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Come to the Party! National Trails Day at Edgar Evins State Park

May 22, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
First Sign –-: This colorful sign at the trail head sums up what to expect on the almost ½ mile trail.
Miss Teen Tennessee -–: Miss Tennessee’s Outstanding Teen, Mary Humphrey, Jackson, TN, will help Ramble, the Tennessee State Park mascot, cut the ribbon on the new trail. Miss Humphrey, whose slogan is “Pages With a Purpose”, has been campaigning across the state promoting literacy
2018 April Walk through on the Story Book Trail –-: A delegation of park staff and Friends of Edgar Evins State Park walked the trail in April to see what remained to be done. They are left to right: Fount Bertram, Bradyville. Lori Christensen, Woodbury, Kenny Gragg, Park Manager, Ranger Justin Vaughn, Anna Bertram, Bradyville, and Jason Cross, Maintenance Manager.

Edgar Evins State Park is celebrating National Trails Day on Saturday, June 2 with a new Hillside Story Book Trail, new aviary and a party and you are invited to join in the fun.

A ribbon cutting for a new kid friendly half mile story book trail will take place along with the unveiling of the newly built aviary next to the Interpretive Center at the park. Read, Exercise, and Explore. The new trail combines a children's nature story with the thrill of being in the great outdoors. Come see how one of nature's miracles grows from a tiny egg to a flying jewel as each sign posted at intervals along the trail reveals more of the story, based on the book, Where Butterflies Grow, by Joanne Ryder with pictures by Lynne Cherry.

Miss Tennessee’s Outstanding Teen, Mary Humphrey of Jackson will help Ramble, the Tennessee State Park mascot, cut the ribbon on the new trail. Miss Humphrey, whose slogan is “Pages With a Purpose”, has been campaigning across the state promoting literacy.

Guided and unguided hikes will be held from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the Story Book Trail.

Giant pages of the book will be posted on signs at intervals along the trail for youngsters to enjoy. Guides on the tour will help children with their level of reading. The purpose of the Story Book Trail is to stimulate young readers as well as to encourage them and caregivers to enjoy an outdoor experience together. The trail was built by volunteers and park staff as a project of the Friends of Edgar Evins State Park.

The project is endorsed by the Governor's Books From Birth Foundation, Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, Ready to Read, Tennessee State Parks, and Friends of Tennessee State Parks Conservancy. Representatives will be on hand to sign up children from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to receive free books monthly from the Imagination Library. Refreshments and party favors will be available along with crafts to make and other activities for the children in addition to the trail and aviary.

The aviary is the Girl Scout Gold Award project of Smithville’s Neely Evans, Troop 1146.

“We are proud of Neely and what she has achieved! Come admire this outstanding aviary and enjoy the birds,” said Fount Bertram, President of Friends of Edgar Evins State Park.

“Spearheaded by the Friends of Edgar Evins State Park with help from park staff, this trail has finally taken shape after over a year of planning and working together. We wish to thank the park staff and many others also for the opportunity to complete and present this trail to the children and families visiting the park. Among these are the Cookeville Children’s Museum, the Public Library Systems for DeKalb, Putnam and Smith counties for their help with games and activities for this event as well as the Friends of Tennessee State Parks and the Tennessee Trails Association for grants of money to help defray costs. Thanks also to the many volunteers of all ages who jumped in to help construct the trail from scratch on the hillside, including members of Tennessee Trails Association, Smithville Brownie Girl Scout Troop 3094 under the leadership of Tanya Hale, and the young men of the former Smithville Boy Scout Troop 875 under the leadership of Cameron Beal, and others,” added Bertram.

The Friends of Edgar Evins State Park is an all-volunteer organization with the sole purpose of helping the park. For more information about contributing money or time please visit our website at www.foeesp.com or Facebook at Friends of EESP.

Unruly Party-Goer Charged with DUI

May 21, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
Brian Quirino
Timothy William Patrick
Sammy Gene Taylor
Eddie Lee Carter
Noe Francisco Ambrocio

A man who got drunk and unruly at a party early Sunday morning was arrested for driving under the influence after being asked to leave the premises.

