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.... .......................... ....... - .............................. -'----,~ ................... " .................. - :; :7 T:, ,\ vvouaville Hepublican, Thursday, April 3, 2014 Circuit Court... (Continued from Page 1A) YOUTH BAGS NICE GOBBLER --Wyatt Johnson and his dad, Wayne Johnson, were hunting on family property in the Possum Corner in Wilkin- son County where they found themselves working with five gobblers. Two of the nice toms finally responded to the elder Johnson's calls, and Wyatt took this one which sported a 9-inch beard and 1-inch spurs. Wyatt is the grandson of Sherry and Bobby Johnson of the Perrytown community. Photo Submitted * State vs. Sylvaskia Per- ez Stinson. Defendant ap- peared in court on Wednes- day, March 26, and waived reading of indictment. Stin- son entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of Burglary of a Dwelling. State vs. Earl Doherty. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived reading of in- dictment. Doherty entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of Grand Larceny. State vs. Kneota Ward. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived reading of in- dictment. Stinson entered a plea of not guilty to a felo- ny charge of Burglary of a Dwelling. . State vs. William Christopher Woodall. Defen- dant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived reading of i/adict- ment. Stinson entered a plea of not guilty to felony charges of Count I: Introduction of Contraband into a Correc- tional Facility; Count II: Con- spiracy to Commit a Crime; and Count III: Burglary of a Storehouse. State vs. John Johnson, Jr. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived reading of indictment. Johnson entered a plea of not guilty to a fel- ony charge of Burglary of a Dwelling. State vs. Quarance Tyrano Dunn. Defendant ap- peared in court on Wednes- day, March 26, and waived reading of indictment. Dunn entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of Burglary of a Dwelling. State vs. Joseph Guidry. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived reading of indict- merit. Guidry entered a plea of not guilty to felony charges of Count I: Aggravated As- sault; and Count II: Felony Malicious Mischief. State vs. Adam Whit- tington. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived read- ing of indictment. Whitting- ton entered a plea of not guilty to felony charges of Count I: Aggravated Assault; and Count II: Felony Mali- cious Mischief. * State vs. William Wade McCants III, a/k/a Trey Mc: Cants. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived read- ing of indictment. McCants entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of Aggra- vated Assault. State vs. Steven Ray- mond Dixon. Defendant ap- peared in court on Wednes- day, March 26, and waived reading of indictment. Dixon entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of Manslaughter. State vs. William Na- than Gardner. Defendant ap- peared in court on Wednes- day, March 26, and waived reading of indictment. Gard- ner entered a plea of not guilty to a felony charge of Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance-Meth- apmphetamine Enhanced. State vs. LaKendris Ch- isholm. Defendant appeared in court on Wednesday, March 26, and waived reading of in- dictinent. Chisholm entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of Burglary of a Dwelling. Pesticide Applicator Certification Training Set On Saturday, April 22 Tiger Relays Held March 27 At Centreville Academy Track The following are the re- sults from the Tiger Relays held at Centreville Acade- my on Thursday, March 27, 2014. The schools that partici- pated included Adams Coun- ty Christian (AC), Silliman Institute (SI), Centreville Academy (CA), Central Pri- vate School (CP), Cathedral (Cath), Oak Forest Academy (OFA), Bowling Green (BG), Parklane Academy (PA) and Bethany Christian School (BC). VARSITY GIRLS Team Totals ACCS 56, Sflliman 54.5, Centreville 52, Central Pri- Crowe, BG, 51:86 800 M. Relay, CA, 1:55.67 400 M. Relay, CA, 54.55 1600 M. Relay, CA, 4:37:47. VARSITY BOYS Team Totals ACCS 86, Centreville 71, Silliman 66, Oak Forest 28, Cathedral 13, Parklane 13, Bethany 5, Bowling Green 2, Central Private 1 Event, Name, School, Dis- tance/Time Shot, Cody Haygood, CA, 46'9.5" Discus, Josie Milton, SI, 130'8.75" Long