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By Pamela Hitchins Jurors in the case of a convicted child rapist accused of molesting a 3-year-old girl last year were unable to reach a unanimous decision in Warren County Circuit Court Tuesday, and the case will be retried in 2011. Thomas Tubbs, 56, 906 National St., will remain out of jail on a Thomas $100,000 bond, and attorneys will Tubbs confer to set a new trial date, presiding Judge Isadore Patrick said. The jury of six men and six women began their deliberations around 5:35 p.m. Tuesday and returned to the courtroom at 7:30, saying there was no hope of coming to a unanimous decision. A note they sent to Patrick, which was placed in See Tubbs, Page A9.

City’s bond rating placed on watchlist David Jackson•The Vicksburg Post

Friends of Patrick House, from left, Gloria Sullivan, Joseph Wicker, Jesslynn Wicker, Jennifer Coulter, Lynenette Smith, Kari Dupree and her son, Kyle, cheer as they watch Patrick win the grand prize Tuesday night.

‘What a ride it’s been,’ House says after skinny victory By Ben Mackin A 219-pound Vicksburg resident won the title of the “The Biggest Loser” Tuesday night, taking a $250,000 prize and swinging into a whirlwind tour of talk shows and appearances. “What a ride it’s been!” Patrick House said after the live finale of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” in Los Angeles Tuesday night. “It still hasn’t sunk in yet.” House, 28, who lives in Vicksburg with his wife, Bradley, and two young sons, won the cash and a one-year contract with the television broadcasting giant after losing 181 pounds since June, including

Online www.biggestloserpatrick. com three months spent at The Biggest Loser Ranch in California. Since September, he has been seen in Vicksburg, visiting with friends and mostly working out at local gyms. “I’m so proud of him. He looks amazing,” Bradley House said this morning on NBC’s “Today Show” as she watched her husband being interviewed by host Al Roker. In the final moments of the two-hour show Tuesday night, House weighed in, showing he had lost 45.3 percent of his

weight, less than a percentage point more than Frado Dinten, 43, of New York, who had lost 44.1 percent. San Francisco resident Ada Wong, 27, lost 99 pounds, or 39.37 percent of her body weight. House said getting this far was almost unimaginable. “When I first got to the ranch,” House said, “Bob (his trainer) told me that I had what it took to win, and that really helped me get through.” Back in Vicksburg on Tuesday night, 13 of House’s friends and co-workers gathered in Dennis and Jennifer Coulter’s den to watch the show. As House stepped on the scale, the group inhaled simultaneously. Then, all at once, the

room exploded with screams of joy as they celebrated Patrick’s success. “It could not have happened to sweeter, more deserving people,” Jennifer Coulter said. House said throughout the training he was fighting to have a better quality of life for himself and his family and also wanted to give Mississippi something to celebrate. “It feels great to be able to win this for Mississippi, a state that comes in last in so many things,” House said. Just an hour after being declared the winner, House was on a flight to New York so he could appear on “The Today See House, Page A9.

PCA coach jailed in bank robbery By Ben Mackin An assistant coach at Porters Chapel Academy robbed a bank on U.S. 61 North at midday Tuesday before leading deputies on a chase through eastern Warren County and wrecking his van into a sheriff’s department car, Sheriff Martin Pace said. No injuries were reported.


Derrick Collins, 45, 170 Shannon Lane, an assistant high school football coach and junior high basketball coach, Derrick is accused Collins of wearing a mask as he walked into the See Robbery, Page A9.

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By Danny Barrett Jr. Vicksburg’s credit rating was placed on review Tuesday by an investment firm that cited a lack of current financial and operating information. Moody’s Investors Service, a New York-based credit ratings provider of credit ratings and risk analysis, said the city’s Aa3 rating, the agency’s fourth-highest investment grade, is on a “direction uncertain” watchlist review and affects $32.9 million in outstanding debt. If the information is not supplied within 60 days, the city could face either a lower rating or withdrawal of the rating. For public and private entities, either action can mean a higher cost in borrowing money. Reached this morning, Mayor Paul Winfield said he suspects the warning from Moody’s was prompted by incomplete city audits for 2008 and 2009 — both of which have been predicted to be See City, Page A9.

War’s sesquicentennial to begin with flag change By Pamela Hitchins The U.S. flag is coming down in Vicksburg. No, it’s not a new rebellion, but a symbol of what Vicksburg National Military Park interpretive ranger Tim Kavanaugh calls “the most traumatic event to ever befall our nation, that forever changed us as a people and a country, and whose issues continue to affect us to the present day.” Mimicking events of 150 years ago, the Stars and Stripes will be lowered from the flag pole at Vicksburg’s Old Court House Museum the morning of Jan. 8, and Mississippi’s old “Bonnie Blue Flag” of independence raised. The flag exchange, jointly sponsored by the Vicksburg National Military Park and the Old Court House Museum, will mark the beginning of the four-year sesquicentennial observance of the Civil War in Vicksburg. “The sight of our National Colors being taken down is a provocative and disturbing sight to us today,” Kavanaugh, supervisor of the park’s Interpretive Ranger Division, said in a prepared

Warren County deputies respond to a robbery Tuesday at the Britton & Koontz branch on U.S. 61 North.

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A $24,539.30 payment to Entergy Tuesday has settled the past due utility balance for the City of Port Gibson, but city street lights turned off last month as a result of the unpaid balance will be kept off, officials said. “We’ve paid the remainder of that balance,” Port Gibson Mayor Fred Reeves said. “We have got to get a handle on things.” Before the payment, Port Gibson had paid $30,000 in November and $10,000 in October toward the city’s balance of $66,000 to $70,000, Port Gibson City Clerk Vanessa Shaifer said. The balance was about six months in arrears, Reeves said. Talks between Port Gibson and Entergy, the city’s electricity supplier, to reduce the bill, which ran about $8,000 per month, resulted in a decision to shut off nearly three-fourths of the city street lights. So far, 123 of 423 lights have been turned off, and Reeves said he is planning to have more turned off. The shut-offs have angered

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Coat, air conditioner missing in city One burglary was reported in the city Tuesday, Vicksburg police Lt. Bobby Stewart said. A black leather coat valued at $150

Charges dropped in missing rental car Charges against a man and woman in a rental car reported missing from California were dropped the same

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by March, and expenses will be the responsibility of each member because the group has no income or budget. Transportation will be provided by the Vicksburg Convention and Visitors Bureau. Other cities members said they would like to visit are Memphis, Shreveport and Tupelo, which Vicksburg Main Street Program Executive Director Kim Hopkins visited this year. In other business, the panel discussed the idea of creating a museum in honor of the late bluesman Willie Dixon, a Vicksburg native who spent most of his entertainment years in the Chicago area. “The Willie Dixon museum is a good idea, but we need to find a place to put it,” said Mark Doyle, panel member and owner of Burger Village on Washington Street. Other suggestions included a craft store, a bakery, restaurants and a shop for locally made products. The group of downtown residents and business owners has met monthly since its creation, but has made little progress in charting a course.

day the two were arrested, Vicksburg police Lt. Bobby Stewart said. Shaniqua Brown, 27, 1201 Harrison St., and Jimmy Hill, 23, 313 Evergreen Drive, had been arrested at 2:10 a.m. in the 1200 block of Mission 66 after police checked the tag of a 2010 Ford Focus, which Hill was driving, Stewart said. The rental company dropped the charges, he said.

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Court, Mark Anthony Lee, 43, 1333 Bay St., was convicted of DUI second offense and fined $1,074.06. No convictions were reported in Warren County Justice Court.

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An advisory panel created to help boost downtown Vicksburg is hoping a trip up the Blues Trail will aid in finding a direction for the group. Members of Downtown Partners, a panel created in March by Mayor Paul Winfield, voted Tuesday to visit the downtown areas of Clarksdale and Greenwood, towns similar in size to Vicksburg, to find ways to boost Vicksburg’s downtown area. “We wanted to see other places,” said David Day, panel member and owner of the Klondyke on Washington Street. “Clarksdale has Ground Zero, Morgan Freeman’s restaurant. It’s a phenomenon. It’s attracted a lot of people to that area.” Members have said before that seeing operations of small towns with thriving downtowns will give the panel a sense of direction in fostering more foot traffic along Washington Street. They plan to meet with an economic development agency in each town. The panel hopes to visit

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residents, Reeves said. “The elderly are saying they’re afraid,” Reeves said after a work session for the city’s Board of Aldermen Monday. “They said it’s too dark.” Police Chief Calvin Jackson said the city has seen a small increase in the number of burglaries reported in affected areas since the lights were dimmed. “We’ve had six or seven in different areas of this city,” he said, “and that’s more than normal.” Port Gibson, about 30 miles south of Vicksburg, has a population of about 1,800. Reeves, who was voted into office in 2008, said the city is not producing enough revenue to cover its expenses. A

A county man was in the Warren County Jail this morning charged with domestic violence and aggravated assault, Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said. Edy U. Carielo, 31, 572 Heartwood Drive, was being held without bond pending an initial court hearing. No details of the crime were available.

large portion of the city’s revenue comes from taxes paid by Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station. “We’re trying to reduce our expenses,” Reeves said. The city this year stopped paying for cell phones for the six aldermen. Entergy’s customer service manager Don Arnold said his company has evaluated Port Gibson’s street light situation to help reduce the utility bill by half. “We did an audit for them of where the street lights were,” he said. “We found that there were three street lights on in one street with only one house.” Arnold said reducing wattage in certain light bulbs also will help with energy usage. The city has been struggling for a couple of years to pay for its operations, Reeves said, but a $250,000 tax anticipation loan from a $700,000 annual payment from Grand Gulf Nuclear Station last month has the city secure in funding for the time. “We usually have problems again in March or April,” he said. In June, the city borrowed $250,000 to help pay for operations.

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Removal of train cars begins north of city By Ben Mackin

the westbound train pulling 30 freight cars carrying rolls of paper derailed around 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The cargo and bridge were reported on fire about two hours later and continued to burn until about 4 a.m. Monday. The track and trestle, which are maintained by Vicksburg Southern, are part of a short line off a Kansas City Southern track. It is used only for transport between International Paper and KCS’ main line. The investigation into the derailment and fire is being led by Federal Railroad Administration, Mississippi Department of Transportation and Mississippi Emergency Management Agency. International Paper resumed deliveries Tuesday, using 18-wheelers to transport materials, spokesman Amy Sawyer said. “We have done it effectively in the past,� she said, “when we have not been able to use trains due to weather or some other restraint.� She said IP is still trying to

Vicksburg Southern Railroad has begun lifting freight cars from a bayou where a bridge caught fire Sunday after a derailment from a track leading to International Paper’s Vicksburg mill. “We have started the process of re-railing the affected railcars, and expect all the cars to be re-railed by Thursday afternoon,� VSR general manager Alex King said. “At this point, we will start bridge construction Thursday.� This morning, a crane capable of raising the box cars sat near the site as officials continued to fight hot spots from the fire. King said an estimate on how long it will take to rebuild the bridge that crosses Skillikalia Bayou near U.S. 61 North and Mississippi 3 will not be available until the wreckage is cleared. No one was injured when



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JACK VIX SAYS: Congratulations to Patrick House.

OLD POST FILES 120 YEARS AGO: 1890 Mrs. Michael Tierney dies. • J.C. Moore receives a carload of jugs for his Christmas trade. • The city marshal reports $549 in fines assessed this past month.

110 YEARS AGO: 1900 “The Bubble” makes its appearance and is a very credible publication. • R.H. Simrall buys the Ball Plantation for $20,250. • R.H. Singleton is appointed minister of Crawford Street Methodist Church.

100 YEARS AGO: 1910 Alex Paton is mentioned for the city clerkship to succeed the ill Henry Trowbridge. • The Rev. Felix R. Hill leaves for Gulfport where he has been assigned.

90 YEARS AGO: 1920 The Boston Shoe Store writes the Vicksburg Evening Post to tell of fine results from their advertising in this newspaper. • Messrs. Reed and Lanious purchase from Price and Wilde the steamers Thomas B. Florence and C.A. Culbertson. • W.L. Lipscomb, U.S. Engineer, goes to his home in Columbus to spend the holidays. • Christmas reigns at the Rotary banquet.

80 YEARS AGO: 1930 Mrs. Louise Ward Ikerd dies. • Thomas M. Green, former resident, dies in Clarksdale.

70 YEARS AGO: 1940 Lt. Franklin LaHatte is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents. • Local military units prepare to leave for Camp Blanding, Fla.

60 YEARS AGO: 1950 The cafeteria portico of the Pinewood Tourist Court is destroyed by fire. • Sheriff J.H. Henderson reports two unidentified men shot and wounded the driver and then made off with a truckload of liquor valued at $10,500 on Highway 3.



50 YEARS AGO: 1960 Capt. C.J. Cox is appointed acting District Engineer for the Vicksburg District. • Judy Kiely is at home for the holidays from Hollins College in Roanoke, Va. • Ed Wynn stars in “Cinderella” at the Strand Theatre.

40 YEARS AGO: 1970

Lawmakers give citizens relief President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans played Let’s Make a Deal on taxes, and the bargain they struck will spare all taxpayers from a nasty New Year’s Day shock to their household budgets. But it also sets up an unwelcome rematch in two years. The president summed up the need for compromise perfectly in saying that not extending the Bush-era tax cuts would cost the economy 1 million jobs and the typical household $3,000 a year. If that’s true, then not extending the tax cuts for those Americans who pay most of the taxes — the high-income earners Obama and Democrats in Congress wanted to hit with a higher tax bill — would cost a good many jobs the economy can ill afford to lose. The extension of the entire tax cut package should provide some short-term certainty for investors who have been holding back. A permanent extension would have had a much stronger impact on investor confidence.

Included in the deal is the alternative minimum tax fix that Congress has been delaying all year. Like the case with the tax cuts, a permanent fix of the AMT would prevent this drama year after year and lift the worry of punitive taxes from 22 million mostly middle-class families. Again quoting the president, there is something in this deal for everyone not to like. Liberals have been hellbent on killing the tax cuts for high earners, even though those rate reductions actually generated more tax revenue because they encouraged more investment. What’s too often ignored is that the Bush tax cuts kept the national economy growing through two wars, a terrorist attack and an unprecedented national disaster. We are less than enthusiastic about the failure to keep the death tax at zero. The deal allows it to rise to 35 percent and exempts the first $5 million of an estate. That’s better than the 55

Services are held for James Turner. • Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sevier return to their home in Houston after visiting relatives in Tallulah. • Services are held for T.D. Prestridge.

percent rate that was scheduled to kick in Jan. 1, but it is still an unwarranted confiscation of the assets of those who work and save for their families. It’s also pointless to lower the employee share of payroll taxes for one year to 4.2 percent from 6.4 percent, particularly because Social Security is already underfunded. Such short-term tax rebates do little to stimulate the economy and will result in what will look very much like a tax hike next January. Finally, though we support an extension of unemployment benefits in an economy that is not producing private-sector jobs, it would have been more responsible to fund it with real dollars instead of adding it to the deficit. On the whole, however, it is a very good deal considering that Republicans don’t yet control a single branch of government. GOP lawmakers used their limited leverage very effectively on behalf of taxpayers and the struggling economy.

30 YEARS AGO: 1980 Angela King says all she wants for Christmas is her two front teeth, as she is pictured without them on the front page. • Alphonsus J. “Bill” Stahl Jr. dies.

20 YEARS AGO: 1990 Tornadoes, along with strong thunderstorms, pound Vicksburg, Warren County and the surrounding area for several hours. • Grand Gulf Nuclear Station near Port Gibson is shut down after monitors pick up vibrations in a water pump that provides circulation to the reactor.

10 YEARS AGO: 2000 A new YMCA on East Clay Street will bear the name of Dr. William K. Purks, retired Vicksburg physician and philanthropist. • Bernard Trentacosta dies.

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Defeating the Dream Act would be a truly stupid move WASHINGTON — Are we really that sort of country? Are we really a nation so narrowminded and nativist that we would deny citizenship to bright and talented young adults with the brains to become surgeons, engineers or astronauts? Are we so grimly determined to punish illegal border-crossings that we would deport young men and women who want to fight for the United States in Afghanistan? Surely, we are a more generous people than that. Surely, we are a smarter people than that. Yet, we are foreclosing an opportunity to welcome a group of young people with the promise of becoming stellar citizens. The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act — a bill that would grant “green cards” to, in all likelihood, no more than 1 million of the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants — is in trouble. It narrowly passed the House last week, but its prospects in the Senate are poor. An irrational hard line on illegal immigration has come to be one of the most important principles of the



An irrational hard line on illegal immigration has come to be one of the most important principles of the Republican Party, a position that its elected officials dare not flout.

Republican Party, a position that its elected officials dare not flout. Only eight Republicans voted for the DREAM Act in the House, and Senate Republicans who used to support it have run away from it. Those include Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who was chief sponsor of the original DREAM Act when it was introduced in 2001. Now, he fears a Tea Party challenge of the sort that claimed his Republican colleague from Utah, Sen. Bob Bennett, and he wants nothing to do with the bill. There is something scarily shortsighted about this. Even as President Barack Obama has stressed

that our economy’s fortunes depend on increasing the number of college graduates, our elected representatives would reject this young Harvard student, who wrote anonymously of her plight in an online publication, The Daily Beast: “I’m a senior at Harvard and I’m undocumented. ... I was the valedictorian of my high school class and got full scholarships to the country’s best schools. It is important that I point out I have been published in some of the top magazines and am currently working on a book, an excerpt of which has already been published.” We’d give the boot to Jessica

Colotl, who has come close to completing her degree at metro Atlanta’s Kennesaw State University. We’d kick out Marco (he didn’t want his last name used), who studied engineering at Georgia Tech after earning a perfect score on the math portion of his SAT. And we’d reject countless other strivers who have heeded a familiar strain in American culture: Study, stay in school, work hard. That’s the ticket to success. Sen. Jeff Sessions. R-Ala., has called the bill a “reckless proposal for mass amnesty.” It is nothing of the sort. It’s a narrowly tailored measure that would apply only to people under the age of 30, who came to the United States before they were 16, and who’ve lived here at least five years. The vast majority of them were brought to this country by their parents when they were too young to know anything about immigration laws. The legislation requires them to complete two years of college or military service and to abide by other laws to be eligible for a 10-year conditional residency.

Because of its requirements, immigration experts think that about 800,000 illegal immigrants would ultimately be eligible. After 10 years, DREAM Act beneficiaries could apply for permanent residency. After five years of permanent residency, they could apply for citizenship. That series of steps — at least 15 years before citizenship from DREAM Act provisions — gives the lie to the claim that beneficiaries could become immediate sponsors to their undocumented family members. They couldn’t. Besides, any family member who came here illegally has to go back to his country for 10 years. Still, I suppose it’s possible there might be 13-year-olds in Guatemala or Columbia who’d hire a coyote to cross the border illegally in order to get the opportunity to join the U.S. armed forces when they’re 18 years old. If so, let them come.

• Cynthia Tucker writes for The Atlanta JournalConstitution. E-mail reaches her at cynthia@

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smart money Q: We have about $15,000 in credit card debt. We have two loans through a bank for about $9,000 each. We have a family of six, with one child being a firstyear student in college. We both work and we both have a retireBRUCE ment of $66,000. We are 47 and 44 years old. We live paycheck-to-paycheck. I was thinking of taking money out of my retirement account to pay off the credit card debt. Is this a good plan or not? — Greg, via e-mail A: You indicate you have more than $30,000 in debt — a substantial amount of money. You also indicate that you live paycheck to paycheck. I don’t believe that you should ever raid a retirement account to pay off debt, unless it’s a question of foreclosure. I think you would be better advised to sit



down with a debt counselor and see whether some type of longer terms and lowerinterest settlement can be worked out. I am not talking about these people that run advertisements that scream that the credit card companies are giving billions and billions and now it’s your turn. Companies like Consumer Credit Counseling Service would be your best shot. Further, you mentioned that you have four children and the first one going to college. With all due respect to kids, I believe that they have to find their own way. You cannot afford to pay for college. I believe you have to give your kids roots, wings and standards, and then they should be on their own. I wouldn’t consider raiding my retirement account to help with college expenses. You didn’t indicate, but community college should be very seriously considered by families with limited income, such as yours. •

Bruce Williams writes for Newspaper Enterprise Association. E-mail him at

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate is moving to pass a package that would spare taxpayers at every income level from a significant tax increase on Jan. 1. The package will then go to the House, where Democrats are fuming over extended tax breaks for the wealthy that President Barack Obama negotiated with Senate Republicans. House Democrats are considering possible changes, perhaps holding a vote to enact a higher estate tax than Obama negotiated. But even critics of the package say they expect it to pass as is. “There’s a political reality here,” said Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr., D-N.J. “We can jump up and down all we want about the higher-end estate taxes, and I don’t think anything’s going to change because the

At a glance Some of the things the package extends: • Lower tax rates for taxpayers at every income level. The top rate, on taxable income above $379,150, would stay at 35 percent, instead of increasing to 39.6 percent. The bottom rate, on taxable income below $8,500 for individuals and $17,000 for married couples, would stay at 10 percent, instead of increasing to 15 percent. Cost: $186.8 billion. • More generous itemized deductions for high-income households. Cost: $20.7 billion. • Marriage penalty relief, increasing the standard deduction for married couples. Cost: $18 billion. • A more generous Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income families. Cost: $15.7 billion. Senate isn’t going to change it.” Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-N.Y., chairwoman of the House Rules Committee, said the House could take up the bill today or Thursday. The Senate has scheduled

a midday vote on the bill. It is expected to easily pass the Senate with broad bipartisan support after clearing a procedural vote Monday, 83-15. “I think the Senate is going to pass this measure ensuring that no one’s taxes go up

by a very significant margin, and I hope that our friends in the House will understand that that’s the best way to go forward — simply pass the Senate bill, get it down to a president who supports the understanding,” said Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. McConnell warned House Democrats that any changes could derail the package. “This agreement is not subject to being reopened.” The bill would extend expiring tax cuts at every income level that were enacted under President George W. Bush. It also would renew jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed that is due to lapse, and enact a one-year cut in Social Security taxes. The bill’s cost, $858 billion, would be added to the deficit.


