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The News-Examiner from Gallatin, Tennessee · Page M1

Gallatin, Tennessee
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Sunday, May 24, 2015
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SUNDAY, MAY24,2015 • A SUPPLEMENT TO THE TENNESSEAN, NEWS EXAMINER AND STAR NEWS 233,000 people in Sumner County read our newspapers and use our websites every week. © 2015 GANNETT CO., INC. ALL RIGHTS RESER VED SUBSCRIBE: 1-800-520-9286 SUMNER » INSIDEVINCE GILL TO PERFORM AT GALLATIN MEMORIAL DAY EVENT, CALENDAR 2A STATE TRACK AND FIELD RESULTS SPORTS, 5M seen with her mother, Shauna M arie Fryar, on May 1, 2011. The pair were reported missing by Shauna’s husband, Michael Fryar, four days later. Shauna Fryar’s body was found in Nashville, floating in the Cumberland River, on May 7, The Millersville Police Dep artment this week released an age-progressed composition of agirl who went missing in 2011 at 4 months old. It was part of the continuing cold case investigation into the baby’s disappearance and the murder of her 28-year-old mother. Zaylee Grace Fryar was last Missing child image created SUBMITTED PHOTO The Tennessee B ureau of Investigation’s a ge progression o f Zaylee Grace Fryar shows w hat the little g irl might look now. Baby’s disappearance tied to Millersville mother’s murder four years ago By Nicole Young Gannett Tennessee » FRYAR, 4M They varied in age, skin color and socioeconomic status, b ut each person came to a Sum- n er County courtroom Tuesday n ight for the same reason: Each had had one too many beers, glasses of wine, or had taken an illegal drug or prescription m edication, and slid behind the w heel of a car. F ollowing a DUI conviction, each were court-ordered to attend a victim impact panel sponsored by the Sumner Count y Anti-Drug Coalition. The p anels are held every other m onth in a courtroom beside the Sumner County Jail, and those who attend receive credit toward their probation sentence. M any of the 71people who at- t ended Tuesday wept as Derr ick Smith and Josie Golden shared how someone driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol can forever c hange a life. F or Smith, it was a decision t o drive after leaving a spring break party in 2001that not only altered his life but three others in a car he struck while driving. “ When we mess up, other people suffer the consequences,” he said, detailing the financial and emotional burden he placed on his victims, their families and his family. Smith, 34, served seven years of a 10-year sentence in a Florida prison. He was also sentenced to 10 years of probation, and had his driver’s license revoked for life by the state of F lorida. N othing, however, compares DUI crash victims confront offenders Program highlights t he consequences, effects ofdriving under the influence By Tena Lee » DUI, 2M F or David Hallman a career in education was not an intention. It was a calling. A leader, a coach and a teacher, Hallman marked 21 y ears as an educator with the m ilestone title the school system awarded for the first time this year: Principal of the Year. Hallman, the principal at Joe Shafer Middle School, accept- e d the honor at the May 12 Teacher of the Year luncheon at the Epic Event Centre in Gall atin. The Teacher of the Year f rom each of the system’s 46 s chools as well as the winners f or the three school levels — Candy Arwood at Merrol Hyde M agnet, Jo Beth Heinly at Beech Elementary and Jennifer Kotler at Hendersonville H igh schools — also received recognition. C oming from a family of t eachers, Hallman aspired to join the U.S. Navy. He met all of the Naval Academy’s tough standards, except the vision exam due to a hereditary eye d isorder. He found another route and received a provisional ROTC s cholarship — contingent on Principal David Hallman talks with students Martha Raphaiel, 12, and Racheal Patterson, 13, at Joe Shafer Middle School on May 14 in Gallatin. PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR FOLLOWS CALLING School system gives first such honor to David Hallman ofJoe Shafer Middle By Dessislava Yankova Principal David Hallman discussed an assignment with teacher Rachel Payne at Joe Shafer Middle School on May 14 in Gallatin. » HALLMAN, 4M You don’t have to have lakefront property to enjoy Old Hickory Lake, one of Sumner County’s best recreational spots. And this Memorial Day, the lake is sure to be filled with people fishing, camping, hiking, picnicking, boating and participating in water sports. “There are not a large number of events, but obviously the Guide to spending Memorial Day on the lake THE TENNESSEAN Boaters enjoy the day on Old Hickory Lake. Marinas, picnic areas and restaurants y ou should check out this weekend By Hollie Deese For The Hendersonville Star News » WEEKEND, 3M 615.826.5749 181 E. Main Street, Suite 7 • Hendersonville, TN 37075 Securities oAered through WFG Investments, Inc. Member FINRA & SIPC. Investment advisory services oAered through WFG Advisors, LP. wealth management | retirement planning | tax savings strategies TN-0001051317

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