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Fort Payne Times Journal (Newspaper) - October 23, 2007, Fort Payne, Alabama Mostly cloudy with 73; 57. Details 2 DEKALB COUNTY'S October 23, 2007 i ON OLDEST NEWSPAPER cents TUESDAY BREAK BREAD TODAY'S HEADLINES Against Parole State Attorney General Troy King advocates an end to even though his old Gov. Bob sped up paroles to ease overcrowding in Alabama's prisons and keep Alabama out of trouble with the Page 10 YOUR RIGHT TO KNOT Councils The Rainsville City Council will meet at City The Fort Payne City Council will meet Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. at City The Town Council will meet Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Town The Mentone Town Council will meet Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. at Town Commission The DeKalb County Commission will meet today at 10 a.m. at the Activities School Boards The Fort Payne City Board of Education will meet today at 6 p.m. in the conference room of the Central Other The Ider Park Board will meet Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at Town The DeKalb County Soil and Water Conservation District board of directors will meet Nov. 14 at 6 p.m. at the USDA Service Center in Paul Finebaum Why should Tommy Tuberville consider Texas A&M or any other school that comes calling over the next month or Two Nick Let me offer Oct. 20, 2007, as Page 2 MARKET The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 45 points Page 2 INSIDE Dear Stock Report TV Vol. 129, No. 210 To call 845- 2550 or 1-8Q0-34TIMES COMING WEDNESDAY IRON BOWL COMES EARLY AUBURN HOPES TO REBOUND INSIDE SPORTS Hit and inns leave police scrambling photo by Dusty Plunkett Thompson and Jacob Henderson show support for their teams during in the Be Drug day sponsored by the Partnership for a Drug Free DeKalb to kick off Red Ribbon Week at Wills Valley Elementary Three unrelated incidents result in as many arrests By Jared Felkins Three unrelated hit-and-run incidents Saturday had Fort Payne officers scrambling and resulted in three suspects all happened near the same which caused a lot of confusion for said Fort Payne Police Chief David The first happened about 12:50 p.m. on Greenhill Boulevard N W between Smith Gap Road and Tate Walker said Tomas 22. of Fort was arrested for public intoxication after he allegedly hit a 1995 Toyota driven by James Ernest 45 of in the Benson was injured and taken to DeKalb Regional Medical Center by A hospital spokesperson said Benson was treated and Walker said Francisco would likely be charged with leaving the scene of an He was driving a Ford apparently hit two vehicles at Smith Walker found Hilario Miguel Pascual Tomas Francisco i See 3 Apartment party nets 6 arrests Eight other underage patrons were allowed to leave without being charged By Greg Purvis A noise complaint led police to a party at a Fort Payne apartment complex Friday where police made six including two men for having an illegal open house party and one man who was allegedly in possession of Fort Payne Police Chief David Walker said the six arrests were made after police found 14 people at ment 506 in the Mountain Trace complex on Briarwood Avenue Walker said officers saw several people who appeared to be underage and were either in possession of or consuming Police allowed eight underage people to leave after it was determined they had not consumed any of the alcohol Eight partially consumed liquor See 5 Man dies in wreck Three are injured in Powell authorities said By Jared Felkins A Dutton man was killed and three people were taken to the hospital after a accident in Powell Sunday DeKalb County Coroner Tom Wilson said William 68, was pronounced dead at the scene of the wreck that happened about 10:40 on Broad State troopers said Thrasher was driving a 1991 Ford Crown Victoria when it collided with a 2004 Chevy Troopers said Ralph G. 49 of and Lori Michelle 45 of were in the Both were taken to DeKalb Regional Medical Center by ambulance and were treated and according to a hospital A 12-year-old of was also riding in the She was taken to T.C. Thompson Children's Hospital in Tenn. A hospital spokesperson said Monday she was in the pediatric intensive care Her condition was not Fast Facts The new Health Education and Workforce Development Building 10 miles of 600 connection buildings connected by a a tiered lecture hall that seats 160 classrooms with smart projectors and Internet Northeast to dedicate new facility College welcomes visitors to Health Education and Workforce Development Center By Greg Purvis The facility includes a health education as well as a workforce development After more than a year and a half of Northeast Alabama Community College will open the doors today on its Health Education and Workforce Development very excited about this said President David is a state-of-the-art and we believe it's going to help not only our but also the com- with both wings connected by a The total space is 55,000 square and includes technology labs and study space for groups and individual Campbell said there is increasing need for i See 5 David Campbell
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