tiebreaker and advance to the next round at Please see WINNERS | 13A

Thursday, Oct. 27 Football Northeast @ Northwest, 6:30

Friday, Oct. 28 Football Alcorn Central @ Belmont, 7 Corinth @ Amory, 7 (WXRZ) Booneville @ Kossuth, 7 East Union @ Walnut, 7 Falkner @ Thrasher 7 Tishomingo County @ Itawamba AHS, 7 Westview @ McNairy Central 7 OPEN: Biggersville

Saturday, Oct. 29 Football Itawamba @ Holmes, 3 Cross Country Division 1-3A @ Saltillo Division 1-4A

Friday, Nov. 4 Football Thrasher @ West Lowndes 7 Biggersville @ Falkner, 7 3A-4A Playoffs

Saturday, Nov. 5 Cross Country 3A Meet @ Clinton

Monday, Nov. 7 Cross Country 4A Meet @ Clinton

Shorts • Biggersville High School will host “Meet The Lions” night for the basketball programs. The event will take place Thursday at 6 p.m. at the high school gym. • The Kossuth High School Booster Club will meet Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria. Boosters are reminded to bring money collected so far from the 50/50 Giveaway. • The Kossuth Athletic Booster Club is selling tickets now for their big 50/50 Giveaway. Every 50th ticket drawn, through 250, will win $1,000 each. The 300th ticket will win $10,000, if all tickets are sold. The drawing will be at the Aggies Senior night game, Friday, Oct. 28 against Booneville. You do not have to be present to win. To purchase a $100 ticket, see a booster club member or Steve Eaton at Modern Woodman. • Tickets are on sale for the McNairy Central Sports Hall of Fame banquet, being held on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. in the MCHS commons. Advance tickets are $15 and available from committee members Lisa Forsythe, Dr. Martha Glover, Mike Smith, Danny Hendrix, Riscky Whitaker, Glenn Davis, Chris Whitten or Richie Bodiford, or online at mchscats.org under the athletic tab. Tickets at the door will be $20. • Corinth Junior golfers ages 1118 are invited to compete in the AJGT Averifact Fall Junior Classic at the Joseph M. Bartholomew Golf Course in New Orleans Nov. 12-13. The two-day, 36-hole tournament is ranked by the Junior Golf Tour. The tournament fee is $185 and includes two days of green fees, tee gifts and trophies in four age divisions. Recommended accommodations are available at Country Inn and Suites by Carlson/Metairie, Louisiana. Reservations and are available by calling 800-830-5222. The extended reservation deadline is Wednesday, Nov. 9 at noon. To enter the tournament, contact Diane Ford at 985-630-3066 or enter online at www.arrowheadjgt. com. (If you have an item for Sports Shorts, please email them in advance of event to kmohundro@dailycorinthian.com.)

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Alcorn Central’s Mary Fran Robbins saves a point for the Lady Bears in their first round playoff victory last night against East Side at ACHS gym. The Lady Bears play at St. Andrews in the second round this Saturday.

Coaches bring intrigue to LSU-Ole Miss game The Associated Press

OXFORD — When it comes to wins and losses, the tenure of former Ole Miss coach Ed Orgeron was an undisputed disaster. Current Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze — who worked for Orgeron during those tough times for the Rebels — has a slightly different perspective.

So when No. 23 Ole Miss (3-3, 1-2 Southeastern Conference) travels to face No. 25 LSU (4-2, 2-1) on Saturday, there will be a new twist to the annual rivalry. Orgeron is LSU’s interim coach after Les Miles was fired in September, meaning Freeze will be coaching against the man who gave him his start in the college game.

“Everybody comes up with their own opinions, but I’m so indebted to coach Orgeron,” Freeze said. “I have great respect for him and everything he’s meant to my career.” For Orgeron, the respect is mutual. “He’s a tremendous coach,” Orgeron said of Freeze. “He’s a tremendous

fit for that school.” Freeze was a high school coach in Memphis, Tennessee, when Orgeron hired him as an off-the-field administrative assistant in 2005. He was promoted to receivers coach in 2006. The on-the-field results for the partnership were not Please see COACHES | 13A

Barrett shines in Heisman spotlight The Associated Press

J.T. Barrett was big-time in prime time last week and has two more showcase games in the next three weeks to boost his Heisman Trophy hopes. The Ohio State quarterback still has a long way to go to be a threat to Louisville’s Heisman front-runner Lamar Jackson, but if he is going to make a move now is the time. Barrett and the No. 2 Buckeyes are in the Saturday night slot on ABC again this week when they visit Penn State. Ohio State moves off the main stage the next week when it plays Northwestern at home before another prime-time game against No. 8 Nebraska, which could be a matchup of unbeaten teams. Against Wisconsin last week, Barrett ran for two touchdowns and threw what turned out to be the game-winner in overtime. Heisman voters like clutch and Barrett was at his best leading the Buckeyes from behind in the second half and to the win in OT. At a time when fans can watch a football game on their phones while pretending to pay attention to a kid’s soccer match, you might think playing nationally televised night games is not so important for a Heisman Trophy contender. But performing well in the spotlight still helps a lot. 1. Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville (21 points) Last week: Jackson had an off night passing against Duke (13 for 26 for 181 yards) but his 144 yards and a touchdown on the ground made up for it. Even in a spotty performance JackPlease see HEISMAN | 13A

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Tiger Jam Northeast freshman guard Shunn Buchanan from Madison Central throws one down in exhibition play Monday night during the Tigers “late night madness” event at Bonner Arnold Coliseum. There were three-point shooting contests, a slam-dunk contest and fan participation as well.


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good. Orgeron was fired following the 2007 season after a 10-25 record over three seasons, including a 3-21 mark in the SEC. But Freeze said there were many good things he learned from Orgeron — especially as it relates to recruiting and passion for the profession — that he’s carried with him throughout his career. After bouncing around for a few seasons following Orgeron’s dismissal, Freeze became head coach at Arkansas State in 2011 and took the Ole Miss job in 2012. “I don’t know that I’ve ever been around a coach who’s more passionate and came to work every single day with that same energy, same passion and same drive,” Freeze said. “It wasn’t a roller coaster in that regard. He was as driven as anyone I’ve ever seen.” Orgeron was candid about his Ole Miss tenure on Monday, saying he squandered a good opportunity. But the failure made him reassess how he would run a program if he ever received another chance. “You got to look at yourself in the mirror,” Orgeron said. “You can place blame on other people but nothing’s going to change. I’m the only person that can change me.” So far, he’s made the

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most of his opportunity. Freeze said LSU’s offense, in particular, is much improved since Orgeron took over the program. The Tigers have won both games under Orgeron, including a 42-7 win over Missouri and a 45-10 victory against Southern Mississippi on Saturday. “Whatever he’s doing is working,” Freeze said. “They’ve played two games and looked really, really good in them.” Ole Miss, on the other hand, has struggled. The Rebels are coming off a 34-30 loss to Arkansas and look like a middle-of-the-pack SEC team after starting the season with championship aspirations. The Ole Miss offense has been consistently productive, but the team’s defense ranks at or near the bottom of the league in several major categories. The Orgeron-vs.-Ole Miss angle doesn’t really matter to most of the Rebel players, who were in elementary school or junior high during the former coach’s tenure. Instead, they’re focused on bouncing back from the Arkansas loss. “Last week will not beat us this week — that’s our mentality,” Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram said. “We’re going to be ready on Saturday. We’re going to be hyped all week and we can’t wait to get down there.”

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son has spectacular moments. This week: North Carolina State. The Wolfpack just lost to Clemson in overtime last week so Jackson can make a counter-point to Deshaun Watson’s performance. 2 (tie). Jake Browning, QB, Washington (8 points) Last week: Off. This week: Oregon State, which has the fifth-best defense in the Pac-12 at 5.27 yards allowed per play. 2 (tie). Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson (8 points) Last week: Watson threw for a season-high 378 yards and the winning touchdown in overtime against North Carolina State. If not for a missed chip-shot field goal by the Wolfpack, the lasting memory of this game for Watson probably would have been the first pick-six of his career. This week: Off. 3. J.T. Barrett, QB, Ohio State (4 points) Last week: Barrett passed for 226 yards and ran for 92 and two touchdowns against Wisconsin. He was 4 for 4 for 40 yards in overtime. This week: at Penn State, which has the eighth-best defense in the Big Ten at 5.34 yards allowed per play. 4. Greg Ward Jr., QB, Houston (1 point) Last week: Ward had his best rushing game of

Through Oct. 16 1. Kyle Busch, 4. 1. Brad Keselowski, 4. 1. Martin Truex Jr., 4. 1. Kevin Harvick, 4. 5. Denny Hamlin, 3. 5. Jimmie Johnson, 3. 7. Carl Edwards, 2. 7. Matt Kenseth, 2. 9. Chris Buescher, 1. 9. Kurt Busch, 1. 9. Kyle Larson, 1. 9. Joey Logano, 1. 9. Tony Stewart, 1

NASCAR Sprint Cup Rookie Standings Through Oct. 16 1. Chase Elliott, 3020. 2. Chris Buescher, 2090. 3. Ryan Blaney, 682. 4. Brian Scott, 384. 5. Jeffrey Earnhardt, 119

NASCAR XFINITY Pole Winners Through Oct. 15 1. Kyle Busch, 8. 1. Erik Jones, 8. 3. Daniel Suarez, 2. 4. David Ragan, 1. 4. Matt Tifft, 1. 4. Paul Menard, 1. 4. Kyle Larson, 1. 4. Austin Dillon, 1. 4. Joey Logano, 1. 4. Alex Tagliani, 1. 4. Sam Hornish Jr, 1. 4. Alex Bowman, 1. 4. Ty Dillon, 1. 4. Justin Allgaier, 1

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) American League (All Games on TBS) Cleveland 3, Toronto 1 Oct. 14: Cleveland 2, Toronto 0 Oct. 15: Cleveland 2, Toronto 1 Oct. 17: Cleveland 4, Toronto 2 Oct. 18: Toronto 5, Cleveland 1 Today, Oct. 19: Cleveland (Merritt 1-0) at Toronto (Estrada 9-9), 3:08 p.m. x-Friday, Oct. 21: Toronto at Cleveland, 7:08 p.m. x-Saturday, Oct. 22: Toronto at Cleveland, TBA National League Chicago 1, Los Angeles 1 Oct. 15: Chicago 8, Los Angeles 4 Oct. 16: Los Angeles 1, Chicago 0 Tuesday, Oct. 18: Chicago at Los Angeles (n) Today, Oct. 19: Chicago (Lackey 11-8) at Los Angeles (Urias 5-2), (FS1), 7:08 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20: Chicago (Lester 19-5) at Los Angeles (Maeda 16-11), (FS1), 7:08 p.m. x-Saturday, Oct. 22: Los Angeles at Chicago (Fox or FS1), TBA x-Sunday, Oct. 23: Los Angeles at Chicago (Fox or FS1), TBA WORLD SERIES (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) (All games televised by Fox) Tuesday, Oct. 25: NL at AL Wednesday, Oct. 26: NL at AL Friday, Oct. 28: AL at NL Saturday, Oct. 29: AL at NL x-Sunday, Oct. 30: AL at NL x-Tuesday, Nov. 1: NL at AL x-Wednesday, Nov. 2: NL at AL

Basketball WNBA Playoffs Finals (Best-of-5) Los Angeles 2, Minnesota 2 Oct. 9: Los Angeles 78, Minnesota 76 Oct. 11: Minnesota 79, Los Angeles 60 Oct. 14: Los Angeles 92, Minnesota 75 Oct. 16: Minnesota 85, Los Angeles 79 Thursday, Oct. 20: Los Angeles at Minnesota, 7 p.m.

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the season in a wild win against Tulsa with 147 yards. This week: at SMU, which has the ninth-best defense in the American Athletic Conference at 5.48 yards allowed per play.

