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Stories from Friday, August 3, 2007

ID thief claims neurotransmitters damaged by heroin, sought prompt solution from DA (08/03/07)
A Marshall County jury convicted a Memphis man this week on identity theft and forgery charges in a case the man wanted "resolved promptly," according to his letter to the state prosecutor in January. "I am really not a bad person," Roscoe Temple Crawley 56, wrote to the district attorney about passing a forged $1,200 check at the First National Bank in the Belfast Community on Oct. 5, 2005, according to Crawley's Jan. 19 letter...
TBI seeks help locating missing couple (08/03/07)
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Hardin County Sheriff's Department are hoping the public might help them locate a 17 year-old girl and her boyfriend who have been missing for more than a week. Kristina Branum and her 21 year-old boyfriend, Christopher Mittendorf, were reported missing by their parents on July 28th. Four days later, the green Geo Prism they were traveling in was found abandoned in a rural part of Lawrence County, approximately 40-50 miles from their home...
'I could have profited $1,900' (08/03/07)
A Lewisburg-based businessman is scheduled to appear in Chapel Hill Town Court today on charges that he was conducting business on Spring Creek Road without a permit during the annual tractor pull. Chapel Hill Police Chief Jackie King on July 20 and 21 cited Michael Farrar of Farrar Bail Bonding, 203 1st Ave., North, to appear before Town Judge Bill Haywood at 1 p.m. because Farrar didn't have a temporary dealer permit...
Lewisburg leaders oppose moving city election date (08/03/07)
Local issues get lost during state, federal contests, but more may vote
Chapel Hill buying water from county (08/03/07)
Drought affects town well, spring, but no rationing
School Lunch Menus (08/03/07)
Marshall Elementary School Monday, Aug. 6 -- NO SCHOOL Tuesday, Aug. 7 - Breakfast: Steak and biscuit, juice or fruit and low-fat milk. Lunch: Choice of steak and gravy or baked chicken nuggets; green beans, cheesy potatoes, sliced peaches, whole wheat roll and low-fat milk...
Memos (08/03/07)
Chapel Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church BBQ and Ice Cream dinner will be held at the church on Aug. 4 beginning at 4 p.m. Raffle drawings for items such as a gas grill, handmade quilt and a lawn & garden sprayer. There will also be an antique car show and a Kids Zone to go along with the BBQ dinner with all the fixin's and homemade ice cream...
Local Meetings (08/03/07)
The Marshall County ECD Tourism Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 6, 2007, at 2212 Courthouse Annex, Lewisburg, TN. The Town of Chapel Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen will hold a work session concerning the Town Administrator Report at 5 p.m. on Aug. 7 at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, located at 119 North Horton Parkway...
Edward Chesley Roberson (08/03/07)
Edward Chesley Roberson August 1, 2007 Edward Chesley Roberson, age 92 of Lewisburg, died Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2007 at St. Thomas Hospital. Roberson was a native of Marshall County and son of the late Chesley and Velma Hobby Roberson. He was retired from Carter Chevrolet Company, served his country during WW II and was a member of Church Street Church of Christ...
Shirley Neal Albert (08/03/07)
Shirley Neal Albert July 31, 2007 Funeral service for Mrs. Shirley Neal Albert, age 64, of Lewisburg, who passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2007, at the Vanderbilt Medical Center, were conducted on Friday, Aug. 3, 2007 at 2 p.m., in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Bro. Mitch Hedge officiating. Burial will follow in the Lexie Crossroads cemetery...
Royce Allen Hill (08/03/07)
Royce Allen Hill July 31, 2007 Royce Allen Hill, age 57, of Rockvale, died Tuesday, July 31, 2007 in Franklin. Hill was a native of Rutherford County and was a son of Emma Chrisman Hill and the late Malachi Melvin Hill. He was a newspaper distributor for the Williamson Herald Newspaper until becoming disabled...
Terry Lynn Foster (08/03/07)
Terry Lynn Foster July 30, 2007 Terry Lynn Foster, age 59 of Lewisburg, died Tuesday, July 30, 2007. Foster was a native of Marshall County, and son of the late Ulna (Cy) Foster and Margaret Helton Foster of Nashville. He was retired from JFG Coffee Company and owned and operated SmartWay Sell and Ship in Lewisburg. He attended the Methodist Church...
Mary Ann Foster (08/03/07)
Mary Ann Foster July 30, 2007 Mary Ann Foster age 43 of Lewisburg, died Monday, July 30, 2007. Foster was a native of Indianapolis, Ind. and was a partner in Smartway Sell and Shipping Company. She was a member of the Catholic Church and was the wife of Terry Foster (deceased)...
Nadine Brown (08/03/07)
Nadine Brown July 30, 2007 Nadine Brown, age 77, of Chapel Hill, Tennessee, formerly of Brownfield, Texas, died Monday evening, July 30, 2007 in Columbia. Brown was a native of Post, Texas and was a daughter of the late Willis Henry and Martha Mae "Mattie" Egger Wagner. She was a homemaker and a member of the Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Howard Wayne Brown who died in May of 2001...
Christian Seth Guthrie (08/03/07)
Chasity N. Guthrie of Lewisburg and Christopher J. Melear of Lynnville announce the birth of their son, Christian Seth Guthrie, born on July. 25, 2007. He weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Sally L. Adams of Lewisburg and James D. ...
Bradley Reese Hooten (08/03/07)
Reese Hooten was born on April 3, 2007 at Williamson Medical Center. He weighed eight pounds, four ounces and was 22 inches long. He is the son of Brad and Lacy Hooten and the brother of Saxon Hooten. His grandparents are Steve and Tracey Hooten, Fred and Kathy Hart, John and Charlotte Zajac and Don and Gerry Pollock. His great grandparents are Bill and Joanne Hooten...
Skateboarding now and then; Reflections on the big kahuna (08/03/07)
My how things do change. Here in this small town during the 21st Century, a man who owns what used to be a middle school has endorsed use of the building for a skateboard park and if things proceed as planned, there'll be a place for an extreme sport and "hot dogger" tricks on the second floor of the old school...