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Stories from Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Lawmen returned to duty, shooting victim hospitalized (10/06/10)
The Oklahoma man who was shot by police officers late last month was arrested and formally charged on Friday when he was released from Vanderbilt Medical Center. Cody Dale Barker, 31, of Blanchard, Okla., was then transported to another medical facility for further medical treatment, according to a press release from Marshall County Sheriff Norman Dalton...
Jail term handed down in prescription drug case (10/06/10)
A Petersburg woman was sentenced to a jail term last week on drug charges after entering an open plea of guilty to the charges as filed. Victoria Lynn "Tori" Coyle, 34, was indicted by the grand jury in June. The eight-count indictment relates to conspiracy to sell and/or deliver, and sale and delivery of Lortabs, a Schedule III controlled substance, to an agent of the 17th Judicial Drug Task Force on two dates in February. ...
Crime reports (10/06/10)
A 2006 Ford F350 pickup truck, worth $25,000, was stolen from the parking lot at Preston Hopkins Field, Lewisburg, on Oct. 1. The owner told police he left the game in a friend's vehicle and when he came back for his truck it was gone. Other thefts and vandalism reported...
Briefs (10/06/10)
Marshall County Sheriff Norman Dalton is asking the public for pictures of former Marshall County sheriffs to become part of a display honoring past sheriffs at the sheriff's office. For more information, call Norman Dalton, Katie Burk, or Cindy Durand at 359-6122...
Bypass widening bids to be opened Oct. 29 (10/06/10)
NASHVILLE -- The Tennessee Department of Transportation has scheduled an Oct. 29 bid letting that includes widening of a portion of the bypass in Lewisburg. "The bids will be opened on Oct. 29," TDOT spokeswoman B.J. Doughty said of "the reconstruction of State Route 106 from south of State Route 272 to north of State Route 50."...
Students preparing for debates (10/06/10)
Marshall County High School students are drafting questions about the economy, and more specifically jobs, as well as education issues for the upcoming political debates for state House and Senate candidates, according to their American government teacher...
Recalling the 'Red House' (10/06/10)
A two-story house on First Avenue North, now overgrown with kudzu and sometimes referred to as the "red house," has been the target of Lewisburg's codes enforcement officer for more than a year. "The time has come, actually it's way past time, for something to be done with that house," Codes Administrator Greg Lowe said late last week when asked about the building identified by a retired school teacher as one of the earliest high schools in town...
Nine seek developer job (10/06/10)
Nine people have applied for the job of industrial developer at Lewisburg City Hall. Five are Marshall County residents. Seven of the nine were willing to be named publicly. The other two are county residents who preferred to remain anonymous, although their applications are public record...
Obituary: Janice Lynn Keith (10/06/10)
Janice Lynn Keith, 55, of Lewisburg, died Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010, in Marshall Medical Center. Mrs. Keith was a native of Marshall County, and was the daughter of the late William "Bill" Martin Hill Jr. and Betty Pigue Hill of Lewisburg. She was the owner of the Lewisburg Credit Bureau and a member of East Commerce Baptist Church...