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Pair face felony cocaine charges BY STEVE BEAVERS sbeavers@dailycorinthian.com

The Alcorn Narcotics Unit has arrested a pair of individuals on felony possession of cocaine charges. On Friday, the unit served a

search warrant on 167 County Road 715 following complaints from neighbors about drug traffic. Officers said they found cocaine, synthetic marijuana, scales, packing material, stolen

items and a gun at the residence of Billy Stevens. Stevens, 26, was charged with felony possession of cocaine along with felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The felony charge of cocaine was enhanced

due to a firearm. Stevens, on probation, was placed on hold by the Mississippi Department of Corrections. His bond was set at $20,000 by Justice Court Judge Steve Little.

Christina Gurley, 19, of the same address, was also charged with felony possession of cocaine. Her bond was set at $5,000. As of Friday evening, both remained jailed at the Alcorn Justice Center.

Existing industry drives economic development in 2012 BY BRANT SAPPINGTON bsappington@dailycorinthian.com

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Heavy equipment takes down the Corinth Machinery Building after it suffered two major collapses.

Legal liquor tops news in 2012 BY JEBB JOHNSTON

  1) Liquor’s return

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The dramatic return of legal liquor sales in Corinth tops the news headlines of 2012. The annual news staff vote of the year’s top stories yielded rare unanimous agreement on the top story of the year. Factors such as lasting impact and public response are considered when compiling the list. Opinions varied widely on placement of the remainder of the top 10.

City-only votes on beer in the past had a history of being quite close, but such was not the case for liquor on Dec. 11 when Corinth voters overwhelmingly approved legal sales in the city. The story began early in the year with the Corinth Board of Aldermen asking for legislative approval for a city-only vote. A new state law emerged giving cities such as Corinth the opportunity to pursue a city-only vote

through a petition effort, which moved quickly. Voter turnout was huge with 70 percent voting in favor. The city has begun work on an ordinance, and legal sales will likely begin 30 days after its publication.

  2) Tourism budget dispute An 8-3 vote by a joint session of city aldermen and county supervisors to divert $250,000 of Please see HEADLINES | 2A

said Chandler. A major success story for existing industry growth in 2013 was the start of construction in May on Caterpillar’s new logistics and warehouse operations center on Harper Road. The facility was brought to the area through a joint effort by city, county and state officials and a major investment by area real estate development group Jumper Realty. When complete it is expected to create approximately 35 new jobs over the next three years while further cementing Caterpillar’s commitment to operations in the region. The county has also seen growth at a number of other local employers including new jobs at Timber Products and Ayreshire Electronics, noted Corinth Mayor Tommy Irwin. The commitment to existing industry was also seen earlier this year with the opening of the new Kimberly-Clark access road, connecting Kendrick Road near the Kimberly-Clark plant with U.S. Highway 72, noted Chandler.

Growth of existing industry and a focus on developing new sites and capabilities for potential new employers in the future have dominated economic development efforts in 2012. Alliance President Gary Chandler said the past year has produced both successes and challenges, and he believes the area is ripe for more success in 2013. Supporting existing industry has been a key part of the economic development picture for both city and county leaders in the past year. He said keeping these employers and encouraging and supporting their potential expansion is vital for the area economy. “Generally, about 80 percent of new job creation comes from existing industry. But think about this … 100 percent of job losses are from existing industry. That is why we spend the time we do with existing industry, specifically over the past four years considering the economic climate. Existing industry is important to us,” Please see DEVELOPMENT | 2A

Carpenter to seek gun Professor gathers stories of community's past legislation for schools BY STEVE BEAVERS

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Local state representatives are working on legislation that will enable school and personnel to carry concealed firearms on the job. District 1 Rep. Bubba Carpenter said he began getting calls from concerned constituents in the days following the massacre at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School. They all had a similar question: What are legislators going to do to prevent another school shooting? “I’m going to offer a bill that will allow three to four people at each school — teachers, principals — to get conceal carry permits,” said Carpenter. The lawmaker anticipates some opposition to the proposed legislation, but says he believes it will act as a preventative measure against potential school shooters.

“If you get on an airport in Chicago, there will be two people on that plane with guns, flight marshals, and you don’t know which ones they are,” he said. “I think that if we put it out in the media that some teachers have got firepower, I believe it would deter some of these things in the future.” Carpenter cited the example of Joel Myrick, the former assistant principal at Pearl River High School and principal of Corinth High School, who pulled a .45 caliber pistol on a school shooter and possibly prevented further bloodshed at one of the earliest school shootings. The program will be entirely voluntary for the teachers, Carpenter said. Volunteers will be trained by a certified law enforcement firearms instructor and will undergo psychological screening by Highway Patrol officials.

ACTON, Tenn. — A FreedHardeman University assistant professor wants the town she was raised in to have a voice. So do the elderly citizens of the community. Laquita Thomson has spent most of her life listening to the stories about the once thriving town just across the state line. The Acton native intends to take those stories and compile them into something for the next generation. “The older people in Acton asked me to write a book,” she said. “They wanted a collection of stories and over the last 12 years I have been putting context to those stories.” Thomson, an art professor at FHU, has over 10 boxes of researched material from stories heard about the town, “My best stories have come from my mother,” she said. Acton's Grady and Jeanette Coln have also supplied Thom-

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Laquita Thomson has years of research on the town of Acton that will be compiled into a book. son with stories of the past. Thomson, who has been teaching at Freed-Hardeman since 2006, grew up on Berry Bot-

tom Road in Michie. Her family moved to Acton from the FarmPlease see HISTORY |3A

On this day in history 150 years ago Rosecrans’ 43,000 man strong Army of the Cumberland in Murfreesboro is menaced by Bragg’s 37,000 man strong Army of Tennessee. Both sides spend the day maneuvering their troops. The bloody Battle of Stone’s River will commence at first light.

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Chandler and Irwin emphasized the Caterpillar project and other successful projects are reminders that economic success only comes when everyone works together. “This economic development is a team sport,” said Irwin. The mayor said he believes city and county leaders and The Alliance are working together better than ever to support existing industry and recruit new employment for the area. Chandler said there are numerous opportunities in the coming year for new growth in existing industry and he believes the area will see positive results from ongoing efforts by The Alliance and county and city officials. The past 12 months have also seen continued emphasis on marketing and preparations for the recruitment of new employers to the area.

The city has worked this year to move FCA Corporation, a supplier of packaging materials to the local Caterpillar Reman operations, from the former Wurlitzer plant on Fulton Drive to the previously vacant Gateway Corporation plant in the city. Irwin said the effort resulted in a better fit for FCA and will now allow the city to demolish the city-owned Wurlitzer building and ready that property for new industrial development in the future. The city will bid out the removal of asbestos from the building in January and then move ahead with the demolition of the building and any required environmental cleanup work at the site to clear it and prepare it for future use. “You’ve got to have a place for these companies to go,” said Irwin. Chandler said marketing existing buildings, improving existing sites and searching for new locations

for potential expansion is a cornerstone of the economic development work going on in the county. Two key sites being focused on are the former QuadGraphics/World Color facility on Harper Road and the city-county owned property at the corner of U.S. Highway 45 and Camp Warriner Road. Chandler said the QuadGraphics building is a unique property that offers potential industry more than 600,000 square feet of space that is ready for development. While the size can be an obstacle for potential employers who don’t need such a large facility, it is also a major selling point because few areas can offer a building with that kind of space to a company looking for a ready to go space for expansion. Work has continued on the site on U.S. Highway 45 throughout this year. A grant obtained by the Alcorn County Board of Supervisors through the

Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District has allowed for significant drainage improvements at the site which now offers 47 acres for development with water and electrical utilities easily accessible as well as easy access to a major four-lane highway. The drainage work was done with no cost to county taxpayers through the grant program. Improvements and marketing of that site will continue in the new year with plans under way to add a privacy hedge and buffer zone around the property and the possibility for other improvements in the future. The expected completion of Corinth’s surface water project this spring which will connect the city water system to the Tenn-Tom Waterway will also bring an enormous benefit to economic development efforts in the coming year, said Chandler.

The new system will dramatically boost the availability of water in the area, providing an excess capacity of more than 4 million gallons even in the worst drought years, he said. The availability of a dependable source of high volumes of water will open the door for the area to recruit development in high water use industries such as food producers and other industries. Chandler said they plan to focus on marketing the region to projects needing the additional water resources in the coming year, noting there are very few communities that can easily supply the needs of these high volume water users. The Alliance president said a key focus for the coming year will also be on a long-term vision for the area as they look not only at existing sites but where the next phase of industrial development can occur. They are actively researching property throughout the county

looking for the best sites for future development to be prepared to meet the needs of any industry that seeks to locate in the area. Irwin said he believes the future is bright for the city and the region. He said new development going on downtown and in the retail segments also bodes well for the future of the area. “I’m excited about the future,” he said. The mayor said he also wants to continue to review and look at ways to improve the ties between the city and county, The Alliance, state and local governments and industrial leaders. He said he wants to continue to look at ways to strengthen economic development efforts and be open to potential changes and improvements to the local economic development process and to new investments in infrastructure improvements and economic development efforts in the coming year.

ture Fare.” Mayor Tommy Irwin has since said he knew it was a long shot but felt it was essential to spell out the needs of the city’s aging infrastructure, which he says are beyond the means of the city budget. He is now promoting an optional local sales tax as an alternative source of revenue for a similar program.

deadly blow by high winds on Jan. 21, when a significant portion of the building collapsed. Within a week, it suffered another collapse during rainfall, and demolition soon followed for the state’s oldest existing industrial building, which had Mississippi Landmark status. It was home to Corinth Machinery Company from 1912 to 1973.

4 miles of rural Alcorn County, the road provides easy truck access to Kimberly-Clark and opens a potential corridor for development.

the Secretary of State’s Office is seeking to sell both cemeteries at auction.

for a 540,000-square-foot warehouse and logistics facility with the addition of 35 jobs. The company’s investment in new equipment is $7.5 million, while Jumper Realty builds the $27 million facility.

  4) R.I.P. Corinth Machinery

5) Kimberly-Clark road opens

Its profile a part of downtown Corinth since 1869, the Corinth Machinery building was dealt a

A project that seemed forever on the drawing board reached fruition. Cutting a swath through

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the Corinth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau budget to Crossroads Arena put the elected officials at odds with tourism leaders who felt the move was not legal. It is described as part of a larger plan to eventually expand Crossroads Regional Park.

  3) Future Fare Turnout was extremely light as a huge majority of Corinth voters rejected a special 12 mill ad valorem tax for a host of infrastructure projects dubbed “Fu-

6) Cemetery troubles The Secretary of State’s Office orders a halt to the sale of pre-need services at Forrest Memorial Park in Corinth and Oaklawn Memorial Park of Booneville. Owner Wayne Hight is later indicted on felony charges for allegedly failing to properly handle pre-need funeral funds at Oaklawn Cemetery, and

7) Jail escape Two state inmates briefly escape the Alcorn County Justice Center after assaulting a correctional officer and scaling two razor wire fences. They then entered a home in the West Hills subdivision, where they assaulted a woman.

8) Caterpillar expansion CAT announces plans

9) Danny Crotts plea Following an earlier civil demand, former 2nd district supervisor Danny Crotts pleads guilty to a charge of embezzlement by a public official and gets a suspended 20-year sentence. Please see HEADLINES | 3A

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Deaths Charles Allen

BOONEVILLE — Charles Allen, 59, died Saturday, December 29, 2012 at Baptist Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Patterson Memorial Chapel.

Ralph Betts

Ralph Betts, 53, of Corinth, died Friday, December 28, 2012 at his residence. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Patterson Memorial Chapel.

William C. Smith

William C. Smith, 63, of Corinth, died Saturday, December 29, 2012 at Magnolia Regional Health Center. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Corinthian Funeral Home.

Sharon Pavlosky

Funeral services for Sharon Brawner Pavlosky, 61, are set for 2 p.m. today at Memorial Funeral Home Chapel with burial in the Brawner Family Cemetery. Mrs. P a v losky d i e d Friday, December 28, 2012 at Whitfield Nursing Pavlosky Home. S h e was born June 23, 1951 in Alcorn County to Rufus and Rachel Brawner. She was a member of Wheeler Grove Baptist Church and a housewife, enjoyed whale watching and animals. Survivors include her husband, Frank Pavlosky; mother, Rachel Shields Brawner; two daughters, Tracy Austin Rinehart and Jill Austin Hayden both of Corinth; two stepdaughters, Sharon Rodgers of Texas and Peggy Mirich of Corinth; two brothers, Brandon Brawner (Sandra) and Joey Brawner all of Corinth; and a sister, Linda (Jerry) Gifford of Corinth. She was preceded in death by her father; and a brother, Forrest Brawner. Bro. Shane Evetts will officiate. Family will receive friends from noon to service time today at the funeral home.

 Billy Johnson

RIENZI— Funeral services for Billy Leroy “Billy Roy” Johnson, 71, are set for 1 p.m. today at McMillan Funeral Home with burial in Antioch #2 Cemetery. Mr. Johnson died Friday, December 28, 2012 at home. He was born February 20, 1941 to Curtis and Mary Eaton Johnson. He was retired from the US Army Corps of Engineers and was a US Army Veteran of the Vietnam Era. He attended Mills Community Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Patsy Johnson; two daughters, Katrina (Allan) Oglesby of Minden, La. and Deloris (Charleston) Grizzard of Rienzi; two sons, James (Reina) Johnson and Damon (Renea) Johnson both of Rienzi; five sisters, Lola Bearden and Sue Wren both of Corinth, Bobbie Jean Martin of Evansville, Ind., and Delinda Hamm and Peggy Johnson both of Burnsville; one brother, Stanley Curtis “Onion” Johnson of Booneville; 14 grandchildren; and four great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister; and one brother. Bro. Donny Davis and Larry Clayton will officiate. Visitation is until service time today at the funeral home. Condolences may be left at www.mcmillanfuneralhome.com

Warren Williams, Jr.

Visitation for Warren Williams, Jr., 51, of Corinth, will be held from 3-8 p.m. today at Cutshall Funeral Home in Glen. Mr. Williams died Friday, December 28, 2012 at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. He was an auto mechanic. Survivors include his wife, Nanette Williams of Corinth; a son, Darren Williams of Corinth; a daughter, Jessica Fawcett of Corinth; his parents, Warren and Dorothy Williams of Corinth; a brother, Don Williams (Tammy) of Corinth; five sisters, Sharon Anderson (Brett) of South Carolina, Darlene Hastings (Jeff) of Corinth, Barbara Brewer of Corinth, Linda Baldini (Chris) of Corinth and Penny Hurley (Glenn) of Louisville, Ken.; and one grandchild, Matthew Brown of Corinth.

Employees in Caterpillar’s remanufacturing facilities in Mississippi recently conducted their annual food drive for the AMEN Food Pantry in Corinth and the Prentiss County Baptist Association Food Bank in Booneville. Teams competed to see who could bring in the most non-perishable food items per team member. The winning teams earned possession of a traveling trophy awarded each year. To kick off the season of giving, Caterpillar employees donated approximately 5,000 food items and $800 to help local families in need. A.M.E.N, Alcorn Ministry for Emergency Needs, is a non-profit community-centered food pantry. It was established in 1993 to feed hungry people in Alcorn County, MS. The pantry is staffed and financially supported 100% by volunteers! It is an ecumenical program that depends on individuals, churches, and the community to keep it afloat! According to a recent survey, 18.5 percent of the people in Alcorn county fall below federal poverty guidelines. Many of these people are children, and

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Representatives of one of the winning Caterpillar teams in Corinth present this year’s donation to Maud DeLes Lancaster of the AMEN Food Pantry. Taking part in the presentation are Operations Manager Roberto Ortega, Jeremy Kelly, Jamie Tucker, Pete Smith, Lancaster, Jeff Leatherwood and Wynn Gober, an AMEN volunteer. studies show that children who go to bed hungry do not perform well in school. In many instances, this low level of performance leads to a higher drop-out rate which adversely affects unemployment and an individual’s ability to function in society. With a struggling economy, the AMEN Food Pantry’s needs have grown dramatically over the past couple of years.

The pantry has served more than 2,500 families thus far during 2012! AMEN Food Pantry accepts all dried and canned food donations as well as financial contributions and greatly appreciates the generosity of Corinth’s business community! If you are interested in volunteering at the pantry, conducting a food drive, or making a financial con-

tribution, you may contact them for more information at: AMEN Food Pantry, 104 W. Linden Street Corinth, MS 38834 or mail donations to AMEN Food Pantry, P.O. Box 101, Corinth, MS 38835 or call 662-287-6727 or 662-4152130. The food pantry is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to noon.

like the post office, cotton gin and the general stores began to fade away. “Acton was once a bustling community,” said Thomson's mother, Thelma Tucker. “It was such a tranquil and highly-respected place.” Grady Coln agrees. “It was a thriving little place,” he said. “It had a doctor, five stores, post office and a school … you name it and it was in Acton.” Thomson, a 1965 Michie High School graduate, believes the collection of stories will be the revival of a dead town. “All the stories I have been told have some

grain of truth,” she said. “I just want the historical context to be correct.” Through her research, Thomson has found the three major families back in the early days were the Chambers, Atkins and Coln families. The town’s name came from Lucy Castleberry, whose mother was an Atkins. “She went to England and saw the name Acton in a suburb of London,” said Thomson. Thus far, Thomson has enough material to write about Acton during the Civil War, general store movement, the running of the state line and the town's heyday.

“The people who live in the rural areas are of the same stock and do the same things as those in the urban places,” said the assistant professor. “I want to give voice to the rural population.” Jeanette Coln is excited those stories will be passed on to future generations. “Those stories need to be told because they are important to the families,” she said. “Laquita has researched everything and knows the history of the town.” It is those stories that will keep the onetime flourishing community of Acton alive forever.

of the state sees a spate of aviation mishaps, including a crash near New Site that resulted in the death of three Georgia residents. In Tishomingo County, a plane crashes

into the backyard of a Midway residence with no injuries. Two crashes in Alcorn County result in no injury: A small plane descends into a soybean field in the south part of

the county when the engine goes dead, and a helicopter also descends into soybeans after clipping a power line while spraying soybean fields about a mile east of Rienzi.

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ington area in 1907. “Acton's heyday was the late 1890s through the 1920s,” said the mother of two. The noted artist said Acton’s demise began in the 1950s and ’60s when farmers started going to the bigger towns to work. “All the years farming was big, Acton was important,” she said. “When farmers decided to go to Corinth for work, they started buying their supplies there and not at the general store … Acton became a residential town for Corinth.” As time went on places

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Our View First-ever Crossroads Community Christmas was a huge success A special note of appreciation goes out to Tommy and Marea Wilson for hosting the first ever Crossroads Community Christmas event on Christmas Day. Not only was the first event a success with over 300 in attendance, but the Wilsons have decided to host the Christmas Day get-together of food and fellowship every year. That’s welcomed news for the Crossroads area, which really hasn’t had anywhere for people to go for food and fellowship on Christmas Day outside of their own home. The Trader’s Inn at First Monday in Ripley hosted an event for many years, but the distance from Corinth didn’t make that luncheon very feasible for local folks. Enter the good hearts of Tommy and Marea, who opened the doors at Living Free Ministries behind Magnolia Funeral Home on U.S. 72. Tommy is the ministry founder. Many folks stepped forward to help the Wilsons prepare food, as the idea began with a place for the hungry to get fed. Turns out, the event was much bigger than just a place to get some good food, which is a good goal in and of itself. There were many stories of folks across racial and socioeconomic lines who were looking for a place to go on Christmas Day. People from all walks of life took part in the event. Many people attended to share in the experience without the need of the buffet table. “We are already looking forward to next Christmas to do this again,” Tommy Wilson told the newspaper last week. “I had no idea how many people would come this year, but Corinth desperately needed something like this on Christmas Day.” That’s so true. And we are also looking forward to the next Crossroads Community Christmas. Thanks goes to the Wilsons for planting the necessary seed. The event is sure to grow. Daily Corinthian

Prayer for today Incarnate God, you choose to dwell in ordinary places. You delight in making your home within ours. Teach us to expect you to show up at any moment. Instruct us so that we may become familiar with your voice. Amen.

A verse to share Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. — Psalm 139:23-24 (NIV)

Worth quoting A good conscience is a continual Christmas. — Benjamin Franklin

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Semi-automatic weapons argument is self-defeating STARKVILLE — Nationally, the debate over automatic and semi-automatic weapons has become downright comical. Some of the responses to my recent column after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn. were predictable. Several readers took me to task for not hewing to the National Rifle Association’s specious arguments over the “difference” in automatic and semi-automatic weapons — especially the automatic AK-15 weapon and the semi-automatic .233 Bushmaster weapon that Adam Lanza used in murdering 26 at the school. Because I support Second Amendment rights, most of the mail was complimentary, but several wanted to “educate” me on the difference in automatic and semiautomatic weaponry. That response came despite the fact that I know the distinction between those types of weapons from years of covering the military and from my own experiences both with weapons for self-defense and for hunting. One reader emailed that complaint with this instructional paragraph: “The

military has modified the fully automatic M-16 to also shoot 3-shot bursts with Sid Salter a single trigger-pull Columnist for accuracy and to save ammunition. However, the look-alike AR-15, of which the Bushmaster is only one of several brands, will only shoot 1-pull, 1-shot, making it a true semi-automatic.” Another reader observed: “I believe you are caught up in the media misdefining the weapon and therefore the confusion of the public knowledge about the weapon.” For the record, I see the reaction to the Sandy Hook tragedy for what it is — a prime opportunity for gun control advocates to manipulate the nation’s sorrow over the slaughter of innocent children and women to carry the day to pass sweeping gun control laws. Similar efforts took place after the Aurora movie theater massacre. I oppose gun control efforts because I believe that the notion of citizen sol-

diers — a militia, if you will — remains part of the checks and balances over the potential rise of tyranny. When our nation becomes too complacent to take up arms in our own defense if that necessity arises, we forsake freedoms that generations of Americans have defended. But the hair-splitting laws hard won by the NRA and gun manufacturers that lead to these most specious arguments over automatic and semi-automatic weapons don’t do the cause of defending the Second Amendment much good. But a semi-automatic Bushmaster .233 like Lanza used is — in the hands of a skilled shooter — about four seconds slower in discharging 30 rounds of ammunition than is a fully automatic AK-47. So I do not engage in the rather mindless argument about the differences in automatic and semi-automatic weapons of that type. When the target is a six-year-old, that foursecond distinction isn’t relevant and the vast majority of Americans — Second Amendment defenders and otherwise — know that.

The debate shouldn’t be over the old automatic vs. semi-automatic definitions that were used to skirt the issue to settle an earlier iteration of the nation’s laws regarding so-called “assault weapons.” The debate should rightly be about what the intent of the Second Amendment and the inherent dangers of eroding those rights to address the far more complex issue of mass shootings and the mental illnesses that drive them. The debate should be about whether gun owners are willing to jump through more regulatory hoops in deference to public safety — particularly in reference to obtaining weapons like that used in the Sandy Hook shooting. But to be sure, the picayunish arguments over the four-second, five-second difference in firing rates on similar automatic and semiautomatic weapons are not going to be part of reaching any real national consensus over these important issues. (Daily Corinthian and syndicated columnist Sid Salter can be contacted at 601-507-8004 or sidsalter@sidsalter.com.)

Despite Obama’s falling numbers, Romney didn’t inspire voters BY MICHAEL BARONE In combing through the results of the 2012 election — apparently finally complete, nearly two months after the fact — I continue to find many similarities between 2012 and 2004, and one enormous difference. Both of the elections involved incumbent presidents with approval ratings hovering around or just under 50 percent facing challengers who were rich men from Massachusetts (though one made his money and the other married it). In both cases, the challenger and his campaign seemed confident he was going to win — and had reasonable grounds to believe so. In both elections, the incumbent started running a barrage of negative ads defining the challenger in the spring. And in both elections, the incumbent had at least one spotty debate performance. In both elections, each candidate concentrated on a more or less fixed list of target states, and in both elections the challenger depended heavily on outside groups’ spending that failed to achieve optimal results. The popular vote margins were similar -- 51 to 48 percent for George W. Bush in 2004, 51 to 47 percent for Barack Obama in 2012.

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The one enormous difference was turnout. Turnout between the 2000 and 2004 elections rose from 105 million to 122 million — plus 16 percent. Turnout between the 2008 and 2012 elections fell from 131 million to 128 million — minus 2 percent. Turnout is a measure of organization but also of spontaneous enthusiasm. In 2004, John Kerry got 16 percent more popular votes than Al Gore had four years before. But he lost because George W. Bush got 23 percent more popular votes than he had four years before. Kerry voters were motivated more by negative feelings for Bush than by positive feelings for their candidate. They disagreed with Bush’s major policies and disliked him personally. The Texas twang, the swagger, the garbled sentence structure -- it was like hearing someone scratch his fingers on a blackboard. Bush voters were more positively motivated. Political reporters had a hard time picking this up. His job rating was weak, but Bush voters tended to have a lot of warmth for him. He had carried us through 9/11, he had confronted our enemies directly, he had pushed through with bipartisan support popular domestic measures like

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his education bill and the Medicare prescription drug benefit. His criticism of his opponents was measured and never personal, and he blamed none of his difficulties on his predecessor (who had blamed none of his on his). This affection evaporated pretty quickly, in the summer of 2005, with scenes of disorder in the streets of Baghdad and New Orleans. But it was there in 2004, and you can see it in that 23 percent turnout increase. The 2012 election was different. Barack Obama got 6 percent fewer popular votes than he had gotten in 2008. And Mitt Romney got only 1 percent more popular votes than John McCain had four years before. In retrospect, it looks like both campaigns fell short of their turnout goals. Yes, examination of election returns and exit polls indicates that the Obama campaign turned out voters where it really needed them. That enabled him to carry Florida by 1 percent, Ohio by 3 percent, Virginia by 4 percent, and Colorado and Pennsylvania by 5 percent. Without those states, he would have gotten only 243 electoral votes and would now be planning his presidential library. But the conservative blog-

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gers who argued that the Obama campaign’s early voting numbers were below target may have been right. If Mitt Romney had gotten 16 percent more popular votes than his predecessor, as John Kerry did, he would have led Obama by 4 million votes and won the popular vote 51 to 48 percent. Romney, like Kerry, depended on voters’ distaste for the incumbent; he could not hope to inspire the devotion Bush enjoyed in 2004 and that Obama had from a diminished number in 2008. But to continue this counterfactual scenario, if Obama had won 23 percent more popular votes this year than in 2008, he would have beaten Romney by 85 million to 69 million votes and by 54 to 44 percent. In reality, Obama’s vote and percentage went down. Considering what happened in Bush’s second term, that suggests a course of caution and wariness for the re-elected president and his party. (Daily Corinthian columnist Michael Barone, senior political analyst for The Washington Examiner, is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a Fox News Channel contributor and a coauthor of The Almanac of American Politics.)

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Christmas storms injured 22 in state PEARL — The storms that ripped through Mississippi on Christmas Day injured 22 people and damaged or destroyed nearly 188 buildings in a dozen counties, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency reported Friday. It said 65 of the buildings — 57 homes and eight businesses — were destroyed, with major damage to another 48 homes and two businesses. The worst damage was in Pearl River County, where the National Weather Service confirmed an F-3 tornado

hit near McNeill, about 10 miles north of Picayune. County authorities reported 10 injuries, 27 homes and three apartments destroyed, and another 26 homes and a public building damaged, according to a statement from MEMA. Stone County, hit by the same tornado, reported seven homes destroyed, five homes with major damage and four homes with minor damage. Seven people were injured in Lawrence County, where 11 homes and seven businesses were destroyed, and 22 homes and one business damaged. Wilkinson and Hinds counties each reported two injuries, with one in

Forrest County. Wilkinson also reported two homes and a business destroyed and 22 homes, a business, a public building and a road damaged. The public building, one business and four homes had major damage, officials said. One home was destroyed in Hinds County; in Forrest, storms destroyed four homes and damaged two. Gov. Phil Bryant declared a state of emergency on Tuesday so state money could be used to help local governments. Other counties reporting storm damage to the emergency operations center in Pearl were: ■ Amite: Three homes destroyed, seven dam-

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MDMR director suspended during probe BILOXI — Mississippi’s Commission on Marine Resources has suspended its executive director without pay while state and federal investigators look into allegations of overspending and favoritism in the department he

runs. After a closed-door meeting that lasted more than two hours Friday, Commission Chairman Vernon Asper said the FBI has joined the State Auditor’s Office in the investigation of Department of Marine Resources spending under Bill Walker. The commission said Walker has done an excellent job running the department, and it hopes he will be cleared, The Sun Herald reported. Asper says the investigation could be completed in February. A preliminary federal audit report found that the department often paid far more than the value estimated by county tax authorities for land bought through a federal

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Woman charged in firefighter slayings ALBANY, N.Y. — William Spengler raised no alarms in prison for 17 years and for more than a decade afterward. Well-spoken, well-behaved and intelligent, his demeanor was praised by four straight parole boards that nevertheless denied him parole, worried that bludgeoning his 92-year-old grandmother with a hammer showed a violent streak that could explode again. After his sentence was up in 1996, he stayed out of trouble until 2010, police said Friday. That's when Spengler went to a sporting goods store with a neighbor's daughter, picked out a Bushmaster semiautomatic rifle and a shotgun and had her buy the guns that the convicted felon couldn't legally possess. On Monday, he used the weapons to ambush firefighters lured to a blaze he set at his house in upstate Webster, killing two people and wounding three others before killing himself. On Friday, state and federal authorities charged the woman who bought the guns, 24-year-old

Dawn Nguyen, with lying on a form that said she would be the owner of the guns she bought for Spengler. The charges involve the semiautomatic rifle and the 12-gauge shotgun that Spengler had with him Monday when volunteer firefighters Michael Chiapperini and Tomasz Kaczowka were gunned down. Three other people, including two other firefighters, were wounded before the 62-year-old Spengler killed himself. He also had a .38-caliber revolver, but Nguyen is not connected to that gun, police said. Investigators were still working Friday to confirm their belief that a body found in Spengler's burned home was that of the sister he lived with, Cheryl Spengler, 67. U.S. Attorney William Hochul said Nguyen bought the two guns on June 6, 2010, on behalf of Spengler. Police used the serial numbers on the guns to trace them to Nguyen. “She told the seller of these guns, Gander Mountain in Henrietta, N.Y., that she was to be the true owner and buyer of the guns instead of William Spengler,” Hochul said.