33 year old Brian Quirino of West Lawn Drive, Goodlettsville will make a court appearance on June 14 for DUI and a second offense of driving while license revoked.

Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on Sunday, May 20 a deputy was dispatched to a residence in the area of New Home Road due to an unwanted guest. Quirino was attending a party at this residence but after becoming confrontational with everyone there, he was asked to leave but refused to go.

Upon arrival, the officer spoke with Quirino who was unsteady on his feet. Quirino’s speech was slurred. His eyes were bloodshot and he had a strong odor of alcohol on his person. He admitted to having been drinking all night. The deputy requested that he get a ride home and to return for his vehicle the next day. He agreed and called for a ride. The officer remained at the residence until Quirino’s ride arrived. After the driver picked up Quirino, the deputy observed Quirino get out of that vehicle and into his own automobile. The officer witnessed Quirino jump a ditch as he tried to drive away on New Home Road without his headlights on. The officer immediately pulled over Quirino and placed him under arrest. Quirino refused to submit to field sobriety tasks. A computer check revealed that Quirino’s license were revoked and that he had a prior charge against him for the same offense, driving on a revoked license.

29 year old Timothy William Patrick of Tobitt Road, McMinnville is charged with public intoxication. His bond is $1,500 and he will make a court appearance on June 14.

Sheriff Ray said that on Monday, May 14 a deputy responded to Old Bildad Road due to an unwanted guest trying to enter a home. Upon arrival the officer found Patrick on the back porch of the victim’s house. He was unsteady on his feet and his speech was slurred. He admitted to the deputy that he had used methamphetamine. Patrick was placed under arrest.

57 year old Sammy Gene Taylor of King Ridge Road, Dowelltown is charged with domestic assault. He is under a $3,000 bond and his court date is June 14.

Sheriff Ray said that on Wednesday, May 16 a deputy was dispatched to a residence on King Ridge Road, Dowelltown due to a physical domestic. A woman told the officer that her boyfriend, Taylor busted a window out of their home, crawled inside, and grabbed her by the arm. She had recently undergone surgery on that arm. Taylor was placed under arrest.

48 year old Eddie Lee Carter of Joppa Road, Walling is charged with public intoxication. His bond is $1,500 and his court date is June 14.
Sheriff Ray said that on Saturday, May 19 a deputy was dispatched to Pates Ford Marina due to an intoxicated person. Upon arrival the officer spoke with the suspect, Carter who had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. Carter was unsteady on his feet and his speech was slurred.

29 year old Noe Francisco Ambrocio of Fall Creek Drive, Smithville is charged with a second offense of driving under the influence. He was further cited for driving on roadways laned for travel and driving on a revoked license. His bond is $3,000 and his court date is June 14.

Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, May 20 a deputy stopped a vehicle for failing to maintain its lane of travel. He spoke with the driver, Ambrocio whose speech was slurred. His eyes were glossy and bloodshot and he had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on him. Ambrocio submitted to but performed poorly on standardized field sobriety tasks.

Northside Student Wins Farm Bureau Women's State Poster Contest

May 21, 2018
Yvette Chivers is pictured third from left with her winning poster

Northside Elementary 4th grade student, Yvette Chivers, daughter of Stephany Chivers, was awarded First Place in the Farm Bureau Women’s State Poster Contest. This announcement came on Saturday, April 21st during the 71st Annual Farm Bureau Women’s State Leadership Conference held at the TN Farm Bureau Building in Columbia, TN.

The subject of this year’s poster contest was “FARM TO FORK.” This is an annual contest to promote education in the use of agriculture in daily living and its effects on the economy. Yvette received a $200.00 cash prize.

Yvette is pictured third from left with her winning poster. All 4th Grade Students are eligible to enter this contest. DeKalb Farm Bureau wishes to thank all those who entered the contest and the school system for allowing us to promote this on our county level.

