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Friday, July 14, 2006 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 3 lin IC Special to The News former corporal with the sergeant position. He's been Recent staff changes in the Henderson County Jail, has with the Henderson County Henderson County Sheriff's been with the department since Sheriff's Department since Office allowed for some inter- May of 2005, and worked with April 2002. Prior to that date departmental shuffling, result- the Brownsboro Police Depart- he worked with the Chandler ing in four new patrol officers ment prior to hiring on with the Police Department. Faught is a hitting the streets and a former county. Adair currently works member of the Henderson investigator returning to the nights. County Tactical Team. fold. All five deputies have been Officer Duane Sanders, 40, Deputy Wilford "Wick" on their new jobs for about two also moved from a jail corporal Gabbard Jr 40, transferred into weeks position to patrol deputy. He's Faught's position as investiga- "We're proud of these guys," been with the department since tor. He's worked for the depart- said Henderson County Chief October of 2004 and previously ment off and on for 11 years Deputy Mark Jordan. "I'm sure worked with Boeing Aerospace. and has been a county investi- they'll do a great job for the citi- Officer Christopher Stanbery, gator before now. zens of this county " 31, vacated his sergeant's po- Gabbard is also a member of The patrol deputy's respon- sition with the jail to become a the Henderson County Tactical sibility is to respond to criminal patrol deputy as well. Stanbery Team. "We're happy to have calls within Henderson County was hired in July 2004. him. He's an asset to the de- and to uphold existing state laws, Officer DavidFaught, 34, a partment. David will be according to Jordan. former Henderson County in- missed," Henderson County in- Officer Kevin Adair, 39, a vestigator, accepted a patrol vestigator Tony Duncan, said. The Annual Memorial Day twenty-two years, is retiring so done; Ref: Obituary Book. meeting of the Post Oak Cem- as to celebrate old age. We To obtain this remarkable col- etery is scheduled for Saturday, need a large crowd of voters lecfion of obituaries, over 600, August 5. The cemetery is lo- and a few good presidential she has spent over three years cated between Malakoff and candidates to turn out for this researching newspapers of the Cross Roads. The business very important election,area, county death records, fu- meeting will start at 10:00 am. The amending of BY-Laws neral home records, tombstone Of special interest this year will be discussed and consid- inscriptions, made telephone is the election of a new cem- ered for approval calls at her expense and by etery association president. Thanks, and congratulations, word of mouth with relatives Alfred Williams, who hasare in order for LaVerne "Mutt" served as president for the past Rodgers for a job superbly See POST OAK, Page 7 STAFF PHOTO Allen Bishop of Corsleana tells a story during the weekly program at the Red Waller Community Library in Nlalakoff. The library wrapped up its reading program July 13. NORTHLAND CABLE TELEVISION www.northla ndcabletv.com Call to sign up today! Northland Express $19 99 price vaiid [o~ 60 days. Non-cable service fee waived for 60 days. Slandord Northland Express rale applies a[~ 60 days. New Intemet customers only. Speed comparisons based on 28,SKbps dial-up modem. Installation and modem foes not included. Cannot combine more than one discount in a ,Some restrictions ma Service only available in certain areas of Star Harbor. Call for availability or ask to be p~t On OUr waiting list. Cedar Lake Nursing Home & Rehabilitation VE'LL BEAT AN 'ONE'S PRICE! "39 Years Of Our Family Taking Care Of Your Family" We specialize in follow-up hospital stays including a Certified Wound Care Nurse on staff. - Take advantage of our "EXPRESS" Rehab services to get back home quickly. Our therapist will continue on to home to assure full recovery. We can also, of course, provide the long-term quality care our family and staff are known for. Custom Trim On Brick Homes- Eaves Overhangs-Wood Trim-Glass Rooms Seamless Gutters-Patio Covers Storm & Replacement Windows 1 O CALL wrrmN 7 D.~,Ys & TAKE ANo'rnER 10 Vo OFF! * 25 years experience * Locally owned and operated *References available Hwy 31 W. 903-489-1702 Malakoff Voice I Data I Internet i Wireless { Entertainment