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Mississippi Capitol nativity display draws fire from Wisconsin-based group JACKSON, Miss. — A privately funded nativity scene is on display this year inside the Mississippi Capitol. Justin Barnard, chairman of the Mississippi-based 9/11 Remembrance Foundation, said Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant asked if his group would sponsor the display. It features a barn that’s about 4 feet tall, with figures of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus. The scene is displayed on the first floor rotunda at the center of the Capitol, where a wide variety of groups — from arts promoters to health care providers — set up booths during legislative sessions to advocate for their causes. Annie Laurie Gaylor, cochair of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, said that her Wisconsin-based group wants to erect a sign near the display in Mississippi that says, among other things, “Religion is but myth and superstition.”

$1.5M Shell donation to build artificial reefs BATON ROUGE — Shell Oil Company has donated $1.5 million to the Coastal Conservation Association for marine habitat conservation, and the first $250,000 will be used on Louisiana’s Independence Island. The island, in Barataria Bay near Grand Isle, will get two new limestone reefs that will provide a new fishing spot for anglers in Grand Isle. The reefs will help reverse some

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A state employee walks past a nativity scene inside the Mississippi Capitol in Jackson Tuesday.

the south

Extend review time for drilling, Senate says

of the coastal erosion and subsidence that had sunk much of Independence Island and ended its viability as a fisheries habitat.

WASHINGTON — A bill moving toward approval in the Senate would increase by 60 days the amount of time the Interior Department has to conduct environmental and safety reviews of offshore drilling projects. The bill would extend the review period for offshore exploration plans from 30 days to 90 days. The Obama administration has said an extension is necessary to ensure projects are adequately reviewed. The agency responsible for offshore drilling was widely criticized after the Gulf oil spill for rushing through BP’s permit for a deepwater well without sufficient environmental review.


MDOT tries new system for truck inspections FULTON, Miss. — The Mississippi Department of Transportation is trying new technology that allows enforcement officers to check commercial vehicles while the trucks are still rolling. MDOT is using the so-called Smart Roadside System, funded by a $3.5 million federal grant. The system allows on-the-go checks for license plate numbers, weight loads, brakes and exhaust.



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If you go The Vicksburg National Military Park in partnership with the Old Court House Museum will kick off the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with a re-enactment of Mississippiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s secession and the â&#x20AC;&#x153;First Guns in the Westâ&#x20AC;? on Jan. 8. â&#x20AC;˘ At the Old Court House Museum, the Articles of Secession will be read and the U.S. flag will be replaced with the Confederate â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bonnie Blue Flag,â&#x20AC;? at 10 a.m., followed by a historical program inside the museum. â&#x20AC;˘ At Fort Hill, a re-enactment of Vicksburgâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s firing on the riverboat A.O. Tyler will be at 2 p.m. Admission to both events is free, but the normal $8 per vehicle charge to enter VNMP for tours will remain in effect. For more information, call VNMP at 601-636-0583.

Continued from Page A1. release. â&#x20AC;&#x153;How much moreso for those who witnessed it then, and could only contemplate and speculate what this bold act of defiance would bring upon them, their families, their city and their state?â&#x20AC;? Mississippi seceded from the Union on Jan. 9, 1861, and the Bonnie Blue flag was raised over the Capitol in Jackson. South Carolina had seceded Dec. 20, 1860. Januaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s observance will begin at 10 a.m., on the east portico of the Old Court House, where Mississippiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ordinance of Secession will be read along with â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Declaration of the Immediate Causes, which Induce and Justify the Secession of the State of Mississippi from

the Federal Unionâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a list of grievances against the federal government, which has been called Mississippiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Declaration of Independence â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and the flags will be changed to the accompaniment of an artillery salute from a riverside battery of cannon. Directly after the chang-

ing of the flag, a program in the upstairs courtroom will include an introduction to the Civil War, by Kavanaugh, and a lecture

on the attitude of Vicksburg toward secession and its effects on the city, by Jeff Giambrone, a Bolton native who worked as a historian at the Old Court House Museum from 1996 to 2005 and has authored several books on Vicksburg and the Civil War. At 2 p.m., an artillery battery atop Fort Hill in the military park will re-enact what Kavanaugh called the â&#x20AC;&#x153;first guns in the westâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the firing on the riverboat A.O. Tyler. In addition to the demonstration, park staff will present an interpretive program describing the actual event and the facts surrounding it, he said. Reviewing the events of


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that January 150 years ago, Kavanaugh pointed out that the same day Mississippi seceded, South Carolina fired from Morris Island in Charleston Harbor at the steamship Star of the West, carrying food and supplies for the federal garrison in Fort Sumter. Vicksburgâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s firing on the Tyler took place four days later, on Jan. 13, 1861. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Civil War, a struggle that would claim over 625,000 American lives during the next four years, had begun,â&#x20AC;? Kavanaugh noted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This was two months before the inauguration of Abraham Lincoln and three months prior to the attack upon and sur-



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had the rating downgraded in 2008. Bonds from the 2007 issue were being repaid to Memphis-based Duncan Williams Inc. at a 4.13 percent annual interest over 10 years, with final payment due in September 2017. Final payment on the 2001 bond issue that went toward sprucing up downtown will be April 1, 2011. City accountant Doug Whittington said recent payments have reduced the city’s true outstanding debt on the 2001 and 2007 infrastructure-related bond issues to $18.4 million, and was confident the service wouldn’t lower the city’s credit rating. “The watchlist was placed because (the audits) are being done,” Whittington said. “I would hope they don’t lower it over something that has nothing to do with our creditworthiness.”

Continued from Page A1. completed within a year, but more than 60 days. “When I came in, we were four years behind,” said Winfield, who took office in July 2009. “Now we’re two years behind.” He said he was unaware of Tuesday’s opinion from Moody’s. “We will work diligently to get the ’08 and ’09 audits done.” Vicksburg received its rating in May, when Moody’s recalibrated it from the A2 rating assigned to the city’s $16.9 million in general obligation bonds for road paving, recreation upgrades and the bridge at Washington and Clark streets. In May 2009, that rating was given as a correction to reflect the city’s higher rating compared to bond insurer AMBAC, a firm that

Robbery Continued from Page A1. Britton & Koontz Bank at 2059 U.S. 61 North, where he threatened a teller with violence in his demand for money, Pace said. After being given the money, Collins left the bank on foot, Pace said. A witness told deputies a white van left the area minutes after the robbery, and a vehicle fitting the description was spotted eight minutes later on Mount Alban Road. The van’s driver ignored sirens and lights and continued east on Scott Road then north on Mississippi 27 where deputies threw down spike strips that flattened two of the van’s tires. The van continued, to Warriors Trail, where it ran into an investigator’s car. Collins was arrested and no weapon was found, Pace said. Collins was in the Warren


County Jail this morning without bond pending a court hearing planned for this afternoon. The arrest is not Collins’ first brush with the law. Records show he was convicted in 1995 of bank robbery, burglary and uttering a forgery in Harrison County. He was sentenced to seven years in prison and was released after serving five. In Vicksburg, Collins was charged twice with embezzlement from Waffle House, once a felony and once a misdemeanor, Vicksburg police Lt. Bobby Stewart said this morning. After Collins paid restitution on the felony theft of $3,125 in 2008, Stewart said, the charges were dropped. The Vicksburg Police Department had four misdemeanor warrants for traffic violations against Collins when he was arrested Tuesday, Stewart said. Although dates of service

could not be confirmed, Collins reportedly served in the U.S. military and was employed by a police department on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. In Vicksburg, Collins has been a part-time coach at PCA for about a year. Headmaster Doug Branning issued a written statement this morning, but declined to answer questions. “We are saddened and shocked by the actions of Mr. Derrick Collins,” the statement said. “Mr. Collins has been well respected by the students, parents and faculty at Porters Chapel Academy. Mr. Collins is not a classroom teacher at PCA. However, he is a part-time coach in football and basketball.” Collins also has been listed for a year as a coach for a youth league football team, the Vicksburg Eagles, which plays at the Vicksburg Junior High School field on Baldwin Ferry Road near Mission 66. The league is for ages 6 to 12.



Continued from Page A1. the court file, indicated they were split 10-2 to convict. Tubbs pleaded guilty in 1993 to raping a 10-yearold girl and served about 10 years of a 25-year sentence. The previous conviction was allowed into evidence in this week’s trial only to show motive, intent or challenge Tubbs’ defense that his contact with the child had been the result of “mistake or accident.” A jury spokesman said jurors had considered all the evidence and three separate votes had been taken, but no progress toward a unanimous decision had been made in the last hour of their deliberations. “It happens that different minds see things differently,” Patrick said, and thanked them for their service. District Attorney Ricky

Continued from Page A1. Smith said the family of the child, who testified Monday that Tubbs had molested her, would be very disappointed the child would have to go through another trial. “It’s very unfortunate the jury could not reach a decision,” said Smith. “But we definitely intend to retry the defendant.” “It’s hard to say what the motivating factor is with juries,” said Louis Field, Tubbs’ attorney. “People sometimes just don’t see eye to eye.” He spoke briefly with Tubbs after the jury was dismissed. Tubbs was arrested Dec. 21 and charged with molesting the child after she told her mother several days earlier that he had touched her, and pointed to her private parts when asked where on her body. The mother took the child to the hospital,

where an examination revealed no physical marks of molestation. A later DNA test showed, however, that a sample from Tubbs was an identical match to DNA found in the child’s underwear. Earlier Tuesday, Kathryn Moyse, an expert witness in the field of forensic DNA analysis who works for Scales Biological Laboratory in Brandon, told the court that so much male DNA had been found in the child’s underwear, it had to be diluted 10 times to properly conduct the test. The DNA found was an identical match to a sample taken from Tubbs, but could also be a match with certain male relatives, Moyse said. In addition, it matched one individual in a randomly created database of about 8,000 people.

She said the quantity of DNA found was not consistent with casual contact or transfer from one item of clothing to another, or from random skin cells or hair, but would have had to come from some body fluid. Field, however, raised questions about how the child’s articles of clothing had been stored, as well as how the underwear and Tubbs’ DNA swab were packaged before being sent for testing. Several defense witnesses also testified that they were present in the home where the molestation was reported to have occurred and saw nothing unusual. Smith countered that none of them said they were in the room with Tubbs and the child, and that Tubbs’ statements to police had been inconsistent and implausible.

Show” and “Live with Regis and Kelly” this morning. He is scheduled to appear on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” at 10:30 tonight. On Friday, House, his wife and their two sons will head to the Cayman Islands for a vacation. They will then return to the state for the holidays before House begins fulfilling his contractual obligation to NBC by speaking about healthy living and losing weight. “It’s a lifestyle change,” House told Roker this morning, “not a diet anymore.” Before being picked to participate in “The Biggest Loser,” House was without a job, having lost his position as a grocery store sales representative. Now, he has accepted a position with a South Carolina high school called Mindstream Academy, which is for overweight teens committed to getting healthy. He is also set to launch a blog, at, where he will give tips for eating healthy through the holidays, he said in the NBC interview this morning. But, he told Roker, “The first thing I’m going to do (with the $250,000) is go back to my parents and in-laws and pay them back the money I’ve borrowed this year.”

deaths James Richard Carley James Richard “Rick” Carley died Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010, at his home. He was 53. Mr. Carley was a native of Mobile and had lived in Vicksburg for 43 years. He was a self-employed heat and air technician. He was preceded in death by his father, James William Carley; and his wife, Deborah Lynn Carley. Survivors include his daughter, Angie Carley of Vicksburg; his mother, Lucy Carley Causey of Vicksburg; two brothers, Greg Carley and wife Joanne and Mike Carley and wife Shelia, all of Vicksburg; three stepbrothers; two nephews; three nieces; and two grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at a later date with Glenwood Funeral Home in charge.

James Koestler Sr James “Barney” Koestler Sr. died Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010. He was 49. Born in Memphis, Tenn., he had been a resident of Vicksburg most of his life. Mr. Koestler attended St. Aloysius High School and had completed his junior year when his family moved to Azle, Texas, where he graduated from Azle High School. He was a graduate of James Hinds Junior Koestler Sr. College and attended the University of Southern Mississippi. Mr. Koestler retired from Ergon Refining. He was an enthusiastic sportsman, enjoying hunting and fishing, and he will be remembered for his cooking. He was a member of the Vicksburg Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife,

Tina Lee Koestler of Vicksburg; two sons, James B. Koestler Jr. (Ginger) of Oxford and Ben Koestler of Vicksburg; his parents, Leo and Carolyn W. Koestler of Vicksburg; four brothers, Mike Koestler (Diane) of Trophy Club, Texas, Pat Koestler (MiMi) of Murfreesboro, Tenn., Leo Koestler III of Vicksburg and Chris Koestler (Ashley) of Cleveland, Tenn.; his maternal grandmother, Lena Norene Weaver of Vicksburg; his fatherin-law and mother-in-law, Reggie and Dewell Crawford of Vicksburg; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, James B. Weaver; his paternal grandparents, Leo and Mae Koestler; and a nephew, Zachary Koestler. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Riles Funeral Home Chapel with Donnie Cain, Eric Welch and Reggie Crawford officiating. Burial will be at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. Thursday until the service. Pallbearers will be Steve Bounds Jr., John Kellum, Gerald Downs, Bert Bell, Tommy Gray, Shane Kemp and Sam Haas. Memorials may be made to the Jackson Medical Mall Cancer Center, P.O. Box 11508, Jackson, MS 39283.

Everlisa L. Northern Services for Everlisa L. Northern will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Lakeview Memorial Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 1 until 5 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Mrs. Northern died Friday, Dec. 10, 2010, at Covenant Health and Rehab. She was 74. She was a member of Mount Carmel M.B. Church.

Lucille Alma Trass HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Lucille Alma Trass died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010, at Promise Regional Medical Center in Hutchinson, Kan. She was 81. Mrs. Trass was born in Mayersville to Willie and Elnora Johnson Reed and was a longtime Hutchinson resident. She worked as a housekeeper. She is survived by her husband, Roosevelt Trass; six sons, Frankie R. Reed, Willie C. Trass, Floyd L. Trass, Donald S. Trass, Clinton D. Trass and Victor D. Trass; five daughters, Celia A. Garrett, Elnora A. Reed, Patricia N. Trass, Barbara J. Trass and Brenda C. Trass; 30 grandchildren; 29 greatgrandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Rose Hill M.B. Church in Mayersville with


Pastor Michael Williams officiating. Burial will follow at Moon Lake Cemetery under the direction of Walker Funeral Home of Rolling Fork. Visitation will be at the church from 10 a.m. Thursday until the service.

Donald L. Willis Donald L. Willis died Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010, at Central Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. He was 89. Born and reared in Billings, Mo., Mr. Willis retired from the Navy as aircraft ordnance chief after 20 years of service. He later was employed at China Lake Naval Weapons Station, Ridgecrest, Calif., retiring with 20 years of service there. He was a member of the American Legion, U.S. Navy Institute and Navy League of the United States and was a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was a Baptist.

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He was preceded in death by his parents, Harvey Robert and Elsie Garoutte Willis; his wife, Leola Anderson Willis; a stepson, Don A. Willis Sr.; and two brothers, Jack Willis and James Willis. Survivors include his wife, Faye Moulder Willis of Vicksburg; two daughters, Barbara Harrington and Celeste Eubank, both of Eugene, Ore.; two sons, Stephen L. Willis of Lakeland, Ga., and Robert J. Willis Sr. of Selah, Wash.; two stepsons, George E. Smith Jr. of Bellevue, Wash., and Jack B. Smith of Vicksburg; 13 grandchildren; seven stepgrandchildren; and great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010, at Glenwood Funeral Home with the Rev. Mike Fields officiating. Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until the service. Following cremation, his remains were scattered by the Navy.



Mr. James “Barney” Koestler Sr. Service 11 a.m. Thursday, December 16, 2010 Riles Funeral Home Chapel Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery Visitation 10 a.m. Thursday until the hour of service Memorials Jackson Medical Mall Cancer Center P. O. Box 11508 Jackson, Mississippi 39283

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Partly cloudy tonight with a chance of showers, lows in the 50s; partly cloudy Thursday with a chance of showers, highs in the 60s

WEATHER This weather package is compiled from historical records and information provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the City of Vicksburg and The Associated Press.

LOCAL FORECAST thursday-friday Partly cloudy with a chance of showers; lows in the 50s, highs in the 60s

STATE FORECAST TONIGHT Partly cloudy with a chance of showers, lows in the 50s thursday-friday Partly cloudy with a chance of showers; lows in the 50s, highs in the 60s

Almanac Highs and Lows High/past 24 hours............. 49º Low/past 24 hours............... 25º Average temperature......... 37º Normal this date................... 50º Record low..............15º in 1901 Record high............76º in 1948 Rainfall Recorded at the Vicksburg Water Plant Past 24 hours.................0.0 inch This month..............0.37 inches Total/year.............. 44.58 inches Normal/month......2.81 inches Normal/year........ 49.23 inches Solunar table Most active times for fish and wildlife Thursday: A.M. Active..........................12:26 A.M. Most active................. 6:37 P.M. Active...........................12:48 P.M. Most active.................. 7:00 Sunrise/sunset Sunset today........................ 4:59 Sunset tomorrow............... 4:59 Sunrise tomorrow.............. 6:57

RIVER DATA Stages Mississippi River at Vicksburg Current: 21.2 | Change: -1.0 Flood: 43 feet Yazoo River at Greenwood Current: 12.2 | Change: +0.3 Flood: 35 feet Yazoo River at Yazoo City Current: 8.1 | Change: -0.7 Flood: 29 feet Yazoo River at Belzoni Current: 9.4 | Change: -0.5 Flood: 34 feet Big Black River at West Current: 3.7 | Change: NC Flood: 12 feet Big Black River at Bovina Current: 7.4 | Change: +0.1 Flood: 28 feet StEELE BAYOU Land....................................68.4 River....................................68.3


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South Korea stages drill on tensions with North SEOUL, South Korea — South Koreans stopped their cars, donned gas masks and ducked into underground shelters today in the country’s biggest-ever evacuation drill — a government attempt to prepare traditionally indifferent citizens for possible new attacks by North Korea. Fears of war on the divided Korean peninsula have intensified since the rivals fired artillery shells at each other last month across their tense western sea border. Four South Koreans on a front-line island were killed; the North’s casualties are unknown.

Man shows no AIDS after blood transplant A very unusual blood transplant appears to have cured an American man living in Berlin of infection with the AIDS virus, but doctors say the approach is not practical for wide use. The man, who is in his 40s, had a blood stem cell transplant in 2007 to treat leukemia. His donor not only was a good blood match but also had a gene mutation that confers natural resistance to HIV. Now, three years later, the recipient shows no signs of leukemia or HIV infection, according to a report in the journal Blood.

Jobless woes keep Fed with bond plan WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve said Tuesday it will maintain the pace of its $600 billion Treasury bond-buying program because the economy is still too weak to bring down high unemployment. The Fed’s bond purchases

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Wiki founder awaits bond appeal hearing LONDON — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will spend at least one more night in a British prison, after court officials said today that an appeal against the Julian decision to Assange grant him bail would not be heard for at least 24 hours. Officials at the High Court in London said the appeal by Swedish authorities would be heard Thursday. The court said further details were to be confirmed later today. On Tuesday, a judge ordered Assange released on $316,000 bail, but Swedish prosecutors challenged the decision. Assange has spent a week

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Rioters in Athens rage over economy ATHENS, Greece — Protesters clashed with riot police across Athens today, torching cars, hurling gasoline bombs and sending Christmas shoppers fleeing in panic during a general strike against the government’s latest frugality measures. Police fired tear gas and flash grenades as the violence escalated outside parliament and spread to other parts of the capital.

At least 38 killed in blasts in Iran TEHRAN, Iran — Two suicide bombers blew themselves up near a mosque in southeastern Iran today, killing at least 38 people at a Shiite mourning ceremony, state media reported. The attack took place outside the Imam Hussein Mosque in the port city of Chahbahar, near the border with Pakistan, the official IRNA news agency said.


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Degrees • Mary Jane Bufkin has completed her course of study to receive a master’s degree in nursing from University of Mississippi Medical Center. She and her husband, Mickey Bufkin, have two daughters, Macey and Marley. She is employed at River Region Medical Center.

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Greek organizations • Claiborne Bryant of Vicksburg has been elected secretary of Kappa Delta sorority at Mississippi State University. A sophoClaiborne more, she Bryant is majoring in art with an emphasis in graphic design. She is the daughter of Bubba and Jan Daigre.

Upcoming events • Hinds Community College Registration — Ongoing for classes that begin Jan. 10; closed Dec. 23-Jan. 2, will reopen 8:15 a.m. Jan. 3; online registration available anytime for students who have seen a counselor, • Mississippi State Extension Service Computer Classes — 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. once per month, January-November; Warren County Extension Office, 1100-C Grove St.; classes, $20 each, will include Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Photoshop, digital management, more; 601-636-5442 to check class availability. • River Kids AfterSchool Art Program — 3:45-5 p.m. Thursdays for 13 weeks beginning Jan. 27, Southern Cultural Heritage Center; free, open to grades 1-6, enrollment limited to 60 students; Karen Biedenharn and McKenzie Coulter, instructors; 601-631-2997 or e-mail to register. • Mississippi Governor’s School Applications — Residential honors program open to current 10th- and 11thgraders who demonstrate ability and achievement in academics, community involvement and leadership potential; event will be June 5-24 at Mississippi University for Women; govschool or 662-241-6096. • FitZone’s Holiday Fun & Fit Night — 6-9 p.m. Friday for ages 3-12; $15, with discounts for multiples; pizza and drink included; 1808 S. Frontage Road; 601-638-3778. • “The Nutcracker” — 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Parkside Playhouse, 101 Iowa Ave.; presented by Debra Franco School of Dance; $10; 601638-7282.

