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101.5 The One FM Tune in for the Power Lunch today at 11:30 am when our guest will be Father Michael Fye, a Creek Wood High School graduate who was ordained as a priest on Saturday. The Power Lunch can be heard on WDKN1260AM, The One FM 101.5 and streaming online at Tomorrow's guest will be Todd Vermilyea of First Baptist Church to talk about Saturday's 2014 Summer Expo.31.07.2014 at 09:59 amLike
101.5 The One FM The One FM is currently experiencing technical difficulties with our studio phones. Technicians are working on the problem and Swap and Shop calls will begin as soon as the situation is corrected. Thank you for your patience.31.07.2014 at 09:57 amLike
101.5 The One FM A Hickman County man was killed and a Dickson woman arrested on drug charges following a shootout with police in rural Illinois Tuesday. Christian County, Ill., Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp says 25-year-old Josh A. Edwards of Nunnelly shot a police officer and then was killed in a shootout with Illinois State Police SWAT officers at a home outside Pana in central Illinois. Three other people found inside the home, including 24-year-old Courtney Danielle Herbison of Dickson, were arrested on various drug and weapon charges. Kettelkamp said two Christian County deputies were sent to a residence about seven miles west of Pana to check for a vehicle that belonged to Edwards, who was wanted in connected with a weapons investigation in Ramsey. The deputies spotted the white BMW at the home in the 1400 East block of County Road 350 North and were granted permission to enter the residence of 37-year-old Jason C. Beck, who is reported to be Edwards' half-brother. After spotting drug paraphernalia in the home, the deputies called for assistance and two members of a drug task force arrived. Kettelkamp says the officers discovered Edwards on the home's second floor where he shot Pana Police Department Officer Adam Ladage in the left shoulder with a .45-caliber handgun. Edwards then jumped out a window onto the home's roof, exchanging gunfire with the other officer and suffering at least one gunshot wound. Edwards remained on the roof while Kettelkamp negotiated with him to surrender, several times pointing the pistol at his own head and threatening to kill himself as he walked around. After several hours, the Illinois State Police SWAT arrived and around 8 am Edwards reportedly set fire to the roof, then began firing at the officers, who returned fire and killed him. Beck, Herbison and 30-year-old Stacy Nicole Reed of Nokomis were arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine precursors, possession of cannabis and possession of an unregistered firearm. Kettelkamp said he is not sure how long Edwards and Herbison have been in the Pana area but the residents of the home have been under investigation for a couple of months for manufacturing meth and officers were preparing to request a search warrant. Herbison, Beck and Reed are each being held on $100,000 bond. Ladage, a 14-year veteran of the Pana Police Department who has been assigned to the Central Illinois Enforcement Group drug task force since 2011, was listed in stable condition at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield.31.07.2014 at 09:34 amLike
101.5 The One FM A change in attorneys by her former foster parents prompted a delay in finalizing custody of 10-year-old Sonya McCaul. Lucas Davidson, an associate with the Hall Booth Smith law firm, told Dickson County Juvenile Court Judge Andy Jackson Wednesday that his firm now represents Kim and David Hodgin in their efforts to adopt Sonya again and needs more time to review the history of the complicated case that has drawn national attention in the debate over biological and foster parents' rights. According to its website, the Nashville office of Hall Booth Smith is the base for the firm's entertainment industry practice and handles a wide variety of legal issues including medical malpractice, long-term care, transportation and general liability. In addition to Nashville, Hall Booth Smith has offices in Georgia. Florida, South Carolina and Tbilisi, in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. During a status review hearing in Charlotte Wednesday, Hilary Duke, Sonya's guardian ad litem, again reported that the girl, who turned 10 last week, is doing well with her biological father, John McCaul, in Nebraska. Physical custody of Sonya was awarded to McCaul in January although she remains in the custody of the Tennessee Department of Children's Services. With six months passing since his temporary custody order, Jackson could have made a final decision on custody at Wednesday's hearing but granted a 45-day delay to allow time for the Hodgins' new attorneys to review the case. The Hodgins were previously represented by Dickson attorney Jennifer Roberts and others. The Hodgins currently have a petition to terminate McCaul's parental rights again in Dickson County Circuit Court. Judge Robert Burch has taken a motion to dismiss that petition under advisement, which prevents Jackson from being able to finalize a custody arrangement until that petition reaches a resolution. The Hodgins claim McCaul's rights can still be terminated because his original prison sentence was more than 10 years, even though it was reduced and he was released, causing the Tennessee Court of Appeals to overturn their original adoption of Sonya. If Burch denies the motion to dismiss the petition and proceeds with a hearing on termination, the custody arrangement cannot be finalized until a decision is made. Burch has not said when he expects to rule on the motion. The Hodgins have taken their plea to return Sonya to their Tennessee home to CNN, The Today Show, The View and a letter to Gov. Bill Haslam, to which he has not responded.31.07.2014 at 09:33 amLike

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