County Mayor Signs Proclamation Recognizing EMS Week

May 21, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
County Mayor Tim Stribling Signs EMS Week Proclamation with EMS Director Hoyte Hale
Working D Shift last Thursday: Jason Rice, Trent Hillis, Cody Johnson, Stephanie Brown, Matthew Adcock, EMS Director Hoyte Hale, and Joey Criddle
Working A Shift last Friday: Tony Williams, Matt Melton, Jamie Vernon, Jimmy Savage, Kim Johnson, and Trevin Merriman on the Day Truck.
Working B Shift Saturday: Tim Briggs, Kim Johnson, Misty Green, and Allen Mason
Working C Shift Sunday: Justin Thompson, Donna Melton, Trent Phipps, Daniel Summers, and Matt Melton

A week dedicated to celebrating emergency service workers is being recognized in DeKalb County.

The community relies on emergency workers to rush to the rescue, no matter what the circumstance.

County Mayor Tim Stribling has signed a proclamation designating May 20-26 as Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week in DeKalb County. EMS Director Hoyte Hale joined County Mayor Stribling for the occasion.

The proclamation is as follows:

"Whereas, Emergency Medical Services is a vital public service; and

Whereas, the members of Emergency Medical Teams are ready to provide lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week; and

Whereas, access to quality Emergency Care dramatically improves the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury; and

Whereas, the Emergency Medical Services system consists of emergency physicians, emergency nurses, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, firefighters, educators, administrators, and others; and

Whereas, the members of Emergency Medical Services teams, whether career or volunteer, engage in thousands of hours of specialized training and continuing education to enhance their lifesaving skills; and

Whereas, it is appropriate to recognize the value and the accomplishments of Emergency Medical Services providers by designating Emergency Medical Services Week;

Now, Therefore, I Tim Stribling, County Mayor, DeKalb County, Tennessee, in recognition of this event do hereby proclaim the week of May 20-26, 2018 as Emergency Medical Services Week.

With the theme, EMS, YOUR LIFE OUR MISSION, I encourage the community to observe this week with the appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities".

Members of the DeKalb EMS Staff in addition to Director Hoyte Hale are:

A-SHIFT
Donna Melton-AEMT
Jamie Parsley-AEMT
Jamie Vernon-EMT-P
Tony Williams-EMT-P

B-SHIFT
Kim Johnson-EMT-P
Allen Mason-EMT-P
Tim Briggs-EMT-P
Misty Green-AEMT

C-SHIFT
Trent Phipps-EMT-P
Daniel Summers-EMT-P
Justin Thompson- EMT-B
Matt Melton-AEMT

D-SHIFT
Joey Criddle-EMT-P
Stephanie Brown-EMT-P
Matthew Adcock- EMT-B
Trent Hillis-AEMT

DAY TRUCK:
Trevin Merriman-EMT-P

Part Time Staff:
Cody Johnson-EMT-PCC
Charles Nokes-EMT-P
Jeff Cole-EMT-PCC
John Hurd-EMT-P
Becky Atnip-AEMT
Lonnie Laxton-AEMT
Jennifer Phillips-AEMT
Jimmy Savage-EMT-P
Rebecca Partridge-AEMT
Kevin Cripps-AEMT
Edward Brooks-AEMT
Houston Austin-EMT-PCC
Marie Turpin-EMT-PCC
Kristie Johnson-EMT-PCCICQA
Tyler Grandstaff-EMT-PCC
John Poss-AEMT
Jason Rice-AEMT
Tyler Downs-AEMT
April Jakes-AEMT
Tyler Stone-EMT-P
David Pitts-EMT-P
Sarah Carrasquillo-AEMT
Greg Whaley-AEMT
Joey Pillow-AEMT
Sam Copeland-AEMT
Greta Stone-EMT-PCC/IC

Tigerettes Fall to Sweetwater in Sub-State

May 21, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
Tigerettes Fall to Sweetwater in Sub-State

The season ended for the DCHS Tigerettes Saturday with a 7 to 4 loss to Sweetwater in the Class AA Sub-State or Sectionals in Smithville.

Sweetwater scored 7 runs on 13 hits and made no errors. DeKalb County scored 4 runs on 6 hits and made no errors.

