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Wednesday | May 15, 2019

Officer injured in weekend chase and fight


Hamilton man pulled knife on law enforcement, arrested donia, ending
when the sus-
pects stopped
By ISABELLE ALTMAN assault on a police officer and Authorities said Luckey was
ialtman@cdispatch.com on Lawrence
two counts of simple assault on a taken to Baptist Memorial Hospi-
Bridge Road in
police officer, according to an ar- tal-Golden Triangle with bruised
A Hamilton man was arrested Monroe Coun-
rest affidavit from Monroe Coun- ribs and was released without ty.
and a Columbus police officer
who also works part-time for the ty Justice Court. The affidavit serious injury. CPD Chief Fred According
Caledonia Marshal’s Office was says Pritchett pulled a knife on Shelton confirmed he is back at to the affidavit,
injured after a chase from Lown- Lance Luckey, a CPD patrol offi- work. Pritchett hit Luckey G. Pritchett L. Pritchett
des to Monroe County ended in cer working for Caledonia during Caledonia marshals said multiple other
a fight between officers and sus- Saturday’s altercation. He also hit the chase began when depu- officers during the altercation. of simple assault on a police offi-
pects Saturday. two county deputies as officers ties responded to a disturbance Also arrested was Lori Pritch- cer, and three other suspects in
Graham Pritchett, 26, has tried to arrest him and the four call on Wood Road in Lowndes ett, 50, a relative of Graham the vehicle who were all charged
been charged with aggravated other suspects in the vehicle. County and went through Cale- Pritchett who is facing charges with misdemeanors.

Students ‘Shoes that I hope no other person


back at AMS would ever have to walk in’
after Tuesday
gas leak
Peasant: ‘We operated
as efficiently as we
could with these
circumstances’
BY MARY POLLITZ
mpollitz@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE —
Armstrong Middle
School students are
back at school today
after a Tuesday gas
leak forced officials
to evacuate the cam-
pus. Peasant
Atmos Energy
workers identified a “small gas
leak” outside the band hall Tues-
day morning, and the evacuation of
roughly 1,200 students, grades 6-8,
began about 11:30 a.m., with bus-
es taking them to the high school
football field by a little after noon.
There, a crowd of parents wait-
ed to check out and pick up their
See Gas leak, 3A

Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff


Youlander Jackson, mother of former Hattiesburg Police Department officer Liquori Tate, holds a cross during a Tuesday po-
lice officer memorial service at the Starkville Police Department. Police Chief Frank Nichols presented the cross to Jackson in
Hawkins: America recognition of Tate’s, a Starkville native, service.

is most addicted SPD honors area’s fallen officers in


society in the world National Police Week memorial service
By ISABELLE ALTMAN
ialtman@cdispatch.com By Alex Holloway mother, a cross in recognition of Tate’s Alonte Tate, Liquori Tate’s sister,
aholloway@cdispatch.com service. said the family has also received sup-
About 128 people
Jackson, who works with the port since the incident from people who
per-day die from opi- It’s been a few days more than four
oid overdoses around Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated are far away from Starkville or Hatties-
years since Liquori Tate was fatally
the country, with School District, said she’s been incred- burg. She said it helps to know that
shot in Hattiesburg.
2016 and 2017 see- ibly thankful for the support the police people in other areas of the state and
Tate, a Starkville native and Hat-
ing more overdose tiesburg Police Department officer, department has shown since Tate’s country remember Tate for his service.
deaths than deaths and fellow officer Benjamin Deen were passing. But she said the support has “I’m thankful for the support of the
from both car acci- killed on May 9, 2015. Tate was 25 at extended beyond the police depart- community but support of people who
Hawkins ment. are far away who send a word or a text,
dents and gun vio- the time. Deen was 34.
lence. On Tuesday, Starkville Police De- “Surrounding communities, fam- or who have done a thing in their own
That’s according to Mississippi partment held a memorial service to ilies, friends,” she said. “They’ve ex- hometown,” she said. “We really ap-
Bureau of Narcotics Lt. Eddie Haw- recognize police officers from the tended a great deal of support toward preciate that someone would take time
kins, who spoke about the nation’s area who have died in the line of duty. us, whether it’s a word or a hug — just out of their busy schedule to honor our
opioid epidemic and other drug During the service, Police Chief Frank whatever we needed, they’ve been loved ones — even far away.”
See Hawkins, 7A Nichols gave Youlander Jackson, Tate’s there.” See Memorial service, 7A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public


1 What is the name of the dot on a Friday meetings
lowercase i — jot, stipple or tittle? May 16: Co-
■ Book signing: Mississippi State alumna R.C. (Ruth)
2 What soap brand is known for the lumbus Light
White signs her new book “Ten Million Kisses” from 11
inspired and sometimes obscure mes- and Water utility
sages printed all over its bottles? a.m.-1 p.m. at Barnes & Noble on the MSU campus.
meeting, 12
3 What modern sport’s ancestors are
“town ball” and “rounders”?
4 What animal nursed Romulus and
Saturday p.m., CLW office
building
Leah Grace Jeremiah ■ The Big Payback: This benefit for Zachary’s staff
Remus, the legendary founders of May 20: Colum-
Fifth grade, Annunciation as the restaurant rebuilds following a fire is 1-7 p.m.
Rome? bus-Lowndes

82 Low 63
5 What 1997 film features unem- at Trotter Convention Center in downtown Columbus.
Enjoy live music, auction and food. $20 donation at Convention and
High ployed steelworkers who become
strippers and call themselves Hot the door. For sponsorship info, contact Colin Krieger, Visitors Bureau
Mostly sunny, chance p.m. t-storm
Metals? 662-329-7653. To donate auction items, call 662-251- Board regular
Full forecast on Answers, 8B 5959. meeting, 4 p.m.,
page 2A.
CVB office
Saturdays, May 18, 25 May 21: Colum-
Inside ■ Oktibbeha plant sale: Oktibbeha County Master bus City Council
Gardeners hold an annual plant sale from 7:30- regular meeting,
Classifieds 7B Food 5B
Comics 4B NATS 5A 10:30 a.m. at the Starkville Community Market at the Tyronda McCollum enjoys 5 p.m., Munic-
Crossword 8B Obituaries 4A intersection of Lampkin and Russell Streets. Proceeds shopping and spending ipal Complex
140th Year, No. 56 Dear Abby 4B Opinions 6A support horticulture scholarships to MSU. time with her family. Courtroom

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Wednesday
Did you hear?
Activist who was first black
woman mayor in Mississippi dies
Unita Blackwell, to register to vote that year,

Alabama ban on nearly all


but were rejected because
86, died Monday of a test rigged for them to
fail.
at Ocean Springs In a 1986 interview for

Hospital
By EMILY
the civil rights documen-
tary “Eyes on the Prize,”
Blackwell recalled trying to
abortions in governor’s hands
secure voting rights for Af-
WAGSTER PETTUS
The Associated Press
rican Americans who made Ban would make performing an abortion a felony at “The state of Alabama ought to
be ashamed of herself. You ought to
up a majority of the Delta’s
JACKSON — An outspo-
population but held none of any stage of pregnancy with almost no exceptions be ashamed. Go look in the mirror,”
Sen. Bobby Singleton said “Women
the political power.
ken civil rights activist who By KIM CHANDLER Tuesday’s vote that “the governor in this state didn’t deserve this.
“I was only told when The Associated Press
was born to sharecroppers intends to withhold comment until This is all about political grand-
I started off that if I regis-
in the segregated American she has had a chance to thoroughly standing.”
tered to vote that I would MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Ala-
South and rose to become review the final version of the bill The bill would make perform-
have food to eat and a better bama legislators have given final
the first African American house to stay in, ‘cause the that passed.” ing an abortion a felony punishable
woman to win a mayor’s approval to a ban on nearly all abor-
one I was staying in was so In Alabama and other conserva- by up to 99 years or life in prison
race in Mississippi has died. tions, and if the Republican gover-
raggedy you could see any- tive states, anti-abortion politicians for the abortion provider. The only
Unita Blackwell was 86. nor signs the measure, the state
where and look outdoors. and activists emboldened by the exception would be when the wom-
will have the strictest abortion law
She died Monday at Ocean That I would have, my child addition of conservative justices an’s health is at serious risk. Under
in the country.
Springs Hospital, according would have a better educa- to the U.S. Supreme Court hope the bill, women seeking or under-
The legislation would make per-
to Cynthia Goodloe Palmer, tion,” she said. to ignite legal fights and eventually going abortions wouldn’t be pun-
forming an abortion a felony at any
executive director of Mis- “And at that particular overturn the landmark 1973 deci- ished.
stage of pregnancy with almost no
sissippi Veterans of the Civ- point, our children only sion Roe v. Wade, putting an end to Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio and
exceptions. The passage Tuesday
il Rights Movement, who went to school two to three by a wide margin in the GOP-led the constitutional right to abortion. Georgia have approved bans on
received the details from months out of the year. ... Senate shifts the spotlight to Gov. “Roe v. Wade has ended the lives abortion once a fetal heartbeat is
Blackwell’s son, Jeremiah And for the whites, they un- Kay Ivey, a fixture in Alabama pol- of millions of children,” Alabama detected, which can occur in about
Blackwell Jr. derstood it even larger than itics who’s long identified as an- Republican Sen. Clyde Chambliss the sixth week of pregnancy. The
Unita Blackwell was that in terms of political ti-abortion. said in a statement. “While we can- Alabama bill goes further by seek-
born in the impoverished power, and we hadn’t even Ivey has not said whether she’ll not undo the damage that decades ing to outlaw abortion outright.
Mississippi Delta during heard that word, political sign the bill. Sponsor Rep. Terri of legal precedence under Roe have Alabama senators rejected an at-
the Great Depression. She power, because it wasn’t Collins says she expects the gov- caused, this bill has the opportunity tempt to add an exception for rape
grew up in Mississippi and even taught in the black ernor to support the ban. And to save the lives of millions of un- and incest. The amendment was
Arkansas, and had to leave schools.” the lopsided vote suggests a veto born children.” voted down 21-11, with four Repub-
school when she was 12 to Along with fellow ac- could be easily overcome. But an Democrats didn’t shy away from licans joining Democrats in seeking
work as a farm laborer. tivist Fannie Lou Hamer, Ivey spokeswoman said before blasting their GOP counterparts. the amendment.
Blackwell became active Blackwell was part of the
in the civil rights move- integrated Mississippi
ment in the Delta in 1964 Freedom Democratic Party
as a field secretary for the delegation that challenged
Student Nonviolent Coor- seating of the state’s all-
dinating Committee. She
and other black residents
of Issaquena County tried
white delegation at the
1964 Democratic National
Convention.
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AP Congressional Correspondent
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San Francisco bans police use of face recognition tech


By JANIE HAR to establish use policies part of that is building
The Associated Press and obtain board approval trust with the community
for surveillance technolo- based on good communi-
SAN FRANCISCO —
gy they want to purchase ty information, not on Big
San Francisco supervisors
or are using at present. Brother technology,” said
voted Tuesday to ban the
Several other local gov- Supervisor Aaron Peskin,
use of facial recognition
software by police and oth- ernments require depart- who championed the leg-
er city departments, be- ments to disclose and seek islation.
coming the first U.S. city approval for surveillance The ban applies to San
to outlaw a rapidly devel- technology. Francisco police and other
oping technology that has “This is really about municipal departments. It
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Minor
Major
5:17p
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Minor 4:48a 5:26a
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Medicaid reform: Will GOP embrace Judge rejects Mississippi


expansion by another name? effort to quash mental
‘Our objective is to get as many people covered as sion, and Gov. Phil Bryant’s admin-
istration has pushed able-bodied
health lawsuit
we can legitimately get covered, and to make sure adults who benefit from other so-
cial programs to work or enroll in
The federal government sued
hospitals and doctors get reimbursed fairly’ school. the state in 2016 for relying
Mississippi Hospital Association President and CEO Tim Moore The hospitals’ proposal is tai-
lored to get around both those ob-
jections. Moore said the associa-
too much on sending people to
By JEFF AMY association’s president and CEO.
The Associated Press He said hospitals are struggling tion estimates the total cost would psychiatric hospitals and other
with patients who can’t pay bills. be $1.5 billion, with more than $1.3
JACKSON — Call it Medicaid re- Mississippi has seen five hospi- billion coming from the federal institutions for treatment
form, not Medicaid expansion. tals close since 2013. Another four government and the remaining
That’s part of the Mississippi $150 million coming from policy By JEFF AMY
declared bankruptcy last year, al- The Associated Press
Hospital Association’s latest effort though all remain open. Consulting payers and hospitals. Moore said if
to get Republicans to accept feder- firm Navigant earlier this year sug- 300,000 people paid $20 a month,
JACKSON — A federal judge is rejecting at-
al money and provide health insur- gested 31 of Mississippi’s 64 rural that would generate up to $72 mil-
tempts by Mississippi officials to throw out a
ance to now-uninsured adults. hospitals were at risk of closing, lion a year. However, he also said
federal government lawsuit challenging how the
The association on Monday un- based on poor financial data. people in deep poverty would prob- state runs its mental health system.
veiled a plan it calls Mississippi The authors of President Barack ably be required to pay less. Moore U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves on Monday
Cares. By combining payments Obama’s 2010 health insurance said hospitals would pay the other ruled against the motions by Mississippi Attor-
from people who get coverage and overhaul expected that states $78 million. ney General Jim Hood, putting the case on a path
hospitals, the association says Mis- would expand Medicaid to cover “How do you walk away from toward a six-week trial beginning June 1.
sissippi can avoid spending any of uninsured able-bodied adults up this if it doesn’t cost you anything?” The federal government sued Mississippi in
its own tax dollars to match federal to 138% of the poverty line for in- Moore asked. 2016 for relying too much on sending people to
money. The association envisions comes. However, Mississippi is one The hospitals want to use their psychiatric hospitals and other institutions for
beneficiaries paying up to $20 a of 14 states that balked at expand- jointly-owned insurer, Mississippi treatment. Under federal law and court decisions,
month and proposes that benefi- ing coverage. True, to provide coverage, and not states are supposed to provide care in the least
ciaries without jobs would enroll in The Kaiser Family Foundation the managed care companies that restrictive setting possible, helping people live at
training or volunteer work to quali- estimates 163,000 Mississippians Medicaid now uses. Mississippi home and not in state mental hospitals or private
fy for coverage. would be covered if Medicaid were True tried unsuccessfully to win a institutions.
“Our objective is to get as many expanded. The hospitals estimate managed care contract. Moore said In Monday’s ruling, Reeves questioned the
people covered as we can legiti- 300,000 people would be covered hospitals believe managed care state’s position. He noted that outside the lawsuit,
mately get covered, and to make under their proposal. companies are getting too much Mississippi advocates a shift toward communi-
sure hospitals and doctors get reim- Republican leaders have said the money and not showing health ben- ty-based case, but takes a different position inside
bursed fairly,” said Tim Moore, the state can’t afford such an expan- efits. the lawsuit.
“In broad terms, the court assumes that a ‘win’
for the United States is ensuring that Mississip-
pians’ access to mental health care is robust,
readily-available, and built on the well-supported
best practice of community-based care,” Reeves

Mississippi assistant principal accused of sex with student wrote.

49-year-old, facing statutory rape workshops, while prin-


cipal at Choctaw County
ors, over 2014 allegations
that he took kickbacks
charges, remains jailed on $500K bail High School in Butler, Al- from people he paid to

The Associated Press unclear if Thomas has a


abama, getting kickbacks
from one. Thomas was
work at school functions at
Greensboro High School. Mississippi sheriff stops putting
GREENWOOD — An
lawyer.
Thomas works at
sentenced to five years’
probation and $1,200 in
State court records show
he was sentenced to a inmate photos on website
assistant principal at a Holmes County Central restitution, federal court year’s unsupervised pro- The Associated Press
Mississippi high school High School. The district records show. At the time, bation, plus 120 days of
faces statutory rape said it investigated and Thomas also lost his posi- suspended jail time. TUPELO — A Mississippi county sheriff’s of-
charges. gave results to law en- tion on the Sumter County Holmes County Su- fice has stopped publishing inmate mug shots on
Leflore County Sher- forcement, adding that School Board. perintendent James Hen- its website.
iff Ricky Banks tells the “safety and well-being In 2012, the Alabama derson said the district The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal re-
The Greenwood Com- of students is always our Ethics Commission fined conducts background ports that the Lee County Sheriff’s Office had
monwealth that Dyana highest priority.” him $1,000 for misuse of checks for all employees been posting such photos for more than a decade,
Thomas, 49, was arrested Thomas ran into trou- funds at Wilcox Central before hiring them, as re- but stopped over the weekend.
Friday at his Greenwood ble three times for misus- High School, The Bir- quired by Mississippi law. A message posted Monday on the department’s
home. That’s where the ing school money in Ala- mingham News reported. But Henderson also said Facebook page said the change is because what it
sheriff says Thomas had bama. He pleaded guilty Last year, Thomas Thomas would have been calls “rogue” websites or social media pages have
sex with a female student to federal mail fraud pleaded guilty to third-de- hired to his position be- been using the photos to threaten or harass peo-
younger than 16. Thom- charges in 2007 over al- gree criminal mischief fore Henderson became ple.
as remains jailed, with legations that he wrote and harassing communi- superintendent in sum- The newspaper says Sheriff Jim Johnson did
bail set at $500,000. It’s checks to people for bogus cations, both misdemean- mer 2018. not respond to a reporter’s call about the change,
but the Facebook message was posted within
about 20 minutes of the call.
The sheriff’s office did not identify the sites or
pages.
The newspaper said two Facebook pages had
been posting mug shots.
Around the state Neither was accessible Tuesday.
Deputy recovering WREG-TV reports that stop and barricaded him- fundraiser to pose for pic-
Marshall County Depu- self in a house. They say tures with fellow officers.
from shooting during ty Daniel Tatum greeted the standoff ended after Marshall County Sher-
standoff well-wishers at a fundrais- Vaught shot and killed iff Kenny Dickerson says
HOLLY SPRINGS — A er on Friday to help pay for himself. the event was meant to
north Mississippi narcot- his recovery. Although he’s most- provide financial and
ics officer is recovering Authorities say Tatum ly using a wheelchair, moral support for Tatum.
after being shot during a was shot by Randy Vaught, WREG-TV reported that Dickerson says he hopes
standoff. who fled an April 12 traffic Tatum stood up during the Tatum can return to duty.

