Celina Police Chief Makes Four Drug Arrests

Celina Police Chief Terry Scott made a difference in the fight against drugs in Celina recently, as he arrested four individuals on drug related charges within a week’s timespan. Mark Brewington, 26, was arrested on Sept. 1 for public intoxication, Schedule VI drugs and Schedule II drugs by Chief Scott. Chief Scott’s report states in…

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Man Arrested Twice In 24 Hours

Getting arrested once in 24 hours wasn’t enough for one man. While in jail, the man continued his crime spree and allegedly assaulted an officer. Lance Gregory Grooms, 26 of Celina, was arrested on Aug. 30 for domestic assault, Schedule VI drugs and unlawful possession or carrying of a weapon by a convicted felon by…

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Murderer Describes Killing In Own Words

Recently convicted murderer Edward Walsh had his confession played at his trial. In the confession interview, Walsh described in his own words how he killed Melisha Mosier. Walsh was interviewed by Investigator Randall Slayton and the confession was played in open court during his trial. In his confession, Walsh admitted to killing his girlfriend Melisha…

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Meadows Announces Retirement

Russell Meadows announced his retirement after an over 50 year career as a mechanic. Meadows stated, “I am thankful for everyone who helped me out and stuck with me over the years. I want everyone to know that I will still be operating the wrecker.” Meadows began his career as a mechanic in the late…

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Obits 8/22/17

Elizabeth Lynn “Liz” Capps Elizabeth Lynn “Liz” Capps, 26 of Moss, passed away Aug. 7 at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. Funeral services were held Aug. 14 at the Hall Funeral Home in Celina with Bro. Ronnie Parsons officiating. Interment followed in Bailey Cemetery at Heston, Ky. At the request of the family, expressions of…

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Obits 8/15/17

Card Of Thanks October 3, 1945 – July 2, 2017 Thank You To All For Kindness, Sympathy Our hearts are full of gratitude when we say many thanks to family members, friends, and neighbors for all acts of kindness and sympathy: food, flowers, donations to the Union Hill Cemetery Fund, cards, visits, and kind words…

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Obits 8/8/17

Sally Elizabeth Davis Certified Nurses Assistant Sally Elizabeth Davis, 79 of Celina, passed away July 31 at Celina Health and Rehabilitation Center in Celina.  Funeral services will be held on August 4, at the Hall Funeral Home in Celina with Bro. Kenny Westmoreland officiating.  Interment will follow in Fellowship Cemetery. She was born March 21,…

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Murderer Describes Killing In Own Words

Recently convicted murderer Edward Walsh had his confession played at his trial. In the confession interview, Walsh described in his own words how he killed Melisha Mosier. Walsh was interviewed by Investigator Randall Slayton and the confession was played in open court during his trial. In his confession, Walsh admitted to killing his girlfriend Melisha…

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Meadows Announces Retirement

Russell Meadows announced his retirement after an over 50 year career as a mechanic. Meadows stated, “I am thankful for everyone who helped me out and stuck with me over the years. I want everyone to know that I will still be operating the wrecker.” Meadows began his career as a mechanic in the late…

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Two Arrested For Drugs

Two individuals were arrested for drugs in separate and unrelated cases recently. Joshua T. Fraley was arrested following an alleged incident that involved inhaling keyboard duster. Fraley, 24 of Hilham, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication by Officer Jake Beu. For more on this story, pick up a copy of this…

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Stolen Four Wheeler Leads To Drug Arrests

A couple that allegedly stole a four-wheeler face several charges after police discovered drugs in their home. Patrick W. Bandy and Valla S. Mayhew were both arrested on Aug. 13 for theft of property, possession of meth, possession of Schedule VI drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia by Officer Jeff Coffelt. For more on this…

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September Is Suicide Prevention Month

In Tennessee, an estimated 950 men, women and children die by suicide each year. More people die by suicide each year than from homicide, AIDS or drunk driving. Suicide is the leading cause of violent deaths in our state, nationally and worldwide, far above homicide and death due to natural disasters. Suicide is the second-leading…

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Bulldogs Season Starts Off 2-0

For the first time in what feels like a long time, Clay County Bulldog Football Team begins their season with a 2-0 record. In the Battle of the Bulldogs, the Clay County Bulldogs defeated the Red Boiling Springs (RBS) Bulldogs with a final score of 34-12. The Bulldogs snapped a losing streak against Jackson County…

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