Jump, Lester vate 33.5, Cathedral 20, Oak Wells, AC, 21'8.5" Forest 16, Bowling Green 10, Parklane 9 Event, Name, School, Dis- tanceJTime Shot, Amanda Brown, CA 31'2.25" Discus, Mary Brighton Morris SI 95'7" High Jump, Reagan Rig- gins, OFA, 4'8" Long Jump, Sklar Ad- ams, AC, 14'6" Triple Jump, MacKen- zie Boyd, AC, 31'7.5" 100 M. Dash, Bailey Cunningham, CA, 13:28 200 M. Dash, Bailey Cunningham, CA, 26:59 400 M. Dash, Bailey Cunningham, CA, 1:03:84 800 M. Run, Sarah Clan- Triple Jump, Colby Shaw, CA, 40'10.5" High Jump, Lester wells, AC, 6' Pole Vault, Tabery Cu- Culla, SI, 10'6" 100 M. Dash, Lester Wells, AC, 11:83 200 M. Dash, Neal McAr- thur, OFA 24:60 400 M. Dash, Trey Flem- ing, AC, 52:81 800 M. Run, Michael Spangler, CA 2:21:13 1600 M. Run, Denver Pierce, SI, 5:03:06 3200 M. Run, Denver Pierce, SI, 11:00 400 M. Relay, AC, 45:83 800 M. Relay, AC, 1:35:53 You must be certified to purchase and or apply re- stricted use pesticides. A private applicator is defined by law as one who uses or supervises the use of restrict- ed-use pesticides to produce an agricultural commodity on property owned or rented by him or his employer, or on the property of another person with whom he trades services. If you have been certified, when does your cert'ffication expire? Do not wait until you need to buy your chemicals before you check your cer- tification for its expiration date. Do it now. This could save you a delay later in the season. Pesticide deal- ers are enforcing the require- ment that you be certified before you buy restricted use chemicals. They will make no exceptions! Beginning Janu- ary 1, 2006, the producer's card must expire within one year of the expiration date on the present card to be able to take the training session. Also, there is a mandatory $10.00 charge for the session. Training is being offered to certify local users of re- stricted use pesticides on Tuesday, April 22, at 5:30 p.m. at the J.R. Hamilton Ex- tension Service Building, 982 Second South Street, Wood- ville. The meeting takes ap- proximately two hours and is presented as a video, with additional instruction as re- quired. You will be required to take an exam to obtain your certification. Please make plans to attend if your farming operation or other activities requires you to use restricted use pesticides. The Mississippi State University Extension Ser- vice provides educational op- pertunities to the public on an equal opportunity basis and will make every reason- able effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities, which would interfere with their ability to receive the ed- ucational information being provided. If you have a dis- ability or impairment, please contact Dawn Thurman or Ann Davis at the Wilkinson County Extension Office by Monday, April 21, to request accommodations. Pre-registration for the PAT is required by Monday, April 21. Checks or money orders are accepted (no cash or credit cards). Checks for $10.00 should be made out to MSU-CMREC. Please con- tact the Wilkinson County Extension Service at 601- 888-3211 to register or for additional information. Mississippi State Univer- sity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or group affiliation, age, disability, or veteran status. Beginning Beekeepers Workshop cy, AC, 2:46:27 1600 M, Run, Sarah Clancy, AC, 6:09:48 3200 M. Run, Sarah Clancy, AC, 13:06 100 M. Hurdles, Reagan Riggins, OFA, 17:62 300 M Hurdles, Melissa 1600 M.Relay, CA, 3:42:22 On April 19 In Franklin County 3200 M. Relay, SI, The Southwest Missis- Registration forms and 9:35:12 sippi Beekeepers' Club will an agenda may be found at 110 M. Hurdles, TylerspensoraOne-DayWorkshopyour local Extension office. Stockstill, AC, 17:12 for beginning beekeepers or Please complete the registra- 300 M. Hurdles, Trey hobbyist who would like to tion form and mail it to the Fleming, AC, 43:31. learn more about beekeeping, address on the form along Dr. Jeff Harris, apiarist with your registration free from Mississippi State, will of $10. Contact information conduct the workshop. The will be found on the form. workshop will be held at the Please register before Satur- Franklin County Extension day, April 15, as seating will Office in Meadville at 9 a.m. be limited. Tuscaloosa arine Shale News by Bernell McGehee This past week was filled with reports involv- ing the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale. Halcon outlined