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Stories from Friday, February 3, 2012

Judge issues gag order (02/03/12)
Marshall County Juvenile Court Judge Lee Bussart-Bowles issued a "gag order" this week at a hearing for Jerron Blake Braden, directing court officers and others present to refrain from disclosing developments regarding the 18-year-old man's case...
Monday, last day to register to vote (02/03/12)
The last day to register to vote in the Presidential Primary on March 6 is Monday, according to Marshall County Elections Administrator Tristan Arnold. Given poll results as reported in national news media, it would appear that President Barrack Obama will be challenged by either former House Speaker Newt Gingrich or former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney...
Lead guitar man settles horse farm for family, music studio (02/03/12)
By Clint Confehr Senior Staff Writer When a man settles down, it's usually for love, admittedly amid whatever raucous lifestyle he's embraced. For Alf Batz, life as lead guitar-man for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden - the band's performed for crowds of 300,000 people - is behind him, although he's been back to Europe for something of a victory lap just for the fun of it all...
New director of schools is selected (02/03/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer School board members voted overwhelmingly to make the local applicant who has spent her entire life in Marshall County their new director of schools. Jackie Abernathy happily accepted the job, and hugs and congratulations from board members...
Levi works in the tower (02/03/12)
By Clint Confehr Senior Staff Writer The Lewisburg man who's suing Marshall County - largely because it doesn't have long-term disability insurance coverage for the gunshot wound to his foot when he was a deputy - is now working in the county jail. Corrections Officer Greg Levi has been assigned to the tower since Dec. ...
Judge sends Bell to jail (02/03/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer A Nolensville woman who was staying in Chapel Hill will have the Marshall County Jail as her address for next seven months. Traci Lynn Bell's probation was revoked during Circuit Court on Jan. 25. Circuit Court Judge Robert Crigler ordered Bell to serve the balance of her 11 month 29 day sentence...
2012-13 school calendar ready for board approval (02/03/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer The 2012-2013 school calendar now only needs a vote of approval at a school board meeting to be adopted for the next school year. The teachers' calendar committee met last week, and unanimously voted to approve the calendar they had agreed on...
Eva Castella Hamlet (02/03/12)
Eva Castella Hamlet, 92, formerly of Cornersville, died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, in Cook County, Ill. She was the eldest child of the late John and Mattie Christine Mitchell. She moved to Detroit, Mich. in the 1940s and worked for The Chrysler Corporation for 40 years...
Omar A. Boyce (02/03/12)
Omar A. Boyce, 56, of the Wheel Community, passed early Wednesday morning, Feb. 1, 2012, at Alive Hospice of St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville after an extended illness. A native of Bedford County, Mr. Boyce was a farrier by trade and was a member of Victory Baptist Church. He was the son of the late Hershel Byron Boyce who passed in 1973 and Myrtle Perryman Boyce who passed in 2006...
Public Record (02/03/12)
Marriage licenses Steven Dewayne Dingwitz and Sarah Jane Hill; Bert Lavelle Head and Donna K. Russell Everett. Business listings Southern Goodies, 4658 Cook Lane, Lewisburg, TN 37091, owner: Liz Young; Whites Market, 2635 Nashville Highway, Lewisburg, TN 37091...
You can't un-ring a bell, attorney tells woman (02/03/12)
Maxine Henderson married a man who became one of the biggest oil distributors in the area and he had a pool table and friends came in and enjoyed their home and companionship. They also enjoyed her art. Her landscapes, still life paintings and portraits ranged from impressionistic to faithful oils portraying people doing ordinary things. One of those was what became known as "Nude Gwen."...
NAACP speaks out (02/03/12)
The Marshall County Branch NAACP would like to thank each and everyone that came to the Town Hall/School Board Meeting Jan. 21. We would also like to thank those of you who asked or turned in questions. Sometimes you may have to stand alone. Nevertheless we encourage you to stand. Stand for what matters to you and what's important. Yes Mr. Keny told Pres. Davis on Saturday morning that he would not be in attendance on Saturday afternoon...