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Rosemary Apple Wins Fairest of the Fair Pageant

July 20, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
Fairest of the Fair Rosemary Apple-
(Left to Right) Kara Young, Jessie Strickland, Queen Rosemary Apple, and Macy Felts
Clay Edwards Family- Abram, Tena, and Sara

18 year old Rosemary Apple is the 2009 Fairest of the Fair.

Apple, daughter of Nick and Claire Apple of Smithville, was chosen from among ten contestants for the title Monday night in Alexandria. She was also named Miss Photogenic.

Apple succeeds the retiring Fairest of the Fair, 21 year old Nicole Linn of Smithville, daughter of Leo and Doris Linn.

18 year old Jessie Young Strickland of Alexandria was named first runner-up. She is the daughter of Jerry Strickland and the late Melissa Strickland.

18 year old Kara Elizabeth Young, daughter of Ronny and Nancy Young of Smithville was named second runner-up in the pageant.

Third runner-up went to Macy Felts, the 18 year old daughter of Kendra and Rick Guinn of Smithville and the late Chuck Felts.

20 year old Wendy Michelle Scott of Smithville, daughter of Kathy Scott and the late Billy Ray Scott was chosen Miss Congeniality.

Extreme Looks Hair Design awarded the "Extreme Queen" crown to 17 year old Breanna Hendrixson, daughter of Loretta and Tim Hendrixson of Smithville for beauty, sportsmanship, teamwork, and congeniality.

The DeKalb County Fair Board presented a plaque to the family of the late Clay Edwards in remembrance of Mr. Edwards, who was an active member of the fair board for several years. He passed away last fall. The presentation was made by Ron Paschal to Mr. Edwards' wife Tena, and children Sara and Abram Edwards.
Click here to see pictures from the fair on Monday http://www.wjle.com/fair-monday

Click here to view video clip of Off Road Challenge Monday at the Fair.

Katie Sue Haggard Crowned Junior Fair Princess

July 20, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
Junior Fair Princess Katie Sue Haggard
(Left to Right) Victoria Dawn Tatrow, Chelsie Lewis, Queen Katie Sue Haggard, and Katelyn Goodwin

The 2009 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 15 year old Katie Sue Haggard, daughter of David and Vicki Haggard of Smithville.

She succeeds the retiring Junior Fair Princess, 15 year old Kristen LaCole Smartt of Dowelltown, daughter of Aaron and Paula Taylor.

The first runner-up was Chelsie Lewis, the 14 year old daughter of Jimmy and Gina Lewis of Smithville.

Second runner-up was Katelyn Goodwin, the 15 year old daughter of Joey and Kathy Goodwin of Smithville.

15 year old Victoria Dawn Tatrow was the third runner-up. She is the daughter of the late Shanna Tatrow and Corey and Vicki Funk of Smithville.

Martha Alan Webb, the 16 year old daughter of Alan and Lora Webb of Smithville was named Miss Congeniality.

Sara Elizabeth Edwards, 13 year old daughter of Tena Edwards of Liberty and the late Clay Edwards, was chosen Miss Photogenic.

Others in the top ten were Zoe Elaine Whaley, Camry Lou White, Sara Elizabeth Edwards, Cora Beth Rhody, Jasmine Marie Dimas, and Martha Alan Webb.

Extreme Looks Hair Design awarded an "Extreme Queen" based on congeniality, teamwork, sportsmanship, and beauty. The crown went to 13 year old Zoe Elaine Whaley, daughter of Celia and Scott Whaley of Smithville.

The Junior Fair Princess Pageant featured twenty eight young ladies.
Click here to see pictures of the fair on Monday http://www.wjle.com/fair-monday

Arson Investigation Results in Burglary and Theft Charges Against Warren County Man

July 20, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
Jeffery Smithson
Harold Eugene Cunningham
Melissa Susan Cunningham

An arson investigation by the Sheriff's Department has resulted in the arrest of a Warren County man for aggravated burglary and theft.