Five More To Watch Jabil Peppers, LB/ QB/PR, Michigan. Peppers needs to follow up that eye-catching performance against Rutgers two weeks ago to keep momentum going. Good time to play Illinois. • Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State. Of all those high-profile running backs that were getting Heisman hype in the preseason (Christian McCaffrey, Leonard Fournette, Nick Chubb), only Cook is still in the race. • Donnel Pumphrey, RB, San Diego State. The senior has 1,111 yards rushing in six games and needs 1,014 more to break Wisconsin Heisman winner Ron Dayne’s NCAA career record of 6,397 yards. • Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma. Two early losses bumped Mayfield to the back of the Heisman line, but he is the third-highest rated passer in the nation (180.36). • Jalen Hurts, QB, Alabama. The freshman’s numbers aren’t gaudy, but he has accounted for 17 touchdowns (nine passing, eight rushing) and being the quarterback of the best team in the country is worth something. •

Monday’s Games Boston 120, Brooklyn 99 Detroit 102, Milwaukee 78 Charlotte 108, Chicago 104 Utah 104, L.A. Clippers 78 Tuesday’s Games Washington 96, Cleveland 91 Atlanta 96, New Orleans 89 Miami 107, Orlando 77 Oklahoma City 97, Denver 87 L.A. Clippers at Sacramento (n) Today’s Games New York at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Toronto at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.

Indiana at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Memphis at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Houston at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Utah, 8 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. Thursday’s Games Miami at Charlotte, 6 p.m. New Orleans at Orlando, 6 p.m. New York at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta at Chicago, 7 p.m. Friday’s Games Toronto at Washington, 6 p.m. Philadelphia at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Charlotte at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Houston at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Denver, 8 p.m. Phoenix at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. Portland at Golden State, 9:30 p.m.

Football National Football League American Conference East W L T Pct PF PA New England 5 1 0 .833149 91 Buffalo 4 2 0 .667162103 Miami 2 4 0 .333118134 N.Y. Jets 1 5 0 .167 95 164 South W L T Pct PF PA Houston 4 2 0 .667108127 Tennessee 3 3 0 .500120127 Jacksonville 2 3 0 .400101127 Indianapolis 2 4 0 .333160174 North W L T Pct PF PA Pittsburgh 4 2 0 .667154123 Baltimore 3 3 0 .500117115 Cincinnati 2 4 0 .333109145 Cleveland 0 6 0 .000113176 West W L T Pct PF PA Oakland 4 2 0 .667152163 Denver 4 2 0 .667140108 Kansas City 3 2 0 .600109102 San Diego 2 4 0 .333173155 National Conference East W L T Pct PF PA Dallas 5 1 0 .833159107 Washington 4 2 0 .667142142 Philadelphia 3 2 0 .600135 78 N.Y. Giants 3 3 0 .500116131 South W L T Pct PF PA Atlanta 4 2 0 .667199166 Tampa Bay 2 3 0 .400 94 142 New Orleans 2 3 0 .400155168 Carolina 1 5 0 .167161176 North W L T Pct PF PA Minnesota 5 0 0 1.000119 63 Green Bay 3 2 0 .600114113 Detroit 3 3 0 .500150153 Chicago 1 5 0 .167101143 West W L T Pct PF PA Seattle 4 1 0 .800105 78 Los Angeles 3 3 0 .500110137 Arizona 3 3 0 .500153104 San Francisco 1 5 0 .167127185 Thursday’s Games Chicago at Green Bay, 7:25 p.m. Sunday’s Games N.Y. Giants at Los Angeles, 8:30 a.m. Minnesota at Philadelphia, Noon New Orleans at Kansas City, Noon Oakland at Jacksonville, Noon Baltimore at N.Y. Jets, Noon Washington at Detroit, Noon Indianapolis at Tennessee, Noon Buffalo at Miami, Noon Cleveland at Cincinnati, Noon Tampa Bay at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m. San Diego at Atlanta, 3:05 p.m. New England at Pittsburgh, 3:25 p.m. Seattle at Arizona, 7:30 p.m. Open: Dallas, Carolina Monday’s Games Houston at Denver, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27 Jacksonville at Tennessee, 7:25 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30 Washington at Cincinnati, 8:30 a.m. Detroit at Houston, Noon Arizona at Carolina, Noon Kansas City at Indianapolis, Noon N.Y. Jets at Cleveland, Noon New England at Buffalo, Noon

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Seattle at New Orleans, Noon Oakland at Tampa Bay, Noon San Diego at Denver, 3:05 p.m. Green Bay at Atlanta, 3:25 p.m. Philadelphia at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Open: Los Angeles, San Francisco, N.Y. Giants, Miami, Baltimore, Pittsburgh Monday, Oct. 31 Minnesota at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.

Mississippi Prep Polls Here are Mississippi’s top high school football teams in each class as selected by a panel of Associated Press state sports writers. Overall School W-L Pts Prv 1. Clinton (11) (8-0) 110 1 2. Tupelo (8-0) 96 2 3. Brandon (7-2) 79 4 4. West Point (8-1) 72 5 5. St. Stanislaus (7-1) 57 6 6. Warren Central (7-1) 55 7 7. Picayune (7-1) 32 3 8. Madison Central (5-3-1) 25 NR (tie) Northwest Rankin (6-3) 25 8 10. Laurel (7-1) 20 NR Others receiving votes: Meridian 5, Hazlehurst 5, Hattiesburg 4, Raleigh 4, Presbyterian Christian 4, Simmons 3, Noxubee County 3, Tylertown 2, Houston 1, Starkville 1, Kemper County 1, West Lauderdale 1, Class 6A School W-L Pts Prv 1. Clinton (11) (8-0) 110 1 2. Tupelo (8-0) 99 2 3. Brandon (7-2) 84 3 4. Warren Central (7-1) 78 4 5. Northwest Rankin (6-3) 43 5 Others receiving votes: Madison Central 26. Class 5A School W-L Pts Prv 1. West Point (10) (7-1) 108 2 2. Laurel (7-1) 94 3 3. Picayune (7-1) 90 1 4. Hattiesburg (6-3) 65 5 5. Clarksdale (1) (7-2) 55 4 Others receiving votes: Stone 14, Vicksburg 7, Grenada 7. Class 4A School W-L Pts Prv 1. St. Stanislaus (11) (7-1) 110 1 2. Houston (7-1) 79 2 3. Pontotoc (7-1) 74 T3 4. West Lauderdale (9-0) 56 T3 5. Amory (6-2) 55 5 Others receiving votes: Poplarville 29, Lafayette 22, Noxubee County 9, Senatobia 6. Class 3A School W-L Pts Prv 1. Hazlehurst (3) (7-2) 99 1 2. Kemper Co. (2) (8-1) 90 3 (tie) Raleigh (5) (9-0) 90 2 4. Tylertown (1) (8-0) 69 5 5. Charleston (8-2) 68 4 Others receiving votes: Kossuth 18, Velma Jackson 6. Class 2A School W-L Pts Prv 1. Bassfield (10) (7-2) 109 1 2. Calhoun City (1) (8-1) 98 2 3. Union (8-1) 83 3 4. Bay Springs (7-2) 76 4 5. Puckett (8-1) 62 5 Others receiving votes: West Tallahatchie 6, East Webster 6. Class 1A School W-L Pts Prv 1. Simmons (11) (7-0) 110 1 2. Resurrection Catholic (6-1) 96 2 3. Nanih Waiya (8-1) 91 3 4. Lumberton (6-2) 76 5 5. Smithville (6-2) 49 4 Others receiving votes: Stringer 12, West Lowndes 6. Class Private Schools School W-L Pts Prv 1. Presbyterian Christian (11) (9-0) 110 2 2. Jackson Prep (8-1) 98 1 3. Indianola Aca. (9-0) 65 4 4. Madison-Ridgeland Aca. (7-3) 63 3 5. Lamar School (7-2) 51 5 Others receiving votes: Prentiss Christian 16, Canton Aca. 14, Copiah Aca. 14, Jackson Aca. 13, St. Joseph, Greenville 6.

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East Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Florida 3 1 126 65 5 1182 72 Tennessee 2 2 120153 5 2213209 Kentucky 2 2 50102 3 3147188 Georgia 2 3 117137 4 3176185 Vanderbilt 1 3 46 62 3 4131154 South Carolina 1 4 64106 2 4 84 121 Missouri 0 3 48110 2 4189157 West Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Alabama 4 0 180 89 7 0318105 Texas A&M 4 0 143 91 6 0241115 Auburn 2 1 72 56 4 2194 96 LSU 2 1 78 45 4 2171 84 Arkansas 1 2 88124 5 2244195 Mississippi 1 2 118 96 3 3238182 Mississippi St 1 2 61 75 2 4149159 Saturday, Oct. 22 UMass at South Carolina, 11 a.m. Texas A&M at Alabama, 2:30 p.m. Middle Tennessee at Missouri, 3 p.m. Arkansas at Auburn, 5 p.m. Tennessee St. at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m. Mississippi St. at Kentucky, 6:30 p.m. Mississippi at LSU, 8 p.m.

Transactions Tuesday’s Deals BASEBALL American League OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Named Chip Hale third base coach, Jeff Collins assistant athletic trainer and Josh Cuffe strength and conditioning coach. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NEW YORK KNICKS — Re-signed F Cleanthony Early. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS — Placed DE Derrick Shelby on injured reserve. Signed S Sharrod Neasman from the practice squad. CLEVELAND BROWNS — Placed DB Jordan Poyer on injured reserve. Signed DB Ed Reynolds from the practice squad. Signed DB Darius Hillary and WR Jordan Leslie to the practice squad. Released TE E.J. Bibbs from the practice squad. DETROIT LIONS — Signed OL Brian Mihalik from the practice squad. Signed LB Brandon Chubb to the practice squad. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed TE Chase Coffman. Signed WR Tevaun Smith from the practice squad. Signed WR Marcus Leak and CB Frankie Williams to the practice squad. Placed WR Quan Bray on injured reserve. Placed TE Mike Miller on the practice squad injured reserve list. Released S Lee Hightower from the practice squad. GREEN BAY PACKERS — Released G Blake Muir from the practice squad. Signed DT Brian Price to the practice squad. Acquired RB Knile Davis from Kansas City for a conditional draft pick. Placed CB Sam Shields on injured reserve. MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Released G Isame Faciane from the practice squad. Signed CB Tre Roberson to the practice squad. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Signed OL Jamil Douglas to the practice squad. Released OL Ian Silberman from the practice squad. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — Placed WR Vincent Jackson on injured reserve. HOCKEY American Hockey League AHL — Suspended Stockton C Mike Angelidis for three games for an illegal check to the head of an opponent in a game vs. San Jose on Oct. 15 and St. John’s C Michael McCarron for two games for a match penalty assessed in a game at Providence on Oct. 16. TENNIS TENNIS INTEGRITY UNIT — Suspended tennis player Daniel Garza for six months and fined him $5,000 after being found guilty of a match-fixing offense.