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Trains play major role in Plains oil boom BILLINGS, Mont. — Energy companies behind the oil boom sweeping the Northern Plains increasingly are turning to trains to move their crude across the U.S. The move comes as pipeline plans stall and existing pipelines can't keep up with demand. Delivering oil by rail to refineries thousands of miles away on the East, West and Gulf coasts costs more. But it can bring increased profits — of $10 or more a barrel. It also means a steady parade of trains carrying the hazardous material rumbling out of North Dakota and Montana and across the country. Experts and federal regulators say rail transport is less safe than pipelines. That's raised concerns the proliferation of oil trains could lead to a major derailment and spill.

Last ditch effort to avoid fiscal cliff under way BY DAVID ESPO AND JIM KUHNHENN Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The end game at hand, the White House and Senate leaders made a final stab at compromise Friday night to prevent middleclass tax increases from taking effect at the turn of the new year and possibly block sweeping spending cuts as well. “I'm optimistic we may still be able to reach an agreement that can pass both houses in time,” President Barack Obama said at the White House after meeting for more than an hour with top lawmakers from both houses. Surprisingly, after weeks of postelection gridlock, Senate leaders sounded even more bullish. The Republican leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, said he was “hopeful and optimistic” of a deal that could be presented to rank-andfile lawmakers as early as Sunday, a little more than 24 hours before the yearend deadline. Said Majority Leader Harry Reid: “I'm going to do everything I can” to prevent the tax increases and spending cuts that threaten to send the economy into recession. He cautioned, “Whatever we come up with is going to be imperfect.” House Speaker John Boehner, a Republican who has struggled recently with anti-tax rebels inside his own party, said through an aide he would await the results of the talks between the Senate and White House. Under a timetable sketched by congressional aides, any agreement would first go to the Senate for a vote. The House would then be asked to assent, possibly as late as Jan. 2, the final full day before a new Congress takes office. Officials said there was a general understanding that any agreement would block scheduled income tax increases for middle class earners while letting rates rise at upper income levels. Democrats said Obama was sticking to his campaign call for increases above $250,000 in annual income, even though in recent negotiations he said he could accept $400,000. The two sides also confronted a divide over estate taxes. Obama favors a higher tax than is currently in effect, but one senior Republican, Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona, said he's “totally dead set” against it. Speaking of fellow GOP lawmakers, he said they harbor more opposition to an increase in the es-

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tate tax than to letting taxes on income and investments rise at upper levels. Also likely to be included in the negotiations are taxes on dividends and capital gains, both of which are scheduled to rise with the new year. Also the alternative minimum tax, which, if left unchanged, could hit an estimated 28 million households for the first time with an average increase of more than $3,000. In addition, Obama and Democrats want to prevent the expiration of unemployment benefits for about 2 million long-term jobless men and women, and there is widespread sentiment in both parties to shelter doctors from a 27 percent cut in Medicare fees. The White House has shown increased concern about a possible doubling of milk prices if a farm bill is not passed in the next few days, although it is not clear whether that issue, too, might be included in the talks. One Republican who was briefed on the White House meeting said Boehner made it clear he would leave in place spending cuts scheduled to take effect unless alternative savings were included in any compromise to offset them. If he prevails, that would defer politically difficult decisions on curtailing government benefit programs like Medicare until 2013. Success was far from guaranteed in an atmosphere of political mistrust — even on a slimmed-down deal that postponed hard decisions about spending cuts into 2013 — in a Capitol where lawmakers grumbled about the likelihood of spending the new year holiday working. In a brief appearance in the White House briefing room, Obama referred to “dysfunction in Washington,” and said the American public is “not going to have any patience for a politically self-inflicted wound to our economy. Not right now.” If there is no compromise, he said he expects Reid to put legislation on the floor to prevent tax increases on the middle class and extend unemployment benefits — an implicit challenge to Republicans to dare to vote against what polls show is popular. The president also booked a highly unusual appearance on Meet the Press for Sunday, yet another indication of his determination to retain the political high ground that came with his re-election. The guest list for the White House meeting included Reid, McCon-

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BkofAm 5241845 11.36 FordM 4334301 12.87 S&P500ETF 4047866140.03 NokiaCp 1331636 3.81 SPDR Fncl 1267246 16.18 GenElec 1137187 20.44 iShEMkts 1126617 43.70 BariPVix rs 1040750 35.43 iShR2K 963607 82.53 iShJapn 949590 9.67

+.07 +1.01 -2.76 -.18 -.22 -.44 +.45 +2.89 -1.66 -.07

Name

Vol (00) Last Chg

Name

CheniereEn 143591 18.25 +.24 YM Bio g 98215 2.87 ... NA Pall g 90503 1.31 +.09 Vringo 71919 2.66 -.41 GoldStr g 68713 1.75 +.23 NwGold g 59907 10.64 +.13 NovaGld g 49490 4.45 -.02 Rentech 48778 2.55 -.13 CFCda g 34471 20.93 -.20 Rubicon g 33452 2.38 -.07

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RschMotn 1766680 Facebook n 1587553 Microsoft 1189179 PwShs QQQ 1154579 SiriusXM 963884 Intel 933442 Cisco 921174 MarvellT 861087 Oracle 574120 Yahoo 510210

11.79 25.91 26.55 63.78 2.89 20.23 19.45 7.17 33.02 19.50

+.88 -.35 -.90 -1.42 -.06 -.54 -.51 -1.17 -.74 +.15

STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST Div

Last

Wk Wk YTD Chg %Chg%Chg

Name

Ex

AFLAC AT&T Inc AMD Alcoa AlliantTch AmIntlGrp Annaly Aon plc Apple Inc BP PLC BcpSouth BkofAm BariPVix rs Bemis Caterpillar Checkpnt Chevron Cisco Citigroup CocaCola s Comcast CSVelIVSt Deere DirSCBear Dover DowChm EnPro ExxonMbl Facebook n FstHorizon FordM FrkUnv FredsInc GenElec Herbalife HewlettP iShJapn iShEMkts iS Eafe iShR2K Intel IBM

NY 1.40 52.25 -1.56 -2.9 +20.8 NY 1.80 33.32 -.35 -1.0 +10.2 NY ... 2.28 -.31 -12.0 -57.8 NY .12 8.50 -.07 -0.8 -1.7 NY 1.04 61.06 -2.38 -3.8 +6.8 NY ... 34.58 -.16 -0.5 +49.1 NY 2.05 14.01 -.30 -2.1 -12.2 NY .63 55.50 -1.13 -2.0 +18.6 Nasd10.60 509.59 -9.74 -1.9 +25.8 NY 1.92 41.22 -.90 -2.1 -3.6 NY .04 14.34 -.17 -1.2 +30.1 NY .04 11.36 +.07 +0.6 +104.3 NY ... 35.43 +2.89 +8.9 -75.1 NY 1.00 33.01 -.14 -0.4 +9.7 NY 2.08 86.81 -1.09 -1.2 -4.2 NY ... 10.44 -.31 -2.9 -4.6 NY 3.60 106.45 -3.26 -3.0 ... Nasd .56 19.45 -.51 -2.6 +7.9 NY .04 39.01 -.48 -1.2 +48.3 NY 1.02 35.97 -.92 -2.5 +2.8 Nasd .65 36.54 -.53 -1.4 +54.1 NY ... 15.70 -1.51 -8.8 +141.2 NY 1.84 84.55 -1.18 -1.4 +9.3 NY ... 14.39 +.75 +5.5 -45.6 NY 1.40 64.78 +.24 +0.4 +11.6 NY 1.28 31.62 -.05 -0.2 +9.9 NY ... 40.13 -.46 -1.1 +21.7 NY 2.28 85.10 -2.13 -2.4 +.4 Nasd ... 25.91 -.35 -1.3 -32.2 NY .04 9.77 -.25 -2.5 +22.1 NY .20 12.87 +1.01 +8.5 +19.6 NY .46 7.07 -.08 -1.1 +5.7 Nasd .24 13.25 -.58 -4.2 -9.1 NY .76 20.44 -.44 -2.1 +14.1 NY 1.20 29.39 +2.12 +7.8 -43.1 NY .53 13.68 -.66 -4.6 -46.9 NY .19 9.67 -.07 -0.7 +6.1 NY .74 43.70 +.45 +1.0 +15.2 NY 1.76 56.01 -.50 -0.9 +13.1 NY 1.69 82.53 -1.66 -2.0 +11.9 Nasd .90 20.23 -.54 -2.6 -16.6 NY 3.40 189.83 -3.59 -1.9 +3.2

Last

Wk Wk YTD Chg %Chg%Chg

Name

Ex

Div

JPMorgCh KimbClk Kroger Lowes MarvellT McDnlds MeadWvco MicronT Microsoft NY Times NewsCpA NiSource NokiaCp NorthropG Oracle Penney PepsiCo Pfizer PwShs QQQ ProctGam RadioShk RegionsFn RschMotn RiteAid S&P500ETF SearsHldgs Sherwin SiriusXM SouthnCo SprintNex SPDR Fncl TecumsehB TecumsehA Torchmark VangEmg WalMart WellsFargo Wendys Co Weyerhsr Xerox Yahoo Zynga

NY NY NY NY Nasd NY NY Nasd Nasd NY Nasd NY NY NY Nasd NY NY NY Nasd NY NY NY Nasd NY NY Nasd NY Nasd NY NY NY Nasd Nasd NY NY NY NY Nasd NY NY Nasd Nasd

1.20 43.24 -.76 -1.7 +30.0 2.96 83.13 -.92 -1.1 +13.0 .60 25.68 -.62 -2.4 +6.0 .64 34.98 -.06 -0.2 +37.8 .24 7.17 -1.17 -14.0 -48.2 3.08 87.58 -2.60 -2.9 -12.7 1.00 31.38 -.10 -0.3 +17.6 ... 6.13 -.19 -3.0 -2.5 .92 26.55 -.90 -3.3 +2.3 ... 8.24 -.39 -4.5 +6.6 .17 24.61 -.34 -1.4 +37.9 .96 24.63 -.34 -1.4 +3.4 .26 3.81 -.18 -4.5 -21.0 2.20 66.76 -1.87 -2.7 +14.2 .24 33.02 -.74 -2.2 +28.7 ... 18.97 -.62 -3.2 -46.0 2.15 68.02 -1.61 -2.3 +2.5 .96 24.89 -.19 -0.8 +15.0 .81 63.78 -1.42 -2.2 +14.2 2.25 67.15 -1.57 -2.3 +.7 ... 2.11 -.26 -11.0 -78.3 .04 6.93 -.18 -2.5 +61.2 ... 11.79 +.88 +8.1 -18.7 ... 1.39 +.16 +13.0 +10.3 3.10 140.03 -2.76 -1.9 +11.6 ... 39.50 -1.33 -3.3 +24.3 1.56 151.04 -.49 -0.3 +69.2 .05 2.89 -.06 -1.9 +58.8 1.96 42.33 -.99 -2.3 -8.6 ... 5.60 +.14 +2.6 +139.3 .26 16.18 -.22 -1.3 +24.5 ... 4.55 +.05 +1.1 +2.2 ... 4.50 -.13 -2.8 -4.3 .60 50.96 -1.15 -2.2 +17.4 .99 43.88 +.46 +1.1 +14.8 1.59 67.61 -1.04 -1.5 +13.1 .88 33.91 -.57 -1.7 +23.0 .16 4.73 -.03 -0.6 -11.8 .68 27.58 -.56 -2.0 +47.7 .17 6.69 -.32 -4.6 -16.0 ... 19.50 +.15 +0.8 +20.9 ... 2.33 ... ... -75.2

AGRICULTURE FUTURES WkHigh WkLow Settle WkChg CORN 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14

707.25 709.25 706 629 609 618 625

688.75 691.50 689 614.50 594.25 604 611

694 696.75 694.75 621.25 599.75 609.50 616.50

WkHigh WkLow Settle WkChg CATTLE 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb.

-8 -8 -7.25 -5.50 -7 -6.75 -6.75

Dec 12 Feb 13 Apr 13 Jun 13 Aug 13 Oct 13 Dec 13

129.60 133.90 137.42 132.35 131.75 135.30 136.80

128.40 132.82 136.35 131.02 130.75 134.25 135.50

SOYBEANS 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

HOGS-Lean 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb.

Jan 13 Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Sep 13 Nov 13

Feb 13 Apr 13 May 13 Jun 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Oct 13

1447.25 1443 1433 1427.50 1392.75 1353 1316

1415.75 1411.25 1402.50 1398 1372.75 1334 1294.50

1424 -6.75 1418 -11.25 1409.50 -9.25 1407.25 -6 1384.25 -.25 1344.50 +4.25 1310.25 +9.75

WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Sep 13 Dec 13 Mar 14 May 14

796.25 764.50 806.25 775.25 812 783 824 797 837 811 844.75 822 843 825.75

778.75 788.50 795 808 821 832 831

87.80 91.85 98.90 100.80 100.30 99.37 88.40

86.30 90.05 97.22 99.40 98.87 97.67 86.75

129.40 133.57 137.22 131.92 131.22 134.70 135.60

+.13 ... -.10 -.50 -.78 -.60 -1.60

86.37 90.12 97.60 99.60 99.02 97.75 87.30

-.53 -1.50 -1.10 -1.05 -1.15 -1.22 -.87

74.66 75.59 76.61 78.11 77.78 78.11 78.71

-1.52 -1.17 -.70 -.41 -.36 -.41 -.31

COTTON 2 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. -13.25 -13.50 -13.75 -12.75 -11.75 -9.75 -9

Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Sep 13 Oct 13 Dec 13 Mar 14

77.10 77.60 78.11 ... 78.70 79.01 79.55

74.62 75.50 76.38 ... 78.52 77.50 79.14

Tables show seven most current contracts for each future. Grains traded on Chicago Board of Trade; livestock on Chicago Mercantile Exchange; and cotton on New York Cotton Exchange.

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Obj

PIMCO TotRetIs Vanguard TotStIdx Vanguard InstIdxI Vanguard 500Adml Fidelity Contra Vanguard TotStIAdm American Funds CapIncBuA m American Funds IncAmerA m American Funds GrthAmA m Vanguard InstPlus American Funds CpWldGrIA m American Funds InvCoAmA m FrankTemp-Franklin Income A m American Funds WAMutInvA m Dodge & Cox Stock Dodge & Cox IntlStk

CI LB LB LB LG LB IH MA LG LB WS LB CA LV LV FB

Total Assets ($Mlns) NAV 174,658 77,180 67,435 59,368 59,112 58,956 58,216 57,663 55,933 48,578 46,323 44,809 41,548 39,998 39,907 39,190

11.25 35.04 128.34 129.18 76.22 35.05 52.44 17.91 33.80 128.35 36.82 29.73 2.23 30.78 119.87 34.23

Total Return/Rank 4-wk 12-mo 5-year

Pct Min Init Load Invt

+0.3 +0.1 -0.3 -0.3 -0.9 +0.1 +0.5 +0.3 +0.4 -0.3 +1.6 0.0 +2.4 -0.3 +1.7 +5.4

NL 1,000,000 NL 3,000 NL 5,000,000 NL 10,000 NL 2,500 NL 10,000 5.75 250 5.75 250 5.75 250 NL200,000,000 5.75 250 5.75 250 4.25 1,000 5.75 250 NL 2,500 NL 2,500

+11.0/A +15.1/B +14.8/B +14.8/B +14.8/B +15.2/B +12.0/B +11.7/C +19.6/A +14.8/B +19.4/B +15.0/B +13.7/A +11.7/D +21.5/A +22.1/A

+8.4/A +1.7/A +1.2/B +1.2/B +1.5/B +1.8/A +0.8/C +3.0/B +0.6/C +1.2/B -1.0/C +0.5/C +4.3/B +1.2/B -0.7/D -2.2/A

CA -Conservative Allocation, CI -Intermediate-Term Bond, ES -Europe Stock, FB -Foreign Large Blend, FG -Foreign LargeGrowth, FV -Foreign Large Value, IH -World Allocation, LB -Large Blend, LG -Large Growth, LV -Large Value, MA -Moderate Allocation, MB -Mid-Cap Blend, MV - Mid-Cap Value, SH -Specialty-heath, WS -World Stock, Total Return: Chng in NAV with dividends reinvested. Rank: How fund performed vs. others with same objective: A is in top 20%, E in bottom 20%. Min Init Invt: Minimum $ needed to invest in fund. Source: Morningstar. Stock Footnotes: g = Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h = Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf = Late filing with SEC. n = New in past 52 weeks. pf = Preferred. rs = Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent within the past year. rt = Right to buy security at a specified price. s = Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. un = Units. vj = In bankruptcy or receivership. wd = When distributed. wi = When issued. wt = Warrants. Mutual Fund Footnotes: b = Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d = Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f = front load (sales charges). m = Multiple fees are charged. NA = not available. p = previous dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s net asset value. s = fund split shares during the week. x = fund paid a distribution during the week.Gainers and Losers must be worth at least $2 to be listed in tables at left. Most Actives must be worth at least $1. Volume in hundreds of shares. Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Thanks to its commitment to protecting the environment, Averitt Express was chosen as a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Green 75 Supply Chain Partnerâ&#x20AC;? by Inbound Logistics magazine. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the third straight year Averitt has been selected for the honor. Inbound Logistics bases its Green Supply Chain Partners list on a companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s involvement in three areas: participation in public-private partnerships; corporate sustainability initiatives; and collaborative customer-driven projects. The magazineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s editors solicited more than 200 transportation and logistics companies to complete a questionnaire specifying their investments in sustainability â&#x20AC;&#x201D; ranging from fuel-efficient equipment to corporate-sponsored recycling programs, and everything in between. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In our industry, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vital that we maintain our focus on environmental stewardship and sustainability,â&#x20AC;? said Gary Sasser, Averitt's president and CEO. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re extremely honored to have been recognized by Inbound Logistics three years in a row for our â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;greenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; efforts. The entire Averitt team takes great pride in continually finding new

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US jobless aid falls to five-year low BY CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER Associated Press

WASHINGTON â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The average number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits over the past month fell to the lowest level since March 2008, a sign that the job market is healing. The Labor Department said Thursday that weekly applications dropped 12,000 to a seasonally adjusted 350,000 in the week ended Dec. 22. The four-week average, a less volatile measure, fell to a nearly five-year low of 356,750. Still, the Christmas holiday may have distorted the figures. A department spokesman said many state unemployment offices were closed Monday and Tuesday and could not provide exact data. That forced the government to rely on estimates. Normally, the government might estimate application data for one or two states. Last week, it had to use estimates for 19. The estimates are usually fairly accurate, the spokesman said. Even so, the government will likely revise the figures by more than normal next week. Weekly applications are a proxy for layoffs. They have mostly fluctuated this year between 360,000 and 390,000. At the same time, employers have added an average of 151,000 jobs a month in the first 11 months of 2012. That's just enough to slowly reduce the unemployment rate. Economists were mildly encouraged by the decline in applications. But they emphasized that the figures are volatile around the holidays. They were also distorted until recent weeks by Superstorm Sandy. Many expect next week's jobs report to show that employers added about 150,000 jobs in December. The decline in unemployment benefit applications suggests companies are not yet

slashing jobs because of concerns over the â&#x20AC;&#x153;fiscal cliff.â&#x20AC;? That's the name for sharp tax increases and spending cuts that are scheduled to take effect next week unless the Obama administration and Congress can reach a deal before then. Still, unemployment remains high and companies are reluctant to ramp up hiring. The unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent in November from 7.9 percent in October mostly because many of the unemployed stopped looking for jobs. The government counts people as unemployed only if they are actively searching for work. The total number of people receiving benefits rose 73,000 to 5.48 million in the week ended Dec. 8, the latest data available. That includes about 2.1 million people who have been out of work for at least six months and are receiving extended benefits paid for by the federal government. The program is ending at the end of the year. That means those recipients will receive their final checks next week, unless an extension is granted. Obama wants an extension included in the budget deal. Republicans have yet to agree to that.

There are signs the economy is improving. The once-battered housing market is recovering, which should lead to more construction jobs in the coming months. Companies ordered more long-lasting manufactured goods in November, a sign they are investing more in equipment and software. And Americans spent more in November. Consumer spending drives nearly 70 percent of economic growth. While a short fall over

the cliff won't push the economy into recession, most economists expect some tax increases to take effect next year. That could slow growth. Consumers are starting to worry about higher taxes. A measure of consumer confidence fell to a five-month low this month, a survey released Friday found. And reports show the holiday shopping season was the weakest since 2008, when the country was in a deep recession.

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Local Schedule Thursday, Jan. 3 Basketball ACT @ Crossroads Arena (JVB) Biggersville-Corinth, 5 (G) BHS-KHS, 6:15 (WXRZ) (B) KHS-CHS, 7:30 (WXRZ)  

Friday, Jan. 4 Basketball ACT @ Crossroads Arena (JVG) Central-Corinth, 4 (JVB) Central-Kossuth, 5:15 (G) AC-CHS, 6:30 (WXRZ) (B) BHS-AC, 7:45 (WXRZ)  

Saturday, Jan. 5 Basketball ACT @ Crossroads Arena JVG-Championship, 4 JVB-Championship, 5:15 G-Championship, 6:30 (WXRZ) B-Championship, 7:45 (WXRZ)

Shorts ACT floor seats Reserved floor seats for the annual Alcorn County Tournament, set for Jan. 3-5 at the Crossroads Arena, are available for purchase. Cost is $40, which covers all three nights. Call Sam Tull at 287-4477.  

New Site Baseball Banquet Former Mississippi State head baseball coach Ron Polk will be the featured speaker for the New Site Royals Fourth Annual 1st Pitch Banquet and Silent Auction on Monday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. on the campus of New Site High School. Seating is limited to the first 150 tickets sold and must be purchased in advance. Tickets are $15 and include meal, access to silent auction, and seating for speaker presentation. For more information or to purchase a ticket, please call 662-322-7389 or 662728-5205.

Corinth falls to Desoto in tourney final BY DONICA PHIFER dphifer@dailycorinthian.com

DYERSBURG — Desoto Central earned a bit of revenge, handing Corinth an 82-63 defeat in the championship game of the Dyersburg Christmas Tournament on Saturday. The Jaguars (13-2) were handed their second loss of the 2012 season by the Warriors on Dec. 15 during the Biggersville Christmas Classic in a 6963 final. Their first loss, a 55-53 defeat by Grenada, came on Nov. 27. The Warriors (10-4) made a run to the final game with defeats of New Madrid (Mo.) and host team Dyersburg on the first and second day of the tournament. Desoto gained 40 points in the first half, carrying a lead of nine at the break. The team would follow it up with 42 points in the second half to the Warriors 32. Desmin Harris led the Warriors with 25 points, with Raheem Sorrell following up with 14. Charlie Palmer led for the Jaguars at 25, while Mark Partee also broke the 20-mark at 21 points. Keith Bullock and Quinton Thompson also entered double digits with 14 and 11 points. Desoto Central 82, Corinth 63  CHS 11 20 11 21 — 63 DCHS 22 18 23 19 — 82   CORINTH (63): Desmin Harris 25, Raheem Sorrell 14, Kendrick Williams 6, Darius Gaines 6, Terrel Payton 4, Darius Herman 2. DESOTO CENTRAL (82): Charlie Palmer 25, Mark Partee 21, Keith Bullock 14, Quinton Thompson 11, Nathan Turner 9, Tyler Turner 2. 3-POINTERS: (C) Desmin Harris 6, (DC) Charlie Palmer 5, Nathan Turner, Mark Partee. RECORDS: Corinth 10-4, Desoto Central 13-2.

No. 2 UConn women rout No. 1 Stanford Associated Press

STANFORD, Calif. — Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and second-ranked Connecticut played spoiler and streakbuster this time, snapping No. 1 Stanford’s nation-leading 82-game home unbeaten run with a surprisingly easy 61-35 rout Saturday. Mosqueda-Lewis scored 19 points as UConn (11-0) thoroughly outplayed Stanford (11-1) on both ends of the floor.

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County squads skid as tournament closes  BY DONICA PHIFER dphifer@dailycorinthian.com

GLEN — The final day of the Peggy Bain Memorial Tournament proved difficult for Alcorn County teams as three of the four struggled on the court with losses. Of the four teams, only Corinth secured a victory in Day 3, sending Tupelo Christian Preparatory home winless in the tournament. Both Kossuth clubs fell to Hardin County in early games, while Alcorn Central fell in two come from behind wins by Lewisburg and S.V. Marshall. Biggersville also came up short in the closing match, dropping a heated game against Cordova.

(B) Cordova 70, Biggersville 63 Though the Lions led in the opening minutes, turnovers would keep Biggersville out of the game as the squad racked up 26 over four quarters of play. Cordova built up a 20-point lead to end the third quarter, but four starting players — including leading scorer Mike Wickliff and leading rebounder Lorenzen Wright — ended the game on the bench after fouling out. Another starter, Chester Hooker, would be ejected during the fourth quarter after gaining two of the Tennessee team’s five technical fouls. The Lions would cut the lead to seven points with three minutes to go, but find themselves unable to find shots in the final minutes. Daniel Simmons led Biggersville with 24 points, followed by Jaylon Gaines with 14. CHS 16 14 25 15 — 70 BHS 11 12 17 23 — 63   CORDOVA (70): Mike Wickliff 17, James Kilpatrick 14, Jadarion Brown 12, Okeeth Barker 9, Lorenzen Wright 6, Chester Hooker 5, Noah Hahn 4, Tyler Whitaker 2. BIGGERSVILLE (63): Daniel Simmons 24, Jaylon Gaines 14, Emmanuel Simmons 9, Tyran Davis 4, Shawn Watson 3, Blake Stacy 2. 3-POINTERS: (C) Chester Hooker, Noah Hahn, James Kilpatrick, (B) Daniel Simmons 3, Jaylon Gaines 2.

(G) Corinth 58, Tupelo Christian 21 The Lady Warriors closed their tournament appearance with a 37-point win over the Tupelo Christian Eagles. Please see TOURNAMENT | 9A

Photo by Donica Phifer

Biggersville’s Emmanuel Simmons goes for a layup in the final game of the Peggy Bain Memorial Tournament. The Lions fell to Cordova 70-63.  

