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Stories from Wednesday, May 6, 2009

ELECTION: Woods, McRady, Davis win (05/06/09)
King to departments: 'Clean up your office' (05/06/09)
One of Marshall County's committees is dealing with the nitty-gritty business of running the local government - literally. "We sent a memo out to the department heads asking them if they would consider cleaning their own offices," Commissioner Mickey King said...
County has flood of concerns (05/06/09)
Emergency preparedness was emphasized Wednesday by Marshall County leaders in the wake of reports on the flu in surrounding counties and a forecast for more rain. "Nothing has happened here yet," County Emergency Preparedness Director Bob Hopkins said, "but we want to be prepared with this pre-warning on things that will protect you."...
New administrator appointed at jail (05/06/09)
The Marshall County Jail has a new administrator who's been a sheriff's employee at the jail for 13 years. Sheriff Les Helton appointed Sabrina Paterson to succeed Jason Williams who was the administrator for nearly four months after serving as assistant administrator for a year under Sam Bragg who became a captain over road deputies...
Crime reports (05/06/09)
Couple straddles fence in politics for business profits (05/06/09)
Now that Lewisburg residents know who their new mayor will be, some might still be wondering about who those folks in that house on Cornersville Highway voted for in the mayor's race. "I'll vote for one and you vote for the other," Dennis Deitz replied Monday when he and his wife, Sharon, were interviewed in their home at 875 Cornersville Highway about the signs for Barbara Woods and Jerry Freeman at their driveway apron...
Obituaries (05/06/09)
Willie Richard Mickells Willie Richard Mickells Jr., 30, of Eagleville, died Thursday, April 30, 2009, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Mr. Mickells was a native of Bedford County. He was a horse trainer and farrier and was employed with John Puckett Stables of Shelbyville. Mr. Mickells was a member of the Community Ministry Church in Chapel Hill...
School Board chooses Curtis for negotiating team (05/06/09)
The school board chose its director of schools to succeed board member Craig Michael on the team that negotiates with the teachers' association. The board held a special called meeting with just one item on the agenda: what to do with the negotiating team. Chairwoman Ann Tears reported that she had been in contact with legal and had been advised that the board could either leave the team with the remaining two members (Janet Wiles and Mitchell Byrd), or add a third member to replace Michael...
Stabbing suspect surrenders at jail (05/06/09)
Four days after a stabbing on Jackson Avenue, the Lewisburg Police Department's suspect surrendered at the Marshall County Jail where he's being held on $100,000 bond, charged with aggravated assault. James Gladden, 40, of Jackson Park, a subdivision of mobile homes in the vicinity of the county garage, is accused in a warrant obtained by Police Detective Scott Braden in connection with the stabbing of Jeremy Lee, 35, a Marshall County resident...
Hope heard for GM (05/06/09)
About 110 people at the Marshall County Republican Party's Presidents Day Dinner last weekend heard state Sen. Bill Ketron talk about state spending cuts and his thoughts on the GM plant at Spring Hill. County Party Chairman Mike Sherrell reported on Monday that Ketron cited at least two reasons that are favorable for the plant previously known at Saturn: The employees work ethic and the plant's central location...
Post Season Scoreboard (05/06/09)
Results, schedules from area district baseball, soccer and softball tournaments Baseball Postseason All schedules are subject to change DISTRICT 11-A at Columbia Academy Thursday, April 30 Huntland 14, Santa Fe 3 Richland 18, Cornersville 11 Culleoka 8, Moore County 0...