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oint conversion attempt.ż0aJohnson kicked his first field goal at the 7:00-minute mark of the second quarter. After being flagged for a holding call, the Tigers faced 3rd-and-15. They picked up 10 yards on a Johnson to Pullom pass. On fourth down, Johnson split the uprights for a 29-yarder to give the Tigers a 10-6 lead.ż0aMcKee put the Tigers up 18-12 on a 48-yard misdirection run. Good handed off to McKee, then spun left behind a blocker. The defense bit, and McKee was off to the races down the visitors' sideline.ż0aThe Tigers received to open the second half, and they got a boost from Barnes' 19-yard return of the kickoff. Starting at the Richton 48 yardline, the Tigers took four plays to extend their lead. ż0aThe second play was a 26-yard Good keeper right to the 22 yardline, the second an 11-yard Pullom carry around the right side. With the defense keying on the outside, Good dropped back and flew a spiral over the secondary into the hands of Daniels as he crossed into the endzone.ż0aThe Rebels scored a Lawn seating will start at 6 p.m. and no reservations are required for backyard events. Tickets can be purchased at the yard gate for $5 per person. ż0aA guide to the prop list and show etiquette is provided at www.rockyhorror.com/participation. All of the audience members are invited to dress in costume (of any kind) and bring the “Rocky” props. Call 228-467-9024 or go to www.bsllt.org for more information. ż0aSeveral local churches and organizations are planning "trunk-or-treat" for "fall festival" events, including:ż0a• Lutheran Church of the Pines, 309 Hwy. 90, Waveland, Trunk or Treat today, Saturday, Oct. 25 from 5-7 p.m. Food, crafts and candy. ż0a• Old Town Presbyterian Church at 114 Ulman St. in Bay St. Louis will host a free “Trunk or Treat" on Sunday, Oct. 26, starting at 5:30 p.m.ż0a• Word of Faith Church, located at 103 Old Spanish Trail in Waveland, will host its annual Fall Festival on Friday, Oct. 31, from 6-9 p.m. The event will include games, face painting, candy, hay rides, hot dogs, popcorn and more.ż0a• The city of Waveland will host its third annual family-friendly celebration on Friday, Oct. 31, starting at 5:30 p.m. Wear costumes, but nothing too scary. There will be a cake walk, face painting and free treats.ż0a• Bourgeois Stieffel Ray American Legion Post & Aux. 77 will welcome Trick or Treaters on Halloween night from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Post 77 Hall located at 503 Waveland Ave.ż0a• Retrofit Community Club will host a Trunk or Treat Fall Festival on Halloween Day, Friday, Oct. 31 at Martin Luther King Park, Washington Street, Bay St. Louis. The fun begins at 5:30 p.m. and lasts until 9 p.m. The block will be closed to traffic.ż0aTrick or Treaters are invited to come out to this free event for games, food and fun. Fall Fest games include a costume contest, pumpkin patch games, coloring contest, free candy for all and much more. All organizations, churches and groups are welcome to set up booths and participate. For more information call 228-760-5660, or 228-493-3822.ż0a• On Friday, the Hancock County Historical Society will offer its 20th annual Cedar Rest Cemetery Tour. Local volunteers in period dress will portray "residents' of the cemetery and tell stories about their lives during a candle-lit tour. Tours run from 5:30-8 p.m. Refreshments will be available after the tour at the Kate Lobrano House, beside the Hancock County Courthouse. Proceeds will help repair tombstones at the cemetery.ż0aThe Hancock County Library System is also offering several Halloween-themed events this week.ż0aDress the kids up in their Halloween costumes and bring them to the library to learn tips on Halloween safety.ż0aThe programs are set for Monday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library, and Tuesday, October 28 at 6 p.m. at the Kiln Public Library and ż0aChildren should wear their Halloween costumes to enter the costume contest with prizes awarded. The children will hear Halloween stories, make Halloween crafts, and receive goodies and Halloween safety bags. Refreshments will be served. Local law enforcement will also be on hand to talk with the children about how to stay safe for Halloween.ż0aThe Pearlington Public Library will also host a Trunk-or-Treat program on Thursday, October 30 at 6 p.m. The trunk or treat will be held in the parking lot of the library. There will be decorated cars, goodies and refreshments will be served.ż0aFor more information call the Kiln Public Library at 255-1724, the Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library at 467-5282, or the Pearlington Public Library at 533-0755.ĦautoĦautoĦ1Ħhaunted_-_chainsaw_for_web.jpgĦhaunted_--_first_for_web.jpgĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦIt was “Ghoul’s Night Out” Friday at the charity Haunted House behind Bubba Woods Truck and Import Center at Hwy. 603 and Longfellow. The house will be open again Sunday, Thursday and Friday. Proceeds will benefit the Hancock Food Pantry and Hancock County Animal Shelter.ĦIt was “Ghoul’s Night Out” Friday at the charity Haunted House behind Bubba Woods Truck and Import Center at Hwy. 603 and Longfellow. The house will be open again Sunday, Thursday and Friday. 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"A few more feet, the car would have came through my window."ż0aThe driver of the vehicle, Brandon Lomonaco, 29, of Diamondhead was laying outside the car and texting on his cell phone, Taylor said.ż0aDiamondhead Police arrived shortly after and Lomonaco was arrested on suspicion of DUI.ż0aJail records show he was booked on charges of DUI, public drunkenness, and disorderly conduct.ż0aHe later posted bond, records show.ż0aTaylor, who lives at the residence with her mother Jan and daughter Kaitlyn, said the accident caused a considerable amount of damage.ż0aAn adjacent home's front yard was also damaged, she said.ż0a"The mail box was destroyed and the lawn was torn up pretty good," she said. "Thankfully, it was not worse than it was."ż0aĦautoĦautoĦ1Ħstanton_ulmer_for_web.jpgĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦStanton UlmerĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ0Ħ41ĦamĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦstanton_ulmer_for_web.jpgĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ144ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ176ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦDwayne BremerĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2014102500041ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 8319Ħ1414216025Ħ2Ħ1414216025Ħ2Ħ10Ħ25Ħ2014ĦResident files ethics complaint against Diamondhead Water and Sewer boardĦA Diamondhead resident this week filed a complaint against the Diamondhead Water and Sewer District (DWSD) with the Mississippi Ethics Commission, claiming--among other things--that the public is being denied important information and too much discussion is going on in closed-door sessions.ż0aDiamondhead resident Tink L'Ecuyer and several other concerned residents have been attending DWSD meetings and raising questions about the district's plans to construct a new 17,000 square-foot administrative/maintenance facility and a proposed $30 million treatment plant.ż0aIn his ethics complaint, L'Ecuyer lists 19 occasions on which the board has entered into executive session this year alone.ĦA Diamondhead resident this week filed a complaint against the Diamondhead Water and Sewer District (DWSD) with the Mississippi Ethics Commission, claiming--among other things--that the public is being denied important information and too much discussion is going on in closed-door sessions.ż0aDiamondhead resident Tink L'Ecuyer and several other concerned residents have been attending DWSD meetings and raising questions about the district's plans to construct a new 17,000 square-foot administrative/maintenance facility and a proposed