plans through early July on March 25th and the Mississippi Oil and Gas Board reported April applications for drilling permits on the 28th, among other news. Halcon management de- tailed drilling plans through early July using two rigs. In chronological order, wells planned are, as follows: Horseshoe Hill U-22H-1, drilling; Blackstone 4H-1, set to spud 4-8-14; Fassman 9H-1, set for 4-26-14; George Martens et al 15-29H-1, set for 5-24-14; Walker 1H, set for 6-14-14; Shuckrow 10H- 1, set for 7-9-14. The Walker 1H is located in West Felici- ana Parish. The others are in Wilkinson County. The Horseshoe Hill 11- 22H-1 is below 12,000 feet and beginning to drill the curve. Halcon management pro- vided insight into its techni- cal plans for capturing the rich reserves of oil in the TMS. Their report highlight- ed differences with current drilling and completion prac- tice. Following are some of those differences including laterals are planned for 7,200 feet, over 1,000 feet more than recent wells; more per- forations (holes blown into the production casing in the lateral) will be made, result- ing in a need for more prop- pant (sand, etc.); an 8.5 inch casing with a greater thick- ness will be used in the lat- eral rather than the current 5.5 inch to overcome casing deformation issues; and, an oil based as opposed to water based mud will be used in the lateral to reduce swelling in the clay laced formation around the hole, Meanwhile, Encana has four wells with news this week. Pintard 28-H-1, located north of Centreville, report- edly experienced mechanical issues on its Trinidad Rig # 124 last week and made little progress. Assuming these issues are resolved, the well should be completed this week. Lyons 35H-1, located a couple of miles east of Cent- reville, should begin fracking this week. Lawson 25H-1, located in G'fllsburg, began flow back last week. There were well- hole integrity issues and the lateral was cut short. This well is being brought in very slowly and reportedly pro- ducing around 500 barrels per day. Mathes 29-32H-1, locat- ed on the MS/LA state line in southeast Amite County, is reportedly below 10,000 feet and setting intermediate cas- ing as of March 29. Trinidad Rig #125 is doing the honors. The Mississippi Oil and Gas Board released its April docket showing 2 new and 2 reworked units in the TMS, all in Wilkinson County. Go- odrich is involved in 3 of the 4, while Comstock, a new player in the play, the other. The Comstock is CMR- Foster Creek 28-40 a 2,009 acre unit located in Sections 27, 28 and 40 of Township 3N, Range 1 West. The drill- ing location is south of Will Floyd Road and 3 miles west of Macedonia Read. The Goodrich Bramlette West H is a 1,920 acre unit located just north of the MS/ LA state line in 9 different sections with the drilling lo- cation in Section 31 of T1N, R3W north of Wyoming Road, 4 miles west of Hwy. 61, 6 miles southwest of Woodville. Along with the previously permitted Ventress 44-39H, the Bramlette is located farther west in Wilkinson County and could extend the "sweet spot" of the play. Jackson l l-2H unit re- places the Cavin 2-11H. The drilling location has changed along with the name, but the unit boundaries appear to be unchanged. The 1,899 acre CMR/ Foster Creek 8H, includes ouc~o~ o, 8, and 19 of T2N, R1E and appears to super- sede the previously permit- ted CMR/Foster Creek 8-5H unit. Goodrich also has pre- commercial wells in prog- ress. Both Nunnery 12-1H- 1, located in Amite County on the Pike County line 3 miles west of Magnolia, and Beech Grove 94H-1, locat- ed 4 miles east of Wilson, LA in East Feliciana, are below 10,000 feet and preparing to begin drilling the curve. The CJ-I. Lewis 30-19H- 1, located north of Bates School Read 1/2 mile west of Paul Honea Read in Amite County, is drilling below 16,000 feet and expecting to complete the drill any day now. We still don't know if the TMS will be a commercial play, but there's a lot of ef- fort being expended to try to make it so. We shall see! Please provide informa- tion or feedback you have for this column to bernell- mcgehee@gmail.com. All offers are subject tO credit approval. Valid credit or debit card is required to subscribe. Offer Is only valid to new subscribers for residential satellite TV service. SKINNER AC & ELECTRIC, LLC Eric & Laney Skinner. 345 College Street. 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