Gas leak
Continued from Page 1A
children, a process which ly as possible,” Peasant the gas would remain to make sure everyone is
lasted until about 3 p.m. said. “One thing that turned off for the remain- safe.”
S t a rk v i l le - Ok t ibb e - was probably a bigger der of the school year. Without gas, the cafe-
ha Consolidated School challenge was the orga- Construction to repair teria will serve deli sand-
District officials notified nization of that area. We the pipes and gas lines wiches, salads, assorted
parents with social media worked through that, and will start at the end of the fruit, veggies and dip,
posts and text messages we did have some lines. school year. according to an email
once the evacuation start- I will say, 98 percent of “It’s not something
Thomas sent parents
ed. (parents) were really pa- that’s going to be done
Tuesday night.
“We had a small leak tient.” overnight,” Baggett said.
at Armstrong Middle Peasant updated the “We just cut the gas off, Though an admitted-
School,” Superintendent school board during we don’t need it. ... We ly unfortunate situation,
Eddie Peasant said. “At- its regularly scheduled will be responsible for the Peasant said he was
mos Energy was right meeting Tuesday night. main line into our build- pleased to see how stu-
there. After they evaluat- He said after someone ing and where it meets dents, faculty, staff and
ed the situation, they felt smelled gas at AMS, the the other lines.” parents responded.
the level was high enough maintenance department Atmos Energy opera- “We operated as effi-
for an evacuation, just as a called the fire depart- tions manager, Michelle ciently as we could with
precautionary measure.” ment and Atmos Energy Whittle, told The Dis- these circumstances,”
As the 1,200 students to assess the situation. patch once AMS officials Peasant said. “With stu-
were bussed to the SHS He added Atmos identi- indicated a gas leak, At- dents in school (at SHS)
stadium, parents were fied the problem. mos turned off the gas. and 1,200 additional stu-
urged to check out stu- “We had some old “It was a leak on their dents, it was a little busy
dents at the ticket of- pipes, and that has given fuel line,” Whittle said. and hectic. We were real-
fice. Public Information on the gas lines from the “When that kind of thing
ly pleased with our teach-
Officer Nicole Thomas street to the building,” happens, it’s the respon-
ers and students at Arm-
said most students were Peasant said. “There sibility of the owner to
picked up, and bus stu- were several issues on fix that. When we knew strong Middle School.
dents that were not picked that line and that’s going there was a leak, we The kids were really at-
up were taken home on to have to be replaced.” turned them off. They tentive and did what they
their normal bus routes. David Baggett, assis- did exactly what we want were asked to do. They
“We had six clerical tant superintendent, told them to do. If someone were cooperative and the
staff working to get peo- the board AMS was safe smells gas, call us so we teachers and staff just
ple checked out as quick- and cleared for class but can shut it off. We want went to work.”
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Hundreds throng funeral Suit seeks to hold


Vatican at fault for
for slain Mississippi police officer abuse by US priests
By MICHAEL REZENDES and AMY FORLITI
The Associated Press
Patrolman Robert McKeithen was shot to death then was known for his smile and
many nicknames, including “Old ST. PAUL, Minn. — Three brothers who were
May 5 outside the Biloxi police station Man” and “Pop Pop.” McKeithen en-
joyed 3 a.m. coffee at Waffle House,
sexually abused by a priest from the Archdiocese
of St. Paul and Minneapolis filed a federal lawsuit
By ROGELIO V. SOLIS ple. He was a good cop.” and waitresses there personalized a Tuesday against the Vatican, claiming the Holy
and EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Hundreds of law enforcement of- coffee cup for him by writing “Robo- See bears responsibility because the case was
The Associated Press ficers joined other mourners at First cop” on it. mishandled by former Archbishop John Nienst-
Baptist Church in Biloxi. During the Goldsworthy said that in the past edt and the Vatican’s former ambassador to the
BILOXI — A Mississippi police visitation before the funeral, McKei- couple of weeks, he and another of-
officer who was shot to death on United States.
then’s body, dressed in his uniform, ficer went to that Waffle House, got
duty was “a good cop” who took McKeithen’s coffee cup and used a The lawsuit attempts to trace a direct line from
lay in an open casket, and people
pride in his job, the mayor of Biloxi walked past to hug his wife and oth- permanent marker to add: “Policing clergy sex abuse victims to the Vatican, through
said Monday at the officer’s funeral. er relatives. since 20 B.C.” Goldsworthy snapped Minnesota church officials. Luke, Stephen and
Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves a photo of the cup and sent it in a Ben Hoffman were abused by former priest Curtis
fought tears as he remembered Bi- said during the service that he had group text. McKeithen responded Wehmeyer, roughly between 2009 and 2012.
loxi Patrolman Robert McKeithen, never met McKeithen. However, he with good humor, saying, “’That’s “I have too many nieces and nephews to let
who was shot to death May 5 outside said those who knew the officer de- just wrong,’” Goldsworthy recalled. something like this happen to anybody else,” Ste-
the Biloxi police station. McKeithen, scribed him as “a man of honor” and “He told me he thought it was hi- phen Hoffman said about his decision to come
57, had been a police officer for near- “a man of integrity.” larious,” Goldsworthy said. forward.
ly 24 years. “His untimely death is a remind- McKeithen, an Air Force veteran, Nienstedt and the former ambassador, Carlo
“From all accounts, Robert McK- er that there is evil in the world,” was buried at Biloxi National Cem- Maria Viganò, have previously denied the alle-
eithen was the epitome of what you Reeves said. “But his life is a remind- etery. gations raised in the lawsuit. The Vatican’s U.S.
would want in a police officer,” Gilich er that there are still men amongst Investigators have charged
lawyer, Jeffrey Lena, had no immediate comment.
said. “He loved his job. He took pride us who are willing to face that evil to 19-year-old Darian Atkinson with
in representing the Biloxi Police De- In the past Lena has described sex abuse lawsuits
protect those who cannot.” capital murder in McKeithen’s
partment. He was well-liked, a com- McKeithen’s supervisor, Lt. death. Atkinson’s brother and three against the Vatican as publicity stunts.
passionate, caring professional who Thomas Goldsworthy, brought lev- others are charged as accessories
had the ability to connect with peo- ity to the service by saying McKei- after the fact.
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COMMERCIAL DISPATCH Private graveside died Thursday, May 9, 2019, at Baptist Memorial
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science. If the deceased’s
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body was donated to science,
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News About Town


CLUBS Health Notes the Education Department,
662-244-2498.
School, Stokes-Beard and
Cook Elementary. Breakfast
n POSSUM TOWN n FREE MAMMOGRAMS n FREE PSA SCREENINGS 7:45-8:30 a.m., lunch 11
TOASTMASTERS Baptist Golden Triangle Baptist Cancer Center offers a.m.-1 p.m. For more informa-
Possum Town Toastmasters offers free mammograms to free prostate PSA screenings tion, call the Child Nutrition
meet every Friday at 7 a.m. at women 35 and older who have ever other month for men Office, 662-241-7410.
the Church of Christ, Co- no insurance coverage for over 40. Next screenings are n MAC MINI-GRANTS
lumbus. To become a better mammograms and are living May 31, 8-11:45 a.m. and 1-2 The Mississippi Arts Commis-
communicator and leader, call in Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Clay, p.m. Walk-ins accepted. For sion is accepting applications
662-549-3483. Monroe or Chickasaw Coun- appointments, call 662-244- for its mini-grant program.
n POSSUM TOWN QUILTERS ties. To see if you qualify, call 4673. Professional-level artists may
Possum Town Quilters meet 662-244-2979. n DIABETES EDUCATION apply. Deadline is June 3. For
at 9:30 a.m. the second and n CROSSOVER SYMMETRY Diabetes Self-Management more information, visit arts.
fourth Saturdays of each North Mississippi Medical Education Class meets fourth ms.gov or call 601-359-6030.
month at the Rosenzweig Arts Center-West Point Wellness Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. n 50 DRESSES MINISTRY
Center (lower level), 501 Main Center offers a Crossover at Baptist Golden Triangle Reach1 Teach1 Ministries’ 50
St., Columbus. Check us out at Symmetry Program focusing Outpatient Pavilion Confer- Dresses Ministry Program to
possumtownquilters.blogspot. on shoulder health/perfor- ence Center. Physician referral the Golden Triangle area helps
com. mance. The 30-day member- required. For information, call those in need of a dress or
n EAST LIONS CLUB ship is $30 members; $50 662-244-1596. suit for a job search. Dona-
The Columbus East Lions nonmembers. Call the Well- n ANGER MANAGEMENT tions accepted. Call Regional
Club meets every second and ness Center, 662-495-9355. Family Resource Center, Co- Coordinator Cequeila Bigbee,
fourth Monday of the month n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES lumbus campus, 1575 Second 870-627-2859 or e-mail, 1de-
at 65 Airline Road. For more Baptist Golden Triangle Ave. N., offers free conflict liveredin2014@gmail.com.
information, call 662-251-1415 offers Childbirth classes and resolution and anger manage- n WALKING GROUP
or 662-574-7552. Breastfeeding classes each ment classes. For information, J.L. King Center’s Families
n HOST LIONS CLUB month, 6 p.m., in room 6, call 662-368-3603. First of Oktibbeha County
The Columbus Host Lions Club near the Gift Shop, $20. For n BAPTIST VOLUNTEERS invites the community to join
meets every Friday at noon information or to register, call Baptist Golden Triangle its Walking Group at 6:30
at EMCC Lion Hills Center for 662-244-2498. seeks caring, compassionate a.m. Monday-Friday at West-
a buffet lunch and business n LUPUS SUPPORT volunteers to help in a variety side Park, 700 N. Long St.,
gathering. For more informa- A lupus support group meets of hospital settings. For infor- Starkville.
tion, call John Michael, 601- from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. the first mation, call 662-244-1165 n PARENT CAFE
955-2176. Saturday of every month in or email info.goldentriangle@ Emerson Family Center, 1504
n LOWNDES REPUBLICAN Classroom 6 of the Baptist bmhcc.org. Louisville St. in Starkville,
WOMEN Golden Triangle Patient Tower. n BAPTIST HOSPICE offers Parent Cafe Group
Lowndes County Republican Open to anyone with lupus or VOLUNTEERS meetings every Monday from
Women meets the second any family member or friend. Baptist Hospice-Golden 11 a.m.-noon to help meet the
Tuesday of each month at the For more information, call Triangle seeks volunteers to challenges of parenting. For
Lion Hills Center, 2331 Military Rashell Hopkins, 662-570- assist in the office and with more information, call 662-
Road. Buffet line opens at 8342. Hospice families at 2309 418-5193 or visit fcp-parent-
11:15 a.m., with call to order n CANCER SUPPORT Bluecutt Road, Suite B. For cafe.com.
at noon. Baptist Cancer Center hosts more information, call Katie n EFFECTIVE PARENTING
n GT QUILTERS GUILD a support group for cancer Bostwick, 662-243-1173. Family Resource Center, Co-
The Golden Triangle Quilters survivors and their families, n DRUG/ALCOHOL lumbus campus, 1575 Second
Guild meets at 5:30 p.m. every noon-1 p.m. the third Friday of INTERVENTION Ave. N., offers free effective
third Thursday at the Starkville every month in Classroom 5 Narconon offers drug and parenting classes, with insight
Sportsplex Activities Building. of the Patient Towers. Lunch alcohol interventions. For free on child safety, appropriate
provided. For information and screenings or referrals, call discipline, effective communi-
■ BREAKFAST WITH THE
location, call 662-244-2923. 1-800-431-1754. cation and more. For informa-
BULLDOGS
MSU alumni, friends are n HYPERTENSION n GOLDEN TRIANGLE AA tion, call 662-368-3603.
invited to Breakfast with the SUPPORT Golden Triangle AA meets dai- n FREE TUTORING
Bulldogs on second Thursdays A pulmonary hypertension ly for support. If you want to Family Resource Center, Co-
each month at Starkville Café. support group meets at 2 p.m. drink, that is your business. lumbus campus, 1575 Second
Dutch treat breakfast 7:30 the second Saturday of every If you want to stop drinking, Ave. N., offers free tutoring,
a.m. Contact Carol Moss Read month at North Mississippi that is our business. For infor- computer use and printing
at carolmoss@bellsouth.net or Medical Center-West Point Ed- mation, call 662-327-8941. services for pre-K-eighth-
662-312-0637. ucation Center, 385 Medical n AL-ANON MEETING grade students. Limited slots.
Center Drive. For information, Call 662-368-3603.
■ DULCIMER PLAYERS The Columbus Al-Anon Family
call Dana Albert, 662-295-
Friendly City Strummers meet Groups meet Mondays and n TENN-TOM WATERWAY
3642.
twice monthly to practice and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. When MUSEUM
teach others to play dulcimers. ■ DIABETES SUPPORT you don’t know where to turn The Tennessee-Tombigbee
Join for $10/year for the whole Baptist Golden Triangle hosts because someone drinks too Waterway Transportation
family. Dulcimers available to day classes for Diabetes much, we can help. For infor- Museum, 318 Seventh St. N.,
borrow. Contact David Saum, Support on third Wednesdays mation, call 888-425-2666 or Columbus, is open for tours
662-386-6836 or DrSaum@ of each month, 10-11 a.m. go to msafg.org. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
cableone.net, or the Switzers, in Patient Tower room 6. For School field trips, civic clubs,
662-312-6025.
n TOPS
information, call Lacy Smith,
662-244-1392 or 800-544- REUNIONS church groups encouraged.
For group tours, call 662-328-
Take Off Pounds Sensibly
8762, ext. 1392. n CLASS OF 1981 8936 or 662-574-5794.
■ HEART SUPPORT The Motley/West Lowndes
No. 288 meets Tuesdays at n ENVIRONMENTAL
Weekly education/sup- Class of 1981 meets at 9
Community Baptist Church, MEETING
port group for people with a.m. May 18 at Joyce’s Koun-
Yorkville Road East, Columbus. Memphis Town Community
congestive heart failure are try Kitchen, 301 Tuscaloosa
Weigh-in begins at 5:30 p.m. Action Group meets fourth
Thursdays 11 a.m.-noon in the Road. All class members are
Contact Pat Harris, 662-386- Tuesdays at 6 p.m. to discuss
Outpatient Pavilion Board- asked to be present. Break-
0249. issues related to the Kerr-Mc-
room, Baptist Golden Triangle. fast served. For information,
n TOPS Gee site. For information,
For information, call 244-1953 call Rev. D.R. Gore, 662-329-
Take Off Pounds Sensibly No. contact Leon Hines, 662-574-
or 244-2132. 5319 or 662-497-4188.
270 meets Thursdays at 4370 6109.
n NUTRITION EDUCATION
Cal-Kolola Road, Caledonia.
Weigh-in begins at 5-5:30 p.m. Diabetes education class OTHER EVENTS n DIVORCECARE
DivorceCare meets on Tues-
Contact Michelle Holliman, meets on fourth Wednesdays, n CLEAN UP DAY day evenings at Connections,
662-386-3650. 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Baptist The Town of Artesia hosts City 101 E. Lampkin in Starkville.
n SENIOR CRAFTS Golden Triangle Outpatient Wide Clean Up Day from 8 Don’t go through separation
Senior Crafts meets at the Pavilion. Physician referral a.m.-noon May 18. All citizens or divorce alone. Call Jake
Starkville Sportsplex Tuesdays, required. For information, call are asked to participate. Adams-Wilson at 662-323-
10-11:30 a.m. Crafts provided 662-244-1597 or email info. Free T-shirts (first come-first 5722 or Jake@first-umc.org
by the parks department. For goldentriangle@bmhcc.org. served). Free lunch provided. for more information.
information, call Lisa Cox, 662- n ABUSE RECOVERY n HISTORIC GHOST TOUR
 n WRITERS’ GUILD
323-2294. GROUP The Historic Pickens County Golden Triangle Writers Guild
n QUILTING CLUB A Domestic Abuse Recovery Courthouse Ghost History meets the second Saturday
Quilting Club meets in the Group meets Thursdays at 6 Tour and Interactive Paranor- of each month at Bryan Public
activities room adjacent to the p.m. through Safe Haven Inc. mal Investigation is at 8 p.m. Library in West Point. For
multi-purpose facility at the Group counseling for rape May 18 at 20 Phoenix Avenue information, contact Claire
Starkville Sportsplex Thurs- recovery is available. For infor- in Carrollton, Alabama. Tickets Spradling at clairespradling-
days 10 a.m.-noon. Bring your mation, call 662-327-6118 or $25 (a portion is donated to books@gmail.com.
own project to work on. For 662-889-2067. the Pickens County Pres- n FREE LIFE SKILLS
information, call Lisa Cox, 662- n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES ervation Association). For CLASSES
323-2294. Baptist Golden Triangle offers tickets and more information, Life skills classes by the Fam-
n AARP childbirth classes Tuesdays visit southernghostgirls.com, ily Resource Center of North-
AARP meets the first Wednes- at 6 p.m. To register, call Eventbrite or email lesley- east Mississippi are available
day of each month at 10 a.m. 662-244-2498 or email info. hyde7480@gmail.com. for qualifying participants on
in the Community Room of goldentriangle@bmhcc.org. n FREE SUMMER MEALS site at your agency or entity.
Regions Bank, Main Street, Co- n CPR CLASSES The Summer Food Service Classes include positive par-
lumbus. Programs are geared Baptist Golden Triangle offers Program offers free meals to enting, conflict resolution, life
to the needs and interests of CPR classes each month at children 18 and under May skills, soft skills and healthy
seniors 50 and up. For more in- 6 p.m. in the Patient Tower. 28-June 28 at Columbus High relationship skills. For infor-
formation, call 662-889-9496. Pre-registration required. Call School, Columbus Middle mation, call 662-251-1861.
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SLIMANTICS

A suggestion
for Columbus’
bicentennial
P
retty soon,
Columbus will
be celebrating
its bicentennial, al-
though no one seems
to have figured out
exactly when that
will be.
Local historian
Rufus Ward has writ-
ten about the topic
on several occasions,
pointing out three Slim Smith
possible dates for
the city’s founding - Dec. 6, 1819, when the
Alabama Legislature passed an act estab-
lishing a voting precinct here when the area
was thought to be a part of Alabama; May 13,
1820, when the U.S. Congress established a
post office in town; or Jan 3, 1821, when the
Mississippi Legislature chartered the city.
In one respect, the best argument is the
1819 date, not only because that’s the year
Columbus was first recognized by a legis-
lative body but also became that’s the year
Columbus officially became “Columbus.”
To date, there have been no plans for how
the city plans to celebrate its 200th birthday,
but I believe there is one thing we could do
that would not only acknowledge the city’s
history, but help shapes its future.
If we really want to honor our town’s histo-
ry, let’s start by going back to the town’s
original name.
Among the first white settlers in what is
now known as Columbus was a man named
Spirus Roach. Apparently, Mr. Roach had a
long pointed-nose, which led neighboring
Indians to refer to him as “Possum” and the
area in which he settled “Possum’s Town.”
For the next couple of years, the town was
known simply as Possum Town.
In 1819, notorious early settler and chron-
ic busy-body Silas McBee called a town
meeting, during which the white settlers
decided on a new name - Columbus.
Whatever bad ideas may have popped up
over the past 200 years or so, this was proba- THE ECONOMY
bly the worst of all, I think.

Tariffs: The taxes that made America great


They might have well chosen “John Doe
City.” Not only does our town have no histori-
cal connection to Christopher Columbus, the
town has joined a crowded family. There are
14 cities in the U.S. named Columbus, 15 if As his limo carried him our own. ... He pays no taxes. He performs no civil
to work at the White House duties.”
you count New Columbus, Pennsylvania.
Monday, Larry Kudlow could That is economic patriotism, putting America and
It’s a boring name.
not have been pleased with the Americans first.
Oh, but think of the possibilities had the
headline in The Washington The Fordney-McCumber Tariff gave Presidents War-
town stayed true to its original “calling.” Post: “Kudlow Contradicts ren Harding and Calvin Coolidge the revenue to offset
You know how many Possum Towns there Trump on Tariffs.” the slashing of Wilson’s income taxes, igniting that
are in the entire world? Zero. The story began: “National most dynamic of decades — the Roaring ‘20s.
The marketing possibilities alone are Economic Council Director That the Smoot-Hawley Tariff caused the Depression
fascinating. Lawrence Kudlow acknowl- of the 1930s is a New Deal myth in which America’s
It’s hard to build a brand around a Co- edged Sunday that American schoolchildren have been indoctrinated for decades.
lumbus or a Springfield or a Washington or a consumers end up paying for The Depression began with the crash of the stock
Franklin. the administration’s tariffs on Patrick Buchanan market in 1929, nine months before Smoot-Hawley be-
But Possum Town? Now, you’ve got peo- Chinese imports, contradicting came law. The real villain: The Federal Reserve, which
ple’s attention. President Trump’s repeated failed to replenish that third of the money supply that
Possums are fascinating, if much ma- inaccurate claim that the Chinese foot the bill.” had been wiped out by thousands of bank failures.
ligned, animals. They’re not much to look at, A free trade evangelical, Kudlow had conceded on Milton Friedman taught us that.
I’ll grant, but there’s a certain charm in their Fox News that consumers pay the tariffs on products A tariff is a tax, but its purpose is not just to raise
ugliness. Much like a bulldog, possums are made abroad that they purchase here in the U.S. Yet revenue but to make a nation economically independent
so ugly, they are somehow cute. that is by no means the whole story. of others, and to bring its citizens to rely upon each
In the animal world, which does not seem A tariff may be described as a sales or consumption other rather than foreign entities.
to put much stock in appearances, they tax the consumer pays, but tariffs are also a discretion- The principle involved in a tariff is the same as that
are generally well-received. They have no ary and an optional tax. used by U.S. colleges and universities that charge
natural enemies, unless you count cars and If you choose not to purchase Chinese goods and foreign students higher tuition than their American
instead buy comparable goods made in other nations or counterparts.
trucks.
the USA, then you do not pay the tariff. What patriot would consign the economic indepen-
And, for what it’s worth, possums general-
China loses the sale. This is why Beijing, which runs dence of his country to the “invisible hand” of Adam
ly have a better reputation than Christopher
$350 billion to $400 billion in annual trade surpluses at Smith in a system crafted by intellectuals whose alle-
Columbus these days. our expense is howling loudest. Should Donald Trump giance is to an ideology, not a people?
As is often the case, what is original is impose that 25% tariff on all $500 billion in Chinese What great nation did free traders ever build?
also best. exports to the USA, it would cripple China’s economy. Free trade is the policy of fading and failing powers,
I think that’s particularly true when it Factories seeking assured access to the U.S. market past their prime. In the half-century following passage
comes to our city’s name. would flee in panic from the Middle Kingdom. of the Corn Laws, the British showed the folly of free
I envision beauty pageants (Miss Possum Tariffs were the taxes that made America great. trade.
Town, Possum Queen), a mascot (one of They were the taxes relied upon by the first and great- They began the second half of the 19th century with
those big fuzzy sorts) that show up all the est of our early statesmen, before the coming of the an economy twice that of the USA and ended it with an
big events around town, perhaps even a kid’s globalists Woodrow Wilson and FDR. economy half of ours, and equaled by a Germany, which
coloring contest, etc. An annual Possum Tariffs, to protect manufacturers and jobs, were the had, under Bismarck, adopted what was known as the
Festival would certainly draw visitors from Republican Party’s path to power and prosperity in the American System.
all over the world. (I’m talking to you, CVB). 19th and 20th centuries, before the rise of the Rockefel- Of the nations that have risen to economic preemi-
I’m not sure what to do about our school ler Eastern liberal establishment and its embrace of the nence in recent centuries — the British before 1850, the
nicknames, I’ll admit. The Possum Town British-bred heresy of unfettered free trade. United States between 1789 and 1914, post-war Japan,
Falcons is problematic. Perhaps the Possum The Tariff Act of 1789 was enacted with the de- China in recent decades — how many did so through
Town High Truck Dodgers? Just a thought. clared purpose, “the encouragement and protection free trade? None. All practiced economic nationalism.
Work with me, here. of manufactures.” It was the second act passed by the The problem for President Trump?
I propose that we have another vote, per- first Congress led by Speaker James Madison. It was Once a nation is hooked on the cheap goods that
haps on the day we choose to celebrate the crafted by Alexander Hamilton and signed by President are the narcotic free trade provides, it is rarely able to
Washington. break free. The loss of its economic independence is fol-
city’s bicentennial. After all, only a handful
After the War of 1812, President Madison, backed lowed by the loss of its political independence, the loss
of people decided to change Possum Town to
by Henry Clay and John Calhoun and ex-Presidents of its greatness and, ultimately, the loss of its national
Columbus 200 years ago.
Jefferson and Adams, enacted the Tariff of 1816 to price identity.
It’s time the citizens of Possum Town rose British textiles out of competition, so Americans would Brexit was the strangled cry of a British people that
up to reclaim the city’s historic name. build the new factories and capture the booming U.S. had lost its independence and desperately wanted it
Who’s with me? market. It worked. back.
Slim Smith is a columnist and feature Tariffs financed Mr. Lincoln’s War. The Tariff of Patrick J. Buchanan, a nationally syndicated colum-
writer for The Dispatch. His email address is 1890 bears the name of Ohio Congressman and future nist, was a senior advisor to presidents Richard Nixon,
ssmith@cdispatch.com. President William McKinley, who said that a foreign Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan. His website is http://
manufacturer “has no right or claim to equality with buchanan.org/blog.
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Memorial service
Continued from Page 1A
During Tuesday’s service, SPD
recognized two other area officers
— former Eupora Police Department
Officer Keith Crenshaw, who was
killed deploying spike strips during
a high-speed chase on Oct. 13, 2013;
and former French Camp Police
Department Chief Anthony Lucas,
who was fatally shot on Feb. 4, 2005,
while assisting the Ackerman Police
Department in a vehicular chase.
Nichols said the memorial ser-
vice, which is the first SPD has held,
is a part of National Police Week. It
corresponds with a statewide memo-
rial service planned at the capitol in
Jackson today. SPD regularly sends
motorcycle officers and its honor
guard to the state service — and will
this year — but Nichols said he want-
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
ed to take the chance to recognize
A Starkville Police Department officer salutes a memorial wreath outside
area officers who have fallen.
of the Starkville Police Department on Tuesday. The wreath was set out in
“I wanted to do something locally, recognition of fallen officers.
here at home,” Nichols said. “Just a
little small thing for the citizens of “They are an incredible part of “It’s awesome,” she said. “It
Starkville — to make them aware our community in ways that we ap- means a lot to me and my family that
that we have had officers, not here preciate regularly but sometimes we they’re taking a moment out of their
in Starkville, thank God, that have don’t think about it,” she said. “This schedules to show they have not for-
made the ultimate sacrifice.” is one of those days when you don’t gotten not only the officers who are
Mayor Lynn Spruill, speaking want to have a memorial day but you still standing but the ones who have
during the service’s opening, said need to have a memorial day.” fallen. It’s a great honor to receive
it’s important to be mindful of offi- For Jackson, the service and the this in honor of my son.
cers’ service, especially while there recognition it represented, not only “These are shoes that I hope no
are chances to show appreciation for her family but for the families of other person would ever have to
while they’re alive, instead of after all police officers, was a special oc- walk in,” she added. “It just means a
they’ve passed. casion. lot.”