Sweetwater scored 1 run in the 1st inning and 3 runs in the 5th and 6th innings. DeKalb County scored 1 run in the 1st and 2nd innings and 2 runs in the 3rd inning.

Kenzie France was the losing pitcher.

Kenzie France had a homerun. Megan Walker had 2 singles. Jonie Robinson and Kenzie France singled and Kristena Bain had a double.

The Tigerettes conclude the season at 23-12 and 11-3 in the district. They won both the District and Regional Tournament Championships.

Two Arrested for Aggravated Criminal Trespassing

May 20, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
Sherry Gunter
Darrell Wayne Newby
Randall Eugene Tittle
John Michael Turner
Robin Lynn Woodard
Tabitha Danielle Martin
Garrett Michael Johnson

Two people caught inside someone else’s home have been charged with aggravated criminal trespassing.

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36 year old Sherry Gunter of Shady Drive, Smithville and 42 year old Darrell Wayne Newby of McMinnville were arrested after they were discovered at a home on Neil Drive. Gunter and Newby were also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and simple possession of a schedule II drug (0.06 grams of methamphetamine).

Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on Monday, May 7 a deputy was dispatched to Neil Drive due to a possible burglary in progress. Upon arrival the officer found both Gunter and Newby inside the residence. The owner of the home told the deputy that no one was supposed to be there. Gunter and Newby were placed under arrest for aggravated criminal trespassing.

During the investigation, Gunter and Newby were found with 0.06 grams of methamphetamine along with approximately 20 hypodermic needles, five glass pipes, digital scales, and a grinder.

Gunter’s bond is $2,000 and she will make a court appearance on June 28. Newby’s bond is $5,000.

48 year old Randall Eugene Tittle of Tubb Street, Liberty is charged with theft of property over $1,000. His bond is $10,000.

Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, May 6 Tittle stole a Champion Model 8500 generator from a construction site on Nashville Highway in Liberty. The generator is valued at $1,800. The case was investigated by a sheriff’s department detective.

49 year old John Michael Turner of A.B. Frazier Road, Smithville is charged with public intoxication. His bond is $2,000 and his court date is June 14.

According to Sheriff Ray, on Wednesday, May 9 law enforcement officers were requested by EMS to provide immediate assistance. Upon arrival, the officer met with EMS and Turner, outside Turner’s home. Turner was aggressive and combative and he had a very strong odor of alcohol on him. He was also unsteady on his feet. Sheriff Ray said Turner cursed and yelled at both the officer and EMS personnel and he refused commands to calm down and get back inside the residence. Turner was then placed into custody.

33 year old Robin Lynn Woodard of Hogan Drive, Gordonsville is charged with criminal impersonation and evading arrest. She is under a $7,000 bond and her court date is June 14.

Sheriff Ray said that on April 27 a deputy stopped a gray Ford truck for failure to yield at a stop sign and spoke with the driver and passenger. He asked the passenger, Woodard for her identification. She handed him an ID which belonged to another woman. A computer check revealed the woman identified had an active warrant against her in Coffee County. During the investigation (Woodard) escaped on foot as the officer was unable to catch up to her. After a further investigation, the deputy learned that Woodard was the passenger of the truck who had fled the scene. Woodard was arrested later and admitted to having handed the deputy another person’s ID before escaping on foot.

32 year old Tabitha Danielle Martin of Chapman Hollow Road, Dowelltown is charged with violation of an order of protection. Her bond is $3,500 and her court date is June 14.

Sheriff Ray said that on Friday, May 11 a deputy was called to do a welfare check at a residence on East Main Street in Dowelltown concerning Martin. Upon arrival the officer spoke with the homeowner but was told Martin was not believed to be there. The deputy searched the residence and found Martin hiding in a bedroom closet. A computer check revealed that Martin has an order of protection against her to stay away from the woman at this home. The homeowner surmised that Martin had entered the residence while she was sleeping. Martin was placed under arrest.