NBA GMs pick Warriors in Finals The Associated Press

The NBA’s general managers are expecting a third straight Golden State-Cleveland matchup in this season’s NBA Finals, with the Warriors the pick to reclaim the title. Such was the consensus from the annual poll of general managers by NBA.com. The Warriors and Cavaliers each got 97 percent of the votes cast by GMs when asked to pick the Western and Eastern conference champions — meaning, if each team got one ballot, 29 of the 30 teams voted for a rematch. And here’s why it wouldn’t have been unanimous: General managers were not allowed to vote for their own clubs. Boston got the other conference-title vote in the East, San Antonio got the other one in the West. The Warriors got 69 percent of votes cast to emerge as champions for the second time in three years this season, with the defending titlist Cavaliers getting the other 31 percent. Other balloting led to the following predictions:

• Cleveland’s LeBron James will win his fifth MVP award. James got 47 percent of the vote, easily outpacing Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook (23 percent), Golden State’s two-time reigning MVP Stephen Curry and Houston’s James Harden (10 percent each), new Warriors forward Kevin Durant (7 percent) and Indiana’s Paul George (3 percent). • James remains a nightmare for opponents. Asked which player forces coaches to make the most adjustments, James got 75 percent of the vote, far more than Curry (21 percent) and Golden State’s Draymond Green (4 percent). • Minnesota’s KarlAnthony Towns would be the player most GMs, if starting a franchise today and could sign any player, would take in such a scenario. Towns was picked on 48 percent of ballots, followed by Durant (21 percent) and James (17 percent). • Phoenix’s Devin Booker is the player most likely to have a breakout season, listed on 31 percent of the ballots. He was ahead of Towns (14

percent) and Indiana’s Myles Turner (10 percent), with 11 other players also getting mentions. • Curry remains the NBA’s best point guard, getting 63 percent of the votes in that category. Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers (20 percent) was second, followed by Westbrook (10 percent) and Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving (7 percent). • Other top positional rankings went to shooting guard James Harden of Houston, James at small forward, New Orleans’ Anthony Davis at power forward and the Los Angeles Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan at center. Interestingly, not only was James the overwhelming pick at small forward, he also placed a close second in power forward balloting. • Golden State, which landed Durant this summer, was the easy pick as the team that made the best overall moves this offseason. Not coincidentally, 80 percent of the GMs also said Durant is the player move that will make the most impact, far ahead of the 13 percent who think Boston getting Al Horford will.

• Durant’s move to Golden State narrowly edged Dwyane Wade signing with Chicago as the most surprising move of the offseason. • Minnesota was the pick by GMs to be the league’s most improved team this season, and the Wolves’ Kris Dunn is the overwhelming choice to be the rookie of the year. • San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard was overwhelmingly selected as the best defensive player and best perimeter defender in the league, part of the reason why the Spurs got 50 percent of the GM votes as the NBA’s top defensive team. Jordan was the easy winner in balloting for best interior defender. • The Spurs’ Gregg Popovich was the pick again as both the best head coach and best coach in terms of managing and motivating players. • James was picked as the NBA’s best leader, most versatile player and as the player with the best basketball IQ. But if GMs could pick one player to take a shot with the game on the line, he was the second choice — far behind Curry.

two first half touchdowns, and Jeremiah Patterson returned a Mustang fumble for a touchdown just before the first-half horn sounded, as the junior Lions built a 24-0 halftime lead. Quarterback Jack Eaton connected with his brother John Eaton for a pair of two-point conversions while Jack Eaton ran another one in himself. BJHS scored just once more in the second half

as Jack Eaton scored from a yard out in the fourth quarter. Knight added the two-point run for the final margin. Zae Davis added a second half interception for the junior Lions. Biggersville finishes the season a perfect 8-0, while allowing only one touchdown the entire season. “I’m just proud of this team for getting back to this championship game

again,” said Mustang coach Kyle Cooper.”We got here and won last year and a lot of people thought we couldn’t get back again. But we did.” “These kids played their hearts out and played a heck of a game,”said Biggersville head man Stan Platt.”I’m especially proud of the fact that we held them scoreless. We just played a really good game.”

WINNERS CONTINUED FROM 12A

Oxford on Saturday. Madison Mayhall led in aces with three followed by Bailee Essary, Sadie Mitchell, and Colby Cox with two. Kristin Herman and Nikidja Powell had 16 and 12 kills respectively. Essary had a huge night in assists with 34. Mitchell had 21 digs followed by Cox with 18. Powell also paced CHS with four

blocks, while Baylee Cain and Herman had three. Match time Saturday against the Lady Chargers will be announced later. • Tishomingo County had the unappreciable task of traveling to Lewisburg for their first round match and things went south early for the Lady Braves as they were swept 3-0 (25-11, 25-13, 25-21). Cayce Johnson paced the Lady Braves, who fin-

ished a solid season at 18-11, with seven kills. Ashleigh McRae led with eight assists and Christian Bobo had 19 digs.

Jr. High Football • The Biggersville Jr. High Lions claimed the tri-county small school football championship last night at the Lions Den by shutting out Burnsville 32-0. Quinton Knight scored


Home & Garden

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Plant violas in the fall for winter-long color

Photo by MSU Extension/Gary Bachman

The Sorbet series of violas, such as this Midnight Glow selection, resist stretching and stay compact through winter and even as temperatures warm in the spring.

Photo by MSU Extension/Gary Bachman

Shop now for the best selection of violas varieties and color, such as these Banana Cream Sorbet violas.

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An important step in k e e p ing yearr o u n d color in Gary the garBachman den and landscape Southern is planting Gardening and transitioning the annual color plants. Within the last month, I’ve planted my favorite fall French marigolds, also called Mari-mums. My Telstar dianthuses and snapdragons are also in and starting to show off. At the beginning of September, I pulled my Blue Daze evolvuluses from the front walk bed and replaced them with some beautiful, tight-budded mini chrysanthemums. These chrysanthemums were gorgeous for about six weeks, but I noticed this past weekend that the flowers are fading fast. They did their job of bridging the gap between the heat of late summer and the beginning of cooler weather we’re now enjoying. But it’s time to move on; Mother Nature waits for no one. So yesterday I pulled up the mums and replaced them with violas, another favorite cool-season bedding plant. These plants are closely related to the Matrix pansies I planted a couple of weeks ago. Violas are tough and tolerant of cold, winter weather, maybe even more so than pansies. They perform well in landscape beds as well as containers. They grow right through Thanksgiving and will still be shining in the garden at Easter and beyond. Violas are also called “Johnny jump ups” due their prolific seed production. It seems wherever I have planted them in my yard, they continue to reappear in various spots around the landscape for a least a couple of years more. Now is the time is start buying the violas you’ll need this winter, as the selection now is really good with lots of variety available. If you wait, you may not find the colors you want. In other words, if you snooze, you lose. I’ve really become a fan of the Sorbet series of violas. These plants are about 4 to 6 inches tall and wide, and when mass planted, they seem to cover the landscape or container with a floral blanket. Sorbet violas resist stretching and stay compact through the season, even as the temperatures start to rise in the spring. Their best aspect is the color, as selections seem absolutely endless. These colorful flowers are displayed above the foliage to really

Be sure to plant your violas in full sun before the really cold weather sets in. This timing allows the root system to get established, and the gardener will be rewarded now and next spring with great color. That’s why I recommend you start planting now. showoff. All violas need to grow is consistently moist soil. Moisture is especially important to monitor in containers. If the roots get a little dry, the flower production will turn off, which is not a good thing. Be sure to plant yours in full sun before the really cold weather sets in. This timing allows the root system to get established, and the gardener will be rewarded now and next spring with great color. That’s why I recommend you start planting now. Violas need a consistent source of nutrients to keep the flowering at its best. I always put a couple of teaspoons of controlledrelease fertilizer in the planting hole and apply water-soluble fertilizer every three weeks during normal watering. When you go to buy your violas, you’ll see them at garden centers in packs and in 3- or 4-inch pots. Which should you choose? The pack plants are a little cheaper per plant and will have more per flat, but these will take longer to fill in. The pot plants are bigger and a little more expensive, but you’ll get more instant effect. I like to use the bigger plants. I have one last piece of advice about planting violas. There is nothing lonelier than a viola planted by itself in a big flower bed. For the best landscape performance and display, always plant violas in big masses. So get on out to the garden centers while the selection is at its best and start planting some coolseason color to enjoy. (Dr. Gary Bachman is an Extension and research professor of horticulture at the Mississippi State University Coastal Research and Extension Center in Biloxi. He is also the host of the popular Southern Gardening television and radio programs.)

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

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A deeply resentful brother causes problems union isn’t taking place Dear Annie: My brother at her house). and I are close in age, and Dear If your brother seeks from the time I was born, help to become a haphe has bullied, teased and Annie pier person and less ignored me. After years of therapy, he finally confessed that he had been jealous of me because our mother was overwhelmed and he felt abandoned. A few years ago, I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer with a low survival rate, but against all odds, I am in remission. Several months ago, I asked my mother for a financial gift to pay for an experimental treatment that was not covered by insurance. She has a sizable estate and is in her 90s, and she readily agreed. It most likely saved my life. My brother was furious with her and with me and wrote a cold email to the other siblings, saying that “everyone has problems” and asking why I was being given special treatment. Last week, he sent out another email to the family, masked in sincere language about how he was concerned for our mother. He wanted to make us all promise not to ask her for any more gifts, saying she is anxious about her finances. The whole family knows that she is quite comfortably off and that her fears are most likely a result of early dementia. But it was clear in a separate email to me that he blames me for stressing her out. I have no intention of

asking my mother for any more money, but these exchanges have left me in tears. My husband says I should not open any emails from my brother and I should cut off contact, but now my brother has contacted all of us with a plan for a sibling reunion — to take place during a time I’d planned to visit my mother. I don’t feel safe with him, but I’m not sure how to get out of this reunion without causing a family rift. I just want to focus on living each day and loving my young children. — Living Life Without My Brother Dear Living: For whatever reason, your brother is a deeply unhappy person, and he’s bent on bringing others down into his miserable company. He is toxic, and cutting off communication is the healthy choice for now. Like a classic bully, he’s reacting to your withdrawal by desperately trying even harder to provoke you, stirring the pot with this “sibling reunion.” You absolutely do not have to go to this reunion. Visit your mother instead (assuming the re-

emotionally manipulative toward you, you can reconnect. Until then, insulate yourself from his attacks, and focus on yourself and your recovery. Congratulations on your cancer’s being in remission. Dear Annie: I’d like to know why some restaurants and diners don’t treat tea drinkers the same as coffee drinkers. I’ve been dining with a group on more than one occasion when coffee drinkers were given unlimited free refills on their coffee but I was charged for a second cup of tea. I can’t believe tea costs more than coffee, so I wonder what the reason is. — Tea Drinker Dear Tea: Your question stumped me, so I asked some servers: Why the “steep” cost for tea? Apparently, it’s because it requires many more steps than coffee. Not all restaurants have hot water at the ready, so they heat it up just for that cup of tea. Then, at more upscale restaurants, there’s the matter of presentation — presenting all the tea bag choices, arranging the lemon, cream, sugar, etc.


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Mailroom Manager The Daily Corinthian is seeking an experienced individual to lead, direct, and supervise our insert department and mailroom. This position is responsible for operation of an inserting machine, forklift, counterstacker, and other equipment needed to produce products. Responsible for hiring and supervision of mailroom crew. The successful candidate will possess strong leadership abilities, a positive attitude, and excellent communication skills; at least one year of manufacturing supervisory experience is required. We offer an excellent compensation plan including competitive salary, major medical insurance, prescription card, dental insurance; company matched 401k, and paid vacation & holidays.

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Process Engineer As one of the largest producers of containerboard and corrugated packaging products in the U.S., PCA offers customers broad expertise and economies of scale, while our multiple plant locations let us rapidly meet the local needs of our customers. Responsibilities include: Entry level engineering graduate. Responsible for providing process optimization and engineering support for the mill which will include but not limited to, compliance process coordination, lean projects, quality and product safety, and analytical and systems support.  Develops and maintains methods for tracking and reducing operational costs. Coordinate the efforts of our outside resources to improve our operation by filtering and utilizing appropriate information. Conducts data analysis projects and uses data to make business decisions. Assignments may include some work at higher levels for training and development purposes. Successful candidate should have knowledge of pulp & paper making, waste-water treatment and recovery operations. Interest/aptitude in controls. Basic Qualifications: â&#x20AC;˘ Bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in Chemical Engineering required â&#x20AC;˘ Applicants must have 0-3 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience in process engineering or production in the paper industry â&#x20AC;˘ Experience using Microsoft Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Auto Cad and Project Preferred Qualifications: â&#x20AC;˘ Familiarity with instrumentation and control systems would be preferred. Knowledge-Skills-Abilities â&#x20AC;˘ Must be able to work well under pressure and within time constraints, multi-task, and build sound relationships with both internal and external customers â&#x20AC;˘ Must exhibit excellent communication, analytical, organizational and computer skills â&#x20AC;˘ Must be capable of independently making sound decisions through creative problem-solving â&#x20AC;˘ Must be capable of working with ambiguity and change â&#x20AC;˘ Competitive pay and benefit package.

