Photo courtesy of Marshall County’s Sheriff’s Department
Rescue personnel are pictured working the accident at Red Banks on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 4.

Two die in train, van crash

Two Tennessee residents died and three were critically injured December 4 in a collision between a vehicle and a train on the BNSF Railroad, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.

White with frost

Marshall Countians woke up Tuesday to a hoarfrost, defined as a deposit of ice crystals on objects exposed to the free air, such as grass blades, tree branches, or leaves.

Pictured from left: Helen Anderson (sister), Marion Smith (sister-in-law), Temecha Jones (daughter), Evelyn Jones (sister-in-law), Artilla Cole (sister-in-law), Noah Jones (grandson), Gloria Jones, Warrick Jones (husband), Charles Wayne Jones (brother-in-law), Alma Elliott (friend) and Willie Morris Bowens (friend).

From left are Dr. Cassandra Hawkins, Sabrina, Ambrose, Alexis Nunally, Olivia Weeks, Gloria Jones, Ida Renia Hamilton, Lauren Watts, Emmily Hurdle, Pashana Pinson and Shannon Humphrey.

Gloria Jones retires from medical field

Gloria Jones retired from Methodist Medical Group-Hawkins effective November


Photos courtesy of Marshall County Sheriff’s Department
Marshall County emergency personnel (above) work the crash scene on Interstate 22. Pictured are the victim’s vehicle (above) and the stolen car (below) that was being driven by one of the suspects.

Two face multiple charges

Two women are in custody after fleeing from law enforcement officers on I-22, resulting in two crashes and one death, according to Sheriff Kenny Dickerson.


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