Sheriff Patrick Ray says 46 year old Jeffery Smithson of Viola Road McMinnville was arrested Wednesday, July 15th for aggravated burglary and theft of property under $500.00. County detectives were called to investigate a house fire on Stoner Road June 28th. Through that investigation, the detectives learned that Smithson had entered the home before the fire and had taken the owner's cell phone. The residence burned a short time later. After he took the cell phone, Sheriff Ray says Smithson gave the phone number to his friends so they could contact him. Detectives are still investigating the arson case. Smithson's bond was set at $17,500 and he will appear in court on July 23rd..

Meanwhile, on Friday, July 17th, a deputy spotted 39 year old Harold Eugene Cunningham of Johnson Chapel Road, Sparta driving on Highway 70. Having prior knowledge that Cunningham had a revoked driver's license, the officer stopped Cunningham, ran a computer check on Cunningham's license and found it to be revoked for a driving under the influence charge. Cunningham was placed under arrest for driving on a revoked license. Deputies also found three yellow pills believed to be Hydrocodone in Cunningham's pocket and was further charged with possession of a schedule III drug (Hydrocodone). Meanwhile, a passenger, 44 year old Melissa Susan Cunningham also of Johnson Chapel Road Sparta, was arrested after four pink pills and twenty eight blue pills believed to be Hydrocodone were found in her pocket book. Ms. Cunningham said she did not have a legal prescription for the pills. She was charged with possession of a schedule III drug (Hydrocodone). Bond for both was set at $5,000 each and they will appear in court on August 6th.

Deputies responded to a drunk driver call on Dale Ridge road Saturday, July 18th , spotted the described vehicle on Snow Hill Road, and noticed it weaving. The driver, 35 year old Anthony Wayne Cantrell of Snow Hill Road Dowelltown was arrested for a first offense of driving under the influence. After stopping Cantrell's vehicle, Deputies noticed a strong odor of an intoxicant on Cantrell's person. Cantrell also was unsteady on his feet and he refused to submit to all field sobriety tasks. Bond for Cantrell was set at $1,500 and he will appear in court on August 6th..

In another incident on Saturday, deputies observed a vehicle on the south end of the county weaving in the roadway and running off into the ditches. Officers stopped 31 year old Jason Kenneth Cline on Haley Road and detected a strong odor of alcohol on his person. Cline also had red watery eyes and slurred speech. Cline submitted to field sobriety tasks which he failed. Cline was arrested for a second offense of driving under the influence and his bond was set at $3,000 He will appear in court on August 27th.

On Sunday, July 19th, deputies observed a male subject walking on Sparta Highway and stopped to check on him. 32 year old Jimmy Lane Estes of Jacobs Pillar Road was found to be intoxicated. Estes was unsteady on his feet and had slurred speech. Due to the safety of Estes, Deputies arrested him for public intoxication. Bond for Estes was set at $1,000 and he will appear in court on August 6th.

DeKalb All Stars Eliminated from State Tournament

July 20, 2009
by: 
William Freddy Curtis

The DeKalb County Junior League All Star 13-14 year old team was eliminated from the Junior League State Tournament Sunday after losing to Clarksville Northwest 11 to 3 at Cumberland Gap High School near Cumberland Gap, Tennessee.

In the tournament opening game on Saturday, the DeKalb All Stars were
defeated by the District 7 All Stars from Murfreesboro by a score
of 6-5. That loss sent the local all stars into the loser's bracket of the double elimination tournament against the 13 -14 year old All Stars from Clarksville Northwest on Sunday.

DeKalb was the visiting team on Sunday and came out in the 1st inning with singles by Stephen Howell and Steven Page and a 1-0 score. Stephen Howell was the starting pitcher
for the DeKalb Team.

In the 3rd Inning Howell then hit a double, followed by Evan Cripps hitting a single bringing in Howell, and Steven Page hit one deep bringing in Cripps, but Page was called out at third base, resulting in the score of 3-0 DeKalb at the bottom of the 3rd Inning.

The 3rd inning saw the tide turn for DeKalb as Pitcher Stephen Howell walked six successive batters allowing Clarksville Northwest to score 4 runs. Evan Curtis came in to relieve Howell and ended the Clarksville streak by striking out a batter.