Hawkins
Continued from Page 1A
trends he sees in Mis- news clip about a study by
sissippi and the United Northwestern University
States during a 30-minute and Harvard University
presentation before the looking at how recreation-
Columbus Rotary Club al use of marijuana affect-
Tuesday. ed the centers of the brain
“The United States that control motivation
makes up about 5 percent and addiction. The study
of the world’s popula- found that brain chem-
tion,” he said. “Well, we istry in “casual users” of
consume 99 percent of marijuana — those who
the world’s hydrocodone smoked it at least once a
products.” week but were not chem-
Hawkins said about ically addicted — was
650,000 people per-day more affected than that of
are prescribed opioid people who didn’t smoke
products, and that more Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff at all.
than 800 people per-day Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Lt. Eddie Hawkins, left, “Everybody thinks it’s
start using heroin, an il- speaks with Rotary Club member Roger Burlingame safe,” Hawkins said. “Ev-
legal opioid that victims after a club meeting at Lion Hills Center Tuesday. Haw- erybody thinks it’s just a
kins spoke to Rotary Club about drug trends throughout
often get addicted to after the state and country. plant. It’s all natural. Well,
becoming hooked on pre- so was heroin. So was co-
scription pain killers. ticularly potent synthetic that product and use that caine. They all come from
Since the epidemic be- opioid, and other drugs, THC in other products. plant materials. It doesn’t
gan, the U.S. rescheduled some of which are so dan- And the THC is reach- mean it’s good for you.”
hydrocodone products, gerous that police officers ing somewhere around From there, Hawkins
making it harder for cus- have overdosed just by be- 90 percent. So it’s a big moved on to talk about the
tomers to obtain them ing in the room with the problem. It’s not the same synthetic drug “Spice.” In
legally or for doctors to chemicals, Hawkins said. drug we used to see.” 2015, he said, Mississippi
overprescribe them, Haw- Officers have now be- Hawkins said THC had the highest number
kins said. But that’s re- gun carrying NARCAN, now shows up in products of overdose deaths from
sulted in a “double-edged which reverses the effects like vape pens and edibles spice. He talked to a cor-
sword.” of opioid overdoses long such as cheeba chews, oner who performed an
“A doctor is limited enough for victims to get tootsie roll-like candies autopsy on one of the vic-
to how much he can pre- to a hospital. sold legally in California tims, who told Hawkins
scribe. There’s zero re- Hawkins’ presentation and Colorado as medical how the drug broke down
fills, no longer any call-in also covered marijuana marijuana — all products muscle tissue.
prescriptions, so it’s lim- and other THC (tetrahy- children can easily get “When you do an autop-
ited how much a patient drocannabinol) products their hands on, he said. sy, they take parts of your
can obtain, and that’s a — and particularly the “We are starting to see body and weigh them,
good thing,” Hawkins problems he thinks are more and more of these measure them, take sam-
said. “But what’s hap- caused when states legal- products sold here in Mis- ples,” Hawkins said. “And
pened is all people who ize those products. sissippi,” he said. normally, when you take a
are addicted to opioids are “Back in the early ‘70s He added since mari- human heart, you can set
now changing their drug when marijuana was re- juana hasn’t been legal- it on the table just like a
of choice, and they’re ally popular, the THC ized on the federal level, rump roast. Well after he
changing to other drugs content, the active ingre- businesses that sell mar- had used this product, it
like heroin. So now it’s dient in marijuana ... was ijuana and THC products broke down the muscle
becoming a bigger prob- somewhere around 3 to 5 in states like Colorado in the heart so much that
lem because they can’t percent,” he said. “Now are having to keep the when they set it on the
get prescriptions they’re the ... marijuana that’s money they make at the table, it just fell apart like
looking for. Now they’re being grown has a THC businesses, resulting in jelly. So it was causing big
turning to the street and content of around 30 to higher crime rates as problems.
getting heroin.” 35 percent. Now they’re drug traffickers and pet- “America’s the most
Law enforcement agen- taking that plant material ty criminals now know addicted society in the
cies are also seeing drugs and they’re actually able where to find cash. world,” he later added.
such as fentanyl, a par- to extract the THC from Hawkins also showed a “We’ll buy anything.”
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SECTION

Heritage opens Big bats help MSU


championship
series at home blow past La. Tech
Bulldogs prepare for
against Wayne conference showdown
with South Carolina
Academy BY BEN PORTNOY
bportnoy@cdispatch.com

Tuesday night’s 7-3 win over Lou-


Patriots seek program’s isiana Tech was refreshingly simple
for No. 5 Mississippi State.
first state title After trailing at some point in
three of their past four midweek
BY BEN PORTNOY games, the Bulldogs led wire-to-wire
bportnoy@cdispatch.com to secure the victory.
MSU (43-10, 18-9 SEC) finishes
Heritage Academy head baseball coach the season 15-0 in midweek play and
Justin Flake has kept his message simple. 25-1 in nonconference action with
From the first team meeting on, Flake has the win.
preached to his players that “To come through a midweek it
they are not playing opponents. takes a lot of focus,” senior reliever
Rather, they are competing Cole Gordon said. “It takes you to
against baseball itself. come in and ready to play ‘cause if
“It’s kind of been a constant you’re not (Louisiana Tech) would
theme that we believe in our have beaten us really badly tonight.”
abilities and the type of talent Freshman pitcher Brandon Smith
we run out there that every earned the win. He went two innings,
time we step on the field we’re Berry giving up no runs on three hits and
just playing the game,” he said. struck out one.
“We’re not playing an oppo- “As you start going into the post-
nent. We want to just do the things that win.” season we need an extra starter, a
That motto has persisted as Heritage (25- guy that can throw strikes, and we
7) heads into the Mississippi Association of wanted him to warm up like a start-
Independent Schools Class 3A Championship er,” MSU head coach Chris Lemonis
Series against Wayne Academy (21-11) this said. “Hopefully he got a little bit of
evening. Game one the best-of-three series experience in doing that.”
Aaron Cornia/Mississippi State Athletics
will begin at 6 p.m. at Heritage. Redshirt junior Keegan James Sophomore infielder Justin Foscue slapped three hits in Mississippi State’s
See Heritage, 3B See MSU, 3B 7-3 win over Louisiana Tech on Tuesday.

STARKVILLE JAMBOREE
MUW softball
advances to
semifinal round
Baseball team wins two in one
day to stay alive in tournament
From Special Reports

DUBOIS, Penn. – The Owls softball team


advances to the semifinal round of the US-
CAA Small College World series with Tues-
day’s 5-0 victory over Penn State University–
Hazelton. Owls ace pitcher Madison Scoggin
pitched her 14th complete game to improve to
13-4 in her senior season.
Recording their 11th shutout of the 2019
season, The Owls scored in every frame but
the second and fifth while keeping Hazelton
Austin Frayser/Special to The Dispatch scoreless.
Running back Lazavier Edwards (4) break through a tackle for a big gain on Starkville’s second drive of the night. In the first inning, Heidi Matthew opened
Starkville defeated Greenwood 28-20 in a spring jamboree hosted at Yellow Jacket field. the competition with a single to shortstop to
take first, then advanced to second on a sac-
rifice bunt by Bailee Watts. Kristen Martin
took first on balls and stoles second as Mat-

Michigan State forward Sidney Cooks joins Bulldogs thews stole third.
With runners on second and third, Emily
Littlejohn grounded out for the RBI, allowing
Cooks announced her commit-
Former high school ment to MSU via Twitter. The uni-
Matthews to score the Owls first run.
Matthews landed another hit in the top of
versity has since confirmed Cooks
All-American must sit will sit out next season, per NCA A
the third and advanced to second on a steal.
Watts followed Matthews in the lineup with a
rules.
2019-20 season “I know this may not sound very
single to the shortstop to score Matthews and
give the Owls a 2-0 lead.
lady like, but Imma DAWG,” her The W bats lit up in the fourth beginning
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT
tweet read. with a single through the left side from Anna
A Kenosha, Wisconsin native, Lloyd. Megan James followed with a single
Mississippi State women’s bas- Cooks was the Associated Press
ketball coach Vic Schaefer did it to centerfield. After entering the game as
Player of the Year in the state after a pinch runner, Mackenzie Harris scored
again. averaging 27.6 points and 13.8 re-
After dipping into the transfer the Owls third run on a triple by Brianna
bounds per game her senior year Duquette to increase the lead to 3-0.
pool last year to pluck graduate at St. Joseph High School. She was
forward Anriel Howard from Texas Still playing hard offensively, The W
also ranked as the No. 5 overall scored a run in the sixth and seventh innings
A&M, as well as undergrad trans- player in the class of 2017 by ESPN
fers Andra Espinoza-Hunter (UCo- Twitter photo on singles by James for a 5-0 victory.
HoopGurlz and was named a Mc- Michigan State transfer forward On the mound, Scoggin threw 81 pitches
nn) and Promise Taylor (Ole Miss), Donald’s All-American. Sidney Cooks announced on Twitter
Schaefer landed former Michigan against 25 batters. The Bay Springs native
Cooks appeared in 30 games for Tuesday she would be joining the
State forward Sidney Cooks Tues- Mississippi State women’s basket- sat down six batters on strikes while allowing
day morning. See Cooks, 3B ball team. See MUW, 3B
2B Wednesday, May 15, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

College baseball

Ole Miss baseball falls in ninth-inning to Ark. State


From Special Reports ed situation in the sixth, he made it out of made it two on with nobody out with a State, Ole Miss turned right around and
the inning unscathed as part of his entry single through the middle. Kevin Gra- added some insurance at the plate. Gra-
JONESBORO, Ark. – The Ole Miss into the game that saw him retire the only ham made capitalized on the runners, ham led off the top of the eighth with a
Rebels controlled the ballgame for the five batters he faced. and cashed in with a three-run homer, single to left, his second hit of the game,
contest’s first eight-and-a-half innings, Anthony Servideo got the Rebel of- deposited over the right field fence for the before scoring from second on an Arkan-
but costly mistakes and a late surge by fense started out on the right track in the Rebels’ first lead of the day. sas State error that came as the result of a
Arkansas State propelled the Red Wolves first inning, leading off the game with Tyler Keenan followed up Graham’s hard hit ball by Keenan.
to a 6-5 walk-off victory and a heartbreak- a single right back up the middle. Grae home run with one of his own an inning The Red Wolves answered in the bot-
ing loss for the visiting team. Kessinger moved him over with a nice- later, sending a solo shot over the wall tom half. Arkansas State’s Justin Felix
Ole Miss led 5-0 at one point in the ly-placed sacrifice bunt to third, his first to give the Rebels’ a four-run edge after sent a two-run home run over the fence
eighth inning, but a two-run homer by such bunt of the year, but to no avail, as a four. in left against the work of the Rebel left-
the home team cut the Rebel lead to just
pair of balls in play left the two lead Rebel Phillips continued to cruise until hander Kaleb Hill, before Tyler Myers
three. An inning later, the Rebels lost
runners stranded. hitting his first bump in the sixth in- was able to come in for a quick third out
control of a three-run edge with one out
The Red Wolves threatened to score ning, when back-to-back one-out singles of the inning and limit the home team to
in the inning thanks to three singles and
an error. in the bottom of the first after they led brought his outing to a premature close. just a pair of runs.
Before the worries started in the ninth, off the frame with a double just past the Jordan Fowler was first out of the bullpen, Parker Caracci started off the ninth
Zack Phillips had turned in one of his bet- diving body of Ryan Olenek in center, but his outing didn’t last long, as a walk to inning, allowing a walk and two singles
ter starts to date, going five-and-a-third and looked in prime position to score load the bases brought an end to Fowler’s before he was relieved after just a third
innings until finally running into trouble after a sacrifice bunt placed a runner at day. of action for reliever Austin Miller. Mill-
in the sixth inning. Phillips’ last scoreless third with just one out. Phillips, however, Green was forced to inherit a bas- er’s first batter took a single into center
outing came in the beginning of April. He capped any offensive rally with a strike- es-loaded, one out situation, and he didn’t field, scoring one run, and, after a field-
finished his day with no runs allowed on out and a groundout to exit the first un- disappoint. He rang up Jaylon Deshazier ing error by Olenek, plating one more
five hits, two walks, and five strikeouts. scathed. on an 0-2 offspeed pitch, before forcing runner from first base in what would be
Connor Green also showcased a After three straight scoreless in- a groundout hit in the direction of Jacob the game’s winning run.
strong return to form, coming in when nings from both teams, the Rebels broke Adams to strand all three Red Wolves The Rebels fell by a score of 6-5, and
the Rebels needed him most and shutting through in a big way with a high-powered runners on base and get the Rebels out will be back in action Thursday at 5:30
down a would-be rally by the Red Wolves. fourth inning. Thomas Dillard led off the of a jam. p.m. for the final weekend series of the
After being welcomed in to a bases-load- frame with a walk, before Ryan Olenek After stifling the offense of Arkansas year at the Tennessee Volunteers.

Baseball
San Francisco 002 000 010—3 Trout cf 4 0 0 0 J.Plnco ss 3 1 1 0 Hardy 1 1 1 1 0 0 Wednesday, April 17: Dallas 5, Nashville 1

