The Brownsville States-Graphic
Thursday, August 12, 2010
N e w s of Y e a rs G one By August 15, 1980
Voters reject wheel tax referendum Fewer than 2,500 Haywood County voters turned out for the elections held here Thursday, August 7. Major importance to the voters was the wheel tax referendum that proposed a $20 increase to the present $10 wheel tax. Voters took a dim view of this increase and voted against it 1,581 to 669.
Local businessman seeks merger C. A. Rawls, one of Brownsvilleâ€™s oldest operating businessmen, this week participated in a $2.4 million proposal to merge his firm, Union Protective Life Insurance with Universal Life Insurance in Memphis. Locally, Mr. Rawls will retain the Golden Circle Insurance Company, his funeral home business and other business ventures. A decision is expected in three to four weeks.
Arts in the park musical and photo contest Arts in the Park held its second of a three program series Tuesday night with a light classical music and exhibition of photography contest entries and winners sponsored by the States Graphic and Clement Photography. The program consisted of a piano duo by Helen McDow and Shirley Carter, Brownie Clintonâ€™s vocals with Mary Jane Williams piano medley, Bob Gray and Glynn Bridgewater performing Mr. Grayâ€™s arrangements of classics. There was also a piano quintet performed. The photo contest had 38 entries with Robert Wallis time-elapsed color print of a fireworks display winning Best of Show. Runner-up was Thomas W. Elizer with a close-up of a frog resting on a water lily. August 16, 1990
So long summer, school opens Friday About 4,200 Haywood County students will begin the 1990-91 academic year, Friday, August 17, in the countyâ€™s six schools. According to School Superintendent W.W. Cox, the county will operate 44 school buses, seven of which are diesel and will employ 250 teachers, an increase of five over last year. The county board of education has doubled
the 3- and 4-year old program to six classes this year, four at Haywood Elementary and two at East Side. Dr. Susan Scott will direct a Basic Adult Education curriculum, the newest addition to the system.
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â€œCloudâ€? of smoke leads to arrest
Employees at Smith Lumber Company arrived Friday morning to find a dazed, bleeding man lying on the back of a truck stored inside a locked lumber barn. Brian Curtis Pinson, 43, was arrested and taken to the hospital with a serious head injury and blood loss after an apparent 25-foot fall from a window in the roof of the building. Pinson told investigating officers that he entered the building about 10:30PM Thursday night to get out of the rain, though he later told Officer Robbie Patterson that he wasnâ€™t sure what time he entered. F o l l o w i n g hospitalization at Methodist Healthcare Brownsville, Pinson, who has a prior arrest on theft of property charges in Gibson County was taken to the Haywood County Jail and arraigned Monday morning on
Brownsville Police responding to a trafficrelated call Sunday night arrested five people, four of them on drug-related charges. The initial complaint was that cars were blocking the street and sidewalk at 827 South Hatchie. When police answered the call, they found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the house. Officer Jim Warren said an investigation led to the arrest of Jerry Williams Jr., 23; Tim Allen Langley, 24; Steven Russell West, 25 and Dawn Martin, 22 on drug-related charges. Jay Ramon West, 21, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Williams and Steven West were charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell and distribute. Steven West was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Additional charges against Williams included contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Martin and Langley were charged with simple possession. Officer Warren said three juveniles were in another part of the house and were not charged in the incident.
August 16, 2001
Overnight intruder survives fall
Two years in the renovation process, the public housing units in Stanton are finally completeâ€Śalmost. The 60-unit low income leased housing units, subject of a critical 1988 Housing and Urban Development review, have been repaired and renovated to the tune of a $348,607.80 grant from HUD. Residents say improvements are dramatic. Remodeling of every unit has included new floors, windows, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, wall repair and paint. Owners have agreed to complete repair on the buildingsâ€™ downspouts, but ultimate responsibility for the repair of about 30 air conditioning units has not been established. Stanton Housing Authority Director Carolyn Flagg said the owners have asked HUD for a ruling to determine
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groups Mickey Utley and Mpulse and The Waiting. The festival will close with the Tennessee Trash Wheelinâ€™ 2001 Car Show at the Elma Ross Public Library and WOW parking
Miller trial delayed by bomb scare Just as the first witness took the stand in Dwight Millerâ€™s re-trial Tuesday, a bomb threat emptied the Haywood County Courthouse. Miller faces trial for the second time for the 1995 murder of Donald â€œDonoâ€? Rice. When police called for a bomb-sniffing dog from Memphis, presiding Judge Terry Lafferty sent jurors and witnesses home. Court officials also called off the workday for the courthouse officers. Miller was convicted in August 1996, but the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals reversed his conviction in December 1998 and sent the case back to Haywood County Circuit Court for retrial.
Blues Festival humming along The 2001 Brownsville Blues Festival is â€œon goâ€?, according to committee
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