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t July 28, 2010 ! LOCAL I www, STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 7 Deadline is Fridays at 3:00 p.m. I crime Stone County. citizens are George County residents coming together to help fleeing the law. prevent crime. Stone According to the national County Economic organization, National Development Partnership Night Out Against Crime (SCEDP), the Wiggins has proven to be an effec- Police and Stone Count), tive, inexpensive and Sheriffs Depa ment is enjoyable program to pro- once again sponsoring a mote neighborhood spirit local event in connection and police-community with the National Night partnerships in our fight Out Against Crime. for a safer nation. "People need to find out The Stone County who their neighbors are," Economic Development said Stone County" Sheriff Partnership is a non-profit Mike Farmer of the annual entity formed to promote event. 'I e more we get economic development in together, the more we can Stone County; to develop, know what's going on." promote and expand exist- On Tuesday, August 3rd ing businesses and indus- residents are invited to tales in Stone County; to gather at Blaylock Park promote tourism and to 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. There support the development will be free food, games, of infrastructure and serv- and live nmsic. Children ices to accommodate a can participate in a Kids growing economy and Crime Stoppers Parade at community. 7:15 p.m., and adults might want to try navigating a "DUI course" that simu- lates the experience of drMng while under the influence. Those gathered will also have a chance to remember all of the law enforcement personnel who have died on duty*. "Iqais year's remembrance takes onan-: :, especially poignant note vith the recent death of George Count), Sheriff Garry Welford, who was struck and killed ,July 21 by a truck carrying two ZOO '" Christy Piercy of Lumberton helps her son Damen Piercy with a coloring project William Carey University wonders of the animal education student Christy world and ways to help the Pierc3z of Lumberton helps planet with games, field her son Damen Piercy with trips into the zoo, art proj- a coloring project about ects, and hands-on meet: butterflies during Sunnner ings with animals. Dr. Camp at the Kamper Park Thomas Ranch, associate Zoo. Carey education stu- professor and chair of biol- dents assisted Kamper ogy, supervised the class. Park Zoo staff in conduct- Each education student ing their annual week long received a teaching biology Summer Camp for children methods credit which will ages 5 to lO years old. lead towards their science Campers explored the certification. & Si r F - ,avaganza Scrap Sterling, Coin CoUecttons P!at am and Diamc ds Make House Cal tamlu, Jesse Stone: No A battle ensues among two gov, Remorse eminent spy teams in an under- Not Rated, (Mystery) ground facility after their boss is Starring, Tom SetieU.~ and assassinated. Kathy Backer, No preview avataNe. Don't look Up Clash of the Titans (R, Horror) (PG-13 Adventure/Action) With an all-star cast, DON'T n "Clash of the Titans," the ulti- LOOK UP felts the story of mate struggle for power pits Marcus Reed as he sets out to men against kings and kings make a cursed horror film in against gods, But the war Transylvania. But while on set, between the gods themsetves a supernatural force rips open a could destroy the world, window of terror summoning a Accidents Happen wrath of evil (R- Comedy Drama) Repo Men There are dysfunctional families (Not Rated, Action]Science and then there are the Fiction) Conways. After a family tragedy, Humans have extended and 15-year-old Billy Conway has improved our lives through high- become the de facto glue ly sophisticated and expensive his bitter morn, distant mechanical organs created by a brother and stoic dad, But when company called The Union. The Billy stars to act out, everything dark side of these medical changes for him and his family, breakthroughs is that if you Operation: Endgame don't pay your bill, Action/Comedy) Call to reserve your copy of the newest releases/ now In an effort to improve customer sezMce within the Mississippi Highway Patrol's Driver Services' offices, the Mississippi Depa ment of Public Safety wottld like to announce all drivers' manuals will now be avail- able on-line The automobile, motorcy- cle, and commercial vehi- cle drivers' manuals used to learn the rules of the road in order to pass the written and dri dng tests will now be easier to find and save Mississippians time. All MHP Driver Services offices across the state will still have the paperback copies available for $2, but now, anyone with access to the internet can either print or download a copy at no charge. "Mississippians now can avoid trips to Driver Services' offices simply to pick up a manu- al. If they can download or print a copy from our web- site, the first time we need to see them is for the writ- ten exam," said Major ,Jason Jennings, MHP Driver SelMces Director. This is the third such change Commissioner Simpson has made to Driver's SelMees since his appointment in May, 2oo8. In addition to plac- ing the drivers' manuals online, Commissioner Simpson doubled the number of driver's license examiner's stations from 50 to loo; and he has also unveiled the driver's license kiosk machine. The initial seven kiosks rolled out last December. To print or download a copy of the Mississippi drivers' manuals log on to and look for driver's license manuals in the left hand column. Renee Ladner and Teresa Lott flew on an Iolani Airs Big Island volcano and waterfall tour in Hawaii. The tour was part of a three island (Oahu, Maul, Big Island) birthday vacation given to Renee by her brother, Lynn, sister-in-law, Teresa, and son, Ladd. They took the Stone County Enterprise on their aerial tour. 628C Hall St, Wiggins Don't forget the candy, popcorn and ice cream, to go with your movie, If you or anyone you know has experienced damages due to the oil spill, including the loss of a job or wages, don't wait. Pick up the phone or use the internet to get a claim number. People are waiting to help guide you through the process to help make things right tbr your home, our coast and you Make your claim today. CALL TO MAKE A CLAIM: 1-800-440-0858 LLAME PARA HACER P UNA RECLAMACION: 1-800-440-0858 YI U THU'( NG: 1-800,440-0858 OR GO ONLINE: "Ibis public service message brou~tt to ~ou by BR