CALENDAR
E_Pillar (3). DP_San Francisco 1. LOB_Toronto Ohtani dh 4 0 3 1 Garver c 4 1 1 2 Alcantara 1 0 0 0 0 2 Saturday, April 20: Dallas 5, Nashville 3
9, San Francisco 9. 2B_Galvis (9), McKinney Simmons ss 4 0 1 0 J.Cstro c 0 0 0 0 Umpires_Home, Mike Estabrook; First, Bruce Monday, April 22: Dallas 2, Nashville 1, OT
American League Glance (9), Pillar (6), Williamson (1). HR_Guerrero Jr.
2 (2), Sandoval (5). SB_Grichuk (1), Pillar (5).
Pujols 1b 4 0 1 0 E.Rsrio lf 3 0 1 1
Goodwin rf 4 0 1 0 C.Cron 1b 4 0 0 0
Dreckman; Second, Chad Fairchild; Third, Paul
Emmel.
St. Louis 4, Winnipeg 2
Wednesday, April 10: St. Louis 2, Winnipeg 1
All Times EDT
College Baseball
East Division
W L Pct GB
CS_McKinney (1).
IP H R ER BB SO
Lucroy c 3 0 1 0 Ma.Gnzl 3b 4 1 1 0
Rengifo 2b 2 1 0 0 Astdllo dh 4 0 0 0
T_2:49. A_14,261 (41,297).
Tuesday’s College
Friday, April 12: St. Louis 4, Winnipeg 3
Sunday, April 14: Winnipeg 6, St. Louis 3
Toronto Fltcher lf 3 1 2 1 Schoop 2b 4 0 1 0 Tuesday, April 16: Winnipeg 2, St. Louis 1, OT
Thursday’s Games Tampa Bay 25 15 .625 —
Thornton W,1-4 5 2-3 3 2 2 5 7 Bour ph 1 0 0 0 Buxton cf 2 0 1 1 Thursday, April 18: St. Louis 3, Winnipeg 2
Ole Miss at Tennessee, 5:30 p.m.
New York
Boston
24 16 .600 1
22 20 .524 4 Hudson 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 11 2 Totals 31 4 7 4 Baseball Scores Saturday, April 20: St. Louis 3, Winnipeg 2
Mayza 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Los Angeles 000 003 000—3 EAST Colorado 4, Calgary 1
Toronto 17 24 .415 8½ Albany 5, Sacred Heart 3
UAB at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Baltimore 14 26 .350 11 Biagini 2-3 2 1 1 0 2 Minnesota 102 100 00x—4
Boston College 19, Maine 16
Thursday, April 11: Calgary 4, Colorado 0
Central Division Giles 1 0 0 0 0 2 DP_Minnesota 2. LOB_Los Angeles 7, Minneso- Saturday, April 13: Colorado 3, Calgary 2, OT
South Carolina at Mississippi State, 6:30 W L Pct GB San Francisco ta 7. 2B_Fletcher (6), Ma.Gonzalez (3), Buxton Georgetown 4, UMBC 3
Hartford 16, LIU Brooklyn 5
Monday, April 15: Colorado 6, Calgary 2
Minnesota 26 15 .634 — Vincent L,0-2 1 4 3 3 0 0 (18). HR_Garver (9). SB_J.Polanco (1). Wednesday, April 17: Colorado 3, Calgary 2, OT
p.m. Cleveland 22 19 .537 4 Beede 2 1-3 4 1 1 3 5 IP H R ER BB SO Mount St. Mary’s at Penn St. Friday, April 19: Colorado 5, Calgary 1
Gott 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Los Angeles UConn 5, Rhode Island 4 San Jose 4, Vegas 3
Alabama at Georgia, 7 p.m. Chicago 19 22 .463 7 UMass 6, Fairfield 3
Detroit 18 22 .450 7½ Moronta 2 2 3 3 0 0 Bedrosian L,1-2 1 2 1 1 0 0 Wednesday, April 10: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
Bergen 2 0 0 0 1 2 Pena 5 5 3 3 1 3 UMass Lowell 3, Bryant 2 Friday, April 12: Vegas 5, San Jose 3
Friday’s Games Kansas City 15 27 .357 11½
West Division Holland 1 0 0 0 2 1 Cole 2 0 0 0 2 4 West Virginia 9, Pittsburgh 4 Sunday, April 14: Vegas 6, San Jose 3
William & Mary 9, Saint Joseph’s 8
Ole Miss at Tennessee, 5 p.m. W L Pct GB HBP_by Moronta (Sogard). WP_Thornton.
Umpires_Home, Doug Eddings; First, Adrian
Minnesota
Gibson W,4-1 5 2-3 6 3 3 2 5 SOUTH
Tuesday, April 16: Vegas 5, San Jose 0
Thursday, April 18: San Jose 5, Vegas 2
Houston 28 15 .651 — Auburn 8, North Alabama 7
UAB at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Seattle 22 23 .489 7 Johnson; Second, Bill Miller; Third, Chris Con- Harper H,2 1 1 0 0 0 0
Austin Peay 20, W. Kentucky 12
Sunday, April 21: San Jose 2, Vegas 1, 2OT
Los Angeles 20 22 .476 7½ roy. Duffey 0 1 0 0 0 0 Tuesday, April 23: San Jose 5, Vegas 4, OT
South Carolina at Mississippi State, 6:30 Texas 17 22 .436 9 T_3:02. A_31,230 (41,915). Morin H,1 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Belmont 6, Evansville 4
Charleston 9, The Citadel 8
CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
Rogers H,7 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 (Best-of-7)
p.m. Oakland 19 25 .432 9½
Tuesday’s Games Dodgers 6, Padres 3 Parker S,7-7 1 1-3 2 0 0 1 1 Charlotte 9, Charleston Southern 3 EASTERN CONFERENCE
San Diego Los Angeles Duffey pitched to 1 batter in the 7th Clemson 14, Coastal Carolina 3 Boston 4, Columbus 2
Alabama at Georgia, 7 p.m. Baltimore at N.Y. Yankees, ppd. East Carolina 4, Campbell 3
Cleveland 9, Chicago White Sox 0 ab r h bi ab r h bi Pena pitched to 1 batter in the 7th Thursday, April 25: Boston 3, Columbus 2, OT
Kinsler 2b 4 0 0 0 Pderson lf 4 1 1 2 HBP_by Pena (Kepler). WP_Bedrosian, Gibson. Georgia Tech 7, Mercer 1 Saturday, April 27: Columbus 3, Boston 2, 2OT
Colorado 5, Boston 4, 11 innings Jacksonville at South Florida, ccd.
on the air Houston 11, Detroit 4 F.Reyes rf 4 2 2 1 Muncy 1b 3 2 1 0 Umpires_Home, Joe West; First, Eric Cooper; Tuesday, April 30: Columbus 2, Boston 1
Machado ss 4 1 3 2 J.Trner 3b 3 0 0 0 Second, Andy Fletcher; Third, Will Little. Jacksonville St. 5, UAB 3 Thursday, May 2: Boston 4, Columbus 1
Tampa Bay 4, Miami 0 Kennesaw St. 11, Georgia Southern 10, 12
Minnesota 4, L.A. Angels 3 Renfroe lf 4 0 0 0 Bllnger rf 4 1 2 3 T_3:06. A_26,747 (38,649). Saturday, May 4: Boston 4, Columbus 3
Hosmer 1b 3 0 1 0 Verdugo cf 4 0 1 0 innings Monday, May 6: Boston 3, Columbus 0
Kansas City 11, Texas 5
Brewers 6, Phillies 1
Today France 3b 3 0 0 0 Seager ss 4 1 2 0 Kentucky 7, Michigan 4 Carolina 4, N.Y. Islanders 0
Toronto 7, San Francisco 3 Liberty 3, Duke 2
Seattle 4, Oakland 3 Myers cf 3 0 0 0 C.Tylor 2b 4 0 1 1 Milwaukee Philadelphia Friday, April 26: Carolina 1, N.Y. Islanders 0, OT
Hedges c 3 0 0 0 A.Brnes c 4 1 0 0 ab r h bi ab r h bi LSU 7, New Orleans 5 Sunday, April 28: Carolina 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
Wednesday’s Games
CYCLING L.A. Angels at Minnesota, 1:10 p.m. Paddack p 2 0 0 0 Kershaw p 2 0 0 0 Cain cf 5 0 1 0 McCtchn lf-cf 4 0 0 0 Maryland 6, James Madison 5 Wednesday, May 1: Carolina 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
Erlin p 0 0 0 0 P.Baez p 0 0 0 0 Yelich rf 4 1 0 0 Segura ss 4 0 2 1 Memphis at UT Martin, ccd. Friday, May 3: Carolina 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
3 p.m. — Tour of California: Stage 4, Baltimore at N.Y. Yankees, 3:05 p.m., 1st game
Toronto at San Francisco, 3:45 p.m. G.Grcia ph 1 0 1 0 K.Jnsen p 0 0 0 0 Braun lf 4 1 1 2 B.Hrper rf 2 0 0 0 Morehead St. 8, Dayton 5 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Warren p 0 0 0 0 Burnes p 0 0 0 0 Hoskins 1b 3 0 0 0 North Carolina 7, High Point 0 St. Louis 4, Dallas 3
Laguna Seca to Morro Bay, Calif., NBCSN Baltimore at N.Y. Yankees, 6:35 p.m., 2nd game
Colorado at Boston, 7:10 p.m. Totals 31 3 7 3 Totals 32 6 8 6 Thames ph-1b 0 0 0 0 Ralmuto c 4 0 0 0 Northwestern St. at Louisiana-Monroe, ccd. Thursday, April 25: St. Louis 3, Dallas 2
San Diego 100 200 000—3 Mstakas 3b 5 1 1 0 C.Hrnan 2b 4 0 1 0 Old Dominion 17, VMI 8
MLB BASEBALL Houston at Detroit, 7:10 p.m.
Los Angeles 004 110 00x—6 Aguilar 1b 3 2 1 0 O.Hrrra cf 1 0 0 0 Presbyterian 11, Georgia St. 7
Saturday, April 27: Dallas 4, St. Louis 2
Monday, April 29: St. Louis 4, Dallas 3
Tampa Bay at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Radford 8, Wake Forest 6
12 p.m. — LA Angels at Minnesota, MLB Texas at Kansas City, 8:15 p.m. E_Machado (3). DP_Los Angeles 3. LOB_San
Diego 2, Los Angeles 5. 2B_F.Reyes (6), Mach-
J.Brnes p 0 0 0 0 A.Davis p 0 0 0 0
Grandal c 4 1 2 3 Gsselin ph 1 0 0 0 South Carolina 1, S.C. Upstate 0
Wednesday, May 1: Dallas 4, St. Louis 2
Thursday’s Games Friday, May 3: Dallas 2, St. Louis 1
3 p.m. — Toronto at San Francisco OR Oakland (Bassitt 1-1) at Detroit (Turnbull 2-2), ado (5), Muncy (4), Seager (11). HR_F.Reyes
(12), Machado (9), Pederson (13), Bellinger (15).
Hiura 2b
Arcia ss
3 0 2 0 E.Grcia p 0 0 0 0
4 0 2 0 S.Rdrig ph 1 0 0 0
Southern Miss. 12, Troy 2
Stetson 6, FIU 4
Sunday, May 5: St. Louis 4, Dallas 1
1:10 p.m. Tuesday, May 7: St. Louis 2, Dallas 1, 2OT
Pittsburgh at Arizona (games joined in Texas (Lynn 4-3) at Kansas City (Bailey 4-3), S_Kershaw (2). Wodruff p 3 0 1 0 Franco 3b 3 0 1 0 Tennessee 15, Tennessee Tech 10
Tulane 11, South Alabama 1, 7 innings
San Jose 4, Colorado 3
1:15 p.m. IP H R ER BB SO Gamel lf 1 0 1 1 Eckhoff p 0 0 0 0 Friday, April 26: San Jose 5, Colorado 2
progress), MLB Baltimore (Straily 1-3) at Cleveland (Bauer 4-2), San Diego N.Wllms lf 3 1 1 0 UCF 13, FAU 10 Sunday, April 28: Colorado 4, San Jose 3
Paddack L,3-2 4 2-3 5 6 3 1 3 Totals 36 6 12 6 Totals 30 1 5 1 UNC Asheville 13, Appalachian St. 7 Tuesday, April 30: San Jose 4, Colorado 2
6 p.m. — TBA, ESPN 6:10 p.m.
Toronto (Stroman 1-6) at Chicago White Sox Erlin 2 1-3 3 0 0 0 1 Milwaukee 032 000 010—6 UNC Greensboro 9, Winthrop 3 Thursday, May 2: Colorado 3, San Jose 0
Warren 1 0 0 0 0 1 Philadelphia 000 000 010—1 Vanderbilt 5, Middle Tennessee 2 Saturday, May 4: San Jose 2, Colorado 1
9 p.m. — San Diego at LA Dodgers OR (Covey 0-2), 8:10 p.m.
Minnesota (Pineda 2-3) at Seattle (Swanson Los Angeles E_Burnes (1). DP_Milwaukee 1, Philadelphia 1. Virginia 8, VCU 7 Monday, May 6: Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT
Kershaw W,3-0 7 5 3 3 1 5 LOB_Milwaukee 8, Philadelphia 8. 2B_Cain (13), W. Carolina 9, E. Kentucky 6
Texas at Kansas City (joined in progress), 1-4), 10:10 p.m.
Baez H,9 1 1 0 0 0 1 Franco (8). HR_Braun (9), Grandal (7). SB_O. MIDWEST
Wednesday, May 8: San Jose 3, Colorado 2
CONFERENCE FINALS
Friday’s Games Cent. Michigan 10, Michigan St. 2
MLB Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Jansen S,13-15 1 1 0 0 0 1
HBP_by Paddack (Turner).
Herrera (1). CS_Cain (3), Arcia (2). S_Eickhoff
(4). Cincinnati 6, N. Kentucky 5
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary)
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore at Cleveland, 7:10 p.m.
NBA BASKETBALL Houston at Boston, 7:10 p.m. Umpires_Home, Alfonso Marquez; First, Scott
Barry; Second, Tripp Gibson; Third, Jansen

Milwaukee
IP H R ER BB SO Creighton 13, Omaha 2
E. Illinois 13, Butler 6
Boston 3, Carolina 0
Oakland at Detroit, 7:10 p.m. Thursday, May 9: Boston 5, Carolina 2
7:30 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, St. Louis at Texas, 8:05 p.m. Visconti. Woodruff W,6-1 6 1 0 0 5 5 Iowa at W. Illinois, ccd.
Louisville 8, Indiana 7, 12 innings
Sunday, May 12: Boston 6, Carolina 2
Toronto at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. T_2:32. A_46,460 (56,000). Burnes 2 2 1 0 0 4 Tuesday, May 14: Boston 2, Carolina 1
TNT Barnes 1 2 0 0 0 1 Marshall 10, Ohio 7 Thursday, May 16: Boston at Carolina, 8 p.m.
Kansas City at L.A. Angels, 10:07 p.m.
Minnesota at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.
Pirates 6, Diamondbacks 2 Philadelphia Milwaukee 5, N. Illinois 3 x-Saturday, May 18: Carolina at Boston, 7:15
NHL HOCKEY Pittsburgh Arizona Eickhoff L,2-2 4 8 5 5 2 2 Notre Dame 12, Northwestern 4 p.m.
7 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: San Jose National League Glance ab r h bi ab r h bi
A.Frzer 2b 4 0 0 0 K.Marte cf 3 0 0 0
Davis
Garcia
3 1 0 0 1 2
2 3 1 1 2 1
Ohio St. 7, Youngstown St. 4
Purdue 4, Xavier 3
x-Monday, May 20: Boston at Carolina, 8 p.m.
All Times EDT x-Wednesday, May 22: Carolina at Boston, 8
S.Marte cf 5 1 3 0 E.Escbr 3b 4 0 1 0 Umpires_Home, Ramon De Jesus; First, Mike S. Illinois 19, Saint Louis 8
at St. Louis, Western Conference Finals,
East Division
W L Pct GB G.Plnco rf 5 1 1 0 D.Prlta lf 4 1 1 0 Everitt; Second, Bill Welke; Third, Lance Barrett. SIU Edwardsville at Illinois St., ccd.
p.m.
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Bell 1b 4 2 2 4 A.Jones rf 4 0 1 1 T_3:11. A_31,533 (43,647). Toledo 13, Fort Wayne 8
Game 3, NBCSN Philadelphia 24 17 .585 —
Me.Cbrr lf 4 1 3 0 Flores 2b 4 0 0 0 Valparaiso 4, Chicago St. 3
San Jose 1, St. Louis 1
Saturday, May 11: San Jose 6, St. Louis 3
SOCCER (MEN’S)
Atlanta
New York
21 21 .500 3½
20 20 .500 3½ Ri.Rdri p 0 0 0 0 C.Wlker 1b 3 0 0 0 Cardinals 14, Braves 3 Wright St. 7, Kent St. 5 Monday, May 13: St. Louis 4, San Jose 2
Washington 16 25 .390 8 Elmore ph 1 0 0 0 Ahmed ss 2 0 0 0 St. Louis Atlanta SOUTHWEST Wednesday, May 15: San Jose at St. Louis, 8
1:55 p.m. — Coppa Italia: Lazio at Ata- Miami 10 30 .250 13½ Feliz p 0 0 0 0 C.Kelly c 3 1 1 1
Moran 3b 4 0 1 0 Weaver p 1 0 0 0
ab r h bi ab r h bi
M.Crpnt 3b 5 1 1 1 Acn Jr. lf-cf 3 0 0 1
Arkansas St. 6, Mississippi 5
Baylor 12, UT Arlington 2, 7 innings
p.m.
Central Division Friday, May 17: San Jose at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
lanta, ESPN2 W L Pct GB El.Diaz c 4 0 0 0 A.Avila ph 1 0 0 0 Gldschm 1b 4 1 1 0 D.Swnsn ss 3 0 0 1 Lamar 10, TCU 5 Sunday, May 19: St. Louis at San Jose, 3 p.m.
Chicago 25 14 .641 — C.Tcker ss 4 1 1 2 Godley p 0 0 0 0 DeJong ss 3 2 1 0 F.Frman 1b 2 0 0 0 Little Rock 5, Cent. Arkansas 1 x-Tuesday, May 21: San Jose at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
7 p.m. — Club Friendly: Chelsea at New Milwaukee 25 19 .568 2½ Msgrove p 2 0 0 0 Swihart ph 1 0 0 0 Ozuna lf 4 2 1 3 Joyce ph 1 0 0 0 Rice 2, Houston 1 x-Thursday, May 23: St. Louis at San Jose, 9
St. Louis 23 19 .548 3½ B.Rynld ph-lf 1 0 0 0 G.Hllnd p 0 0 0 0 Leone p 0 0 0 0 Parsons p 1 0 0 0 Texas 9, Incarnate Word 0 p.m.
England, FS1 Pittsburgh 21 18 .538 4 Totals 38 6 11 6 Totals 30 2 4 2 Grgrson p 0 0 0 0 Venters p 0 0 0 0 Texas A&M-CC at UT Rio Grande Valley, ccd.

Thursday
Cincinnati 18 24 .429 8½
West Division
Pittsburgh
Arizona
001 020 030—6
000 000 011—2
DP_Pittsburgh 1. LOB_Pittsburgh 8, Arizona 3.
J.Mrtin rf 4 0 1 1 Dnldson 3b 2 0 0 0
Gllegos p 0 0 0 0 Mrkakis rf 2 1 0 0
Munoz lf 1 1 1 0 Albies 2b 4 0 0 0
Wichita St. 4, Oral Roberts 2