Youngsters with 4-H are spreading Christmas cheer by making ornaments decked out with the organization’s logo and decorating the trees at the Warren County Extension Service and Vicksburg Convention Center. At top, Jalyn Davis, 6, the daughter of Marcus and Lasandra Davis, holds up her finished ornament. At right, Kyle Learned, 13, front, and Caleb Baker, 12, hang ornaments at the convention center. Kyle is the son of Rich and Nanette Learned. Caleb is the son of Keith and Lee Baker. KATIE CARTER•The Vicksburg Post

Vicksburg Junior’s Robotics team takes first place prize From staff reports Vicksburg Junior High School’s first Robotics team, Gator Bait, has bagged a first-place trophy in the First Lego League Mississippi Championship. The trophy — made of Legos — was awarded in the Project Presentation category, “‘Rappin’ Up Prosthetics.” The all-day event, held Dec. 4 in Hattiesburg, consisted of 38 teams from across the state competing in three areas — Core Values Teamwork Challenge, Robot Game

and Project Presentation. Gator Bait’s winning entry, focused on the theme of finding biomedical engineering solutions to today’s scientific problems for the human body, involved alleviating wounds caused by prosthetic devices. Team members designed and illustrated a tri-fold board presentation on their solution of medicated disposable pads, and choreographed movements and lyrics for the oral presentation, a rap written by team member Charity Lockridge, seventh grade, the daughter

of Christopher Lockridge and Khelli Lockridge. The team worked after school for several months building, designing and programming their robot, named RoboGator, that successfully completed many obstacles during event challenges. In addition to the trophy, each team member received medallions. Other team members are Bill Cohen, seventh grade, the son of William and Julie Cohen; Bristol Emerson, eighth grade, the son of Kevin and Jennie Emer-

son; Angelo Hernandez, seventh grade, the son of Erika Maldonado; Ashley Moore, seventh grade, the daughter of Cliff and Donna Moore; KeAndrea Ringold, seventh grade, the daughter of Victoria Parker; KeShonda Smith, seventh grade, the daughter of Belinda Willis; and Joshua Wilson, seventh grade, the son of Shellon Wilson. Coaches are Chris Bates and Marilyn Jones, with volunteer mentors Tommy Carr, Chuck Dickerson, Eddie Melton and Andrew Simmons of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Engineer

Research and Development Center. Local sponsors are Rick Tillotson and Dr. Peggy Wright of ERDC and Auto 1 Stop. Parent chaperones were Julie Cohen and Jennifer Emerson. The team raised money for the trip to Hattiesburg by hosting a game show called “Are You Smarter than an Eighth Grader” on Nov. 19. To prepare for the season, many club members went to the FLL Kickoff Event on Sept. 18 at Stennis Space Center in Hancock County.


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• Kathy Abbott’s kindergarten-third grade hosted a tea party; all students dressed up, second- and third-graders made cupcakes and kindergartners recited a poem. • Students of Kathy Abbott, Tina Sowell and Kim Carson hosted “Happy Birthday, Jesus” parties. They celebrated with cupcakes and read the story of the birth of Christ. • Lynne Townsend and Lois Christian’s classes visited the Vicksburg National Military Park to complete a study of the Civil War. • Members of the Mississippi River Dulcimers performed a Christmas concert for all students.

Beechwood • Dara Hendrix’s kindergartners who won awards for their family stocking project were Blake Channell, most festive stocking; Terrance Mixon, best glittered stocking; Josh Artman, most outdoorsy stocking; Kent McArthur, most original stocking; Alexa Wilson, glitziest stocking; NaDajah Smith, best colored stocking; Camron Green, shiniest stocking; Jonathan Washington, most realistic stocking; Laney Schrader, signs of Christmas stocking; John Custer, most religious stocking; Kayleigh Karel, most angelic stocking; Kameron Rice, “his” stocking; Chloe Rice, “her” stocking; Kayden Lum, Frosty’s favorite stocking; Austin Murphy, starriest stocking; Macey Hill, fuzziest stocking; Chase Smith, most unique stocking; ShaKourie Fultz, my Christmas wish list stocking; Destyne Carson, Santa’s favorite stocking; Elysse Terrett, rosiest stocking; Ellis Terrett, shapeliest stocking; Blakeney Allen, best boy stocking in show; Lydia Hopkins, best girl stocking in show.

Bovina • Pledge leaders for the week were Trimekiara Jackson, Tykira Wilson, Willie Davis, Aayana Chapman, Thomas Cockrell, Audrey Ezell, Brady Green, Parker Green, Tomasina Hunter and Max Carlisle. • Denice Poe’s top Accelerated Readers were Mercedes Ray Middleton, Joseph Wicker and Elaina Neal. • The school’s Christmas

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Agape Montessori Christian Academy students, from left, Hannah Hill, 5, Merry Harding, 7, and Aimee Townsend, 5, eat snacks and sip tea during a party at the school. Hannah is the daughter of Jack and Angie

float won Best in Show and Community’s Choice awards in the Main Street Christmas parade. • The school’s Christmas bazaar will begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

Bowmar • Second-grade classes of Magen Westcott and Jordan Amborn created snow villages for display in the front hall. • Parent helpers were Kristina Nevels, Nancy Carr, Teresa Brooks, Yvonne Eng, Lula Butler, Lina Jones, Yolanda Myles, Jamel Jones, Krista Tanner, Ashley Vroman, Stephanie Gilliam, Sarah Windham, Randy Gatchell, Cheryl Patten and Sylvia Nix. Shelley Tingle donated 40 books to the library. • Star Students were Katie Tanner, Jamison Pendleton, Rikia Williams, Katelin Crook, Brandon Gilliam and Amy Gatchell. • Top Accelerated Readers were: first grade — Brandon Gilliam, Jamison Pendle-

ton, Carter Williams, Mary Katherine Archer, Mary Bay Procell and Hartley Sullivan; second grade — Bram Francis, Michael DeJesus and Jane Hopson; fourth grade — Stu Outlaw, Tyler Jackson, Lee Fortner, Katie Fox, Greyson Parman and Machia Lumpkin. • PTO provided Christmas lunch for faculty and staff members.

Dana Road • Pledge leaders from the first-grade class of Brooke Hughes and Pamela Elam were Darius Burrell, Landon Cessna, Kaleb Davis, Ashton Murphy and Shaymaria Coleman. • Student of the Week in the pre-kindergarten class of Rachel Dean and Jennifer Funches was KeAndre Pendleton. The students created Christmas ornaments for parents. • Second-graders will receive an ice-cream party for collecting the most coins in the AmeriCorps fundraiser to benefit the Mis-

Hill. Merry is the daughter of Gabrielle Ryan. Aimee is the daughter of James and Lynne Townsend.

sissippi Children’s Home. Faculty and staff members filled Christmas stockings for The Salvation Army. Relay for Life team members sold candy grams. • A gingerbread baby shared the “Gingerbread Baby” story with kindergarten students of Starla Breazeale and Desiree Norris. Grandparent volunteers John and Jean Hughes demonstrated the leathermaking process for the students and helped them make Christmas gifts. Secondgraders participated in Polar Express. • Male guests who visited as part of the Real People Read Campaign were Samuel Semi, Cody Hollowell, Sterling Murphy, Kevin Horn, Leon Sims Jr., James Simon, Casey Younger, Amos Pendleton, John Woods, Christopher Green, Robert L. Williams, Kenya Cobbs, Marcus Davis, Rodrick Reed and Carl Horne.

Hawkins Preschool • Katrina Davis’ 2-year-olds

painted candy canes, Christmas trees and snowmen. • Charlene Gravens’ 3-yearolds made handprint Santas and wreaths, painted reindeer T-shirts and created stained-glass ornaments. • Deborah Clanton’s 4-yearolds made Rudolph and handprint ornaments and painted wreaths with peppers and carrots. • Christmas program will begin at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Jacob’s Ladder • Phillip Scales was Leader of the Week. • Students attended the presentation of “Disney on Ice” in Jackson. • Jasmine Free and Matthew Grogan spoke to Peter Pikul’s class at St. Aloysius about Jacob’s Ladder services. • Burton Kellum, Dorothy McNair and Jo Nelson gave students Christmas decorations. • Beechwood Restaurant, led by Will Hood, hosted a Christmas party for students.

Porters Chapel • Top Accelerated Readers for the week were: first grade — Macey Bufkin, Madison Combs, Christian Lancaster, Olivia Masterson and Peyton Sikes; second grade — Bailey Andrews, Gunner Hutchins, Brayden Lynn, Brianna Poole and Audrey Woodruff; third grade — Brayden Kapp, Josh Smith and Luke Yocum; fourth grade — Jeramie Young; fifth grade — Josh Arias, Michael Brewer, Gracie Felker and Kyle Guider; sixth grade — Ryan Collins and Garrett Hutchins.

Redwood • Pledge leaders for the week were T’Asia Sims, Haleigh McDaniel, Reann Ponder, Darlene Jackson, Kejuanta Smith, Robby Culbertson, Emily Vandennieuwboer, Logan Hossley, Autumn Cochran and Grahm Tweedle. • Braxton Morson and Reann Ponder were recogContinued on page B3.

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Parents looking to party on New Year’s should snag sitter now By The Associated Press Parents, give yourselves the gift of an early resolution: Snag a sitter pronto for New Year’s Eve and expect to open those wallets wide. The hunt for child care on the year’s most lucrative night for sitters began in June for some parents, though the more usual approach is to wait until the last minute, panic and shell out top dollar. “Most people will book the week before New Year’s Eve. We’re still a society of procrastinators, for sure,” said Melissa Marchwick, a spokeswoman in Chicago for the caregiver match service Hourly rates for the big night can more than double, she said. Some sitters are looking for extra incentives like fatter

tips, festive food and safe, costfree passage home amid the craziness. “The parents who start looking earlier have more of their pick and there’s less competition,” Marchwick said. “They can get those sitters at a more normal rate.” Marchwick’s site, which charges membership fees but offers a free, seven-day trial, has about a million caregivers available nationwide. The site helps parents check references, conduct interviews and use free access to background checks. The race for New Year’s Eve kid care is fierce because many sitters like to celebrate, too. College kids are on break from classes — living la vida loca — and fewer high-schoolers baby-sit at all, consumed by

lives of academics, sports and extracurriculars. “We’re seeing an older and older sitter,” Marchwick said. “The average now is 27 years old, much more experienced.” Want a sitter but can’t afford double time? Pay for two or three hours and add a flat $100 to spend the night. If that’s too much, share a sitter with friends and try to negotiate, but don’t forget the tip. “I kind of think New Year’s is overrated,” said Samantha Haviser, a 24-year-old volunteer coordinator for a nonprofit in Washington, D.C. She plans to baby-sit the night away. Haviser is asking for $25 to $30 an hour. Use Sittercity’s calculator — www.sittercity. com/rates — to get a read on the rule of thumb in your Zip code, then double it or more for

the holiday. The tool factors in the age of a sitter, experience level and number of children involved. Mom Laura Ceriello, 41, in New York City, said making merry en masse like the Times Square scene means the night belongs mostly to amateurs. She and her husband had two party invitations, one that included kids and one for adults only. They chose to take their 5-year-old daughter along. “Maybe I’m just too old,” she said. Tracy Ferry’s feeling frisky in suburban D.C. She usually spends $12 to $15 an hour for a sitter. She and her husband are throwing a party for New Year’s and she found care for the children of friends when she booked her own help at an hourly rate of $30.

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Confetti and a cheering crowd signal the start of the New Year at Times Square in New York in 2007.

school by school Continued from page B2. nized for making a perfect score on the MCT. • Second-grade GATES students of Letitia Fitzgerald watched a performance of “The Nutcracker” at Belhaven University in Jackson. • Third-grade students of Darlene Taylor, Belinda Watkins and Angela Grantham had a “Polar Express” slumber party after reading the book. Students enjoyed hot chocolate in their pajamas while watching the movie. Third-grade GATES students of Andra Bonelli collected change to donate to the Children’s Shelter and to the Scott Hosemann family, fire victims. • Bobby Tullos, intern at River Region, spoke to sixthgraders about the dangers of tobacco use. After reading “The Black Stallion,” sixth-grade students of Misty Hossley, Leslie Mobley and Mary Hunter Sharp hosted a party that featured horse rides, s’mores and hot chocolate. Parents Pam Smith, Debra Jarabica, Lisa Boleware, Fred Newcomb, Tom Lee, Kelly Summerlin, Laura King and Torry and Kim Lewis assisted.

Sherman Avenue • Sally Owen’s kindergartners who are reading for the 100 Book Club are as follows: 30 books — Michaela Barber; 20 books — Jacob Bryant and Anna Cain; 10 books — Daniel Butler, Destyni Gipson, Shelby Goings, Hunter Moore and Roderick Shorter. • Students recognized as members of the Shining Star Celebrity Club for demonstrating responsibility and respect were Davian McDonald, Rukiyah Miller, Daniel Butler, Jazlyn Coles, Michael Slogis, Careyana McCoy, Emma Neal, Michael Mangle, Syniya Mangle, Cedric Gleese, Melanie Lewis, Voshon Williams, Jaylen Hemphill, Terrance Johnson, Ty’Anica Smith, Isaiah Smith, Madison Cloud, Tyzaih Williams, Zachary Pedroche, Joshua Rew, Kemariyah Glasper, Tyriona Mazie, Jashawn Smith and Nekhia Dillard. • Guests in the pre-kindergarten classes as part of Read People Read were Michelle Johnson, Sherman Avenue behavior specialist; Rebecca Lancaster, Sherman Avenue art teacher; and William Bynum. • As part of the Real People Read program, Warren Central High School ninth-graders read to students of Julia Hood, Dee McCain, Courtney Pickering, Sheila Scott, Betty Smith and Jennifer Stringer. • Third-graders named to the 100s Club for benchmark test scores were Collin Manuel, Tyziah Williams, Habilee Day, Kevin Jones, Mia Somerville, Simran Patel, Brianna Daughtry, Laraedoe Kirby, Karla Rojas, Ashlyn Wright, Aryn Greer, Christian Brown, Kaylee Hoeft, Alexis Moore, Kaley Stamps, Zackary Pedroche, Cazlin Carroll, Maryellen Dunaway, Vanity McCloud,

Timeshia Weathersby, Jaden Sanders, Syrilla Glapion, Angel Love, Trenity Spratley, Tamarrian Wright, Talia Hardaway, Keirsten Carroll, Antonica Jefferies, Jonathan Nolan, Anyah Thompson, Laney Whitten, Desmen Davis, Jagger Gill, Searra Odom, Nobel Hamrang, Keithia Chiles, Austin Johnson, Schyler Morgan, Katherine Torres-Cruz, Caitlin Doyle, Andi McKay, Caitlin Crump, Shamar Lott, Grayson Rankin and Imani Williams.

South Park • Fifth-graders Charles Bagshaw, Ella Eade, De’Avion Galtney, Daniel Sessions, Antonio Peoples and Kimberlynn Christian participated in the school’s Spelling Bee. • Jennifer Williams’ class has adopted Jolly, an Elf-onthe-Shelf. Ruth Oliver was a guest reader in the class. • Fourth-graders created and illustrated examples of syllabication. • After reading several adaptations of “The Gingerbread Man,” kindergarten classes of Angelia Donaghe and Susan McKinnie conducted comparisons and sequencing activities, made a gingerbread man and participated in a gingerbread man hunt.

Vicksburg Catholic • Liz Fletcher’s sixth-grade reading classes used The Vicksburg Post to complete a novel hunt and make mini posters after reading “Call It Courage.” They also completed a gingerbread glyphmaking project. • Second-grader Logan Young dressed as St. Lucy and distributed doughnuts to teachers to celebrate St. Lucy’s feast day. PTO provided a Christmas breakfast for teachers. • Wayne Seitz’s junior high drama class performed the self-written play, “Home for Christmas,” for St. Francis students and parents.

Vicksburg High • High school 4-H members played bingo with residents of Shady Lawn Nursing Home, where they presented gifts to their adopted residents. Club leaders are Don Smith and Mahron Selah.

Vicksburg Intermediate • Pledge leaders for the week were Asia Lewis, Jordan Jones, Ashanti Mackey, Desmond Johnson and Jeneal Qualls. • Sixth-grade students, coached by Ryan Grey, defeated the fifth-grade students, coached by Adrian Clark, in the Good Behavior Basketball Challenge. Students from all grades cheered both teams with spirit signs. The VIS Highsteppers, consisting of teachers and assistants under the direction of Margo Hunter, entertained at half-time. Referees were Jack Leist, Malinda Grays and Chandrea Williams.

• Students participated in a school-wide Christmas SingAlong. • Friday is a 60 percent day; no lunch will be served. School will resume Jan. 4, 2011.

Vicksburg Junior High • Morgan Gates spoke to Chris Williams’ local cultures class about the Siege of Vicksburg. • PTO honored faculty and staff with a Christmas party. • Student winners in the school talent show were Jeremiah Horton and Jamison Watson, first place; Jonte Stevens, Michael Harris, Dewayne Parson and Keyron Turner, second place; and Christopher Harden, third place.

Warren Central High • Students caught doing something good were Jasmine Bass, Joshua Free, Mary Catherine Mullen, Kaitlyn Gill, Crystal Worley and Sean McRaney. • Staff Members of the Week are Cheryl Swan and Lynda Trussell. • Students with an 80 or above in Chrissy Brewer’s Mississippi studies classes visited Natchez, where they toured Melrose, the William Johnson House, Grand Village of the Natchez Indians, Jefferson College, downtown by horse and carriage and Emerald Mound. Select students from Brewer’s class participated in Vicksburg’s Historic Ghost Tour. Kavanaugh Breazeal and Gordon Watkins spoke to Brewer’s class about the flood of 1927. • Chrissy Brewer’s Mississippi studies students read to Sherman Avenue first-graders as part of the Real People Read program. • Choices Club members are collecting pennies for the Warren County Children’s Shelter.

test are due Jan. 7. Theme is African-Americans and the Civil War. • Reading Fair winners were as follows: third grade — Nichilas Straughter, first place; Tiffnetta Modelist, second place; and Aaliyah Williams, third place; fourth and fifth grade — LeDella Williams and Eddie Henderson, first place; Brent Styles and Taylor Byrne, second place; and Kristofer Clark and Lila Hearn, third place; sixth grade — Rebecca Boyd, first place and best in show; Katie Bell, second place; and Ke’Londa Magee and Mikeael Bell, third place; family — Natalie Clanton and James Archer, first place; and Destiney Swartz, second place.

Warrenton • Science Fair workshop for parents will be 5:30-6:30 tonight. The first 50 parents will receive a free board; the fair is mandatory for grades 4-6. • Top Accelerated Reader

classes for the week were Angeline Baker’s fifth grade, Heather Gordon’s third grade and Katie Emfinger’s fifth grade. Top readers were as follows: first grade — Michyla Redden, Khalia Ross, Michaela Franklin, Carlos Rollins and Holly Thornell; second grade — Taylor Harrigill, Dylan Jeffery Cochran, Sarah Randolph, Arieanna Joyner, Michala Ellis and Abigail Hughes; third grade — D’Quabion Bunton, Benjamin Holmes, Ian Gordon, Kameren Batty and Cayla Parson; fourth grade — Andre Ranis, Maddie Wilkerson, Dylan Wright, Brayan Loyola and Tyrese Robinson; fifth grade — Zachary Moore, Destinee Shaifer, Jeffery Scott, Kiona Patton and Faith Meredith; sixth grade — Jacob Cochran, Tyron Carter, Brandan Shaifer, LaZerick Brown and Taylor Shiers. • Spelling Bee winner was Jon Bantugan; Faye Valerio was runner-up.

• Golden Apple winners were Rebecca Hughes, Lindsey Hall, Katie Emfinger, Kat Hilderbrand, Heather Gordon, Tammy Wood and Myra Grey. • Right on Target award winners were Laila Brown, Michyla Redden, Samuel Flores, Cayla Parson, Kymderric Price, Kionna Patton and Kelsey Meredith.

Woodlawn • Three-year-old leaders of the week were Carrie Lynn Wood, Caitlyn Woods, Victor Baker, Carter and Carson Henderson. • Four-year-old leaders of the week were Jack Lafferty, Gracie Catchell, Chloe Barnard, Will Wright and Kiara Frazier. • Ticia Martinez and Barrett Shows were caught doing something kind. • All students were treated to an ice-cream party for collecting pennies for Warren County Children’s Shelter.

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Warren Central Intermediate • Project Wisdom theme is Making a Difference By Being Our Best. Art classes created handprint Santa Clauses. • Fifth-graders who were Caught Being Good were Lila Hearn, Andrew Early, Erielle Smith, Kennedy Davis, Allen Young, Shakayla Ross, Zechary Bergeron, Euseph Stewart, Donshae Harris, David King, Henry Wyatt, Sasha Davenport, LaDasha Williams, Bryton Williams, Steven Bailey, Erron Chin, Terren Carter, Shanterious Howard, Georgia Fulwood, Brent Styles, Courtney Downs, Sky Nowden, Cole Ashley, Monyea Spratley, Mason Quimby, Ariel Pendleton, Arionna Hill and Miranda Hearn. They enjoyed lunch with Dr. Edward Wiggins. • Remaining nine weeks exam schedule is as follows: Thursday — math and spelling; Friday — early dismissal at 11:45 a.m. • Entries in the Corps of Engineers African-American History Month poster con-

Vicksburg Catholic School congratulates Stacey Smith, winner of the 2010 Dodge Challenger, as Jeb Blackburn of Blackburn Motor Company presents the key to her. Thank you to all who bought tickets and supported Vicksburg Catholic School during our 150th Anniversary Celebration!

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this week’s recipes

The Food Network is offering holiday cookie ideas. Samples from Giada De Laurentiis and Claire Robinson: •

Lemon Ricotta Cookies with Lemon Glaze For the cookies: 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 stick unsalted butter, softened 2 cups sugar 2 eggs 1 (15-ounce) container whole milk ricotta cheese 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 lemon, zested For the glaze: 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 lemon, zested Preheat the oven to 375. For the cookies: In a medium bowl combine the flour, baking powder and salt. Set aside. In a large bowl, combine the butter and the sugar. Using an electric mixer beat the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about three minutes. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating until incorporated. Add the ricotta cheese, lemon juice and lemon zest. Beat to combine. Stir in the dry ingredients. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. Spoon the dough (about 2 tablespoons for each cookie) onto the baking sheets. Bake for 15 minutes, until slightly golden at the edges. Remove from the oven and let the cookies rest on the baking sheet for 20 minutes. For the glaze: Combine the powdered sugar, lemon juice and lemon zest in a small bowl and stir until smooth. Spoon about 1/2 teaspoon onto each cookie and use the back of the spoon to gently spread. Let the glaze harden for about two hours. Pack the cookies into a decorative container. •

Turtle Graham Bars Approximately 14 graham crackers (if each graham cracker is 5” x 2.5”) 1 cup (two sticks) unsalted butter 1 cup packed dark brown sugar 1 cup chopped pecans Kosher salt, to taste 12 ounces dark chocolate, finely chopped Preheat the oven to 350. Line a rimmed baking sheet with a silicone mat. Arrange the graham crackers in a single layer on the lined baking sheet. Put the butter, brown sugar, pecans and a pinch of salt in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Boil for a couple of minutes, stirring constantly. Pour the butter mixture evenly over the graham crackers and bake for 15 minutes. Remove and set aside. Melt the chocolate in a glass bowl placed over simmering water. Pour the chocolate over the toffee-covered graham crackers and spread evenly. Chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. Cut into bars.