In the 4th Inning DeKalb saw a batter hit, Seth Stanley, followed by three successive outs.
Clarksville scored no runs in the 4th Inning.

In the 5th inning Devin Summers came in as pitcher and walked three batters and allowed three singles, hit a batter, and two walks and the score was 7-3.

The 6th inning saw DeKalb's bats come alive with a single by Evan Curtis, double by Jordan Huling, but there were three outs at the bottom of the line-up resulting in no score. Clarksville increased their lead to 11-3 in the 6th Inning sealing DeKalb's fate, although in the 7th
inning Evan Cripps and Evan Curtis each added a single.

The final was DeKalb 3 and Clarksville Northwest 11, ending the DeKalb County 13-14 Year Old All Stars' appearance at the State Tournament.

This team would like to thank all individuals and businesses who donated funds to allow the team to travel to the State Tournament.

DeKalb County Fair Opens Monday

July 19, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
Carnival Workers Setting up Ferris Wheel Sunday at DeKalb County Fair
 Fair Board Secretary Charles Robinson Hanging Sign Sunday in Kenneth Sandlin Center

Carnival workers, members of the DeKalb County Fair Board, and other volunteers spent several hours over the weekend preparing for opening night of the fair Monday.

The DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria kicks off Monday through Saturday.

With the theme "You need a FAIRCATION", the Grandpa Fair of the South will feature a fun filled week of activities.

The following events are scheduled:

Monday, July 20th: National Anthem at 5:45 p.m. at the Lion's Club Pavilion; T-Shirt Preview at 5:50 p.m. at the Lions Club Pavilion; Cattle Show at 6:00 p.m. at the grandstands ; Off-Road Challenge at the T.C. McMillen Arena at 6:30 p.m.; Junior Fair Princess Pageant at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Fairest of the Fair Pageant at the Lions Club Pavilion. $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m. and announcement of DeKalb Idol winners at the Pavilion.

Tuesday, July 21st: the Little Mr. and Miss Pageant at 6:00 p.m. followed by David Turner and Friends at the Lions Club Pavilion; Go-Cart Racing at 6:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena; and a Horse Show at 7:00 p.m. at the Grandstand; $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m. and announcement of DeKalb Idol winners at the Pavilion.

Wednesday, July 22nd: Little Miss Princess Pageant at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Miss Sweetheart Pageant at the Lions Club Pavilion; Four Wheeler and Motorcycle Racing at 6:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena; $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m. and announcement of DeKalb Idol winners at the Pavilion.

Thursday, July 23rd: Senior Citizen Day activities at 9:00 a.m. at the Lions Club Pavilion; 4-H Chick Chain Show at 5:00 p.m. at the barn; Junior Goat Show at 6:00 p.m. at the barn; a Baby Show at 6:00 p.m. followed by a Vintage Fashion Show at the Lions Club Pavilion; and a Rodeo at the T.C. McMillen Arena at 7:30 p.m.; $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m. and announcement of DeKalb Idol winners at the Pavilion.

Friday, July 24th: WSMV Channel 4 Snow Bird from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.; Doug Collins in concert at 5:30 p.m. at the Granstand; Toddler Show at 6:00 p.m. followed by DeKalb Idol Final Competition at the Lions Club Pavilion; an Antique Tractor Pull at 6:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena; and a Demolition Derby at 7:00 p.m. at the Grandstand; $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m.

Saturday, July 25th: A Horse Shoe Tournament at 3:00 p.m. at the barn; Gospel Singing at the Lion's Club Pavilion at 6:00 p.m. and a Super Tractor and Truck Pull at 6:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena: and a $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m.

Fair Manager Jeff McMillen urges fair goers to take the time to enjoy lots of delicious foods from the food booths and stop by to see the many commercial, agricultural, and women's exhibits.