No. 4 Louisville holds off Kentucky BY GARY GRAVES Associated Press

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Russ Smith scored 21 points and Chane Behanan had 20 and No. 4 Louisville ended a fourgame losing streak against rival Kentucky with an upand-down 80-77 victory on Saturday. Peyton Siva added 19 points as the Cardinals (12-1) won a hard-fought Battle of the Bluegrass. Though the Cardinals trail the series 30-15, their victory followed last spring’s 69-61 national semifinal loss to the Wildcats, who went on to win their eighth national championship. But Louisville had to withstand several charges from Kentucky to do so. The Wildcats trailed 51-34 but outscored the Cardinals 28-14 to get within 65-62 before Smith’s two baskets keyed an 8-5 run to give Louisville

some space. Behanan sealed Louisville’s win with late two dunks, the final one following his steal of a pass by Archie Goodwin with 18 seconds remaining. Goodwin scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half for Kentucky (8-4) and Ryan Harrow added 17 points. Poor foul shooting doomed the Wildcats’ comeback. They shot just 11 of 23 (48 percent) from the line, matching their percentage from the field. Louisville also shot 48 percent from the field but made 17 of 25 from the free throw line to win its seventh straight. As might be expected from bitter in-state rivals, the early minutes were physical and intense with six ties and five lead changes. There were lineup changes for both teams. Kentucky started 7-foot freshman Willie Cauley-Stein

alongside 6-10 Nerlens Noel for the first time in an effort to establish a post game against the Cardinals. The Wildcats’ move might have been a preemptive one with Louisville expected to start 6-11 center Gorgui Dieng, who returned from a seven-game absence with a broken left wrist. The Cardinals instead started 6-10 Zach Price but Dieng entered the game just 1:43 in and quickly made his presence felt with three rebounds, a block and a dunk that helped give Louisville a 12-10 lead. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, the junior soon picked up his second foul that appeared to be committed by Montrezl Harrell. Dieng pointed that fact out to an official with no success as Alex Poythress made one of two free throws to put the Wildcats up 13-12. By then Kentucky was start-

ing an 8-0 run helped by Harrow’s careful ballhandling that forced the action inside. Poythress and Kyle Wiltjer added 3-pointers as the Wildcats were 7 of 15 from the field at the 10:13 mark. Louisville was just 6 of 16 at that point but quickly made up for that initial inaccuracy to wipe out an 18-12 deficit. Siva’s layup began a 13-2 run led by Behanan, who had a thunderous transition dunk off a steal by Smith, a baseline jumper and another as he fell to the court. A follow dunk by Noel and Harrow’s 3-pointer tied the game at 25 with 4:02 remaining in the first half, but those were Kentucky’s last field goals before intermission. Louisville closed with an 11-4 run for a 36-28 lead in a half in which it shot 15 of 31 (48 percent) and scored 22 points in the paint.

Syracuse plows through WVU, snow at Pinstripe BY RALPH D. RUSSO Associated Press

NEW YORK — Prince-Tyson Gulley ran for a careerbest 208 yards and had three touchdowns, Syracuse scored twice on safeties and the Orange bid a snow-covered farewell to the Big East with a 38-14 victory over West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl on Saturday. Syracuse (8-5) will enter the Atlantic Coast Conference on a roll after finishing this season with six wins in its last seven games, capped by its second postseason victory at Yankee Stadium in the last three years. In a bowl game played in a baseball stadium with weather better suited for a playoff game in Green Bay, the team

that plays in a dome ended up being better equipped to handle the elements. The Orange leaned on their running game to plow through former Big East rival West Virginia (7-6) and the snow. Jerome Smith added 157 yards rushing, and Syracuse finished with a seasonhigh 369 yards. Geno Smith connected with Stedman Bailey for two touchdown passes, but the Mountaineers’ quarterback also was sacked in the end zone in the first half and called for intentional grounding in the end zone in the second half as he tried to avoid another sack. Smith, who was an early Heisman Trophy front-runner as the Mountaineers got off to a 5-0 start this season,

was 16 for 26 for 197 yards in the final game of his recordbreaking career. The NFL awaits. Same goes for Ryan Nassib, though Syracuse didn’t ask much of its talented senior quarterback. He threw two touchdown passes and an interception. His most impressive feat on this day was surviving being driven into the frozen turf by Terence Garvin on a sack in the first half. Nassib missed only one play. A goal-line stand by West Virginia in the second quarter kept Syracuse out of the end zone, but set up the Orange for a scoring run. Left at their own 1, the Mountaineers tried to pass out of their end zone, but Smith was smothered by

blitzing linebackers Cameron Lynch and Siriki Diabate for a safety to make it 5-0 — a baseball score, of course. The Orange followed that up with a 33-yard touchdown run by Gulley to make it 12-0 with 6:07 left in the second. The Mountaineers responded with their first sustained drive and Bailey took a quick pass, darted and broke tackles, and scooted 32 yards to the end zone to make it 12-7. The Orange extended the lead to 12 points with a touchdown drive to start the second half when the Orange caught a break — and touchdown pass. Nassib’s throw was tipped around the goal line, but floated safely into the waiting arms of intended receiver Beckett Wales for a 10-yard score.


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Irish get serious about Bama BY TOM COYNE Associated Press

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Topranked Notre Dame finally got down to the serious business of getting ready to play defending national champion Alabama in the BCS title game on Jan. 7. After weeks of some players and coaches traveling the nation for award shows, players finishing up the school year with finals and making trips home for Christmas, Notre Dame had its hardest hitting practice Saturday since its 22-13 victory over USC on Nov. 24 in the regular-season finale. Kelly plans another physical practice Sunday. The starting defense practiced against the starting offense some on Saturday. “Just to keep the speed in the game. I don’t want practices to slow down. When it becomes all scout team, it has a tendency to become a little bit slower pace,” Kelly said. Left guard Chris Watt said the Irish know they have to play physical against Alabama, which is giving up just 2.5 yards per rush. He said the Crimson Tide defensive linemen do a good job of getting their hands quickly inside on offensive linemen and getting off blocks. “They all want to be first-rounders, so they’re going to try to get to the ball and make plays,” he said. The Irish offense plans to play some up-tempo against Alabama (12-1), hoping to find some personnel advantages against the Crimson Tide and hope to cause some confusion on the defense. But Kelly said the problem against the Crimson Tide is there aren’t any obvious weaknesses to exploit. The Irish also hope to spread the field against the Tide to try to overcome their size and athleticism. “If you go in there and say, ‘All right, we’re just going to play between the tackles,’ you’re in for a long day,” Kelly said. “We’ve got to be attacking all areas and getting the kind of matchups that we need offensively. Because we need to get big chunk plays, I’m just going to tell you right now. They know that. We know that.” One of the weaknesses for the Irish this season has been special teams. While the Irish rank sixth in the nation in total defense and 49th in total offense, they are 38th in net punting, 79th in kickoff defense, 83rd in kickoff returns and 115th in punt returns. Kelly said depth has been one of the problems. But the Irish will use more starters on special teams against the Crimson Tide. “Maybe we can catch lightning in a bottle on a return or get a block, something to that affect,” Kelly said.

Scoreboard Pro basketball NBA standings, schedule EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct New York 21 9 .700 Brooklyn 16 14 .533 Boston 14 14 .500 Philadelphia 14 16 .467 Toronto 11 20 .355 Southeast Division W L Pct Miami 20 8 .714 Atlanta 19 9 .679 Orlando 12 18 .400 Charlotte 7 23 .233 Washington 4 24 .143 Central Division W L Pct Milwaukee 16 12 .571 Chicago 16 12 .571 Indiana 17 13 .567 Detroit 10 22 .313 Cleveland 7 25 .219 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 23 8 .742 Memphis 19 8 .704 Houston 16 14 .533 Dallas 12 18 .400 New Orleans 7 23 .233 Northwest Division W L Pct Oklahoma City 23 6 .793 Denver 17 15 .531 Minnesota 14 13 .519 Portland 14 14 .500 Utah 15 16 .484 Pacific Division W L Pct L.A. Clippers 24 6 .800 Golden State 20 10 .667 L.A. Lakers 15 15 .500 Phoenix 11 20 .355 Sacramento 10 19 .345 ——— Friday’s Late Games L.A. Clippers 116, Utah 114 Sacramento 106, New York 105 Golden State 96, Philadelphia 89 L.A. Lakers 104, Portland 87 Saturday’s Games Atlanta 109, Indiana 100 New Orleans 98, Charlotte 95 Toronto 123, Orlando 88 Brooklyn 103, Cleveland 100 Chicago 87, Washington 77 Oklahoma City 124, Houston 94 Memphis 81, Denver 72 Minnesota 111, Phoenix 107 Milwaukee 104, Miami 85 Philadelphia at Portland, (n) Boston at Golden State, (n) Today’s Games San Antonio at Dallas, 6:30 p.m.

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College basketball Saturday men’s results EAST Babson 74, Utica 63 Boston College 70, Holy Cross 60 Bridgewater 70, Mary Washington 60 Bryant 80, Lehigh 79 Coll. of Charleston 62, Vermont 50 Columbia 69, Manhattan 58 DeSales 99, Penn St.-Abington 84 Gettysburg 74, Grove City 64 Keene St. 89, Montclair St. 80 LIU Post 91, Chestnut Hill 75 La Salle 80, Siena 52 Maine 76, Quinnipiac 71 Mount St. Mary’s 58, UMBC 55 Old Westbury 100, Misericordia 97 Penn St. 84, Duquesne 74 Randlph-Macon 76, Washington (Md) 55 St. Peter’s 71, CCSU 69 Stonehill 57, Philadelphia 52 Syracuse 57, Alcorn St. 36 UConn 61, Washington 53 Wagner 68, Penn 63, OT William Paterson 54, Lehman 48 Yeshiva 62, Brooklyn 61 SOUTH Alabama St. 73, Auburn-Montgomery 50 Arkansas St. 63, South Alabama 54 Butler 68, Vanderbilt 49 Campbell 72, UNC Wilmington 60 Catholic 77, Denison 35 CharlestonSouthern 105, Va Intrmont 59 Coker 87, St. Andrews 73 Cumberlands 100, Tenn. Wesleyan 83 Davidson 70, Richmond 64 Duke 90, Santa Clara 77 East Carolina 74, Norfolk St. 63 Fairfield 55, Old Dominion 54 Florida 78, Air Force 61 Florida St. 82, Tulsa 63 Georgia 82, Florida A&M 73 Georgia Southern 68, Georgia St. 64, OT Georgia Tech 73, Fordham 48 Guilford 88, Birmingham-Southern 85 Jacksonville St. 83, Tennessee Tech 62 Ky Wesleyan 93, Salem International 67 Lenoir-Rhyne 60, Lander 58 Lindsey Wilson 100, Hamilton 69 Louisiana Tech 68, Denver 60 Louisiana-Lafayette 79, UALR 70 Louisiana-Monroe 65, FAU 64 Louisville 80, Kentucky 77 Maryland 79, Delaware St. 50 Miami-Middletown 82, Thomas More 79

Middle Tennessee 69, FIU 52 NC State 84, W. Michigan 68 North Carolina 79, UNLV 73 Radford 95, Cent. Pennsylvania 68 SE Louisiana 71, Spring Hill 61 South Carolina 76, Presbyterian 60 South Florida 61, George Mason 57 Southern Wesleyan 76, Georgia Coll. 74 Tennessee 51, Xavier 47 Tennessee St. 67, E. Illinois 59 Texas-Tyler 82, Rhodes 71 UAB 83, Northeastern 63 VCU 96, Fairleigh Dickinson 67 Valparaiso 66, Murray St. 64 W. Kentucky 70, North Texas 64 MIDWEST Ashland 95, Ohio Christian 63 Baker 82, Harris-Stowe 73 Baldwin-Wallace 74, King’s (Pa.) 57 Bradley 67, Drake 57 Cardinal Stritch 75, Purdue-N. Central 52 Concordia (Mich.) 85, Siena Heights 77 Concordia (Moor.) 81, St. Scholastica 59 Creighton 87, Evansville 70 Culver-Stockton 73, William Woods 63 Davenport 91, Goshen 71 Findlay 74, Northwestern Ohio 38 Gustavus 61, Wis.-Eau Claire 47 Hope 96, Aurora 85 Illinois 81, Auburn 79 Kansas 89, American U. 57 Kansas St. 52, UMKC 44 Loras 74, Wis.-Stout 67 Loyola of Chicago 69, DePaul 61 Marquette 75, NC Central 66 Michigan 88, Cent. Michigan 73 Michigan Tech 69, Wis.-Parkside 51 Millikin 78, Rockford 75 Milwaukee 95, Ohio Dominican 80 Minn. St.-Moorhead 63, Viterbo 53 N. Dakota St. 65, S. Dakota St. 62 Nebraska 68, Nicholls St. 59 Oakland 84, IUPUI 62 Ohio St. 87, Chicago St. 44 Penn St. Behrend 60, Otterbein 42 Purdue 73, William & Mary 66 SE Missouri 65, UT-Martin 60 South Dakota 95, Nebraska-Omaha 72 St. Cloud St. 90, Ashford 59 St. Norbert 67, Marian (Wis.) 47 Toledo 74, Ill.-Chicago 55 UMass 64, N. Illinois 59 W. Illinois 62, IPFW 50 Walsh 98, Ohio Mid-Western 61 Wis.-Oshkosh 70, Concordia (Wis.) 62 Wis.-River Falls 79, St. John’s (Minn.) 73 Wis.-Superior 74, St. Olaf 65 Wis.-Whitewter 71, Northwestern MN 61 Wisconsin 87, Samford 51 Youngstown St. 93, Marygrove 52 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 79, Northwestern St. 61 Houston 80, Prairie View 75 Lamar 81, LIU Brooklyn 80 Oklahoma 74, Ohio 63 Sam Houston St. 90, Howard Payne 49 San Jose St. 72, Texas St. 55 Stephen F. Austin 67, Texas A&M-CC 56 Texas 57, Rice 41

Texas A&M 61, Army 55 Texas-Arlington 68, New Mexico St. 47 Utah St. 71, UTSA 67 FAR WEST Arizona St. 68, Coppin St. 52 BYU 97, Virginia Tech 71 Cal Poly 58, UC Riverside 48 Colorado 80, Hartford 52 Colorado St. 80, Adams St. 55 Harvard 67, California 62 Long Beach St. 67, Pacific 63 Montana St. 101, Northwest Indian 70 S. Utah 51, N. Colorado 50 Towson 67, Oregon St. 66, OT Washington St. 74, Idaho St. 39 Weber St. 110, Southwest 45 TOURNAMENT Bojangles Holiday Challenge First Round Hampden-Sydney 99, Huntingdon 54 Randolph 70, Johns Hopkins 48 Dr Pepper Classic Championship Chattanooga 76, Utah Valley 69 Third Place High Point 76, Austin Peay 74 UCF Holiday Classic Championship UCF 66, Belmont 63 Third Round Boston U. 71, Howard 44

Pro football Today’s Games Jacksonville at Tennessee, Noon Carolina at New Orleans, Noon N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, Noon Baltimore at Cincinnati, Noon Cleveland at Pittsburgh, Noon Houston at Indianapolis, Noon Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants, Noon Chicago at Detroit, Noon Tampa Bay at Atlanta, Noon Oakland at San Diego, 3:25 p.m. Arizona at San Francisco, 3:25 p.m. St. Louis at Seattle, 3:25 p.m. Kansas City at Denver, 3:25 p.m. Green Bay at Minnesota, 3:25 p.m. Miami at New England, 3:25 p.m. Dallas at Washington, 7:20 p.m.

College football Bowl scores Saturday Armed Forces Bowl Rice 33, Air Force 14 Pinstripe Bowl Syracuse 38, West Virginia 14 Fight Hunger Bowl Arizona State 62, Navy 28 Alamo Bowl Texas 31, Orgeon State 27 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Michigan State (6-6) vs. TCU (7-5), (n)

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Aundrea Adams led the Lady Warriors with 14 points, with Tyesha Guann earning 12. Kadejhi Long grabbed 13 for Corinth, as Aniyah Powell earned 12 for the Lady Eagles. The Warriors combined for 39 of their 58-point total in the second half, after ending the second quarter with a nine point lead. TCPS 4 6 3 8 — 21 CHS 8 11 20 19 — 58 TUPELO CHRISTIAN (21): Aniyah Powell 12, Summer Williams 5, Molly Golding 2, Claire Golding 2. CORINTH (58): Aundrea Adams 14, Kadejhi Long 13, Tyesha Guann 12, Jayneshia Johnson 4, Jardanna Jordan 2, Tenesha Boyd 2, Tamia Clark 2, Aspen Strickland 2, Sadie Johnson 2. 3-POINTERS: None

(G) S.V. Marshall 44, Alcorn Central 39 The Alcorn Central Lady Bears scored only 13 points in the first half, but they carried a lead over S.V. Marshall 13-3. In the second half Marshall totaled 41 points, surging ahead of Central in the fourth quarter and building an eight-point lead. Central cut the lead to as few as four points, helped by Haley Barnes three two-pointers in the closing minutes. MiCarrie Conway, Nija Head and Shinaris Redmond kept Marshall ahead, the trio earning 20 points between them in the final eight minutes. Head and Conway led both teams with nine points, while Redmond ranked third for the Tigers with 8. Barnes and Kayla Massengill

each earned 8 for the Central. SVMHS 2 1 17 24 — 44 ACHS 4 9 9 17 — 39 S.V. MARSHALL (44): MiCarrie Conway 8, Nija Head 9, Shinaris Redmond 8, Alexis Stewart 8, K. Jackson 7, Brittany Head 2, Bianca Alexander 1. ALCORN CENTRAL (39): Haley Barnes 8, Kayla Massengill 8, Alexis Harmon 6, Lauren McCreless 6, Gwyn Foster 6, Kennedy Hester 5. 3-POINTERS: (SVM) Shinaris Redmond 2, Nija Head, (AC) Alexis Harmon.

(B) Lewisburg 53, Alcorn Central 51 Neither team broke away until the fourth quarter, when Lewisburg earned a 10-0 run against Central to gain a 48-43 lead. Jay Moore provided the answer for Central, draining a 3-pointer with under a minute of play. A turnover by Lewisburg handed the ball back to the Bears, where John Works would tie the game in the final seconds at 48. Lewisburg’s Taylor Kuntz grabbed a quick layup in the opening minute of overtime, and three minutes would tick off the clock before Alcorn Central gained two of their own off another shot by Works. Bailey Smith secured the winning shot, a layup from the left side with seven seconds to play. Gaining possession, Moore drove under the basket for Central with the shot bouncing off the rim as time expired. LHS 10 10 13 15 5 — 53 ACHS 13 11 8 16 3 — 51 LEWISBURG (53): Cody Hanna 15, Colton Freeman 14, Joe Cole 9, Alex Arnold 8, Zack Jorgenson 5, John Tapp 2. ALCORN CENTRAL (51): John Works 19, Ben McIntyre 10, Preston Cline 8, Jonathan Lancaster 7, Jay Moore 7. 3-POINTERS: (L) Hunter Wilson 4, Alex Arnold 2, Zack Jorgenson, (AC) John Works, Jay Moore,

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(G) Hardin County 41, Kossuth 31 Hardin County’s 20-point second half sealed the fate of the Lady Aggies in a 10 point defeat. The Tigers outscored the Aggies in three of four quarters, tying at 11 each during the second quarter of play. In the other three, the Aggies would not escape single digit numbers and the team entered halftime down by 8 points. A fourth-quarter rally gave put Kossuth within striking distance, time expiring before the Aggies could capitalize on their efforts for a win. Marlee Sue Bradley led the Aggies with 8 points, as Rachel Winters and Jordan Dickson tied for second among the team with 7. Morgan Willoughby led the Tigers with 13. Katie Terry also gained double digits for Hardin County with 12 points. KOSSUTH (31): Marlee Sue Bradley 8, Rachel Winters 7, Jordan Dickson 7, Parrish Tice 5, Carleigh Mills 2, Darbi Coleman 1, Baylee Turner 1. HARDIN COUNTY (41): Morgan Willoughby 13, Katie Terry 12, Brooke Casey 6, Scarlet Davis 4, Hannah Reynolds 2, Courtney Simmons 2. 3-POINTERS: (K) Marlee Sue Bradley 2, Rachel Winters, (HC) Morgan Willoughby.

(G) Hardin County 68, Kossuth 31 The Tigers left the tournament with a sweep, getting a 37-point win over the Kossuth Aggies. Justin Mills of Kossuth led

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both teams with 16 points, as Kelley Wardlow and Jonathan Roach of Hardin County earned 15 each. The Tigers totaled 48 points in the second half, after leading by 7 at halftime. Brandon Grayson finished the game with 8 points for the Aggies. Dustin Wilkeson racked up 8 points as well for the Tigers. HCHS 15 11 21 27 — 68 KHS 8 11 6 6 — 31 HARDIN COUNTY (68): Jonathan Roach 15, Kelley Wardlow 15, Dustin Wilkeson 8, Will Shelton 7, Kendall Atkinson 7, Chris Smith 7, Chase Tarrent 3, John Guyer 2, Grant Johnson 2. KOSSUTH (31): Justin Mills 16, Brandon Grayson 8, Jacob Wilcher 3, Weston Bobo 2, Rick Hodum 2. 3-POINTERS: (HC) Kendall Atkinson, Chris Smith, Jonathan Roach, (K) Justin Mills 2, Brandon Grayson.

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(B) Tishomingo County 71, Tupelo Christian 49   TCHS 13 17 23 18 — 71 TCPS 13 4 7 15 — 49 TISHOMINGO COUNTY (71): Blake Hawkins 20, Hunter Pounders 18, Kyle Wood 7, Austin Smith 6, Tanner Whitacker 6, Stephen McCalmon 5, Chandler Dexter 4, Jackson Haines 2, Jhair Brock 2, Logan Locke 2. TUPELO CHRISTIAN (49): Devin Orr 13, J.G. Lipscomb 12, Luke Hodum 7, Austin Spearman 4, Emory Mullins 2, Ty Lamphere 2. 3-POINTERS: (TCPS) Austin Spearman, J.G. Lipscomb.

(G) New Hope 73, Tishomingo County 27   NHHS 17 24 17 15 — 73 TCHS 8 4 7 8 — 27 NEW HOPE (73): DJ Sanders 20, Moesha Calmes 19, Antonia Jethroe 15, Kristen Phillips 8, Mercedes Mattix 5, Kaitlin Bradley 2, Laclaudia Keaton 2, Gabby Murray 2. TISHOMINGO COUNTY (27): A.C. Griffin 19, Megan Lomenick 4, Tara Hutcherson 2, Annsley McRae 2. 3-POINTERS: None

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Community events Holiday garbage schedule

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The Corinth Street Department will be closed New Year’s Eve and New Year’s day, Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. The Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 regular garbage routes will be picked up Wednesday, Jan. 2; the Jan. 2 regular garbage route will be picked up Thursday, Jan. 3; and the Jan. 3 and Jan. 4 regular garbage routes will be picked up Friday, Jan. 4. ■ The Alcorn County New Year’s garbage pickup schedule will be as follows: Monday, Dec. 31 (New Year’s Eve) routes will run as normal; and Tuesday, Jan. 1 (New Year’s Day) routes will be picked up on Wednesday, Jan. 2 along with

Parks in all 50 states are sponsoring a free guided hike on Tuesday, Jan. 1 (New Year’s day). A trio of Crossroads area state parks are involved in the “First Day Hikes” program. The hikes offer individuals the chance to get outside and exercise along with the opportunity to enjoy nature. Across America, 585 hikes are planned on the first day of 2013. Those interested in the Tishomingo State Park hike should meet at the park’s Loochapola Lodge at 10 a.m. Refreshments will be available at the lodge. For more information about the Tishomingo State Park hike, call 662-438-6914 or e-mail tishomingo@mdwfp.

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state.ms.us Nearby Big Hill Pond State Park and Pickwick Landing State Park in Tennessee are also offering the program. At Big Hill Pond, hikers will begin at Turkey Call Trail Trailhead at 10 a.m. The walk will across the Dismal Swamp Boardwalk and up to the Observation Tower where there will be refreshments and an opportunity for a picnic lunch for participants who bring their own. Following the walk to the tower, hikers can either return to the trailhead for a 3.5 mile total or continue with State Naturalist Randy Hedgepath for an additional 2.5 miles around the Tuscumbia Trail. For more info about the Big Hill Pond event, call 731-645-7967. Hikers at the Pickwick

event will start at the Park Inn. The trail is .7 mile long and is a stroll through the heart of the park. For more information contact Ranger Tim Dudley at: Tim.Dudley@ tn.gov or call the park office at 731-689-3899.

Community blood drive Corinth Walmart will be holding a community blood drive on Thursday, Jan. 3 and Friday, Jan. 4 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. both days. The MBS Donor Coach will be on site. All donors will receive a free T-shirt and a gift card or movie pass (while supplies last). Donors must be at least 17 years old (16 years old with signed parental consent, visit msblood.com for a copy

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Prayer breakfast The American Legion Post 6 is hosting a prayer breakfast every Wednesday at 7 a.m. Sausage, biscuits and coffee will be served. A devotional will be given by a different speaker each Wednesday. The prayer breakfasts are being held at the American Legion Building on Tate St. in Corinth. You don’t have to be a post member to attend. For more information, call 462-5815.

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The Bishop Activity Center is having the following activities for the week of Dec. 31 - Jan. 4: Monday — New Year’s Eve, center closed; Tuesday — New Year’s Day, center closed; Wednesday — jigsaw puzzles, quilting, table games (Dominoes & Rook), washer games and Rolo Golf; Thursday — pet therapy, Corinth Animal Shelter, Bingo; and Friday — grocery shopping at Rogers’ supermarket. Senior citizens, age 60 and above, are welcome and encouraged to attend. Daily activities include crafts, jigsaw puzzles, table games and quilting.

Music & dancing There will be music and dancing every Friday night from 7-10 p.m. at the Guntown Community Center. The “Johnny Cash” type music by Joe Rickman & Friends, along with James Thomas on bass guitar will be featured. Tommy Clark will be playing Jerry

Lee Lewis style rockn-roll on the keyboard. Great songs of Elvis will be sung. There will be snacks, coffee and cold drinks available. Smoke and alcohol free. Admission is $5 to go toward event’s expenses.

‘Just Plain Country’ Just Plain Country performs at the Tishomingo County Fairgrounds in Iuka every Saturday from 7-10 p.m. Good family entertainment.

NEMCC registration Registration is now open for 2013 spring semester classes at Northeast Mississippi Community College. Administrative offices will be closed through Jan. 1 and re-open at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 8 a.m. Registration at the Corinth campus is set for Wednesday, Jan. 2 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Classes on the Booneville and Corinth campuses begin Monday, Jan. 7. The last day to register for both traditional and on-line classes is Friday, Jan. 11. E-learning (on-line) classes are available and begin Monday, Jan. 14. The Northeast Bookstore is located in the Haney Union opens from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For additional information about admissions or financial aid, call 662720-7239 in Booneville or e-mail admitme@ nemcc.edu. Visit Northeast on the Internet at www.nemcc.edu.

Auditions held Corinth Theatre-Arts is hosting auditions for “House at Pooh Corner” and “The Wizard of Oz” (the non-musical), Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 7 and 8 at 4 p.m. CT-A is looking for student actors, ages five to 18.

Exercises for arthritis UT Extension in McNairy County is offering a free Arthritis Foundation exercise class starting Jan. 8, every Tuesday and Thursday for eight weeks. The class will be offered at the Selmer Community Center from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. This class is for arthritis sufferers of all ages and mobility levels. For more information and to register, call UT Extension at 731-6453598.

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Assistance Membership drive A membership drive is currently in progress for the Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society and its old courthouse museum — the Tishomingo County Archives & History Museum (TCAHM). Membership income is vital to the continued progress of the Society, the Museum and historical programs throughout Tishomingo County.  Museums help connect people to ideas — to the past and to the future.   Four levels of membership are available: Regular/Senior, $30 yearly; I Care, $50 yearly; Business, $100 yearly; or Lifetime, $1,000 (once time donation). Members receive four issues of Chronicles & Epitaphs, a history journal, per membership year.  Memberships should be mailed to P.O. Box 273, Iuka, MS 38852. Contributing to the preservation of our local history is also an appropriate use of tax-free donations.

Corps Day-Use Pass The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2013 Annual Day-Use Pass are now available for purchase in the amount of $30 at all Mobile District Lake and River Navigation Project Management Offices. Holders of the Golden Age, Golden Access, Interagency Senior, or Access Passport may buy one 2013 Annual DayUse Pass for $15 with any additional passes costing $30. The pass is valid 12 months from the day of purchase and permits the holder and all accompanying passengers in the vehicle access to boat launch ramps and designated swim beaches at any USACE- operated recreation area. This pass is not valid at USACE campgrounds and facilities reserved for campers. To find the nearest project management office for purchasing the USACE Annual Day-Use Pass, customers may visit Mobile District’s website www.sam.usace. army.mil, and click recreation, or contact 251690-2505.

Support group Corinth “Crossroads”  Multiple Sclerosis Group invites anyone with multiple sclerosis to come meet with them on the third Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at the Mississippi State/Alcorn County Extension Office, 2200 Levee Road, located behind the Crossroads Arena. Contact Joy Forsyth at 662-462-7325 for more information.

Fee increase The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers TennesseeTombigbee Waterway

Project has announced a $2 increase in camping fees to take effect Jan. 1. This increase will affect camping fees at the following recreation areas: Blue Bluff Campground, DeWayne Hayes Campground, Town Creek Campground, Pickensville Campground, Cochrane Campground, Fulton Campground, and Piney Grove Campground. The campgrounds will continue to honor the Federal “America the Beautiful” passes with discounted fees. There will be no fee increase for boat launches or day use. For more information, contact the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Management Center at 662-327-2142. Reservations can be made online at www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777.

the revenue goes back into the community in helping the Lighthouse Foundation. The store is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m.5:30 p.m. ■ Those wanting to donate items to the Salvation Army, 1209 U.S. Hwy. 72 West, whether it be clothing or furniture can call 287-6979. The Salvation Army hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. MondaySaturday. The social service part of the agency is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Post 6 meets Perry Johns Post No. 6, American Legion will hold its regular monthly meeting every second Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall on South Tate St., Corinth, along with the Ladies’ Auxiliary and Sons of Legion Squadron No. 6.