24 year old Garrett Michael Johnson of Green Brook Drive, Lebanon is charged with public intoxication and aggravated criminal trespassing. He was also cited for possession of a schedule IV drug (Diazapam) and possession of drug paraphernalia. His bond is $5,000 and his court date is June 14.

Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, May 13 a deputy was dispatched to check out a suspicious vehicle at a vacant home on Wenger Lane. Upon arrival the officer noticed that the garage door was open. Johnson came out of the house. According to the officer, Johnson was shaking and his speech was slurred. He admitted to having taken drugs.The deputy found on Johnson needles and two and a half pills of Diazapam but not in the proper prescription bottle. Johnson could not produce a valid prescription for the drugs. According to Sheriff Ray, the officer discovered that the garage door to the home would not stay shut because it was warped and the door inside the garage leading to the basement had been pried open. Johnson told the deputy that he knew the mortgage company now owned the home because of papers posted on the door. Johnson was placed under arrest.

Four High School Students Among Six Involved in Three Vehicle Crash

May 20, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
Four High School Students Among Six Involved in Three Vehicle Crash (Jim Beshearse Photo)
Picture shows 2001 Ford F-150 blue truck, driven by 59 year old Ricky Dowell of Alexandria. Dowell’s wife, 57 year old Shelia Dowell was a passenger with Ricky. Behind it is a 2007 white Ford truck FX4 Off Road,which was driven by a 17 year old boy. Riding with this teen was a 15 year old girl (Jim Beshearse Photo)
A 17 year old girl, driving a 2005 white Chevy Cavalier (SHOWN HERE), was turning left (West) onto West Broad Street from Anthony Avenue and crossed the path of an eastbound 2001 Ford F-150 blue truck, driven by 59 year old Ricky Dowell of Alexandria (Jim Beshearse Photo).

Six people including four teens enroute to the high school graduation were involved in a three vehicle crash Friday evening at the intersection of West Broad Street and Anthony Avenue.

Three of the teens are age 17 and the other is 15. Smithville Police did not release their names because they are minors.

According to Smithville Police Captain Steven Leffew, a 17 year old girl, driving a 2005 white Chevy Cavalier, was turning left (West) onto West Broad Street from Anthony Avenue and crossed the path of an eastbound 2001 Ford F-150 blue truck, driven by 59 year old Ricky Dowell of Alexandria. Dowell’s wife, 57 year old Shelia Dowell was a passenger with Ricky. A 17 year old girl was a passenger with the teen driver in the Cavalier.

Although Dowell swerved trying to avoid a collision, his truck hit the Cavalier, and then struck another vehicle, a westbound 2007 white Ford truck FX4 Off Road, driven by a 17 year old boy. Riding with this teen was a 15 year old girl.

According to the police report, the teen driver of the Cavalier told officers that it was raining really hard and she could not see very well. The girl said she pulled out on to West Broad Street and never saw Dowell’s truck.

Dowell told police that the teen driver of the Cavalier never stopped at the intersection stop sign at West Broad and Anthony Avenue and pulled out in front of him.

Both Ricky and Shelia Dowell were transported by EMS to St Thomas DeKalb Hospital as were the two teens in the Chevy Cavalier. The teens in the Ford FX4 were not injured.

The Smithville Volunteer Fire Department was also on the scene providing assistance.

The crash was investigated by Officer Tyler Patterson of the Smithville Police Department.

Rains Didn't Dampen Spirits of DCHS Graduates (VIEW VIDEOS HERE)

May 18, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
Marshal Evins Receives White Rose Award from DCHS Principal Randy Jennings
Olivia Winter Receives White Rose Award from DCHS Principal Randy Jennings
Trey Jones Receives Citizenship Award from DCHS Principal Randy Jennings

Two rounds of thundershowers forced a one hour delay in Friday night’s commencement for the Class of 2018 at DeKalb County High School but the rains couldn’t dampen the spirits of the graduates who waited out the weather to go through with the ceremony and receive their diplomas.

All did not go as planned however. Because of the rains, neither the DCHS Chorus or Band were able to perform as scheduled.

Graduating seniors are now looking toward the next chapter in their lives after saying their goodbyes to DCHS as students.