The Kenneth Sandlin Center will be open Monday through Friday from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and Saturday from 4:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Enjoy nightly entertainment at the Memory Lane Stage in Memory Village. The line-up is as follows:

Monday night, July 20th:
7:15-7:35 p.m. Kevin Roberts (Elvis Impersonator)
8:15 p.m.- until? Jubal's Cry-CD Release Party

Tuesday night, July 21st:
6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.- Suzanne Slager and Friends
7:15-8:15 p.m.- Terri Lynn Weaver
8:15-9:15 p.m.- Unfinished

Wednesday night, July 22nd
6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.- Broken Vessels
7:15 p.m.-8:15 p.m.- Krystal Marie

Thursday night, July 23rd
7:00 p.m.-? Karaoke Night

Friday night, July 24th
6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.- Bryan Keith
7:15-8:15 p.m.- Pickin' Friends

Saturday night, July 25th
6:00 p.m.-7:45 p.m.- Country Pride
7:45 p.m.-until Lakside Drive

One thousand dollars in cash will be given away each night, Monday through Saturday and you must be present to win. If no one presents the winning ticket within three minutes, the money will be saved and given away on Saturday night in increments of $1,000. Your fair admission ticket is your ticket for the cash drawing.

Rides on the Midway will be provided by the Family Attractions Amusement Company. Unlimited rides will be available each night for $16.00.

Admission to the fair is $3.00 per person. Children age four and younger will be admitted free! Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Parking is Free!

For more information, call 529-FAIR or visit on-line at www.dekalbcountyfair.us or www. dekalbtn.com.

DeKalb All Stars Drop First Game In State Tournament

July 19, 2009
by: 
William Freddy Curtis
DeKalb All Star Pitcher Steven Page
Coach Steve Page Confers with Members of his All Star Team

The DeKalb County Junior League All Star 13-14 Year Old Team participated in the State Tournament on Saturday, July 18th at Cumberland Gap High School near Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. In the tournament opening game, the DeKalb All Stars faced the District 7 All Stars
from Murfreesboro.

The DeKalb All Stars were defeated 6-5. DeKalb started out with a 4-0 lead. A series of pop flies followed with two errors and the game was tied in the top of the 4th Inning. At the bottom of the 4th Inning DeKalb had three up and three down, which resulted in no runs.

Murfreesboro gained the lead in the 5th Inning.

DeKalb rallied in the 7th Inning with singles from Stephen Howell, Evan Cripps, Evan Curtis, and Jordan Huling. A questionable call occurred as Steven Howell attempted to steal at third base, but was ruled out. The game concluded when Devin Summers had a ball hit just over first base and snagged by Murfreesboro.

Steven Page had the loss on the mound for DeKalb. Those having singles included: Stephen Howell; Evan Cripps (2); Steven Page; Evan Curtis (2); Jordan Huling; Dustin Cook; and Devin Summers had two doubles.

DeKalb will enter the Loser Bracket in a game scheduled for Sunday, July
19th at 2:00 p.m. E.D.T. or 1:00 p.m. Smithville time.

(Top Picture) DeKalb 13-14 Year Old All Star Pitcher Steven Page

(Bottom Picture) - Coach Steve Page confers with the team in the 5th Inning

(Special thanks to Freddy Curtis for providing pictures and story)

DeKalb County Fire Department Named to Elite List

July 18, 2009
Donny Green

For the second consecutive year, DeKalb County Fire Department has been named, by the Tennessee Fire and Codes Academy (TFACA), as one of the Elite Club members that attained over 1,000 student contact training hours. For FY 2008-09, there are 42 of the state’s approximately 700 fire departments that met the requirements to join the “Elite Club” and DeKalb County Fire Department ranked # 28, with 1,288 student contact hours.

According to DeKalb County Fire Chief Donny Green, “the 1,288 hours only includes a portion of the larger amount of training hours that our firefighters have attended. We have specialized training courses, such as vehicle extrication/rescue, wild land firefighting, CPR, medical first responder, and monthly training drills, that our firefighters complete which accounts for over 3,000 department training hours annually.”

Chief Green says that he credits much of the department’s training program success to Asst. Chief Roy Merriman who coordinates and manages the training activities for the department’s 11 stations and 70 volunteer firefighters. “The fact that we are ranked # 28 on this list, which is mostly full-time paid fire departments, speaks volumes about our training program and the commitment our volunteer firefighters have; especially when you consider that 19 of the 27 departments ranked above DeKalb County Fire Department are full-time paid departments whose firefighters are actually on the clock when they are training. Our volunteer firefighters are doing their training on their own time, on nights and weekends when they are not at their paying jobs”, says Chief Green.