‘Sharing Hearts’ The Sharing Hearts adult care program offers Alzheimer’s Day Care on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 501 Main Street, Corinth. It is a respite day program that provides individual group activities such as arts and crafts, exercise, music, games and therapy and lunch to patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. The purpose of the program is to provide caregivers some free time from care while providing social interaction for the participants. For more information, call Tim Dixon at 662396-1454.

Shiloh museum A museum dedicated to the Battle of Shiloh and area veterans is open next to Shiloh National Military Park. It is located at the intersection of state Route 22 and Route 142 in Shiloh, across from Ed Shaw’s Restaurant. The Shiloh Battlefield & World War II Museum is the home of Honor Our Veterans Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to raising money for projects to benefit area veterans. The museum features items Larry DeBerry has amassed over a lifetime of collecting Shiloh-related artifacts, as well as artifacts from the Korean War, World War II, the Vietnam War — all the way up to the war in Afghanistan. The Shiloh Battlefield & World War II Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. For more information call Larry DeBerry at 731-926-0360.

Thrift stores ■ The Lighthouse Family Thrift Store is located in the Harper Square Mall at 1801 South Harper Road in Corinth. One hundred percent of

Food ministry Bread of Life Ministries is an outreach of the Alcorn Baptist Association Food Pantry — every Thursday from 10-10:30 a.m. at Tate Baptist Church on Harper Road. Announcements and devotionals by various pastors and others are followed by personal attention as well as food distribution. Food donations and volunteers are welcome. For more information, call 731645-2806.

Call for Help A service of United Way of Corinth and Alcorn County, First Call for Help is a telephone service that connects callers with programs in the community available to help those in need. This information and referral program is available to the public, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Knowing what services are available and how to access them is the first step to getting help. For further information, call 286-6500.

Living will The Magnolia Regional Health Center’s Patient Advocate’s Office offers free forms and assistance for those wishing to express their medical wishes through a living will or advanced directive. Anyone interested in learning more should call 293-1117.

Senior activities The First Presbyterian Senior Adult Ministry has two fitness classes available to senior adults. Judy Smelzer leads a stretching/toning class on Mondays at 9 a.m. in the fellowship hall. There is no charge. FPC is also hosting a Wii sports class for senior adults on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. There is no cost to participate. Call the church office at

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Red Cross The Northeast Mississippi Chapter of the Red Cross offers a wide variety of assistance and services, including disaster relief. The Northeast Mississippi Chapter includes 16 counties. It is headquartered in Tupelo, with offices in Tishomingo, New Albany, Starkville and Columbus. Although Red Cross no longer has a Corinth office, the organization wants to stress it continues to offer services in Alcorn County. People seeking disaster assistance in Northeast Mississippi can call the Tupelo headquarters during office hours at 662-842-6101. The tollfree after hours phone line is 1-855-891-7325. The Red Cross’ service line for the armed forces is 877-272-7337. They also offer health and safety training, including first aid, baby-sitting and CPR, as well as disaster training for businesses. To learn more about the Red Cross health and safety training call 1-800-733-2767.

Friendship class The Friendship Class meets weekly on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian Church on Shiloh Road. This group of mentally challenged adults and mentors enjoy sharing time together, games, crafts, singing and refreshments. For more information, call the church office at 286-6638.

Story Hour Pre-school Story Hour is held each Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Corinth Library. Year-round art exhibits are also on display and educational non-profit groups meet in the auditorium monthly. The Corinth Friends of the Library hold their ongoing book sale inside the library. Hardback, paperback and audio books, and VHS and DVD donations to the library are always appreciated. For more information, call 287-2441.

Marines helping Marines “The Few and the Proud — Marines Helping Marines” — a United States Marine Corps League is a visitation program for senior inactive Marines. When a senior inactive Marine is housebound or in a nursing home or hospice, the Corinth detachment will visit fellow Marines — because once a Marine always a Marine. For more information, call 662-287-3233.

Volunteers needed Magnolia Regional Hospice is currently seeking individuals or groups to be trained as volunteers. Hospice is a program of caring for individuals who are terminally ill and choose to remain at home with family or a caregiver. Some of the ministry opportunities for volunteers are sitting with the patient in their homes to allow the caregiver a break, grocery shopping, reading to a patient, craft opportunities, bereavement/grief support and in-office work. For more information, contact Lila Wade, volunteer coordinator at 662-293-1405 or 1-800843-7553.

Program expanded The Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District/ Elderly and Disabled Medicaid Waiver Program has expanded into Alcorn, Prentiss, Tippah and Tishomingo Counties. This home and community based program is an alternative to nursing home placement and can offer services such as homemakers, expanded home health services, home delivered meals, adult day services, escorted transportation, inhome respite and case management. For more information, call 1-800-745-6961 for details.

Flu vaccine available Seasonal flu shots are now available at all Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) county clinics. The seasonal flu vaccine is recommended for anyone age six months and older. Those particularly at risk for influenza complications include young children, adults 50 and older, pregnant women, and those with chronic illnesses. Seasonal flu vaccinations for adults are $25. Those 18 and under can receive seasonal flu vaccinations for $10 through the Vaccines for Children program. High-dosage vaccinations for those 65 and older are available for $50. The pneumonia vaccine is also available for $72. Medicare and Medicaid recipients are asked to bring their cards with them to the clinic. For more information, contact the Alcorn County Health Clinic at 662287-6121 or visit the MSDH website at www. HealthyMS.com.

Genealogy society The Alcorn County Genealogical Society has moved to its new location — the southeast corner of the Alcorn County Courthouse basement in the old veterans’ services office. It is open

Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Support groups ■ The Crossroads Group of Narcotics Anonymous meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon, and at 7 p.m., seven days a week, at 506 Cruise Street in Corinth. All meetings are non-smoking. The Northeast Mississippi area of Narcotics Anonymous Hotline is 662-841-9998. ■ The Corinth Downtown Group AA meets Sundays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 501 N. Main Street, Corinth. For more information for all area AA groups, please call 662-2122235. ■ An Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is held in Iuka at the old Chevy dealership building off old Hwy. 25 each Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Friday at 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common welfare is to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety. The Iuka meeting is an open meeting, anyone who has a problem with alcohol or other substances is welcome to attend. For more information, call 662-660-3150. ■ The Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group in Corinth is partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association Mississippi Chapter. Keri Roaten is the facilitator. The group meets every first Thursday of each month at the Corinth Public Library, from 6-7 p.m. The group discusses the hardships of those caring for people effected by the disease and offer several different resources as well. For more information, contact k_roaten@hotmail. com or 662-594-5526. ■ The “Good Grief” ministry of the HopewellIndian Springs United Methodist Charge is a collaborative effort of both churches and meets every Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the dining room of the Arby’s Restaurant, 706 Highway 72 East, Corinth. The ministry was established to support those who have experienced a devastating life event such as the death of a loved one, diagnosis of a terminal illness or condition, the loss of a spouse or parent through divorce, even the loss of a job or home. The ministry is non-denominational and open to all. There is no cost to attend and no obligation to continue. For more information, call Bro. Rick Wells, pastor of Hopewell and Indian Springs United Methodist Charge and facilitator at 662-5879602.

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12A • Sunday, December 30, 2012 • Daily Corinthian

Reacher rights wrongs in smartly constructed film

Biggersville Beauty Revue

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Winners of the annual Biggersville High School Beauty Revue were (from left) Ansley Burns, Second Alternate; Lawren Rider, Most Beautiful; Taylor Beth Nash, First Alternate.

Jack Reacher, PG13, ****, Tom Cruise, Rosamund Pike, Richard Jenkins, Robert Duvall, Joseph Sitora; Paramount Pictures; Director Christopher McQuarrie; length — 130 minutes Jack Reacher is a former West Point graduate who mustered out of the service to live a life of freedom from responsibility. His physical and mental skills are phenomenal. We all think about what freedom of debt, dependability and travel would be like. Reacher turns his adventures into helping people from being harassed, hurt or in danger. Reacher's Terry character Burns is based on several Movie Critic books by Lee Child. The movie, “Jack Reacher” begins with a former sniper James Barr (Joseph Sitora), being accused of killing several people. Barr writes a brief note to police officers saying, “Get Jack Reacher.” Reacher (Tom Cruise) knew Barr from their time in the army. Having watched the news about the incident, he is already on his way to the scene. The film has several surprises as the story progresses. It will bring to mind the 70s' Charles Bronson vigilante films. In the case of Reacher, he does not look for trouble — trouble finds him. Reacher meets lawyer Helen (Rosaurand Pike). She is going defend Barr, but believes him to be guilty. However, she does not want him to be executed. Reacher begins to look into the evidence. His character is determined to right any wrongs. With a desire to help anyone in trouble who is not guilty, he will not stop at anything until justice prevails. A former military policeman and graduate of West Point Military

Terry Burns’ movie ratings: Playing for Keeps, PG-13, ** Killing Them Softly, R, ***1/2 Life of Pi, PG, ***** Lincoln, PG-13, *****plus Skyfall, PG-13, *****plus Academy, Reacher knows the law. Brains, brawn and brutality mix as he digs deeper into the case. He warns his opponents what will happen if they threaten him with violence. Be assured he is right about the prediction when the fight is over. Sarcasm reins predominately throughout the film. Reacher believes in fairness and equality no matter what he thinks of the person. The film has car chases, fights, and over the top action, but it is entertaining. Cash (Robert Duvall) shows up toward the end of the film to deliver some tough lines and lend a hand to Reacher. “Jack Reacher” was criticized because of the difference in the physical appearance of the Jack Reacher character and Tom Cruise. Do not let this bother anyone familiar with the character in the books. Cruise becomes Jack Reacher with grit and plenty of justice for the bad guys. (Daily Corinthian columnist Terry Burns is technology coordinator for the McNairy County School System. A lifelong movie buff, he can be contacted by email at burns984@bellsouth. net. Terry’s movie grading scale: five-plus stars — as good as it gets; five stars — don’t miss; four stars — excellent; three stars — good; two stars — fair; one star — poor; no stars — don’t bother.)

Don’t wait to prepare for winter weather BY JEFF YORK Special to the Daily Corinthian

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Snow, ice and subfreezing temperatures of winter weather can come with little or no warning, creating minor problems for some and major tragedies for others. The Department of Health wants to remind residents about the importance of planning and preparation to avoid weather-related problems in homes, outdoors or on the road this winter. The three departments urge individuals to prepare with a sense of urgency, because winter weather can be unpredictable and even deadly for those who don’t have a winter emergency plan. “We all need to be ready for power outages, being stranded on the road or being personally prepared when a winter storm hits,” said Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD. “We can’t just hope someone else will arrive to help. There may not be anyone else available to assist us until it’s too late. We all need to have emergency plans and kits in our homes and vehicles, and to be prepared to keep warm and have food and water for ourselves and loved ones for several days.” “We want all motorists to be safe. Before you hit the road, prepare for emergency situations and

be sure to have an emergency safety kit in your vehicle,” said Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons. “Take a cell phone and charger with you so you can easily call *THP for assistance from the Tennessee Highway Patrol.” Here are some suggestions on planning and preparing for winter weather: ■ Keep at least a halftank of gas in your vehicle at all times, and be sure you have an emergency kit in the vehicle. This should include candles and matches; a blanket; food such as energy bars and water; a small shovel; flashlight with fresh batteries; first aid supplies; a charger for your cell phone; ice scraper; gloves and extra clothing. ■ Before traveling, have a mechanic inspect your vehicle to ensure it is road-worthy for winter. This should include a check of the battery, the anti-freeze and tires. Also ask for a check of the exhaust system; a leaky exhaust system could cause dangerous carbon monoxide to enter the passenger compartment. ■ Always tell someone your travel route and when you will arrive and return. Better still, if you don’t have to drive, stay at home or use public transportation.


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Inge’s life tells story of Civil War South BY TOM PARSON NPS Ranger

Col. William M. Inge. Soldier, Statesman, Corinthian. Last week we talked about the captivating Mrs. Florida Augusta Evans Inge. What I wouldn’t give to have been able to have talked to her. She could have told me about Corinth in the war years and during the struggles of Reconstruction. She also could have told me the story of her husband as well. His tale is just as fascinating as hers. He was born in February 1832, in Greene County, Ala., just north of Demopolis. When he was still a little fellow the family moved to Aberdeen, Mississippi and it was there he was raised. His father was a planter and was doing pretty well for himself. He had over fifty slaves and he was able to ship his oldest boy, Samuel, off to the University of Alabama. Samuel took his law degree and ended up in the halls of Congress. Through the offices of his brother the politician, William Inge secured a coveted appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Young William, all of 16 years old, started his studies during the summer encampment of 1848 but was destined for a short stay. William’s father, Francis, died in the first week of December and on the 21st Cadet William Inge resigned from the Academy. He returned to Aberdeen and assisted his widowed mother in managing the plantation. Another brother, John, had a law practice in town so it was up to young William to keep the family solvent. Eventually he too passed the bar and became a

Col. William Inge and his wife, Florida Augusta Evans Inge, sit for a photo. lawyer, moving with his young wife Florida to the new city of Corinth. William and Florida, or Augusta as she was often called, built their home “Rose Cottage” on Fillmore Street next door to a colleague, Judge William H. Fitzpatrick. When the war broke out each raised a company of troops for the new Confederacy. William Inge recruited a company of cavalry known as the “Tishomingo Rangers,” and was elected their captain. One afternoon the company was invited to drill on the lawn of the Corona College and midway through the exercise a halt was called. Miss Lucy Irion, a student at the school, presented Captain Inge with a silken, hand painted banner for the company to carry into battle.

But the call to fight was slow in coming and William was getting antsy. In the early days of the war everyone was convinced the conflict would be over quickly and nobody wanted to miss out on the “fun.” With no prospects of action, William resigned his position with the Rangers and enlisted as a private in the 12th Mississippi Infantry. His days as an enlisted man were few and he was soon given a lieutenant’s commission and given the job as regimental adjutant. An adjutant was the equivalent of a military secretary and the man selected for the position was usually chosen for his ability to write with a steady hand. He was later promoted to captain and then again to major. The regiment was

Music project aims to keep Civil War era stories fresh BY JEFF MARTIN Associated Press

ATLANTA — Blood once soaked the soil of battlefields that have since been covered up by skyscrapers and commuter train stations in Atlanta, strip malls in Nashville and farm fields and forests across the South. Now, 150 years after the American Civil War, two musicians are trying to keep that history from being lost in the new landscape. The women, who write about Civil War clashes and those who fought them, are recording videos on the battlefields that inspired their songs. “The whole point is to make sure these stories are kept alive, that they’re not forgotten,” said one of the artists, Vanessa Olivarez. She and Elizabeth Elkins, whose band is Granville Automatic, have worked with the nonprofit Civil War Trust, the National Park Service and others on the project. A key goal, they say, is to raise awareness of what happened during the war and to help preserve the battlefields, which some consider sacred ground. The women shot one of the videos earlier this year at Glorieta Pass, N.M., the 1862 battle that became known as the Civil War’s “Gettysburg of the West.” Other battlefields that set scenes for their songs of soldiers, horses and ghosts include Franklin in Tennessee; Gettysburg in Pennsylvania; and Antietam in Maryland. Some of Granville Auto-

matic’s songs paint haunting scenes of sorrow, such as the time when mothers and daughters of soldiers used lanterns to search a battlefield at night for their loved ones, who had just fought at Horseshoe Ridge near Chattanooga, Tenn. The band drew inspiration from the hundreds of lanterns that lit the mountainside to write “Lanterns at Horseshoe Ridge” about that page of history from 1863. Other songs tell tales of perseverance. “Carolina Amen” recounts the story of a Southern bride who prays, “wedding band and her hand on her heart,” for her husband who is away fighting fierce battles in Virginia. “We want to keep those real personal stories alive,” Elkins said. Elkins and Olivarez perform across the country and divide their time between Nashville and Atlanta. The Georgia city inspired their song “Copenhill,” about the Battle of Atlanta when the city was burned by Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s Union army. The song recalls how Sherman watched from Copenhill, the site of the present-day Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, as flames lit the sky over Atlanta. Thousands died on ground now covered by a commuter train station in Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood. The project gained momentum in January 2012, when Elkins and Olivarez spent time at the Escape To Create artist residency

program in Seaside, Fla. They’ve also developed a multi-media presentation for schools. The band is named after a rare, vintage typewriter designed by Bernard Granville that dates to the 1890s, when it was produced by the Mossberg & Granville Manufacturing Co. in Providence, R.I. The company’s typewriter production came to a halt in 1900 due to a machinist union strike, and it declared bankruptcy shortly after that. Musicians have played an important role in raising awareness of Civil War history, said Mary Koik, a spokeswoman at the Civil War Trust. Country music star Trace Adkins ended up joining the nonprofit’s board of trustees after calling the organization and speaking to a receptionist a few years ago, Koik said. “He just called and said ‘Hi, my name is Trace Adkins and I’m a country and western singer,” Koik said. “He said ‘I think what you guys do is great, how can I get involved?”’ Adkins has ancestors who fought in the war, Koik said. Elkins also has relatives who fought, and their stories have been passed down through generations of her family, she said. Those personal accounts, and a desire to save battlefields from being forgotten or lost to development, fuel Granville Automatic’s songs, Elkins said. “To me, it’s so important that these stories get carried on,” she said.

transferred to Virginia but missed the fighting at the battle of Manassas by a couple of days. The following spring, Captain Inge took a furlough and was at home in Corinth as the Confederate army was being assembled prior to the Battle of Shiloh. As luck would have it, William’s former brigade commander, Gen. Charles Clark, had recently been transferred to the west and assigned to the command of a division. William volunteered to serve as Clark’s aide in the upcoming campaign. Because his duties kept him busy at Clark’s headquarters, William was not at home as much as he had planned. His visits with Florida and their three children were frequently interrupted with military business.

The home was an active place, however, as Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, the army commander, accepted the Inge’s invitation to use it as his own headquarters. A dazed Captain Inge returned to his home on the 8th of April. During the fighting at Shiloh his horse had been killed and fallen on top of him. He was filthy, bruised, and battered and very glad to be home. In his parlor he found the body of Gen. Johnston lying in state and learned his wife had been the one to prepare the body for burial. After a short recuperation William was back in Virginia where he was promoted out of his regiment and given the duties as adjutant to the brigade. He participated in the heavy fighting of the Seven Days Campaign and was commended for his performance at the Battle of Malvern Hill. Col. William Barksdale praised him in his official report stating, “He was prompt in the execution of all orders, and constantly exposed to the severest fire of the enemy’s guns in directing the regiments into battle.” A short time later Major Inge was back in Mississippi with orders to recruit a battalion of cavalry. In an interesting twist, his former company was added to his command and soon he was at the head of two companies. The battalion was busy for the next year in any number of raids and counter-raids in North Mississippi. They were present at Collierville, Tenn., on the 8th of October, ’63, when a Confederate cavalry force nearly captured Gen. Sherman who was on an inspection

trip to Corinth. By spring of the next year Inge had been promoted to Colonel and his command was deep in Georgia trying to keep Sherman out of Atlanta. Near the end of the conflict his 12th Battalion was near Selma, Ala., in a hopeless attempt to stop a Union raid deep into the state. At the close of the war William Inge returned to “Rose Cottage” in Corinth and found the place had been nearly gutted. The furniture was replaced, the walls repainted, and William resumed his law practice. In the course of time he was elected as a judge and built another home in Corinth called “Ingeheim.” Eventually the Inge’s moved to Jackson as William took on the duties as a state representative and later as the Speaker of the House. William was presiding over a joint session of the Mississippi Legislature on March 10, 1884, when former Confederate President Jefferson Davis made his last public address. Davis was thin and frail and leaned on William’s arm as he mounted the podium. Mrs. Inge was present and wrote, “President Davis arose, leaning on the Speaker’s desk. His words were scarcely audible, but in a few minutes they were so clear and distinct that they filled every niche and corner of the dear old hall. ‘I still have the interest of my home State at heart, and as long as this heart shall beat will continue to hold her interest sacred above all else.’” The words could have well come from Judge Inge. He loved Mississippi dearly and passed away in his home at Corinth in November of 1900.

Museum provides education about Lower Mississippi River region BY EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press

VICKSBURG, Miss. — The Lower Mississippi River Museum uses hands-on displays to help people understand the lore and power of the waterway that has shaped North American life for centuries. The Mississippi and its tributaries drain 41 percent of the U.S. and parts of Canada, comprising the world’s third-largest watershed. The portion called the Lower Mississippi runs about 1,000 miles, from Cairo, Ill., southward past New Orleans. The museum, on a hill in downtown Vicksburg, Miss., opened in August and was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. So far, it has attracted more than 2,000 visitors most months. Admission is free. “The only thing we charge people with is that they learn something when they come in,” said museum director Sherry Jones. The museum features displays about the 1927 flood that deluged 27,000 square miles and displaced more than 160,000 families from Illinois south. Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas were hardest hit, and a tent inside the museum shows how people lived after being forced from their homes. Interactive kiosks offer glimpses into the lives of people who’ve traveled on or lived by the river for centuries. Maps painted on glass show how the river has

changed course over the years, and visitors can slide maps over each other to compare the differences. A 1,500-gallon aquarium is filled with catfish and other river creatures. A small-scale model shows the confluence of two rivers, and visitors can turn faucets to release water in one river at a time or both rivers at once. It’s possible to flood the valley and its miniature buildings. On an afternoon in mid-December, several employees of the Mississippi Association of Educators toured the museum to explore ideas for school field trips, and the adults played like children. Terri Rounsaville, who works in MAE’s regional office in the northern part of the state, and Jerri McGee, who works in the Jackson office, pressed the screen of an electronic kiosk to learn the stories of a banker, a farmer and a gambler who traveled down the Mississippi River in olden times. They chose different scenarios, with the character traveling in spring or fall, with or without family. In one scenario, a character tried to swim ashore and drowned. “Awww,” McGee said. “How sad is that?” Some MAE employees rubbed crayons across blank pieces of paper over metal plates with reliefs of a catfish, a rabbit or a snapping turtle. Others laughed while creating a flood in the miniature valley. “Kids must love these

things,” Beverly Brahan, MAE’s associate executive director, said to Jones. “School kids and adult kids,” Jones replied. The Mississippi River is a water highway that made Vicksburg strategically important during the Civil War, and the museum touches on the 47-day siege that ended July 4, 1863, when Confederate forces surrendered the city and the Union gained control to the vital port. The muddy river cuts a path through American literature with the works of Mark Twain. Humans have tried to tame the river for decades, with varying degrees of success, and the museum gives information about those engineering efforts. Visitors can wander through the Motor Vessel Mississippi IV, drydocked next to the building. From 1961 to 1993, the Corps of Engineers used the four-level, diesel-powered towboat for its work, and the Mississippi River Commission used it for twice-a-year river inspections — one week in the spring and one week in the fall. In the pilot house on the top deck, people can test their skills as a riverboat pilot on a video simulator that’s the same kind used in real training exercises. The Mississippi River changed its course at Vicksburg in April 1876, cutting across a strip of land called the DeSoto peninsula and leaving Please see RIVER | 2B


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Opportunities look bright heading into new year Recently, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve thought long and hard about putting a forecast in writing pertaining to the economic outlook of our country as a whole for the coming New Year. After deliberating with myself considerably though, I decided â&#x20AC;&#x153;nah.â&#x20AC;? The big media TV news networks do a good enough job as it is dousing the flames of hope without me adding anything to it. Besides, with New Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s day just around the corner, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure everyone would much rather hear something uplifting instead of being drug down by all the craziness going on in the world. So, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll just stick to the script and continue writing upbeat outdoor stories, such as the likes of forecasting the kind of

seasons sportsmen can expect in the near future. Earlier this year I David projected Green optomistic outlooks Outdoors for the new fall hunting seasons, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m happy to report I nailed them all. What few small game hunters Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve run into have had no complaints. Small game populations are in better shape than theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been in years, even though numbers of predator animals are probably at an all-time high. Deer season has been eerily similar to the one last year but slightly better along with an uptick in the

Considering the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recorded record numbers of waterfowl in its yearly survey, the probability of returning to more winterlike weather and the extreme drought which occurred over the summer in the upper Midwest resulting in less food, made it kind of a safe pick to say scores of ducks would once again be flying farther south. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enough dwelling on the past. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s talk about what looks bright heading into the New Year. The best is yet to come for area duck hunters. Recent torrential rains and the bitter cold snap should put lots of new ducks flying over-head. Deer hunters whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve found the hunting tough

number of trophy bucks being taken thus far, just as I predicted. Until recently though, the slightly better season appeared like it was going to be slightly worse. The slow start was, in my opinion, because of a late arriving rut. The white-tail rut seems to have come in about a week to ten days later than normal in most parts of the region. Duck hunters ought to be the happiest of all. After encountering some tough hunting over the last few years, most are finding the quality of waterfowl hunting to be significantly better this time around. In order to have good duck hunting, three things need to be in place. There must be an onslaught of cold weather, adequate water and food.

so far shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t oil the gun and put it away just yet. Lots of big bucks are downed on January days, and considering the rut appears to be coming in late along with food supplies becoming short, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a decent chance the buck youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been after will show up in front of your stand. Oh, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not forget about fishing. Crappie fishing on Pickwick looks like itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to be good again this year. Several anglers have already been making good catches of slab crappie while fishing winter patterns. When this happens according to my own experiences, the fishing is exceptional during spring. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s almost a given that bass fishing on the lake

will be good again. Pickwick has become one of the top bass fisheries anywhere in the country. The outdoors is an avenue many of us use to escape the craziness of the world. And the good news about it is, the opportunities for success look bright heading into the New Year. Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hoping your New Year rings in with a blast! (Daily Corinthian columnist and Alcorn County resident David Green is an avid hunter and fisherman in the Crossroads area. Anyone wishing to share their own unique outdoor story or have any news to report pertaining to the outdoors, David can be contacted at dgreen_outdoors@yahoo.com.)

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the city without a river port. In 1902, the Corps of Engineers diverted the Yazoo River into the old Mississippi River bed near downtown Vicksburg, creating the Yazoo Diversion Canal. The Lower Mississippi River Museum sits near the Yazoo Diversion Canal, not the Mississippi River itself â&#x20AC;&#x201D; perhaps a fitting choice for a museum that touts the massive work of the Corps. Museum employees say itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no surprise that the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s construction was delayed when the Mississippi River flooded in 2011, rising near the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s perch up a steep hill. During the summer of 2012, the river was so low that barges had

trouble traveling up and down the river. Peggy Dudley, a museum employee and longtime Vicksburg resident, said the museum provides perspective about the Father of Waters. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You live around here,â&#x20AC;? Dudley said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;you have a healthy respect for the river.â&#x20AC;?

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Five generations Nellie Faye Milam (from left), great-great grandmother, sits with Olida Smith, daughter; Cammy Cummings, granddaughter; and (in front) Breana Cummings, great-granddaughter holding baby Gage Rickman, greatgreat-grandson.

Sister torn over nephews, spouse DEAR ABBY: My sister, the mother of three boys, is now unable to take care of them. My family is asking me and my new husband to take them in. To me it’s a no-brainer -- something I’d do in a heartbeat. My husband refuses! He says that if we do, we’ll n e v e r Abigail have chilVan Buren dren of our own. Dear Abby I feel like I’m being forced to choose between my husband and my nephews. What would you do? -- PULLED IN TWO IN CINCINNATI DEAR PULLED IN TWO: I’d keep talking to my husband about it, and find out why he thinks that taking in your nephews would prevent you from having children of your own. As a newly married man, he may be feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of having three boys to raise and support — so he can’t imagine having another child with you. Do not let the subject rest until you have the answers to all of your questions. If the reasons are financial, perhaps he’d be more open to the idea if the rest of the family is willing to chip in. If that’s not the case, then

you will have some serious choices to make. DEAR ABBY: I have been with my wonderful wife for 35 years. Friends have said they wish they could have a relationship like ours, but an interloper has come between us, interfering with our ability to communicate. Her cellphone has taken over her life. She’s constantly playing word games with 12 different friends, texting, etc. It starts first thing in the morning and lasts into the night. I returned my cellphone after two weeks when I saw the writing on the wall. My wife and I used to sit together and have nice conversations. Now they are interrupted by weird noises when her phone announces she has another text. I took a friend on a fishing trip to Mexico, and his phone never left his palm. Is this my future? -- MISSING FACE TIME IN ARIZONA DEAR MISSING: Yes, unless you are able to negotiate an agreedupon period of time during which you are your wife’s first priority and her cellphone is turned off. As to your fishing buddy, either accept that he has a new toy, or cast around for someone who is less technology-addicted to join you next time. DEAR ABBY: After two years of dating, my girlfriend, “Noelle,” and

I took a friend on a fishing trip to Mexico, and his phone never left his palm. Is this my future? I have become engaged. I asked for her father’s blessing, and after first telling me he wanted a few weeks to think about it, he said yes. He then complained because he thought I’d ask him “somewhere with less distractions.” (We were at the house, alone. He was sitting on the couch and I was in a chair.) I think he was just looking for something to gripe about. After receiving his blessing, I proposed. Her dad says he’s happy for us, but keeps acting like the wedding is years away. We have set a date for nine months from now, but he won’t even discuss the budget. He

calls Noelle and tells her who he wants her to invite, but seems surprised to find out it costs money. He’s breaking her heart. I am buying a condo, so I don’t have much money available, but I have offered to help as much as I can. It’s killing Noelle to have her father act this way. He is complaining about being forced to take out a loan. Is there anything I can do to get him to realize he’s ruining this for his daughter? -STRESSED-OUT GROOM, REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. DEAR STRESSED OUT: Probably not, but you could relieve the stress on everyone by talking Noelle into a romantic elopement. (Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.)