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/s/ William H. Davis, Jr._  William H. Davis, Jr. Trustee

IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF ALCORN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

Publication Dates: October 5, 2016 October 12, 2016 October 19, 2016 October 26, 2016

RE: ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES EARL PERRIGO, DECEASED NO. 2016-0591-02

Clayton O'Donnell P.O. Box 1613 Corinth, MS 38835 396-4808

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TO: THE HEIRS-AT-LAW OF JAMES EARL PERRIGO, ,17+(&+$1&(5<&2857 DECEASED 2) $/&251 &2817< You have been made a 0,66,66,33, Defendant in the Complaint ,1 5(  7+( (67$7( 2) filed in this Court by Kathy Keeling, both individually and 3$8/$ -81( :$// as administratrix of the es&$86( 12    tate of James Earl Perrigo, deceased, and you must take im mediate action to protect your rights. 127,&(72 &5(',7256 /HWWHUV RI $GPLQLVWUD WLRQKDYLQJEHHQJUDQ WHG RQ WKH WK GD\ RI 6HSW  E\ WKH &KDQFHU\ &RXUW RI $O FRUQ &RXQW\ 0LVVLV VLSSL WR WKH XQGHU VLJQHG $'0,1,675$7 256XSRQWKHHVWDWHRI 3DXOD -XQH :DOO GH FHDVHGQRWLFHLVKHUHE\ JLYHQ WR DOO SHUVRQV KDYLQJ FODLPV DJDLQVW VDLG HVWDWH WR SUHVHQW WKHVDPHWRWKH&OHUNRI WKLV &RXUW IRU SUREDWH DQGUHJLVWUDWLRQDFFRUG LQJ WR ODZ ZLWKLQ  GD\VIURPWKHILUVWSXE OLFDWLRQ RI WKLV QRWLFH RU WKH\ ZLOO EH IRUHYHU EDUUHG

Respondents other than you in this action are: None You are summoned to appear and defend against said Complaint to establish and determine heirs-at-law of James Earl Perrigo at 9:00 o'clock a.m. on the 31st day of October, 2016, at the Alcorn County Chancery Building, Corinth, Mississippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend a judgment will be entered against you for the things demanded in said Complaint. You are not required to file an answer or other pleading, but you may do so if you desire.

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RE: LAST WILL AND TESTWF    AMENT OF  BENJAMIN F. SOUTH, DECEASED 

1607 S. Harper Rd. Corinth, MS 38834

OFFICE OF STATE AID ROAD CONSTRUCTION MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Separate and sealed bids for the construction of 5 POINTS UTILITY RELOCATION, will be received by the ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, 305 SOUTH FULTON DRIVE, CORINTH, MS 38834, UNTIL 10:00 A.M. ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 2016   and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud.

Alcorn County Board of Supervisors Jimmy Tate Waldon, President

Signed, posted and published this 5th day of October, 2016.

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SECTION 900

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS:

Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Alcorn County, Mississippi at the Alcorn County Board of Supervisors Building, 305 South Fulton Drive, Corinth, Mississippi, until 10:00 am on the 5th day of December, 2016 and shortly thereafter publicly opened for the construction of 0.400 miles of KENDRICK ROAD 5 POINTS INTERSECTION being known as Project No. APL-0943(14)B in Alcorn County, Mississippi. PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF WORK ARE APPROXIMATELY AS FOLLOWS: ITEM

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MOBILIZATION CLEARING & GRUBBING UNCLASSIFIED EXCAVATION (FM) EXCESS EXCAVATION (LVM) GRANULAR MATERIAL (LVM), (CLASS 5, GROUP C) CRUSHED STONE MIXING, SHAPING AND COMPACTION HOT MIX ASPHALT, (ST) ( 9.5 MM) HOT MIX ASPHALT, (ST) (19 MM) ASPHALT FOR PRIME COAT (EA-1) OR (AE-P) CLASS â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bâ&#x20AC;? STRUCTURAL CONCRETE, MINOR STRUCTURES REINFORCING STEEL 24â&#x20AC;? REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE, CLASS III 24â&#x20AC;? REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE, END SECTION 51â&#x20AC;? X 32â&#x20AC;? REINFORCED CONCRETE ARCH PIPE, CLASS III 51â&#x20AC;? X 32â&#x20AC;? REINFORCED CONCRETE ARCH PIPE, END SECTION

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CASTINGS GRATINGS CONCRETE DRIVEWAY COMBINATION CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER (TYPE I) RIGHT-OF-WAY MARKERS (TYPE I) MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION SIGNS 6â&#x20AC;? WIDE THERMOPLASTIC EDGE STRIPE (CONTINUOUS WHITE) (60 MIL) 6â&#x20AC;? WIDE THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC STRIPE STRIPE (CONTINUOUS YELLOW) (90 MIL) THERMOPLASTIC DETAIL STRIPE (4â&#x20AC;? EQUIVALENT LENGTH) (WHITE) (90 MIL) THERMOPLASTIC DETAIL STRIPE (4â&#x20AC;? EQUIVALENT LENGTH) (YELLOW) (90 MIL) THERMOPLASTIC LEGEND (WHITE) (120 MIL) THERMOPLASTIC LEGEND (WHITE) (120 MIL) REFLECTORIZED TRAFFIC WARNING SIGN (ENCAPSULATED LENS) REFLECTORIZED TRAFFIC REGULATORY SIGN (ENCAPSULATED LENS)

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EROSION CONTROL ITEMS: AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER (13-13-13) AMMONIUM NITRATE SEEDING VEGETATIVE MATERIALS FOR MULCH SOLID SODDING TEMPORARY SILT FENCE (TYPE I OR II) (TYPE I) (AOS 0.15-0.84) LOOSE RIPRAP 200 LB. WATTLES, 20â&#x20AC;? NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: CONTRACT TIME:

80 Working Days

BASIS OF AWARD The award, if made, will be made to the lowest qualified bidder on the basis of published quantities. The attention of the BIDDER is directed to the State and Federal laws governing selection of and employment of labor. MINIMUM WAGE RATES for this project have been predetermined by the Secretary of the Department of Labor in accordance with the requirements of Federal regulations governing the expenditure of FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY FUNDS and are set out in the labor regulations contained in the proposal. The Board of Supervisors hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprise will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS are on file in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, the County Engineerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s office and the Office of the State Aid Engineer, 412 E. Woodrow Wilson Avenue, Jackson, Mississippi. This project shall be constructed in accordance with the latest edition of the Mississippi Standard Specifications for State Aid Road and Bridge Construction. PLANS AND PROPOSALS may be secured from Kenneth P. Geno, Jr., County Engineer for Alcorn County, Mississippi, P. O. Box 1526, Tupelo. The Cost is fifty dollars ($50.00) for plans and fifty dollars ($50.00) for the proposal, non-refundable Certified check or bid bond for five percent (5%) of the total bid, made payable to Alcorn County and the State of Mississippi must accompany each proposal. Bidders are hereby notified that any proposal accompanied by letters qualifying in any manner the condition under which the proposal is tendered will be considered an irregular bid and such proposal will not be considered in making the award. Jimmy Tate Waldon, President Alcorn County Board of Supervisors Publish: October 19th & 26th, 2016 15536


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0955 LEGALS 0955 LEGALS NO. 16-0649-02 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testamentary have been on this day granted to the undersigned, Sherry A. Harvell, on the estate of Benjamin F. South, deceased, by the Chancery Court of Alcorn County, Mississippi, and all persons having claims against said estate are required to have the same probated and registered by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days after the date of the first publication of this notice or the same shall be forever barred. The first day of the publication of this notice is the 12th day of October, 2016.

0955 LEGALS WHEREAS, on August 18, 2012, Billy R. Wiseman, executed and delivered a Trust Deed to N & H INVESTMENTS, LLC, Beneficiary, which Trust Deed was recorded on August 20, 2012, as Instrument Number 201203838 in the land records of Alcorn County, Mississippi; and WHEREAS, on October 7, 2016, N & H Investments, LLC substituted John O. Windsor in the place and stead of the Trustee in the above referenced Trust Deeds which Substitution of Trustee(s) was recorded in the land records of Alcorn County, Mississippi, on October 7, 2016, as Instrument numbers 201605133 and 201605134, reference to which is hereby made; and

WITNESS my signature on this 10th day of October, WHEREAS, default has 2016. been made in the payment of the indebtedness seSHERRY A. HARVELL, EXEC- cured by said aforemenUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF tioned Trust Deed(s), and BENJAMIN F. SOUTH, DE- the said N & H InvestCEASED ments, LLC, being the owner and holder of the inDonald Downs debtedness secured PO Box 1618 thereby, having requested Corinth, MS 38835 the undersigned Substitute 287-8088 Trustee so to do, I will on November 30, 2016, offer 3tc 10/12, 10/19, 10/26/2016 for sale and will sell, during legal hours (11:00 a.m. 15529 4:00p.m.) at the South door of the Courthouse in AlSUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S corn County, Corinth, Mississippi, to the highest bidNOTICE OF SALE der for cash at public outWHEREAS, on Decem- c r y , t h e f o l l o w i n g d e ber 14, 2011, Billy R. Wise- s c r i b e d p r o p e r t y : man, executed and delivered a Trust Deed to N & TRACT A: A part of Blocks H INVESTMENTS, LLC, 18 and 19 of Proper's AddiBeneficiary, which Trust tion to the City of Corinth, Deed was recorded on Alcorn County, Mississippi, December 14, 2011, as In- described as follows: strument Number 201105776 in the land re- Parcel 1: Commencing at cords of Alcorn County, the Northeast corner of Block 19 of Proper's AddiMississippi; and

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tion to the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, then run East along the Southern boundary line of Proper Street a distance of 6.7 feet, more or less, to the West edge of a water meter located East of a driveway which lies East of a House place purchased from Noel Strickland by Lacy Dalton on February 10, 1965, as recorded in land books of Alcorn County, Mississippi, Deed Book 131, Page 337 to a point of beginning; thence run in a Westerly direction along the Southern boundary line of Proper Street a distance of 48.6 feet, more or less, to the Northeast corner of the W. L. Curtis property; thence run South parallel with the East line of Block 19 of Proper's Addition to the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, to the South line of said Block same being the North right-of-way of the Southern Railroad; thence run East along North right-ofway of said Railroad 59.6 feet, more or less, to an iron stake; thence in a Northerly direction a distance of 172.8 feet, more or less, to a point of beginning. It is the intention to convey to grantee the third lot East of a ditch in Block 18 and 19 of Proper's Addition to the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, as recorded in Deed Book 152, page 295 in the Chancery Clerk's Office of Alcorn County, Mississippi.

angles to the Northern boundary of said Block, same being Northern rightof-way of the Southern Railway to an iron stake; thence West along Southern boundary line of said Block and the Northern right-of-way of Southern Railway a distance of 89.5 feet, more or less, to the center line of a ditch which runs under the Southern Railway at this point; thence Northerly along center line of said ditch a distance of 172.99 feet to the Southern boundary line of Proper Street; thence East along the Southern boundary line of Proper Street 66 feet to the point of beginning. It is the intention to convey to the grantee the first lot East of the ditch inside of Block 19 of Proper's Addition to the City of Corinth.

convey to grantee the second lot East of a ditch in Block 19 as recorded in Deed Book 75 at page 526 in the Chancery Clerk's Office of Alcorn County, Mississippi.

tance of 100 feet for the true point of beginning; run thence West parallel with the South line of said block 100 feet; run thence North parallel with the East line of said block and the West right of way line of Penn Street a distance of 100 feet; run thence East parallel with the South line of said block a distance of 100 feet to the East line of said block; run thence South along the East line of said block and the West right of way line of Penn Street a distance of 100 feet to the point of true beginning being the Northeast quarter of said Block 302 of Mitchell and Mask Survey.

