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I Page 6 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, February 8, 2018 County To Request (Continued from Page 1) WCCA LADY RAM SENIORS HONORED m Three Tammy and John Bryant; Coach Mike McGraw; Wilkinson County Christian Academy Lady Ram senior Anna Claire Ryan and parents, Tammy and senior basketball players were honored on "Se-Alan Ryan; WCCA longtime supporter and team nior Night" held during their last home basketball manager Reily Ann Owens; and senior Bailey game. Pictured are as follows, from left to right: Devers and her mother, Joli Darbonne. m WCCA senior Sydney Bryant and mother and father, Submitted Photo Letter To The Editor A MessageTo Fellow Mississippians CANDIDATE ON CAMPAIGN TRAIL VISITS COUNTY -- Morgan Dunn, a native and lifelong resident of Magee in Simpson County, is running for the Mississippi Third Congressional seat in the June election. She made cam- paign stops in Centreville and Wood- ville on Monday, February 5. Dunn is new to politics and excited about put- ting her depth of business expertise to work serving the people of Missis- McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!ff Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- 100ac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. sippi. "This will require strategy, pas- sion, determination, and brave lead- ership. I will be the citizen legislator rural Mississippi needs and deserves" said Dunn. She seeks to take her rich experience as a small business own- er, healthcare executive, community leader, wife and mother, and put it to work for the people of Mississippi. Woodville Republican L hoto by Andy J. Lewis The Junior Irwin Russell The Irwin Russell Club Club Friday, February 9, meet- will meet on Thursday, Feb- ing will be held at 3:30 p.m. at ruary 15, at three-thirty Conundrum in St. FrandmS]le. at the home of Mrs. Tom hosted by Mrs. David Sessions, Rosenblatt at Fort Adams. Mrs. Wallace Fergnson, Mrs. Mrs. Prentiss Ferguson will Clinton McCurley and Mrs. serve as program chairman James Chaffin, Jr. for the afternoon. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or email: alan@ dougrushingrealty.com We live in a great State -- blessed with beauty and tre- mendous natural resources. But there are threats to that beauty and to the quality of life for us as Mississippians from a gro~ng problem in our state. That problem is the careless littering and illegal dumping of wastes across this great state. Litter and illegal dumping of wastes is a serious and expen- sive problem. Each year litter and dumping injures wildlife, pollutes our land and water, destroys natural resources, damages personal property and impacts the quality of life for our citizens. Litter and il- legal dumping of wastes also hamper economic g~owth and development because it creates a negative image of Mississippi and its people. The assistance and the work of the state's Law Enforcement Community, Local Prosecutors, Elected Officials and the state's citizens are critical to clean up our state and rid it of litter and illegal diunping. We must respond to the challenge that illegal dumping presents and take the litter and dumping laws of our state seriously We need to mak( it clear that we are not willing to tolerate litter and dumping in our communi- ties and in our state. Thank you for you assis- tance in ridding our state of litter and illegal dumping and for working to make our state a better place to live for all Mis- sissippians! Mississippi Department , of Environmental Quality Solid Waste Management and Recycling Programs P.O. Box 2261 Jackson, Mississippi 39225 Phone: 601-961-5171 Fax: 601-961-5785 Web Site: www.deq.state. ms.ugsolidwaste Extension Service Hosts Three Advisory Meetings by Bonnie Coblentz MSU Extension Service The Law Firm of Hesse & Butterworth, LLC of St. Francisville, LA welcomes Tiffany Ashley Attorney At Law Licensed in the State of Louisiana 225-635-3839 FOR YOUR LOUISIANA LEGAL NEEDS: Real Estate, Oil & Gas, Personal Injury, Successions, Wills & Estate Planning, General Litigation Uncontested Family Law matters The 2018 annual agricul- public view demonstrations tural producer advisory meet- and hear presentations on ings kick off in February as Mississippi State University Extension Service personnel report on current projects and listen to producer needs. Three producer advisory council meetings hosted across the state give the Ex- tension Service input to focus its upcoming research and programming efforts. The North Mississippi Pro- ducer Advisory Council meet- ing will be Thursday, Febru- ary 15, in Verona. Producers in central Mississippi will ongoing or recently completed projects. Poster sessions allow the distribution of additional information. Attendees can participate in special interest meetings. Groups this year include pro- ducers interested in agritour- ism, apiculture, aquaculture, beef, cotton, dairy, equine, or- namentals, peanuts, poultry, swine, turf, vegetables, grain crops, sweet potatoes, forestry and wildlife, goats and sheep, and fruits and nuts. The February 15 event in meet Tuesday, February 20, in Verona will be in the Magno- Raymond, while,those on the lia Conference Center at the coast will meet Tuesday, Feb- Lee County Agri-Center. The ruary 27, in Ellis~lle. Each meeting begins with registra- tion at 8:30 and concludes at 3 p.m. Lunch is provided. At producer advisory council meetings, producers, ter. The coastal event will be researchers, Extension per- February 27 at the Ronald E. sonnel, commodity represen- Whitehead Advanced Tech- tatives and members of the nology Center in the Howard Lake Mary Road, two fee, and their convenience projects fee to users was less than Millbrook Road, one 3.5%. The board might want project to study this offer before tak- Ford's Creek Road, two ing action." projects The board voted to table Percy Creek Road, onethe offer and stated that project, they would let the bank Bids were received fromknow their decision. the following two compa- Lower Woodville Road