Miss LeAnne Plymel and Mr. Brian Anglin will exchange wedding vows at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013 at Iuka Baptist Church in Iuka. The bride-elect is the daughter of Ron and DJ Plymel. She is the granddaughter of R.C. Galyean and the late Shirley Galyean and Claire Plymel and the late Olen Plymel. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Perry and Daphne Anglin and Ed and Diana Storment. He is the grandson of Polly Anglin Alford and the late Franky B. Anglin, Sam Haynes and the late Lee Haynes, and Bill and Teresa Storment. Miss Plymel is a 2008

graduate of Alcorn Central High School. She received her psychology degree from Blue Mountain College in 2012. She is presently employed at Timberhills Mental Health Center. Mr. Brian Anglin is a 2001 graduate of Tishomingo High School. He joined the Air Force straight out of high school in November 2001 and was honorably discharged in June 2005. He is presently employed at Boilermakers Local 263. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception which follows.

Today in history Today is Sunday, Dec. 30, the 365th day of 2012. There is one day left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Dec. 30, 1962, the Green Bay Packers defeated the New York Giants 16-7 in the NFL Championship Game; the event was filmed by Blair Motion Pictures, which later became NFL Films. On this date: In 1813, the British burned Buffalo, N.Y., during the War of 1812. In 1853, the United

States and Mexico signed a treaty under which the U.S. agreed to buy some 45,000 square miles of land from Mexico for $10 million in a deal known as the Gadsden Purchase. In 1860, 10 days after South Carolina seceded from the Union, the state militia seized the United States Arsenal in Charleston. In 1903, about 600 people died when fire broke out at the recently opened Iroquois Theater in Chicago.

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Rogers anniversary Collin and Bettie (Wooten) Rogers are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. All family and friends are cordially invited to a reception in their honor today from 2-4 p.m. in the fellowship hall of Tuscumbia Baptist Church, Corinth. They were married on Sunday, Dec. 30, 1962 by the Rev. Oscar Butler. Their ceremony was the first wed-

ding held in the sanctuary of Tuscumbia Baptist Church. The celebration of the couple’s marriage is hosted by their children, Gina and Alan Smith and Robbie Coleman, and their grandchildren, Audriana, Slater, Annaleigh and Darbie. No gifts please. Your presence at this celebration will be their cherished gift.

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‘Girls,’ ‘Homeland,’ ‘Smash’ among year’s best television It’s not easy to narrow down a Top 10 anything for television BY FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer

NEW YORK — What was TV like in 2012? As with every year, it was a mix of the ridiculous and the sublime, the sacred and the profane. A TV-centric political season provided many memorable moments (President Barack Obama’s missing-inaction debate performance; Clint Eastwood’s empty-chair duet). Excellence persevered with series such as HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” and “Treme,” AMC’s “Mad Men,” History’s surprisingly splendid “Hatfields & McCoys,” ABC’s promising new “Nashville,” CBS’ “The Good Wife” and, of course, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” with its icky charm. Then there were stinkers like the best-forgotten ABC sitcom “Work It,” which, focusing on two guys who dress as women to get jobs, was mercifully axed after just two airings. ABC’s “Good Morning America” finally managed to out-fluff NBC’s “Today” and stole the ratings crown. “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” wore on. Bottom line: It’s not easy to narrow down a Top 10 anything for TV. Still, once this year’s thousands of hours are assessed, 10 notable achievements emerge, for better or worse. ■ “Breaking Bad”

(AMC). It’s notable not only for how twisted, funny and shocking it is, but also for how it keeps on upping the ante. This summer’s satisfying miniseason ended in a most unlikely fashion, hinting that Walter White (series star Bryan Cranston) might actually break free from his life of spiraling disaster and resurrect his happy home. But then, in the last scene, Walter’s drug-enforcement-agent brother-in-law made the connection that had always eluded him: the drug lord he’s been chasing all this time is Walter! Once again, the series’ never-broken promise was upheld. Next summer’s final eight episodes aren’t going to be pretty! ■ “Fox & Friends” (Fox News Channel). We could easily salute shows that keep us laughing like “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” ‘‘The Colbert Report,” ‘‘Saturday Night Live” and “Real Time with Bill Maher.” But maybe we could more appropriately single out one obvious wellspring for those shows’ humor. I’m referring, of course, to “Fox & Friends.” With their three-part harmony, co-hosts Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade offer up a unique brand of jovially partisan delivery. Theirs is a seamless, finishone-another’s-sentence knack for issuing the network-designated messages as news. Contrary viewpoints are admissible only to be mocked. But mostly cheerful unity prevails, a tidy singleminded package of riffs as predictable as the tides — but as amusing as any deliberate caricature. Let’s

give credit where it’s due: These Friends cry out to be spoofed. ■ “Girls” (HBO). Lena Dunham this, Lena Dunham that. Blah, blah, blah. She, in her mid-20s, created, wrote, directed, produced and starred in a half-hour comedy series about 20-something adulthood, femininity and sexuality. She sparked adulation, conversation, arguments and green-eyed envy of her talent. “Girls” was a series that couldn’t be ignored — at least, by pop-culture cognoscenti. It will surely be welcomed back in January with even more attention, if possible (with always the threat of a backlash), as viewers resume arguing: Does the series measure up to all the hype? Nuff said. Up to now, indisputably, “Girls” has been monumental. And a gas. ■ “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” (TLC) and “Killer Karaoke” (truTV). Two new reality shows blazed new trails of idiocy. One capitalized on redneck stereotypes and a 6-year-old beauty pageant veteran. The other invited contestants to sing their hearts out while being zapped with electricity or dunked in a vat of snakes. In a TV universe swamped with reality shows, these two stood apart as groundbreaking, inspired and dismaying — if for no other reason than they served as a reminder that each is merely a way station en route to the next extreme in outrageous crassness. ■ “Homeland” (Showtime). In its second season, this series remained suspenseful, disturbing and riddled with surprises. It mined drama

Horoscopes Sunday, December 30, 2012 BY HOLIDAY MATHIS Creators Syndicate

ARIES (March 21-April 19). When you get signs from the universe not to do something but you really want to do it anyway, try to find the bigger person inside you and heed the signs. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You need a way of organizing your time to get the most of these final days of the year. List-making will serve you well. Bonus: When you get it out of your head and onto the page, you’ll sleep better, too. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You will see through the artificial aspects of the world. You’ll realize that you do have time to do what you really want to do if you change your expectations and another person’s, as well. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You’re in an innovative mood, drawn to what hasn’t been done before. Also, you see a real need for new solutions. If anyone can crack the code and uncover the mystery, you can. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Anyone can make the easy, feel-good choice. But is that really the best one? Right now the comfortable choice is being offered out of a desire to control others. You don’t want to be controlled. You’d rather do what’s hard. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You’ll gather sacred knowledge under the guidance of elders. This probably won’t be a mystical process. Rather, it’s simply that experienced people tell you what to do, and you do it. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Get organized in your own head. You’re

after something that you can’t quite put your finger on. Does wanting more make you greedy or ungrateful? No, it makes you human. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). There’s nothing magical about the way you’re going to create a certain outcome. You’re going to get in there and do the work. Figuratively speaking, the dirtier your hands get they more successful you’ll be. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You’ll spend more time on things that really matter, fully aware of how those things often go masquerading as mundane happenings. An attractive someone points the way tonight. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You don’t want more to do, but it has become obvious that a dynamic will not change unless you do something. You’ll take responsibility for a situation and be empowered by the move. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You may be worried about what’s going to slip through the cracks as you try to accomplish everything you want and need to do by the end of the year. Accept that you can’t do it all, and have a little fun. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). People think it’s not easy to be relentlessly positive, but when you truly feel blessed, it’s not hard at all. Someone in your environment will be irresistibly attracted to your positivity. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 30). Maintain a positive self-concept. The care and treats you give yourself lead to good fortune. Stop comparing yourself to your peers. You’re truly in a league of your own.

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from possibly the most damaged pair of protagonists, opponents and star-crossed lovers in TV history. Marine Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) was a prisoner of war in Afghanistan who had returned home a national hero and soon-tobe-elected U.S. Congressman — and, covertly, a terrorist turncoat. Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) was a former CIA agent suffering from a bipolar disorder as well as emotional ties to the man she was obsessed with bringing down. They could have titled this series “Homeland Insecurity.” ■ “Key & Peele” (Comedy Central). The biracial status of comedy partners Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele (black fathers, white mothers) is notable only because it gives them unique insight sizing up the human condition. And they made the most of that insight on their sketch-and-standup half-hour series. In particular, they scored with Peele in an unsurpassed impersonation of Obama where the unflappable president is joined by Key as “anger translator” Luther, who demonstrates, comically unfiltered, what Obama really thinks. But whatever they did, the humor of Key and Peele proved fresh and smart. And without ever preaching, they illustrated how the issue of race (in their words) “always boomerangs back to culture” and ultimately “is an absurd thing.” Doggone funny, too. ■ “Luck” (HBO). This drama set at a California racetrack boasted the rich density of David Milch’s writing and a king’s ran-

som of a cast: Dustin Hoffman, Nick Nolte, Dennis Farina, Jill Hennessy and Richard Kind for starters. It explored a strange and fascinating world while capturing the horse races with breathtaking footage. But three horses died during production of the series. That sad fact, and another — the show wasn’t exactly a ratings blockbuster — led to HBO canceling “Luck” after its first season, in a bow to bad publicity led by animal-rights activists. Amid the hubbub about the horses’ welfare, there was a question no one seemed inclined to ask: Assuming every reasonable precaution had been taken, was risking the lives of a few horses an excessive price to pay to keep an excellent drama series on the air? ■ “Smash” (NBC). This NBC musical drama put a bright, sexy sheen on one of filmdom’s most timeless tropes: Hey, kids, let’s put on a show! Which “Smash” did, embedding songs and dance into the story of how a Broadway musical comes to life. Sure, “Smash” took knocks for unbelievable plotlines, cardboard characters and trite show tunes. It gave new life to the term “hate-watch” (that act of watching something solely to delight in its awfulness). So what? With a showmust-go-on defiance emblematic of Broadway, “Smash” never flagged in its unique charm and meticulous artistry. And if anything about it seemed over-the-top, its naysayers should consider the recent cockamamie real-life fraud that sank the Broadway musical

“Rebecca.” As “Smash” knows and demonstrated proudly, nothing is too wacky for Broadway. ■ “Sons of Anarchy” (FX). Tough guys on motorcycles selling guns and drugs. Tough women keeping them in line, or trying. Rival gangs, corrupt cops and a club membership in turmoil. Jax (Charlie Hunnam), his mother, Gemma (Katey Sagal), and her husband, Clay (Ron Perlman), were the core of a series that, in its fifth season, raged wilder than ever. A family drama set in a hardhitting workplace, “Sons” was bloodthirsty and brilliant like nothing else on TV. Its audience knew what its characters found out: there was no escaping its excitement. ■ Donald Trump (all over the place). Never before has this list bestowed a personal commendation. But then, The Donald is an exceptional TV presence. Whether a game-show host (NBC’s “The Apprentice”), a commentator-at-large (Fox News Channel and elsewhere), a beauty contest impresario (his Miss USA pageant, which is broadcast on NBC), a former almost-candidate for president, or a free-floating billionaire attention junkie, Trump leverages the media with enviable shrewdness. Exactly the nature of Trump’s TV appeal has yet to be identified. Equally unexplained is why he always gets a pass from his media gatekeepers, no matter what he says or does. But why sweat the vagaries of stardom? Trump rules. Or if he doesn’t, he will surely be the last to know it.


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0244 Trucking

Ads may be up to apMisc. Items for prox. 20 words includMERCHANDISE 0563 Sale ing phone number. The ads must be for private party or personal mdse. Household & cannot include pets & 0509 Goods supplies, livestock (incl. ANTIQUE SINGER treddle chickens, ducks, cattle, sewing machine, $350. goats, etc) & supplies, 427-9894 or 802-9285. garage sales, hay, firewood, & automobiles.

TEAM DRIVERS - Olive Branch, Mississippi. Good Miles/Pay/Super: Benefits/Equip./Touch Free Freight, Quarterly Bonus, Pet Friendly! CDL-A, 2 yrs. OTR exp., Lawn & Garden Clean Criminal Background. Call HR 800-789- 0521 Equipment 8 4 5 1 , w w w . l o n g i s t i c s . c o m TROYBILT WEEDEATER w/tiller & brush cutter attachments, $200 obo. Part-time 731-645-0049. 0268

Employment

MOVING SALE!

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OR

HUGE SALE!! OR

ASK ABOUT THESE & OTHER ATTENTION GETTING GRAPHICS!

0142 Lost

REWARD! LOST male black Lab, escaped from pen 12/21, New Hope Rd. area. Friendly. If seen, call 662-665-1102.

GARAGE /ESTATE SALES

Garage/Estate 0151 Sales

*FIREWORKS* 1/2 tent sale price. Inside h e a t e d . A l s o , Garage/Flea Market items. NOW 'til after Jan. 1, 8am-11pm . 504 Old Hwy 45, Guys. 662396-1026.

0232 General Help

WORLD CLASS FIREWORKS!

Best selection & prices. Located across from Hwy 2 & Hwy 72 W LOOK FOR BIG YELLOW BANNERS!

0180 Instruction

MEDICAL CAREERS begin here - Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 877-206-5185. www.CenturaOnline.co m

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

0128 In Memoriam

BRANCH SALES REPRESENTATIVE This job involves direct sales, home inspections, and proposal development; and identifies homeowner needs. Highly motivated individuals with strong problem-solving and communication skills preferred. Six to twelve months of sales experience preferred. As a Terminix associate, you'll enjoy excellent compensation and benefits as well as the opportunity for the professional growth and respect that comes from working for an industry leader. Qualified candidates must have a high school diploma or general education degree (GED), good driving record and successfully pass a background check and drug screening. For consideration, contact Dusty at dhutchins@terminix,co m. EOE/AA M/F/D/V

G&G Steel Team Members Needed G&G Steel Mississippi Works is hiring for the positions of: â&#x20AC;˘Welder/Maintenance/ Fitter/Sandblaster/ Painter If you have initiative, good work ethic, accountability, & are eager to learn & excel at a challenging new responsibility, download application at G&G Steel.com, apply in person at the Tri-State Commerce Park, Iuka, MS, or at the WIN Job Center in Iuka, MS. Prove your ability at interview by hands on/written tests.

ATTENTION DRIVER Trainees Needed Now! No Experience Necessary. Roehl Transport needs entry-level semi drivers. Premium equipment & benefits. Call Today! 1-888-540-7364 DRIVER COMPANY TEAMS It's All True!! GUARANTEED MILES DRIVING NEW EQUIPMENT!! $2,000 Sign On Bonus!! -Paid Holidays! -Benefit Choices! -Vacation! -Incentive Package! Qualifications -1 yr. OTR within last 3 -Doubles Endorsement -Above average MVR -NO Felony convications ever -No DUI/DWI in last 5 yrs, (1) lifetime IT'S ALL HERE!!! 662-996-3586

NOW HIRING! Domino's Pizza now hiring 20 part-time team members. Earn up to $15/hr as a delivery driver. Must be 18 years old, pass background check, have a safe driving record, your own vehicle, proof of car insurance, customer service skills, previous job history with good references for all positions, including Pizza Makers & Customer Service Representatives. Apply in Person, 1102 Hwy 72 E., Corinth (old Kroger & Big Lots).

PETS

0320 Cats/Dogs/Pets

NOW HIRING Delivery Experts Must pass MVR check, have insurance (in your name) & valid driver's license Cash paid daily Hours are based on Performance No phone calls Apply at Papa John's, 2019 Hwy 72 E., Corinth

MAGNOLIA APTS. 2 BR, stove, refrig., water. $365. 286-2256. WEAVER APTS. 504 N. Cass, 1 BR, scr.porch, w/d. $375+util, 286-2255.

Homes for 0620 Rent 2 BR, 1 BA; 3 BR, 1 BA. 287-2014. 2 BR. 1 BA. See 109 Caroline at Bunch for information. 2BR, 1BA, DR, kitchen, LR, carport, deck, util. bldg., refrig., stove, D/W furn., W/D hookup. $350 mo. 286-6300.

Wanted to 0554 Rent/Buy/Trade

LADIES BLACK leather 3 BR, 2 BA, 4246 CR 200. coat, brand Jacqueline $450 mo., $250 dep. 662M&M. CASH for junk cars F e r r a r , b o u g h t a t 603-3891 or 287-6141. & trucks. We pick up. J.C.Penney, size 1x, new 662-415-5435 o r condition, $150. Call 662 Business 0670 Places/Offices 731-239-4114. -286-5216. WILL PAY top dollar for METAL SHOP CART, $100 used Christmas trees. 427-9894 or 802-9285. 662-415-2399, Steve. MILK CHURN with lid & dasher, $50. 662-287Misc. Items for 2845.

0563 Sale

Or mail ad to Free Ads, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835, fax ad to 662287-3525 or bring ad to 1607 S. Harper Rd., Corinth.

Now accepting applications for CDL A qualified full time yard Drivers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10 PM to 6 AM shift M-F. *NO PHONE CALLS INCLUDE NAME New Pay Package PLEASE. with shift & ADDRESS FOR OUR RECORDS. premiums for afternoons, nights and weekends! Home daily. 1 year driving experience required with Yard Driver experience a plus. Good work history and clean MVR a must. Call 1800-837-2241 8AM to 6PM CST for an application and details.

QUILT SCRAPS: Bolts 50¢ yard, Bags 25¢ & 50¢ each. 662-423-6975.

BLDG. FOR RENT: 2 BA's, approx. 1000 sq. ft. Cass St. across from Sherwin Williams Paint store. 662 -665-1795 or 294-5904.

Mobile Homes 0675 for Rent

BURNSVILLE SCHOOLS This conveniently located 4/5BR home with privacy fenced back yard is just off Hwy 72 west of Burnsville. It has so much space for the money & owner will install new floor covering too! Reduced to $74,000. Interested? Don't keep it a secret! Call Corinth Realty & we'll help you have a new home for the new year! 662-287-7653.

HUD PUBLISHERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NOTICE All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discrimination. State laws forbid discrimination in the sale, rental, or advertising of real estate based on factors in addition to those protected under federal law. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

2 BR trailer, Strickland JUST LISTED: Move in comm. 286-2099 or 808- ready 3BR, 1BA on 2.95 2474. AC w/replacement vinyl windows; arch roof; 2 BR, 1 BA, on Clear laminate and tile floors Creek Rd. Water incl., & new CHA. Priced at $225+dep. 662-462-8569. j u s t $ 6 8 , 0 0 0 . P m t s . cheaper than rent, outWANT TO make certain your ad gets attention? TAKING APPLICATIONS: building too. For more Ask about attention 2,3,4 BRs. Oakdale Mo- info contact Corinth Rebile Home Pk. 286-9185. alty, 662-287-7653. getting graphics.

0244

Trucking

Once again we are looking for Drivers at Ashley Distribution Services in Ecru, MS. We deliver to retail furniture stores in TX, AR, LA, AL, GA, FL, SC, NC, TN and surrounding states. Must have a CDL A, at least 1 year OTR experience, good work history and clean MVR/PSP Reports. We pay actual miles driven with stop pay. Home weekly with well - maintained equipment. Paid Safety Bonus and paid vacations with a great benefit package. Make this career change your last one-join the

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8am to 6pm for more information and an application

0114 Happy Ads

Remembering loved ones weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve lost.....

2012

Please send your Memorial (Must be no more than 8 lines (approx. 4 words per line) With photo and payment of

ANTIQUE MIRROR, 32" x 56", gold wood composition frame overlaps NEW HITACHI circular m i r r o r w i t h d e e p saw w/hard case, $65. scrolls/flowers, crown 731-239-8778. at center top, $150. 662287-2845.

Drivers Wanted Yard

IN MEMORIAM in

Machinery & 0545 Tools

Email ad to: freeads @dailycorinthian.com or classad @dailycorinthian.com

WANT TO make certain your ad gets attention? Ask about attention getting graphics.

FARMINGTON AREA, 2BR, 1BA, stove only, $400 mo/$400 dep. 662-2879109

3 BR, stove/refrig. furn., W&D hookup, CHA. 2873257.

Or mail ad to Free Ads, P.O. Box 1800, Corinth, MS 38835, fax ad to 662MARCY PRO exercise 287-3525 or bring ad to work out bench, 7 ft. 1607 S. Harper Rd., Corbar, 70 lb. wt., w/fit- inth. ness bench & equip., like new, $100. 731-632- * N O P H O N E C A L L S 4604 or 731-646-0984. PLEASE. INCLUDE NAME & ADDRESS FOR OUR REMCKEE'S GUN SHOP CORDS. Buy, sell, trade, repair Hand gun safety classes 9 CRYSTAL goblets, cobalt with crystal stems, available for Tn. new in box, from Saladresidents. master, $80. 662-287731-239-5635 2845.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

Real Estate for Homes for 0605 Rent 0710 Sale

Unfurnished 0610 Apartments

Sporting 0527 Goods

FREE ADVERTISING 1 FM hound pups $35; 2 fm adults $75-$100; Dm Advertise one item valroosters $10. 427-9894, ued at $500 or less for free. Price must be in 802-9285. ad & will run for 5 days FREE PUPPIES, mixed, 8 in Daily Corinthian, 1 mos. old, appx. 20 lbs., day in Reporter & 1 day 2 mls, 1 fml. MUST BE in Banner Independent. FENCED IN. 287-6348. Ads may be up to approx. 20 words includFARM ing phone number. The ads must be for private party or personal mdse. Trucking & cannot include pets & 0244 supplies, livestock (incl. chickens, ducks, cattle, goats, etc) & supplies, garage sales, hay, firewood, & automobiles.

NO TOUCH Truckload Division at Ashley Distribution Services! Must have a CDL A, at least 1 year OTR experience, good work history and clean MVR/PSP Reports. We pay .34 to .36 Cents per mile depending on experience with no touch dry freight. 2,850 average Miles Per Week with stop pay. Above average home time, well maintained equipment. Paid Safety Bonus and paid vacations with a great benefit package. Make this career change your last one-join the best! Call 1 -800-837-2241 8AM to 6PM CST for information and an application.

Email ad to: freeads @dailycorinthian.com or classad @dailycorinthian.com

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

$20 to:

Daily Corinthian Attn: ClassiďŹ ed P.O. Box 1800 Corinth, MS 38835-1800 or drop off at: 1607 S. Harper Rd.

ATTENTION!

Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Godparents, Aunts, Uncles or Friends, The Daily Corinthian will be featuring the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Babies of 2012â&#x20AC;? on January 27, 2013. If you or someone you know has had a baby in 2012, we want to feature that baby on this special page. Please send in form below with photo & payment of

$20

Ella Swindle

Born July 9, 2012

Parents: Derek & Lauren Swindle

You may also email to: classad@dailycorinthian.com IN MEMORIAM 2012 WILL BE PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 2013 DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23RD, 2013 AT 5:00 P.M.

Grandparents: Laura Holloway, Rodney & Carolyn Swindle, Danny Holloway Great Grandparents: Ginger Swindle, Linda Harris, Ray Gene & Betty Holloway & Peggy Bizwell

to: Babies of 2012 c/o Daily Corinthian P.O. Box 1800 Corinth, MS 38835-1800 or drop off at 1607 S. Harper Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ Corinth, MS You may also email to: classad@dailycorinthian.com

Babyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name______________________________________________________ Date of Birth______________________________________________________ Parents Name____________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________ Phone #_________________________________________________________ Personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s signature & phone number who is placing ad______________________ ________________________________________________________________ Credit or debit card #________________________________________________

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See Gene Sanders

HAPPY NEW YEAR

AUCTION

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17TH AT NOON

GREEN ACRES RV PARK AND LAND 215 Ziffle Circle Savannah, TN 38372

Since 2007, Green Acres RV Park has been a profitable, full service RV Park with over $80,000 in net revenue in 2011. This is great opportunity for a couple to live and work in a great environment.

Homes for 0710 Sale

PRICE REDUCED for quick sale: This little jewel is move-in ready with hardwood floors, 2 huge BR's, Texas-styled LR, big enough for all your family at holidays! 9 CR 105, now just $49,500. P&I pymt. under $300 if you qualify! Corinth Realty can help. Don't delay! Call 662-287 -7653.

FOR SALE BY OWNER. Tri -Level Home w/basement & shop. 4/5 BR, 3 BA on 2 acres. Great family home. 8 CR 522 (Biggersville/Kossuth). Shown by appointment, 284-5379.

WOW!

WANT TO make certain your ad gets attention? Ask about attention getting graphics.

0503 Auction Sales

NEW YEAR’S DAY ABSOLUTE ANTIQUE AUCTION

SELLING ONSITE IN FIVE TRACTS. TRACTS 2,3,4,5 SELLING ABSOLUTE!

TUESDAY, JANUARY 1ST AT 1 P.M. 245 Hwy 72 E. in Burnsville, MS

Tract 1 - RV Park and Business • Office • 30 x 40, Office Space, Convenience Store, Laundry, Restroom Facilities and Showers • 42 Rentable RV Pads • 36 Additional (partially complete) RV Pads • Swimming Pool (20 x 40) 3 to 5 ft. deep • Playground • Partially Completed Apartments (2) • Passport America Certificate Website

Antique furn., pottery, Civil War memorabilia, WWI & WWII, glassware, cast iron, Steeples antq. Showcase, porcelain signs. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING by auctionzip.com No Buyer’s premium except for Internet Bidding For photos & full details, visit the web americanauctionusa.com

ABSOLUTE! Tract 2 - 8.53 +/- Acres - Includes two ponds, mobile home and great home sites ABSOLUTE! Tract 3 - 5.42 +/- Acres - Includes a pond and great home sites ABSOLUTE! Tract 4 - 2.72 +/- Acres - Home site ABSOLUTE! Tract 5 - 1.8 +/- Acres - Home (partially remodeled)

Property may be viewed at any time. Auction Representative will be on site: SATURDAY, JAN 6TH, 10 TO 3 SATURDAY, JAN 13TH 10 TO 3

Corinth Motor Sales 108 Cardinal Drive just East of Caterpillar - Corinth, MS 662-287-2254 or 665-2462 or 415-6485

Homes for 0710 Sale

CALL KEITH MOORE, AMERICAN AUCTION CO. CELL 731-610-1458 MFL #416, MAL #259

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BUSINESS & SERVICE GUIDE RUN YOUR AD FOR ONLY $200 A MONTH ON THIS PAGE (Daily Corinthian Only 165)

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CHIROPRACTOR

Dr. Jonathan R. Cooksey Neck Pain • Back Pain Disc Problems Spinal Decompression Therapy Most Insurance Accepted Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9-5 3334 N. Polk Street Corinth, MS 38834 (662) 286-9950

FACTORY DIRECT PRICING

All types of Counter Tops. Formica and Granite. We have them in stock and we can do all of the preparations for you.

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

Loans $20-$20,000

BEAUTIFY YOUR KITCHEN FOR CHRISTMAS... It’s very easy and affordable at...

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For This Father’s Day HOLIDAY SPECIAL Big Green Egg - The World’s Finest Outdoor Smoker & Grill! Package deal for December includes everything to start cooking. Large Big Green Egg - Nest (legs) - Mates (Shelves) Plate setter - Baking Stone Baking Stone - Grill Cover Grill natural Cover lump charcoal - 10# - 10# natural lump charcoal

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FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 807 SOUTH PARKWAY • 287-2165 1609 HARPER ROAD • 287-1337 CORINTH, MS

TORNADO SHELTERS • Carports • Vinyl Siding • Room Additions • Shingles & Metal Roofing • Concrete Drives • Interior & Exterior Painting

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FREE ESTIMATES 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE FULLY INSURED 731-689-4319 JIMMY NEWTON

LET US SHOW YOU... Before you buy

PLUMBING & ELECTRIC

kitchen cabinets, let us show you what good quality should cost. Excellent prices. And we have been serving this area for many years.

