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Chronicle 9-23-09 Edition

Chronicle 9-23-09 Edition

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of Mt. Juliet
The Largest Circulation in Wilson County 
Celebrating our 28th year as the leading newspaper in Mt. Juliet and West Wilson County
 Volume 29 September 23, 2009 Number 37 
MJ lotterywinner chargedwith stealing
Page 2
Local cancerchild has awish come trueWhat’s newwho’s looking,what’s next
What’s new, what’s next in MJ
 What’s new, what’s next in MJ
According to Mt. Juliet of 
cials our fair city is on the verge of a business boom, with dozens of new businesses either recently opened oropening their doors in the next year. Pictured is the Paddocks Place development located on N. Mt. Juliet Road, taken in July of this year.What’s next for Mt. Juliet, in Paddocks and beyond? Get the exclusive scoop only in
The Chronicle. ~ Photo provided by the City of Mt. Juliet,via Aerial Innovations of Tennessee, Inc. - www.
Page 3Page 5Page 9
Bears takeHendersonville indouble OT
Page 2, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 23, 2009
By Ben Dudley
Special to The Chronicle
“9 New Ways to BeatThe High Cost of College!”
Call toll free1-888-732-5928, anytime24hrs/day for a FREErecorded message to get yourFREE copy of the reportcolleges hope you never see!
P.S. The first 25 callers will receivea FREE gift worth $150. Hurry, don’t miss out on this limited time offer!
 Parents of College-Bound Students
Grand Opening Celebration! 
All prices after rebates plus t.t.l all prices include a $286 processing fee. Due to ad deadlines some units may be sold. Pictures are for illustration only.This sale supersedes all other advertised sales. No purchase necessary. Drawings for giveaways will be held at 4pm on 11/21/09. To enter come in be-tween now and contest drawing, take a test drive and demonstration on a new Hyundai. See dealer for complete details. Open to legal U.S residents age 18or older with a valid driver’s license. Must submit a valid email address to enter giveaway. Employees of Wilson County Hyundai or any other dealership,mail house, AHNO, associated sponsors or agencies and their family members and members of same household are ineligible. Sale price ends 09/30/09.
Saturday, November 21.09 • From 9am-5pm • Rain or Shine
1506West Main St.Lebanon,TN 37087
 Win a 46” Sharp Aquos 1080-p LCDTV,Playstation 3 ( includes Blu-Ray player), OR a copy of EA Sports Madden NFL 2010!
Giveaway to be held on Saturday 11.21.09 at 4 p.m. To enter,take a test drive and a demonstration on a new Hyundai prior togiveaway. A valid email is required to enter drawing.Do not have to be present to win. No purchase necessary.
See dealership for complete details.
Take$6,000* OffMSRP
2009Hyundai Sonata
America’s Best Warranty 
For more information or to register, call MedLine at800-242-5662.
2009 TriStar Health System
TriStarHealth.comSaturday, September 26
9:00a.m.- 11:00 a.m.Rutland PlaceSenior Community
Summit Medical Center and Rutland PlaceHost A FREE Community Health Fair 
The following screenings or assessments will be provided:• Skin cancer screening• Colon cancer screening awareness• Blood pressure• Blood glucose• BMI• Allergy testing• Balance checks• Hearing screenings• MassagesRutland Place is located at 435 NW Rutland RoadMt. Juliet, TN 37122. From I-40 take exit 226 and head northon N. Mt. Juliet Rd. Turn right on NW Rutland Rd. thenRutland Place will be on located the left.
You are invited to attend this FREE community health fair tolearn more about improving your health. Reservations arerecommended by calling TriStar MedLine at 615-342-1919 or800-242-5662. Refreshments will be provided.
Volunteers are needed, 14 years of age or older, For Southern STARRS (Special Therapeutic and RecreationalRiding Students) as part of a therapeutic horseback riding team working with special needs children, 2-3hours per week: Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays - 4 to 7 p.m. - or Saturday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. No experienceneeded – training provided. Internships, work-studies and community service credit offered. Work withchildren and animals and be part of a caring group of volunteers! Call 453-2592 or email: programdirector@southernstarrs.org. Forms can also be downloaded at southernstarrs..org
Karli Costley’s wishis
nally coming true as theMake-A-Wish Foundationof Middle Tennessee isgranting her Disney World wish by providing her with atip to the amusement park. The beautiful little girl, whosuffers from retinoblastoma, wished to have a Disney Adventure.On Friday, Sept. 11,Karli, 4, was surprised by friends and family with thenews before kickoff of the Mt. Juliet High School footballgame. This is a special placefor Karli as she was recently named an honorary Mt. Juliet High cheerleader.Mickey and MinnieMouse and Ariel, who isKarli’s favorite Disney princess, greeted Karli on the
eld to announce the newsthat she and her family willbe receiving her spendingmoney and trip itinerary as well.After theannouncement there, Karliand her new friends fromDisney had refreshments ina tent at the south end zoneto celebrate her wish comingtrue. Then Karli returned tothe
eld and took her spot asthe “little Bear cheerleader.” The family found out aboutthe wish being granted inMay and will go on theirtrip during Fall Break inOctober.“The sweetest part was the girl who was Ariel,”said Karli’s mom Amy. “Hername is Miranda Millerand she’s from Sweetwater, Tenn. She met Karli at abene
t and Karli thoughtshe really was Ariel.”
Karli’s wish is granted
See KARLI, Page 8
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 23, 2009, Page 3
Her name was put inheadlines last year when sheand her husband celebrateda winning lottery ticketvalued at $800,000.And again this yearher name is backin the headlinesbut for a muchdifferent reason.Tamatha(Tammy) Byrum,of Mt. Juliet, hasbeen charged bythe TennesseeBureau of Investigation with embezzlingsome $550,000from a Lebanonbusinessman while she servedas an accountantand of 
cer inthe business heowned. She wasarrested by localauthorities last week.Accordingto Steve Guynn, who now ownsSherlock’s Book Emporium,Byrum “stole” some $500,000from a software computerbusiness he started in 1981and owned up until 2006.Guynn said Byrum worked for him for about12 years starting out asa receptionist, then as anaccountant and eventuallybecame president of thecompany.He said theinvestigation by the TBI hasbeen ongoing for almostthree years. TBI began itsinvestigation in February ona request from the DistrictAttorney’s of 
ce, said KristenHelm, public informationof 
cer.Byrum was arrestedon Wednesday, September16, by Special Agent ChetMason with the TBI andbooked into the WilsonCounty Jail.Byrum wascharged withthree countsof theft over$60,000, onecount of theftover $10,000,seven countsof forgery andseven countsof passinga forgedinstrument.She wasreleasedfrom custodyafter postinga bond of $15,000. Sheis to appearin court on Thursday,Nov. 19.Byrum andher husband,Michael, whohas not been charged in theinvestigation, were featuredin the media last year asbeing the lucky winners of a Tennessee lottery ticket worth $800,000.
From staff reports
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Mt. Juliet
MJ lottery winner chargedby TBI for embezzling $550K
Tammy Byrum with her big payoff 

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