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Athens News Courier (Newspaper) - November 17, 2009, Athens, Alabama Former W. Limestone players head to Division 3 playoffs PAGE IB The News Courier Sening Athens and Limestone County: A Community of Tradition and Future 50 cents Tuesday, November 17, 2009 Visit us oidfne www.cnewscouri«rxofn Inside Today Clements girls open season tonight Preview information SPORTS, PAGE IB Blackhawk Up Local army pilot takes flight at Huntsville Shelby Center Science Fair VALLEY, PAGE 4A Subscribe Get the news with your niorniiig coiiee SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS COURIER BY CALLING 232-2720 Index Obituaries.......2A Luther Johnson Jr. Valley...........4A Ledger..........5A Sports...........IB Comics..........3B Classifieds.......4B 7    69847*00001    6 Habitat seeking city approval for store By Karen Middleton kareni^at hensnews-courier.com Officials of the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity will appear before the Athens Planning Commission tonight seeking a conditional use permit to open a store. The “Restore,” similar to one the Decatur-Morgan County Habitat has operated for three years, would be located in the old Clem Tire Building on Washington Street, across fiom the Limestone County Commission office. The building is owned by First Presbyterian Church. Habitat Director Garth Lowom Jr. said Monday he does not know how long it would take to get the store up and running subsequent to possible city approval. “We have to figure out where we’ll get the start-up capital,” said Lowom. “Opening a store from scratch is pretty difficult.” The store will not be a so-called “thrift” store, but rather a dealer in used appliances, building materials, tools and other household items, such as lighting fixtures, he said. “This is a re-sale store for when someone is replacing their doors and windows and wants to donate them to us,” said Lowom. “We pretty much use up all of our materials in construction, but we are hoping that contractors and stores will donate discontinued items. There is no telling where we can get deals.” See Restore, page 3A Going, going ... nearly gone Day 8, south side NEWS COURIER/JEAN COLE Old county jail demolition to be complete in a few more days By Jean Cole    County    Jail? iean^athensnews-amrier.com    They    are    free    for    the    taking, For the holidays, what do you said Brent Blackmon of MC Con-get the man who has everything? tracting LLC of Fackler, the com-How about a door from one of the ceUs of the old limestone    See    Jail,    page    3A PHOTO COURTESY OF ADVANCED CONCEPTS Day 12, south side from bucket truck NEWS COURIER/JEAN COLE Man questions lack of county noise control By Karen Middletqn karen @a thensne ws-courier. com A new resident of Limestone County questioned Commissioners Monday about why the county does not have a noise ordinance. Ralph Neill of the Antler Point neighborhood in East Limestone said he is be ing kept awake at night by a barking dog. He said the dog’s owner denied that her pet barks. “She said ‘my dog doesn’t bark/ and I said, ‘Yes he does. He barks at 11 at night and he barks at 5:30 in the morning and See County, page 3A Husband, wife crime fighters foii burgiary An Elkmont wife and her husband teamed up Saturday morning to nab a would-be burglar, an official said. A woman living in the 19000 block of Bick Jock Road, north of Athens, heard a noise at her home about 6:30 a.m. and looked out the window to see a man looking through one of their vehicles, said Limestone County Chief Investigator Stanley McNatt. See Burglary, page 3A