nies: resident Garland Mahan Anderson Contract- appeared before the board ing, LLC, Yazoo City:to complain about the ille- $359,653.72 gal dump site on the county Camo Construction road. Company, Vidalia,La.: "All kinds of items are be- $603,040.55. ing dumped here including a The board tabled the bid dead horse and other animal and then voted to approve parts," said Mahan. "I want the projects contingent on to know what the board is several factors. The award going to do to stop this illegal of this contract hinges on dumping. Isn't there another the county acquiring the site these people can take needed right of ways and their trash and debris to?" public access, the engineer's Board Pres. Jackson, in approval of one of the bid of- whose district the dump fers received and approval is located, said, "I will pest by NRCS. more signs at the site direct- Board Pres. Jackson re-ing the people to dump on ported that the county has the disposal site the county been approved to receive has on U.S. Hwy. 61. I hope grant funding from the this will work." USDA Rural Development Beaver Creek Road resi- for the purchase of two new dent Glen Covington was patrol units for the Wilkin- also at the meeting, his visit son County Sheriff's Depart- was to complain about the ment. terrible shape of the county "We need to get moving road. on this matter. The sheriff's Covington said to Fourth department needs these two District Supervisor Jackson, new units," said Jackson. in whose district the road is Bryan Sexton, represent- located, "Before you close the ing Concordia Bank & Trust, bridge on our road, you need appeared before the board to to grade the road and install offer the bank's assistance in some culverts so we will be setting up a credit/debit card able to go the long way out payment receiving system from my home by going to for the county. Hwy. 24." "We will offer the county Supervisor Jackson this service at no cost to ac- agreed to do this work as re- cept payments," said Sex- quested. ton. "The card holder will be The board went into ex- charged a convenience fee to ecutive session to discuss a be able to make payments personnel matter. No action using their credit or debit was taken during the closed card. The fee is 3.5%."door session. Sexton continued, "We do The next scheduled meet- charge the county a $250 per ing of the Wilkinson County department setup fee to get Board of Supervisors will be you up and running." at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, Feb- Administrator Lewis re-ruary 26. The session will sponded,"The prior two ven- be held in the Board Room dors for this service did not of the Wilkinson County charge the county a setup Courthouse. THE FAR CORNER Ft. Adams & Lake Mary by Rhonda Quirk This is a very hard column I have been here long enough for me to write. As you are to tell you, things can change probably already aware, three in the blink of an eye. Some- lives were lost in a hunting times, even when we follow accident on the Buffalo River all of the manmade rules, it is on January 28, 2018. The Far not enough. Corner would like to thank The Far Corner can be un- all of the emergency respond- predictable. At first glance, all ers. It was truly amazing that you can see are the magnifi- so many agencies showed up cent wonders created by our to assist our local authorities. Master's hand. The mighty, The Far Corner is a very re- Mississippi River and her mote and challenging area, tributaries provide one with and we are forever grateful to the most delightful scenes. all of the responders. We will The breathtaking sunsets, continue to pray for the fami- age old cypress trees adorned lies affected by this tragedy, in Spanish moss, creatures I tend to write about the of every kind running to and beauty and serenity that en- fro, and birds, including the compasses The Far Corner. majestic bald eagles soaring That is one of the reasons high, can make one forget tl~s is particularly hard for that danger even exists in me to summons the words to such a paradise. We should describe my emotions and the always be aware of our sur- dangers that also lurk in the roundings and realize the muddy waters that surround potential dangers that may us, here in The Far Corner. I be hidden from our sight. Al- guess that could be said about ways, keep safety first. just about any swamp area, I would also like to remind but I believe we are espe- everyone that February is cially vulnerable because our Habitat and Predator Aware- area is so inaccessible. I am ness Month. The Mississippi especially thankful that even Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks after the heavy rainfall, the Department is encouraging Jackson Point Road was navi- hunters and landowners to gable on January 28 to allow participate in habitat and the emergency responders ac- predator management prac- cess to the accident scene, tices on their land to boost The Far Corner is full of the number of sought after natural beauty and even game species. If you need seems magical at times. How- more information, you can ever, the keyword is nature, go to mdwfp.com or facebook. Nature plays by its own rules, comJmdwp. February 20 event in Ray- Technology Park in Ellisville. Raymond, contact Amber mond will meet at the McK- Contact the follo~ng peo- Clincy at 601-857-2284 or enzie Arena located behind ple for more information or a.clincyCOnsstate.edu; or El- the MSU Central Mississippi to register: Verona, contact lisville, contact Lester Miteh- Research and Extension Cen- Adam Tullos at 662-566-2201 ell at 228-546-1004 or lester. NetterviUe Lumber Co. WANTS TO BUY HARDWOOD LOGS In the woods or delivered to mill BY BULK, BY THOUSAND Call 1.800-343-4577 IN BUSINESS SINCE 1952 ~ Immwm~it~ ~ Natc hez Saivage & Parts, Inc. Why buy new when wed will d0? USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS Buy Here! Pay Here! USED AUTOS 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800-759-0631 or adam.tullos@msstate.edu; mitchell@msstate.edu. EDNA 1. 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