Regional recipes spice up the sip By The Associated Press Fancy some eggnog? How about some posset? A soupcon of syllabub? Or maybe a wee spot of biersuppe? They’re all variations on the eggs-sugar-milk-booze creation that seems to have as many incarnations as jolly old Santa Claus/Kris Kringle/ Joulupukki himself. Take coquito, a Puerto Rican tradition that combines eggs, cream of coconut, rum and spices for ultra-rich seasonal sipping. Daisy Martinez remembers grating Daisy coconut by Martinez the hour with her sister for her mother’s special version of this drink. These days, there’s canned cream of coconut to be had in abundance — “It’s just as good and really time- and labor-friendly,” points out Martinez, who hosts “Viva Daisy” on the Cooking Channel and has written several cookbooks, including the recent, “Daisy’s Holiday Cooking.” Then again, you could try a “Yard of Flannel,” a recipe from colonial times included in Holly Arnold Kinney’s cookbook, “Shinin’ Times at the Fort,” a collection of recipes from the family’s landmark restaurant near Denver. Flannel relies on beer, not liquor, for its punch and, in fact, that’s how the drink was initially made, says Kinney, noting that “nog” is an old English word for strong beer (noggin, meanwhile, was a small wooden cup used in taverns). Kinney’s recipe calls for blending hot ale with other

ingredients gently (so the eggs don’t curdle) resulting in a mixture that is silky, or as “soft as flannel.” Coachmen would drive up to a tavern and call for a “yard of flannel,” the drink served in a long, skinny glass. Handed up to the coachman as he sat on his tall seat, it was a drink that would refresh and “warm the cockles of his heart,” says Kinney. Over time, bourbon or rum, which were cheap and available, replaced beer. Kinney’s Southern-born mother used to make syllabub, a variation that uses wine. But she likes the idea of drinking something that harkens back to colonial days. “It’s delicious,” she says. However you like your eggnog, it’s likely you’ve already picked up a carton or two. Dairies across the country have been producing eggnog since early November. “Over the years, it’s moved up,” says Neal Glaeser, president of Denali Ingredients in New Berlin, Wis., which makes eggnog base for dairies. “It’s really become a winter drink, not

A glass of Coquito

necessarily a holiday drink.” And even with the mass produced eggnogs, tastes vary from region to region,

with dairies on the East Coast looking for spicier blends while those in the Midwest seem bigger on rum flavoring.

Television cooking show host and author Paula Deen, a native of Albany, Ga., has her own family recipe, “Mama’s Eggnog,” which combines bourbon, cream and other delicious things. “In the Hiers family household, we didn’t celebrate a Christmas without Mama’s Eggnog!” says Deen. “The See Eggnog, Page C3.

Yummy drink adds smoothness to holiday batter By Jim Romanoff The Associated Press The trouble with eggnog is that it seems destined for our hips. And other than simply abstaining, there’s not a lot we can do about that. What we can do is offer some interesting ways of getting it from the carton to your waistline. For example, a splash of eggnog can add an almost otherworldly creaminess to just about any smoothie or milkshake. It also makes an excellent substitute for milk or cream in puddings and French toast batter. And don’t forget the baked goods. This golden eggnog loaf is similar to pound cake and is delicious served on

1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 3/4 cup eggnog 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3/4 cup unsalted butter, room temperature 1 cup sugar 2 large eggs

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Golden Eggnog Loaf its own or topped with ice cream (in case the eggnog isn’t enough).

Golden Eggnog Loaf Start to finish: 1 hour (15

minutes active) Servings: 12 2 1/4 cups cake flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

Heat the oven to 350. Coat a 9-by-5-inch loaf pan with baking spray or cooking spray and flour. In a medium bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. Whisk until blended and set aside. In a measuring cup, stir together the eggnog and vanilla. Set aside. In a large bowl, use an electric mixer to cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Beat in the eggs

one at a time. Beat in half the flour mixture followed by half of the eggnog mixture. Beat in the remaining flour, follow by the remaining eggnog. Transfer the batter to the prepared pan. Bake for 45 to 55 minutes, or until the top is browned and a skewer inserted at the center comes out clean. Remove the loaf from the pan and let cool on a wire rack. Nutrition information per serving (values are rounded to the nearest whole number): 268 calories; 121 calories from fat (45 percent of total calories); 14 g fat (8 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 76 mg cholesterol; 34 g carbohydrate; 4 g protein; 0 g fiber; 101 mg sodium.


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More ways to use booze

Shot of rum adds extra punch to holiday raisin bars By The Associated Press What’s better than eating or drinking? Eating while drinking. “The best stew I ever had someone made with Scotch,” says Patricia Helding, founder of New York’s Fat Witch Bakery, who likes to frost brownies with Champagne icing. “It just gives it a little fizz and that lovely Champagney flavor.” We all know booze adds body to stews and roasts, but Helding says it also imparts aroma and sweetness to baked goods. It makes a classic brownie festive — think Kentucky bourbon balls — and far-out confections like rum raisin bars as playful as ice cream. But remember that friends don’t let friends bake drunk. “More is not better,” says Helding, whose cookbook “Fat Witch Brownies” (Rodale, 2010) features a few boozy bars. “You don’t want the dough to get too runny.” And if your finished product needs more punch? “You can add liquor to any buttercream icing,” she says. It’s nearly impossible to get drunk on cake, but Helding suggests you warn your guests about the alcohol in case they have religious or other restrictions. A simple, elegant sign that says “Whiskey Brownies” or “Rum Cake” will do. And let’s say you do eat too many pickled pecan bars and find yourself with an unsavory resolution: like losing 10 pounds. Sweets can help!

sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt

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Rum Raisin Bars “To try and deprive yourself completely, it just fuels the desire,” Helding says. Instead, enjoy small servings of very rich, ultra-satisfying desserts, items made with real butter and real cream. Add nuts and cranberries and chocolate chips, anything that makes

the cookie or brownie the best one possible. “It’s all about portions,” she says. “A lot of people say, ‘Once a week I have a cookie and it’s the best tasting cookie I’ve ever had.’ Thin people are always like that.” The lesson here? Take a bite

(one), take a swig, and have a happy new year.

Rum Raisin Bars Recipe from Patricia Helding’s “Fat Witch Brownies” Start to finish: 45 minutes (plus overnight soaking of raisins)

Yield: 16 bars 1/2 cup light rum 1 3/4 cups raisins (mixture of dark and golden) 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, room temperature, plus extra for coating the pan 1 1/2 cups packed light brown

In a medium bowl, combine the rum and the raisins. Cover and let soak for at least 6 hours, or overnight. Heat the oven to 350. Coat a 9-by-9-inch baking pan with baking spray. In a large bowl, use an electric mixer to cream the butter and brown sugar. Beat in the eggs and vanilla, then continue mixing until the batter is well combined. Measure the flour and salt and sift together directly into the batter. Mix the batter gently until no trace of the dry ingredients remains. Strain the rum-soaked raisins and mix them in using a wooden spoon. Using a silicone spatula, spread the batter evenly into the prepared baking pan. You may have to use your fingers (lightly flour them first), as this batter is very sticky. Bake for 30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted at the center comes out clean. Remove from the oven and cool on a rack for 1 hour. Cut just before serving. Nutrition information per bar (values are rounded to the nearest whole number): 238 calories; 58 calories from fat (24 percent of total calories); 7 g fat (4 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 42 mg cholesterol; 41 g carbohydrate; 3 g protein; 1 g fiber; 131 mg sodium.

Get in the Christmas spirit with seasonal take on classic mojito By The Associated Press Time to get into the holiday spirit. Or spirits as the case may be. And should you need assistance, bartenders coast-tocoast are figuring out new ways to capture festive in a glass. Apples and spices say seasonal sipping to mixologist Jose Torrella, who’s come up with a holiday mojito that uses cider and Calvados to add a nuance of noel. The best cocktail presentation is like painting a portrait, says Torrella, barman at the Barclay Bar &Grill at the InterContinental New York Barclay. Bringing out a festive theme requires “spirits, cordials, fresh ingredients always — juices, herbs, spices, vegetables and fruits,” he says. “Though multiple elements may seem confusing, in the end the joy is in the simplicity from the abundance.” And don’t forget the special glasses. A quick way to take a drink from ho-hum to holiday is to rim the glass with colored sugar.

Scott Beattie, bartender at Spoonbar in Healdsburg, Calif., and author of “Artisanal Cocktails,” has a couple of holiday go-to items —St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, a rum liqueur, and angostura bitters. Take something like a simple hot toddy made of brandy, lemon juice and honey or sugar, add a dash of bitters and stir with a cinnamon stick and — voila! John Cooper, developer of Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur, keeps his holiday drinks simple. He makes a drink called autumn spice that is equal parts ginger liqueur and apple cider with one-half part of lemon juice for sprightliness. He introduced the liqueur in 2008 after spending a good deal of time experimenting with the ingredients, which include a maceration of fresh ginger to which aged cognac, honey and other ingredients are added. And if you need more inspiration you might take a page from Christmas champion Charles Dickens himself. After Scrooge’s holiday

mood goes from humbug to humdinger following a night spent with spirits, he celebrates by wishing his putupon clerk, Bob Cratchit, a merry Christmas, promising him a raise and making plans for the two of them to discuss the Cratchit family future over a bowl of smoking bishop, a type of mulled wine made with oranges or lemons. That’s an economic stimulus package to cheer about.

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Beets make for a fun, festive dip By The Associated Press If your holiday parties seem like seas of hummus and sour cream-based dips, consider changing it up with a festive and flavorful tapenade made from canned beets. Not only is this bright red spread a beautiful addition to a holiday buffet, it also comes together quickly and is low in fat and calories. Serve it with toasted baguette rounds, bread sticks or pretzels.

Balsamic Beet Tapenade Start to finish: 10 minutes Yield: 2 cups Two 15-ounce cans beets, drained 1 medium shallot, chopped 1 sprig fresh rosemary, minced 2 tablespoons honey Zest of 1 orange 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper Bread, toasted (to serve) In a food processor, combine all ingredients. Process until mostly smooth, scraping down the sides of the bowl as necessary. Serve with toasted slices of baguette or other crusty bread. Nutrition information per 2 tablespoons: 23 calories; 0 g fat; 0 mg cholesterol.


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Continued from Page C1. added bourbon is the perfect touch to this holiday beverage to really make you feel warm and cozy!â&#x20AC;? Of course, with something as varied as eggnog, the best version may well be your version. Just ask Martinez how good coquito really is. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once you taste coquito,â&#x20AC;? she answers with a laugh, â&#x20AC;&#x153;youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be like, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Eggnog who?â&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Coquito Recipe from: Daisy Martinezâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Daisyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Holiday Cookingâ&#x20AC;? Start to finish: 10 minutes (plus at least 2 hours chilling) Yield: About 8 cups 2 jumbo eggs or equivalent of pasteurized egg substitute 3 jumbo egg yolks or equivalent of pasteurized egg substitute 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk 15-ounce can cream of coconut 12-ounce can evaporated milk 1 cup heavy cream 3/4 to 1 cup light rum Ground cinnamon, to garnish

In a blender, combine the eggs and egg yolks. Blend on high until the eggs are pale yellow and very light. With the motor running, one at a time slowly add the condensed milk, cream of coconut and evaporated milk. Blend for a minute or so, then with the motor still running, slowly add the heavy cream. Blend until just incorporated. Stir in the rum. If while preparing the coquito your blender becomes too full, simply transfer some of the mixture to a serving pitcher, then continue as directed. Add the remaining coquito to the pitcher and stir well. Chill for 2 to 6 hours. Serve sprinkled with cinnamon. Nutrition information per 1/2 cup serving (values are rounded to the nearest whole number): 299 calories; 134 calories from fat (45 percent of total calories); 15 g fat (10 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 109 mg cholesterol; 30 g carbohydrate; 5 g protein; 0 g fiber; 79 mg sodium.

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MILESTONES n BIRTHDAYS Tim Conway, actor-comedian, 77; Don Johnson, actor, 61; Julie Taymor, movie director, 58; Helen Slater, actress, 47; Adam Brody, actor, 31; Stefania Owen, actress, 13.


Actor Rip Torn says guilty in break-in Actor Rip Torn has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from allegations he broke into a Connecticut bank while drunk and armed, prosecutors said. The star of movies including “Men in Black” and “The Beastmaster” was arrested in January after police found him inside the Litchfield Bancorp with a loaded revolver. State’s attorney David Shepack said the Emmy Award-winning actor pleaded guilty Tuesday to reckless endangerment, criminal trespass, criminal mischief and the illegal carrying of a Rip firearm. Torn The 79-year-old actor was given a 2 1/2-year suspended sentence and three years of probation. Conditions include a ban on firearm possession and random drug and alcohol tests.

Chef planned killing of wife for love It was a story even too bizarre for Hollywood script writers. Juan-Carlos Cruz, the star of the cooking show “Calorie Commando,” plotted a murder-for-hire of the woman who had been his high school sweetheart and devoted wife for 17 years. And he told police he did it for love — to spare her the pain and despair of not being able to conceive a child after a decade of fertility treatments. “His wife was brokenhearted and lamenting over the treatments. The defendant then said that this was a ’merciful’ way to end her suffering,” according to a probation report on Cruz released Tuesday. Cruz was sentenced Monday to nine years in prison after pleading no contest to trying to hire two homeless men to slash the throat of his wife, Jennifer Campbell.

Johansson, Reynolds end marriage Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds are breaking up. “After long and careful consideration on both our parts, we’ve decided to end our marriage,” the two entertainers said Tuesday through their publicist, Meredith O’Sullivan. “We entered our relationship Ryan Scarlett with love, and it’s with love and Reynolds Johansson kindness we leave it. While privacy isn’t expected, it’s certainly appreciated,” they said. The 26-year-old actress and 34-year-old actor were engaged in May 2008 and married that September. The couple kept their courtship and nuptials private, releasing few details about their wedding and rarely appearing in public together.

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Cooper, Dr. John, Diamond inducted in Rock Hall of Fame NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Diamond had been eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for several years but never got a nomination to join music’s prestigious club. But he was never really worried about it. “I thought about it occasionally, but I kind of figured they’d get around to me at some point,” he said in a phone interview. That point came on Tuesday, as the 2011 class for the Cleveland hall was revealed. Diamond, whose hits include “Sweet Caroline,” made the list, along with the Alice Cooper Band, New Orleans musician Dr. John, Darlene Love and singer-songwriter Tom Waits. Piano man Leon Russell was honored with a musical excellence award, previously the sideman category. Executives Jac Holzman and Art Rupe were given the Ahmet Ertegun Awards. It took three tries before Love, best known for hits such as “(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry” and her work with producer Phil Spector and the Blossoms, was approved for the hall. When reached on Tuesday, an enthusiastic Love said: “I can actually breathe.” The excitement will have to wait for some: Bon Jovi, nominated for the first time, was turned away from the hall, as was LL Cool J, the J. Geils Band, the Beastie Boys, Donna Summer and more. Alice Cooper’s name had been mentioned in conjunction with the Rock Hall for years, but the shock rocker hadn’t been nominated until this year. Like Diamond, Cooper said he wasn’t anxiously waiting. “You know it crosses your mind, but then you think of all the guys who aren’t in there, some of them before you, and you go, ‘Wow.’ ... You realize that it’s a waiting game,” he said. “I don’t think you sit around holding your breath on it.” Cooper, a heavy metal rocker best known for his dark horror themes, said his band was responsible for bringing show business into rock ’n’ roll. Diamond was on the other end of the spectrum, a singersongwriter whose first hit came in the form of a song he wrote for the Monkees, “I’m a Believer.” His early hits in the 1960s included “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” and “Cherry Cherry.” “The music I was doing was not in vogue. ... I was like a lone voice out there with a guitar, and it was different than what


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BY DR. ROBERT WALLACE • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION Dr. Wallace: I am writing regarding the 13-year-old boy, who is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds, and who hit his younger sister because she called him fatty — I protest your answer. You told him that he was a bully and that he should lose weight. I’m a 13-year-old girl who also weighs over 200 pounds, and I beat the tar out of my 10-year-old brother because he called me a “blimp.” What do you have to say about that? — Nameless, Springfield, Ohio. Nameless: I think your little brother was cruel and inconsiderate when he called you a blimp, but I also feel that you are a bully and should get on a well-balanced diet prescribed by a professional nutritionist. Dr. Wallace: As a physician and a father of two teens, I read your column to find out what teens are thinking these days. I was interested in the young lady who felt that she was doing her part for “safe sex” by insisting that her boyfriend wear a latex condom whenever they have sex. As a medical doctor, I have seen surgical gloves fresh out of the wrapper with many cuts or holes in them. The same company that makes the surgical gloves is also the manufacturer of condoms. That’s why condoms are only 90 percent effective for preventing pregnancy and the transmission of diseases. The only safe way for unmarried teens to avoid pregnancy and disease is to abstain from sexual contact. On several occasions, patients of mine were found to be infected with a sexually transmitted disease, but all of their sexual contacts were performed with the benefit of a condom. — Dr. Bob, Miami. Dr. Bob: Thanks for your important information. The more our teen readers learn about the pitfalls of sexual contact, the better equipped they’ll be to make wise choices. • Dr. Robert Wallace writes for Copley News Service. E-mail him at rwallace@Copley News Service.

worst because he turns the volume up even louder so he can hear it outside. Not only is it painful to my ears, but it’s embarrassing. I have asked him a number of times to turn it down, but it just leads to arguments. Can you help me talk to him before I lose my hearing? — Bleeding Ears in Spring Valley, Calif. Dear Bleeding Ears: Could it be that your husband suffers from hearing loss (probably from listening to too-loud music), which is why he needs the volume turned up so high? Arguing with him won’t help. He should be checked by an audiologist — a hearing specialist — so that he doesn’t damage his hearing further, and yours won’t be affected. Protecting your hearing is important. That’s why you should consider using ear plugs when you ride with him. P.S. And when you get to the gas station, offer to pump the gas for him. If he refuses, then leave the car with him. Dear Abby: My husband is 7 feet tall and we recently

became parents of a beautiful baby girl. Everywhere we go, people make comments about my husband’s height. He is used to being the target of stares and comments, having experienced it his whole life. Our daughter may grow up to be tall; how would you handle this? — Angela in Bethlehem, Pa. Dear Angela: I would teach my daughter — regardless of her height — to be proud of who she is. If your daughter turns out to be tall, she’ll have plenty of company, because each generation seems to be growing taller than the last one. A woman’s height does not have to be a disadvantage unless she views it that way. If you stress the qualities you feel are important, chances are that’s the person she’ll grow up to be.

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Natural detox better, safer than foot pads Dear Dr. Gott: I read your column every day in our newspaper. I enjoy the column very much and have learned a lot from your advice. I have a question about foot detox. Does it really remove toxins from your body? I’ve been doing it for about two years and would like to know if it is a waste of time. Dear Reader: I will touch on the detoxification process before offering my opinion. The manufacturers of detox foot pads say toxins will be drawn from the body while a person sleeps. The instructions indicate a person should stick what looks like a large gauze pad to the bottom of both feet for 30 days in row. The pads are removed in the morning or at the end of a sleep period and are replaced daily. “Evidence” of their success is through the discoloration present on the pads. After the initial process, follow-up maintenance is recommended every few weeks. The ingredients in the pads are purported to give off infrared energy to draw out toxins such as lead and arsenic. They contain plants and herbs, the mineral tourmaline and a mix of wood vinegar. Tourmaline is a hard, colored crystalline borosilicate mineral commonly used in gems, optics and electronics. Wood vinegar is a liquid, brownish red in color. Hmmm, how interesting that when a clean white pad is introduced to the bottom of the foot, it can turn brown. Arsenic is a natural element that behaves like heavy metal. It can be measured through a variety of laboratory methods. Due to naturally occurring geological contamination, high levels can be found in drinking water from deep-drilled wells and in air, water and soil because of mining, coal-fired power plants and smelting. Natural dietary detox without experimenting with foot pads includes eating sulfurrich foods such as eggs, garlic, legumes, fish and onions. Fiber such as fruits and vegetables also help the body detoxify. I should note that foot reflexology has been practiced in China for thousands of years and remains a popular therapy in most of Asia. Believers feel toxins accumulate from the food we eat and the air we breathe. A method of clearing this buildup is through fasting, dieting, sweating, colon cleansing and physical exercise. Thus, people who practice foot reflexology believe the patches are a painless and trouble-free means of addressing the problem. There are no published scientific studies that confirm whether the pads work, or even whether they are safe. I am aware the Federal Trade Commission has approached some distributors because of



deceptive advertising. While the jury is out on this one, my recommendation is that you eat a well-balanced diet, exercise, save your money and soak your feet in warm water to which table salt or Epsom salt has been added.

• Write to Dr. Peter Gott in care of United Media, 200 Madison Ave., 4th fl., New York, NY 10016.