BYU 10, Utah 3


FAR WEST Transactions

Los Angeles
W L Pct GB
28 16 .636 — 2B_S.Marte 2 (7). HR_Bell 2 (12), C.Tucker (2), Molina c 4 1 2 3 B.McCnn c 4 1 1 0 Nevada 9, Pacific 2 Tuesday’s Moves
COLLEGE BASEBALL Arizona 23 20 .535 4½ C.Kelly (3). Wieters c 1 0 0 0 Incarte cf 0 0 0 0 Oregon 10, Gonzaga 3 BASEBALL
San Diego 22 20 .524 5 IP H R ER BB SO De.Fwlr cf-rf 3 3 2 1 Camargo lf 3 1 1 0 Oregon St. 4, Portland 3 American League
6 p.m. — TBA, ESPNU Colorado 20 21 .488 6½ Pittsburgh Wong 2b 5 2 2 3 Fltynwc p 0 0 0 0 Stanford 7, Cal Poly 1 CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Sent OF Eloy
San Francisco 17 24 .415 9½ Musgrove W,2-4 7 1 0 0 2 5 Flherty p 3 1 1 1 Biddle p 0 0 0 0 Southern Cal 3, Loyola Marymount 2 Jimenez to Charlotte (IL) for a rehab assignment.
6 p.m. — Seton Hall at St. John’s, FS1 Tuesday’s Games Rodriguez 1 1 1 1 0 2 Bader ph-cf 2 0 1 0 Clbrson ph-1b 2 0 1 1 UC Davis 3, San Francisco 2, 10 innings CLEVELAND INDIANS — Placed OF Tyler
Feliz 1 2 1 1 0 2 Totals 39 14 14 13 Totals 27 3 3 3 UC Santa Barbara 9, Pepperdine 4 Naquin on the 10-day IL. Recalled OF Oscar
6 p.m. — Ole Miss at Tennessee, SEC Chicago Cubs 3, Cincinnati 1
Milwaukee 6, Philadelphia 1 Arizona St. Louis 301 160 003—14 UCLA 7, UC Irvine 0 Mercado from Columbus (IL).
Weaver L,3-2 6 7 3 3 2 5 Atlanta 000 030 000—3 Utah Valley 20, Washington St. 13 DETROIT TIGERS — Optioned 3B Harold Cas-
9 p.m. — Long Beach State at Cal N.Y. Mets 6, Washington 2
Godley 2 3 3 3 0 1 DP_St. Louis 1, Atlanta 2. LOB_St. Louis 5, TOURNAMENTS tro to Toledo (IL). Placed RHP Tyson Ross on the
Colorado 5, Boston 4, 11 innings
Holland 1 1 0 0 1 2 Atlanta 5. 2B_M.Carpenter (7), Molina (12). NAIA 10-day IL, retroactive to Saturday. Reinstated 2B
State-Fullerton, ESPNU Tampa Bay 4, Miami 0
Umpires_Home, Lance Barksdale; First, Ted HR_Ozuna (12), Molina (4), De.Fowler (2), Wong Williamsburg Bracket Josh Harrison from the 10-day IL. Recalled RHP
St. Louis 14, Atlanta 3
CYCLING Pittsburgh 6, Arizona 2 Barrett; Second, John Tumpane; Third, Kerwin
Danley.
(5). SF_D.Swanson (5). S_Foltynewicz (1).
IP H R ER BB SO
Lyon 18, Baker 12, Baker eliminated
Indiana Tech 10, Cumberlands (Ky.) 5
Zac Reininger from Toledo.
LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Placed OF Kole
Toronto 7, San Francisco 3
3 p.m. — Tour of California: Stage 5, L.A. Dodgers 6, San Diego 3 T_2:45. A_21,047 (48,519). St. Louis Lyon 11, Mobile 10, 12 innings, Mobile eliminated Calhoun on paternity leave. Recalled INF Luis
Rengifo from Salt Lake (PCL).
Flaherty W,4-3 6 3 3 3 5 6 Kingsport Bracket
Pismo Beach to Ventura, Calif., NBCSN Wednesday’s Games
Pittsburgh at Arizona, 3:40 p.m.
Royals 11, Rangers 5 Gallegos 1 0 0 0 0 2 Campbellsville 11, Marian (Ind.) 8, Marian elim- NEW YORK YANKEES — Added OF Mike
Texas Kansas City Leone 1 0 0 0 1 2 inated Tauchman as 26th man for Wednesday’s dou-
Toronto at San Francisco, 3:45 p.m.
GOLF Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati, 6:40 p.m.
ab r h bi ab r h bi Gregerson 1 0 0 0 0 1 Webber International 1, Tennessee Wesleyan 0 bleheader. Acquired 1B/DH Kendrys Morales
Choo lf 4 1 0 0 Mrrfeld rf 4 3 3 1 Atlanta Madonna 5, Campbellsville 4, Campbellsville and cas considerations from the Oakland Ath-
12 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: PGA Champi- Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets at Washington, 7:05 p.m.
Andrus ss 4 1 1 1 N.Lopez 2b 4 1 1 1 Foltynewicz L,0-3 4 2-3 7 8 8 3 4 eliminated letics for a player to be named later or cash
Guzman 1b 1 0 0 0 Mondesi ss 5 0 1 1 Biddle 1-3 4 3 3 1 0 Lawrenceville Bracket considerations.
onship, first round, Farmingdale, N.Y., TNT Colorado at Boston, 7:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Miami, 7:10 p.m.
Pence dh 5 0 0 0 A.Grdon lf 5 2 2 2 Parsons 3 1 0 0 2 2 Indiana Southeast 5, St. Xavier 4, SXU elimi- SEATTLE MARINERS — Sent 3B Kyle Seager
Gallo cf 4 0 2 2 H.Dzier 3b 5 2 2 3 Venters 1 2 3 3 1 0 nated and LHP Wade LeBlanc to Tacoma (PCL) for
MLB BASEBALL St. Louis at Atlanta, 7:20 p.m. A.Cbrra 3b 4 0 0 0 Soler dh 5 1 3 2 WP_Biddle. Georgia Gwinnett 12 Georgetown (Ky.) 2 rehab assignments.
San Diego at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Mazara rf 4 0 2 0 O’Hearn 1b 5 0 1 1
12 p.m. — Milwaukee at Philadelphia OR Thursday’s Games Odor 2b 3 2 2 0 Mldnado c 1 0 0 0
Umpires_Home, Dan Iassogna; First, Sam
Holbrook; Second, Manny Gonzalez; Third,
Indiana Southeast 10, Union (Ky.) 5, Union (Ky.)
eliminated
TAMPA BAY RAYS — Sent RHP Hunter Wood to
Charlotte (FSL) for a rehab assignment.
Milwaukee (Davies 4-0) at Philadelphia (Eflin
Oakland at Detroit, MLB 5-3), 1:05 p.m.
Frsythe 1b-ss 4 1 3 2 B.Hmltn cf 3 2 1 0
Knr-Flf c 4 0 0 0
Jim Wolf.
T_3:00. A_23,718 (41,149).
Macon Bracket
Middle Georgia St. 11, Huntington 2, Huntington
National League
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Optioned RHP
N.Y. Mets (Wheeler 3-2) at Washington (San-
5:30 p.m. — Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati chez 0-6), 1:05 p.m.
Totals
Texas
37 5 10 5 Totals
004 000 010—5
37 11 14 11
Rays 4, Marlins 0 eliminated Jon Duplantier to Reno (PCL). Recalled RHP
Chicago Cubs (Quintana 4-2) at Cincinnati (Cas- Southeastern (Fla.) 7, Rio Grande 2 Jimmie Sherfy from Reno.
OR St. Louis at Atlanta (7 p.m.), MLB tillo 4-1), 6:40 p.m.
Kansas City 360 000 20x—11 Tampa Bay Miami Middle Georgia St. 8, British Columbia 0, British ATLANTA BRAVES — Optioned RHP Kyle
LOB_Texas 7, Kansas City 8. 2B_Gallo 2 (7), ab r h bi ab r h bi Columbia eliminated Wright to Gwinnett (IL).
9 p.m. — Pittsburgh at San Diego OR St. Louis (Wainwright 3-3) at Atlanta (Teheran
2-4), 7:20 p.m.
Odor 2 (4), Forsythe 2 (9), Merrifield 2 (10), Y.Diaz 3b 5 1 2 0 Berti cf 4 0 1 0 Miami Gardens Bracket COLORADO ROCKIES — Optioned 2B Garrett
A.Gordon (12), H.Dozier (8), Soler 2 (12), Pham lf 3 2 1 0 Bri.And 3b 4 0 1 0 Thomas (Ga.) 11, Bryan 10, Bryan eliminated Hampson to Albuquerque (PCL). Recalled INF
Minnesota at Seattle, MLB Pittsburgh (Williams 2-1) at San Diego (Lauer
2-4), 10:10 p.m.
O’Hearn (6). 3B_Forsythe (1). SB_A.Gordon (1). Dan.Rbr 2b-ss 3 0 0 0 N.Wlker 1b 4 0 2 0 St. Thomas (Fla.) 7 William Jessup 3 Pat Valaika from Albuquerque.
CS_Merrifield (4). Av.Grci rf 4 1 3 3 S.Cstro 2b 4 0 1 0 Talladega 8, Thomas (Ga.) 0, Thomas (Ga.) LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Sent LHP Caleb
NBA BASKETBALL Friday’s Games IP H R ER BB SO d’Arnud c 3 0 0 0 Cooper rf 3 0 0 0 elimated Ferguson to Oklahoma City (PCL) for a rehab
Chicago Cubs at Washington, 7:05 p.m. Texas Meadows ph 0 0 0 0 Alfaro c 3 0 0 0
2 p.m. — NBA Draft Combine: From Colorado at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. Miller L,1-3 1 2-3 7 8 8 2 1 Bemboom c 1 0 0 0 H.Rmrez lf 3 0 1 0
Henderson Bracket
Texas Wesleyan 7, Clarke 6, 10 innings, Clarke
assignment.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Placed 3B Travis
L.A. Dodgers at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m. Huang 1 1-3 2 1 1 2 1 Krmaier cf 3 0 1 1 Rojas ss 3 0 0 0
Chicago, Ill., ESPN2 N.Y. Mets at Miami, 7:10 p.m. Dowdy 2 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 Adames ss 3 0 0 0 C.Smith p 2 0 0 0
eliminated
Oklahoma Wesleyan 8, Freed-Hardeman 3
Shaw on the 10-day IL. Designated INF/OF Cory
Spangenberg for assignment. Selected the con-
Milwaukee at Atlanta, 7:20 p.m.
8 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, ESPN St. Louis at Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Jurado
Martin
2 1-3 4 2 2 0 0
1-3 0 0 0 0 0
B.Lowe ph-2b 1 0 0 0 N.Andrs p 0 0 0 0
Choi 1b 4 0 1 0 Gerrero p 0 0 0 0
Texas Wesleyan 2, Concordia (Neb.) 1, Concor- tract of 2B Keston Hiura from San Antonio (PCL).
San Francisco at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. dia (Neb.) eliminated Sent RHP Chase Anderson to San Antonio for a
NHL HOCKEY Pittsburgh at San Diego, 10:10 p.m.
Kansas City Morton p 2 0 0 0 Romo p 0 0 0 0 Montgomery Bracket rehab assignment.
Duffy W,2-1 5 7 4 4 1 6 Vlzquez ph 1 0 0 0 Grndrsn ph 1 0 0 0 Hope International 16, Jarvis Christian 9, JCC PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Placed RHP
7 p.m. — NHL Playoff: Boston at Caroli- Mariners 4, Athletics 3 Lovelady 0 2 0 0 0 0 Pagan p 0 0 0 0 Kinley p 0 0 0 0 eliminated Edubray Ramos on the 10-day IL. Recalled
Oakland Seattle Barlow 2 0 0 0 0 2 D.Cstll p 0 0 0 0 Faulkner 10, Central Methodist 5 LHP Austin Davis from Lehigh Valley (IL). Sent
na, Eastern Conference Finals, Game 4, ab r h bi ab r h bi Diekman 1 1 1 1 1 3 Heredia ph 1 0 0 0 Hope International 10, Olivet Nazarene 5, Olivet 2B Scott Kingery to Lakewood (SAL) for a rehab
Boxberger 1 0 0 0 0 1 Roe p 0 0 0 0 Nazarene eliminated assignment.
NBCSN Semien ss 3 0 1 0 Haniger cf 3 1 1 2
Profar 2b 3 0 0 0 Do.Sntn lf 4 0 1 0 Lovelady pitched to 2 batters in the 6th Totals 34 4 8 4 Totals 31 0 6 0 Shreveport Bracket SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Designated C
HBP_by Huang (Merrifield), by Dowdy (Maldona- Tampa Bay 010 001 011—4 Columbia (Mo.) 15, LSU Shreveport 12, LSUS Erik Kratz for assignment.
SOCCER (MEN’S) Pinder ph-2b
M.Chpmn 3b
1 0 0 0 Encrnco 1b 4 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 Vglbach dh 4 1 1 1 do). WP_Huang 2, Dowdy. Miami 000 000 000—0 eliminated WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Signed RHP
Umpires_Home, Jeff Kellogg; First, Brian O’No- DP_Tampa Bay 2, Miami 1. LOB_Tampa Bay 10,
9 p.m. — MLS: FC Dallas at Los Angeles K.Davis dh 4 0 0 0 Healy 3b 3 0 1 0
ra; Second, James Hoye; Third, Mark Ripperger. Miami 4. HR_Av.Garcia (7). CS_Pham (3).
Bellevue 6, York (Neb.) 1
Columbia (Mo.) 5, Oklahoma City 4, Oklahoma
Michael Blazek to a minor league contract. Sent
SS Trea Turner to Potomac (Carolina) for a rehab
M.Olson 1b 4 0 0 0 Bruce rf 4 0 0 0
FC, ESPN2 Pscotty rf 3 1 2 0 T.Bckhm 2b 3 1 2 1 T_3:24. A_19,410 (37,903).
Tampa Bay
IP H R ER BB SO City eliminated assignment.
Santa Barbara Bracket FOOTBALL
SOCCER (WOMEN’S)
Lureano cf 3 1 0 0 D.Grdon pr-2b 0 0 0 0
Grssman lf 3 1 2 1 T.Mrphy c 3 0 1 0
Rockies 5, Red Sox 4, Morton W,4-0 6 3 0 0 0 5 Westmont 7, Jamestown 3, Jamestown elimi- National Football League
Pagan H,2 1 1 0 0 0 1
7 p.m. — International Friendly: U.S. vs. Canha ph 1 0 0 0 J.Crwfr ss 2 1 0 0
Phegley c 4 0 1 0
11 innings Castillo H,10 1 1 0 0 0 2
nated
Science & Arts (Okla.) 11, Antelope Valley 2
CAROLINA PANTHERS — Claimed TE Temar-
rick Hemingway off waivers from Denver.
Colorado Boston Roe 1 1 0 0 0 0 DENVER BRONCOS — Placed OL Nico Falah
Totals 33 3 6 1 Totals 30 4 7 4 Westmont 9, Arizona Christian 0, Arizona Chris-
New Zealand, St. Louis, Mo., ESPN2 Oakland 000 020 100—3

Blckmon rf
ab r h bi ab r h bi
5 1 1 2 Bnntndi lf 6 0 0 0
Miami tian eliminated on injured reserve. Signed LB Justin Hollins to a
Smith L,3-1 5 1-3 4 2 2 2 8 four-year contract.
5:50 a.m. (Friday) — UEFA Women’s Un- Seattle 020 020 00x—4

der-17 Championship Soccer: The Final,


E_T.Beckham (12), D.Gordon (3). DP_Seattle 1.
LOB_Oakland 6, Seattle 5. 2B_Piscotty (8), T.
Story ss

M.Rynld 1b
5 2 1 0 Betts cf 5 0 0 0
Arenado 3b 4 1 1 2 Mrtinez rf 5 1 2 1
5 0 2 1 Bgaerts ss 3 0 1 0
Anderson
Guerrero
Romo
2-3 1 0 0 0 1
1 0 0 0 0 1
1 0 1 1 4 2
Hockey HOUSTON TEXANS — Waived LB Dexter
Wright. Signed RB Taiwan Jones.
INDIAIAPOLIS COLTS — Signed DE Dadi
Teams TBD, ESPNU
Beckham (12). HR_Haniger (11), Vogelbach (11),
T.Beckham (8). CS_Semien (3), Do.Santana (1).
Tapia lf 5 0 0 0 Devers 3b 5 2 1 1 Kinley 1 3 1 1 1 2 NHL Playoff Glance Nicolas. Waived CB Jamal Peters with an injury
Desmond dh 3 0 0 0 Chavis 2b 5 1 2 1 WP_Castillo. \All Times EDT settlement.
IP H R ER BB SO D.Mrphy ph-dh 1 0 0 0 Pearce 1b 3 0 0 0 FIRST ROUND
Oakland Umpires_Home, Gerry Davis; First, Pat Hoberg; MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Signed OL Garrett
Dahl cf 4 0 0 0 Mreland ph-1b 2 0 1 1 Second, Greg Gibson; Third, Brian Knight. (Best-of-7) Bradbury.
Friday Anderson L,4-3 6 6 4 4 1 5
Hendriks 1 1-3 1 0 0 1 2
Innetta c
Valaika 2b
4 1 1 0 E.Nunez dh 4 0 1 0
2 0 0 0 Leon c 3 0 0 0
T_2:52. A_6,306 (36,742). EASTERN CONFERENCE
Columbus 4, Tampa Bay 0
NEW YORK GIANTS — Signed OT Mike Rem-
mers.
AUTO RACING
Buchter
Seattle
2-3 0 0 0 1 2 McMahon ph-2b 1 0 0 0 Brdly J ph 0 0 0 0 Astros 11, Tigers 4 Wednesday, April 10: Columbus 4, Tampa Bay 3 NEW YORK JETS — Claimed WR Xavier Ubosi
C.Vazqz c 1 0 1 0 Houston Detroit Friday, April 12: Columbus 5, Tampa Bay 1 and OT Calvin Anderson from the New England
Leake W,3-4 6 2-3 5 3 1 1 6 Totals 39 5 6 5 Totals 42 4 9 4
3:30 p.m. — NASCAR Gander Outdoor Gearrin 0 1 0 0 1 0 Colorado 000 000 220 01—5

Sprnger cf
ab r h bi ab r h bi
3 3 2 1 Goodrum lf 3 0 1 0
Sunday, April 14: Columbus 3, Tampa Bay 1
Tuesday, April 16: Columbus 7, Tampa Bay 3
Patriots. Waived WR DeAngelo Yancey and OT
Elias S,5-5 2 1-3 0 0 0 1 5 Dieugot Joseph.
Truck Series: Charlotte qualifying, Char- Gearrin pitched to 2 batters in the 7th
Boston 012 000 010 00—4
E_Arenado 2 (3). DP_Colorado 2. LOB_Colo-
Stassi 1b 1 0 0 0 Dixon dh 4 0 1 0
Bregman 3b 5 2 1 0 Cstllns rf 4 1 1 0
Boston 4, Toronto 3
Thursday, April 11: Toronto 4, Boston 1
TENNESSEE TITANS — Waived WR Devin
Umpires_Home, Fieldin Cubreth; First, Paul Ross.
lotte, N.C., FS1 Nauert; Second, CB Bucknor; Third, D.J. Rey-
rado 3, Boston 9. 2B_M.Reynolds (4), Iannetta
(5), E.Nunez (2). HR_Blackmon (9), Arenado
Brntley lf 5 1 2 2 Mi.Cbrr 1b 2 1 0 0 Saturday, April 13: Boston 4, Toronto 1 Canadian Football League
Correa ss 5 2 2 3 Joh.Hck 1b 1 0 0 0 Monday, April 15: Toronto 3, Boston 2 SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS — Re-
5 p.m. — NASCAR Monster Energy Cup burn.
T_2:37. A_11,365 (47,943).
(11), Martinez (8), Devers (3), Chavis (7). SB_E. Gurriel 1b 4 0 1 1 Ro.Rdri ss 4 1 2 3 Wednesday, April 17: Boston 6, Toronto 4 leased P Josh Bartel. Signed P Jon Ryan to a
Nunez (4). Kemp 2b-cf 1 1 1 0 J.Hrrsn 2b 4 0 0 0 Friday, April 19: Toronto 2, Boston 1 one-year contract.
Series: qualifying, Charlotte, N.C., FS1 Blue Jays 7, Giants 3 IP H R ER BB SO A.Diaz 2b-1b-2b 3 1 2 3 G.Bckhm 3b 3 1 1 0 Sunday, April 21: Boston 4, Toronto 2 HOCKEY
Colorado R.Chrns c 4 0 0 0 Greiner c 3 0 0 0 Tuesday, April 23: Boston 5, Toronto 1
7:30 p.m. — NASCAR Gander Outdoor Toronto San Francisco
ab r h bi ab r h bi
Freeland 6 5 3 3 3 7 White dh 5 0 0 0 J.Jones cf 3 0 1 1 Carolina 4, Washington 3
National Hockey League
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS — Signed president
Shaw 1 0 0 0 0 0 Reddick rf 5 1 3 0 Thursday, April 11: Washington 4, Carolina 2
Truck Series: North Carolina Education Sogard 2b 4 1 2 0 Panik 2b 4 1 1 0 Oberg BS,1 1 2 1 0 0 0 Totals 41 11 14 10 Totals 31 4 7 4 Saturday, April 13: Washington 4, Carolina 3, OT
Brendan Shanahan to a six-year contract exten-
sion through 2024-25.
Grrr Jr 3b 4 2 3 4 Duggar rf 5 0 0 0 Estevez 1 1 0 0 1 1
Lottery 200, Charlotte, N.C., FS1 Smoak 1b 3 0 0 1 Sndoval 3b 3 1 1 2 Houston 331 111 010—11 Monday, April 15: Carolina 5, Washington 0 ECHL
Dunn W,1-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Detroit 001 102 000—4 Thursday, April 18: Carolina 2, Washington 1 READING ROYALS — Named John Ginder busi-
Grichuk rf 4 1 1 0 Belt 1b 3 0 0 0
CYCLING Galvis ss 5 1 1 1 Vogt c 4 0 0 0
Davis S,7-7 1 1 0 0 0 1 E_G.Beckham (2). DP_Houston 2. LOB_Hous- Saturday, April 20: Washington 6, Carolina 0 ness development manager.
Boston ton 9, Detroit 5. 2B_Brantley (11), Reddick 2 Monday, April 22: Carolina 5, Washington 2
3 p.m. — Tour of California: Stage 6, On- McKnney lf 4 0 1 1 Pillar cf 3 1 1 0 Sale 7 3 2 2 0 17 (6), Ro.Rodriguez (8). 3B_Correa (1), Kemp (2), Wednesday, April 24: Carolina 4, Washington
OLYMPIC SPORTS
Jo.Dvis cf 5 0 0 0 B.Crwfr ss 4 0 0 0 U.S. SKI & SNOWBOARD — Announced the
tario to Mt. Baldy, Calif. (taped), NBCSN D.Jnsen c 3 0 0 0 Wllmson lf 3 0 2 1
Workman BS,1 1 2 2 2 0 2 G.Beckham (2). HR_Springer (16), Correa (10), 3, 2OT retirement of aerials coach Todd Ossian. Named
Barnes 2 0 0 0 0 5 A.Diaz (5), Ro.Rodriguez (6). SF_A.Diaz (3), New York Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 0
GOLF Thrnton p 3 2 2 0 Vincent p 0 0 0 0 Brasier L,2-2 1 1 1 1 2 0 J.Jones (1). Wednesday, April 10: N.Y. Islanders 4, Pitts-
Emily Cook interim aerials coach.
SOCCER
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12 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: PGA Champi- T.Hrnan ph 1 0 0 0 Gott p 0 0 0 0
Estevez pitched to 1 batter in the 10th IP H R ER BB SO burgh 3, OT Major League Soccer
Umpires_Home, Dan Bellino; First, Sean Barber; Houston Friday, April 12: N.Y. Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 1
onship, second round, Farmingdale, N.Y., Mayza p 0 0 0 0 Austin ph 1 0 0 0 Second, Larry Vanover; Third, Dave Rackley. Miley W,4-2 6 7 4 4 2 5 Sunday, April 14: N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 1
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION — Named
Bruce Arena sporting director and coach.
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Twins 4, Angels 3 Detroit Dallas 4, Nashville 2
EARLHAM — Named Joe Scheuers men’s bas-
ketball coach.
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Carpenter L,0-2 4 9 8 7 3 5 Wednesday, April 10: Dallas 3, Nashville 2 MEMPHIS — Announced the resignation of ath-
Farmer 2 3 2 2 1 3 Saturday, April 13: Nashville 2, Dallas 1, OT
Baltimore, Md., NBCSN Totals 36 7 10 7 Totals
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letic director Tom Bowen. Named Allie Prescott
interim athletic director.
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College golf

Clegg, Pichaikool play Into


regional Top 15 Tuesday
From Special Reports over par for the event.
“I thought we got off to the start that
SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. – Freshman we needed to in order for us to make a
Ford Clegg and junior Peng Pichaikool move today,” Smith said. “We made the
collected a combined five birdies on the turn and had all five guys in it. Unfortu-
first four holes of the University of Louis- nately, we made too many little mistakes
ville Golf Club course on Tuesday. that ultimately cost us the round we
Now 1-under par for the week, the two needed. We need to own what happened
players sit tied for 11th at the NCAA Lou- today and grow from it.”
isville Regional. Following Wednesday’s final round,
Clegg battled his way to a 2-under 69 the best five teams and the best individ-
in the second round, shooting as well as ual not on the five advancing teams will
4-under par through 15. Pichaikool start- qualify for NCAA Championship play.
ed hot and carded four birdies through MSU sits 14 strokes behind fifth place,
his first seven holes on his way to a 70. while Clegg and Pichaikool have a five-
Pichaikool has yet to shoot over par at shot gap between themselves and the
Aaron Cornia/Mississippi State Athletics
Freshman pitcher Brandon Smith gave up no runs on three hits in his start against the par-71, 7,217-yard University of Lou- projected individual qualifier.
Louisiana Tech at Dudy Noble Field on Tuesday. isville Golf Club through five rounds State will begin round three play

MSU
played there this season. Wednesday at 7:55 a.m. from the 10th
“Peng and Ford did a great job of giv- hole tee. Live results will be available via
ing us some under par rounds that we Golfstat.com.
Continued from Page 1B really needed,” MSU men’s golf coach “There will be no quit in this team,”
came on in relief of Smith. James, who Dusty Smith said. Smith said. “Tomorrow is a huge oppor-
has flirted with being both the No. 3 and DAWG NOTES: As a team, MSU shot a 7-over 291,
three strokes better than Monday’s first
tunity for us, and we look forward to the
4 starter this season, allowed one run on Senior outfielder Elijah MacNa- challenge.”
four hits in three innings of work. mee was spotted on crutches pre- round. Once again, the Bulldogs found Auburn remains the leader with
Senior Marshall Gilbert opened the game. MacNamee is nursing a foot success on holes one through nine but an eight-stroke advantage, while Iowa
MSU scoring against Louisiana Tech injury he aggravated during Sunday’s struggled on the back side of the course. State’s Tripp Kinney sits atop the player
(32-21, 15-12 C-USA) with a two-run sec- game against No. 15 Ole Miss in Ox- State finished the day tied for 9th and 17- leaderboard at 8-under par.
ond inning home run to right field, his ford. Lemonis said he’s expected to
fifth of the season. miss two weeks.

