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10 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 601-528-6060. 1200 Woodland Dr,, Wiggins i- -., ,,.,....- .. ,.,., .., .,,., ,,,., _, _. m  I LOCAL I October 10, 2012 George County youth missing Staff Report mation on missing 17 year old Katelyn Kilbourne to please call immediately. Kilbourne has been missing since approxi- GEORGE COUNTY- the George County Sheriff Office is asking anyone with any infor- REEV mately 9 a.m. Thursday. Kilbourne's mother, Melanie Burke, said she went to check on her daughter Thursday morning and she was not in her room. Katelyn "Katie" was gone. She had not taken her cell phone or purse. Burke couldn't deter- mine if clothes were taken. She also doesn't know what her daughter would be wearing. "Friends and relatives of Katelyn have been interviewed, but no one knows her whereabouts and no one has heard from her," Detective Ben Brown said. A GCSD spokesperson said detectives and deputies are searching every area of the cognty where she could be,:but so far, nothing. ": ' The GCSO has askS" U anyone with any in(r- mation on Katelyn :.. Kilbourne to call 6ol- 947-4811 during normal business hours. After 5 p.m. please call 911 immediately. Katelyn, age 17, is I 5'6" tall, about 115 1 pounds, with blond hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen at her resi' dence in the Agricola Community of George County. continued from front page 2236 HWF. 49, Brooklyn (Hattiesburg), MS 39425 Saturday, October 20 loam Featuring: Trucks, Trailers, Construction Equipment, Form Equipment, Related Items, Plus Much, Much More! Will Be Sold ABSOLUTE! He spoke on accom- plishments of the 2o12 session of the Mississippi Legislature, including work to improve education in the state, boost the economy and increase the quality of life for Mississippians. z t , Then, Reeves took questions from those assembled. Jay Paul Gumm, EDP executive director, expressed the organiza- tion's gratitude to Senator Smith for arranging the visit and the lieutenant governor FEMA loans and offer assis- tance filing disaster loan applications. To locate a center or learn more about SBA disaster loans, call 1- 800-659-2955, (TIT) 1- 800-877-8339 for the deaf and hard of hearing or send an email to dis- astercustomerservice @s CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF AT MISSISSII'P! GLJI.F C()AST C(.. MMUNITY (;()I.I.[:(,E Former MGCCC Phi Theta Kappa members are cordially invited to a Homecoming Breakfast Reception October 27, 2012 8 a.m.- 9 a.m. Liaison Perkinston Campus RSVP to or call 601.528.8900 for stopping in Stone County. "This kind of opportu- nity for local residents to visit face-to-face with one of the state's .highest ranking officials is important," he said, "It gives residents a means to speak unfiltered to All MEMA/FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers will close for good at 6 p.m. Friday. The following centers will close Friday: Hancock County Resource Center, 454 Highway 90, Waveland, MS 39576. Harrison County, County Farm Road 361 Shelter, 15035 County Farm Road, Gulfport, MS 39503. Jackson County Fairgrounds, 4761 Vega Street, Pascagoula, MS 39567. Pearl River County, Mississippi National Guard Armory, 1251-B Highway 11 South, the elected official to express critical concerns of a community. "We are grateful both to Lt. Gov. Reeves and Senator Smith for their interest in the concerns of Stone County resi- dents." continued from front page Picayune, MS 39466. FEMA also announced that victims of Isaac who had let flood insur- ance lapse may still be able to receive federal disaster assistance. Survivors who received their policies through a FEMA grant but let their policies lapse are ineligi- ble for federal disaster loans or grants to be used for home repairs. However, FEMA is reaching out to them because they are eligible for grants that would pay for a temporary place to stay if their pri- mary residence is unin- habitable as a result of the storm. Open on Sundays to the public Come enjoy Sunday Brunch featuring an Omelet Station and fine southern cooking for 7.45 per person! Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Perkinston Campus Cafeteria Bonded & Insured Mosquito Control Some insurance poli- cies are issued under a FEMA Group Flood Insurance Policy, which are funded by a portion of a survivor's FEMA grant money. Once policies expire after three years, renters and homeowners are required to purchase and maintain flood insurance policies from the National Flood Insurance Program to continue their insurance protection. Only survivors who have maintained their NFIP policies can be considered for home repair disaster grant s or loans if the property had damages during Hurricane Isaac. However, all survivors are eligible to be consid- ered for grants that would pay for temporary housing assistance. Survivors with unin- sured or underinsured damages can register online at www.disas- or via smartphone at They may also call 1-8oo-621-3362 or (TIT) 1-8oo-462- 7585. Those who use 711 Relay or Video Relay Services may call 1-8oo- 621-3362. The toll-free telephone numbers are open from 7 a.m. to lO p.m. seven days a week. Industrial 601-528-5520 I want to subscribe to the Stone County Enterprise '37. 0o per year '42. 00 per year Outside Stone CountyJ Outside State *25. 00 per year Ins de Stone CountyJ r IName iAddress State Zip City Phone Fill out and mail to P. O. Box 157, Wiggins, MS 39577 or bring by the office at 143 S. First Street (601) 928-4802