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Timberlake label takes aim at hipsters at Target NEW YORK (AP) — After the highly organized, salehungry holiday shoppers have come and gone, the crowd roaming the aisles at Target is largely made up of hip teenagers and 20-somethings padded with gift cards, looking for someJustin thing cool to Timberlake wear out that very night. That’s where the new collaborative collection from William Rast — aka Justin Timberlake’s fashion label Trace — fits in. Ayala Denim and leather jackets traditionally sell well in the December-January time frame, says Trish Adams, senior vice president of apparel and accessories, and that put William Rast at the top of the retailer’s list for a limited-edition program. For William Rast, Target brings exposure to a wider audience, including some people who have no idea what to expect — and that’s appealing, explains co-founder Trace Ayala, Timberlake’s childhood friend and design partner. “For us, at the end of the day, when a company like Target comes to you, and you’re a brand like ours in an economy like it is, it’s a no-brainer,” Ayala says. The look of this line is 100 percent the bohemian American traveler, the same DNA as the more upscale collection, he says. Yes, you might notice a difference in construction, but you’ll also notice the price tag, which has women’s fauxleather shorts for $39.99 and men’s jeans with oil stains for $49.99. Ayala’s been wearing the jeans and the flannel shirts, which he says are better for his outdoor sports hobbies than the stuff William Rast shows on the runway. Men’s likely interest in the brand was a key part of the deal, says Target’s Adams. “We really wanted to find something that could sell across genders — that’s something hard to find.” The fact that Timberlake’s name isn’t on the label, however, wasn’t a factor. “We think some customers will know the name, but for every garment you sell with people lining out the door to get something from Justin Timberlake or William Rast, there’s customers doing their weekly shopping and see something they like and discover the designer from the hangtag.”

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son, seeking to declare that they are the sole heirs-at-law of Gladys G. Barnette, Deceased, and her Estate, in The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, December 15, 2010 which the above mentioned parties have or may have an interest. There are no Defendants named in this action, they being unknown. You are summoned to appear, answer and defend against the Petition (filed against you in this action) on the 6th day of January 2011 at 9:00 AM, before the Honorable John S. Price Jr., NOTICE TO BIDDERS County Judge, to be held at SEALED PROPOSALS The the Youth Court Building, Southern Cultural Heritage 1100-B Grove Street, VicksFoundation of Vicksburg, burg, MS 39183, in the Mississippi, will receive Youth Court Room of Warren sealed proposals at their County, Mississippi, and in offices located at 1302 case of your failure to appear Adams Street, Vicksburg, and defend, an Order will be Mississippi 39180 until 5:00 entered against you for the o'clock P.M. on January 17, relief demanded in the 2011. They will be publicly Petition. opened and read aloud, by You are required to mail or the Architect at 10:00 A.M., hand-deliver a written January 18, 2011 for the response to the Complaint Exterior Restoration of the filed against you in this Cultural Center Auditorium. action to Lucius B. Dabney, The work in this project Jr., (DABNEY & DABNEY), consists generally of Attorney for the Plaintiff(s), Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday, Closed Saturday & Sunday. Post Plaza, 1601-F North Frontage Road, Vicksburg, 39180 masonry repair,MS repointing, whose post office address is painting, and sheet metal P. O. Box 947, Vicksburg, work. All documents required MS 39181-0947, and whose for bidding purposes, street address is 1515 including plans and Walnut Street, Vicksburg, specifications, may be MS 39180-3535. obtained from the Southern YOUR RESPONSE MUST Cultural Heritage Foundation BE MAILED OR for a deposit of $25.00 per DELIVERED NOT LATER set, none of which is THAN THIRTY DAYS refundable. Each bid shall be AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF accompanied by a Certified DECEMBER 2010, WHICH Check on a solvent bank or a IS THE DATE OF THE Bidder's Bond issued by a FIRST PUBLICATION OF Surety Company licensed to THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR operate in the State of RESPONSE IS NOT SO Mississippi, in the amount of MAILED AND DELIVERED, five percent (5%) of the total A JUDGMENT BY bid price, as a guarantee that Classified line according to the DEFAULT WILL BEads are charged if the bid is accepted, the ENTERED AGAINST YOU number of lines. ForBidder complete pricing will enter into a FOR THE RELIEF and execute the DEMANDED IN THE contactcontract information a Classified Sales Performance and Payment COMPLAINT. Bonds in the form and within Representative today at 601-636-SELL. You must also file the the time specified. The original of your Response successful will are be with Ads the Clerk of thisbefore Court expiration cancelled dateBidder ordered required to execute a (located on the second floor charged at prevailing rate only for days actually run, Performance Bond and a of the Warren County Court Payment Bond, each in the 4 line minimum charge. $8.28 minimum charge. House) in Vicksburg, amount of 100 percent of the Mississippi within a Contract, issued by a Surety reasonable time afterward. Company licensed to Issued under my hand and operate in the State of the seal of said Court, this Mississippi. Each Bidder the First day of December, shall have a Certificate of 2010. Responsibility to bid on SHELLY ASHLEYcontracts for public projects PALMERTREE in which the bid price WARREN COUNTY exceeds $50,000.00 and for CIRCUIT CLERK private projects in which the P. O. BOX 351, bid price exceeds IN THE COUNTY COURT VICKSBURG, MS 39181 OFFICE OF STATE AID ROAD CONSTRUCTION $100,000.00 as required by OF WARREN COUNTY, By: /s/ Chasity Lee MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION the laws of the State of MISSISSIPPI Publish: 12/1, 12/8, 12/15, Mississippi. Each Bidder AND IN RE: ESTATE OF 12/22(4t) shall show on the outside of GLADYS G. WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS the envelope containing his BARNETTE, DECEASED SECTION 900 bid; his current Certificate of SEALED BIDS for furnishing CAUSE # 10,1928-CO ___________ Responsibility number and Towing; Recreational SUMMONS expiration date, or if Supplies; Pest Control will NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: (By Publication) applicable, a statement be received in the office of THE STATE OF ______________________ certifying that the bid the City Clerk of the City of MISSISSIPPI Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Warren County, enclosed does not exceed Vicksburg, Mississippi until TO: THE KNOWN AND $50,000.00 for a public Mississippi at the Warren County Courthouse, Vicksburg, Mississippi, until 10:00 am UNKNOWN HEIRS-AT-LAW 9:00 o'clock a.m., Monday, project or $100,000 for a January 10, 2011. They will OF GLADYS G. on the 26th day of January, 2011 and shortly thereafter publicly opened for the private project; his name; be publicly opened and read BARNETTE, DECEASED, construction of 2.521 miles of ROADBED RECLAMATION, DBST AND STRIPING on the and the name of the Contract aloud by the Mayor and You have been made for which the bid is BOVINA Defendants in the suit filed in Aldermen of the City of submitted. Failure to show Vicksburg in a Regular this Court by heirs-at-law of CUT OFF ROAD being known as Project No. STP-0497(7)B in Warren County, Mississippi. these items on the outside of Board Meeting at 10:00 Gladys G. Barnette, being PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF WORK ARE APPROXIMATELY AS FOLLOWS: the envelope containing the o'clock a.m., Monday, Bettye B. Oakes, her _____________________________________________________ bid will result in the bid being January 10, 2011. daughter, and Carolyn B. returned to the Bidder Bidders are cautioned that ITEM QUANTITY UNIT Wilkerson, her daughter, unopened. Public funds are the City Clerk does not joined in by Milford Durell ______________________________________________________________________ involved in this project. No receive the daily U.S. Mail on Barnette, her son; Billy ROADWAY ITEMS: Bidder may withdraw his bid or before 9:00 a.m. Bids will Daniel Barnette, her son; for a period of thirty (30) ______________ be time-stamped upon Kerry Edwin Barnette, her days after date of actual bid receipt according to City grandson, the descendant MOBILIZATION LUMP SUM LS opening, without Owner's Clerk's time clock. (blood child) of Bobby Edwin GRANULAR MATERIAL (LVM) 746.000 CY consent. The Southern Specifications and Barnette, her son (CLASS 5, GROUP C) Cultural Heritage Foundation instructions for bidding are (deceased); William Douglas reserves the right to reject on file in the office of the City CRUSHED STONE 4.000 TON Barnette, her son; Janice any or all bids received, to Clerk, second floor, City Hall, Lee Barnette Parker, her ASPHALT CEMENT, GRADE AC-5 24,589.000 GAL waive any informalities or 1401 Walnut Street, corner daughter; Robert Dudley COARSE AGGREGATE COVER MATERIAL, 632.000 CY irregularities in the bids Crawford and Walnut Barnette, her son; Onnie received, and to accept any Streets, Vicksburg, SIZE 56 Patricia Barnette Ross, her bid which is deemed most Mississippi. daughter; Clyde Terry SEAL AGGREGATE COVER MATERIAL, 340.000 CY favorable Foundation. The Mayor and Aldermen of Barnette, her son; and SIZE 7 Funding for the project is the City of Vicksburg James David Barnette, her through grant assistance BLOTTER MATERIAL 49.000 CY reserve the right to reject any son, seeking to declare that from the Mississippi they are the sole heirs-at-law and all bids and to waive MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC LUMP SUM LS Department of Archives and informalities. of Gladys G. Barnette, ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION SIGNS 0.000 SF History through it's Deceased, and her Estate, in /s/ Walter W. Osborne, Jr. 4" WIDE THERMOPLASTIC EDGE STRIP 5.042 MI Community Heritage Walter W. Osborne, Jr., City which the above mentioned Preservation Grant program. Clerk (CONTINUOUS WHITE) (60 mils) parties have or may have an All bidders shall conform to Publish: 12/15, 12/22(2t) interest. There are no 4" WIDE THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC 0.118 MI the federal and state Defendants named in this STRIPE (SKIP YELLOW) (90 mils) requirements stipulated for action, they being unknown. NOTICE TO BIDDERS this program. THE 4" WIDE THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC 25,998.000 LF You are summoned to SEALED PROPOSALS The SOUTHERN CULTURAL appear, answer and defend STRIPE (CONTINUOUS YELLOW)(90 mils) Southern Cultural Heritage HERITAGE FOUNDATION, against the Petition (filed TWO-WAY YELLOW REFLECTIVE HIGH 326.000 EA Foundation of Vicksburg, Annette Kirklin, Director: against you in this action) on Mississippi, will receive PERFORMANCE RAISED MARKERS Publish 12/15, 12/22(2t) the 6th day of January 2011 sealed proposals at their REFLECTORIZED TRAFFIC WARNING SIGN 9.000 EA at 9:00 AM, before the offices located at 1302 SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S Honorable John S. Price Jr., (ENCAPSULATED LENS) Adams Street, Vicksburg, NOTICE OF SALE County Judge, to be held at REFLECTORIZED TRAFFIC REGULATORY 2.000 EA Mississippi 39180 until 5:00 WHEREAS, on February 16, the Youth Court Building, o'clock P.M. on January 17, 2006, Douglas Darnell SIGN (ENCAPSULATED LENS) 1100-B Grove Street, Vicks2011. They will be publicly Carson and Beverly G. burg, MS 39183, in the ROADBED RECLAMATION 32,539.000 SY opened and read aloud, by Carson, Husband and Wife, Youth Court Room of Warren Page 1 of 2 the Architect at 10:00 A.M., as Joint Tenants with Rights County, Mississippi, and in ====================================================================== case of your failure to appear January 18, 2011 for the of Survivorship, executed a Exterior Restoration of the certain deed of trust to and defend, an Order will be PROJECT NO. STP-0497(7)B Cultural Center Auditorium. Mid-South Title Corporation, entered against you for the WARREN COUNTY The work in this project Trustee for the benefit of relief demanded in the consists generally of NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: MidFirst Bank which deed of Petition. masonry repair, repointing, trust is of record in the office ______________________ You are required to mail or painting, and sheet metal of the Chancery Clerk of hand-deliver a written CONTRACT TIME: 45 Working Days work. All documents required Warren County, State of response to the Complaint BASIS OF AWARD for bidding purposes, Mississippi in Book 1579 at filed against you in this including plans and Page 704; and ______________ action to Lucius B. Dabney, specifications, may be WHEREAS, MidFirst Bank Jr., (DABNEY & DABNEY), The award, if made, will be made to the lowest qualified bidder on the basis of obtained from the Southern has heretofore substituted J. Attorney for the Plaintiff(s), published quantities. Cultural Heritage Foundation Gary Massey as Trustee by whose post office address is for a deposit of $25.00 per The attention of the BIDDER is directed to the State and Federal laws governing instrument dated November P. O. Box 947, Vicksburg, set, none of which is 24, 2010 and recorded in the MS 39181-0947, and whose selection of and employment of labor. refundable. Each bid shall be aforesaid Chancery Clerk's street address is 1515 MINIMUM WAGE RATES for this project have been predetermined by the Secretary of the accompanied by a Certified Office in Book 1516 at Page Walnut Street, Vicksburg, Check on a solvent bank or a 470; and the Department of Labor in accordance with the requirements of Federal regulations MS 39180-3535. Bidder's Bond issued by a WHEREAS, default having governing the expenditure of FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY FUNDS and are set out in the labor YOUR RESPONSE MUST Surety Company licensed to been made in the terms and BE MAILED OR regulations contained in the proposal. operate in the State of conditions of said deed of DELIVERED NOT LATER The Board of Supervisors hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively Mississippi, in the amount of trust and the entire debt THAN THIRTY DAYS five percent (5%) of the total insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority secured thereby having been AFTER THE 1ST DAY OF bid price, as a guarantee that declared to be due and DECEMBER 2010, WHICH business enterprise will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to if the bid is accepted, the payable in accordance with IS THE DATE OF THE this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, Bidder will enter into a the terms of said deed of FIRST PUBLICATION OF contract and execute the or national origin in consideration for an award. trust, MidFirst Bank, the legal THIS SUMMONS. IF YOUR Performance and Payment holder of said indebtedness, PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS are on file in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Warren RESPONSE IS NOT SO Bonds in the form and within having requested the MAILED AND DELIVERED, County, the County Engineer's office and the Office of the State Aid Engineer, 412 the time specified. The undersigned Substituted A JUDGMENT BY E. Woodrow Wilson Avenue, Jackson, Mississippi. This project shall be constructed successful Bidder will be Trustee to execute the trust DEFAULT WILL BE required to execute a in acccordance with the latest edition of the Mississippi Standard Specifications and sell said land and ENTERED AGAINST YOU Performance Bond and a property in accordance with FOR THE RELIEF for State Aid Road and Bridge Construction. Payment Bond, each in the the terms of said deed of IN THE PLANS AND PROPOSALS may be secured from John E. McKee, Jr., County Engineer for DEMANDED amount of 100 percent of the trust and for the purpose of COMPLAINT. Contract, issued by a Surety Warren County, Mississippi, 901 Jackson Street, Visckburg. The Cost is fifty raising the sums due You must also file the Company licensed to thereunder, together with original of your Response dollars ($50.00) for plans and fifty dollars ($50.00) for the proposal, operate in the State of attorney's fees, trustee's fees with the Clerk of this Court non-refundable Mississippi. Each Bidder and expense of sale. (located on the second floor shall have a Certificate of Certified check or bid bond for five percent (5%) of the total bid, made payable to NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. of the Warren County Court Responsibility to bid on Gary Massey, Substituted Warren County and the State of Mississippi must accompany each proposal. House) in Vicksburg, contracts for public projects Trustee in said deed of trust, Mississippi within a Bidders are hereby notified that any proposal accompanied by letters qualifying in in which the bid price will on January 5, 2011 offer reasonable time afterward. any manner the condition under which the proposal is tendered will be considered an exceeds $50,000.00 and for for sale at public outcry and Issued under my hand and private projects in which the irregular bid and such proposal will not be considered in making the award. sell within legal hours (being the seal of said Court, this bid price exceeds between the hours of 11:00 the First day of December, Richard George, President $100,000.00 as required by a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at the 2010. Warren County Board of Supervisors the laws of the State of West Door of the County SHELLY ASHLEYMississippi. Each Bidder Page 2 of 2 Courthouse of Warren PALMERTREE shall show on the outside of County, located at Publish: 12/15, 12/22(2t) WARREN COUNTY the envelope containing his Vicksburg, Mississippi, to the CIRCUIT CLERK bid; his current Certificate of highest and best bidder for P. O. BOX 351, Responsibility number and cash the following described VICKSBURG, MS 39181 expiration date, or if property situated in Warren By: /s/ Chasity Lee applicable, a statement County, State of Mississippi, Publish: 12/1, 12/8, 12/15, certifying that the bid to-wit: 12/22(4t) enclosed does not exceed THE FOLLOWING $50,000.00 for a public DESCRIBED REAL project or $100,000 for a PROPERTY SITUATE IN private project; his name; THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, and the nameVicksburg, of the Contract Mississippi COUNTY OF WARREN, for which the bid is AND STATE OF submitted. Failure to show MISSISSIPPI, TO WIT: these items on the outside of ALL OF LOT 7 BLOCK 6 OF the envelope containing the THE RE-SURVEY OF bid will result in the bid being BLOCKS 2 TO 7 OF THE • Hospice or Home Health Experience returned to the Bidder RE-SURVEY OF unopened. Public funds are MEADOWVALE • Strong Management and Organizational involved in this project. No SUBDIVISION ACCORDING Bidder may withdraw his bid Skills TO THE MAP OR PLAT OF for a period of thirty (30) SAID RE-SURVEY OF days COMafter E Bdate E AofPactual ART bid OF ORECORD UR DEDIIN CABOOK TED 310 TEAAT M opening, without Owner's PAGE 424 OF THE • Experienced Clinical Staff consent. The Southern RECORDS IN THE OFFICE Cultural Heritage Foundation OF THE CLERK OF THE PTO, Paid Holidays, 401-K reserves the• right to reject CHANCERY COURT OF any or all bids received, to WARREN COUNTY, • Competitive Salary waive any informalities or MISSISSIPPI. irregularities in•the bids Benefits Great Package I WILL CONVEY only such received, and to accept any title as vested in me as Covenant Health & Rehabilitation of Vicksburg, LLC • deemed Excellent Environment bid which is mostWorkSubstituted Trustee. Covenant Health & Rehabilitation of Vicksburg, LLC 2850 Porters Chapel Road favorable Foundation. WITNESS MY SIGNATURE • EOE 2850 Porters Chapel Road Funding for the project is Vicksburg, MS 39180-1805 on this 9th day of December, Vicksburg, MS 39180-1805 through grant assistance 2010. Phone: (601) 638-9211 Fax: (601) 636-4986 from the Mississippi J. Gary Massey Phone: (601) 638-9211 Fax: (601) 636-4986 What are your dreams? 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of the Chancery Clerk of of the Chancery Clerk of Warren County, State of Warren County, State of Mississippi in Book 1689 at Mississippi in Book 1579 at Page 500; and Page 704; and WHEREAS, said Deed of WHEREAS, MidFirst Bank Trust was subsequently has heretofore substituted J. assigned to Nationwide Gary Massey as Trustee by Advantage Mortgage instrument dated November Company by instrument 24, 2010 and recorded in the dated October 25, 2010 and aforesaid Chancery Clerk's recorded in Book 1516 at Office in Book 1516 at Page Page 70 of the aforesaid 470; and Chancery Clerk's Place your classified line ad at office; and WHEREAS, default having WHEREAS, Nationwide been made in the terms and Advantage Mortgage conditions of said deed of Company has heretofore trust and the entire debt secured thereby having been substituted J. Gary Massey as Trustee by instrument declared to be due and dated November 15, 2010 payable in accordance with and recorded in the In the event of errors, please call the very firstaforesaid day the terms of said deed of Chancery Clerk's Office in trust, MidFirst Bank, the legal your ad appears. The Vicksburg Post will not be and Book 1516 at Page 406; holder of said indebtedness, responsible forthemore than one incorrect insertion. WHEREAS, default having having requested been made in the terms and undersigned Substituted conditions of said deed of Trustee to execute the trust trust and the entire debt and sell said land and secured thereby having been property in accordance with declared to be due and No ad will be deliberately mis-classified. the terms of said deed of payable in accordance with trustThe andVicksburg for the purpose Post ofclassified department is theof the terms of said deed raising the sums due sole judge of thewith proper classification for each ad. trust, Nationwide Advantage thereunder, together attorney's fees, trustee's fees Mortgage Company, the legal holder of said and expense of sale. indebtedness, having NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. requested the undersigned Gary Massey, Substituted Substituted Trustee to Trustee in said deed of trust, execute the trust and sell will on January 5, 2011 offer said land and property in for sale at public outcry and accordance with the terms of sell within legal hours (being said deed of trust and for the between the hours of 11:00 purpose of raising the sums a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at the due thereunder, together West Door of the County with attorney's fees, trustee's Courthouse of Warren fees and expense of sale. County, located at Vicksburg, Mississippi, to the NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. Gary Massey, Substituted highest and best bidder for Trustee in said deed of trust, cash the following described will on January 12, 2011 property situated in Warren offer for sale at public outcry County, State of Mississippi, and sell within legal hours to-wit: (being between the hours of THE FOLLOWING 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at DESCRIBED REAL the West Door of the County PROPERTY SITUATE IN Courthouse of Warren THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, County, located at Bay Saint COUNTY OF WARREN, Louis, Mississippi, to the AND STATE OF highest and best bidder for MISSISSIPPI, TO WIT: cash the following described ALL OF LOT 7 BLOCK 6 OF property situated in Warren THE RE-SURVEY OF County, State of Mississippi, BLOCKS 2 TO 7 OF THE to-wit: RE-SURVEY OF Part of Section 10, T15 N, MEADOWVALE SUBDIVISION ACCORDING Range 4E, further described as: TO THE MAP OR PLAT OF Commencing at the SAID RE-SURVEY OF Southwest Corner of Section RECORD IN BOOK 310 AT 10, Township 15 North, PAGE 424 OF THE Range 4 West, Warren RECORDS IN THE OFFICE County, Mississippi; thence OF THE CLERK OF THE N 23 degrees 42 minutes 17 CHANCERY COURT OF seconds East, a distance of WARREN COUNTY, 2976.75 feet to a set iron on MISSISSIPPI. the North line of a 50' access I WILL CONVEY only such easement known as title as vested in me as Freedom Lane and also Substituted Trustee. being the Point of Beginning; WITNESS MY SIGNATURE on this 9th day of December, from said point, run thence N 38 degrees 01 minutes 42 2010. seconds East, a distance of J. Gary Massey 122.81 feet to a set iron; SUBSTITUTED thence South 60 degrees 03 TRUSTEE## minutes 39 seconds East, a Shapiro & Massey, L.L.C. distance of 37.00 feet; 1910 Lakeland Drive, thence South 45 degrees 40 Suite B minutes 05 seconds East a Jackson, MS 39216 distance of 40.84 feet; (601)981-9299 thence S 35 degrees 02 218 Meadowvale Drive minutes 18 seconds East, a Vicksburg, MS 39183 distance of 8.03 feet to a set 10-001636GW iron; thence South 38 Publish: 12/15, 12/22, 12/29 degrees 29 minutes 24 (3t) seconds West a distance of 131.56 feet to a set iron in the North line of said 50 foot SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S access easement known as NOTICE OF SALE Freedom Lane; thence, WHEREAS, on May 31, along the North line of said 2007, Barbara Clark (signed easement, North 44 degrees Barbara J. Clark) executed a 55 minutes 22 seconds certain deed of trust to West, a distance of 84.49 Richard E. Smith Jr., Trustee feet to the Point of for the benefit of Mortgage beginning, containing 0.25 Electronic Registration acres, more or less. Systems, Inc. which deed of Together with a 50 foot trust is of record in the office access easement being 25' of the Chancery Clerk of either side of a centerline Warren County, State of described as: Commencing Mississippi in Book 1689 at at the Southwest Corner of Page 500; and Section 10, Township 15 WHEREAS, said Deed of North, Range 4 East, Warren Trust was subsequently County, Mississippi; from assigned to Nationwide mid point run thence North Advantage Mortgage 37 degrees 13 minutes 31 Company by instrument seconds East a distance of dated October 25, 2010 and 3536.12 feet to a point in the recorded in Book 1516 at west line of China Grove Page 70 of the aforesaid Road and the point of Chancery Clerk's office; and beginning of the herein WHEREAS, Nationwide described easement; thence Advantage Mortgage along said centerline as Company has heretofore follows: South 72 degrees substituted J. Gary Massey 59 minutes 28 seconds West as Trustee by instrument a distance of 77.42 feet; dated November 15, 2010 thence 70 degrees 33 and recorded in the aforesaid minutes 41 seconds West a Chancery Clerk's Office in distance of 77.88 feet; Book 1516 at Page 406; and thence South 68 degrees 23 WHEREAS, default having minutes 00 seconds West a been made in the terms and distance of 90.60 feet; conditions of said deed of thence 63 degrees 08 trust and the entire debt minutes 47 seconds West a secured thereby having been distance of 100.98 feet; declared to be due and thence South 60 degrees 57 payable in accordance with minutes 48 seconds West a the terms of said deed of distance of 91.04 feet; trust, Nationwide Advantage thence South 56 degrees 09 Mortgage Company, the minutes 47 seconds West a legal holder of said distance of 120.84 feet; indebtedness, having thence South 57 degrees 18 requested the undersigned minutes34 seconds West a Substituted Trustee to distance of 93.98 feet; execute the trust and sell thence with a curve turning said land and property in to the right having an arc accordance with the terms of length of 243.12 feet, a said deed of trust and for the radius of 179.12 feet, a chord purpose of raising the sums bearing of North 83 degrees due thereunder, together 48 minutes 24 seconds with attorney's fees, trustee's West, and a chord length of fees and expense of sale. 224.88 feet, North 44 NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. degrees 55 minutes 22 Gary Massey, Substituted seconds West a distance of Trustee in said deed of trust, 218.14 feet to the point of will on January 12, 2011 terminus of said easement. offer for sale at public outcry Along with Cappaert Mobile and sell within legal hours Home, Serial # (being between the hours of CHVM340686624012AB 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at I WILL CONVEY only such the West Door of the County title as vested in me as Courthouse of Warren Substituted Trustee. County, located at Bay Saint WITNESS MY SIGNATURE Louis, Mississippi, to the on this 8th day of December, highest and best bidder for 2010. to the this way cash theStep following described J. Gary Massey property situated in Warren SUBSTITUTED top of your field!TRUSTEE County, State of Mississippi, Shapiro & Massey, L.L.C. to-wit: Job opportunities 1910 Lakeland Drive Part of Section 10, T15 N, Suite B Range 4E, further described abound in the Jackson, MS 39216 as: (601)981-9299 Commencing at the 116 Freedom Lane Southwest Corner of Section Vicksburg, MS 39180 10, Township 15 North, 10-001530JC Range 4 West, Warren Publish: 12/15, 12/22, 12/29, County, Mississippi; thence 1/5(3t) N 23 degrees 42 minutes 17 seconds East, a distance of 2976.75 feet to a set iron on of the North line of a 50' access The Vicksburg Post easement known as Freedom Lane andClassifieds. also being the Point of Beginning; from saidCall point, run Casey thence N or Maria 38 degrees 01 minutes 42 seconds East, a distance of 122.81 feet to a set iron; thence South 60 degrees 03 minutes 39 seconds East, a distance of 37.00 feet; thence South 45 degrees 40 minutes 05 seconds East a distance of 40.84 feet; thence S 35 degrees 02 minutes 18 seconds East, a



