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Page 14 Stone County Enterprise Wednesday, FEBRUARY 12, 2003 www.stonecount Call TOLL-FREE: 1-888-227-7669 (1-888-AARP-NOW) www.aarp.org/SSalive , Here&apos;s a bonus clue to B rd of Aide oa rmen which is located elsewtlere in this issue 3 Across: dircction Meridian to Ba\\; ST. l_ouis Alexander Hardware [ MOBILE PAINTS VISA Owners: John, Gabrielle, and Grace Alexander Open until 5:30 on Wed. & 5:00 on Sat. 206 N. Magnolia Drive Wiggins 928-4682 approve .pay r-a!ses Nancy Bosarge Freelance Writer Special to the Enterprise The Wiggins City Board of AlderMen met Tuesday. February 4. On the Agenda was an approval to purchase emer- gency replacement pump at Big Lift Station. tile Arbor Day proclamation, the Mardi Gra Parade, Stone Elementary School PTA Fun Walk, City Clerk to attend Conference. Othe items discussed were a pay raise lot Wiggins Police Chief. a Radio/Cell phone for the Fire Department, a pay increase for the city attorney, A STATE FARM IRA BY APRIL 15TH. CALL IT A TAX TIP FROM A GOOD NEIGHBOR. 5TATI FARM prosecuting attorney, and city judge: attorneys to do bond for grant, ticketing for littering in the city of Wiggins, attendance to a Terrorism Conference, need of an administrative assistant. burning ordinance, and rural development conference. The emergency purchase of a replacement pump for the sewer Big Lift Station on 01-1%03 was approved. The purchase price was $3,887.00 from Delta Process Equipment. The motor and housing had to be totally replaced. An Arbor Day Proclamation was approved to be printed in the Stone County Enterprise. The annual Mardi Gra Parade was approved for March 1, 2003 at 4:00 pm. The motion to approve the Stone Elementary PTA "'Fun Walk" was tabled until the Board can find out more of the details. It was approved for the City Clerk to attend the MS Municipal Clerks and Collectors Association 33rd Annual Conference, March 19-21, 2003 in Tupelo, MS. A 5% pay raise was approved for Wiggins Police Chief Lowe with Alderman Donna Rouse voting nay. Chief Lowe had a year anniversary as Chief of Wiggins Police on February 5, The board accepted the resigna- tion of Wiggins Police Officer Padre Everett. The testing of a Radio/Cell Phone for two weeks for the Fire Department was approved. In some parts of the County the existing radio can't reach dis- patch. The cell phone will also be used so private information February 14 & 15 I $29.99 Kyocera IX phone after rebate* . FREE leather case & car adapter with new activation (Hurry in! offer expires 2/15/03) Unlimited Anytime Minutes from the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Memphis Ask about Free Incoming Calls Enjoy Free refreshments & Register for door prizes! , NOW TAKING PAYMENTS New activation required. $29.99 Kyocera IX after $20 rebate. Limited time offer. 1'O THE CELL Inside Radio Shack, Wiggins 928-9008 Certain restrictions anctJor tees may apply @2003 Tetepak. Inc All Rights Reserved. will not go out over the scanner. A pay increase to $750.00 a month for the City Attorney. Prosecuting Attorney. and the City Judge was approved with Aldermen Donna Rouse and Darrell Ben-,, voting nay. The use of the Blackwell and White law finn was approved for bond counseling if the USDA grant/loan for Rural Development is approved. The need for ticketing people for littering in Wiggins was dis- cussed. Wiggins Police Chief Lowe and Fire Chief Tice or two sub- stitutes were approved to go the Conference on Terrorism spon- sored by the FBI and being held at the Orange Grove Community Center in Gulfport on February 10 & I1. and to go to the Governor's ContL-rence on Homehmd Security in Philadelphia, MS on March 17- 20. The Fire Department can look for a replacement tk)r fire fighter Dale Taylor who is being deployed. The Planning Commissioner asked for someone to help with administrative work. No deci- sion was made on it. The Phmning Commissioner and Fire Chief are working on a burn control ordinance for the city of Wiggins. The Planning Commissioner told the Board that someone was proposing to buy the land on both sides of Wal-Mart and if they did they would propose to start construction of a strip mall. Aldermen Ronnie Purvis and. Raymond Collins were approved to go to Hattiesburg on February 18 &19 for a confer- ence on rural development called Mississippi on the Move. Take the AARP 55 ALIVE Driver Safety Program The nation's first tnd largest classroon refresher for motorists oge 50 and older. Leatll how 1:0 avoid drivin haz,- rds Miriral cotir%,e f(--e " NO testM ,"- Auto ictsura{ce dis(our;Is it't rrost states--consult your insurance agent SS ,'.LIV E Dr/vet Safety Program Qualification