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

DO YOU BELIEVE? Write your letter to Santa and Tell him what you want for Christmas and he will send You a personal letter Addressed specifically to YOU! For more details: www.corinththeatrearts.com

December Special Bill Phillips Grill to Package Sand & Gravel Hwy 2 West makePrice the 1299 Sale (Marshtown) 12 Months Same As Cash ultimate cookout! $1,099 Corinth, MS 38834 With Approvedsummer Credit Lay-A-Way Now For Christmas!

HOME REPAIRS

Crushed Lime Stone (any size) Iuka Road Gravel Washed gravel Pea gravel Fill sand Masonry sand Black Magic mulch Natural brown mulch Top soil “Let us help with your project” “Large or Small” Bill Jr., 284-6061 G.E. 284-9209

Large full size 6x12 tall x 6’9” concrete

SOUTHERN HOME SAFETY, INC. TOLL FREE 888-544-9074 or 662-315-1695

www.southernhomesafety.com

• Bucket Truck Service • Backhoe

662-396-1023 JASON ROACH-OWNER R 1159 B CR 400 Corinth, MS 38834

NEED NEW CABINETS? Very affordable at our modern cabinet mfg. plant. All wood construction. Numerous styles. Prefinished and ready for fast installation. Buy Factory Direct!

Smith Cabinet Shop 1505 South Fulton Dr. Corinth (Industrial Park) 662-287-2151

SELDOM YOUR LOWEST BID ALWAYS YOUR HIGHEST QUALITY

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

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Daily Corinthian • Sunday, December 30, 2012 • 7B

0515 Computer

iPad2

Tomlinson Computers, Inc. 1604 S. Harper Rd., Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-5158

Used PC with new LCD monitor starting at $250

Store hours Monday-Friday 8-5

662-287-5158 ph. 662-287-6187 fax

xINCOME TAX

Income Ta

Holder Accounting Firm

1407-A Harper Road Corinth, Mississippi 38834 Kellie Holder, Owner There are several changes to our taxes for 2012. Our staff is ready to help you. Open year-round. Thank you for your business and loyalty. Telephone: 662-286-9946 Fax: 662-286-2713

SALE - SALE - SALE Model Displays Must Go! New Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA homes starting at $43,500 Single Sections start at $29,500 Clayton Homes Hwy 72 West, Corinth, MS 1/4 mile past Magnolia Hospital

FABULOUS DOWNTOWN Corinth location, north of City parking lot. 2 stories with full balcony, 2200 +/- sq. ft. down plus upstairs with front & back stairway. Priced at $169,500. For your confidential inquiry, call Corinth Realty, 662-287-7653.

Manufactured

• Laptop Computers $399 • HP all-in-one PC $519 • LCD Monitors • Desktop PC starting at $499

While supplies last.

Income 0773 Property

0747 Homes for Sale

XBOX 360 Games FIFA2013 $40

iPad2 16GB White $399

Mobile Homes 0741 for Sale

SPECIAL PURCHASE 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath ENERGY STAR PACKAGE $28,995 2x6 Walls Vinyl siding, Shingle roof, Appliances, Underpinning & More!!! (Limited Offer) WINDHAM HOMES 1-888-287-6996

JUST LISTED: Fourflex. Each unit has 4/2/1 & 758 sq. ft.! Recent upgrades include roof, cabinets, flooring, & so much more! Walking distance to downtown Corinth. Great cash flow & priced at just $75,000. Call Corinth Realty, 662287-7653.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

TRANSPORTATION

0868 Cars for Sale

HOME SERVICE DIRECTORY

(LIKE NEW) 2012 HyHandyman undai Sonata, Car-Fax, 1 owner, low miles. HANDYMAN'S Home (EXTRA CLEAN) '04 Ford $16,980. 662-554-3400. care, anything. 662-643 Expedition, great shape, (LIKE NEW) 2012 Kia Op- 6892. rear air, DVD, 3rd seat. tima, white, car-fax, 1 $9,980. 662-554-3400. owner, low miles, lots Home Improvement of options. $17,980. 662& Repair BUTLER, DOUG: Founda1 9 9 5 M I T S U B I S H I 554-3400. Montero LS, 4x4, $2,980. ( M U S T S E E ! ) 2 0 1 2 tion, floor leveling, 662-554-3400. Chrysler 300 Limited, bricks cracking, rotten basements, loaded, Car-Fax, very w o o d , low miles, like new, shower floor. Over 35 Trucks for 0864 Sale back-up camera, much yrs. exp. Free est. or more!! $24,980.00. 662- 7 3 1 - 2 3 9 - 8 9 4 5 662-284-6146. (PRICED TO SELL) 2005 554-3400. Ford Ranger Edge, ext. Storage, Indoor/ cab, pwr. equip., trailer (MUST SEE) 2012 Kia OpOutdoor hitch, $8980. 662-594- tima, Like New, HandsFree Communication, 3400. AMERICAN BlueTooth, low miles, MINI STORAGE $17,980. 662-554-3400. 2058 S. Tate (SHARP) 2003 Ford Across from Ranger Edge, Flareside, 1994 LINCOLN Town Car, World Color ext. cab, pwr. equip. highway miles, leather, 287-1024 $7980. 662-554-3400. good tires, $2980. 662554-3400. MORRIS CRUM MINI-STORAGE 0868 Cars for Sale FINANCIAL 286-3826. (EXTRA CLEAN) 2012 Nissan Altima, low miles, PROFESSIONAL car-fax, one owner, LEGALS SERVICE DIRECTORY $14,980. 662-554-3400.

Sport Utility 0856 Vehicles

TAX GUIDE 2013

Free Electronic Filing with paid preparation. Fully computerized tax preparation. Office hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-8pm Sat. 9am-5pm • Sun. By appt. only 2003 Hwy 72 E, Corinth, 662-286-1040 (Old Junkers Parlor) 508 W. Chambers St., Booneville, 662-728-1080 1210 City Ave., Ripley, 662-512-5829

Advertise Your Tax Service Here for $95 A Month Call 287-6147 for more details

Advertise Your Tax Service Here for $95 A Month Call 287-6147 for more details

Advertise Your Tax Service Here for $95 A Month Call 287-6147 for more details

Advertise Your Tax Service Here for $95 A Month Call 287-6147 for more details

0840 Auto Services

GUARANTEED Auto Sales 470 FARM/LAWN/ GARDEN EQUIP.

BUSH HOG 61” ZERO TURN, COMMERCIAL, 28 HP KOEHLER, 45 HOURS, NEW

$6900 662-728-3193

804 BOATS

16’ Aqua bass boat 70 HP Mercury, 4 seats, trolling motor,

$3,500 $4,000 662-287-5413 662-287-5413.

or cell 284-8678

868 AUTOMOBILES

2000 Saab, 9-3 Convertible. 123,000mi. GREAT FUN CAR.

$2200 OBO. 662-396-1333

ALUMA CRAFT 14’ BOAT, 40 H.P. JOHNSON, TROLLING MTR., GOOD COND., INCLUDES TRAILER,

8901 OR EMAIL FOR PICS TO

3000 series, new rear tires & tubes $

4000

662-750-0607

Exc. cond., 1-family owned, 141,000 miles. $3100. 662-415-8682

99 CADILLAC DEVILLE

804 BOATS

New Toyo tires, good cond., black w/leather interior. Asking $3250 obo. 662-415-3976

‘90 RANGER BASS BOAT 361V W/MATCHING TRAILER & COVER, RASPBERRY & GRAY, EVINRUDE 150XP, 24-V TROL. MTR., 2 FISH FINDERS, NEW BATTS., NEW LED TRAILER LIGHTS, EXC. COND.,

$7,900.

662-808-0113.

1984 CHRYSLER LEBARON convertible, antique tag, 39,000 actual miles.

$5000 286-2261

662-462-8391

REDUCED

287-1213 AFTER 4 P.M. REDUCED!

‘65 FORD GALAXIE 500,

1996 LINCOLN TOWN CAR

$1,950

$3,000

AYLASISCO@GMAIL.COM

1959 Ford diesel tractor

rebuilt trans., tool box, wired for elect. brake trailer

305 ENG., AUTO., PS, PB, AC, NEEDS PAINT, READY TO RESTORE, DRIVEN DAILY.

731-610-

868 AUTOMOBILES

1992 FORD F-250

1985 1/2 TON SILVERADO

$1200 OBO OR WILL TRADE.

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

4dr sedan, 390 Eng., 4 bbl. carb, no broken glass, good paint, good tires, cast alum. wheels, new brake sys., everything works exc. clock, fuel gauge & inst. lights,

$2500 731-439-1968.

2009 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4-dr., 41,000 miles, dark blue ext. & gray int., 4 cyl. auto., CD/ XM radio, 36 mpg. payoff is

$11,054

731-610-7241

2002 Chevrolet Z-71,4-dr., 4W.D., Am.Fm cass./CD, pewter in color, $6200. 662-643-5908 or 662-643-5020

2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Van, too many extras to list, good travel or work van, will trade or sell. Reduced to

$2,300

662-287-1834.

1987 Honda CRX, 40+ mpg, new paint, new leather seat covers, after market stereo, $3250 obo.

340-626-5904. 864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

1991 Ford Econoline Van, 48,000 miles, good cond., one owner, serious interest. $6500 287-5206.

Advertise your CAR, TRUCK, SUV, BOAT, TRACTOR, MOTORCYCLE, RV & ATV here for $39.95 UNTIL SOLD! Ad should include photo, description and price. PLEASE NO DEALERS & NON-TRANSFERABLE! NO REFUNDS. Single item only. Payment in advance. Call 287-6147 to place your ad. 864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

864 TRUCKS/VANS SUV’S

816 832 832 RECREATIONAL MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/ VEHICLES ATV’S ATV’S

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

$13,995

662-286-1732

2005 Chev. Silverado 92,500 miles, 8’ bed, bed liner, bed cover.

$10,500.

662-223-6654

2004 Ford F350 work truck, V10, underbed tool boxes, towing package, DVD. $8600 obo. Truck is in daily use. Please call for appt. to see,

340-626-5904.

2004 DODGE RAM 1500 V-8, QUAD CAB, GREAT COND.

$9000

CONTACT 662-603-1407.

2000 Ford F-350

super duty, diesel, 7.3 ltr., exc. drive train, 215k miles, exc. mechanically w/body defects.

2007 Franklin 36 ft. camper, fully furnished, washer/ dryer, A/C, 2 slideouts: Sits on 2 private acres w/ playground, CABIN INCLUDED, fully furnished, lots of extras. $55,000.

662-664-3538.

662-643-3565 or 415-8549

‘10 Nissan Pathfinder

2006 Wildcat 30 ft. 5th wheel

$7800.

very low mi-29,140, 3rd row seat, black w/gray int, very nice & below Kelly Blue Book value. $16,750. Call Gina Brown at

731-439-2363 Tow. pkg. incl, great gas mi. for lg. SUV.

camper, 2 slides, fiberglass ext., awning, holding tanks, full sofa sleeper, refrig., micro., glass shower, recliner, sleeps 6,

$18,500

2000 Custom Harley Davidson Mtr. & Trans., New Tires, Must See

$10,500 $9,500 $12,000

662-415-8623 or 287-8894

stick, camouflage, 186,200 miles (mostly interstate driving), runs good. $3000 obo.

662-607-9401

Luxury V-8 Lone Star Dodge P/U, 19.5 mpg w/low miles, 52k, 2x4 2005 Model Quad Cab, SLT w/PS, PL, AC, CD. A great Buy @

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

731-212-9659 731-212-9661.

2012 STARCRAFT CAMPER fiberglass, 18 ft. bunkhouse launch, wt. 2,750 lbs, 26 gallon freshwater tank, cargo carrying capacity-895 lbs, gray & black water tanks, cable ready.

$11,000

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

$3000 662-603-4786

662-396-1390.

1967 CHEVY Needs paint & body work $4000. 504-952-1230

816 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

2008 NISSAN ROGUE S

Cruisemaster Motorhome by Georgieboy, 1997 GM 454 ci chassie, 37’ with slider, 45,000 miles with white Oak interior. $19,500. 662-808-7777 or 662-415-9020

2003 Kawasaki Mule 3010 Bench Seat, Tilt Bed, Well Maintained, 4 Wd, Good For Hunting & Farm.

$5500

731-376-8535

$12,900

662-287-6613

$12,980. Call 731-239-9226.

4x4, Pwr. DL & Windows, Exc. Cond., Too Many Extras To List

$4500 OBO.

731-239-5770 OR 662-808-8033

2005 AIRSTREAM LAND YACHT 30 ft., with slide out & built-in TV antenna, 2 TV’s, 7400 miles.

$75,000. 662-287-7734

2007 HORNET CAMPER

27 ft., bought new, 5200 lbs., bunk beds in back, full sized bed in front. Kept in shed.

$9200.

662-808-0653

WITH EXTRAS, BLUE, LESS THAN 1500 MILES,

$1850

662-287-2659

78,000 original miles, new tires.

$4500

662-284-9487

662-660-3433

leave message or text

2001 HONDA REBEL 250

1500 Goldwing Honda

Excaliber made by Georgi Boy

1979 30’ long motor home, new tires, Price negotiable.

Black, 42K miles, new tires, excel. cond.

1995 DODGE RAM 1500

11,000 MILES, IMMACULATE CONDITION, $7500 662-415-5137 OR 662-286-9432.

2004 KAWASAKI MULE

1996 FORD F150 4X4 ‘96 Challenger Radical One Pro Bass Boat, 130 HP Johnson, 24v motorguide trol mtr., onboard charger for all 3 batteries, Hummingbird Fish finder, good trailer w/new tires, looks good for ‘96 model & runs good. $4500 obo. 662-286-6972 or 415-1383.

2001 Harley Wide Glide,

662-223-0056.

2000 DODGE CARAVAN,

$1500. 731-645-0157 AFTER 4 P.M.

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“New” Condition

’04 HONDA SHADOW 750

215-666-1374 662-665-0209

662-603-4407

2005 HONDA ATV TRX 250 EX

$1995

$

3900


8B • Sunday, December 30, 2012 • Daily Corinthian

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Daily Corinthian • Sunday, December 30, 2012 • 1C PROCEEDINGS OF THE ALCORN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NOVEMBER (1) Approval of Minutes of October 12, 2012. (2) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through November 5, 2012 (October 12, 2012 – November 5, 2012). (3) Approval of Minutes of Joint Meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Corinth, Mississippi and the Board of Supervisors of Alcorn County, Mississippi – Monday, September 24, 2012. (4) Doug Mullins – Warden – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (5) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Termination of Taylre Ford. (6) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Termination of Josh Burress. (7) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Position of Terry Burcham. (8) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Mark Tate. (9) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Sherry Reynolds. (10) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Robert Todd. (11) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Deanna Stroud. (12) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Change of Status for Jonathon Baswell. (13) Authorization to Hire George Chip McCoy – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (14) Authorization to Hire Robert Pittman – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (15) Authorization to Hire Jesse Hurst – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (16) Authorization to Hire Daniel Noisier – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (17) Authorization to Increase Pay of Monica Heavens – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center. (18) Shelly Hopkins – Juvenile Detention Center Report. (19) Shelly Hopkins – Juvenile Detention Center – Termination of Becky Null. (20) Authorization to Hire Darlene McKewen – Juvenile Detention Center. (21) Authorization to Hire Gloria Huggins – Alcorn County Veterans’ Affairs Office. (22) Authorization to Hire Lynn Carman – Alcorn County Veterans’ Affairs Office. (23) Bid Opening – One (1) Used Bulldozer. (24) Authorization to Declare Property Salvage and Remove from Inventory. (25) School Bus Turnaround – Lelon Elam, 59 CR 647, Corinth, MS 38834 – 4th District. (26) Observance of Veterans’ Day – Monday, November 12, 2012. (27) Wanda Christian – Authorization for Payment of County’s Portion to Cook Coggin Engineers, Inc. for Engineering Services 5-8730 – Alcorn County DIP Grant (CAT CDBG Road Improvements). (28) Northeast Regional Library – William McMullin – Letter of Thanks for the FY 2013 Allocation. (29) Notification from Mississippi Development Authority – Monitoring Response concerning HOME Project - #1258-M96-SG-280-981 – Homebuyer Assistance Program-Alcorn County Board of Supervisors – The corrective action, in response to the monitoring report from MDA, is adequate. (30) Authorization to Pay Invoice No. 813 and Invoice No. 853– Clayton O’Donnell, PLLC – Project Pulse and Project Shiloh. (31) Joint Appointee to Magnolia Regional Health Center Board of Trustees – Myrna McNair – Term Expires November, 2012. (32) Clean Out of a Portion of the Hatchie River, Alcorn County, MS (PN 02-1202-019)- This was addressed on May 21, 2012. Local Cooperation Agreement, Right-of-Entry Attorney’s Certificate and Temporary Easements – Documents were mailed to Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District on October 30, 2012. (33) Notification from The Department of Revenue Homestead Exemption Division – Disallowances to Homestead for the Year 2011 have been Reversed – John Warren Henson, Justin D. Doren and Samuel Watson. (34) Notification from The Department of Revenue Homestead Exemption Division – 2011 Disallowance of Homestead Exemption cannot be Reversed – Edward H. Ahlmeyer, James L. Irvin, James Larry Doran, Mary Sue Humphries. (35) Additional Clerk’s Certificate of Tax Loss. (36) Office of State Aid Road Construction – Annual Maintenance Inspection. (37) Authorization to Pay Invoice #245041 – Mitchell, McNutt & Sams, P.A. – KC Road Matters. (38) Authorization to Pay Invoice - Alcorn County – Alcorn County Regional Justice Center – Revenue Account Requisition No. 12. (39) Action on Bid for One (1) Used Backhoe – Previously Received October 18, 2012. (40) Authorization to Reimburse Jail Fund for JDC Meals. (41) Request from Corinth Area Arts Council. (42) Arena Employees Benefits Election. (43) 911 Committee – Temporary Re-Appointments. (44) Authorization to Advertise for Food Service at Jail. (45) Alcorn County Farmer’s Market Vegetable Shed. (46) Authorization to Change Lamar Mitchell to Full Time – 3rd District. (47) Authorization to Hire Alvin Judd – 4th District. (48) Corinth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau – Appointment of Board Members. (49) Old County Jail – Demolition and Renovation. (50) Grant Application – Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund (EMSOF). (51) Joe Caldwell – Notification that Board Must be Present on Election Day, November 6, 2012, and on November 7, 2012. (52) Request for Executive Session. (53) Next Board Meeting Set for November 16, 2012. (54) Approval of Minutes of October 18, 2012 Special Meeting. (55) Approval of Financial Report and Payment of Claims through November 16, 2012 (November 5, 2012 – November 16, 2012). (56) Sheriff Charles Rinehart – Recognition of Officer Heath Thomas as VFW Officer of the Year. (57) Rene Anderson and Cindy Bull – CR 274. (58) Corinth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau – Appointment of Luke Doehner. (59) Corinth Area Convention and Visitors Bureau – Appointment of Phil Little. (60) Reminder of Public Meeting – District 3 and District 5 – Monday November 19, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. – Pre-application/Application currently on file with the United States Department of Agriculture/Rural Development for Federal Financial Assistance to Acquire Equipment in each District. (61) Request from Joey Sledd with Ayrshire – Letter from Board of Supervisors stating value of Building for Insurance Purposes. (62) Delinquent Tax Settlement – October, 2012. (63) 2011/2012 10% CAP Computation for Escrow Purposes. (64) Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District – Clean Out Drifts on a Portion of the Tuscumbia River, Alcorn County, MS - PN 02-1205-036 - Executed Documents Mailed November 6, 2012. (65) Appointment of Jury Commissioner of Alcorn County – Currently Serving in this position is Ellie Hugh Rowland – Term is for Four Years – New Term Begins January 1, 2013. (66) Tax Settlement – October, 2012. (67) Holiday Schedule – Thanksgiving – Thursday and Friday, November 22-23, 2012, (68) Christmas – Monday and Tuesday, December 24-25, 2012 and New Year’s – Monday and Tuesday, December 31, 2012 and January 1, 2012. (69) Settlement Statement – West Linden Street Property. (70) Authorization to Pay Invoice No. 992 – Clayton O’Donnell, PLLC – Final Touch. (71) Discuss Possible Use of Property located at 305 S. Fulton Drive – Old Jail Building. (72) Travel Authorization – Supervisors, Chancery Clerk, Purchase Clerk and Board Attorney – Mid-Winter Conference – January 7-9, 2013, in Jackson, MS. (73) Travel Authorization – Supervisors – MAS Legislative Meeting – Wednesday November 28, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District Office. (74) Assessment Changes – Petitions for Increase and Reduction on Real and Personal Property Rolls. (75) Open Quotes – Farmer’s Market Vegetable Shed Building. (76) County Engineer – Bid Opening on December 3, 2012 for CR 600 Bridge Project. (77) DEQ – Landfill Violation Removed. (78) Jill Bascomb – Transfer from JDC to 911. (79) Action on Quotes for Financing One (1) John Deere 310G Backhoe, Serial #T0310GX955724 for 2nd District. (80) Travel Authorization – Jimmy Tate Waldon, Tom Winters and Jeff Thornton – Solid Waste Operator Training – November 27-29, 2012, in Jackson, MS. (81) Action on Bid for One (1) Used Bulldozer. (82) Doug Mullins – Alcorn County Regional Jail. (83) Sealed Bids – Request to be Received by Chancery Clerk.

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 206 ALCORN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION 6478.96 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 207 CITY OF CORINTH 7207.21 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 221 JEREMY BLAYLOCK 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 221 JEREMY BLAYLOCK 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 222 ALLIANCE COLLECTIONS 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 222 ALLIANCE COLLECTIONS 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 223 TOM SWEAT 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 223 TOM SWEAT 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 224 SPEEDEE CASH 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 225 PIONEER CREDIT 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 226 MAGGIE BOWMAN 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 229 MS COURT COLLECTIONS 71.25 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 526 MISSISSIPPI STATE TREASURER 4982.25 GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 526 MISSISSIPPI STATE TREASURER GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 526 MISSISSIPPI STATE TREASURER GENERAL COUNTY ALL DEPARTMENTS 526 MISSISSIPPI STATE TREASURER Department Total 19054.67 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 209 MEA DRUG TESTING TUPELO 381.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1200.20 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 516.58 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 120.81 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 593 HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON 1584.00 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 593 HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 593 HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 593 HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 593 HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8416.70 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.67 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1680.29 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 706.60 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 165.25 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.15 Department Total 29777.51 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 217 MS CHANCERY CLERK’S ASSOCIATION 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 248 GE CAPITAL 277.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 26.76 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 4.68 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 35.94 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 37.70 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 16.76 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 6.96 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.79 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 23.45 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 31.90 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 171.30 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 118.80 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 203.70 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 3.90 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 2.86 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.51 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 72.45 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 59.29 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5247.79 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 863.15 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 871.41 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 370.41 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 86.62 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 24.43 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 542 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN 232.08 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 551 METAL CRAFT 195.55 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 551 METAL CRAFT 13.63 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 557 GE CAPITAL 277.88 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 558 RAYCO, INC. 31.46 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 558 RAYCO, INC. 63.85 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.49 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.98 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 25.98 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 79.20 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 36.86 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 318.40 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4911.29 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 863.15 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 80.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 441.66 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 300.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 940.59 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 400.36 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 93.62 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1536.76 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10.83 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.25 Department Total 21841.11 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 248 GE CAPITAL 299.01 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1452.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 207.06 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 81.06 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.96 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 155.17 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.09 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.54 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 567 PPI - PRINTING & PROMOTIONAL ITEMS 230.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 567 PPI - PRINTING & PROMOTIONAL ITEMS 14.84 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1452.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 766.67 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 316.39 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 124.12 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.03 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 142.64 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 227.84 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.61 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.20 Department Total 5533.23 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 281.40 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.65 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.68 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1973.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 281.40 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 118.65 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 170.68 GENERAL COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.20 Department Total 5146.04 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 254 VENTURE TECHNOLOGIES 59.95 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 260 HASLER, INC 72.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 260 HASLER, INC 72.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 260 HASLER, INC 72.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 261 DE LAGE LANDEN 233.74 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6420.55 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 664.76 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 390.35 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 91.28 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.49 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 558 RAYCO, INC. 36.65 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 564 THE WATER MAN 10.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 569 HASLER, INC 72.00 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 29.72 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 36.19 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.49 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 7.02 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 595 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 515.75 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5333.34 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6718.28 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1445.06 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 737.95 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 172.60 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.27 GENERAL COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR’S DEPARTMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 32.98 Department Total 25950.49 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 541 RLI SURETY 350.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 541 RLI SURETY 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 541 RLI SURETY 280.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 541 RLI SURETY 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 541 RLI SURETY 350.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 492.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY CASUALTY & LIABILITY INS. FUND 589 RENASANT INSURANCE INC. -232.00 Department Total 2340.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 202 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 91.84 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 202 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 2175.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 233 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 233 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 225.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1879.73 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 268.05 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.54 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.26 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 547 CLAYTON O’DONNELL, PLLC 540.00 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1879.73 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 268.05 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 116.54 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.26 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY FINANCIAL ADM/COMPTROLLER DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 Department Total 8275.92

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CONTINUED FROM 1C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2455.20 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 658.89 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 280.90 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 65.69 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.65 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 570 DOLLAR GENERAL CORP - CHARGE SALE 1.00 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2165.33 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2455.20 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 658.89 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 280.90 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 65.69 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GENERAL COUNTY PURCHASING ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.65 Department Total 12949.28 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.33 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 190.13 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 82.45 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.29 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 330.00 GENERAL COUNTY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION DEPT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.32 Department Total 1957.52 GENERAL COUNTY LAW CLERKS SUPPLEMENTAL SALARY 283 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 96.00 Department Total 96.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 227 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 37.41 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 231 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 564.29 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 231 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1840.58 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 231 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 255.11 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 235 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 52.73 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 235 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 191.53 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 235 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 323.91 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 241 A T & T 1931.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 241 A T & T 58.68 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 241 A T & T 41.79 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 242 A T & T 157.32 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 242 A T & T 5.82 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 242 A T & T 22.42 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 243 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 28.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 243 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156.61 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 244 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 244 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 246 MOMAR 131.95 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 246 MOMAR 17.33 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 246 MOMAR 90.25 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 246 MOMAR 90.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 246 MOMAR 147.80 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 246 MOMAR 49.36 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 247 THE PHONE BOOTH 95.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 272.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 23.96 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 6.47 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 24.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.78 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 99.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 32.94 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 29.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.77 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 9.80 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 6.76 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 11.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.54 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 4.10 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 29.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 5.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 4.27 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.48 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 6.96 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 2.38 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 2.38 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.19 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.97 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 101.25 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 12.13 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 251 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 3.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 257 M & M ENTERPRISE 14.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 257 M & M ENTERPRISE 14.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 94.16 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 9.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 11.34 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 4.38 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 66.08 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 65.26 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 265 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 4.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 266 BRIGGS, INC. 23.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 266 BRIGGS, INC. 198.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 266 BRIGGS, INC. 151.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 20.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.37 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 1.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 7.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 4.79 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 6.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 22.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 30.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 29.98 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 11.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 41.94 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 17.91 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 7.01 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 2.32 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 268 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 1.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 725.84 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 57.74 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 831.16 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 374.21 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1160.99 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 539.91 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 532 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 262.05 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 532 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1009.27 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 532 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 195.30 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 532 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 84.41 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 532 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 118.31 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 535 C SPIRE WIRELESS 42.22 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 549 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 28.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 549 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 28.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 549 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156.61 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 549 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 156.61 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 550 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 35.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 550 GOLD BOND PEST CONTROL, INC. 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 552 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORPORATION 735.78 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 561 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 6.64 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 561 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 4.74 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 561 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 14.23 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 561 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 561 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 565 M & M ENTERPRISE 14.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 570 DOLLAR GENERAL CORP - CHARGE SALE 1.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 570 DOLLAR GENERAL CORP - CHARGE SALE 2.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 572 ALL AMERICAN DINER 23.80 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 572 ALL AMERICAN DINER 48.65 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 572 ALL AMERICAN DINER 27.93 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 573 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 56.55 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 573 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 66.18 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 573 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 108.30 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 573 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 67.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 574 BRIGGS, INC. 32.35 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 574 BRIGGS, INC. 99.10 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 574 BRIGGS, INC. 23.30 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 574 BRIGGS, INC. 100.80 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 574 BRIGGS, INC. 74.20 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 576 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 77.32 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 576 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 104.08 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 576 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 78.43 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 576 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 32.57 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 321.19 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 46.45 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 205.12 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 248.58 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 51.47 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 70.87 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 46.45 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 91.57 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 100.36 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 402.55 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 706.78 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 362.55 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 48.79 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 1262.28 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 510.81 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2992.00 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 426.66 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 185.50 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 43.38 GENERAL COUNTY MAINT OF BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 14.96 Department Total 23846.02 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 273 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 375.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 278 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 439.57 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 278 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 4.68 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 281 PREMISE, INC. 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 281 PREMISE, INC. 423.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 282 I B M CORPORATION 1902.24 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 282 I B M CORPORATION 188.26 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 286 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 210.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 286 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 120.00