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Parcel 2: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Block 19 of Proper's Addition to the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, and run West along the North boundary line of said Block a distance of 82 feet to an iron stake for a point of beginning; thence run Southwardly and at right

Parcel 3: Commencing at the northeast corner of Block 19 of Proper's Addition to the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, and run West along the North boundary line of said Block a distance of 41 feet, more or less, to an iron stake , the point of beginning; thence run South and at right angles to the Southern boundary line of Proper Street to the Southern boundary line of said Block same being the North rightof-way of the Southern Railway; thence West along South boundary line of said Block a distance of 41 feet more or less to an iron stake; thence North on a line at right angle to the Southern boundary line of Proper Street to an iron stake on the North boundary line of said Block; thence East along the Southern boundary line of Proper Street a distance of 41 feet to the point of beginning. It is the intention to

TRACT B: A tract of land comprising a part of Block 10 in the Bell, Young, and McCord Subdivision, Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, as same appears of record in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Alcorn County, Mississippi and being more particularly described as follows: Commence at the point of intersection of the center line of Fulton Street with the northern line of Proper Street and said point being the Southeast corner of said Bell, Young and McCord Subdivision. Thence along the northern line of Proper Street North 73° 00' West a distance of 400 feet to the point of beginning of the tract of land hereby described. Thence continue along the northern line of Proper Street North 73 ° 00' West a distance of 251.10 feet to a point; thence North 36° 26' East a distance of 147.19 feet to a point; thence South 79° 18' East a distance of 188.00 feet to a point; thence South 13° 48' West a distance of 203.34 feet to the point of beginning of the tract of land hereby described. TRACT C: A lot in Block 302 of Mitchell and Mask Survey of the City of Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Southeast corner of said block and run thence North along the East line of said block and the West right of way line of Penn Street a dis-

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ALUMINUM BOAT FOR SALE 16FT./5FT. 115 HP. EVINRUDE. NEW TROLLING MOTOR TRAILER NEWLY REWIRED ALL TIRES NEW NEW WINCH

SOLD

ASKING $7500.00 Or Make Me An Offer CALL 662-427-9591 Call (662)427-9591 or Cell phone (662)212-4946 Built by Scully’s Aluminum Boats of Louisiana.

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

DECK BOAT BAYLINER CLASSIC

1993 21FT TRACKER

BOAT & TRAILER 13 YR OLD M14763BC BCMS Includes Custom 19.5 LONG Trailer Dual Axel-Chrome BLUE & WHITE Retractable Canopy REASONABLY PRICED $4500.00 662-660-3433 662-419-1587 1985 Hurricane-150 Johnson engine

PONTOON

15 FT Grumman Flat BOAT Bottom Boat BOAT MOTOR 25 HP Motor TRAILER $2700.00 $6,00000 Ask for Brad: 731-453-5521 284-4826

2000 MERCURY Optimax, 225 H.P.

2012 Lowe Pontoon 90 H.P. Mercury w/ Trailer Still under warranty. Includes HUGE tube $19,300 662-427-9063

17 ft

Carolina Skiff 70 horse Nissan motor, trolling motor, 12 rod holders, two depth finders.

662-665-1124 if no answer leave message.


s e l a S GUARANTEEDAuto

Daily Corinthian • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • 7B

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. 868 AUTOMOBILES

93 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE 2009 Pontiac G6

Super Nice, Really Clean, Oil changed regularly, Good cold air and has good tires. 160k

Asking $4800. OBO CALL/TEXT DANIEL @ 662-319-7145

1972 MERCURY COUGAR $20,000.00 662-415-5071

1977 CORVETTE

1956 Classic T-Bird Convertible 350, Auto, PS, PW, Motor & Trans Rebuilt AIR T-TOPS, Red Power Steering, with Gray Leather Brakes, Interior Windows & Seats Automatic Trans. $9800.00 $9800.00 $28,000.00 662-665-1019 662-665-1019 662-643-7955

1966 FURY 662-415-5071

1946 Willys Jeep Completely Restored REDUCED $4000. 287-6993

FALCON

For Sale or Trade 1978 Mercedes 6.9 Motor 135,000 miles. Only made 450 that year. $2,500. OBO Selling due to health reasons. Harry Dixon 286-6359

662-415-5071

2004 Acura TL

6 cylinder, 230,000 miles, well maintained, Black w tan leather, all power, XM radio, second owner, purchased in Memphis.

D L O S $4250 OBO 662-287-4848

2000 Lexus ES 300

D L SO

6 cylinder,160,000 miles, local car, Leather, loaded, 26 mpg, Black with tan int, very nice ride. $4,250 OBO

662-287-4848

2010 Chevy Equinox LS

1993 Chevy 1 Ton Auto, 2WD 454 Motor $3,500.00 662-750-0199

130K Miles, Fully Loaded GREAT Condition!

$10,500 662-415-8343 or 415-7205

2004 GMC Explorer conversion van, 246,000 miles,one owner lady driven. Loaded, leather, heated seats, new transmission, ready to tailgate. $00 obo. 662-287-4848

79k miles Red w/ Black Top 40th Anniv. Ed. Great shape. $9,500 obo 662-212-4096

1989 Mercedes Benz 300 CE 145K miles, Rear bucket seats, Champagne color, Excellent Condition. Diligently maintained. $4000.00 $5000.00 662-415-2657

2008 LINCOLN TOWN CAR SIGNATURE LIMITED LOADED, EXC. COND. 85,600 MILES $8,200.00 CELL 870-818-5431 HOME 731-239-3587

2002 MERCURY SABLE 3.0 V6, AUTOMATIC NEW AIR LOW MILES CD PLAYER

$3000.00 662-286-2470 OR 662-603-7072

57,000 Miles, back up camera, towing package, Bluetooth and in Excellent Condition. Asking $19,500. Call 662- 594-5271

2014 Toyota Corolla S 1.8 LOW MILES!!

$15,999 (Corinth Ms)

Silver 2014 Toyota corolla S 1.8: Back-up camera; Xenon Headlights; Automatic CVT gearbox; Paddle Shift; 25k miles LOW MILES !!! Up to 37mpg; One owner! Perfect condition!

(205-790-3939)

HO, 5 Speed, Convertible, Mileage 7500 !! Second owner Last year of carburetor, All original. $16,500

Inside & Out All Original

6,900 8,9000000 662-415-0453 662-664-0357 $$

2004 CHEVY IMPALA RUNS GOOD LOOKS GOOD TAN COLOR 109 K MILES REDUCED $2,200.00 662-287-7772

2011 Mercury Marquis White/Sandalwood 48,000 Miles Asking $14,900. OBO Call 662-286-3112

1976 F115 428 Motor Very Fast

$3,500.

99 GMC VAN WHEEL CHAIR LIFT VERY GOOD COND. 144,800 MILES 4.3 AUTO. FRONT/REAR AIR $3000.00 662-665-8838

95’ CHEVY ASTRO

Cargo Van Good, Sound Van

$2700 872-3070

1998 Cadillac DeVille Tan Leather Interior Sunroof, green color 99,000 miles - needs motor $1,100.00 (662) 603-2635 212-2431

662-287-4848

662-808-9313 662-415-5071

2006 CHEVROLET TRUCK WHITE RUNS GREAT! 2 DOOR, V8 $4500.00 225,000 JERRY MILES BRAWNER $2,500.00 662-808-0293 287-1011

2014 Nissan Pathfinder SV

1985 Mustang GT,

2013 Z71 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 49,000 miles Asking $26,000.00 662-415-4396

2007 DODGE CARAVAN

1970 MERCURY COUGAR FOR SALE Excel. Cond.

2003 FORD F150 Harley Davidson Series 3800 3,800 On On New New Motor, Tran. Motor, Tran. and Tires and Tires $7800 662-315-2426

2000 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN 150,000 MILES Very Good Shape A/C Works Good Drives Great $2750.00 662-808-0377

SALE PRICE: $3,495 2002 HONDA CIVIC (2ND OWNER)

Mileage: 153,790 • Power • 1.7L I4 Windows • Great MPG • Automatic • Gasoline • A/C • Cruise • FWD Control • Airbag (works) • 26 city/ 34 • 2 sets of keys hwy MPG Call (817) 235-9183 or (662) 415-3099

1993 Chevy Explorer Limited Extra Clean Exc. Condition $4000.00 OBO 284-6662

06 Chevy Trailblazer 1987 Power FORD 250 DIESEL everything! UTILITY SERVICE TRUCK Good heat $4000. and Air IN GOOD CONDITION $3,250 OBO 731-645-8339 OR 662-319-7145 731-453-5239

832 Motorcycles/ATV’S

2002 Chevy Silverado Z71 2 Person Owner Heat & Air, 4 Wheel Drive, Works Great New Tires, 5.1 Engine Club Cab and Aluminum Tool Box AM/FM Radio, Cassette & CD Player Pewter in Color Great Truck for $7000.00 662-287-8547 662-664-3179

D L 2002ODodge S3500 5.9 Diesel. 6 speed. 391,000 miles.

$5,000 5,800 $

(901) 409-0427

2005 Harley Davidson Trike 24,000 miles, Ultra Classic Nice, $23,500. REDUCED 662-415-7407 662-808-4557

1964 F100 SHORT BED

2015 MASSIMO ATV 4-WHEEL DRIVE 4 PASS. TN TITLE MOP ALLIGATOR 700-4 LIKE NEW 731-689-3211

2000 Sportster 1200 Loaded with chrome

$4000.00

HONDA GOLD WING MOTORCYCLE 1500 SERIES EXC. COND. 415-4387

750-8526

2003 Kimco Scooter 150CC. Very Good Condition. $1200. 662-664-6460

2008 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Classic Black 21,000 miles Excellent Condition $10,000 Cell # 616-755-3847

2001 Road King 2006 YAMAHA 1700 GREAT CONDITION! APPROX. 26,000 MILES

$5500

662-665-1820 662-665-1820

$4350 (NO TRADES) 662-665-0930 662-284-8251

1999 Harley Classic Touring, loaded, color: blue, lots of extras. 70,645 Hwy. miles, $7,900.00 OBO Just serviced, good or new tires, brakes, ready for the road. Call @ 662-664-0210

YAMAHA V STAR 650 22,883 MILES $2,650.00 $2,450.00 665-1288

2nd Owner, Great Condition Has a Mossy Oak Cover over the body put on when it was bought new. Everything Works. Used for hunting & around the house, Never for mud riding. $1500 Firm. If I don’t answer, text me and I will contact you. 662-415-7154

2003 100 yr. Anniversary 883 Harley Sportster, color: blue, 14,500 miles, $4,900. OBO. Just serviced, good or new tires, brakes, ready for the road. Call @ 662-664-0210

2007 Yamaha V-Star 1100 Classic New Rear Tire, New Battery Approximately 13000 miles Charcoal in color, Great Bike, Road Ready. $4700. Call Kevin 662-772-0719

2002 Harley Fat Boy, color: purple, 27,965 miles, $7,900 OBO Just serviced, good or new tires, brakes, ready for the road. Call @ 662-664-0210

1990 Harley Davidson Custom Soft-Tail $9000

2013 Arctic Cat

1949 Harley Davidson Panhead $9000 OBO

308 miles 4 Seater w/seat belts Phone charger outlet Driven approx. 10 times Excellent Condition Wench (front bumper)

662-808-2994

(662)279-0801

2000 POLARIS MAGNUM 325 4X4 4 WHEELER

07 HONDA RANCHER ES 2WD TWO SETS TIRES WHEELS & RACK $2000.00 662-603-8749

completely refurbished & recovered seat, new brakes, NOS starter, new $125 battery. 6cyl, 3spdWalnut $1850.00,

2009 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, 1 owner, 12,000 miles, very clean. $14,500.00. 256-810-7117.

