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Stories from Friday, June 22, 2012

Eight days left for voter registration (06/22/12)
From staff reports There are only eight business days left to register to vote in Marshall County's general election on Aug. 2. July 3rd is the last day to register to vote and early voting starts Friday the 13th next month, County Elections Director Tristan Arnold said this week...
Genesco generating jobs (06/22/12)
By Clint Confehr Senior Staff Writer CHAPEL HILL - Millions of shoes are moving through the Genesco warehouse here and, given recent developments, it would appear that number would grow. "Dockers purchased a company, so we're distributing an entirely new line of shoes," plant manager David Turrentine said during a break from his work at the building usually referred to as Dockers...
Burgess found guilty of murder (06/22/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer A Lewisburg man is facing life in prison after a jury pronounced him guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday at the end of a two and a half day trial. Phillip Burgess, 33, was accused of murdering Joey Perryman, 48, on Aug. 7, 2011, at No. 7, Martin Street Apartments...
Young Lewisburg native hospitalized by hit, run crash in Murfreesboro (06/22/12)
From staff reports MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Police on Wednesday found an SUV described as the car that hit a man who grew up in Lewisburg last weekend, police said. Donald Faulkner, 22, "is still in stable condition" in Vanderbilt University Medical Center after arriving at the hospital by Life Flight helicopter on June 16 at 1:09 a.m., Vanderbilt spokeswoman Ashley Culver said Thursday...
Shots fired, man arrested Monday (06/22/12)
By Karen Hall Staff Writer Shots were fired at a home on Springplace Road Monday night, and a Lewisburg man was charged with aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Robert E. Fitz Jr., 67, of Monte Murrey Road, had been visiting with neighbors in Springplace Road, according to the report by Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Larry Hardin. ...
Bush signs with Chattanooga State (06/22/12)
Despite using up his eligibility at Marshall County High School, senior baseball player Brandon Bush will remain a Tiger for two more years after signing a letter of intent to play with the Chattanooga State Community College Tigers last Thursday while making a visit to their campus. A three-year starter at catcher for MCHS, Bush was one of Marshall County's main offensive catalyst's during that time and earned All-District honors his senior season.
Elks loosen Nichirin's clamp on top spot (06/22/12)
The twelve-time defending Marshall County Babe Ruth champion Elks put a damper on Nichirin's title run Tuesday night via a 6-4 upset win. "They played better ball tonight," said Elks' skipper Shane Hobbs. "We cut down on most errors, we made a few, but they hit the ball and the pitching came through for us."
Poteete leads MMC over A-Plus (06/22/12)
Marshall Medical Center's Ethan Poteete pulled double-duty Tuesday night, hurling a complete game on the mound, while doing heavy damage at the dish in a 10-4 win over A-Plus Collision Center. Poteete and the MMC staff gave up four runs in the first inning on three hits, two walks, and a crucial error before shutting down the body shop boys the rest of the night.
Saddle Creek Ladies Golf Association up and running (06/22/12)
Picture yourself and a group of good friends playing nine holes of golf on a warm afternoon followed by cocktails and appetizers. This is the scene every Monday evening at Saddle Creek Golf Club as the Ladies Golf Association (LGA) gets their season up and running.
Stanley Karpinski, (06/22/12)
Stanley Karpinski, 85, of Chapel Hill, died Wednesday, June 20, 2012, in Lewisburg. Mr. Karpinski was born in Oriskany Falls, N.Y. and was a son of the late Andrew John and Mary Bobo Karpinski. He was retired from General Motors Corporation after 27 years of service. Stanley was a member of the Catholic Church and served as a volunteer policeman. He was a member of the Lions Club, and an organizer and member of the UAW Retirees Group...
Charles Sanford (06/22/12)
Charles "Wolf" Sanford, 65, of Nolensville, died Thursday, June 21, 2012, in Franklin. Mr. Sanford was born in Williamson County and was a son of the late Charles W. and Pauline Barker Sanford. He was the owner of Sanford Tractor Service of Nolensville...