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feet to the Point of beginning, containing 0.25 acres, more or less. Together with a 50 foot C8 Wednesday, December 15, 2010 access easement being 25' either side of a centerline EISENHOWER DRIVE described1718 as: Commencing #1 Point Pleasant Great Lake Estates at the Southwest Corner of Section 10, Township 15 North, Range 4 East, Warren TNB Loan *** 9169 County, Mississippi; from A. K. Wynn (FNMA) mid point run thence North TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF 37 degrees 13 minutes 31 SALE seconds East a distance of WHEREAS, on August 21, 3536.12 feet to a point in the 2007, Aron K. Wynn, a single west line of China Grove man, executed a Deed of Road and the point of Trust to beginning of the herein T. Harris Collier, III, as described easement; thence Trustee for Trustmark along said centerline as 3 BR, 2.5 BA home with 3400 plus square foot sits on 1.6 acre â&#x20AC;˘Waterfront fishing, boating & swimming National Bank, as Lender, follows: South 72 degrees lot.forBeautiful hardwood and brick floors downstairs with large and Mortgage Electronic all at your front door. This wonderful family home 59 minutes 28 seconds Westoffers 4 bedrooms & 3 baths. The Registration Systems, breakfast area, customInc. cabinetry in kitchen and office/sewing master bedroom & feet; bath are private from the other bedrooms. a distance of 77.42 â&#x20AC;˘1500 sq ft - 2 bedroom, 1 bath (MERS), as Beneficiary, room adjacent to laundry area. There 70 is adegrees formal livingroom and dining room, seperate family thence 33 â&#x20AC;˘200â&#x20AC;&#x2122; pier with slide and diving board. which is recorded in thehas a wood burning fireplace with insert. room, breakfast area & eat at minutes 41 seconds West a bar. This home features hardwood Oversized living room â&#x20AC;˘Covered double boat slip, water/ power to pier office Upstairs of the Chancery Clerk floors,kitchen withfeet; serving bar & extra oven,& beautiful updatdistance of 77.88 is carpeted and bonus room features a wet bar. of Warren County, MS, in â&#x20AC;˘Above ground swimming pool ed hall bath.68 Wonderful thence South degrees new 23 back deck. Two master suites, Recreational Fishing Privileges for Great Lake homeowners. Book 1689 Page 256; large windows minutes 00 seconds West & a a great neighborhood with ground level deck. WHEREAS, on October 27, distance of 90.60 feet; â&#x20AC;˘Landscaped â&#x20AC;˘ Fenced â&#x20AC;˘ Work Shop â&#x20AC;˘ Decks 2010, said Deed of Trust thence 63 degrees 08 SUE L. RICHARDSON was assignedCALL from Mortgage minutes 47 seconds West a OCCONI INA Godfrey & Ivy Realty, Inc. Electronic Registration 601-415-0957 distance of 100.98 feet; Systems, Inc. (MERS) to 601-415-4503 or 601-636-5947 thence South 60 degrees 57 103 Pear Orchard Drive Cindy Roberson - Agent as minutes 48 seconds West a ESTATE OF VICKSBURG, INC. Trustmark National Bank, LEECH REAL MS recorded in Book 1516 Vicksburg, Page distance of 91.04 feet; 45, 601-636-3116 thence South 56 degrees 09 WHEREAS, on October 27, minutes 47 seconds West a 2010, Trustmark National distance of 120.84 feet; Bank substituted Mark S. thence South 57 degrees 18 Mayfield as Trustee, as minutes34 seconds West a recorded in Book 1516 Page distance of 93.98 feet; 46; thence with a curve turning â&#x20AC;&#x153;Credit problems? WHEREAS, there being a BE YOUR OWN boss! to the right having an arc TNB Loan *** 0414 No problem!â&#x20AC;? default in the terms and Process medical claims length of 243.12 feet, a M. St. John (FNMA) No way. The Federal BLOOD HOUND. NOT from home on your computconditions of the Deed of radius of 179.12 feet, a chord TRUSTEE'S NOTICE Trade Commission says wearing collar, found Tuck- er. Call The Federal Trade Trust and the entire debt bearing of North 83 degrees OF SALE no company can legally er Road vicinity. 601-278- Commission to find out how secured having been 48 minutes 24 seconds WHEREAS, on October 27, remove accurate and timely 0088. declared to be due and to spot medical billing West, and a chord length of 2006, Melissa St. John, a information from your credit payable in accordance with scams. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A 224.88 feet, North 44 married woman, and Robert LOST A DOG? report. Learn about managits terms, Trustmark National message from The Vicksdegrees 55 minutes 22 St. John executed a Deed of Found a cat? Let The ing credit and debt at Bank, the holder of the debt burg Post and The FTC. seconds West a distance of Trust to T. Harris Collier, III, Vicksburg Post help! has requested the Trustee to 218.14 feet to the point of as Trustee for Trustmark Run a FREE 3 day ad! A message from execute the trust and sell CHEER & TUMBLE Instructerminus of said easement. National Bank, as Lender, 601-636-SELL or e-mail The Vicksburg Post said land and property tors needed. Must be experiAlong with Cappaert Mobile and for Mortgage Electronic classifieds@vicksburg and the FTC. pursuant to its terms in order enced in Cheerleading. Work is Home, Serial # Registration Systems, Inc. to raise the sums due, with after 2pm into evenings. MonCHVM340686624012AB (MERS), as Beneficiary, attorney's and trustee's fees, I WILL CONVEY only such which is recorded in the Center For LOST WALLET!!! day- Friday. Call 601-415-2085. and expenses of sale; title as vested in me as office of the Chancery Clerk Pregnancy Choices LOST OR STOLEN walNOW, THEREFORE, I, Mark HEAVY EQUIPMENT Substituted Trustee. of Warren County, MS, in let, missing between Cen- MECHANIC Leading edge Free Pregnancy Tests S. Mayfield, Trustee for said WITNESS MY SIGNATURE Book 1621 Page 442; (non-medical facility) tral Fire Station and River Deed of Trust, will on aviation, Greenville, MS Exon this 8th day of December, WHEREAS, on October 26, Region Medical Center. cellent career opportunity in ¡ Education on All December 29, 2010, offer for 2010. 2010, said Deed of Trust Contains very important pasale at public outcry, and sell Diesel/ Fuel engine repair Options J. Gary Massey was assigned from Mortgage pers. Please return. Call and overhaul. Minimum 2 within legal hours (being SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE ¡ Confidential CounElectronic Registration 601-638-7360. between the hours of 11:00 years experience, hydraulic Shapiro & Massey, L.L.C. Systems, Inc. (MERS) to seling and electrical a plus. Must 1910 Lakeland Drive Trustmark National Bank, as A.M., and 4:00 P.M.), at the Call 601-638-2778 west main door of the have outstanding work ethic Suite B recorded in Book 1516 Page for appt Warren County Courthouse, positive attitude and great Jackson, MS 39216 41; located in Vicksburg, MS, to www.vicksburgpregnanreferences. Pay DOE Email (601)981-9299 WHEREAS, on October 26, the highest and best bidder resume to 116 Freedom Lane 2010, Trustmark National for cash, the following com Fax 714-556-4023 or Vicksburg, MS 39180 Bank substituted Mark S. â&#x20AC;&#x153;ACEâ&#x20AC;? described property situated Call 714-556-0576. Reloca10-001530JC Mayfield as Trustee, as Truck Driver Training in Warren County, MS, tion Assistance Available. Publish: 12/15, 12/22, 12/29, recorded in Book 1516 Page Is the one you to-wit: With a Difference 1/5(4t) 1/5(3t) 42; love Property Description: South LIVE IN COMPANION Job Placement Asst. WHEREAS, there being a One-Half Lot 17, Square 9 needed. References rehurting you? Day, Night & Refresher default in the terms and TNB Loan *** 8854 That part of Lot 17, Square quired. Send resumes to: conditions of the Deed of Classes Call G. K. McBride (FNMA) 9, Vick's Enlargement, within Dept. 3743 Trust and the entire debt Get on the Road NOW! TRUSTEE'S NOTICE Haven House Family the City of Vicksburg, The Vicksburg Post secured having been Call 1-888-430-4223 OF SALE Mississippi, Located in P.O Box 821668 Shelter declared to be due and WHEREAS, on December Section 19, Township 16 Vicksburg, MS 39182. MS Prop. Lic. 77#C124 payable in accordance with 601-638-0555 or North, Range 3 East, Warren 31, 2007, George K. its terms, Trustmark National County, Mississippi, more 1-800-898-0860 McBride, a single man Bank, the holder of the debt AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE     executed a Deed of Trust to Services available to has requested the Trustee to particularly described as TECHNICIAN. Hours   follows, to-wit: T. Harris Collier, III, as women & children who are execute the trust and sell Monday- Friday, 7:30am Begin at an iron pin marking   Trustee for Trustmark said land and property victims of to 5:30pm, Pay based on 

National Bank, as Lender, pursuant to its terms in order the Southeast corner of Lot domestic violence and/or experience and qualifica17, Square 9, of Vick's Enand for Mortgage Electronic to raise the sums due, with    homeless: Shelter, countions. Contact Service largement, at its intersection Registration Systems, Inc. attorney's and trustee's fees, !! " seling, group support. Manager at 601-630-2952 with the West line of Third and expenses of sale; (MERS), as Beneficiary, # $%&'$($' (Counseling available by or fax resume to 601-636NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mark North Street, same being the which is recorded in the appt.) )*)* Southeast corner of that 5071 or e-mail S. Mayfield, Trustee for said office of the Chancery Clerk certain parcel conveyed in # Deed of Trust, will on Deof Warren County, MS, in 2006 by deed to Darius and   ' EOE cember 29, 2010, offer for ENDING HOMELESSBook 1689 Page 304; + " sale at public outcry, and sell Bridgette Wynn as recorded NESS. WOMEN with chilWHEREAS, on October 26, in Deed Book 1430 at Page within legal hours (being Company Drivers & dren or without are you in 2010, said Deed of Trust 733 of the Land Records of between the hours of 11:00 need of shelter? Mountain was assigned from Mortgage Owner Operators: Warren County, Mississippi; A.M., and 4:00 P.M.), at the of Faith Ministries/ WomElectronic Registration thence run North 82 degrees New Dedicated Contract in west main door of the en's Restoration Shelter. Systems, Inc. (MERS) to West along an old fence line Warren County Courthouse, Certain restrictions apply, Vicksburg. Trustmark National Bank, as along the South line of said located in Vicksburg, MS, to 601-661-8990. Life coachrecorded in Book 1516 Page Lot 17 for 123.0 feet, more or ing available by appoint- Blowinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; & Goinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Year Round the highest and best bidder 43; less, to the East line of that O/O: Line Haul + for cash, the following dement. AKC/ CKC WHEREAS, on October 26, certain part of Lot 18 scribed property situated in 100% Fuel Surcharge REGISTERED Yorkies, 2010, Trustmark National conveyed by deed of 1994 to Runaway Warren County, MS, to-wit: Poodles and Schnauzers Company: $.34/mile Bank substituted Mark S. Lee Esther hall as recorded Lot Ninety-Six (96), of EnAre you 12 to 17? $400 and up! in Deed Book 1016 at Page Mayfield as Trustee, as Great Hometime chanted Hills Subdivision, 601-218-5533, Alone? Scared? 137 of said Land Records; recorded in Book 1516 Page Part Two (2), as shown per    CDL-A, Clean MVR. Call 601-634-0640 anythence turn and run along 44; plat of record in Plat Book 1 time or 1-800-793-8266 3 yrs Exp. Req. the common lot line North 08 WHEREAS, there being a at Page 51 of the Land We can help! degrees East for 73.75 feet default in the terms and Call Shannon: 877-948-3625 Records in the office of the One child, to an iron pin along the conditions of the Deed of Clerk of Chancery Court of East-West mid-line through one day at a time. Trust and the entire debt Warren County, Mississippi. Lot 17; thence turn and secured having been I will convey only such title follow said mid-line South 82 as is vested in me, with no declared to be due and WWISCAAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Case degrees East for 123.0 feet, express or implied warpayable in accordance with more or less, to the West line Management units will ranties. its terms, Trustmark National of Third North Street; thence WITNESS my signature this Bank, the holder of the debt shut down December 20, turn and follow the right of December 8, 2010. has requested the Trustee to 2010. It will not re-open way and the East line of said /s/ MARK S. MAYFIELD execute the trust and sell Lot 17 for 73.75 feet back to for client services until MARK S. MAYFIELD, said land and property the point of beginning Trustee January 3, 2011, at which pursuant to its terms in order containing 0.208 acres, and Mark S. Mayfield, PLLC, to raise the sums due, with time new rules and regulabeing the south one-Half of Riverhill Tower Building, attorney's and trustee's fees, said Lot 17. tions will apply. There will 1675 Lakeland Dr., Suite and expenses of sale; I will convey only such title 306, Jackson, MS 39216, be no appointments made NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mark as is vested in me, with no Phone 601-948-3590, HYS. Mayfield, Trustee for said or applications taken PERLINK "mailto:MayfieldAt- express or implied Deed of Trust, will on warranties. during this period." MayfieldAtDecember 29, 2010, offer for WITNESS my signature this sale at public outcry, and sell December 8, 2010. Publish: 12/8, 12/15, 12/22 /s/ MARK S. MAYFIELD within legal hours (being (3t) MARK S. MAYFIELD, â&#x20AC;˘ Glass between the hours of 11:00 â&#x20AC;˘ Construction Trustee A.M., and 4:00 P.M.), at the TNB Loan *** 9169 Mark S. Mayfield, PLLC, west main front door of the A. K. Wynn (FNMA) Riverhill Tower Building, Warren County Courthouse, FOUND BLACK CAT off TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF 1675 Lakeland Dr., Suite of Fisher Ferry on Falcon located in Vicksburg, MS, to SALE CONSTRUCTION 306, Jackson, MS 39216, Ridge. Call 601-636-7502. the highest and best bidder Quality Service at Competitive Prices WHEREAS, on August 21, Phone 601-948-3590, HYNew Homes for cash, the following 2007, Aron K. Wynn, a single PERLINK "mailto:MayfieldAt#1 Windshield Repair & Replacement FOUND BLACK Framing, Remodeling, described property situated man, executed a Deed of Vans â&#x20AC;˘ Cars â&#x20AC;˘ Trucks" MayfieldAtLABRADOR Retriever! Cabinets, Flooring, in Warren County, MS, Trust to â&#x20AC;˘Insurance Claims Welcomeâ&#x20AC;˘ Parkside Drive/ Wisteria to-wit: Roofing & Vinyl Siding T. Harris Collier, III, as Publish: 12/8, 12/15, 12/22 area. 601-668-8721. Lot 54 of Broadmoor Trustee for Trustmark State Licensed & Bonded AUTO â&#x20AC;˘ HOME â&#x20AC;˘ BUSINESS (3t) Subdivision, a subdivision National Bank, as Lender, Jason Barnes â&#x20AC;˘ 601-661-0900 Jon Ross 601-638-7932 FOUND SMALL DOG! according to a map or plat and for Mortgage Electronic Vicinity of Hospital and thereof which is on file and of Registration Systems, Inc. Culkin Road. Call to â&#x20AC;˘ Bulldozer & â&#x20AC;˘ Mobile Lawn Care Home record in the Office of the (MERS), as Beneficiary, Identify. 601-218-1971. Construction Chancery Clerk of Warren which is recorded in the Services office of the Chancery Clerk County, Mississippi, in Plat KEEP UP WITH all the loof Warren County, MS, in Book 116 at Page 231, Magnolia Mobile Home Parts cal news and sales...SubBook 1689 Page 256; reference to which is hereby CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 601-634-6579 scribe to The Vicksburg WHEREAS, on October 27, made in aid of and as a part 601-636-4813 YELLOW LABRADOR/ â&#x20AC;˘ Skirting â&#x20AC;˘ Set up Supplies Post TODAY!! Call 6012010, said Deed of Trust of this description. State Board of Contractors â&#x20AC;˘ Tubs, Faucets â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Siding GOLDEN RETRIEVER. was assigned from Mortgage 636-4545, Circulation. I will convey only such title Approved & Bonded Porters Chapel area. Electronic Registration â&#x20AC;˘ Carpet, Tile â&#x20AC;˘ Roof Sealant as is vested in me, with no Systems, Inc. (MERS) to Defining cute ridge of â&#x20AC;˘ Air Conditioners SAYING â&#x20AC;&#x153;SAYONARAâ&#x20AC;? TO express or implied Haul Clay, Gravel, Dirt, Trustmark National Bank, as hair on bridge of nose, your sound system? Let the â&#x20AC;˘ Doors & Windows warranties. Rock & Sand recorded in Book 1516 Page classifieds give the lowdown doe shaped eyes, WITNESS my signature this â&#x20AC;&#x153;If we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have it, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll get it.â&#x20AC;? 45, All Types of Dozer Work on your hi-fi; like make, December 8, 2010. distinctive collar. Call to WHEREAS, on October 27, â&#x20AC;˘ Demolition Land Clearing model, wattage, and when to /s/ MARK S. MAYFIELD identify. 601-738-0650, 2010, Trustmark National Site Development call. Classified... fast-action MARK S. MAYFIELD, â&#x20AC;˘ Dirt Works or 601-738-0649. Bank substituted Mark S. results. 601-636-SELL. & Preparation Excavation Trustee Mayfield as Trustee, as Crane Rental â&#x20AC;˘ Mud Jacking Mark S. Mayfield, PLLC, recorded in Book 1516 Page CLARKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CONSTRUCTION Riverhill Tower Building, 46; State board of contractors â&#x20AC;˘ HandyMan Lawn Care 1675 Lakeland Dr., Suite WHEREAS, there being a approved and bonded. 306, Jackson, MS 39216, Services default in the terms and 601-638-9233. Fill dirt for erosion Phone 601-948-3590, HYconditions of the Deed of purposes, clay gravel, 610, back PERLINK "mailto:MayfieldAt- Trust and the entire debt sand. FREE estimates on IVER ITY ANDYMAN fill" MayfieldAtsecured having been demolition, driveway work, Joe Rangel - Owner declared to be due and replacement of old broken drivePublish: 12/8, 12/15, 12/22 payable in accordance with 601.636.7843 â&#x20AC;˘ 601.529.5400 way and add- ons. Lot clearing, its terms, Trustmark National (3t) dozer track hoe work. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not satisfied until You Bank, the holder of the debt are. Call today for your has requested the Trustee to Free Estimate! IN THE CHANCERY CLASSIFIEDS execute the trust and sell 601-636-SELL (7355) COURT OF WARREN said land and property COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI pursuant to its terms in order to raise the sums due, with IN THE MATTER OF THE attorney's and trustee's fees, ESTATE and expenses of sale; OF ELIZABETH B. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mark SANDIFER, DECEASED S. Mayfield, Trustee for said CAUSE NO. 2010-144PR Deed of Trust, will on TYREE F. BELL, III, December 29, 2010, offer for EXECUTOR sale at public outcry, and sell stay-at-home Teachers, within legal hours (being NOTICE TO CREDITORS college students, parents, between the hours of 11:00 Letters Testamentary upon and 4:00 P.M.), at the the Estate of ELIZABETH B. 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22. Musical Instruments 1995 FENDER STRAT guitar, made in the USA. Mint condition, with case and strap. Asking $350. 601-831-2776. EPIPHONE SG310 SERIES electric guitar. Black, and SG hard shell case, great condition. $200. 601535-2290, 601-529-8059.