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 287 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 290.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 287 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 270.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 287 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 250.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 288 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 1100.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 288 DELTA COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 80.00 GENERAL COUNTY DATA PROCESSING 587 COMCAST CABLE 4.95 Department Total 7157.70 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 259 LEAF 251.48 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 271 VETERANS SERVICE CENTER 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1320.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 872.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 233.86 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 133.81 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.29 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 10.79 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.20 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 586 PURCHASE POWER 107.99 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1320.00 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1509.25 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 298.21 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 173.33 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 40.53 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY VETERAN SERVICE OFFICE 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.98 Department Total 6988.84 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 204 RAMONA M ROBERTS 111.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 205 PAMELA DALLAS 310.80 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 210 MELODY J POWELL 55.50 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 211 RAMONA M ROBERTS 55.50 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 525 AMY COLE LOTHORP 58.28 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 540 LEE COUNTY 2265.68 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 579 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 3916.84 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 579 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 37.29 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 585 MARY MARGARET FERGUSON 249.75 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 550.00 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.06 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.05 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.97 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 104.55 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .73 GENERAL COUNTY CHANCERY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.65 Department Total 7806.65 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 201 LEE COUNTY 1253.54 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 208 CLAY S. NAILS 975.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 208 CLAY S. NAILS 975.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 212 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 800.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 213 SHAREN KAYE SEWELL 660.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 214 KAY MARTIN LARSON 139.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 214 KAY MARTIN LARSON 152.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 214 KAY MARTIN LARSON 230.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 232 CLAY S. NAILS 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 234 LINDA WHITE 333.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 239 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 650.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 239 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 239 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 239 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 1100.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 239 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 1025.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 239 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 1450.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 249 RAYCO, INC. 31.64 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 255 BANC OF AMERICA LEASING 223.04 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 261 DE LAGE LANDEN 200.26 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1452.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 207.06 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 88.78 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20.76 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 159.93 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.13 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.16 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 533 THE PIT STOP 96.78 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 539 KAY MARTIN LARSON 182.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 540 LEE COUNTY 1253.54 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 540 LEE COUNTY 35.18 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 540 LEE COUNTY 1519.26 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 564 THE WATER MAN 59.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 579 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 5766.56 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 579 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 37.30 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 582 CLAY S. NAILS 1100.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 582 CLAY S. NAILS 1500.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 582 CLAY S. NAILS 800.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 439 JAMES BARNES 38.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 440 RACHELLE NORRIS 30.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 441 JAMISON ALLEN 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 442 MICAELA BURRESS 30.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 443 STEVEN CHILDERS 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 444 CHRISTOPHER OZBIRN 36.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 445 BETSY BREWER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 446 CYNTHIA HUDSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 447 LEE ANN MCDUFFY 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 448 GREG KIDDY 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 449 RICHARD BIVENS 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 450 SHARON LANCASTER 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 451 JOHN BEAVERS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 452 SANDRA J MANAHAN 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 453 LANNY MONROE 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 454 DENNIS SMITH 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 455 CHERYL PURVIS 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 456 KIMBERLY GRANTHAM 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 457 DEBRA BRADLEY 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 458 HEATHER BURNETT 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 459 JOHN FAIR 38.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 460 DAVID SNYDER 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 461 CAROLYN POTTS 37.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 462 NANCY PUCKETT 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 463 WILLIAM KILPATRICK 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 464 CHARLES MOSS 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 465 JEREMY FERRELL 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 466 JAMES MANAHAN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 467 MICHAEL MILLER 84.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 468 BILLY BRIMINGHAM 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 469 LAKESHIA FLOYD 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 470 SANCHEZ MILLER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 471 ALLISON RUSSELL 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 472 NORMAN GURLEY 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 473 MICHAEL INMAN 32.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 474 JENNIFER JOHNSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 475 LEE MCLEMORE 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 476 GEDGIT SELLERS 32.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 477 MICHAEL W PUTMAN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 478 MARK CASTO 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 479 ANGELA GARDNER 68.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 480 PEGGY SAGELY 67.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 481 JOHN LENTZ 66.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 482 DOROTHY STEWART 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 483 LOUIS HOLLIDAY 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 484 JONATHAN MORGAN 69.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 485 JASON POTTS 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 486 AMANDA MILLER 32.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 487 ROSA LAWSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 488 CONNIE JENNINGS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 489 JASON PELLIZZER 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 490 RICHARD BOUCHER 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 491 JUSTIN HUGHES 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 492 CHARLES PAGE 35.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 493 CHARLOTTE MCDANIEL 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 494 THOMAS NICHOLS 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 495 PATRICIA STEPHENSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 496 SHARON TENNYSON 36.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 497 JEFFREY HIBBORD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 498 CHARLA CHAPIN 34.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 499 FELICIA EMERSON 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 500 JAMES BARNETT 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 501 HELEN MCCLURG 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 502 JOYCE FLOYD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 503 NANCY GARCIA 34.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 504 SHELIA LAWSON 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 505 JAMES SPENCER 32.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 506 ROY M ACREE 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 507 KATENIA CARTER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 508 LEEANN GOODMAN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 509 SHANDA LAMBERT 31.60 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 510 SUZY COOPER 32.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 511 RUSSELL O’BOREN 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 512 REGINA BURCHAM 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 513 JAMES KELLY 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 514 PATRICIA J CARPENTER 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 515 TARI BRAY 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 516 JIMMY GLOVER 33.20 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 517 JAMIE NELSON 38.40 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 518 KEITH JACKSON 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 519 WANDA BASCOMB 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 520 ERIC LAMBERT 30.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 521 WILLIAM DODD 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 522 DAUN JOHNSON 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 523 DANNY HODUM 40.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 524 JOHN FLEMING 34.80 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4463.36 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4958.34 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 165.00 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1343.54 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 586.46 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 137.15 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1250.18 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.79 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 46.47 Department Total 42603.41 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 212 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 212 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 216 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 216 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 216 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00

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CONTINUED FROM 2C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 216 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 237 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 237 RHONDA N ALLRED, ATTORNEY AT LAW 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 240 THOMAS L. SWEAT, ATTY AT LAW 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 258 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 267.30 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 258 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 67.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 284 TRENT L SPENCER 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.80 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 13.14 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.07 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.43 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .17 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.06 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 536 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 536 THE HOLLIDAY LAW FIRM, PA 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 564 THE WATER MAN 10.75 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 566 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 178.20 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 566 KING KARS OF CORINTH, INC 19.40 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.52 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 29.18 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 25.52 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 594 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 45.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1525.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 216.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 248.27 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 110.52 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.85 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 580.56 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4.09 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.64 Department Total 4516.47 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 218 DR. CARL C WELCH 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 219 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 219 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 219 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 219 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 219 MONA CARLYLE, PH.D. 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 458.34 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.42 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.65 GENERAL COUNTY LUNACY COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.29 Department Total 1695.70 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 248 GE CAPITAL 137.11 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 253 THE WATER MAN 25.75 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.81 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 43.95 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 25.62 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4635.50 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1141.11 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 487.31 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 113.97 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.97 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 557 GE CAPITAL 137.11 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 564 THE WATER MAN 25.75 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 131.39 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 575 OFFICEPRO, INC. 34.24 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 591 AT&T MOBILITY 33.75 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 591 AT&T MOBILITY 162.70 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3366.68 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4524.40 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1125.27 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 480.42 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 112.36 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1600.08 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUSTICE COURT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.41 Department Total 23407.98 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 220 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 154.17 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 220 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 82.31 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 230 JOSH HODUM 63.14 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 279 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 648.87 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 279 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 58.85 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 537 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 63.78 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 546 AT&T MOBILITY 120.25 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 900.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 556.14 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 239.92 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 56.11 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 GENERAL COUNTY CORONER AND RANGER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.35 Department Total 6503.75 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1633.34 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 232.91 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 100.98 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.62 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.14 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 691.67 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3966.67 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5966.68 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1515.12 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 656.58 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 153.56 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.38 GENERAL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 49.49 Department Total 16610.10 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 285 ROBERT G MOORE 423.17 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4854.17 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 692.20 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 299.08 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 69.95 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY ATTORNEY 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 6875.68 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6562.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 935.82 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 399.73 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 93.49 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.50 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.26 Department Total 9082.02 GENERAL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATION 270 LEE COUNTY 456.93 Department Total 456.93 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

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CHANCERY COURT ADMINISTRATION 270 LEE COUNTY Department Total 1019.30 ELECTIONS 249 RAYCO, INC. ELECTIONS 249 RAYCO, INC. ELECTIONS 262 NICKELS SIGNS & GRAPHICS ELECTIONS 294 FELICIA MORRIS ELECTIONS 295 NANCY MOORE ELECTIONS 296 RAY SETTLEMIRES ELECTIONS 297 JEFF THORNTON ELECTIONS 298 BOBBY GARRETT ELECTIONS 299 MURRY BRAGG ELECTIONS 300 SHELIA HENRY ELECTIONS 301 VASCO KEITH ELECTIONS 302 WILLIAM PARKER ELECTIONS 303 RAY TULL ELECTIONS 304 KELLY BOBO ELECTIONS 305 PHYLLIS YOUNG ELECTIONS 306 ALEX ROSSI ELECTIONS 307 MARIE ANN CULVER ELECTIONS 308 SHEILA MCDANIEL ELECTIONS 309 MIKE MCDANIEL ELECTIONS 310 JIMMY BURRELL ELECTIONS 311 CHARLIE WIMMS ELECTIONS 312 RON ROSSI ELECTIONS 313 SUMMER NULL ELECTIONS 314 TOMMIE RAFID ELECTIONS 315 LOUISE BURRELL ELECTIONS 316 JIMMY BRIGGS ELECTIONS 317 MARSHA BRIGGS ELECTIONS 318 HELEN CARROLL ELECTIONS 319 WILLIAM BRIGGS ELECTIONS 320 JESSICA BAIN ELECTIONS 321 DOROTHY BRIGGS ELECTIONS 322 JERRY JOHNSON ELECTIONS 323 JOYCE ROSSI ELECTIONS 324 NOREENE GREEN ELECTIONS 325 GINGER JOHNSON ELECTIONS 326 SHANE HARVELL ELECTIONS 327 RALPH COLN ELECTIONS 328 RICHARD WALLIN ELECTIONS 329 WILLIAM TIMMS ELECTIONS 330 JUSTIN COLN ELECTIONS 331 NANCY HARRIS ELECTIONS 332 JESSICA HANCOCK ELECTIONS 333 MYRA WILLIS ELECTIONS 334 DEBORAH WALLIN ELECTIONS 335 BARBARA HUTSON ELECTIONS 336 RUTH ANN PHILLIPS ELECTIONS 337 SUSAN WREN ELECTIONS 338 RACHEL SHAW ELECTIONS 339 WAYNE DOWNS ELECTIONS 340 TERRELL KINGEN ELECTIONS 341 WANDA STRACHAN ELECTIONS 342 GARY WREN

1019.30 35.10 29.59 44.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 125.00 150.00 200.00 200.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 25.00 200.00 200.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 200.00 200.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 200.00 200.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 200.00 200.00 130.00 130.00 130.00 130.00

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 343 KRISTIE DALTON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 344 BARBARA JO RIDER 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 345 LAVERN DOWD 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 346 KRISTEN FOWLER 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 347 TAMMY MANLEY 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 348 TARA FARR 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 349 DALE BAIN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 350 MICHAEL BURCHAM 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 351 E W MURRAY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 352 MICHAEL BLOME 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 353 JAN CRAWFORD 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 354 TERESA ELLSWORTH 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 355 KATHRYN SMITH 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 356 EDITH HUGES-JOHNSON 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 357 AMY NORVALL 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 358 DEWEY GEORGE 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 359 TONY PALMER 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 360 WALTER WILLIAMS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 361 JERALD NASH 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 362 BARBARA MORGAN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 363 SANDRA BENJAMIN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 364 JIM KINNEY 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 365 E J MONROE 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 366 LEROY HARRIS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 367 WAYNE DUNCAN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 368 STEVE MORELOCK 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 369 RUTH KINNEY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 370 ANNIE HARRIS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 371 BETH MILLS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 372 BETTY BOGGS 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 373 BETTY JAMES 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 374 BAXTER JAMES 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 375 H T BOGGS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 376 MICKEY DAVIS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 377 BETTY POTTS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 378 BETTY BUMPAS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 379 KEVIN COOLEY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 380 J C HILL 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 381 LORETTA EDMONDSON 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 382 CHARLES DILWORTH 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 383 BILLY HAYNIE 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 384 BERNITA BARNETT 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 385 ANDREDA BROWN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 386 COLISHA GWYN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 387 TIFFANIE PATTERSON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 388 THERIA MURPHY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 389 LACIE BROWN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 390 LYNDA CATE 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 391 ANGELYN JIMMAR 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 392 KEITH REDDELL 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 393 TRAVIS ARMSTRONG 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 394 JAMES WILINKSON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 395 RICKY BUTLER 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 396 KATHRYN KAY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 397 CATHY ROSS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 398 SHERRY ROSS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 399 LINDA SETTLEMIRES 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 400 SANDY MITCHELL 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 401 ROBIN LEATHERWOOD 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 402 SCOTT COLEMAN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 403 TRACY MILLS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 404 KEITH CONWAY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 405 KELLY THORTON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 406 SANDRA TALLEY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 407 KATHRYN CROW 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 408 BILLY BRIGGS, III 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 409 REGGIE RICKMAN 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 410 LARRY NELMS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 411 TODD WELCH 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 412 KAY NELMS 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 413 WANDA HAYNIE 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 414 KRISTIE KYLE 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 415 KARON HODUM 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 416 JILL STEWART 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 417 BROOKE WINCHESTER 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 418 RICKY STEWART 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 419 LORILYN THOMPSON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 420 ALYENE SETTLEMIRES 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 421 TIMMY WILBANKS 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 422 KATHERINE WILBANKS 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 423 L Z PRINCE 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 424 BENJAMIN SCOTT 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 425 TOMMY KENNEDY 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 426 WANDA HAMM 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 427 SARRY SWINDLE 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 428 GAY NULL 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 429 RANDY DOBBINS 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 430 LINDSEY MCCLAIN 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 431 JOHN KINKENNON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 432 JERRY SORRELL 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 433 JOHN ORMAN 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 434 PATRICA HAMMETT 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 435 MONICA SORRELL 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 436 MYRA BYRNES 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 437 MARILYN PATTERSON 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3944.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 562.41 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 233.04 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 54.50 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 373.43 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 111.51 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.42 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 18.80 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 528 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WAR POST 3962 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 538 CORINTH SPORTSPLEX GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 538 CORINTH SPORTSPLEX 450.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 544 RANDY DOBBINS 600.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 545 CHARLES L KING 750.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 577 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 39.98 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 577 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 20.61 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 577 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 17.97 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 584 TOWN OF GLEN 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 599 HASLER, INC 2000.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 600 BOBBY GARRETT 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 601 FELICIA MORRIS 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 602 RAY SETTLEMIRES 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 603 NANCY MOORE 125.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 604 J C HILL 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 605 LORETTA EDMONDSON 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 606 CHARLES DILWORTH 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 607 ANDREDA BROWN 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 608 LYNDA CATES 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 609 THERIA MURPHY 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 610 BERNITA BARNETT 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 611 LACIE BROWN 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 612 TIFFANIE PATTERSON 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 613 EDITH HUGHES-JOHNSON 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 614 AMY NORVELL 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 615 DEWEY GEORGE 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 616 WALTER WILLIAMS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 617 TONY PALMER 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 618 JERALD NASH 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 619 BARBARA MORGAN 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 620 SANDRA BENJAMIN 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 621 JIM KINNEY 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 622 E J MONROE 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 623 LEROY HARRIS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 624 WAYNE DUNCAN 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 625 STEVE MORELOCK 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 626 RUTH KINNEY 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 627 ANNIE HARRIS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 628 BETH MILLS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 629 BETTY BOGGS 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 630 BETTY JAMES 175.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 631 BAXTER JAMES 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 632 H T BOGGS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 633 BETTY BUMPAS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 634 MICKEY DAVIS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 635 BETTY POTTS 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 636 MARIE ANN CULVER 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 637 KEVIN COOLEY 105.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4200.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2630.72 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2100.00 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 674.60 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 543.53 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 127.12 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3292.83 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.84 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.43 GENERAL COUNTY ELECTIONS 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12.51 Department Total 48741.94 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 203 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP 4344.61 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 203 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 203 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 203 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 228 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1879.89 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 228 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2236.48 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 228 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1809.63 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 241 A T & T 85.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 242 A T & T 42.25 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 256 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MGT, INC 50.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 263 TRI STATE INTERNET, LLC 328.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 264 ELLIOTT DATA SYSTEMS, INC 141.33 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 197 A T & T 40.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 290 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 416.33 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 290 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 268.21 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 290 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2104.18 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20251.36 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3086.48 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.41 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 311.85 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3466.84

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CONTINUED FROM 3C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.20 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 107.54 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 529 PHELPS DUNBAR, LLP 2219.59 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 529 PHELPS DUNBAR, LLP 2181.76 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 548 MID-SOUTH UNIFORM & SUPPLY, INC. 24.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 554 RADIO SHACK ACCOUNTS 24.99 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 554 RADIO SHACK ACCOUNTS 18.99 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 555 CITIZENS PAGE 239.90 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 555 CITIZENS PAGE 112.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 555 CITIZENS PAGE 75.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 555 CITIZENS PAGE 24.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 555 CITIZENS PAGE 34.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 555 CITIZENS PAGE 37.50 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 556 T & R OUTDOOR, INC. 400.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 558 RAYCO, INC. 92.59 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 560 AUTO ZONE, INC. 8.80 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 562 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 29.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 562 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 29.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 562 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 69.95 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 562 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 18.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 571 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, INC 249.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 580 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1697.66 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 580 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1534.76 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 588 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP 290.24 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 588 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 588 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 588 UNITED NATIONAL GROUP GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 594 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 45.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 596 BURRELLS TOWING 200.00 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5999.66 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2104.18 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 20335.34 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3961.07 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1706.52 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 399.10 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3847.40 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 30.88 GENERAL COUNTY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 107.97 Department Total 91016.83 GENERAL COUNTY CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 543 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CLARKSDALE 38700.00 GENERAL COUNTY CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 553 CORINTH COLOR CENTER 37.80 Department Total 38737.80 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 241 A T & T 77.21 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 242 A T & T .49 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 252 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 36.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 252 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. 130.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 252 WINNERS CIRCLE, INC. -90.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 742.63 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 289 C SPIRE WIRELESS 74.95 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1577.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5530.12 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1013.53 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 428.49 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 100.22 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1576.65 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.11 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 34.55 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 557 GE CAPITAL 155.00 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 574 BRIGGS, INC. 337.75 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 578 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.70 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 578 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 8.50 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 578 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 8.21 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 578 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.48 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 578 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.08 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 580 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 97.35 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 580 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 48.61 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 590 COMCAST CABLE 148.94 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 589.21 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 839.74 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 833.67 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1577.28 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6386.80 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1254.56 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 532.71 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 124.59 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1630.47 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 11.49 GENERAL COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.84 Department Total 25887.21 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 194 CHARLES C HINDS, JR 5495.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 194 CHARLES C HINDS, JR 70.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.84 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.41 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLE - POST 1 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND .80 Department Total 5632.05 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 100.00 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 14.26 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6.20 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.45 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY CONSTABLES - POST 2 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 Department Total 659.02 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 220 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 82.16 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 220 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 205.84 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 238 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 279.94 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 263 TRI STATE INTERNET, LLC 500.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 264 ELLIOTT DATA SYSTEMS, INC 141.33 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 195 MCDEMA GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 195 MCDEMA 390.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 196 HARRAH’S TUNICA 150.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 196 HARRAH’S TUNICA GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 196 HARRAH’S TUNICA GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 199 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 44.18 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 530 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 141.30 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 563 A.V.S. 60.00 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 583 AT&T MOBILITY 230.95 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 590 COMCAST CABLE 28.23 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 64.23 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 598 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 42.67 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3416.67 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 487.22 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 208.23 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 48.70 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 533.36 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.75 GENERAL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.79 Department Total 7075.55 GENERAL COUNTY AIRPORT 274 CORINTH-ALCORN AIRPORT BOARD 8983.33 Department Total 8983.33 GENERAL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 215 MISSISSIPPI VITAL RECORDS 93.00 Department Total 93.00 GENERAL COUNTY RABIES AND ANIMAL CONTROL 277 CORINTH ALCORN ANIMAL SHELTER 2083.33 Department Total 2083.33 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 280 CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 1000.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 291 THE NEWMAN GROUP, LLC 305.00 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 291 THE NEWMAN GROUP, LLC GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 292 CERTIFIED ALARM CO OF ALABAMA, INC 158.48 GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 292 CERTIFIED ALARM CO OF ALABAMA, INC GENERAL COUNTY CORINTH AREA ARTS COUNCIL 293 WILBANKS WEECON-DU-IT ELECTRIC 314.84 Department Total 1778.32 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 241 A T & T 225.92 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 242 A T & T 104.36 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 250 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 285.53 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 269 ALCORN CO DEPT HUMAN SERVICES 450.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 617.36 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 47.36 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 38.28 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.96 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3.09 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 559 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 290.94 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 568 LEAF 196.46 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 581 PITNEY BOWES 519.00 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 597 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 327.01 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 539.94 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 42.71 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 33.48 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.83 GENERAL COUNTY WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2.70 Department Total 3740.93 GENERAL COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY 272 ALCORN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY 10616.66 Department Total 10616.66 GENERAL COUNTY CROSSROADS ARENA 276 CROSSROADS ARENA 9187.50 Department Total 9187.50 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1144.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 163.13 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.41 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.47 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 438 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.68 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1144.00 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 163.13 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.41 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 16.47 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GENERAL COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.68 Department Total 3336.50 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 236 C SPIRE WIRELESS 204.34 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 243 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 82.15 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 243 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 82.39 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 245 KROGER - STORE 454 138.88 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 245 KROGER - STORE 454 98.14 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 266 BRIGGS, INC. 64.70 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 266 BRIGGS, INC. 49.55 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 266 BRIGGS, INC. 23.30 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 266 BRIGGS, INC. 50.40 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 267 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.89 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 198 NE DISTRICT SECRETARIAL ASSO 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 198 NE DISTRICT SECRETARIAL ASSO 30.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 200 A T & T 357.00

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 527 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 180.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 527 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 45.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 531 MEAFCS 120.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 592 A T & T 356.86 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1386.00 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2538.01 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 238.87 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 55.87 GENERAL COUNTY COUNTY EXTENSION 638 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.27 Department Total 6161.62 GENERAL COUNTY NORTHEAST MS PLANNING & DEV 273 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 1541.16 Department Total 1541.16 GENERAL COUNTY INCUBATOR BUILDING 275 NORTHEAST MS BUSINESS INCUBATOR SYSTEM 1225.00 Department Total 1225.00 Fund Total 557990.07 D.A.R.E. SENATE BILL 3187 SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 1 DAVID DERRICK 99.68 Department Total 99.68 Fund Total 99.68 KIMBERLY-CLARK R-O-W FUND 4/05 ROAD AND BRIDGES 2 MITCHELL, MCNUTT, TREADGILL,SMITH & SAMS 3168.30 Department Total 3168.30 Fund Total 3168.30 CAP LOAN - FINAL TOUCH ACC ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 2 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 1639.23 CAP LOAN - FINAL TOUCH ACC ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONS GRANT 2 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 995.11 Department Total 2634.34 Fund Total 2634.34 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 10 TRI-STATE CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 550.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 11 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.97 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 11 OFFICEPRO, INC. 2.37 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 11 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.10 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 11 OFFICEPRO, INC. 4.39 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 11 OFFICEPRO, INC. 2.99 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 11 OFFICEPRO, INC. 4.04 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 12 COAST, LLC 550.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 12 COAST, LLC REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5649.20 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 922.49 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 410.52 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 96.02 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1162.72 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 13 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.72 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 14 GE CAPITAL 354.73 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 15 RAYCO, INC. 15.31 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 15 RAYCO, INC. 39.38 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 16 THE WATER MAN 25.75 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 17 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 58.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 18 OFFICEPRO, INC. 1.09 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 18 OFFICEPRO, INC. 1.36 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 18 OFFICEPRO, INC. 24.15 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 19 KENNETH BRAWNER 18.34 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1110.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5859.69 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 937.00 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 423.57 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 99.06 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1162.72 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8.20 REAPPRAISAL FUND REAPPRAISAL AND MAPPING 20 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 28.78 Department Total 20691.86 Fund Total 20691.86 EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY EMERGENCY

TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 252.00 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 418.75 RAYCO, INC. 42.17 TRI STATE INTERNET, LLC 328.00 BRIGGS, INC. 51.25 OFFICEPRO, INC. 86.99 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1473.08 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 139.64 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 45.35 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 1000.00 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 416.34 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 268.21 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1916.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12329.04 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2031.44 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 868.85 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 203.21 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3199.90 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.56 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 70.08 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 71.68 BRIGGS, INC. 29.60 BRIGGS, INC. 7.80 BRIGGS, INC. 23.00 BRIGGS, INC. 25.40 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 43.57 C SPIRE WIRELESS 124.03 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1916.67 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12667.40 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2079.69 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 889.84 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 208.12 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3200.16 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.56 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 71.75 46544.80 Fund Total 46544.80 PARK AND RECREATION CORINTH/ALCORN COUNTY PARK 2 CORINTH-ALCORN COUNTY RECREATION COMM. 3675.82 Department Total 3675.82 Fund Total 3675.82 GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE

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AT&T MOBILITY 153.11 VERIZON WIRELESS 69.03 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 43.73 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 3073.54 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2790.54 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 124.60 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2927.01 AT&T 30.34 AT&T .86 BARNES WELDING & REPAIR 425.00 BARNES WELDING & REPAIR 400.00 BARNES WELDING & REPAIR 2400.00 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 93.36 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 4.18 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 75.97 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 84.72 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 1.59 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 1.00 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 5.18 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 105.53 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 9.96 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 99.11 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 1.09 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 80.36 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 2.99 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 71.48 LONG WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 18.43 LONG WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 23.64 LONG WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 50.23 DARRELL’S TIRE SERVICE 30.00 BROWN’S USED PARTS 50.00 BROWN’S USED PARTS 20.00 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 215.10 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 11.94 FAIRBANKS SCALES, INC. 435.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 116.82 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 64.80 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 28.48 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 25.65 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 11.16 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 29.82 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 50.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 345.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 24.08 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 11.58 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 3.16 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 155.88 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 5.79 FASTENAL COMPANY 6.48 FASTENAL COMPANY 2.51 FASTENAL COMPANY 1.44 FASTENAL COMPANY 3.28 FASTENAL COMPANY 2.92 FASTENAL COMPANY 5.50 FASTENAL COMPANY 82.00 FASTENAL COMPANY -5.50 FASTENAL COMPANY 100.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 110.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 82.50 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 1.25 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 8.38 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 110.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 30.46 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 45.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 225.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 391.50 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 12.75 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 109.50 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 45.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 15.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 275.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 2.69 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 10.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 330.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 15.00 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 385.00