deadline is March 1, 2003. First party primary - August 5, 2003. The second primary (run-ofJ) - August 26. General election - November 4. CANDIDATE QUALIFYING LIST CIRCUIT CLERK Kenny Hatten Dc BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Jill Davis Waiters Re BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Pam Fairley Robert H. Williams BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Brian Ladnier D{ BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Grover C. Naramore J. D. Lott Re Jeff Overstreet Wendell Patton Sr. D{ Charles J. (Jqey) Rouse Jeffrey (Lynn) Eley Clark Bond BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Duncan Hatten Dale T. Bond SHERIFF E. S. "'Steve" Compston Mike Ballard Richard K. Dearman David R. Hamann Kelly "Mon'" Arrington CHANCERY CLERK Gerald W. Bond Scott Strickland TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR Charles E. Williams. Jr SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION James W. Morrison CORONER Michael Jay Lott CONSTABLE EAST W. A. "'Andy'" Lott Ben Hunt Lester Blackmore. Sr. Cliff Lockhart CONSTABLE WEST Ricky Farmer Roger D. Freeman Kevin Stubbs D Donnie Bolling JUSTICE COURT JUDGE EAST J. D. Hall Randall Anderson D JUSTICE COURT JUDGE WEST Vernell "'Andy" Anderson Tommy Boiling Mitchell L. Smith K CONNECT UP TO 4 A one-time $49.99 Activation Fee. A $49.99 credit on your first bill. FREE Standard Professional Install&tion. 14 Variety Channels 8 9 Family Channels 6 Leaming _4 Channels 4 Music Chanr Sports _ ,,, ,,,any o, ,_____ Su to the Digital Home Plan with Amed's T=P for only $29.g/mo., for a 1 receive plan. American Rural Cable Hwy 49 N Gulfport, MS 228-831-0086 or 800-832-3316 NET Requires Social Security Number, credit approval. valid major credit card and 12-month commitment. Penalties apply for early termination. Offer ens 7 31 03 FO hey, tsmme DSH Nelwc, r resKentta customers oly taxes may apply Price guaeane+  a,les tO America s Top 50 progrrnm*ng oy R.'ever and !n-Home Se'.'e Service Plan fee er rera tees and p:(amm r',) ae la Sepatalel/ All DSH Ne toCJrmmir 3 ad an Recnpat Cuslce Agreemen ncn s avaabe at tw clne'eor corn o ulxn request Sgnff<.am ;estr) DISH NetwOrk haclware bhty and tot at others See or DSH Network product Ideratutot the DISH Network wette at ton he apples for ly termination 0f se/ices coltlct. ,C'tl Scuty Nnrs ace belong 1c he re4:,ee owners Page 14 Stone County Enterprise Wednesday, FEBRUARY 12, 2003 www.stonecount Call TOLL-FREE: 1-888-227-7669 (1-888-AARP-NOW) www.aarp.org/SSalive , Here's a bonus clue to B rd of Aide oa rmen which is located elsewtlere in this issue 3 Across: dircction Meridian to Ba\\; ST. l_ouis Alexander Hardware [ MOBILE PAINTS VISA Owners: John, Gabrielle, and Grace Alexander Open until 5:30 on Wed. & 5:00 on Sat. 206 N. Magnolia Drive Wiggins 928-4682 approve .pay r-a!ses Nancy Bosarge Freelance Writer Special to the Enterprise The Wiggins City Board of AlderMen met Tuesday. February 4. On the Agenda was an approval to purchase emer- gency replacement pump at Big Lift Station. tile Arbor Day proclamation, the Mardi Gra Parade, Stone Elementary School PTA Fun Walk, City Clerk to attend Conference. Othe items discussed were a pay raise lot Wiggins Police Chief. a Radio/Cell phone for the Fire Department, a pay increase for the city attorney, A STATE FARM IRA BY APRIL 15TH. CALL IT A TAX TIP FROM A GOOD NEIGHBOR. 5TATI FARM prosecuting attorney, and city judge: attorneys to do bond for grant, ticketing for littering in the city of Wiggins, attendance to a Terrorism Conference, need of an administrative assistant. burning ordinance, and rural development conference. The emergency purchase of a replacement pump for the sewer Big Lift Station on 01-1%03 was approved. The purchase price was $3,887.00 from Delta Process Equipment. The motor and housing had to be totally replaced. An Arbor Day Proclamation was approved to be printed in the Stone County Enterprise. The annual Mardi Gra Parade was approved for March 1, 2003 at 4:00 pm. The motion to approve the Stone Elementary PTA "'Fun Walk" was tabled until the Board can find out more of the details. It was approved for the City Clerk to attend the MS Municipal Clerks and Collectors Association 33rd Annual Conference, March 19-21, 2003 in Tupelo, MS. A 5% pay raise was approved for Wiggins Police Chief Lowe with Alderman Donna Rouse voting nay. Chief Lowe had a year anniversary as Chief of Wiggins Police on February 5, The board accepted the resigna- tion of Wiggins Police Officer Padre Everett. The testing of a Radio/Cell Phone for two weeks for the Fire Department was approved. In some parts of the County the existing radio can't reach dis- patch. The cell phone will also be used so private information February 14 & 15 I $29.99 Kyocera IX phone after rebate* . FREE leather case & car adapter with new activation (Hurry in! offer expires 2/15/03) Unlimited Anytime Minutes from the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Memphis Ask about Free Incoming Calls Enjoy Free refreshments & Register for door prizes! , NOW TAKING PAYMENTS New activation required. $29.99 Kyocera IX after $20 rebate. Limited time offer. 