The Nashville News - September 8 2009
Page 14 • Tuesday, September 8, 2009 •
Senior citizen sentenced for selling drugs
Horace L. Hollins, 38, of Nashville, entered a not guilty plea to possession of firearm by certain persons. Hollins was ordered to return on Dec. 2 for pretrial and on Dec. 8 for trial. Dwight L. Stewart, 40, of Mineral Springs, was ordered to report back on Oct. 28 for obtaining property with a check drawn on insufficient funds. Rosemary Jordan, 49, of Nashville, was ordered to return on Oct. 28 for a bench trial. Jordan is charged with theft of property, leaving the scene of an accident, DWI (No. 2) and possession of a controlled substance (Clonazepam). Elaine Mason, 28, of Nashville, was ordered to return on Oct. 28 for a bench trial on second degree battery. The following divorce was filed in Howard County Circuit Clerk Bobbie Jo Green’s office: Aug. 31 – Roy Gene Stinson vs. Deena Marie Harris Domestic abuse filling: Aug. 31 – Tiffany Jones vs. Louis Jones Sept. 1 – Lonnie Joseph Parker vs. Robin K. Parker Howard County Clerk Janice Huffman issued marriage licenses to the following couples: Sept. 3 – Jermel Duron Not something you see everyday...James Newton of Corpus Christi, Maxwell, 26, and Lisa Texas, traveled through Nashville Friday morning on his way to the Cowboy Moore, 26, both of Nashville. Church. He is traveling around the country with his dog and faithful horse. James H. Boykin Jr., 35, Photo by Jim Pinson and Shelly Dawn McKnight, 40, both of Dierks. Sept. 4 – Kenneth E. Ferrier, 61, and Mary Catherine Head, 59, both of Nashville. Terrica Hendrix Assistant Editor NASHVILLE – A local woman will spend some time in a correctional facility after admitting she sold prescription drugs. Last Wednesday, Sharon Cox, 59, was formally sentenced by Howard County Circuit Judge Charles A. Yeargan to four years in prison (with two suspended). The Nashville woman was charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance (hydrocodone) and entered a guilty plea last month. The remaining two years of her sentence will be served in a community correctional center. Cox will receive credit for jail time served. She was also ordered to pay court costs and a DNA fee. Mikato Fulks (a.k.a. Cody), 26, of Nashville, entered a guilty plea to three counts of delivery of a controlled substance (cocaine). He will be formally sentenced on Sept. 30 to 12 years in the Arkansas Department of Correction. Fulks was ordered to pay court costs and a DNA fee. Larry Dale Roberts, 23, of Dierks, entered a true plea to residential burglary and theft of property. Roberts’ probation was extended five years and he was ordered to serve 180 days in a regional punishment facility. He was also ordered to pay a \$500 fine. Ronnie Lee Conway, 46, of Mineral Springs, entered a true plea to failure to appear on possession of a controlled substance (crack cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication. Conway was sentenced to six years in ADC. Jonneshiva Cornish, 25, of Stamps, was ordered to report back with an attorney on Sept. 30 for pretrial and on Oct. 6 for trial. Cornish is charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver (marijuana).
2009 Howard County Fair Schedule of Events
Saturday, Sept. 12
4 p.m. - Pretty baby contest, registration 3-4 p.m. (before the contest) at Sixth Street Auditorium 7 p.m. - Fair Royalty contest, Sixth Street Auditorium
Monday, Sept. 14
8 a.m. - 6 p.m. - Enter all exhibits in the education building Household Arts and Crafts, Clothing, Baked products, Farm corps and Horticulture and Art Show and Educational Exhibits 6 p.m. - Fair parade conducted by the Howard County Sheriff’s Office and the City of Nashville. Call 870-8451262 to register. 7:30 p.m. - All livestock must be in place.
Tuesday, Sept. 15
9 a.m. - Judging educational exhibits, food preservation, clothing, baked goods, household arts and crafts, farm crops, horticulture and art show. (Exhibit hall will be closed during judging.) 7 p.m. - Hog show and judging 6-10 p.m. - Carnival attractions - armbands are \$15 nightly.
Wednesday, Sept. 16
8 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Exhibit building open 9:30 a.m. - Rabbit and poultry show and judging 4 p.m. - Lamb and goat show and judging 6-10 p.m. - Carnival attractions
Thursday, Sept. 17
8 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Exhibit building open 10 a.m. until 12 noon - Senior citizens day 6 p.m. - Cattle show and judging 7 p.m. - Live entertainment - the Hartleys 6 - 10 p.m. Carnival attractions
Friday, Sept. 18
8 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Exhibit building open 6:30 p.m. - Bottle calf judging 7 p.m. - Live entertainment 6-10 p.m. - Carnival attractions
Saturday, Sept. 19
8 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Exhibit building open 9 a.m. - Junior livestock sale 12 noon - Luncheon for junior exhibitors and premium buyers. 6:30 p.m. - FFA and 4-H fun activities 7 p.m. - Live entertainment - The Night Hawk Band 7:30 p.m. - Ranch rodeo 6-10 p.m. - Carnival attractions 9 p.m. - check out livestock exhibits
Sunday, Sept 20
2-4 p.m. - Check out all exhibits in educational building and pick up premium checks.
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HOOFIN’ IT FOR HOWARD COUNTY 5K WALK/RUN
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Deadline to Register: Sat., September 12 Fee: \$25 (Day Of Race - \$35)
Schedule Of Events: Day of Race 7:30-8:30 a.m. ------------
LATE REGISTRATION 8:00-8:45
SIGN IN FOR THE RACE
(Hand out numbers, t-shirts, etc.) 9:00 a.m. --
RUNNERS, FOLLOWED BY WALKERS
Drop by Bell’s Gym to get an entry form -1315 S. 4th St. (beside Coke plant); e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org; or call (870) 845-5738
CORPORATE SPONSORS $100 ***
This is a fundraiser for the Howard County Christian Health Clinic. 100% of all proceeds go to the Clinic. All of the services they offer are no charge to anyone - All of their time is volunteer. Bring the whole family! We have something planned for everyone! Please join us and help support Howard County!