DeKalb County Fire Department continues to seek committed volunteers who are willing to serve their communities. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter, contact the department at 615-464-7176, or visit the department’s website at www.dekalbfire.com to submit an online application.

Smithville Police Make Arrests

July 18, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

Smithville Police recently charged two men with drug offenses after making a traffic stop.

33 year old Bobby Wayne Pinegar of 3650 McMinnville Highway, Smithville is charged with possession of a schedule III and IV controlled substance. His bond is $2,000 and he will be in court July 30th. 31 year old Andrew Wesley Wilbert of 2310 Vandergriff Hollow Road, Dowelltown is charged with possession of a schedule VI controlled substance. His bond is $1,000 and he will be in court July 30th.

Smithville K-9 Officer Bradley Tatrow was patrolling on East Broad Street on July 9th at approximately 10:00 p.m. when he witnessed a vehicle commit a traffic violation. Officer Tatrow stopped the vehicle and the driver gave him permission to search the automobile for weapons, alcohol, and narcotics. Pinegar was a passenger in the vehicle. He had on his person a cigarette pack containing twelve hydrocodone pills, a schedule III drug, and eleven xanax pills, a schedule IV drug. Wilbert, another passenger in the vehicle, had on his person a baggie containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana.

39 year old Tracey Lee Vashist of 622 Short Mountain Highway, Smithville is charged with child abuse and neglect. Her bond is $5,000 and she will be in court July 23rd.

Smithville Police Officer Matt Holmes was dispatched to the residence of Vashist on July 11th at approximately 9:55 a.m. on a missing child call. The mother, Vashist, reported that she could not locate her four year old son and had last seen him about forty five minutes earlier. A five year old female was outside the residence unattended. The Smithville Fire Department was called in to assist in the search for the missing child. The Department of Children Services was also notified. The four year old boy was later located by Officer Holmes at the intersection of Fisher and Bryant Street. An investigation was conducted by Officer Holmes. The five year old female told the officer that after the boy left, she went inside the residence and awoke her mother to tell her the boy was gone. Other witnesses were interviewed. DCS removed the two children from the custody of Vashist. They were placed with the grandparents.

32 year old Stephanie L. Vanatta of 691 Snow Hill Road, Dowelltown is charged with two counts of passing a forged check at Food Lion. Her bond is $20,000. 37 year old Craig Anthony Hill of 8741 Holmes Creek Road, Smithville is charged with passing a forged check. His bond is $25,000.

Officers report that Penny Adams came to the Smithville Police Department on June 21st at approximately 9:35 a.m. to report her billfold and some checks were stolen. Adams was at a business in Smithville and while she was inside, these articles were taken from her vehicle. Adams gave the officer the name of a possible suspect she saw close to the vehicle while it was parked. Detective Jerry Hutchins conducted an investigation which revealed that two persons had passed forged checks on the Adams bank account. Vanatta was arrested on July 8th and charged with passing the two forged checks at Food Lion on the Adams bank account. Vanatta allegedly passed one forged check on June 22nd for $92.61 and the other on June 23rd for $110.15. Meanwhile, on June 23rd, police say Hill passed a forged check in the amount of $211 on the Adams account at DeKalb Community Bank in Smithville.

In an unrelated crime, Hill was also arrested for theft of property. Police say on July 8th, a man entered the BP service station at 736 South Congress Boulevard in Smithville. The man asked the clerk for cigarettes. The clerk placed the cigarettes on the counter. The man swiped a bogus credit card through the machine. When the clerk turned to the cash register, the man grabbed the cigarettes and ran out of the door. Detective Jerry Hutchins conducted an investigation and arrested Hill, charging him with the theft of the cigarettes. His bond is $5,000.

44 year old David Ray Redmond of 740 Walker Drive Smithville is charged with a first offense of driving under the influence. His bond is $1,500 and he will be in court July 23rd.