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MS. LADIES SPOTLESS cleaning. If you need help for the Holidays Call 601218-5910. River City Lawn Care You grow it - we mow it! Affordable and professional. Lawn and landscape maintenance. Cut, bag, trim, edge. 601-529-6168.

2 BEDROOM, 1 bath. $400 monthly, $200 deposit. 601-529-0660.

2 APARTMENTS FOR rent. 1 bedroom. $200 security deposit. 601-2183835, 601-661-8999.

2 BEDROOMS, 1 bath. Newly renovated with appliances. Call Larry, 601-6306216.

2228-C GROVE STREET. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher. Water, sewer, trash included. $550 monthly with $400 deposit. Section 8 welcome. 662-312-3894.

3 BEDROOMS, 1½ BATH, very private location, Highway 27. $675 monthly, 601415-0784. 3 BEDROOMS, TOTALLY renovated, all new, $700 1865 MLK. 732-768-5743, 209-628-8756.

LOS COLINAS. SMALL 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Cottage. Close in, nice. $795 monthly. 601-831-4506.

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Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA home has 2183 sq. ft. and sits back on 7.1 acres. Completely remodeled. Must see!! REDUCED TO $185,000!

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McMillin Real Estate 601-636-8193 REDUCED--Warren Central area great 4 br, 2 ba home on approx 1 acre. Updated with ceramic in kitchen and baths, new carpet in bedrooms, new wood laminate in large den. Includes 12x20 wired workshop. For more information or appt. call 601-415-3022. Kay Odom..........601-638-2443 Kay Hobson.......601-638-8512 Jake Strait...........601-218-1258 Bob Gordon........601-831-0135 Tony Jordan........601-630-6461 Alex Monsour.....601-415-7274 Jay Hobson..........601-456-1318 Kai Mason...........601-218-5623






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BOVINA AREA- LAKE front, cul-de-sac, approximately 1.5 acres. Reduced to $16,000. 601-831-0302.

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36. Farms & Acreage *LAND LIQUIDATION* 20 acres, $0 down, $99/month. ONLY $12,900 near growing El Paso, Texas. Guaranteed owner financing. NO CREDIT CHECKS! Money back guarantee. FREE map and pictures. 866-383-8302. 2- 5 ACRE TRACTS IN Claiborne County. 1 wooded and 1 cleared. $5,000 per acre. Call 601-664-0287. 3.03 ACRES ON BILL Strong Road, cleared/ ready to build. $20,000. 601-2189984, 601-218-7816.

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310.46 acres Freetown Road, Bovina area. Rolling pasture, beautiful house site. $55,000. 321.52 acres China Grove. Wooded, $85,000. 3Financing available3 May and Campbell Land Company. 601-634-8255.

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1994 LEXUS 400. Good condition. New tires and rims. Best offer. 601-5290660. 1999 CHEVROLET BLAZER. V6, power sunroof, 6 pack CD, great shape. $3500. Call Bobby, 601-218-9654 days, 601636-0658 nights. Dealer. 2006 TOYOTA AVALON. Loaded, 56,000 miles, excellent condition. $17,300. 601-636-7924, 6pm-9pm. GMC 54 PASSENGER Blue Bird school bus. Runs good. 601-638-1063.

CHRISTMAS SALE-A-THON! 98 Malibu - $728 Down 01 Cavalier - $728 Down 03 Alero - $879 Down 00 Explorer - $879 Down

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The Car Store CARS • CARS • CARS• CARS• CARS 98 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS V1901R .20 Months @ $210 per month ......... $875*down 02 DODGE STRATUS SE V1665RR .........13 Months @ $230 per month .... $900*down 99 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LX V2036 28 Months @ $260 per month .......$1030*down 02 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT V2009...........28 Months @ $240 per month .......... $1065*down 01 BUICK LESABRE V2064.......................28 Months @ $270 per month $1065*down 03 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS LS V2054 28 Months @ $280 per month $1205*down 02 CHEVY IMPALA V2052.........................28 Months @ $270 per month $1275*down 03 CHEVY IMPALA LS V2057..................28 Months @ $270 per month $1380*down 00 CADILLAC DEVILLE V2041 .................26 Months @ $290 per month $1400*down $260 per month .$1525 " *" DHS V1952R .....................16 Months 021CADILLAC 1-**down 1-*@ " TRUCKS • TRUCKS • TRUCKS • TRUCKS 99 DODGE CARAVAN SE V2044 .............22 Months @ $220 per month $1055*down 99 DODGE DURANGO SLT 4X4 V1899R 20 Months @ $230 per month ....$1080*down 03 FORD F-150 XL V2043.....................28 Months @ $290 per month ....... $1135*down 01 DODGE DURANGO SLT 4X4 V2056 28 Months @ $280 per month .............$1310*down 99 FORD EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUER V2055..28 Months @ $290 per month $1450*down -


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MAGNOLIA MANOR APARTMENTS Elderly & Disabled 3515 Manor Drive Vicksburg, Ms. 601-636-3625 Equal Housing Opportunity

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Sybil Caraway....601-218-2869 Catherine Roy....601-831-5790 Rick McAllister..601-218-1150 Mincer Minor.....601-529-0893 Jim Hobson.........601-415-0211

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BARGAIN!! PRIME OFFICE space, $450 monthly. Call 601629-7305 or 601-291-1148.


MEADOWBROOK PROPERTIES. 2 or 3 bedroom mobile homes, south county. Deposit required. 601-619-9789.

Mary D. Barnes.........601-966-1665 Stacie Bowers-Griffin...601-218-9134 Jill Waring Upchurch....601-906-5012 Carla Watson...............601-415-4179 Judy Uzzle-Ashley....601-994-4663 Andrea Upchurch.......601-831-6490



3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS renovated, $500 monthly, nice size lot. Call 601-2185910.

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Jones & Upchurch Real Estate Agency

Suite B-Apprx. 2450 sq. ft. Office or Retail! Great Location! Easy Access!

34. Houses For Sale Eagle Lake 55 Sullivan Cove,

1911 Mission 66

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SMALL HAIR SALON. Wisconsin Avenue, only $425 monthly! 601-6346669.

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MAGNOLIA COMMONS OF VICKSBURG, 2 Bedroom - $630 3 Bedroom - $724 Enjoy Life In Our Modern, Convenient Apartment Community Located off Highway 61 South. 601-619-6821

1, 2 AND 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS, downtown. $400 to $650 monthly, deposit required. 601-638-1746.

Make us your HOME, We make Life EASY! We have it ALL! Paid cable, water & trash, we furnish washer/ dryer & microwave. Ask about our SPECIAL! Call NOW!! 601-415-8735

34. Houses For Sale


30. Houses For Rent

2 bedroom house, $400 monthly. 3 bedroom Duplex $450 monthly. Refrigerator and stove furnished. $200 deposit on all. 601-6348290.

32. Mobile Homes For Sale

605 Cain Ridge Rd. Vicksburg, MS 39180

$99 DEPOSIT SPECIAL. Eastover Drive Apartments. 3 bedrooms $525 monthly, $300 deposit. Management 601-631-0805.

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TAKING APPLICATIONS ON 1, 2 and 3 bedroom. $200 deposit on each. Refrigerator and stove furnished. 601-634-8290.

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STUMP REMOVAL. DECEMBER Special! 40 or more stumps, 24 inches or less, $15 each or lower. 30 years Christian service. State's lowest on big jobs and big stumps. The Tree Barber. 601-371-8733.

NEW FURNISHED STUDIO COTTAGE! Located in heart of prestigious historic area, off street parking, washer/ dryer, all utilities. $800 monthly. 601-636-7915.

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SPORTS We dn e sday, de ce mbe r 15, 2010 • SEC TI O N d

Steve Wilson, sports editor | E-mail: | Tel: 601.636.4545 ext 142

college basketball

Bulldogs thrash visiting Alabama State By The Associated Press

All America SEC champions Auburn puts two players, Cam Newton and Nick Fairley, on the AP All-America first team. Team list/D2

Schedule PREP SOCCER Vicksburg at WC Friday, 4 p.m.

STARKVILLE — Elgin Bailey scored 13 points and Brian Bryant and Riley Benock added 11 each to lead Mississippi State to a 67-46 victory over Alabama State on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs (7-2) shot 43.9 percent from the field (25-of57) and overcame 17 turnovers to win their third game in three days. “This was all about finding a way to get a win,” MSU coach Rick Stansbury said. “It is the fourth game, but really fatigue is usually more in your mind than in your body. The key to this was playing gritty and making some plays. We had several

On TV 6 p.m. ESPN - The redhot New York Knicks take on the Boston Celtics in the opener of an NBA doubleheader, while Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks battle the Portland Trailblazers in the finale.

Riley Benock

Elgin Bailey

players who played gritty and made some key plays in the second half.” Alabama State (1-8) shot just 29 percent from the field (18-of-62) and hit only 6 of 27 3-pointers. Ravern Johnson, Mississippi State’s leading scorer, was suspended for the game for violating the school’s

class attendance policy. The Bulldogs opened the game on a 15-6 run but trailed 28-26 at the half. Mississippi State recovered early in the second half and controlled the game from there. Bailey was 4-of-8 from the field and 5-of-8 from the freethrow line. He also had seven rebounds. Bryant hit 4 of 7 shots from the field, and Benock hit 4-of-7 — including three 3-pointers — and had six rebounds. Kenderek Washington paced the Hornets with nine points. “The key was the zone defense,” Stansbury said. “They really didn’t get the ball into the paint very often.

From the outside, they didn’t shoot a good percentage. Defensively, we played really well in the second half.” Renardo Sidney and Dee Bost, two projected starters for the Bulldogs, did not play because of NCAA suspensions. Sidney is eligible to return Saturday against Virginia Tech, and Bost will be eligible for the start of Southeastern Conference play in January. Both will play in tonight’s exhibition game against Belhaven in Jackson.

Jackson State 80, Spring Hill 32 Jenirro Bush scored 23


Owens blames Bengals coaches


Senior Mississippi State offensive tackle was named to the AP AllAmerica second team on Tuesday.

By The Associated Press

sidelines Favre is hopeful to start next game

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Brett Favre’s career isn’t quite over yet. The Minnesota Vikings have been eliminated from playoff contention, but they still need someone to play quarterback for their final three games. Interim coach Leslie Frazier said the 41-year-old Favre is his choice — and he may be back in time for Monday night’s game against Chicago. Favre was feeling better Tuesday, according to Frazier, after his NFLrecord streak of starting 297 straight regularseason games ended Monday with him on the sideline at Ford Field in Detroit during Minnesota’s loss to the Giants. He is nursing a sprained throwing shoulder and a numb hand, but an ultrasound on Favre’s neck and shoulder revealed no nerve damage, Frazier said. For now, the Vikings won’t end Favre’s season, and perhaps his storied career, by putting him on injured reserve. “I don’t see that as being part of the equation at this point,” Frazier said. “It looks like there’s a chance that we’re going to be able to get him back at some point. Hopefully this week.”

LOTTERY La. Pick 3: 7-7-9 La. Pick 4: 6-3-0-2 Weekly results: D2

points as Jackson State routed Spring Hill. The Tigers (3-7) took their third win in five games after starting the season 0-5. Jackson State shut down the Badgers (4-4) in the second half, allowing only 10 points. Spring Hill, an NAIA school, shot 2-for-21 from the field (9.5 percent) in the second half and 0-for-8 from long range. For the game, the Badgers shot 9 for 42 from the field (21.4 percent), including 1 of 13 from 3-point range. Bush was 9-of-16 from the floor in 24 minutes. Tyrone Hanson added 12 points and The Tigers were 29-for-64 from the field for the game and hit 8 of 23 3-pointers.

The associated press

New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas runs past St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora in the second half Sunday. The Saints defeated the Rams 31-13.

Saints regain their stride By The Associated Press METAIRIE, La. — The streaking New Orleans Saints know the road to the Super Bowl probably won’t go through the Louisiana Superdome. They also believe they can win anywhere as they try to become the first back-to-back NFL champion since the New England Patriots in 2005. Despite winning its sixth in a row against St. Louis on Sunday, New Orleans (10-3) remained a game behind Atlanta in the NFC South. Even if the Saints sweep their last three, including a victory at Atlanta on Dec. 27, the Falcons will clinch the division title if they beat Seattle (6-7) and Carolina (1-12). Without a division championship, the Saints would be a No. 5 seed at best in the NFC playoffs, regardless of their record. “We’re not even worried about that,” linebacker Jonathan Vilma said. “We just

keep focusing on winning each game and keeping the momentum going. Just get us to the playoffs. We’ll worry about the rest later.” The Saints took care of most of coach Sean Payton’s concerns going into the St. Louis game. After converting only one of eight third downs in a sloppy 34-30 win at Cincinnati a week earlier, they converted 11 of 16 against the Rams, retaking the NFL lead with a 49.7 percent success rate for the year. After struggling to get a consistent pass rush in recent weeks, they sacked rookie quarterback Sam Bradford three times, pressured him into two interceptions and caused an intentional grounding penalty. They scored on touchdown drives of 13 and 12 plays the first two times they had the ball while forcing Steven Jackson’s fumble on the Rams’ first possession. Unlike the past two games, when they blew 17-

and 14-point leads and had to rally late in the fourth quarter, they were up by at least 15 the entire second half. “How we’re playing now, it doesn’t matter who we’re playing or where we’re playing,” safety Darren Sharper said. “We’re peaking at the right time.” The next two weeks will provide a good test for Sharper’s theory. New Orleans travels to AFC contender Baltimore on Sunday before playing Atlanta in the Georgia Dome eight days later. With a win at either place, the Saints would have more ammunition for a potential playoff run on the road. With losses, they might not even make the postseason in the top-heavy NFC, where seven teams have eight or more wins. “It’s a competitive stretch,” Payton said. “Clearly, Baltimore is an elite team. It’s another real good challenge for us.” The Saints’ health has

them even more confident. For the first time in Payton’s five-year tenure, they have almost no significant injuries in December on either side of the ball. For the first time since September, every key playmaker was available on offense against St. Louis. Running back Pierre Thomas played Sunday after missing nine games with a left ankle sprain. Running back Reggie Bush returned two weeks earlier after missing eight games with a broken leg. The duo combined for 129 yards from scrimmage, easing the loss of rookie Chris Ivory, who tweaked a hamstring after gaining 47 yards on seven carries in the first quarter. Payton said Ivory would be evaluated at practice today, but the injury did not appear serious. “People around the league now understand the Saints aren’t a soft team,” Bush said. “We can play physical, we can play fast, we can play finesse, we can do it all.”

CINCINNATI — Receiver Terrell Owens says the Cincinnati Bengals’ lousy season is the result of underachieving “from the top down,” and he particularly points a finger at the coaches. Teammate Chad Ochocinco asked Owens during “The T.Ocho Show” on Versus cable network Tuesday night why he thinks the team is 2-11. “I think there’s underachieving from the top down,” Owens said. “You start with the owner, you start with the coaches. And obviously we as players, we are a product of what the coaches are coaching us throughout the Terrell course of Owens the week. “Of course, we have to go out there and play the game. But in order for us to do what we’re allowed to do at the best of our abilities, the coaches have to put the players in the best position.” Owens has been diplomatic for most of the season, which quickly spiraled out of control. He had only one catch for 22 yards during a 23-7 defeat in Pittsburgh on Sunday that was Cincinnati’s 10th straight, matching the franchise record for consecutive losses in a season. In the past couple of weeks, Owens has implied that the Bengals are getting out-coached and not making very good adjustments to opposing defenses. His comments on Tuesday were his most pointed yet. Wearing a T-shirt that said “I (heart) Keeping It Real,” Owens noted that he signed a one-year deal with Cincinnati to improve its passing game and help the defending AFC North champions go deeper into the playoffs.


Wednesday, December 15, 2010

on tv

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA 6 p.m. ESPN - Boston at New York 8:30 p.m. ESPN - Portland at Dallas NHL 6 p.m. Versus - New York Rangers at Pittsburgh


from staff & AP reports

Prep basketball Givens scores 26 points to pace Tallulah rout Megan Givens scored a game-high 26 points and Kendall Barrett added 10 as Tallulah Academy crushed Franklin Academy 60-27 Monday.

MLB Yankees give contract extension to Rivera NEW YORK — Mariano Rivera and the New York Yankees have finalized their $30 million, two-year contract. The 41-year-old closer receives $15 million in each of the next two seasons, with $1.5 million each year deferred with no interest. The deferred money will be paid in $1 million annual installments starting in 2013. Rivera was 3-3 with a 1.80 ERA and 33 saves in 38 chances this year. The Yankees also reached a preliminary agreement with catcher Russell Martin and agreed to a minor league contract with righthander Mark Prior.

NFL Union medical director warns about longer schedule WASHINGTON — The medical director for the NFL players’ union said there could be about 250,000 additional plays — and therefore extra collisions and injuries — in the regular season if the league moves to an 18-game schedule. The league has made increasing the schedule from 16 games to 18 a centerpiece of its negotiations with the union for a new collective bargaining agreement. The current CBA expires in March, and the union has said it expects the owners to lock out the players.

Vikings move game to Minnesota’s stadium MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Vikings are getting ready for a frigid night of football after officials said Tuesday that the Metrodome’s torn roof won’t be ready for Monday night’s matchup against the Chicago Bears, forcing the game to move to University of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium. Inspectors found that damage from the weekend snowstorm that dumped more than 17 inches in Minneapolis and busted through the Metrodome’s Teflon roof was worse than initially thought, according to the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission. Officials decided the roof couldn’t be repaired in six days, but could not immediately estimate how long the process would take. Commission president Roy Terwilliger said they hoped to know more in two to three days. The Vikings immediately turned their “full attention to the University of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium,” the team said in a statement. Vice president for public affairs Lester Bagley told The Associated Press that the NFL has agreed to allow the game to be played at the roofless Gophers’ football stadium.


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dec. 15 1964 — San Francisco’s Wilt Chamberlain scores 58 points, including nine in overtime, to give the Warriors a 134-132 victory over the New York Knicks. 1973 — Tennessee beats Temple 11-6 in the lowest scoring NCAA basketball game since 1938. With 11:44 left in the first half and Tennessee leading 7-5, Temple holds onto the ball without a shot. Tennessee doesn’t take a shot in the second half, but manages four free throws by John Snow. 1974 — Oakland’s Jim “Catfish” Hunter is ruled a free agent by arbitrator Peter Seitz when A’s owner Charles O. Finley fails to live up to the terms of Hunter’s contract. 1995 — The Vancouver Grizzlies avoid tying the NBA record for consecutive losses in a season by snapping a 19-game losing streak with a 104-100 overtime victory over Portland.

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scoreboard THIRD TEAM

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W N.Y. Giants......... 9 Philadelphia........ 9 Washington......... 5 Dallas.................. 4

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W Atlanta................ 11 New Orleans...... 10 Tampa Bay......... 8 Carolina.............. 1 W Chicago.............. 9 Green Bay.......... 8 Minnesota........... 5 Detroit................. 3

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W L T Pct Seattle................ 6 7 0 .462 St. Louis............. 6 7 0 .462 San Francisco.... 5 8 0 .385 Arizona............... 4 9 0 .308 x-clinched playoff spot ——— Thursday’s Game San Francisco at San Diego, 7:20 p.m. Sunday’s Games Kansas City at St. Louis, Noon Washington at Dallas, Noon Houston at Tennessee, Noon Arizona at Carolina, Noon Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants, Noon Detroit at Tampa Bay, Noon Cleveland at Cincinnati, Noon Buffalo at Miami, Noon Jacksonville at Indianapolis, Noon New Orleans at Baltimore, Noon Atlanta at Seattle, 3:05 p.m. Denver at Oakland, 3:15 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Pittsburgh, 3:15 p.m. Green Bay at New England, 7:20 p.m. Dec. 20 Chicago at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m.

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college football FCS Playoffs

Semifinals Friday Villanova at Eastern Washington, 7 p.m. Saturday Georgia Southern at Delaware, 11 a.m. Championship Jan. 7 At Frisco, Texas Teams TBA, 6 p.m. ———

Division II Playoffs

Championship Saturday At Florence, Ala. Delta St. vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 10 a.m. ———

Division III Playoffs

Championship Saturday At Salem, Va. Mount Union vs. Wisconsin-Whitewater, 2:30 p.m.