Heritage
“I was sitting fastball the entire way Freshman pitcher Eric Cerantola
looking for something out over the made his first appearance since April
plate,” he said. “And when he got it out 3. He surrendered one run on two hits
over the plate I just put a good swing on in 0.1 innings of work. Continued from Page 1B
it like (hitting coach Jake) Gautreau has
always been telling us to do all year.”
“I even told (Cerantola) after the
game I know they hit a ball but the
The Patriots will turn
to junior Blayze Berry to
“Blayze is not just a pitcher or a
Gilbert notched another RBI in the
fifth with an infield single to third base.
reality is if he’s in the zone he’s going
to pitch cause his stuff is really good,”
start game one. A utility
player by trade, Berry
shortstop, he’s a ballplayer. He thinks
He now has multi-hit games in four of the Lemonis said. has appeared at shortstop
and pitcher this season.
like a coach on the field. He really
past six games.
Sophomore Rowdey Jordan added sees the results and knows that with the He boasts a 1.05 ERA and
.885 WHIP on the year.
studies the game and knows how to
two more runs to the MSU ledger with a results it’s going to help the team and at
2-RBI double in the third. Junior Dustin the same time the individual stats will “Blayze is not just a attack hitters.”
Skelton, who slid into the designated show at the end.” pitcher or a shortstop, he’s
hitter slot Tuesday, plated Jordan on the MSU now turns its attention to its fi- a ballplayer,” Flake said. Heritage Academy head baseball coach Justin Flake
ensuing at-bat with an RBI single to left nal regular season series against South “He thinks like a coach on
field. Carolina. The Gamecocks (27-25, 7-20 the field. He really studies “I just told the kids that the program’s first ap-
Freshman catcher Luke Hancock was SEC) enter Thursday’s game at Dudy the game and knows how was a really good oppor- pearance in the state fi-
also productive in just his seventh start Noble Field after escaping a Tuesday to attack hitters.” tunity where it ended last nals since 1994.
of the season. Sparing Skelton’s legs contest against South Carolina-Upstate Heritage began its year, had a chance to be- “It’s all relative,” Flake
behind the plate, he finished the night 1-0. playoff run with a re- gin there this year and I said of what a champion-
2-for-3 with an RBI single in the fifth The Bulldogs are one game out of first match of last season’s
thought that was really a ship would mean. “Once
inning. Hancock now has hits his past place in the Southeastern Conference North State Champion-
ship Series with Indianola cool starting point for our the kids start experienc-
three appearances and boosted his bat- West Division behind No. 4 Arkansas. run.” ing success they don’t
ting average to .423. The Razorbacks take on No. 16 Texas Academy — a matchup it
lost in 2018. The Patriots If Heritage takes the want to settle for anything
Sophomore Justin Foscue also contin- A&M in College Station this weekend.
ued his wildly productive campaign with “South Carolina is coming in here and avenged last season’s de- series it would mark the less. They expect to win
a 3-for-4, two-run night. playing for a lot,” Lemonis said. “This is feat, sweeping the Colo- school’s first-ever base- and it’s just great for the
“Everybody is out there grinding at- a storied program in the SEC, so it’s just nels in two games. ball state title. It is also culture.”
bats,” Gilbert said. “And it’s because ev- good players everywhere. Some years
eryone in the lineup, one through nine, it’s just a little tough luck, but we’ve got
buys into what we’re trying to do and to come in and be ready to play.”

MUW
Continued from Page 1B
five hits. but would not hold the strikeouts.
Watts was perfect at lead for long. The Owls dominated
the plate with a 3-for-3 In the fifth, The W the field with two high
appearance for one RBI scored four runs Leon scoring innings.
and one run while Megan “Trey” Petite came home The W racked up four
James saw a 3-for-4 ap- on a bases-loaded walk runs in the first with Pe-
pearance with two RBIs. and RJ Cox, Johndavid tite scoring the first run
The Owls advance to Birdsong, and Ford ran on a passed ball, Ford
the semi-finals round of home on an error in right scoring on a ground out,
the tournament and will field. Benefield coming home
take on No. 1 seed Cleary The Owls added three on a single by Birdsong,
University today. The first more runs in the sixth to and Birdsong scoring on
pitch is set for 1 p.m. CT. close out the game. Pe- a sacrifice fly.
For the latest on the US- tite scored on an error, In the third inning, se-
CAA Small College World Ford scored on another nior Prince Tolbert was
series visit smallcollege- double from Benefield, credited with his second
worldseries.com. and Chase Norsworthy RBI of the day with a sin-
collected a run on a Jones gle that scored Birdsong.
BASEBALL single. The Owls extend-
The Owls baseball On the mound, The ed their lead to 9-0 in
team proved that they W sent out USCAA the fourth when Petite
were the team to watch All-American RJ Dell. doubled allowing Reese
with 9-4 victories over The junior from Mem- Wagner to score. It was
both Penn State Univer- phis, Tennessee pitched followed by a single from
sity-Mont Alto and Selma 5 innings with four runs, Benefield to score Petite.
University in day two of seven hits, and three Then, Benefield came
the USCAA Small College strikeouts. home on an error. Bird-
World Series. Relieving Dell, Court- song came home on a
In game one of the day, lan Frost pitched 2 in- wild pitch for the last run
the Owls scored big in nings for one strikeout in the inning.
late innings to come from and three hits against. On the mound, Peters
behind and defeat the No. Benefield led the Owls tired in the seventh to
8 seed Mont Alto. at the plate with a 3-for- allow four runs but John
The W broke the scor- 4 appearance including David Topik took over
ing seal early in the first two doubles for two RBIs. pitching duties to stop the
with Heath Ford scoring Jones also collected two bleeding and close the
on a single to right field RBIs for The W while game with The W on top
from Brandon Jones. Ford led the Owls with 9-4.
The Lions answered four runs. Utility play- Birdsong had a great
with two runs in the sec- er Wills Peters took the game offensively with a
ond but the Owls tied the mound for the second 2-for-4 appearance for one
game after Damain Bene- time during the Small Col- RBI and three runs. Pe-
field doubled to right field lege World Series in the tite also performed well
to allow another run by Owls victory over Selma. with a 2-for-4 appearance
Ford. The Tallassee, Alabama, including one double for
Mont Alto scored two native started the game one RBI and two runs.
additional runs in the to pitch 6 innings for four The Owls return to ac-
fourth to pull ahead 4-2 runs, five hits, and nine tion today at 11:30 a.m.

Cooks
Continued from Page 1B
the Spartans this past year’s recruiting class as 13.9 points and 8.7 re-
season, starting eight. freshman Rickea Jack- bounds as a sophomore
She averaged 9.5 points, son, the No. 9 player in at Cochise Community
4.5 rebounds and one as- the class of 2019, will join College in Arizona. She
sist in 19.4 minutes per the program this sum- will be tasked with less-
game. mer. ening the void at center
With the arrival of Junior college trans- left by the departed Teai-
Cooks, MSU now boasts fer Yemiyah Morris also ra McCowan — the No. 3
two former McDonald’s joined the Bulldogs this overall pick in the 2019
All-Americans in this spring. Morris averaged WNBA Draft.
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College baseball

Breaux’s home run powers Alabama baseball past Samford, 4-2, on Tuesday
From Special Reports first inning weren’t great, but the guys nity, sending a sacrifice fly to center to Randolph (3-2) got the win thanks
kept grinding and busted it open late.” even things up at two apiece. to 1.1 scoreless frames highlighted by
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A two-run Samford was first on the board on “I was really pleased with the hustle three strikeouts. The graduate followed
home run from Joe Breaux powered Ala- Tuesday, using a pair of solo home runs plays – Kolby (Robinson) scoring from a threesome of relievers in junior Casey
bama baseball to a 4-2 win over Samford in the third to take a 2-0 lead. The two second on a wild pitch, and then Tyler Cobb, freshman Jacob McNairy and red-
on Tuesday evening at Sewell-Thomas teams then went scoreless until the sev- (Gentry) on the popup in the infield, he shirt junior Kyle Cameron, who all com-
Stadium. The win helps the Crimson enth when Alabama got its first run. A just hustled right out of the box,” Bohan- bined to limit Samford to only two hits
Tide complete the season sweep of Sam- sharp liner to second gave Kolby Rob- non added. “It’s very rare in our game through 6.0 frames. Breaux tied for the
ford and improves UA to 30-23 overall, inson a leadoff single and a wild pitch that you get rewarded for doing things team lead in hits with a 2-for-4 evening
including a final mark of 23-3 in non-con- moved the junior shortstop into scoring the right way, and it was really nice to
that included a team-high two RBI to go
ference action during the regular sea- position. Then, with two down, a wild see those two guys on our team get re-
with a run scored. Also contributing two
son. pitch got lost behind home plate, allow- warded for playing so hard.”
hits was junior Brett Auerbach who fin-
“This was an awesome win for us to- ing Robinson to come all the way around One batter later, Breaux sent a ball
night, and I’m really proud of our team ished 2-for-4.
from second to cut the lead in half at 2-1. over the visitor’s bullpen in right-center
for their collective effort,” said Alabama Alabama then took the lead in the for the go-ahead, two-run home run to Next up for Alabama is a trip to Ath-
head coach Brad Bohannon. “The pitch- eighth. On a popup from Tyler Gentry give the Crimson Tide the lead. The se- ens to square off with sixth-ranked
ing was outstanding. I thought Garret that went into no-man’s land behind the nior’s home run came in his last at-bat Georgia from Thursday through Satur-
(Rukes) got us off to a good start. Ob- mound, the sophomore hustled out of at The Joe. The bullpen continued its day. The Crimson Tide and Bulldogs are
viously, the bullpen was just awesome the box to make it to second with the ball dominance in the ninth, with graduate scheduled for a 6 p.m. CT first pitch in
with six shutout innings. We had some going uncaught. A single in the next at- Jeremy Randolph shutting the Bulldogs games one and two followed by a 1 p.m.
good defensive plays, highlighted by Joe bat from freshman Drew Williamson put down in order 1-2-3 to push the Crimson CT start in the series finale on Saturday.
(Breaux) making that diving catch out runners on the corners for T.J. Reeves. Tide to 30 wins on the season for the Fans can catch all three games live on
there. The quality of our at-bats after the The freshman delivered on the opportu- first time since 2016. SEC Network+.­

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EAR ABBY: recipes, there are of 8-inch springform pan.
Years ago, tips on entertain- 3. In a large bowl, beat
you pub- ing, and anyone cream cheese, eggs, sugar
lished a recipe for who hasn’t en- and vanilla until smooth. Pour
cheesecake, which tertained before mixture over prepared crust.
you said was very should be sure 4. Bake at 350 degrees for
good. Well, it was to read them. 50 minutes (until center is set).
not only “good” — By following the 5. Remove from oven and
it was TERRIFIC. suggestions, even spread sour cream on top of
As a native New the most nervous cheesecake. Return to oven and
Yorker, I know first-time host or bake an additional 5 minutes.
cheesecake. hostess can be 6. Remove from oven and
ZITS I have moved confident. allow to cool. Spread desired
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to oblige. My mother made 1 1/2 cups graham cracker sour cream is at room tempera-
it — with either cherry or crumbs ture when you spread it on.
blueberry topping — and I have 1/2 cup butter, melted (1 DEAR ABBY: I am a senior
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Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (May TAURUS (April 20-May 20). actually do anything useful.
15). You’ll go into this solar To some extent, every interac- LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
return with the praise of your tion is a show-and-tell situation. There’s no benefit to rushing
peers, which feels fantastic but Those who are aware of what in or hurrying through. You’ll
is not enough to get you where they bring to the table are much only go the same distance but
you want to go. You’re bound for more effective than those who have less to show for it. Take in
greatness. So you risk more and bring things like complaints and the sights; talk to the people;
make excellent mistakes. The ego displays. mosey along at the strolling
universe will be your construc- GEMINI (May 21-June 21). pace that will allow you to fully
tive critic, and you’ve the stellar Anyone who is afraid of humor breathe in this day.
attitude to use the notes to be- is afraid of being revealed as VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
come brilliant. Libra and Cancer vulnerable (even though vulner- It’s good that people see what
BABY BLUES adore you. Your lucky numbers ability is a given for all living you do and want something
are: 7, 22, 1, 40 and 19. creatures). You’re funny whether out of you, so long as they are
ARIES (March 21-April 19). these types laugh or not. willing to do a fair trade for your
You’ve key information to im- CANCER (June 22-July 22). offerings. Many won’t under-
part, and no one knows it better The spiritually small will search stand. They have to be taught
than you. There’s a temptation for reasons to be mad at other what a fair price is.
to elaborate, but resist. You people. Condemning others LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
will only lose or confuse your is the lazy man’s ego food. It In the past you’ve assumed that
audience. You’ll be respected makes him feel bigger and more people around you knew what
for staying on point. important without having to they were doing. It turns out
that wasn’t always the case.
Now you check things out before
taking people at their word, and
this will prevent trouble today.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
BEETLE BAILEY 21). Ordinary things can be-
come sacred once they’ve been
infused with sacred energy.
Full-on wars have been started
over things as ordinary as a
wooden bucket. As for your own
ordinary/sacred item: Protect it
well today.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Learning other views isn’t
for nosey people — busybodies
learn everyone’s dirt from their
fixed, and often judgmental,
point of view. It takes a remark-
able sort of intelligence to really
MALLARD FILLMORE understand another person.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Many who would like to
reach a state of joy and open-
ness of mind will try shortcuts.
They might work, but they create
dependencies, and they teach
nothing. The long path strength-
ens and teaches. Its gifts are
enduring.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). It’s easier to sign each
page and agree across the
board. Alas, you can’t in good
conscience give a categorical
FAMILY CIRCUS yes today, because there are
too many variables. Each item
must be considered separately.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). You don’t have to compete
to win. It’s more of a recipe than
a competition. If you put in the
right ingredients, in correct mea-
sure and with the prescribed
technique, you’ll have what you
set out to make.

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Versatile empanadas

Joe Keller/America’s Test Kitchen via AP


This artichoke dip made with navy beans
takes less than an hour to make.

For a nutritious
version of
artichoke dip,
look to navy bean
thedailymeal.com BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN
Savory or sweet fillings for empanadas are limited only by your imagination. Fried or baked, use them as the focus

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of a filling meal, or choose a mini version for appetizers or desserts. ost artichoke dips could justifiably
be called mayonnaise and cheese

Looking for alternatives dips, given what goes into them.


To create a more nutritious rendition, we
looked to bean dip to provide a creamy base

to the summer hot dog? that contributed protein and fiber instead of
saturated fat. We thought that the vegetal
artichokes (high in vitamins K and C and
BY JAN SWOOPE by Ruperto de Nola. They can be ap- for specific doughs — for baking, various minerals) would partner well with
jswoope@cdispatch.com petizers or snacks, but they can also for frying, for savory, for sweet. the earthy-sweet but mild beans, adding
some needed character.

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easily fill the role of satisfying meal Filling recipes range from empana-
ith a whole summer patio at breakfast, lunch or dinner. When das mendocinas (Argentinean beef We chose navy beans for their velvety
party season before us, it comes to fillings, almost anything empanadas) to empanadas de queso texture, rinsing them to remove excess
my thoughts wander goes. You can opt for seasoned beef, sodium. Using canned beans and jarred
al horno (baked cheese). You’ll also
to alternatives for the same-old pork, chicken, turkey, seafood, artichoke hearts kept the recipe easy. To
find dessert empanada recipes filled
burgers and hot dogs we often fall veggies, cheese, the list goes on. Or increase the creaminess of our dip and add
with tempting ingredients. And be-
back on. Influenced by Cinco de be inspired by what you find at the a filling burst of protein, we incorporated
cause empanadas are often served
Mayo just past, I’ve started thinking farmers market this week. Make Greek yogurt.
with dipping sauces, enjoy recipes
specifically about empanadas for an your own dough or buy ready-made Finally, a healthy dose of lemon juice,
for 11 sauces to complement almost
upcoming birthday celebration with empanada discs at well-stocked gro- garlic, parsley, and scallion added fresh fla-
any filling you’ve chosen. (Argen-
a fiesta flair. Empanadas are stuffed cery stores, and certainly at most vor and brightness. Serve with vegetables,
tinean chimichurri sauce is one of
bread or pastry folded over savory Latin groceries. whole-grain crackers, or whole-grain chips.
the most popular savory empanada
or sweet fillings, fried to a crisp “Homemade empanada dough is See Artichoke DIP, 6B
sauces.)
golden brown — or baked. Cultures very easy to make, especially if you For the birthday fiesta coming
and countries around the world have a food processor,” says food up, I’m thinking empanadas made
have some version — dumplings, blogger Layla Pujol at laylita.com. with seasoned beef, chicken or
samosas, British or Cornish pasties,

Juicy, tender
“Making the dough at home also turkey filling, with cheese and other
Brazilian pastels, Cuban pastelitos, allows you to customize it and add
flavorings. For sides, how about
Southern fried pies. things like herbs, spices and other
grilled corn and maybe an avocado
The name empanada comes personal touches ...” (Dough prep
from the Galician, Portuguese and
Spanish verb em pandar, meaning
to wrap or coat in bread. Empanadas
varies depending on whether your
empanadas will be baked or fried.)
Pujol’s site is an in-depth re-
salad, or fresh sliced lime-marinat-
ed tomatoes, fresh from the farmers
market. It’s beginning to sound
chicken with
plenty of sweet,
mouth-watering already.
are mentioned as far back as 1520, source, chock-full of info and an
in the cookbook “Libre del Coch,” Empanada 101 primer. Find recipes See empanada, 6B

smoky-flavor
How to make sinfully rich brownies
BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN

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n theory, barbecued chicken kebabs
sound pretty great: char-streaked

for real chocolate lovers chunks of juicy meat lacquered with


sweet and tangy barbecue sauce. But
without an insulating layer of skin, even the
BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN fattiest thigh meat can dry out and toughen

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when exposed to the blazing heat of the
rownies are controversial grill_and forget about ultra-lean skinless
territory to chart: Some like breast meat.
them cakey and light in flavor Our goal was simple: juicy, tender
— more of a snack than a rich dessert; chicken with plenty of sticky-sweet, smoke-
some like them moist and chewy; and tinged flavor. Brining is one common way
others, the biggest chocoholics, like to safeguard against dry meat, but in this
them to be purely decadent — almost case the brine made the meat so slick that
as dense as fudge and deliciously the barbecue sauce refused to stick.
dark. A salt rub worked much better; the rub
We wanted to make sinfully rich crisped up on the chicken’s exterior as it
brownies that would be a chocolate cooked, forming a craggy surface that the
lover’s dream, so we started by using sauce could really cling to.
three forms of chocolate: unsweet- For incredible depth of flavor as well
ened chocolate for intensity, cocoa as juicy meat, we turned to an unusual
powder for complexity, and bitter- technique: grinding bacon to a paste and
sweet or semisweet chocolate for applying it to the salted meat. Combined
moisture and well-rounded flavor. with both sweet and smoked paprika and a
Melting butter along with the choc- little sugar, our bacon-y rub created chick-
olate was the key to a fudgy texture, en that was juicy, tender, and full-flavored,
and a generous three eggs contribut- with a smoky depth that complemented the
ed richness and structure. In addition barbecue sauce.
to providing a clean sweetness, granu- Use the large holes of a box grater to
lated sugar gave the baked brownies a grate the onion for the sauce. We prefer
delicate, shiny, crackly top crust. flavorful dark thigh meat for these kebabs,
We found it best to cut these but white meat can be used. Whichever
brownies into small bites rather than you choose, don’t mix white and dark meat
big bake-sale squares — a little goes a on the same skewer, since they cook at
long way. Tasters preferred the more different rates. If you have thin pieces of
complex flavor of bittersweet choc- chicken, cut them larger than 1 inch and
olate over semisweet chocolate, but roll or fold them into approximate 1-inch
either type works well here, as does cubes. Turbinado sugar is commonly sold
5 ounces of bittersweet or semisweet as Sugar in the Raw. Demerara sugar can
chocolate chips in place of the bar be substituted. You will need four 12-inch
Carl Tremblay/America’s Test Kitchen via AP
chocolate. Melting butter along with the chocolate is the key to this brownie’s fudgy metal skewers for this recipe.
See Brownies, 6B texture. See chicken, 6B
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Empanada
Continued from Page 5B
or annatto 1 egg, yolk and white sepa- whites, you can also use water minutes or until ready to bake,
CHICKEN OR TURKEY 1 teaspoon ground cumin rated
n Mix in the shredded turkey
and stir well. but the egg white acts as a this will help them seal better
EMPANADAS 2 cups shredded turkey or
chicken
Suggested dipping sauces:
Spicy cranberry mango sauce,
n Add the turkey gravy and
balsamic vinegar; continue
natural “glue” that helps seal
the empanada.
and prevent leaks.
n Lightly brush the top of the
12-15 medium sized empana-
2 tablespoons turkey gravy tree tomato aji or chimichurri cooking over low heat for n Fold the empanada disc empanadas with the egg yolk;
das discs, using homemade (you can replace this with sauce another 5 minutes. Let the tur- and seal the edges gently with this will give them a nice gold-
dough or store-bought em- a combination of broth and key filling cool down, and then your fingers, twist and fold the en glow when they bake.
panada discs butter) n Melt the butter in a medium add in the chopped oregano. edges of the empanadas with n Preheat oven to 400 F and
2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons balsamic size frying pan. n To assemble the empana- your fingers. To seal the edges bake for 20-25 minutes or
1/2 white onion, sliced thinly vinegar n Add the onions, tomatoes, das, spoon the turkey mixture further you can use a fork to until golden; exact time will
1/2 bell pepper, sliced thinly 1/2 tablespoon fresh oregano bell pepper, garlic, achiote and on to the center of the each press down and finish sealing depend on the size of the
4 garlic cloves, crushed (can be replaced with 1 tea- cumin. Cook for 10 minutes empanada disc. the empanadas. empanadas and your oven.
2 tomatoes, diced spoon dried oregano) over medium low heat, stirring n Brush the edges of the n Let the empanadas rest in Serve warm.
1/2 teaspoon ground achiote Salt, to taste occasionally. empanada discs with the egg the refrigerator for at least 30 (Source: laylita.com)

