Nov. 21, 2009
Elizabeth Jane “Liz” Guiley and Zach Martin were married Nov. 21, 2009, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, in Tampa, Fla. The Rev. John D. Stirewalt officiated.
The maid of honor was Alexis Tardive, friend of the bride. The bridesmaids were Amanda Barrett, friend of the bride, Emily Hesidence, sister of the bride, and Casey Martin, sister of the groom. The best man was Evan Davis, friend of the groom. The groomsmen were David Hoover, Dustin Kolp and Michael Turner, all friends of the groom.
The bride is the daughter of George Guiley of Wexford, Pa., and Connie Guiley of McCandless, Pa. She graduated from North Allegheny Senior High School, Pennsylvania, in 2002. She attended Ball State University and received her degree in 2006. The bride is currently an elementary school teacher in the Hillsborough County School District in Tampa, Fla.
The groom is the son of Steve and Sandy Martin of Lebanon. He graduated from Lebanon High School in 2002. He attended Ball State University and received his degree in 2007. The groom is currently employed as a personal trainer at Lifestyle Family Fitness in Tampa.
Nov. 7, 2009
Abby Griffith and Aaron Cornwell were married Nov. 7, 2009, in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
The bride’s attendants were Mandi Haberlin, Mackenzie Hanna, Courtney Nicley, Randi Farris, Mallory Griffith and Sydney Williams. The groomsmen were Austin Cornwell, Andrew Cornwell, Jason Hanna, Cody Griffith, Jake Waggoner, Kody Smith and Jackson Williams.
The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Cindy Griffith of Jamestown. She graduated from Western Boone High School in 2001. She attended Purdue University and received her degree in 2005. The bride is currently employed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The groom is the son of Chris and Barb Cornwell of Pittsboro. He graduated from Tri-West High School in 2002. He attended Purdue University and received his degree in 2006. The groom is currently employed at Indianapolis International Airport in the air traffic control center.
After a honeymoon to Fort Walton Beach, the couple returned home to Brownsburg.s, the couple returned home to Tampa.
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Perry remonstrance moves forward
Both parties in the Perry Township remonstrance against Whitestown have until April 21 to submit their proposed orders.
Today's biggest stars a prediction for the end of the world?
The big story this past month is not that one of our big stars (Miley Cyrus) is twerking, but that one of our medium-sized stars may someday stop working. I am talking about our sun, but Miley's prospects for future employment might also be dimming.
Ain't got no body
I started reading Golf Digest when I was in high school with the hope I could increase my scoring average. It didn't help, so I finally cancelled my subscription last year. Same with Playboy. I was browsing through the magazine rack at a local bookst
It's time to cast your vote!
The nominations have been made and now it's down to the top three in the 2012 People's Choice awards. Click HERE to vote for your choice in 34 different categories. Voting is open until 5 p.m. Jan. 20. Results will be published in the Jan. 25 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.
2011 Boone County general election
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VOTE: City seeks input on bridge designs
City of Lebanon Mayor Huck Lewis is seeking public input to decide which agricultural design to display on the new eye-catching Ind. 39 bridge over Interstate 65. Click HERE to vote.
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