2008 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Touring Edition New Tires, New Battery and New Hard Bags, less than 18000 miles. $5900.00 Great Bike, Road Ready call Kevin at 662-772-0719

1986 HONDA BIG RED THREE WHEELER $

70000

662-212-4840


8B • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • Daily Corinthian

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS July

(1) Approval of Minutes of June 20, 2016. (2) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims thru July 5, 2016 (June 20, 2016 – July 5, 2016). (3) Bid Opening – Tar Distributor. (4) Tammy Genovese – Crossroads Arena – Request Funding from Bricks and Mortar Fund. (5) Land Roll and Personal Roll – Tax Assessor Kenneth Brawner Request Extension to File Tax Rolls. (6) Travel Authorization – Greg Younger Chancery Clerk – Mississippi Chancery Clerk’s Annual Convention – July 12-14, 2016 – Natchez, MS. (7) Discuss Purchase of New Computers for County Offices. (8) Waste Connections, Inc. – 6 Cent Increase in Waste Collection Per Household. (9) Assessment Changes. (10) Travel Authorization – Jay Hatcher, Ananda Miller and Misty Crotts – EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatch) Class – July 25-27, 2016 in Southaven, MS. (11) Tax Collector’s Budget. (12) Tax Collector – Pay Raises for Employees of Tax Collector’s Office – Melissa Gaines, Caroline Lancaster, Tammy Mask. (13) Tax Collector – Pay Raises for Employees of Tax Collector’s Office – Jennifer Edwards, Leigh Stephens, Heather Crabb. (14) Sheriff’s Budget – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Correctional Facility, Juvenile Detention Center, Sheriff’s Office/Jail. (15) Work Session for FY 2017 Budget. (16) Budget Request – Corinth-Alcorn County Joint Airport Board. (17) Budget Request – Chancery Judges. (18) Budget Request – American Red Cross. (19) Notification from Mississippi State Department of Health – Sanitation Inspection – New Fee $500.00 Per Year – Jail Inspections. (20) Solid Waste Assistance Grant Agreement SWC428 – Household Hazardous Waste Collection 2016 – Executed Copy. (21) The Alliance – Audited Financial Statement for the Year Ended September 30, 2015. (22) Homestead Disallowances – 2015. (23) DIP Grant #339/CAP #14-002-CP-01 Request for Cash #7 and ARC #17857/ACE #113-Request for Cash #3 – Avecuts Healthcare Solutions. (24) Authorization to Pay Invoice – Avectus Healthcare Solutions – Robert’s Builders, Inc. – Contractor’s Partial Payment Request #6 - $372,132.25; Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. – Invoice No. 5090380008 - $11,812.80. (25) Authorization for Payment – Recreational Complex for Crossroads Regional Park – Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. – Invoice #5087470012 - $14,867.23. (26) Authorization for Payment – Recreational Complex for Crossroads Regional Park – Contractor’s Partial Payment No. 11 – Michael Pittman Construction - $241,357.32. (27) Shelly Hopkins – Juvenile Detention Center. (28) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request to hire Amber Holley – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility. (29) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request to hire James Dawson – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility. (30) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request to hire Lisa Griffin – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility. (31) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request to hire Charles Robinson – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility. (32) Mississippi State Department of Health – Alcorn County Regional Jail – Sanitation Inspection Report – Corrective Action Plan. (33) Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. – Status Update on Various Projects. (34) MASIT – Options to Lower Deductible. (35) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – ACRCF Website. (36) Steve Glidewell – Light at Legacy Drive. (37) Request for Executive Session. (38) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Resignation of Crystal Hayhurst. (39) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Resignation of Clifton Clark. (40) Approval of Minutes of July 5, 2016. (41) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims thru July 18, 2016 (July 5, 2016 – July 18, 2016). (42) Presentation from Kim McCreless, E-911 Director and Representative from NEMPDD – Technology at 911 Office. (43) Chancery Clerk Greg Younger – Update of 911 Office CAD Computers. (44) Corinth-Alcorn County Airport – Multi-Model Airport Grant Project No. MM-0021-0717 – Enclose Hanger and Install Ground Power Unit – Donna Briggs. (45) Presentation from Jennifer Westmoreland – Purchase, Possession and use of Certain Caffeinated Products by Minors. (46) Ricky Gibens – Radios. (47) Tax Assessor – Apex Software. (48) Travel Authorization – Greg Younger Chancery Clerk, Carolyn James Receiving Clerk and Willie Justice Inventory Control Clerk – 2016 Certification Training – July 27, 2016 – Oxford, MS. (49) Notification from Department of Revenue – Homestead Disallowance Reversed. (50) Tax Settlement – June, 2016. (51) Delinquent Tax Settlement – June, 2016. (52) Trustmark National Bank – Lease-Purchase Agreement – Paid in Full – 2001 Volvo Dump Truck with 14ft. Ox Dumb Bed – District 2. (53) Trustmark National Bank – Lease-Purchase Agreement – Paid in Full – 2012 Ford F150 Pickup – District 1. (54) Board Order – Requiring Holding of Special Election to Fill Vacancy in Office of Third District School Board Member. (55) Authorization to Pay Invoices – Clayton O’Donnell, PLLC – Invoice #3460 - $60.00 – Robert Buie Matter, Invoice #3470 - $75.00 – Willie Earl Key Matter, Invoice #3466 - $1113.96 – General Matters. (56) Notification from Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality – Columbia Gulf Transmission, Corinth Compressor Station Draft Permit Public Notice Air Ref. No. 0060-00028 Alcorn County. (57) Ratify HOME Investment Partnership Program Documents. (58) Minutes of the Initial Public Hearing 2016 HOME Program Application Alcorn County – Public Hearing was held on July 12, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. at the Board of Supervisors Office located on 305 South Fulton Drive, Corinth, MS. (59) Budget Request – Northeast Mississippi Planning & Development District. (60) Budget Request – Alcorn County Health Department. (61) Assessment Changes. (62) Mississippi Development Authority – Community Services Division – Funding Certification Form. (63) Budget Request – Jacinto Foundation. (64) Budget Request – Northeast Regional Library. (65) Discussion of 2016 Legislative Bond Bill – Alcorn County Rail Hub – $400,000.00. (66) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Resignation of James Dawson. (67) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request to hire Sandy Lambert – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility. (68) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request to hire Tyler Lyndsey – Alcorn County Regional Correctional Facility. (69) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request Raise for Tina Blackwell– Case Manager. (70) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request for Change in Position for Cameron Dawson from Sergeant to Correctional Officer. (71) Sheriff Ben Caldwell – Request for Change in Position for Thomas Davis from Correction Officer to Sergeant. (72) Amendment to Inmate Telephone Contract – GTL. (73) Order Approving Housing of State Prisoners in Work Center and Alcorn County Detention Center. (74) Billings – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (75) Amendment to FMBank ODFI/Originator Agreement. Discussion on the Revisions to FMBank ODFI/Originator Agreement. (76) Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. – Program, Agreement and Project Order for Inspection of Designated Bridges in Alcorn County for FY 2017. (77) Receipt of Copy of Change Order Request No. 2 – Avectus Healthcare Solutions Project. (78) Utility Agreements – AT&T Communications, Frontier Communications of Mississippi, Inc. and Kossuth Water Association – Project No. SAP-02(14)M, County Roads “D” – “G”. (79) “Road Closed” Signs on CR 300. (80) Crossroad Regional Recreational Complex – Plaque. (81) Request for Executive Session. (82) Budget Work Session – July 21, 2016. (83) Work Session for FY 2016-2017 Budget.

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2413 2413 2413 2413 2413 2413 2413 2425 2438 2443 2443 2443 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2464 2481 2481 2482 2490 2490 2491 2519 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT PREMISE, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND ALCORN CO SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION PEREGRINE CORPORATION PEREGRINE CORPORATION THE WATER MAN RAYCO, INC. RAYCO, INC. DE LAGE LANDEN U. S. POSTAL SERVICE PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2527 2527

RENASANT INSURANCE INC. RENASANT INSURANCE INC.

2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2520 2520 2520 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL CLAYTON CLAYTON CLAYTON PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL

2413 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

OFFICEPRO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING

CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING

FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND O’DONNELL, PLLC O’DONNELL, PLLC O’DONNELL, PLLC CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND CLEARING FUND

CONTINUED ON 9B

FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

Amount

1231.00 699.00 12.00 159.39 137909.74 140011.13 1.99 23.19 37.75 8416.70 1325.65 512.42 119.85 1323.10 11.45 16.75 2500.00 2500.00 1975.00 18.68 8416.70 3366.67 1855.90 702.58 164.32 1323.10 529.23 16.03 16.75 35173.81 135.00 135.00 4341.92 1045.62 848.54 330.52 77.30 838.06 7.25 25.57 248.08 350.00 1500.00 21.99 287.68 19.50 33.14 91.89 116.49 75.80 76.32 786.44 4124.64 950.56 120.00 441.66 416.67 953.43 371.50 86.88 1007.16 8.71 24.10 19897.42 146.00 17.11 2360.00 57.58 2078.00 256.41 113.04 26.44 264.62 2.29 9.12 62.00 170.00 10.66 28.61 1149.84 2086.00 766.67 353.85 161.10 37.69 44.44 259.75 2.63 9.17 10473.02 1973.34 310.80 116.53 27.25 169.36 1.47 1973.34 310.80 116.53 27.25 169.36 1.47 5197.50 179.40 19.96 9.89 133.60 13.80 2.49 2.85 230.00 384.60 255.00 130.00 100.00 7012.70 1104.50 420.81 98.41 1587.72 13.74 33.94 250.00 220.87 582.03 19.00 26.70 897.00 256.23 829.78 5875.00 6726.00 1984.66 760.46 177.85 2116.95 18.32 32.50 32506.76 263.00 175.00 438.00 2958.31 465.94 183.41 42.89 396.93 3.43 14.79 60.00 75.00 1113.96 2879.35 453.50 178.51 41.75 396.93 3.43 14.40 9282.53 37.90 2300.16 344.01 141.54 33.11 396.93 3.44 11.42 2083.33 2217.60 640.85 264.94 61.96 757.05


Daily Corinthian • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • 9B Claims Docket

Fund Name

Department

Claim No. Payee

GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY

PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT Department Total INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT Department Total LAW CLERKS SUPPLEMENTAL SALARY Department Total MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS Department Total DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING DATA PROCESSING Department Total VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE

Amount

CONTINUED FROM 8B GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

2535 2535

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL

2440

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS

2358 2358 2360 2360 2361 2361 2361 2364 2369 2369 2371 2371 2371 2371 2385 2398 2398 2401 2401 2403 2403 2406 2409 2409 2409 2409 2409 2410 2410 2410 2411 2414 2415 2416 2416 2416 2416 2416 2416 2416 2416 2452 2453 2453 2453 2454 2454 2454 2454 2454 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2471 2471 2477 2479 2479 2484 2486 2498 2504 2506 2506 2506 2507 2507 2508 2508 2508 2508 2510 2512 2512 2512 2512 2512 2512 2512 2512 2512 2512 2514 2514 2514 2514 2514 2514 2514 2516 2516 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 2518 2518 2518 2518 2518 2518 2518 2518 2524 2524 2530 2530 2530 2530 2530 2531 2531 2531 2531 2531 2531 2531 2531 2531 2531 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES GARDNERS SUPERMARKET GARDNERS SUPERMARKET ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) ALARM PRO, INC ALARM PRO, INC HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING FUELMAN FLEET CARD GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING HARBIN’S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS RON TIDWELL ROOFING NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH STATE SYSTEMS, INC STATE SYSTEMS, INC STATE SYSTEMS, INC MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT AT&T AT&T AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE A T & T LONG DISTANCE A T & T LONG DISTANCE A T & T LONG DISTANCE A T & T LONG DISTANCE PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT RICKY’S REPAIR GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. ORKIN PEST CONTROL TULL BROTHERS GLASS CO., INC. NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS NESCO ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. ALCORN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2425 2435 2435 2438 2438 2439 2439 2444 2444 2444 2445 2445 2445 2463 2463

NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS PREMISE, INC. PREMISE, INC. I B M CORPORATION I B M CORPORATION DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. COMCAST CABLE COMCAST CABLE

2373 2421 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456

LEAF VETERANS SERVICE PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING

CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING

FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

CENTER FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

6.56 11.00 9311.80 1099.50 173.17 67.43 15.77 220.42 1.91 999.60 157.44 61.23 14.32 220.43 1.91 3033.13 100.00 100.00 170.05 93.91 75.24 47.38 1280.57 2319.14 231.32 16.51 44.00 65.00 151.35 271.45 69.00 120.00 46.39 35.00 35.00 129.00 69.00 48.58 26.46 650.00 12.25 13.49 22.76 4.99 3.69 40.00 80.00 52.50 10.00 258.50 21.96 219.50 7.98 24.00 6.99 19.99 16.99 9.54 19.14 7568.07 863.58 50.24 37.68 156.85 9.10 35.47 27.83 .80 2288.00 360.36 141.85 33.17 529.24 4.58 11.44 64.92 44.34 79.88 130.34 82.00 100.00 35.00 71.52 135.00 5.34 13.23 4.38 173.30 2.83 8.64 5.50 26.99 2.85 31.95 48.04 53.97 38.90 32.02 19.40 96.42 33.58 57.20 61.66 24.00 70.60 11.80 88.60 50.30 220.50 28.70 6.90 11.85 11.85 12.99 16.74 1.94 12.34 3.00 17.95 49.17 11.99 17.49 13.99 20.68 7.98 241.45 19.14 113.41 646.06 262.42 1218.94 378.95 1131.60 705.28 15.00 99.85 196.82 118.39 70.61 53.50 48.85 55.80 51.67 156.90 2080.00 327.60 128.96 30.16 529.24 4.58 10.40 29823.02 414.00 409.56 16.08 1115.40 423.00 2071.13 19.37 330.00 340.00 310.00 1380.00 100.00 25.00 198.55 182.14 7334.23 224.40 125.00 1666.00 968.00 414.86 159.69 37.35 529.24 4.58 12.87

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY COUNTY

GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

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GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL

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GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY GENERAL COUNTY

VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE Department Total CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT CHANCERY COURT Department Total CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT COURT Department Total JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT JUVENILE COURT Department Total LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT LUNACY COURT Department Total JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT JUSTICE COURT Department Total CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER CORONER AND RANGER Department Total DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DISTRICT ATTORNEY Department Total COUNTY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY Department Total PUBLIC DEFENDER PUBLIC DEFENDER PUBLIC DEFENDER

2490 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

RAYCO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING

2460 2460 2522 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS MELODY J POWELL PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2374 2374 2379 2381 2381 2381 2382 2383 2448 2448 2449 2451 2451 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2466 2467 2487 2490 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

CLAY S. NAILS CLAY S. NAILS NEOPOST USA, INC GREG MEYER, ATTORNEY AT LAW GREG MEYER, ATTORNEY AT LAW GREG MEYER, ATTORNEY AT LAW MELANIE OWEN CORINTH COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. SHEILA KELLY SHEILA KELLY KIMBERLY D BOUNDS ALCORN CO CIRCUIT CLERK ALCORN CO CIRCUIT CLERK PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND DENISE BRAWNER KAY MARTIN LARSON NEOPOST USA, INC RAYCO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

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RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT GREG MEYER, ATTORNEY AT LAW GREG MEYER, ATTORNEY AT LAW GREG MEYER, ATTORNEY AT LAW KROGER - STORE 454 TRENT L SPENCER PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT THE WATER MAN KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC OFFICEPRO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

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TRENT KELLY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

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JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER Department Total AMBULANCE SERVICE Department Total CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 CONSTABLE - POST 1 Department Total CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 CONSTABLES - POST 2 Department Total EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Department Total AIRPORT Department Total PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION Department Total RED CROSS Department Total RABIES AND ANIMAL CONTROL Department Total CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL Department Total TIMBER HILLS Department Total WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION WELFARE ADMINISTRATION Department Total HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY Department Total NE MS COMMUNITY SERVICES Department Total NORTHEAST MS REGIONAL LIBRARY Department Total CROSSROADS ARENA Department Total JACINTO Department Total NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM Department Total SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL CONSERVATION Department Total COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION COUNTY EXTENSION Department Total NORTHEAST MS PLANNING & DEV Department Total INCUBATOR BUILDING Department Total

2505 2505 2505 2505 2505 2505 2531 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2427

MAGNOLIA REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER

2390 2390 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2538 2539 2539

OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND JOHN C BUTLER, JR MISSISSIPPI CONSTABLES ASSOCIATION MISSISSIPPI CONSTABLES ASSOCIATION

2501 2501 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2537

MID-SOUTH UNIFORM & SUPPLY, INC. MID-SOUTH UNIFORM & SUPPLY, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND WAYNE DUNCAN

2359 2384 2402 2463 2472 2472 2472 2511 2531 2533 2534 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY FUELMAN FLEET CARD CITIZENS PAGE COMCAST CABLE FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD JMR ENGINEERING CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT RANGER JOE’S INTERNATIONAL AT&T MOBILITY PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2430

CORINTH-ALCORN AIRPORT BOARD

2431

ALCORN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

2417

AMERICAN RED CROSS

2433

CORINTH ALCORN ANIMAL SHELTER

2437

CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL

2428

TIMBER HILLS MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

2370 2372 2399 2418 2453 2454 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2480 2490 2524 2524 2531 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI WELLS FARGO GARDNERS SUPERMARKET ALCORN CO DEPT HUMAN SERVICES AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND BRENDA ANDREWS RAYCO, INC. ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2423

ALCORN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY

2422

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY SERVICES

2424

NORTHEAST REGIONAL LIBRARY

2529

CROSSROADS ARENA

2426

JACINTO FOUNDATION

2434

CROSSROADS MUSEUM

2429 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2456 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2357 2357 2357 2365 2368 2378 2450 2450 2455 2455 2478 2483 2488 2532 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

KROGER - STORE 454 KROGER - STORE 454 KROGER - STORE 454 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC DEX IMAGING PITNEY BOWES MS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE MS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE C SPIRE WIRELESS C SPIRE WIRELESS THE DAILY CORINTHIAN KROGER - STORE 454 GREAT AMERICA LEASING CORP AT&T PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2425

NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

2432

NORTHEAST MS BUSINESS INCUBATOR SYSTEM

ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT Department Total

12 12

MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

CAP LOAN - AVECTUS CAP LOAN - AVECTUS Department Total

20 20

MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL

AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND

MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING MAPPING

103 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 105 105 105 105 105 105 105

MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

CONTINUED ON 11B

Amount

39.73 92.85 36.95 11.90 15.96 90.59 254.20 921.67 1624.60 7263.84 1545.10 585.34 136.89 2095.10 52.92 18.59 47.20 32651.11 416.67 416.67 6.99 65.00 150.00 23.63 9.30 2.18 4.58 3585.00 800.00 4646.68 92.50 17.00 110.00 17.33 6.82 1.60 529.23 4.58 .55 3130.00 3909.61 36.98 43.98 28.00 81.79 225.73 47.65 87.92 295.00 63.00 150.53 150.53 3416.67 538.13 185.06 43.28 529.23 4.58 14.92 5942.98 9166.67 9166.67 11424.17 11424.17 500.00 500.00 2083.34 2083.34 1000.00 1000.00 4174.00 4174.00 324.51 132.00 31.28 450.00 175.84 109.12 702.45 110.64 43.55 10.18 3.51 800.00 13.64 1281.30 21.29 149.05 678.00 106.79 42.03 9.83 3.39 5198.40 10616.67 10616.67 671.25 671.25 11355.75 11355.75 42500.00 42500.00 2048.17 2048.17 983.33 983.33 463.09 1144.00 180.18 69.79 16.32 264.62 2.29 5.63 1040.00 163.80 63.82 14.93 153.23 1.33 5.15 3588.18 66.71 73.56 147.02 100.00 245.61 97.58 1979.09 61.98 61.98 145.60 69.53 124.00 350.00 1386.00 2538.01 238.87 55.87 19.27 7760.68 1541.16 1541.16 1225.00 1225.00 699189.43 1829.58 804.76 2634.34 2634.34 6225.05 1042.27 7267.32 7267.32 38.85 7.52 18.80 27.16 24.42 15.96 13.78 6.99 18.89 22.94 9.98 54.95 9.98 9.89 1110.00 5222.80 997.42 383.49 89.68 1153.74 9.98


Daily Corinthian • Wednesday, October 19, 2016 • 11B Claims Docket

Fund Name

Department

Claim No. Payee

REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL REAPPRAISAL

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

105 106 107 107 108 109 110 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND WELLS FARGO RAYCO, INC. RAYCO, INC. MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION THE WATER MAN MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 E-911 Department Total

104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 105 105 105 105 105 106 107 108 108 108 108 108 109 110 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND DRURY INN & SUITES MEMPHIS DRURY INN & SUITES MEMPHIS DRURY INN & SUITES MEMPHIS DRURY INN & SUITES MEMPHIS DRURY INN & SUITES MEMPHIS FUELMAN FLEET CARD RHODES, LAUCK & ASSOCIATES OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. C SPIRE WIRELESS AT&T PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

Amount

CONTINUED FROM 10B FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

Fund Total EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911 EMERGENCY 911

FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

Fund Total PARK AND RECREATION Fund Total LAW LIBRARY Fund Total GARBAGE AND GARBAGE AND GARBAGE AND GARBAGE AND

SOLID SOLID SOLID SOLID

WASTE WASTE WASTE WASTE

Fund Total THE ALLIANCE

SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH SOUTH

CORINTH/ALCORN COUNTY PARK Department Total

8

CORINTH-ALCORN COUNTY RECREATION COMM.