Artichoke dip
Continued from Page 5B
beans rinsed 1/4 teaspoon ground fennel mixture, beans, their reserved as needed. reserved chopped artichokes
NAVY BEAN 1 cup jarred whole artichoke Pinch cayenne pepper liquid, whole artichoke hearts, n Add yogurt and continue and dark green scallion parts,
AND ARTICHOKE DIP hearts packed in water, rinsed
and patted dry, 2 tablespoons
1/4 cup organic plain 2 per-
cent Greek yogurt
parsley, white and light green
scallion pieces, 3/4 teaspoon
to process until smooth,
about 15 seconds. Transfer
and drizzle with oil to taste
before serving.
Servings: 6-8
Start to finish: 50 minutes chopped Cold-pressed extra-virgin olive salt, fennel, and cayenne in to serving bowl, cover, and let Nutrition information per serv-
1/4 cup fresh parsley leaves oil food processor until finely stand at room temperature ing: 109 calories; 34 calories
1 teaspoon grated lemon zest 1 scallion, white and light ground, 5 to 10 pulses, scrap- for 30 minutes. (Dip can be from fat; 4 g fat (1 g satu-
plus 2 tablespoons juice green parts cut into 1/2-inch n Combine lemon zest and ing down bowl as needed. refrigerated for up to one day; rated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg
1 small garlic clove, minced pieces, dark green part sliced juice and garlic in bowl and let Continue to process until bring to room temperature cholesterol; 328 mg sodium;
1 (15-ounce) can navy beans, thin on bias sit for 15 minutes. uniform paste forms, about 1 before serving.) Season with 14 g carbohydrate; 5 g fiber; 1
2 tablespoons liquid reserved, Salt n Pulse garlic-lemon juice minute, scraping down bowl salt to taste. Sprinkle with g sugar; 5 g protein.

Brownies
Continued from Page 5B
cocoa powder aluminum foil so each is 8 stirring often, until melted. center comes out with few Espresso Brownies: Whisk in
FUDGY BROWNIES 1 1/4 cups sugar inches wide. Lay sheets of Whisk in cocoa and let mix- moist crumbs attached, 35 1 1/2 tablespoons instant
Servings: 36 3 large eggs foil in pan perpendicular to ture cool slightly. to 40 minutes, rotating pan espresso powder or instant
Start to finish: 1 hour 2 teaspoons vanilla extract each other, with extra foil n Whisk sugar, eggs, halfway through baking. coffee powder along with
1/2 teaspoon salt hanging over edges of pan. vanilla, and salt in large n Let brownies cool com- cocoa.
5 ounces bittersweet or 1 cup (5 ounces) all-purpose Push foil into corners and up bowl until combined. Whisk pletely in pan on wire rack, Nutrition information per
semisweet chocolate, flour sides of pan, smoothing foil chocolate mixture into sugar about 2 hours. Using foil serving: 98 calories; 49
chopped flush to pan. Grease foil. mixture until smooth. Using overhang, remove brownies calories from fat; 5 g fat (3
2 ounces unsweetened choc- n Adjust oven rack to mid- n Microwave bittersweet rubber spatula, stir in flour from pan. (Uncut brownies g saturated; 0 g trans fats);
olate, chopped dle position and heat oven and unsweetened choco- until no dry streaks remain. can be refrigerated for up to 25 mg cholesterol; 38 mg
8 tablespoons unsalted to 350 F. Make foil sling for lates in bowl at 50% power Transfer batter to prepared 3 days.) Cut into 36 squares sodium; 12 g carbohydrate;
butter, cut into 4 pieces 8-inch square baking pan for 2 minutes. Stir in butter pan and smooth top. Bake before serving. 1 g fiber; 8 g sugar; 2 g
3 tablespoons unsweetened by folding 2 long sheets of and continue to microwave, until toothpick inserted in n For Fudgy Triple-Chocolate protein.

Chicken
Continued from Page 5B
Chicken: cup, 5 to 7 minutes. Transfer Cover with plastic wrap and burners to high, cover, and with remaining 1/4 cup sauce,
BARBECUED CHICKEN 2 tablespoons paprika 1/2 cup sauce to small bowl refrigerate for 1 hour. Thread heat grill until hot, about 15 flip, and continue to cook until
KEBABS 4 teaspoons turbinado sugar
2 teaspoons kosher salt
and set remaining sauce
aside for serving.
chicken tightly onto four 12-
inch metal skewers.
minutes. Turn all burners to
medium-high.
sizzling and browning in spots,
about 1 minute longer.
Servings: 6
Start to finish: 1 hour, 45 2 teaspoons smoked paprika n For the chicken: Combine — For a charcoal grill: Open n Clean and oil cooking grate. n Transfer skewers to serving
minutes 2 slices bacon, cut into 1/2- paprika, sugar, salt, and bottom vent completely. Place skewers on hotter part platter, tent with aluminum
inch pieces smoked paprika in large bowl. Light large chimney starter of grill (if using charcoal), foil, and let rest for 5 to 10
Sauce: 2 pounds boneless, skinless Process bacon in food proces- three-quarters filled with and cook (covered if using minutes. Serve, passing re-
1/2 cup ketchup chicken thighs or breasts, sor until smooth paste forms, charcoal briquettes (4 1/2 gas), turning kebabs every 2 served sauce separately.
1/4 cup molasses trimmed, cut into 1-inch 30 to 45 seconds, scrap- quarts). When top coals are to 2 1/2 minutes, until well Nutrition information per
2 tablespoons grated onion chunks ing down sides of bowl as partially covered with ash, browned and slightly charred, serving: 282 calories; 108
2 tablespoons Worcestershire needed. Add bacon paste and pour evenly over half of grill. 8 to 10 minutes. Brush top calories from fat; 12 g fat (3
sauce n For the sauce: Bring all chicken to spice mixture and Set cooking grate in place, surface of skewers with 1/4 g saturated; 0 g trans fats);
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard ingredients to simmer in small mix with your hands or rubber cover, and open lid vent cup sauce, flip, and cook 84 mg cholesterol; 771 mg
2 tablespoons cider vinegar saucepan over medium heat spatula until ingredients completely. Heat grill until hot, until sauce is sizzling and sodium; 25 g carbohydrate;
1 tablespoon packed light and cook, stirring occasion- are thoroughly blended and about 5 minutes. browning in spots, about 1 1 g fiber; 22 g sugar; 18 g
brown sugar ally, until reduced to about 1 chicken is completely coated. — For a gas grill: Turn all minute. Brush second side protein.
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A.I.P. Project No. 3-28- the project is planned raising the sums due
0020-057-2019 for May 29th, 2019 at Wednesday, May 15,
thereunder, 2019 7B
together
1:30 p.m. in the Airport with attorney's fees,
Sealed bids for airfield Authority conference Substitute Trustee’s
improvements to be per- room, located at the Air- fees and expenses of