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CONTINUED FROM 4C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 2.60 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR .60 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 15.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 165.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 1.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 75.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 165.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 23.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 1.25 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 15.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 5.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 30.46 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 247.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 88 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 90 ABBY FARM SUPPLY II 408.70 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 62.94 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 8.79 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 34.43 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 58.80 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 9.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 5.27 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH .79 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 7.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 10.23 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 4.81 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 4.17 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 91 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 38.60 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 92 BLUFF CITY LEASING CO. 275.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 92 BLUFF CITY LEASING CO. 275.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 93 DAVIS REPAIR, LLC 676.43 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 93 DAVIS REPAIR, LLC 23.19 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 94 CUBE ICE 209.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 95 LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC 1086.80 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 95 LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC 1075.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 96 WREN BODY WORKS, LLC 40.26 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 105.28 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 110.01 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 93.90 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 103.17 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 30.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 220.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 97.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 456.56 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 1.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 97 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 8.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 98 HOOVER, INC. 146.21 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 99 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 245.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 99 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 18.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 99 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 8.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 100 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 10.65 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 101 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.20 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 101 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.36 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 101 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.99 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 102 SMC RECYCLING INC 60.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 70 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 101.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 70 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4372.38 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2469.70 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 975.69 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 420.91 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 98.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 33.94 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 107 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 241.56 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 107 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 302.27 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 107 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 60.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 108 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 59.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 108 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2838.29 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 109 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 84.45 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 109 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 2.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 109 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 60.31 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 109 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 1.79 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 109 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 62.65 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 110 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 39.86 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 111 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 359.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 111 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 58.80 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 111 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 13.70 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 112 LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC 958.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 7.28 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 1.89 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 93.50 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 80.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 30.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 35.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 113 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 25.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 69.55 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 19.90 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY .66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY -5.86 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.76 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.80 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 30.12 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.38 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 15.73 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.20 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.85 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.63 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.18 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 114 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 14.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 115 SMC RECYCLING INC 60.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 116 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 55.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 116 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 97.90 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 117 FARMINGTON WATER ASSOCIATION 221.20 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 118 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 351.42 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 119 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 75.10 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 119 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 2481.38 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4296.25 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2772.64 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1008.03 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 434.96 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 101.72 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 35.09 Department Total 53720.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 77 BARNES WELDING & REPAIR 300.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 89 STRIBLING EQUIPMENT, LLC 3850.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1122.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 160.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 66.77 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.62 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.38 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1122.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 160.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 66.77 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15.62 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 266.68 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1.88 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LANDFILL 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.38 Department Total 7426.66 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 71 AT&T MOBILITY 107.39 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 73 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1346.44 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 73 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1359.62 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 74 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1265.76 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4751.75 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 663.33 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 285.39 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 66.74 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 106 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.02 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 108 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1150.12 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 119 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1242.71 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4770.25 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 611.78 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 286.54 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 67.01 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 800.04 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5.64 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE HOUSE-HOLD WASTE PICK-UP 120 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 23.11 Department Total 19632.32 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 104 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 4044.84 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 104 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 392.77 Department Total 4437.61 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 105 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1592.00 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 105 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 117.46 Department Total 1709.46 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 103 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 5674.96 GARBAGE AND SOLID WASTE LEASE PURCHASES 103 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 592.04 Department Total 6267.00 Fund Total 93193.05

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SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 5 TUPELO CRIME LABORATORY 1035.00 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 6 AT&T MOBILITY 66.25 SHERIFF’S STATE SEIZED MONEY SHERIFF ADMINISTRATION 6 AT&T MOBILITY 49.26 Department Total 1150.51 Fund Total 1150.51 THE ALLIANCE THE ALLIANCE 2 THE ALLIANCE 3722.54 Department Total 3722.54 Fund Total 3722.54 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 39 COMCAST CABLE 48.18 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 40 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 239.48 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 40 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 340.71 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 41 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 246.80 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 41 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 219.64 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 42 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 20.90 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 43 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 178.97 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 44 A T & T 13.92 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 45 A T & T .96 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 46 COLD MIX, INC. 1319.20 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 47 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 72.32 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 48 FASTENAL COMPANY 16.66 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 48 FASTENAL COMPANY 3.11 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 49 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.39 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 49 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.93 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 50 CROSSROADS AUTO SERVICE INC. 5.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 51 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 30.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 51 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 30.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 51 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 350.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 51 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 52 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 243.70 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 52 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 15.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 52 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 1.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 53 BRIGGS, INC. 7.10 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 53 BRIGGS, INC. 68.10 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 54 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 70.12 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 54 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 50.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.09 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.11 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 18.29 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.95 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 60 VERIZON WIRELESS 195.86 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5736.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 715.28 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 345.62 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 80.84 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.87 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 62 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 183.68 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 62 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 412.81 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 62 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 215.88 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 45.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 45.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 88.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 8.91 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 45.75 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 15.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 64 RIVERSIDE TRAFFIC SYSTEMS, INC. 3980.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 70.31 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 39.64 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 8.13 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 3.96 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 13.09 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 2.94 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 6.25 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 4.43 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.58 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 10.18 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 20.58 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 18.76 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 4.99 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH -17.25 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 80.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 68 HOOVER, INC. 331.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 68 HOOVER, INC. 164.93 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 68 HOOVER, INC. 320.16 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 69 BRIGGS, INC. 68.10 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 43.88 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 2.85 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 57.98 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) .99 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 61.68 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 71 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 41.42 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 71 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.64 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 71 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 71 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.70 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 71 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.64 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 72 MISSISSIPPI STATE TAX COMMISSION 12.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5336.00 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 715.28 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 320.82 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 75.04 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.87 Department Total 26826.17 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 56 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 231.11 Department Total 231.11 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 57 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 523.91 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 57 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 45.01 Department Total 568.92 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 58 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 628.02 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 58 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 8.82 Department Total 636.84 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 59 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1573.63 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 59 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 105.86 Department Total 1679.49 1ST DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE 56 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 14.37 Department Total 14.37 Fund Total 29956.90 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 474.95 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 412.12 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 5.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 498.79 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 55 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 200.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 56 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 18.67 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 57 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 495.06 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 57 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 712.13 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 57 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 5.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 58 MICHAEL MORGAN 1000.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 58 MICHAEL MORGAN 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 59 A T & T 13.92 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 60 A T & T .04 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 875.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 61 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 950.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 62 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 58.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 63 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 19.92 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 64 TRUCKPRO-TUPELO, INC. 78.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 64 TRUCKPRO-TUPELO, INC. 2.75 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 64 TRUCKPRO-TUPELO, INC. 370.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 64 TRUCKPRO-TUPELO, INC. 38.54 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 52.73 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 65 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 10.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 385.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 65.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 66 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 15.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 44.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 38.90 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 7.29 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 3.88 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.79 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.49 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 17.85 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 27.93 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 7.53 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 67 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH -39.01 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 68 JOSEPH MCNAIR 250.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 68 JOSEPH MCNAIR 500.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 69 AKW TRUCKING 1600.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 HOOVER, INC. 327.55 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 HOOVER, INC. 168.10 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 HOOVER, INC. 292.03 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 70 HOOVER, INC. 162.53 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 71 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC. 15.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 72 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 63.86 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 72 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 58.12 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 73 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 13.84 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 53 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 54 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 134.01 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6027.04 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 752.22 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 368.30 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 86.13 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.84 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 29.71 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 77 C SPIRE WIRELESS 249.32 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 78 MIKE HOPKINS 500.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 79 BARNES WELDING & REPAIR 575.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 79 BARNES WELDING & REPAIR 600.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 80 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 900.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 80 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 850.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 80 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 850.00 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 81 K-MART 12.49 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 81 K-MART 8.99 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 82 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 12.50 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 83 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 13.47 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 83 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES .91

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2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 141.12 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 75 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 75 Department Total 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 74 2ND DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 74 Department Total Fund Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 93.41 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 72.46 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 84.07 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 67.81 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 52 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 52 Department Total 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 51 3RD DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE LEASE PURCHASES 51 Department Total Fund Total 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES

Amount 83 83 83 83 83 84 84 85 86 86 87 87 87 88 89 90 90 91 91 91 91 92 93 94 95 96 96 97

LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 1.99 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES .63 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 10.25 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 53.60 LOWE’S CREDIT SERVICES 179.60 TIMBES WRECKER SERVICE 35.00 TIMBES WRECKER SERVICE 12.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 264.00 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 22.30 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 15.99 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 18.95 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 42.95 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 39.95 TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 19.82 JOSEPH MCNAIR 250.00 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 30.00 ALCORN COUNTY COOPERATIVES 30.00 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 111.72 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 45.57 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 49.61 ROGERS SUPERMARKET (GARDNERS #3) 80.55 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.63 TIGRETT STEEL & SUPPLY, INC. 16.00 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 7.67 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 88.93 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 667.86 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

98 98 98 98 98 98 98

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5093.50 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 658.45 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 310.41 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 72.60 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.84 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.04 32885.79 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 513.95 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 40.09 554.04 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1461.86 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 69.39 1531.25 34971.08 34 A T & T 13.92 35 A T & T 2.17 36 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 147.88 36 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 20.00 36 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 3.00 36 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 2.00 36 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 2.00 37 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 7.50 37 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 3.00 38 WEATHER’S 130.00 39 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 240.04 39 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 9.28 39 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 821.50 39 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 2824.00 39 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 34.45 39 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 109.20 40 COLD MIX, INC. 2005.60 41 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 182.94 41 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 177.01 41 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 10.00 41 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 397.05 41 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 36.36 42 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 11.98 42 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 3.14 42 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC 14.44 43 R & J TRUCK REPAIR 55.00 44 TRIPLE R TRAILER’S 900.00 45 ALLEN CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, INC 93.50 46 DAVIS REPAIR, LLC 2213.00 47 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 150.00 47 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 47 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 100.00 48 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 434.00 48 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 175.00 49 HOOVER, INC. 242.78 49 HOOVER, INC. 237.60 50 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 23.47 32 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 33 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 33 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 53 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 55 55 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 56 57 58 59 59 59 59 59 60 61 61 61 62 63 64 65 65 65 66 66 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 68 69 69 69 70 71

VERIZON WIRELESS 286.16 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5541.70 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 601.55 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 340.33 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 79.60 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 27.46 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 25.80 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 14.29 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 672.16 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 40.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 6.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 31.80 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.00 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 26.50 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 4.50 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 26.50 BENJAMIN’S GROCERY 10.50 GANN’S GARAGE -- TIRE & ALIGNMENT 679.48 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 32.99 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 24.86 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 54.60 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 44.06 LONG-LEWIS FORD LINCOLN MERCURY,INC. 3.96 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 355.00 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 15.96 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 72.80 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 9.60 SANTANA DREDGING CORPORATION 333.99 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 481.20 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 65.10 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 HOOVER, INC. 152.83 HOOVER, INC. 242.59 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 1.67 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 89.68 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 60.98 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 53.69 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 25.00 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 13.48 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 20.19 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 2.00 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 25.00 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY -1.67 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY -53.69 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 31.52 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 37.00 THOMPSON MACHINERY COMPANY 3.00 PITTMAN BROTHERS LP GAS CO., INC 553.21 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 7.20 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.52 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.79 ALCORN COUNTY WATER ASSOCIATION 14.00 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

71 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 72 72 72 72 72 72 72

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 5076.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 723.83 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 311.45 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 72.85 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 25.13 32385.74 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1100.33 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 18.39 1118.72 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 1216.42 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 80.05 1296.47 34800.93 28 AT&T MOBILITY 61.76 29 A T & T 13.92 30 A T & T 22.02 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 42.88 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET .99 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 59.07 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 3.58 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 82.05 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 51.33 31 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 75.99 32 GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE 12.50 33 RINEHART REPAIR & MACHINE SHOP 4760.00 34 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1560.00 34 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1765.00 34 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 65.00 34 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 68.25 35 COLD MIX, INC. 1282.40 36 SANTANA DREDGING CORPORATION 118.98 37 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 16.49 37 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 21.49 38 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 360.00 38 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 360.00 38 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 560.00

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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

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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 BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

4TH DISTRICT ROAD 4TH DISTRICT ROAD 4TH DISTRICT ROAD 4TH DISTRICT ROAD Fund Total 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 120.53 5TH DISTRICT 33.28 5TH DISTRICT 31.69 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH DISTRICT 5TH 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 ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD ROAD

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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

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

Amount

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

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43 43 42 42

BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 45.00 HOOVER, INC. 148.51 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 6.00 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 12.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6336.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 740.38 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 388.08 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 90.76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.30 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 177.82 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. 649.95 FERRELL’S HOME & OUTDOOR, INC. -64.99 GARDNERS SUPERMARKET 53.16 B & B CONCRETE COMPANY, INC. 259.20 B & B CONCRETE COMPANY, INC. 30.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 66.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 66.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 125.00 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 295.00 LILES BROTHERS AND SON 181.19 LILES BROTHERS AND SON 57.16 FASTENAL COMPANY 1.59 FASTENAL COMPANY 1.33 BRIGGS, INC. 46.80 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 132.51 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 12.00 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 12.50 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 9.00 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 23.07 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 6336.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 740.38 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 388.08 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 90.76 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 31.30 31161.33 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 984.33 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 18.82 1003.15 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 473.81 TRUSTMARK ATTN: LOAN OPERATIONS 37.83 511.64 32676.12 33 C SPIRE WIRELESS 65.29 34 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 217.44 34 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 489.54 34 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 122.86 34 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 135.21 35 KOSSUTH WATER ASSOCIATION 19.00 36 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 63.08 37 A T & T 13.92 38 A T & T 7.91 39 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 108.96 39 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 87.04 39 GRIFFIN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. 29.90 40 CORINTH EXHAUST CENTER 66.25 41 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 61.88 41 PIONEER MACHINERY & SUPPLY, INC. 330.00 42 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 310.64 42 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.23 42 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 303.58 42 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.20 42 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 282.40 42 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 5.15 43 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 46.54 43 TRIGREEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 46.54 44 FASTENAL COMPANY 6.22 44 FASTENAL COMPANY 29.43 44 FASTENAL COMPANY 2.56 45 Z & N DIESEL SERVICE 70.00 45 Z & N DIESEL SERVICE 13.29 46 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 87.38 46 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 30.38 46 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 57.15 47 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 48 BUSY B TIRE LLC 660.00 48 BUSY B TIRE LLC 240.00 48 BUSY B TIRE LLC 390.00 48 BUSY B TIRE LLC 110.00 49 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 421.09 49 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 49 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 1.00 49 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 421.09 49 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 20.00 49 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 1.00 50 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 6.18 51 JEFF WILBANKS 60.00 52 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES

52 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

ROAD MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES

52 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

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

53 53 53 53 53 53 53 54 54 54 54 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 56 57 57 57 57 58 59 59 59 59 59 59 60 60 60 60 60 60 61 61 62 62 62 63 64 65 65 65 65 65 65 65

Fund Total 3RD DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES Department Total Fund Total 4TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES 4TH DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT 4 ROADS & BRIDGES Department Total Fund Total

PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4480.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 638.85 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 273.78 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 64.04 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.40 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 9.40 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 22.09 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 120.03 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 301.76 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 88.61 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 1059.33 WALNUT PARTS CO. 65.70 WALNUT PARTS CO. 53.94 WALNUT PARTS CO. 21.56 WALNUT PARTS CO. 2.84 WALNUT PARTS CO. 4.62 WALNUT PARTS CO. 12.20 WALNUT PARTS CO. 43.81 WALNUT PARTS CO. 12.74 WALNUT PARTS CO. 8.11 WALNUT PARTS CO. 24.05 WALNUT PARTS CO. 16.50 WALNUT PARTS CO. 4.00 WALNUT PARTS CO. 7.04 WALNUT PARTS CO. 14.00 ZILLS TIRE SERVICE 200.00 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 235.80 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 59.80 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 30.00 G. & C. SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 250.00 TRUCK CENTER, INC. 116.93 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 290.50 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.16 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 289.46 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.15 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 224.40 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC .92 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 353.00 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.40 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 335.35 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.33 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 282.40 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 1.12 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 11.44 NAPA AUTO PARTS OF CORINTH 6.56 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 50.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 200.00 OFFICEPRO, INC. 16.19 C SPIRE WIRELESS 169.43 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3923.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 559.42 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 239.42 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 56.00 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1066.72 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7.52 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 19.31 23579.96 23579.96 4 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 125.80 5 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 188.70 5 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 125.80 5 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 125.80 5 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 256.80 5 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 125.80 6 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 792.00 6 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 39.60 1780.30 1780.30 6 DANNY PETERS 1600.00 7 ESSARY TRUCK SALES AND PARTS, INC. 1650.00 8 TRI-STATES LUMBER CO. INC. 249.60 9 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 40.00 9 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 160.00 9 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 120.00 3819.60 3819.60 2 ROGERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 375.40 375.40 375.40 2 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 1720.00 2 G & O SUPPLY CO, INC 205.20 1925.20 1925.20

2ND DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND

12 SHIRLEY STUTTS

Fund Total 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT 1ST DISTRICT Fund Total 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT

MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT MAINTENANCE DISTRICT Department Total

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

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

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

BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT Department Total

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS

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BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT BRIDGE & CULVERT DISTRICT Department Total

2 2 2 2 2 2

ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS ROADS

& & & & & &

BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES BRIDGES

DISTRICT 2 ROADS & BRIDGES

CONTINUED ON 7C

3075.00


Daily Corinthian • Sunday, December 30, 2012 • 7C

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CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST CONST

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REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT REPAIR FUND DISTRICT Department Total

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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

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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

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BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 755.70 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 153.90 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 600.10 BEST-WADE PETROLEUM, INC 10.63 COLD MIX, INC. 1376.80 SANTANA DREDGING CORPORATION 231.74 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 240.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 80.00 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 140.00 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 140.00 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 140.00 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 140.00 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 140.00 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 140.00 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 354.37 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 492.75 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 10.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 160.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 160.00 BG WILLIAMS FARM ACCT 240.00 RICKEY MCCALISTER 2160.60 BILL PHILLIPS SAND AND GRAVEL 364.00 HOOVER, INC. 167.42 HOOVER, INC. 329.18 HOOVER, INC. 269.28 HOOVER, INC. 270.62 HOOVER, INC. 329.09 HOOVER, INC. 826.17 HOOVER, INC. 328.80 HOOVER, INC. 162.43 HOOVER, INC. 332.07 HOOVER, INC. 321.79 HOOVER, INC. 148.13 14790.57 Fund Total 14790.57 3RD DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 3 ROADS AND BRIDGES 4 HOOVER, INC. 150.91 Department Total 150.91 Fund Total 150.91 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 7 NUNLEY TRUCKING COMPANY, INC. 10093.19 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 8 HOOVER, INC. 811.86 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 8 HOOVER, INC. 808.04 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 8 HOOVER, INC. 274.12 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 8 HOOVER, INC. 539.54 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 2147.45 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 15907.72 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 14402.41 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 15328.45 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 15021.48 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 15320.61 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 11054.59 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 10987.55 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC 15222.60 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 9 ERGON ASPHALT & EMULSION INC -15114.28 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 10 COLD MIX, INC. 1893.60 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 HOOVER, INC. 273.27 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 11 HOOVER, INC. 885.10 5TH DIST CONST & REPAIR FUND DISTRICT 5 ROADS & BRIDGES 12 KIMES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 40526.54 Department Total 156383.84 Fund Total 156383.84 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 69 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 659.19 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 69 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 518.68 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 70 COMCAST CABLE 672.67 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 70 COMCAST CABLE 313.08 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 71 CBM FOOD SERVICE 84.24 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 71 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10719.48 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 71 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10878.68 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 71 CBM FOOD SERVICE 115.44 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 71 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10427.84 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 71 CBM FOOD SERVICE 78.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 72 MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT, INC 5000.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 73 A T & T 269.76 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 73 A T & T 87.67 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 74 A T & T 126.97 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 75 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 631.11 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 75.45 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 25.15 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 18.61 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 4.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 19.44 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 1.58 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 193.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 1.31 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. .56 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. .95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 1.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 1.17 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 1.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 229.93 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 205.70 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 2.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 14.58 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 1.18 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 10.07 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 76 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 3.04 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 144.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 135.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 36.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 14.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 34.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 1.54 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 70.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 6.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 4.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 34.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 6.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 4.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 34.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 13.57 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 72.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 3.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 16.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 18.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 2.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 85.47 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 87.36 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 77 GALL’S, AN ARAMARK COMPANY 7.82 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 78 TULL BROTHERS GLASS CO., INC. 13.82 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 78 TULL BROTHERS GLASS CO., INC. 76.70 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 57.45 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 255.24 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 336.60 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 227.28 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 462.60 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 317.88 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 112.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 67.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 114.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 242.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 296.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 131.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 216.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 329.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 92.17 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 157.81 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 201.93 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 126.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 79 BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. 21.03 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 80 RAYCO, INC. 105.54 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 84.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 17.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 259.35 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 125.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 8.97 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 36.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 2.58 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER .99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 12.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 35.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 13.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 239.60 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 21.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 81 SMITH HOME CENTER 3.59 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 82 AUTO ZONE, INC. 5.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 82 AUTO ZONE, INC. 9.69 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 82 AUTO ZONE, INC. 9.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 83 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 69.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 83 BODY SHOP SUPPLY, INC. 32.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 84 CORINTH WELDING SUPPLY 28.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 85 BROWN-LINE PRINTING 34.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 169.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 139.75 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 32.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 10.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 252.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 15.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 621.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 559.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 809.10 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 169.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 27.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 158.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 154.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 4.64 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 115.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 36.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 82.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 44.85 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 340.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 395.84 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 86 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 126.15 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 87 RAYCO, INC. 213.13 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 88 ELLIOTT DATA SYSTEMS, INC 141.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 89 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 565.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 89 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 60.00

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 89 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 6.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 89 MORRIS CRUM SERVICE STATION 4.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 9.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 6.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 7.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 7.10 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 23.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 37.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 90 BRIGGS, INC. 6.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 15.70 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 12.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.96 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 9.35 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 20.86 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 39.60 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 23.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 5.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 135.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 32.82 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 58.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 8.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. .58 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 1.59 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 91 OFFICEPRO, INC. 18.14 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 92 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 30.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 92 BIGGERS ACE HARDWARE 9.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 5.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 16.54 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 7.88 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY .55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 4.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 39.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 48.26 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 18.49 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 9.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 29.97 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY .50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 2.29 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 93 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 29.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 68 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 400.06 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 68 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 4958.29 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 68 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 7283.45 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 95 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 138.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 95 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 416.33 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 95 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC 268.21 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 95 TOMLINSON COMPUTERS, INC JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2166.67 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3857.84 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 43759.15 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3342.10 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1005.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1000.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 7534.89 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3479.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 813.64 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12800.38 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 535.24 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 94.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 96 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 280.54 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 97 C SPIRE WIRELESS 601.51 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 98 U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 90.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 99 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10856.12 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 99 CBM FOOD SERVICE 134.16 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 99 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10827.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 99 CBM FOOD SERVICE 121.68 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 99 CBM FOOD SERVICE 10707.36 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 99 CBM FOOD SERVICE 124.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 100 JUDY MONTGOMERY 53.82 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 101 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 2894.98 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 102 COMCAST CABLE 174.54 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 103 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 412.08 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 103 FUELMAN FLEET CARD 657.10 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 104 STANFORD ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 11.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 105 CITIZENS PAGE 29.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 14.42 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 9.18 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.01 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.30 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 1.37 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 26.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 106 SOUTHERN PIPE & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 8.13 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 59.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 56.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 52.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 49.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 45.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 30.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 107 METAL WORKS 45.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 108 GE CAPITAL 213.13 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 109 RAYCO, INC. 341.88 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 109 RAYCO, INC. 85.79 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 110 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI 414.11 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 111 SMITH HOME CENTER 59.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 111 SMITH HOME CENTER 143.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 111 SMITH HOME CENTER 15.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 111 SMITH HOME CENTER 47.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 112 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 116.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 112 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 834.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 112 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 501.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 112 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 19.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 112 MISSISSIPPI PRISON INDUSTRIES CORP. 270.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 113 CARS FOR LESS 25.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 114 CROSSROADS AUTO SERVICE INC. 5.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 115 BUG PRO PEST CONTROL 120.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 16.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 14.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 719.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 447.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 57.75 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 4.64 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 138.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 102.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 29.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 24.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 219.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 44.85 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 340.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 197.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 42.05 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 278.25 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 100.88 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 210.75 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 195.55 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 116 JD DISTRIBUTORS, INC 52.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 117 STERICYCLE, INC. 4.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 117 STERICYCLE, INC. 14.92 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 117 STERICYCLE, INC. 105.02 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 117 STERICYCLE, INC. 5.20 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 118 FEDERAL EQUIPMENT DEALERS, INC. 2338.90 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 119 BRIGGS, INC. 82.45 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 119 BRIGGS, INC. 3.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 119 BRIGGS, INC. 2.80 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 119 BRIGGS, INC. 446.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 120 OFFICEPRO, INC. 158.40 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 120 OFFICEPRO, INC. 10.56 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 120 OFFICEPRO, INC. 63.84 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 24.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 12.74 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.07 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 10.48 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 1.56 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 18.32 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 121 WROTEN HARDWARE COMPANY 3.48 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 122 LEVI PENDLEY 93.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 123 DOUG MULLINS 93.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 124 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 5868.50 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 124 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 1108.60 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 124 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 3364.99 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 124 CORINTH GAS & WATER DEPARTMENT 2256.09 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 125 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 5236.06 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 125 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 5614.43 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 125 ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION 642.06 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 126 COMCAST CABLE 672.68 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 126 COMCAST CABLE 313.09 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 127 C SPIRE WIRELESS 266.73 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1300.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 2166.67 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3386.56 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1333.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 52725.86 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 3359.29 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 901.34 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1500.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 1000.00 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 8503.46 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 4082.77 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 954.83 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 12618.95 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 535.24 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 92.72 JUSTICE CENTER CUSTODY OF PRISONERS 128 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 322.84 Department Total 318412.14 JUSTICE CENTER LEASE PURCHASES 94 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1017.00 JUSTICE CENTER LEASE PURCHASES 94 COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 85.77 Department Total 1102.77 Fund Total 319514.91

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CONTINUED FROM 7C Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee Amount -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 4 DPS FUND #3747 1501.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 4 DPS FUND #3747 209.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 518.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 13997.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 2347.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 73.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 1200.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 4519.37 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 2159.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 957.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 755.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 207.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 2797.50 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 30.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 1380.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 685.00 JUDICIAL ASSESSEMENT CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 5 STATE TREASURER 5560.00 Department Total 38896.87 Fund Total 38896.87 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 23 FIRST METROPOLITAN FINANCIAL 305.38 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 24 TERRE M VARDAMAN 299.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 24 TERRE M VARDAMAN PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 25 WILSON, HINTON AND WOOD, P.A. 659.82 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 26 CRDU 210.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 27 SMALL LOANS, INC 92.60 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 27 SMALL LOANS, INC 259.46 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 28 DENTAL ARTS OF CORINTH, PLLC 189.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 30 UNITED HEALTHCARE 5793.97 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 31 UNITED WAY 78.00 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 32 LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 1693.87 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 33 AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 2394.37 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 34 METLIFE - SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 32.05 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 35 AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE INS CO 40.95 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 36 LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF ALABAMA 37.32 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 37 HUMANA INSURANCE COMPANY 959.33 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 38 SOUTHERN STATES POLICE BENEOVOLENT ASSN 587.50 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 39 ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1674.56 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 40 AGLA GPO-400S 1586.03 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 41 CAIC PRIMARY ACCOUNT 977.35 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 42 MARY THRASHER 83.50 PAYROLL CLEARING ALL DEPARTMENTS 42 MARY THRASHER

Claims Docket Fund Name Department Claim No. Payee -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL PAYROLL

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

PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING PAYROLL CLEARING Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE 3745.80

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 INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS Department Total

Amount

43 43 43 43 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 45 46

ASHLEY MANLEY 100.43 ASHLEY MANLEY 34.15 ASHLEY MANLEY 13.65 ASHLEY MANLEY UNIFIRST CORPORATION 38.36 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 38.36 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 38.32 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 37.16 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 9.59 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 42.32 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 38.36 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 38.36 UNIFIRST CORPORATION 32.68 LONNIE GARRETT 28.77 SAMMY JAMES 34.92 TOTAL NET PAY 141686.43 TOTAL NET PAY 198728.34 358894.26 29 ALCORN CO GENERAL CHECK ACCT 52.20 29 ALCORN CO GENERAL CHECK ACCT 29 ALCORN CO GENERAL CHECK ACCT 52.20 358946.46 MAINTENANCE NE MS COMM COLLEGE - SUPPORT 2 NORTHEAST MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE--SUPPORT

Department Total Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT NE MS COMM C. - ENLARGEMENT 7352.00 Department Total Fund Total N MS PLAN & DEV - TUITION ASST NE MS COMM COLL - TUITION ASST 1163.31 Department Total Fund Total NE MS C COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL NE MS COMM C. - VOCATIONAL 535.13 Department Total Fund Total TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WTR MGN WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS 1008.45 Department Total Fund Total

3745.80 3745.80 2 N.E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - ENLARGEMENT 7352.00 7352.00 2 NORTHEAST MS. PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 1163.31 1163.31 2 N. E. MS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE - VOCATIONAL 535.13 535.13 2 TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WATER MANAGEMENT 1008.45 1008.45

“In towns and cities where there is a strong sense of community, there is no more important institution than the local paper. ” — Warren Buffett

More than 1.5 million Mississippians read their local paper each week. The 120 newspapers comprising the membership of the Mississippi Press Association work hard to provide local news and information to folks from Corinth to Bay St. Louis and everywhere in between. In fact, more than 1.5 million Mississippians pick up a local newspaper each week. We’ve been in towns and cities across our state longer than most any other business. And we’re here to stay. There is strength in numbers and there is power in print.

There is power in print.


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