LAW LIBRARY Department Total

2

ALCORN COUNTY LAW LIBRARY

TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION TRANSFER STATION Department Total

35 35 36 37

THE ALLIANCE Department Total

8

WASTE CONNECTION WASTE CONNECTION ASCO & WASTE SERVICES OF MS LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC THE ALLIANCE

Fund Total 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT

ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD

MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS Total

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BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

198 199 199 199 199 200 200 201 202 203 204 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 206 207 207 207 207 208 209 209 209 209 210 211 211 212 212 212 212 212 212 212

FUELMAN FLEET CARD G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND FAITH FAMILY CLINIC FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. LOWELL HINTON LOWELL HINTON PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

Fund Total 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT

DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 Department

ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD

MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE

DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT DISTRICT

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS

& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

264 265 266 266 266 266 267 268 269 269 270 270 270 271 271 271 271 271 272 273 274 274 275 275 276 276 276 283 284 284 284 284 284 284 284 285 286 287 288 289 289 289 290 290 290 291 292 292 292 292 293 293 293 293 293 294 294 294 294 294 294 295 296 296 296 296 296 296 297 298 298 299 300 300

TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY CITIZENS PAGE CITIZENS PAGE CITIZENS PAGE CITIZENS PAGE LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. FASTENAL COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR JEFF MOSS ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC BRIGGS, INC. BRIGGS, INC. BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY C SPIRE WIRELESS PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC FASTENAL COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY FASTENAL COMPANY NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR PARSONS EARTHWORKS, INC ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

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PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL

CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING

277 277

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279 279

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ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS

278 278

TRUSTMARK TRUSTMARK

ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS

280 280

COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK

281 281

COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK

282 282

COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK

210 211 212 213 214 215 215 216 217 217 217 217 218 219 219 219 219 219 219 219 222 223 224 224 224 224 224 224 224 225 225 225 226 227 227 228 229 229 229 229 229 230 231 232 232 232 232 232 232 232

CROSSROADS AUTOMOTIVE SMITH CABINET SHOP INC TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY Z & N DIESEL SERVICE A B QUICK STOP NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC COLD MIX, INC. NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND BENJAMIN’S GROCERY BENJAMIN’S GROCERY BENJAMIN’S GROCERY NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TAG TRUCK CENTER OF TUPELO CHEMPRO SERVICES, INC PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

220 220

COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK

221 221

COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK

242 243 244 244 245 246 247 248 249 249 249 249 249 249 250 251 252 252 253 253 253 253 253 253 254 254 254 255 259 260 261 262 263 263 263 263 263 263 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 269 269 270 271 272 272 272 273 274 275 276 277 277 277 277 277 277 277

R & J TRUCK REPAIR BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE GARDNERS SUPERMARKET GARDNERS SUPERMARKET AT&T MOBILITY LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC COLD MIX, INC. TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY MOORE EQUIPMENT COMPANY MOORE EQUIPMENT COMPANY D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR D & L AUTO REPAIR HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. TUPELO DIESEL SERVICE INC. DR. WILLIAM JACKSON AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE STEVE GLIDEWELL PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND GARDNERS SUPERMARKET BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. ALL-STARS AUTO GLASS SERVICE, INC. COLD MIX, INC. KOSSUTH SERVICE STATION KOSSUTH SERVICE STATION KOSSUTH SERVICE STATION PAUL PARVIN TRI-STATE TRUCK CENTER, INC WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

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258 258

COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK

247 247 248 249 249 250 250 250 251 251 251 251 252 252 253 253 254 255 256 256 256 257

BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC C SPIRE WIRELESS FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD AUTO ZONE, INC. AUTO ZONE, INC. AUTO ZONE, INC. LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION

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REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR REPAIR

FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND

DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 Department

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS Total

& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

258 258 258 258 258 258 258 259 260 261 261 261 262 262 262 262 262 263 263 263 263 263 264 265 265 265 265 265 266 267 267 267 267 267 268 269 270 270 270 270 270 270 270

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. GARDNERS SUPERMARKET BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD ZILLS TIRE SERVICE ZILLS TIRE SERVICE ZILLS TIRE SERVICE ZILLS TIRE SERVICE ZILLS TIRE SERVICE NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH THE TRACTOR SHED THE TRACTOR SHED THE TRACTOR SHED THE TRACTOR SHED THE TRACTOR SHED OFFICEPRO, INC. WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 DISTRICT 1 Department

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS Total

& & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

19 19 19 19 19

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total

9 9

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

DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES Department Total

5 5

SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.

SOUTHERN SOUTHERN SOUTHERN SOUTHERN SOUTHERN

PIPE PIPE PIPE PIPE PIPE

& & & & &

SUPPLY SUPPLY SUPPLY SUPPLY SUPPLY

COMPANY, COMPANY, COMPANY, COMPANY, COMPANY,

DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 Department

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS Total

& & & & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

10 10 10 10 11 12 12

DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT 2 Department

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS Total

& & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

8 8 8 8 9

PARSONS PARSONS PARSONS PARSONS HOOVER,

DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 DISTRICT 4 Department

ROADS & BRIDGES ROADS & BRIDGES ROADS & BRIDGES Total

8 8 8

HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC.

DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 5 Department

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS Total

3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5

HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. HOOVER, INC. ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC

CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY CUSTODY

PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS

OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF

& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

484 485 486 487 487 488 488 488 488 488 488 489 489 489 489 489 490 490 490 490 490 490 491 491 492 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 493 494 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 495 496 497 498 499 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500

SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, TRI-STATES LUMBER CO. INC. TRI-STATES LUMBER CO. INC. EARTHWORKS, EARTHWORKS, EARTHWORKS, EARTHWORKS, INC.

INC. INC. INC. INC. INC.

INC. INC. INC. INC. INC.

INC INC INC INC

AT&T MOBILITY FUELMAN FLEET CARD JERRY DYKES COMCAST CABLE COMCAST CABLE CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE SMITH HOME CENTER SMITH HOME CENTER SMITH HOME CENTER SMITH HOME CENTER SMITH HOME CENTER MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. KEN JETER STORE EQUIPMENT INC KEN JETER STORE EQUIPMENT INC NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING CHARM-TEX, INC WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT MATT TIPTON, DO AT&T A T & T LONG DISTANCE PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND

4160.80 655.33 255.66 59.79 793.86 6.87 16.22 60.00 90.82 106.92 89.79 161.61 73.45 441.31 460.71 101.00 150.91 125.00 20.00 100.00 82.50 50.00 240.00 4.96 85.56 38.99 222.26 83.79 30.88 475.00 85.00 315.00 75.00 360.00 52.91 9.56 4358.00 590.94 267.89 62.66 793.86 6.87 14.58 17411.83 17411.83 200.40 176.40 12.62 235.20 240.60 865.22 865.22 249.60 249.60 499.20 499.20 207.40 207.40 414.80 414.80 176.40 311.10 100.20 100.20 1576.20 783.00 350.00 3397.10 3397.10 1013.76 12165.12 8110.08 10137.60 161.90 31588.46 31588.46 160.69 350.68 308.55 819.92 819.92 295.82 875.78 577.31 264.82 873.57 539.44 270.78 592.63 711.45 290.04 1743.86 970.31 294.59 9926.70 9739.84 9996.56 37963.50 37963.50 269.47 435.35 35.00 698.83 332.62 104.22 2796.80 6421.70 198.45 3163.05 6311.25 17.34 87.80 26.34 10.99 117.12 132.50 267.75 146.25 31.00 162.50 112.50 2354.40 95.00 30.54 40.44 204.43 59.60 127.20 19.94 52.16 63.35 93.47 56.48 28.13 49.90 60.00 95.72 57.69 52.82 40.40 98.80 23.80 483.00 3.60 35.99 1.49 6.99 13.98 25.02 16.74 12.45 1.79 1.00 4.53 3.79 4.99 5.99 159.84 3.99 3.99 4.79 17.78 10.58 1.79 5.99 1949.21 2250.50 168.16 76.91 2052.26 1333.34 44653.57 2740.84 1666.67 2297.92 8241.45 3326.64 778.02 11907.90 793.86 114.50

Fund Name

JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE

Department

CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER

Fund Total JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT

CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF CUSTODY OF Department CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING CLEARING

Fund Total PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE - MAINTENANCE Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT

Claims Docket

Claim No. Payee

PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS PRISONERS Total

500 501 502 503 503 504 504 504 505 506 506 506 507 507 507 507 508 509 509 510 510 511 511 512 512 512 513 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 514 515 515 515 516 516 517 518 518 518 518 518 518 518 518 518 519 519 519 520 520 520 520 520 520 520 520 521 521 522 523 523 523 524 524 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525

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

31 32 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

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

160 161 161 162 163 164 165 166 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 173 173 173 174 174 175 175 176 177

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI LINDLEY PEST CONTROL, INC RAYCO, INC. RAYCO, INC. FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD FUELMAN FLEET CARD ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE CBM FOOD SERVICE SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. TULL BROTHERS GLASS CO., INC. NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN SUPPLY NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN SUPPLY GADGET INC - MS.COM GADGET INC - MS.COM KEN JETER STORE EQUIPMENT INC KEN JETER STORE EQUIPMENT INC COOKS CORRECTIONAL COOKS CORRECTIONAL COOKS CORRECTIONAL JOHNSON CONTROLS MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING MONTS PAPER & PACKAGING CHARM-TEX, INC CHARM-TEX, INC CHARM-TEX, INC MOORE MEDICAL LLC MOORE MEDICAL LLC BRIGGS, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. OFFICEPRO, INC. BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY DEBRA DAWSON, PREA AUDITOR DEBRA DAWSON, PREA AUDITOR COMCAST CABLE CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND PAYROLL CLEARING FUND CRIMESTOPPERS DPS FUND #3747 STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER STATE TREASURER SUN LIFE FUNANCIAL SCRUBS & MORE - CORINTH SCRUBS & MORE - CORINTH BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE LEGALSHIELD SOUTHERN STATES POLICE BENEOVOLENT ASSN AGLA GPO-400S AFLAC - GROUP INSURANCE AFLAC - GROUP INSURANCE HUMANA INSURANCE COMPANY AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE INS CO METLIFE - SMALL BUSINESS CENTER UNITED WAY AFLAC - TRADITIONAL LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY UNIFIRST CORPORATION UNIFIRST CORPORATION UNIFIRST CORPORATION UNIFIRST CORPORATION CRDU CRDU TERRE M VARDAMAN TERRE M VARDAMAN BLAYLOCK LAW FIRM, PLLC ALWAYSCARE TOTAL NET PAY TOTAL NET PAY

NE MS COMM COLLEGE - SUPPORT Department Total

8

NORTHEAST MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE--SUPPORT

NE MS COMM C. - ENLARGEMENT Department Total

8

N.E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT

8

NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

8

N. E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL

8

TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WATER MANAGEMENT

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

Amount

265.88 468.58 160.00 217.79 96.43 285.48 260.04 310.03 2377.87 92.44 2912.49 6380.40 25.70 12.50 92.22 65.45 539.00 59.99 49.99 600.00 419.40 240.00 25.00 127.16 153.16 38.47 1154.22 437.84 33.58 59.60 127.20 19.94 41.22 58.88 61.88 93.47 56.45 102.04 20.20 78.94 49.90 22.52 47.86 21.60 38.46 26.08 59.60 95.40 20.20 19.94 41.22 26.08 55.35 77.36 39.12 32.50 35.88 88.66 219.64 22.52 7.20 47.86 36.55 23.97 38.46 113.80 44.90 107.40 216.00 29.42 45.45 33.00 12.73 6.89 5.88 13.77 62.12 8.08 10.00 3.95 16.99 3.50 17.00 12.54 19.46 17.43 10.29 18.29 7.99 53.94 11.80 2800.00 323.12 2574.20 515.53 8064.00 227.30 5504.17 1382.50 4000.00 1950.61 1333.34 43303.31 2826.52 1666.67 2422.92 8607.19 3580.63 837.39 12437.13 873.25 119.77 285.70 237117.68 237117.68 213.00 1337.50 677.50 12755.50 1267.00 1050.00 3502.75 4868.50 975.75 415.00 570.00 236.00 2833.74 10.00 1380.00 690.00 5520.00 38302.24 38302.24 1492.81 12.15 104.14 512.91 26.90 540.50 1218.25 384.84 660.20 519.84 21.25 32.05 42.00 1755.52 2524.98 23.24 23.24 23.24 23.24 88.50 365.00 508.50 226.75 242.17 796.05 127718.02 175371.63 315257.92 315257.92 6357.91 6357.91 6357.91 12422.97 12422.97 12422.97 2007.77 2007.77 2007.77 920.20 920.20 920.20 1798.56 1798.56 1798.56

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