AP All-America Team

By The Associated Press


Quarterback — Cam Newton, junior, 6-foot-6, 250 pounds, Auburn. Running backs — LaMichael James, sophomore, 5-9, 185, Oregon; Kendall Hunter, junior, 5-9, 200, Oklahoma State. Tackles — Gabe Carimi, senior, 6-7, 327, Wisconsin; Nate Solder, senior, 6-9, 315, Colorado. Guards — Rodney Hudson, senior, 6-2, 282, Florida State; John Moffitt, senior, 6-5, 323, Wisconsin. Center — Chase Beeler, senior, 6-3, 285, Stanford. Tight end — Michael Egnew, junior, 6-6, 235, Missouri. Wide receivers — Justin Blackmon, sophomore, 6-1, 205, Oklahoma State; Ryan Broyles, junior, 5-11, 183, Oklahoma. All-purpose player — Randall Cobb, junior, 5-11, 186, Kentucky. Kicker — Alex Henery, senior, 6-2, 175, Nebraska.


Ends — Da’Quan Bowers, junior, 6-4, 275, Clemson; Ryan Kerrigan, senior, 6-4, 263, Purdue. Tackles — Nick Fairley, junior, 6-5, 298, Auburn; Stephen Paea, senior, 6-1, 311, Oregon State. Linebackers — Luke Kuechly, sophomore, 6-3, 235, Boston College; Greg Jones, senior, 6-1, 240, Michigan State; Von Miller, senior, 6-3, 243, Texas A&M. Cornerbacks — Patrick Peterson, junior, 6-1, 222, LSU; Prince Amukamara, senior, 6-1, 205, Nebraska. Safeties — Tejay Johnson, senior, 6-1, 212, TCU; Quinton Carter, senior, 6-1, 200, Oklahoma. Punter — Chas Henry, junior, 6-3, 222, Florida.


Quarterback — Andrew Luck, sophomore, Stanford. Running backs — Jordan Todman, junior, Connecticut; Mikel Leshoure, junior, Illinois. Tackles — Lee Ziemba, senior, Auburn; Derek Sherrod, senior, Mississippi State. Guards — Stefen Wisniewski, senior, Penn State; Justin Boren, senior, Ohio State. Center — Jake Kirkpatrick, senior, TCU. Tight end — Lance Kendricks, senior, Wisconsin. Wide receivers — Alshon Jeffrey, sophomore, South Carolina; Julio Jones, junior, Alabama. All-purpose player — Damaris Johnson, junior, Tulsa. Kicker — Dan Bailey, senior, Oklahoma State.





Ends — J.J. Watt, junior, Wisconsin; Jeremy Beal, senior, Oklahoma. Tackles — Drake Nevis, senior, LSU; Jared Crick, junior, Nebraska. Linebackers — Tank Carder, junior, TCU; Justin Houston, junior, Georgia; Lavonte David, junior, Nebraska. Cornerbacks — Jayron Hosley, sophomore, Virginia Tech; Cliff Harris, sophomore, Oregon. Safeties — Mark Barron, junior, Alabama; Ahmad Black, senior, Florida. Punter — Drew Butler, junior, Georgia.

Quarterback — Kellen Moore, junior, Boise State. Running backs — Vai Taua, senior, Nevada; John Clay, junior, Wisconsin. Tackles — Anthony Castonzo, senior, Boston College; Nate Potter, junior, Boise State. Guards — Barrett Jones, sophomore, Alabama; Caleb, Schlauderaff, senior, Utah. Center — Ryan Pugh, senior, Auburn. Tight end — D.J. Williams, senior, Arkansas. Wide receivers — Greg Salas, sophomore, Hawaii; Titus Young, senior, Boise State. All-purpose player — Denard Robinson, sophomore, Michigan. Kicker — Dannny Hrapmann, junior, Southern Miss.


Ends — Adrian Clayborn, senior, Iowa; Sam Acho, senior, Texas. Tackles — Billy Winn, junior, Boise State; Marcell Dareus, junior, Alabama. Linebackers — Mason Foster, senior, Washington; Nate Irving, senior, North Carolina State; Akeem Ayers, junior, UCLA. Cornerbacks — Reggie Rembert, senior, Air Force; Stephon Gilmore, freshman, South Carolina. Safeties — Rahim Moore, junior, UCLA; Eric Hagg, senior, Nebraska. Punter — Kyle Martens, junior, Rice.

prep football Mississippi 2010 Postseason Prep Polls Here are Mississippi’s 2010 post-season top high school football teams in each class as selected by a panel of Associated Press member state sports writers.

Dec. 18 New Mexico Bowl . ............................................UTEP (6-6) vs. BYU (6-6)

1 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 18 Humanitarian Bowl..............Northern Illinois (10-3) vs. Fresno State (8-4) 4:30 p.m. ESPN Dec. 18 New Orleans Bowl............................................... Ohio (8-4) vs. Troy (7-5)

8 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 21 Beef ’O’ Brady’s Bowl...................Louisville (6-6) vs. Southern Miss (8-4)

7 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 22 MAACO Bowl..........................................Utah (10-2) vs. Boise State (11-1)

7 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 23 Poinsettia Bowl.................................San Diego State (8-4) vs. Navy (8-3)

7 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 24 Hawaii Bowl.................................................... Hawaii (10-3) vs. Tulsa (9-3)

7 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 26 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl........Toledo (8-4) vs. Florida International (6-6) 7:30 p.m. ESPN Dec. 27 Independence Bowl........................Georgia Tech (6-6) vs. Air Force (8-4)

4 p.m. ESPN2

Dec. 28 Champs Sports Bowl...North Carolina State (8-4) vs. West Virginia (9-3) 5:30 p.m. ESPN Dec. 28 Insight Bowl..................................................Missouri (10-2) vs. Iowa (7-5)

9 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 29 Military Bowl.................................... East Carolina (6-6) vs. Maryland (8-4) 1:30 p.m. ESPN Dec. 29 Texas Bowl.......................................................Baylor (7-5) vs. Illinois (6-6)

5 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl..................................Arizona (7-5) vs. Oklahoma State (10-2) 8:15 p.m. ESPN Dec. 30 Armed Forces Bowl...............................................SMU 7-6 vs. Army (6-5)

11 a.m. ESPN

Dec. 30 Pinstripe Bowl................................. Syracuse (7-5) vs. Kansas State (7-5) 2:30 p.m. ESPN Dec. 30 Music City Bowl..........................North Carolina (7-5) vs. Tennessee (6-6) 5:40 p.m. ESPN Dec. 30 Holiday Bowl.................................. Nebraska (10-3) vs. Washington (6-6)

9 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 31 Meineke Bowl...................................Clemson (6-6) vs. South Florida (7-5)

11 a.m. ESPN

Dec. 31 Sun Bowl.................................................Notre Dame (7-5) vs. Miami (7-5)

1 p.m. CBS

Dec. 31 Liberty Bowl...................................................Georgia (6-6) vs. UCF (10-3) 2:30 p.m. ESPN Dec. 31 Chick-fil-A Bowl......................South Carolina (9-4) vs. Florida State (9-4) 6:30 p.m. ESPN

Class 6A

School W-L Pts Prv 1. South Panola (6)..................(15-0) 60 1 2. Meridian................................(14-1) 54 2 3. Madison Central....................(12-2) 48 3 4. Northwest Rankin.................(11-2) 35 NR 5. Gulfport.................................(11-2) 18 4 Others receiving votes: Oak Grove 13, Olive Branch 12.

Class 5A

School W-L 1. West Point (6).......................(14-1) 2. West Jones...........................(12-1) T3. Ridgeland............................(13-1) T3. Brookhaven..........................(9-5) 5. Wayne County......................(10-3) Others receiving votes: Vancleave 7, Beach 6.

Pts Prv 60 4 50 1 43 3 43 NR 31 5 Long

Class 4A

School W-L Pts Prv 1. Lafayette (6)..........................(16-0) 60 1 2. North Pike.............................(14-2) 54 4 3. Noxubee County...................(13-2) 46 3 4. New Albany...........................(13-1) 43 2 5. Mendenhall............................(10-5) 25 NR Others receiving votes: Forrest Co. AHS 6, Purvis 6.

Class 3A

School W-L Pts Prv 1. Forest (6)..............................(15-0) 60 1 2. Aberdeen...............................(14-2) 52 4 3. Tylertown...............................(11-3) 38 5 4. Winona..................................(12-3) 29 NR 5. Belmont.................................(12-1) 21 NR Others receiving votes: Philadelphia 20, Hazlehurst 14, Charleston 6.

Class 2A

School W-L 1. Lumberton (6).......................(14-1) 2. Calhoun City.........................(15-1) 3. Taylorsville............................(13-1) 4. East Webster........................(13-1) 5. Bassfield................................(11-3) Others receiving votes: West Bolivar homa Co. 7.

Pts Prv 60 3 53 2 39 1 36 4 32 T5 13, Coa-

Class 1A

School W-L Pts Prv 1. Mount Olive (6).....................(11-4) 60 5 1 2. Durant...................................(14-1) 54 3. Nanih Waiya.........................(10-3) 41 3 4. Okolona.................................(13-2) 37 4 5. Dexter.....................................(8-6) 22 NR Others receiving votes: Vardaman 13, Cathedral 7, Smithville 6.


School W-L Pts Prv 1. Jackson Aca. (3)...................(10-1) 57 T1 2. Trinity Episcopal (3)..............(11-0) 48 3 3. Jackson Prep.........................(9-2) 37 T1 4. Pillow Aca..............................(8-2) 30 NR 5. Brookhaven Aca...................(10-1) 27 4 Others receiving votes: Madison-Ridgeland Aca. 22, Presbyterian Christian 7, Leake Aca. 6, TriCounty Aca. 6. ——— All Associated Press members in Mississippi are eligible to participate in the high school football poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Daily Leader, Brookhaven; Laurel Leader-Call, Laurel; Starkville Daily News, Starkville; Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Tupelo; The Vicksburg Post, Vicksburg; WDBD.

nba EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division

W Boston...........................19 New York.......................16 Philadelphia...................9 Toronto..........................9 New Jersey...................6

L 4 9 15 16 19 L 8 9 10 15 17

Central Division

W Chicago.........................15 Indiana...........................11 Milwaukee......................10 Detroit............................8 Cleveland.......................7

L 8 12 13 18 17

Pct GB .692 — .640 1 1/2 .615 2 .375 8 .261 10 1/2 Pct .652 .478 .435 .308 .292

GB — 4 5 8 1/2 8 1/2


W San Antonio...................20 Dallas.............................19 New Orleans.................14 Memphis........................11 Houston.........................10

L 3 5 10 14 14

Pct GB .870 — .792 1 1/2 .583 6 1/2 .440 10 .417 10 1/2

Northwest Division

W Utah...............................18 Oklahoma City...............17

Tank McNamara

L 8 8

Pct .692 .680

11 a.m. ESPNU

Jan. 1 Capital One Bowl...........................Michigan State (11-1) vs. Alabama (9-3)

noon ESPN

Jan. 1 Outback Bowl............................................Florida (7-5) vs. Penn State (7-5)

noon ABC

Jan. 1 Gator Bowl.................................... Michigan (7-5) vs. Mississippi State (8-4) 12:30 p.m. ESPN2 Jan. 1 Rose Bowl................................................... TCU (12-0) vs. Wisconsin (11-1)

GB — 1/2

4 p.m. ESPN

Jan. 1 Fiesta Bowl........................................Connecticut (8-4) vs. Oklahoma (11-2) 7:30 p.m. ESPN Jan. 3 Orange Bowl....................................Stanford (11-1) vs. Virginia Tech (11-2) 7:30 p.m. ESPN Jan. 4 Sugar Bowl.........................................Ohio State (11-1) vs. Arkansas (10-2) 7:30 p.m. ESPN Jan. 6 Bowl...............Miami Ohio (9-4) vs. Middle Tennessee (6-6)

7 p.m. ESPN

Jan. 7 Cotton Bowl................................................Texas A&M (9-3) vs. LSU (10-2)

7 p.m. Fox

Jan. 8 BBVA Compass Bowl............................ Pittsburgh (7-5) vs. Kentucky (6-6)

11 a.m. ESPN

Jan. 9 Fight Hunger Bowl..........................Boston College (7-5) vs. Nevada (12-1)

8 p.m. ESPN

Jan. 10 BCS National Championship.....................Auburn 13-0 vs. Oregon (12-0) 7:30 p.m. ESPN

Denver...........................15 Portland.........................12 Minnesota......................6

9 13 19

Pacific Division

W L.A. Lakers....................18 Phoenix..........................11 Golden State.................9 Sacramento...................5 L.A. Clippers..................5

L 7 12 16 17 20

.625 2 .480 5 1/2 .240 11 1/2 Pct GB .720 — .478 6 .360 9 .227 11 1/2 .200 13

Tuesday’s Games Charlotte 97, Toronto 91 Philadelphia 82, New Jersey 77 L.A. Lakers 103, Washington 89 Detroit 103, Atlanta 80 Houston 118, Sacramento 105 Denver 111, Orlando 94 Golden State 108, Minnesota 99 Today’s Games L.A. Lakers at Indiana, 6 p.m. Boston at New York, 6 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Chicago at Toronto, 6 p.m. Cleveland at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Charlotte at Memphis, 7 p.m. Sacramento at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Houston at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Milwaukee at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Minnesota at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Portland at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Thursday’s Games Washington at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Atlanta at Boston, 7 p.m. San Antonio at Denver, 9:30 p.m.

college basketball Top 25 Schedule

Tuesday’s Games Oakland, Mich. 89, No. 7 Tennessee 82 Drexel 52, No. 20 Louisville 46 No. 22 Texas 70, North Florida 48 Wednesday’s Games No. 2 Ohio St. vs. Florida Gulf Coast, 5:30 p.m. No. 9 Baylor vs. Bethune-Cookman, 7 p.m. No. 21 Minnesota vs. Akron, 7:30 p.m. No. 22 UNLV vs. UC Santa Barbara, 9 p.m. Thursday’s Games No. 13 Missouri vs. Oral Roberts, 7 p.m. No. 18 Memphis vs. Austin Peay, 7 p.m.

Mississippi Schedule

Pct GB .826 — .640 4 .375 10 1/2 .360 11 .240 14

Southeast Division

W Miami.............................18 Orlando..........................16 Atlanta...........................16 Charlotte........................9 Washington....................6

Jan. 1 TicketCity Bowl............................. Northwestern (7-5) vs. Texas Tech (7-5)

Tuesday’s Games Mississippi St. 67, Alabama St. 46 Valdosta St. 68, Delta St. 67 Jackson St. 80, Spring Hill 32 Mary Hardin-Baylor 82, Mississippi College 68 Today’s Games Mississippi St. vs. Belhaven, 7 p.m., at Jackson Mississippi Valley St. at Arkansas, 7 p.m. Thursday’s Games Talladega at Jackson St., 7 p.m. Shorter at William Carey, 7 p.m.


ALABAMA ST. (1-8) Adamu 0-2 0-0 0, White 2-8 0-0 4, Sanders 1-4 0-0 2, Middlebrooks 2-7 0-0 6, Washington 4-10 0-0 9, Noel 1-2 0-0 3, Watts 1-2 0-0 3, I. Johnson 2-10 3-3 8, Jefferson 1-1 0-0 2, Davis 2-5 1-2 5, Duncan 2-11 0-2 4. Totals 18-62 4-7 46. MISSISSIPPI ST. (7-2) Augustus 3-6 2-3 9, Bailey 4-8 5-8 13, Smith 2-8 0-0 4, Benock 4-7 0-0 11, Bryant 4-9 2-3 11, Steele 1-6 3-4 5, Beckham 3-5 0-1 6, Parker 0-0 0-0 0, Luczak 0-0 0-0 0, Price 0-0 0-0 0, Lewis 2-5 0-0 4, Bolen 1-1 0-0 2, Riek 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 25-57 12-19 67. Halftime—Alabama St. 28-26. 3-Point Goals—Alabama St. 6-27 (Middlebrooks 2-7, Watts 1-2, Noel 1-2, Washington 1-3, I. Johnson 1-5, Adamu 0-1, Sanders 0-2, White 0-5), Mississippi St. 5-14 (Benock 3-5, Bryant 1-1, Augustus 1-3, Steele 0-2, Smith 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Alabama St. 35 (White 7),

Mississippi St. 47 (Augustus 9). Assists—Alabama St. 7 (White 3), Mississippi St. 11 (Augustus, Smith 3). Total Fouls—Alabama St. 18, Mississippi St. 12. A—2,776.


SPRING HILL (4-4) Brown 1-3 3-6 5, Watkins 2-5 1-2 5, Blake 1-8 3-3 5, Burches 3-11 3-4 9, Gordon 0-3 0-0 0, Dread 0-0 0-0 0, Edwards 1-4 0-0 3, Barlow 0-0 0-0 0, Schwab 0-4 2-2 2, Looney 0-2 0-1 0, Twiggs 1-1 1-2 3, Gardner 0-0 0-1 0, Taylor 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 9-42 13-21 32. JACKSON ST. (3-7) Hanson 4-8 0-0 12, Maxey 3-3 4-4 10, Melvin 1-3 0-0 2, Bush 9-16 1-4 23, Dixon 0-2 5-6 5, Burk 1-2 0-0 2, Blake 2-3 0-0 4, C. Williams 1-5 1-2 3, Lewis 0-1 0-0 0, P. Williams 3-5 0-0 6, Jones 0-2 0-2 0, Sykes 3-6 3-4 9, Hyche 2-8 0-0 4, Pittman 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-64 14-22 80. Halftime—Jackson St. 37-22. 3-Point Goals—Spring Hill 1-13 (Edwards 1-4, Burches 0-2, Watkins 0-2, Blake 0-2, Schwab 0-3), Jackson St. 8-23 (Hanson 4-7, Bush 4-8, Burk 0-1, Lewis 0-1, P. Williams 0-1, C. Williams 0-2, Hyche 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds— Spring Hill 28 (Burches, Edwards, Looney 3), Jackson St. 49 (Dixon 7). Assists—Spring Hill 6 (Edwards, Schwab 2), Jackson St. 17 (Hanson, Melvin 3). Total Fouls—Spring Hill 21, Jackson St. 16. A—1,523.

women’s basketball Top 25 Schedule

Tuesday’s Games No. 2 Baylor 65, No. 6 Tennessee 54 No. 11 Ohio St. 87, S.C.-Upstate 55 Today’s Game No. 15 Florida St. vs. UCF, 5 p.m. Thursday’s Game No. 3 Stanford at No. 22 DePaul, 7 p.m. Friday’s Game No. 5 Xavier vs. Mississippi State, 6 p.m.

LOTTERY Sunday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 9-0-9 La. Pick 4: 6-4-9-9 Monday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 3-8-8 La. Pick 4: 8-2-0-8 Tuesday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 7-7-9 La. Pick 4: 6-3-0-2 Wednesday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 5-5-2 La. Pick 4: 1-3-9-2 Easy 5: 13-15-19-23-26 La. Lotto: 5-10-12-14-17-36 Powerball: 8-11-25-41-58 Powerball: 16; Power play: 4 Thursday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 3-4-7 La. Pick 4: 2-9-7-9 Friday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 8-4-0 La. Pick 4: 5-8-6-5 Saturday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 3-8-6 La. Pick 4: 2-3-4-3 Easy 5: 12-13-22-25-28 La. Lotto: 4-6-7-13-14-31 Powerball: 1-8-10-19-20 Powerball: 23; Power play: 2

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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Vols, Cardinals fall in big upsets By The Associated Press Oakland coach Greg Kampe kept telling his players they were just as good as the ranked opponents they have been playing this season. In their fourth game against a Top 25 team, they finally got their upset. Keith Benson, last season’s Summit League player of the year, had 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Golden Grizzlies to an 89-82 victory over No. 7 Tennessee on Tuesday night. They took lessons from games in which they played Illinois and Purdue, both ranked teams from the Big Ten, close but not for a full 40 minutes. They almost beat then-No. 7 Michigan State, also of the Big Ten, on Saturday but lost by a point after they failed to make free throws down the stretch. “We’re not scared of anybody,” Kampe said. “We weren’t intimidated by the No. 7 team in the country because we had just played Michigan State, and we should have won that game. We had just played Illinois, and we could have won that game. I think those are big and can help us.” Oakland (6-5) put together a tough schedule this season to prepare them to make another run at winning the Summit League and an NCAA tournament appearance. The win over the Vols was just the Grizzlies’ second against a Top 25 opponent in 27 tries since joining Division I in 1998, and they still have a Dec. 23 date with No. 2 Ohio State. It was only the second time Tennessee (7-1) has lost on its home court to a non-conference opponent in coach Bruce Pearl’s six seasons. The loss came one day after the Vols climbed into the Top 10 and grabbed the No. 1 RPI after beating then-No. 3 Pittsburgh. “This was a combination of running into a good basketball team and not being able to handle success despite our best efforts to get our team excited about playing,” Pearl said. Oakland was in a similar situation against Tennessee as it had been against its previous three ranked opponents. The Grizzlies came out shooting well and played the Vols close throughout the first half, with three lead changes and five ties. The Grizzlies were shooting 70.6 percent with seven minutes to go in the first half — thanks in part to Benson’s 20 points — but the Vols used a 14-2 run to counter the shooting and had a 50-39 halftime lead. But instead of falling apart, Oakland dialed things up in the second half with 57.1 percent shooting to the Vols’ 34.4

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percent. The Vols held a 76-68 lead with 7:18 left, then went cold for over five minutes. They tried to regain control with physical play in the paint, but it backfired as they got called for foul after foul while failing to come away with points or rebounds.

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Drexel 52, Louisville 46 Rick Pitino didn’t buy into the hype, even as No. 20 Louisville ripped off eight straight wins to open the season. The coach refused to say whether the Cardinals were “legit” following a victory over UNLV last weekend, believing all the 22nd-ranked Runnin’ Rebels did was expose his team’s weaknesses — even if he refused to say what they were. There’s no need for him to expand now, not after Drexel methodically dismantled the Cardinals, ending Louisville’s unbeaten run at its new downtown arena. The Dragons (7-1) slowed the tempo and made the Cardinals (8-1) work while never


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Tennessee guard Scotty Hopson battles for the ball with Oakland guard Larry Wright during the second half Wednesday. Oakland won 89-82.

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backing down to post their first win over a ranked team in four years. “It’s big for our program, it’s big for our confidence,” Drexel coach Bruiser Flint said. “You can’t come in here and lay down.” Drexel hardly did that, dominating the Cardinals on the glass while maintaining a glacial pace to end Louisville’s best start since 1996.

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