cLASSIfIEDS
formed at the Golden port. While attendance sale;
Triangle Regional Air- is not mandatory, it is
port will be received at strongly recommended THEREFORE, on May
the Airport by Michael that prospective bid- 29, 2019, the under-
Hainsey, Executive Dir-
Easy online self-service for
ders attend the pre-bid
ector of the Golden Tri- conference(s). Any
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wit:
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State of Mississippi MISSISSIPPI DEPART- SUBSTITUTED TRUST- STATE OF MISSISSIPPI IN THE CHANCERY Assuming bids will be (d) Mississippi Procure- SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S ee.
County Of Lowndes MENT OF ENVIRON- EE’S NOTICE OF SALE COUNTY OF LOWNDES COURT OF LOWNDES received that will allow ment Center / tele- NOTICE OF SALE
MENTAL QUALITY COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI the funding of the phone: 228-396-2520 WITNESS MY SIGNA-
NOTICE OF SALE LI- STATE OF MISSISSIPPI NOTICE OF SALE project, the award of the WHEREAS, on February TURE, this the 11th day
QUIDATION PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRO- COUNTY OF Lowndes GRADY MONTS, INDI- contract and selection (e) Construction Data 21, 2001, Hubert L. of April, 2019
POSED BROWNFIELD WHEREAS, the follow- VIDUALLY AND DOING of a contractor will be Fax phone / telephone: Chandler and Marie S.
WHEREAS, the follow- AGREEMENT SITE WHEREAS, on the 24th ing tenants entered in- BUSINESS AS GT based upon the lowest 800-880-3290 Chandler, husband and /s/ James L. DeLoach
ing tenants entered in- day of October, 2003, to leases with MAIN MONTS ENTERPRISES and most responsive wife, executed a deed McCalla Raymer Leibert
to leases with The Pursuant to the Missis- Karolina Pace and STREET MINI STORAGE PETITIONER bid received for the For each project, prin- of trust for the benefit Pierce, LLC
Grove Mini Warehouses sippi Brownfields Volun- Jimmy R Pace, ex- for storage space in BASE BID items of work. ted copies of the Con- of Homeowners Loan Substitute Trustee
for storage space in tary Cleanup and Re- ecuted and delivered a which to store personal VS. The Add Alternate tract Documents may be Corp., a Delaware cor- 299 South 9th Street
which to store personal development Act Missis- certain Deed of Trust property: item(s) will NOT be con- purchased at the office poration, which deed of Oxford, MS 38655
property and sippi Code Annotated unto John Creekmore, ALL PERSONS HAVING sidered in the selection of Neel-Schaffer, Inc., trust was recorded on (770)643-2148
Sections § 49-35-1 Trustee for The Peoples Ashley Ashford OR CLAIMING ANY LEG- process; award of the for $75.00 plus $20.00 March 12, 2001, in Foreclosurehotline.net
WHEREAS, default has through § 49-35-27 Bank & Trust Company, H-3 AL OR EQUITABLE IN- contract will be based for standard overnight Book 1363, Page 319, File No.: 5326818
been made in the pay- (Act), notice is hereby Beneficiary, to secure TEREST IN THE REAL on the Base Bid items shipping charges. Elec- in the office of the
ment for rent and The given that Military Lee, an indebtedness therein Tiara Crimes PROPERTIES only. tronic copies of the con- Chancery Clerk of PUBLISH: 05/08/2019,
Grove Mini Warehouses LLC has submitted an described, which Deed E-3 DESCRIBED HEREIN RE- tract documents (in PDF Lowndes County, Mis- 05/15/2019,
pursuant to said leases application to the Mis- of Trust is recorded in SPONDENT All work performed shall format) may be pur- sissippi; and 05/22/2019
is authorized to sell the sissippi Department of the office of the Chan- Alven Franklin be in exact accordance chased on CD at the
personal property to sat- Environmental Quality cery Clerk of Lowndes G-2 CAUSE NO. 2019-0184- with the Construction same location for WHEREAS the afore- Building & Remodeling 1120
isfy the past due rent (MDEQ) to enter into a County, Mississippi in F Plans, Technical Spe- $35.00 plus $10.00 for mentioned deed of trust
and other charges owed Brownfield Agreement Mortgage Book 2003 at Judy Temple cifications (on file at the standard overnight ship- was assigned by HOME REPAIRS &
to it by the following ten- with the Mississippi Page 43808; and F-2 SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- office of the said ping. Any purchase shall Homeowners Loan CONSTRUCTION WORK
ants: Commission on Environ- TION Owner), Proposals and be made by certified or Corp. to Bank One, Na-
WANTED. Carpentry,
mental Quality (MCEQ) WHEREAS, by various Jarius Chatman Special Provisions, un- cashier’s check made tional Association, as
small concrete jobs,
Antonia Jethroe with regard to a tract of assignments on record G-11 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI der the direct supervi- payable to the NEEL- Trustee, by instrument
A7 land located in Section: said Deed of Trust was COUNTY OF CHICKAS- sion and to the entire SCHAFFER, INC. The dated February 21, electrical, plumbing,
$206.85 9, Township: 18S, ultimately assigned to Michael Dailey AW satisfaction of the Own- purchase price for either 2001, and recorded on roof repairs, pressure
Range: 18W, Columbus, New Penn Financial, LLC F-6 er and in accordance type of contract docu- February 1, 2002, in washing and mobile
Apryl Sherrod Mississippi and more d/b/a Shellpoint Mort- TO: ALL PERSONS HAV- with the laws of the ments is non-refund- Book 1412, Page 201 home roof coating and
A16 particularly described as gage Servicing by instru- Bobrella Jones ING OR CLAIMING ANY State of Mississippi. able. of the records of the underpinning. No job
$156.85 the former Lee Middle ment recorded in the of- E-19 LEGAL OR EQUITABLE Contractors must be aforesaid Chancery too small. 549−7031.
School (AI# 61572). fice of the aforesaid INTEREST IN THE REAL qualified under Missis- Bidder’s attention is in- Clerk; and
Brenda David The proposed Brown- Chancery Clerk in Mort Sherieka Williams PROPERTY, SPECIFIC- sippi Law and be re- vited to Section 100 of
A23 field Agreement Site Book 2018 at Page F-10 ALLY 1905 4TH AVEN- gistered with the State the General Conditions WHEREAS the afore- TOM HATCHER, LLC
$141.85 previously operated as 16641; and UE, LOWNDES COUNTY, of Mississippi as a li- and its referenced FAA mentioned deed of trust Custom Construction,
either a high school or Brandy Colvin COLUMBUS, MISSIS- censed general con- materials relative to Pre- was assigned by Bank Restoration,
Edwin Summerville middle school from the WHEREAS, on the 25th F-8 SIPPI tractor capable of per- award, Equal Employ- One, National Associ- Remodeling, Repair,
B10 early 1950’s until 2011 day of April, 2019 the forming the required ment Opportunity, and ation F/K/A The First Insurance claims.
$246.85 and contains asbestos Holder of said Deed of Katie Davis You have been made a work. No contract shall Requirements of Non- National Bank of Chica- 662−364−1769.
containing material Trust substituted and G-5 Respondent in the Com- be issued or awarded to segregated Facilities. go as Trustee by Ocwen Licensed & Bonded.
Otavian Holt (ACM) and lead based appointed Dean Morris, plaint to Quiet and Con- any contractor who does Federal Bank FSB by its
B24 paint (LBP). Military Lee, LLC as Substitute Trust- Johnny Macon firm Title filed within the not have a current certi- Bids must be submit- successor in Interest
$186.85 LLC. has agreed that ee by instrument recor- F-11 Court by Grady Monts, ficate of responsibility ted on the Standard Ocwen Loan Servicing, Carpet & Flooring 1150
the proposed remedi- ded in the office of the Individually and Doing issued by the State of Form of Bid Proposal LLC to New Residential
Sarah Stallings ation measures will be aforesaid Chancery WHEREAS, default has Business as GT Monts Mississippi in effect on and the successful bid- Mortgage Loan Trust
B25 to remove all identified Clerk in Mort Book been made in the pay- Enterprises, seeking all the date of the bid der will be required to 2017-3, by instrument
$248.70 ACM and the stabiliza- 2019 at Page 7545; ment of rent and MAIN persons having or claim- opening. execute the Standard dated February 15,
tion of LBP from on-site and STREET MINI STORAGE ing any legal or equit- Form of Contract and 2019, and recorded on
Melyin Perry structures and entering pursuant to said Leases able interest in the real Non-resident contract- Agreement. The Bidder March 4, 2019, in Book
B40 into a Brownfield Agree- WHEREAS, default hav- is authorized to sell per- property, located at ors bidding on this shall guarantee to hold 2019, Page 3576 of the
$156.85 ment. The proposed fu- ing been made in the sonal property to satis- 1905 4th Avenue, project shall be re- his bid(s) good and may records of the afore-
ture land use of the site payments of the in- fy the past due and any Lowndes County, Colum- quired to have their Mis- not withdraw his bid(s) said Chancery Clerk;
Kais Galib will be commercial, res- debtedness secured by other charges owed. bus, Mississippi. sissippi registration for a period of sixty (60) and
C4 idential, or green space the said Deed of Trust, complete and a current calendar days after the
$173.70 in nature. and the holder of said NOW THEREFORE, no- You are summoned to certificate of responsib- scheduled closing time WHEREAS, New Resid-
Deed of Trust, having re- tice is hereby given that appear and defend ility number issued by for receiving bids. The ential Mortgage Loan DAVID’S CARPET &
Walter Smith, Jr. The staff of the MCEQ quested the under- MAIN STREET MINI against said petition the State of Missis- Authority reserves the Trust 2017-3, by Nation- UPHOLSTERY
C5 has evaluated the pro- signed so to do, on the STORAGE will offer for filed against you in this sippi in effect on the right to reject any and star Mortgage LLC CLEANING
$175.40 posed Brownfield Agree- 5th day of June, 2019, I sale, and will sell at action at 9:00 o’clock day of the bid opening. all bids and to waive d/b/a Mr. Cooper, its 1 Room − $40
ment and believes that, will during the lawful auction to the highest a.m. on the 5th day of Any bid submitted in vi- any and all informalit- attorney-in-fact, the 2 Rooms − $70
Greg Moore with the conditions and hours of between 11:00 bidder for all personal June, 2019, at the olation of this require- ies in the best interest holder of the deed of
ment shall be rejected. of the Airport Authority. trust, substituted Mc- 3+ Rooms − $30 Ea
C26 restrictions contained a.m. and 4:00 p.m., at property in storage units Chancery Building in
$186.85 within the proposed public outcry, offer for leased by the following Columbus, Mississippi, Calla Raymer Leibert Rugs−Must Be Seen
Brownfield Agreement, sale and will sell, at the tenants at MAIN and in case of your fail- Additional information Dates of Advertisement: Pierce, LLC as Trustee, Car Upholstery
NOW, THEREFORE, no- the site will be in com- south east front door of STREET MINI STORAGE, ure to appear and de- may be found in Title 31 May 15th & 22nd, 2019 as authorized by the Cleaning Available
tice is hereby given that pliance with all applic- Lowndes County Court- 1702 Main Street, fend a judgment will be (Public Business, Bonds terms thereof, by instru- 662−722−1758
The Grove Mini Ware- able State and Federal house, 505 2nd Ave. Columbus, MS, on June entered against you for and Obligations) of the IN THE CHANCERY ment recorded on
houses liquidation sale laws and standards and North at Columbus, Mis- 15, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. the things demanded in 2015 Mississippi Code. COURT OF LOWNDES March 28, 2019, and
will take place at 510 will be protective of the sissippi, for cash to the the petition. One of several public COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI spread at large upon General Services 1360
Lehmberg Road, Colum- public health and the highest bidder, the fol- Property to be sold is links to that website is the records in the of-
bus, MS 39702 on June environment once the lowing described land believed to be good, but You are not required to as follows: ANITA MONTS PETITION- fice of the aforesaid CARPET REPAIR AND
1, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. Brownfield Agreement is and property situated in at such sale, MAIN file an answer or other ER Chancery Clerk in Book RE−STRETCH Stretch
completed. Therefore, Lowndes County, Mis- STREET MINI STORAGE pleading but you may do http://law.justia.com/c Mort 2019, Page 5205, wrinkles out of carpet
PUBLISH: 5/15, 5/22 & the staff of the MCEQ sissippi, to-wit: will convey only such so if you desire. odes/mississippi/2015 VS. prior to the posting and and repair bad spots.
5/29/2019 has made a preliminary title as is vested in it /title-31/ publication of this no-
decision, based on Beginning at the South- pursuant to its lease ISSUED UNDER MY ALL PERSONS HAVING tice; and Installation is available
IN THE CHANCERY available information, to west corner of Section with the following and HAND AND SEAL OF No portion of the project OR CLAIMING ANY LEG- if needed. Some tile
COURT OF LOWNDES recommend to the 23, Township 17 North, allowed under Missis- THIS COURT, this the proposed is expected to AL OR EQUITABLE IN- WHEREAS, default hav- setting too. Call Walt,
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI MCEQ that the pro- Range 17 East, sippi Code Annotated 10th day of May, 2019. be within the secured TEREST IN THE REAL ing been made in the 662−574−8134.
posed Brownfield Agree- Lowndes County, Mis- Section 85-7-121 et seq perimeter of the airfield; PROPERTIES DE- terms and conditions of
IN RE: MATTER OF THE ment be approved. sissippi, and run thence (Supp 1988.) Lisa Younger Neese therefore, FAA SCRIBED HEREIN RE- the deed of trust, and
ESTATE AND THE LAST SPONDENT WORK WANTED:
North 05 degrees 30 CLERK OF THE CHAN- guidelines for work in the entire debt secured Licensed & Bonded−
WILL AND TESTAMENT Based on site specific minutes West a dis- Witness my signature CERY COURT OF Airport Operational thereby having been de-
OF FRANCES GERHART public health and envir- tance of 13 feet to the on the 6th day of May, LOWNDES COUNTY, Areas and in secured CAUSE NO. 2019-0185- clared to be due and carpentry, painting, &
MCDANIEL, DECEASED onmental risks as North side of a county 2019. MISSISSIPPI airfield areas will not ap- F payable in accordance demolition. Landscap−
provided by the Act, MD- road; run thence East- ply to this project. with the terms of the ing, gutters cleaned,
BILLY FRANKLIN EQ believes remedial erly along the North side MAIN STREET MINI By: Cindy E. Goode However, public safety SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- deed of trust, and the bush hogging, clean−up
MCDANIEL AND DEBRA action and a Brownfield of said county road a STORAGE is of utmost concern TION legal holder of said in- work, pressure washing,
MCDANIEL PRICE, PETI- Agreement will be pro- distance of 1761.2 feet By: Mary Tuggle PUBLICATION DATES: and the contractor shall debtedness, New Resid- moving help & furniture
TIONERS tective of human health to the point of begin- May 15, May 22, and be familiar with traffic STATE OF MISSISSIPPI ential Mortgage Loan
COUNTY OF CHICKAS- repair. 662−242−3608.
and the environment. ning of the description; PUBLISH: 5/8, 5/15 & May 29, 2019. control in work zones Trust 2017-3, by Nation-
CAUSE NO. 2019-0057- The public is invited to continue thence East 5/22/2019 where public interface AW star Mortgage LLC
S submit any written com- along the North side of will occur. Temporary d/b/a Mr. Cooper, its RETAINER WALL,
ments regarding the pro- said road a distance of IN THE CHANCERY CONTRACT PROVISIONS signage, barricades, TO: ALL PERSONS HAV- attorney-in-fact, has re- driveway, foundation,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS posed Brownfield Agree- 208.8 feet to an iron COURT OF LOWNDES markings, etc. will com- ING OR CLAIMING ANY quested the under- concrete, masonry
ment no later than pin at the Southeast COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI GOLDEN TRIANGLE RE- ply with guidelines set LEGAL OR EQUITABLE signed Substitute Trust- restoration, remodeling,
Letters Testamentary close of business on corner of the Frank Al- GIONAL AIRPORT forth in the federal INTEREST IN THE REAL ee to execute the trust
basement foundation,
were issued unto us as June 12, 2019 to len property; run thence IN RE: ESTATE OF MUR- COLUMBUS, MISSIS- Manual of Uniform PROPERTY, SPECIFIC- and sell said land, prop- repairs, small dump
Co-Executors of the Last Robert Huckaby at: North 00 degrees 20 LINE GIBSON, DE- SIPPI Traffic Control Devices, ALLY 223 20TH STREET erty and improvements
Will and Testament of minutes East a dis- CEASED latest edition. S., LOWNDES COUNTY, in accordance with the truck hauling (5−6 yd)
Frances Gerhart Mississippi Department tance of 626.4 feet; run 2019 AIRPORT IM- COLUMBUS, MISSIS- terms of the deed of load & demolition/lot
McDaniel, deceased, by of Environmental Quality thence West a distance THERESA LYNN PROVEMENTS A pre-bid conference for SIPPI trust for the purpose of cleaning. Burr Masonry,
the Chancery Court of P.O. Box 2261 of 208.8 feet; run THOMPSON, EXECUTRIX PROJECTS the project is planned raising the sums due 662−242−0259.
Lowndes County, Mis- Jackson, Mississippi thence South 00 de- A.I.P. Project No. 3-28- for May 29th, 2019 at You have been made a thereunder, together
sissippi on the 5th day 39225 grees 20 minutes West CAUSE NO.: 2019- 0020-057-2019 1:30 p.m. in the Airport Respondent in the Com- with attorney's fees, Lawn Care / Landscaping
of February, 2019. Phone: 601-961-5728 a distance of 626.4 00083-RPF Authority conference plaint to Quiet and Con- Substitute Trustee’s
Sealed bids for airfield firm Title filed within the 1470
feet, more or less, to a room, located at the Air- fees and expenses of
Notice is hereby given All comments received point on the North side NOTICE TO CREDITORS improvements to be per- port. While attendance Court by Anita Monts, sale;
to all persons having by that date will be part of said county road and formed at the Golden is not mandatory, it is seeking all persons hav- TERRA CARE
claims against the Es- of the record and con- the point of beginning of STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Triangle Regional Air- strongly recommended ing or claiming any leg- THEREFORE, on May LANDSCAPING L.L.C.
tate of Frances Gerhart sidered in the formula- this description; con- COUNTY OF LOWNDES port will be received at that prospective bid- al or equitable interest 29, 2019, the under- Phone: 662−549−1878
McDaniel to have the tion of a final decision taining three (3) acres, the Airport by Michael ders attend the pre-bid in the real property, loc- signed Substitute Trust- Landscaping, Property
same probated and re- in this matter. A copy of more or less, and lying Letters Testamentary Hainsey, Executive Dir- conference(s). Any ated at 223 20th Street ee in the deed of trust, Clean Up, Plant Care,
gistered by the Chan- the proposed Brown- in the Southeast have been granted and ector of the Golden Tri- questions that bidders S., Lowndes County, will offer for sale at pub- Bush Hogging, Herbicide
cery Clerk of Lowndes field Agreement is avail- Quarter of Section 23, issued to the under- angle Regional Airport might have should be Columbus, Mississippi. lic outcry and sell to the
Spraying.
County, Mississippi able for inspection and Township 17 North, signed upon the Estate Authority (the Owner), directed to the airport’s highest bidder for cash,
within ninety (90) days copying at the offices of Range 17 East, of Murline Gibson, De- until 1:30 p.m. (Central engineering consultant, You are summoned to within legal hours (be-
of the date of the first the MDEQ located at Lowndes County, Mis- ceased, by the Chan- Daylight Time) on the Neel-Schaffer, Inc., appear and defend ing between the hours FOR YOUR Spring &
publication of this No- 515 East Amite Street, sissippi. cery Court of Lowndes 13th day of June, 2019, Birmingham, Alabama, against said petition of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 Summer lawn care
tice, or they will be Jackson, MS by calling County, Mississippi, on at which time and place to the attention of Josh filed against you in this p.m.) at the Southeast needs, call Robinson
forever barred. Lorenzo Boddie at (601) I will only convey such the 13th day of May, they will be publicly Stump, project engin- action at 9:00 o’clock front door of the Lawn Service, 662−435
961-5758. A copy of the title as is vested in me A.D., 2019. This is to opened and read aloud. eer. a.m. on the 5th day of Lowndes County Court- −8746.
WITNESS MY SIGNA- proposed brownfield as Substitute Trustee. give notice to all per- June, 2019, at the house in Columbus,
TURE, this the 4th day agreement is also avail- sons having claims Work will be that associ- The Contract Docu- Chancery Building in Mississippi, the follow-
of April, 2019. able for inspection at WITNESS MY SIGNA- against said estate to ated with the installa- ments (Specifications, Columbus, Mississippi, ing described land, JESSE & BEVERLY’S
the county courthouse TURE, this 9th day of Probate and Register tion of a potable water Proposal Forms, etc.) and in case of your fail- property and improve- LAWN SERVICE.
S/ BILLY FRANKLIN of Lowndes County, Mis- May, 2019. same with the Chan- line extension between may be examined at the ure to appear and de- ments lying and being Mowing, cleanup,
MCDANIEL sissippi. It is expected cery Clerk of Lowndes the southerly end of the following locations: fend a judgment will be situate in Lowndes landscaping, sodding, &
BILLY FRANKLIN that the MCEQ will con- Dean Morris, LLC County, Mississippi, existing 6-inch diamet- entered against you for County, Mississippi, to- tree cutting. 356−6525.
MCDANIEL, sider the proposed Substitute Trustee within ninety (90) days er water main now (a) Airport Authority Of- the things demanded in wit:
CO-EXECUTOR Brownfield Agreement 855 S Pear Orchard from this date. A failure serving the airport ter- fices / Golden Triangle the petition.
during its regular meet- Rd., Ste. 404, Bldg. to so Probate and Re- minal building, and the Regional Airport / 2080 THAT CERTAIN LOT IN
MULCHING & DEBRIS
S/ DEBRA MCDANIEL ing to be held at 9:00 400 gister said claim will existing 12-inch water Airport Road / Colum- You are not required to SQUARE 43 NORTH OF REMOVAL
PRICE a.m. on Thursday, June Ridgeland, MS 39157 forever bar the same. main located on and bus, Mississippi 39701 file an answer or other MAIN STREET IN THE Using Skidsteer.
DEBRA MCDANIEL 27, 2019, at 515 E. (318) 330-9020 parallel to the north / telephone: 662-327- pleading but you may do CITY OF COLUMBUS, Call for estimate,
PRICE Amite Street, Jackson, This the 13th day of side of (Old) Airport 4422 so if you desire. LOWNDES COUNTY, 662−251−3001.
CO-EXECUTOR Mississippi. Questions adp/F19-0188 May 2019. Road, just east of the MISSISSIPPI, MORE
or comments should be Aurora Flight Sciences (b) Neel-Schaffer, Inc. / ISSUED UNDER MY PARTICULARLY DE- Sitting With The Sick / Elderly
Publish: 5/15/19, directed to the MDEQ PUBLISH: 5/15/2019, /s/ Theresa Lynn Corporation complex. Two Perimeter Park HAND AND SEAL OF SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 1780
5/22/19 and 5/29/19 representative set forth 5/22/2019, Thompson The proposed water South / Suite 230E / THIS COURT, this the BEGINNING AT A POINT
above. 5/29/2019 THERESA LYNN main extension shall be Birmingham, Alabama 10th day of May, 2019. 165 FEET EAST OF THE
THOMPSON an 8-inch diameter line. 35243 / telephone: NORTHWEST CORNER I AM AN EXPERIENCED
cdispatch.com PUBLISH: 5/13, 5/15, Also included in the 205-397-3800 / fax: Lisa Younger Neese OF SAID SQUARE 43 CAREGIVER/SITTER
& 5/19/2019 Find the best deals. PUBLISH: 5/15, 5/22, project will be the in- 205-397-3900 CLERK OF THE CHAN- AND RUNNING THENCE Will sit in−home or in
& 5/29/2019 stallation of several CERY COURT OF SOUTH 155 FEET MORE nursing home, help w/
gate valves along the (c) The Federal Aviation LOWNDES COUNTY, OR LESS TO THE FINIS personal care, light
north-south route of the Administration / 100 MISSISSIPPI D. WOOTEN LINE,
existing 6-inch water housekeeping, cooking,
West Cross Street / THENCE WEST 55 FEET, run errands & med.
main, between the ter- Suite "B" / Jackson- By: Cindy E. Goode THENCE NORTH 155
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Tree Services 1860 Farm Equipment & Supplies
4420
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Serving Columbus conditioning plus extras.
since 1987. Senior 340 hours. One owner.
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242−0324/241−4447 John Deere MX5 Bush
"We’ll go out on a limb hog. 7 ft. frontier
for you!" finishing mower. 5’6"
box blade. Set of forks
Good Things To Eat 2150 & a bucket. Asking
$35,000 for all or will
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ripened hydroponic 662−436−2037.
tomato. Located next to
Noxubee County High
School. 662−352− FOR SALE Hay baler,
1270 or 662−425− rake, and cutter. Call
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8948 for more info.
Personals 2350
Furniture 4480 Even if you don’t
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to 9 in thethe numbers
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Estate Sales 4490 Buy a new used car. 1sotothat
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row, each 2 7 8 3 1
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Starkville, MS.
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picture or note, phone Mrs. Marlene Horn contains the same number
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P.O. Box 8415, 2105 Maple Dr. level increases from
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giene care, meal prep, May 17 & 18, 9a−4p.
& light housework. Ap- May 19, 1−4p.
plicants must be in Antiques & Collectibles,
516 Main St. • Columbus, MS 39701
good, strong physical 662−570−5686
shape & have reliable
transportation. Hiring for
all shifts (7a-7p), (7p- General Merchandise 4600 662-328-2424
7a) & swing shift. Paid www.cdispatch.com
weekly. 662-369-6945 FOR SALE Whitney
Piano , good condition.
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mechanically-minded Call 662−549−2039.
Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Land For Rent / Lease 7190 Houses For Sale: Caledonia
individual to work in its
pressroom. Applicants 8450
must be comfortable INTEX 16FT X 42IN FOX RUN APARTMENTS DOWNTOWN 1BR − PASTURE FOR RENT
working around heavy EASY SET POOL. New in 1 & 2 BR near hospital. This large 1 bedroom Approximately 5 acres. CALEDONIA HOUSE
machinery, adhering to box. Comes with filter $595−$645 monthly. apartment has been Includes shelter. FOR SALE, 160K. 1680
tight deadlines and pump & ladder. $175. Military discount, pet recently renovated. It Intersection of Hwy 373 sq. ft. Caledonia brick
must have an eye for 662−386−6001. area, pet friendly, and features great natural & Hwy 50. Call Roger home has been updated
detail & quality. Flexible furnished corporate light, hardwood floors, 662−574−4221. and is move−in−ready!
hours are a must. Must apts. 24−HOUR tall ceilings and access Let this be your
pass drug test. Email NORDICTRACK TREAD− PROFESSIONAL GYM. to a shared laundry
resume to opportunity to get your
MILL, very good cond, ON SITE SECURITY. room. $750 rent and Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 kids into the Caledonia
mfloyd@cdispatch.com $300. Matching, like
or drop resumes off at ON SITE MAINTENANCE. $750 deposit. Utilities schools. 3.3 acres with
516 Main St, new, teal/mauve couch, ON SITE MANAGEMENT. included. No pets 2BR/1BA MH FOR no neighbors on any
Columbus, MS 39701. $250, & loveseat, 24−HOUR CAMERA please. Call Peter, RENT $400/mo + $400 side. New paint, SS
No phone calls please. $200. Teal sectional SURVEILLANCE. Benji @ 662−574−1561. dep. Between West kitchen appliances, and
sofa w/ 2 recliners, 662−386−4446. Point & Columbus on flooring. Metal roof,
FIRST CUMBERLAND good cond, $250. Cedar Hwy 50. 662−275− heat pump, windows,
Presbyterian Church chest, $60. Bookcase
seeks part-time secret- BR suite, full sz, exc
PEAR ORCHARD APTS
2BR Townhouse−$585 COLEMAN 0666. septic system all less
than 5 years old. Future
ary to work 4 hours per cond, incl bed, dresser, per month. W/D incl. RENTALS maintenance costs will
day, M-F. Excellent cler- chest of drawers, night Great location. $200 TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
ical, communication, be LOW! $160,000.00.
1 BEDROOM
stand, mattress & box processing fee & $50 662−570−5417.
and organizational skills spring, $250. Tools, application fee. Call 3BR/2BA TRAILER,
required. Strong com-
puter and social media various prices. 662−
662−328−9471 or 2 BEDROOMS New Hope school dist.
skills imperative includ- 386−3119. 662−889−7565. 3 BEDROOMS $500/mo & $500 dep.
No pets, no drugs, no
ing experience with Mi-
Apts For Rent: West 7050 partying. Call b/w 10a−
crosoft Office products. LEASE,
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still covered in plastic. CREDIT CHECK
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fleas & ticks on dogs & 662−570−3089.
LPN 3P-11P cats. Eliminate doggy home for sale?
CNA 6A-2P
CNA 2P-10P
odor restore healthy
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ads to work
505 Jackson St, 1, 2, & 3 Baths camper w/utilities & for you.
Aberdeen
EOE
Sporting Goods 4720
Lease, Deposit
FOR RENT LOCATED
NEAR DOWNTOWN.
cable from $145/wk −
$535/month. Columbus
328-2424
ELLIPTICAL MACHINE & Credit Check 3,000 sq. ft. truck & County School
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327-8555
excellent condition. Nice shop & 3,200 sq. ft. 7653 or 601−940−
SINGER SEWING quiet machine. $450 office/shop. Buildings 1397. HOUSE LOTS FOR SALE
MACHINE, $75. Dining 662−574−1561 can be rented together Located on Kidd Rd. in ACROSS
table, $25. 662−327− Apts For Rent: Other 7080 or separately. All w/ Caledonia. Ready to 1 Incite
5480. Business For Sale 6350 excellent access & Hwy. Office Spaces For Rent 7300 build on. Call 404−216
7 Order to Spot
1, 2, 3 BEDROOM 82 visibility. 662−327− −0237.
Farm Equipment & Supplies RESTAURANT FOR apartments & 9559. OFFICE SPACE: 2,000 11 Small
4420 SALE OR LEASE townhouses. Call for square feet. 294 12 Verdi piece
Opportunity to own/ more info. 662−328− Houses For Rent: Northside Chubby Dr. Flexible SUMMER SPECIAL.
13 Hollywood
2016 CAT SKIDSTEER operate an established 8254. 7110 leasing terms. Available 1.75 acre lots. Good/
299XHP HIGH FLOW profitable strong now. 662−328−8254. bad credit. 10% down, workers
w/ mulcher & forestry customer base and 3BR/2BA. FRESH paint, as low as $299/mo. 14 Brown songbird
Eaton Land. 662−361−
kit. <1,000 hrs, excellent reputation For new carpet, ch/a,
7711.
15 Ominously
$73,000. info please email: fenced yard & appl furn. Houses For Sale: East 8200
205−329−1790. thisisforsell@yahoo.com 662−251−9696.
gloomy
BEAUTIFUL GARDEN Mobile Homes for Sale 8650 17 Pert talk
General Help Wanted 3200 20 Low joint
Houses For Rent: Other 7180 HOME. 56 Collanwood
Cove. Great 1990 16X80 MOBILE
HOUSE NEAR MUW W/ neighborhood. East HOME 2BR/2BA stove, 23 Huck’s friend
APARTMENT. 323 13th Columbus Area off refrigerator, dishwasher. 24 Studied intensely
St. N. 3 Blks from Warpath Rd. Metal roof, screened in 26 Historic stretch
2 Bedrooms, 2 Full large front porch, small
MUW. LR, DR, 2/3BR−
3BA, lg den w/ fire Baths. Built in 2003, back porch, ch/a, inside
27 Young fellow
place, kitchen, laundry, 1216 sq ft. $129,500. remodeled in 2016. 28 Galena, for one
outside fenced patio, 662−386−3027. Must be moved. Power 29 Engravers
pole included. $13,225.
screened side porch &
662−549−0750. 31 Tiny 2 Coat rack part 21 Enticed
work room & ATTACHED
APARTMENT: 1BR/1BA, Houses For Sale: New Hope 32 Albert and 3 Salt Lake City 22 Foils’ kin
living room/kitchenette 8250 Autos For Sale 9150 Victoria player 24 Consecrate
area. NO HUD. Ref. req.
2015 AUDI A8L
33 Cuts off 4 Saturn feature 25 Crew tool
Dep. req. Pets allowed 2BR/1BA GREAT
w/ extra dep. $1075/ location. Call 662−889 QUATTRO 29,000 mi. 34 One of Santa’s 5 Director 30 Noted newspa-
mo. 662−386−7506. −6055. White w/ nugget brown team Preminger perman
Houses For Sale: Other 8500
interior. Premium pkg.,
driver assist pkg., fully
37 Smell 6 High home 33 Blow one’s top
loaded, wi−fi paid for 1 39 Full-price payers 7 Like tears 35 Fast runner
yr. 662−256−7845. 43 Weather map 8 Locate 36 Genesis site
spots 9 Melody 37 Archaic
2015 CHEVY IMPALA 44 Do over 10 Shaggy ox 38 Buck’s mate
Blk, 4dr, 6cyl, 82k mi, 45 Auto ding 16 Ranch workers 40 Director Spike
showroom clean, local
owner, $9,990. See @
46 Comes in 17 Girder material 41 Sticky stuff
59 Amanda Dr. in New 18 Heart outlet 42 Ave. crossers
Hope Park Subdivision DOWN 19 Wrestling show
General Help Wanted 3200 off of Yorkville Rd. E.
662−327−3081.
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