Three of the most outstanding members of the class were singled out for special recognition. This year's White Rose Awards went to Marshal Evins and Olivia Winter and while the Citizenship Award was presented to Trey Jones.

The White Rose is presented to a boy and girl from the senior class with strong academic performance and contribution to the school and community and exemplary moral character.

The Citizenship Award is given to a student in the senior class who exemplifies strong academic performance and contribution to the school and community.

The honors, distinction, and top rank students were also recognized during the program.

The 177 graduates received their diplomas during the commencement, each one shaking hands and posing for pictures with Director of Schools Patrick Cripps and DCHS Principal Randy Jennings as their names were called.

In her remarks, Valedictorian Allison Maynard challenged her classmates to chase their dreams. “ It is okay to make mistakes. The biggest mistake you could possibly make in life in constantly fearing you will make one. Don let yourself stray from your dream. Dreams may change, but you always ned to have a goal set in mind. Tony Gaskins said if you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help them build theirs. The future is uncertain, but you have the opportunity to make it however you please. Create dreams and do whatever it takes to live them. Take chances, create opportunities, and change the world. We all have the power to do so. It just takes someone to begin it. The secret to getting ahead is getting started,” said Maynard.

Tyree Cripps, Class President, admonished his fellow graduates to set high goals and not let obstacles discourage them. “ I am confident that our class can truly make a change in the world if we set our ambitions high enough. Do not be afraid to set high goals, because with a strong dedicated work ethic, anything is reachable. Obstacles will definitely be in each of our paths, but the way in which we respond to those obstacles is what molds us into who we will be in the future. Oh the places we can go if we just start by putting one foot in front of the other,” said Cripps.

The program featured an Invocation by Kaitlyn Cantrell of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. DCHS Guidance Counselor Lori Myrick introduced the honors and distinction students. Guidance Counselor Shelly Painter recognized the Top Rank students in the class. Principal Jennings presented awards to both the Class Valedictorian Allison Maynard and the Salutatorian Marshal Evins. After the diplomas were presented, the Benediction was delivered to close out the commencement by Trey Jones, member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

DeKalb Farmers Market to be Open Again Saturday, May 19

May 18, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page
Connie Tjarks at the Farmers Market last Saturday
Patrons at the Farmers Market last Saturday

Farmers Markets are a Tennessee tradition. Consumers can find almost anything their heart's desire from fresh fruits and vegetables to fresh flowers and crafts.

The DeKalb County Farmers Market is now open for the season every Saturday from 7:00 a.m. until noon.

“This weekend you are in for a special treat especially if you love to prepare delicious meals for your family. I will be conducting a demonstration on how to prepare a great spinach salad and we want you to join us,” said Connie Tjarks.

“We will have some spinach there for you along with some fresh radishes and fresh green onions. Be sure to also check out our selection of spring time vegetables, herb plants, and everything else we have to offer. It is all locally grown and some of it is even organic and there’s a different variety each week. Stop by to see us this Saturday at the DeKalb Farmers Market and show your support for local farmers and artisans. Be sure to stay tuned to WJLE or check the WJLE website each week to find out what we are going to be offering at the market,” added Tjarks.

The DeKalb County Farmers Market is located on East Bryant Street next to DeKalb County Ace Hardware and the County Complex.

Support your local farmers and artisans. Pick Tennessee! Provided by the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program.

DMS Students Present “That Other 70’s Show” (VIEW VIDEOS HERE)

May 18, 2018
by: 
Dwayne Page

Students from DeKalb Middle School performed in the 8th grade musical on Tuesday, May 15 entitled “That Other 70’s Show”. Over 150 students, teachers, and staff were involved in the show which was arranged and directed by music teacher, Mrs. Emily Phillips.

“This is the 5th show I’ve done at DeKalb Middle and I would like to congratulate my ‘First Class’ on graduating high school this year,” said Phillips, “‘First Class’ was the name of the first show here, performed in 2014 by the students who are now DCHS seniors. I’m so proud of them. They really made my first year at DMS a memorable one.”

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