Smithville Police Officer Travis Bryant was dispatched to Highway 56 South on a possible impaired driver on July 19th. He was given a description of the vehicle and driver. Officer Bryant observed the suspect drive around behind Jewel's Market. Officer Bryant made contact with the driver. During the conversation, Officer Bryant noticed Redmond's speech to be very slurred and he was unsteady on his feet. Redmond submitted to and performed poorly on field sobriety tasks.

Meanwhile, Smithville Police are asking for your help in solving other recent crimes.

Chief Jennings says Chad Hale, owner of Chad's Auto Sales in Smithville had four tires and wheels taken from a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix parked on his car lot. The tires and wheels were stolen sometime between 6:00 p.m. on July 8th and 10:00 a.m. on July 9th. They are valued at $500.

Lynn Ferrell of 823 Dry Creek Road, Smithville had the following property taken from his business, Lynn's Auto Salvage sometime during the night of July 12th, two tie down straps, two radios, two tow chains, and a set of booster cables. The value of the property is approximately $500.

A CD player was taken from the automobile of Hector Cernantez Rivas of 1222 South College Street, Smithville sometime between July 7th and July 13th. The value of the CD player is $75.00

Chief Jennings is asking anyone with information on these thefts or other criminal activity to contact the Smithville Police Department at 615-597-8210. All information received will be kept confidential.

Police Working to Improve Public Relations

July 17, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

Members of the Smithville Police Department want the community to get to know them better, and according to at least one officer, the effort has paid off.

Chief Richard Jennings says Officer Nathan Estes recently came up with the idea of handing out police department stickers to children in the housing project, in a get acquainted campaign.

Officer Estes says children should not be afraid of the police. "What it consisted of is a particular officer going through the housing authority on foot patrol when we had time and handing out these stickers. Basically what this is doing, when we hand out these stickers, is we're interacting with the children and letting them know that they shouldn't be afraid of us."

According to Officer Estes, the effort has not only had a positive impact on the children, but their families have become more open in providing valuable information to the police. " I saw this as something positive and I originally started it for the children but it wound up going further than that, because we wound up getting a lot of information we needed for investigations for the police department, through the moms and dads, aunts, uncles, grandmothers, and grandfathers. We had two fugitive from justice people that I helped locate from the housing authority. There were two or three drug deals we got interested in while we were over there, things of that nature. But the main thing I wanted to prove with this was that the housing authority people and their kids are just as important to us as anybody else in the city or the county."

Officer Estes says he hopes to continue the campaign in other parts of the city. "Now that I'm back on nights, I'm going to start at a different place, such as Village Place subdivision, Morgan Avenue, and places like that while still keeping up the same streets such as Andrews and others where I have been going to let everyone know that just because we're the police does not mean we don't care about them or their kids. We're not in this just to take people to jail and write tickets. We're supposed to be a role model to the public and set an example for the public."

State GOP Chairman Visits with Local Republicans

July 17, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
DeKalb GOP Chairman Jennifer Winfree, State Representative Terri Lynn Weaver, and State GOP Chairman Chris Devaney

The Chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party was in Smithville Thursday night.

Chris Devaney met with members of the local party at the community room of city hall.

Devaney says he is excited about the 2010 elections and the opportunity Republicans have to win more public offices. "There's a lot of excitement across Tennessee, I see it in the tea parties that are going on. Six weeks after President Obama was elected we saw these tea parties pop up across the country and across Tennessee and I think it really signaled that people are concerned about the direction of our country. "

"Republicans in Tennessee have had success because they have stood on principled leadership and core Republican principles of individual freedom, low taxes, and personal responsibility and I think that is resonating with people in Tennessee and across the country. We are setting the example here in Tennessee of what can be done. We have majorities in the General Assembly. We're going to solidify those majorities in 2010. We're excited about the direction we're headed in this state."

"I think people are looking at the example of Terri Lynn Weaver, who is providing excellent leadership for this district. She was elected in 2008 and already she has become a leader in the General Assembly because she is standing up for principles. That's why Terri Lynn will be re-elected and that's why we're going to elect a Republican in (State Senator) Mae Beaver's seat."

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