1'O THE CELL Inside Radio Shack, Wiggins 928-9008 Certain restrictions anctJor tees may apply @2003 Tetepak. Inc All Rights Reserved. will not go out over the scanner. A pay increase to $750.00 a month for the City Attorney. Prosecuting Attorney. and the City Judge was approved with Aldermen Donna Rouse and Darrell Ben-,, voting nay. The use of the Blackwell and White law finn was approved for bond counseling if the USDA grant/loan for Rural Development is approved. The need for ticketing people for littering in Wiggins was dis- cussed. Wiggins Police Chief Lowe and Fire Chief Tice or two sub- stitutes were approved to go the Conference on Terrorism spon- sored by the FBI and being held at the Orange Grove Community Center in Gulfport on February 10 & I1. and to go to the Governor's ContL-rence on Homehmd Security in Philadelphia, MS on March 17- 20. The Fire Department can look for a replacement tk)r fire fighter Dale Taylor who is being deployed. The Planning Commissioner asked for someone to help with administrative work. No deci- sion was made on it. The Phmning Commissioner and Fire Chief are working on a burn control ordinance for the city of Wiggins. The Planning Commissioner told the Board that someone was proposing to buy the land on both sides of Wal-Mart and if they did they would propose to start construction of a strip mall. Aldermen Ronnie Purvis and. Raymond Collins were approved to go to Hattiesburg on February 18 &19 for a confer- ence on rural development called Mississippi on the Move. Take the AARP 55 ALIVE Driver Safety Program The nation's first tnd larges t classroon refresher for motorists oge 50 and older. Leatll how 1:0 avoid drivin haz,- rds Miriral cotir%,e f(--e " NO testM ,"- Auto ictsura{ce dis(our;Is it't rrost states--consult your insurance agent SS ,'.LIV E Dr/vet Safety Program Qualification deadline is March 1, 2003. First party primary - August 5, 2003. The second primary (run-ofJ) - August 26. General election - November 4. CANDIDATE QUALIFYING LIST CIRCUIT CLERK Kenny Hatten Dc BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Jill Davis Waiters Re BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Pam Fairley Robert H. Williams BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Brian Ladnier D{ BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Grover C. Naramore J. D. Lott Re Jeff Overstreet Wendell Patton Sr. D{ Charles J. (Jqey) Rouse Jeffrey (Lynn) Eley Clark Bond BOARD OF SUPERVISOR DISTRICT Duncan Hatten Dale T. Bond SHERIFF E. S. "'Steve" Compston Mike Ballard Richard K. Dearman David R. Hamann Kelly "Mon'" Arrington CHANCERY CLERK Gerald W. Bond Scott Strickland TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR Charles E. Williams. Jr SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION James W. Morrison CORONER Michael Jay Lott CONSTABLE EAST W. A. "'Andy'" Lott Ben Hunt Lester Blackmore. Sr. Cliff Lockhart CONSTABLE WEST Ricky Farmer Roger D. Freeman Kevin Stubbs D Donnie Bolling JUSTICE COURT JUDGE EAST J. D. Hall Randall Anderson D JUSTICE COURT JUDGE WEST Vernell "'Andy" Anderson Tommy Boiling Mitchell L. Smith K CONNECT UP TO 4 A one-time $49.99 Activation Fee. A $49.99 credit on your first bill. FREE Standard Professional Install&tion. 14 Variety Channels 8 9 Family Channels 6 Leaming _4 Channels 4 Music Chanr Sports _ ,,, ,,,any o, ,_____ Su to the Digital Home Plan with Amed's T=P for only $29.g/mo., for a 1 receive plan. American Rural Cable Hwy 49 N Gulfport, MS 228-831-0086 or 800-832-3316 NET Requires Social Security Number, credit approval. valid major credit card and 12-month commitment. Penalties apply for early termination. Offer ens 7 31 03 FO hey, tsmme DSH Nelwc, r resKentta customers oly taxes may apply Price guaeane+  a,les tO America s Top 50 progrrnm*ng oy R.'ever and !n-Home Se'.'e Service Plan fee er rera tees and p:(amm r',) ae la Sepatalel/ All DSH Ne toCJrmmir 3 ad an Recnpat Cuslce Agreemen ncn s avaabe at tw clne'eor corn o ulxn request Sgnff<.am ;estr) DISH NetwOrk haclware bhty and tot at others See or DSH Network product Ideratutot the DISH Network wette at ton he apples for ly termination 0f se/ices coltlct. ,C'tl Scuty Nnrs ace belong 1c he re4:,ee owners