By Karen Hall Editor Civilian and military re-enactors of the Civil War gathered Saturday near Chapel Hill to raise funds for the continued restoration of Nathan Bedford Forrest's boyhood home, now the property of the Sons... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Word of Brandon Bradley's diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia spread like wildfire around Lewisburg and Marshall County, and the outpouring of love and support from all sections of the community has been... >>
By Kathi Calahan Special to the Tribune Neither rain nor fog could dampen the spirit of those participating in the 2013 Relay For Life of Marshall County held from Friday, June 7, to Saturday, June 8, at the Expo Center on... >>
By Jacki Moss Special to the Tribune The rain poured and the thunder roared as a large crowd of local, state, national, and foreign dignitaries celebrated Meiwa Industry Co. Ltd.'s groundbreaking Wednesday morning. But if... >>
By Jacki Moss Special to the Tribune Newly elected Mayor Jim Bingham, and City Council members Odie Whitehead Jr., Trigg Cathey, and Artie Allen, were sworn into office by Judge Lee Bussart Bowles before a standing-room-only... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Everyone knows "Charlotte's Web," the beloved children's book by E.B. White. It has been made into both animated and live-action movies, and now it is on the stage of the Dixie Theatre, this weekend and... >>
By Karen Hall Editor "I thank each and every one of you," said County Mayor Joe Boyd Liggett to the veterans who assembled on the square at 11 a.m. Monday, along with family members, and others who remember that Memorial Day... >>
By Karen Hall Editor Judge Robert Crigler's last day on the Circuit Court bench will be Wednesday, June 5, and a party was held Thursday morning to celebrate his retirement. At press time, Gov. Bill Haslam had not appointed... >>
By Jacki Moss Special to the Tribune You've heard the saying that everyone and her dog was at some event? Well, that homily was a fact at Saturday's Bark in the Park. Lisa Laidlaw, walking enjoying the event with Casper... >>
Buildings on west side of square get a facelift
By Jacki Moss Special to the Tribune There's just something satisfying about an historic building being treated to a facelift. It's even better when the facelift brings the building full circle. The...
Old-fashioned ice cream parlor opens on the square
By Jessica Moore Staff Writer The Lewisburg square has recently welcomed its newest business located directly beside the Dixie Theater, The '50s Ice Cream Parlor & Sub Shop. Norman and Sarah Coutu...
Grand Opening celebrated with board cutting
From Staff Reports A board instead of a ribbon was cut to mark the official opening of Marvin's Building Materials and Home Center store in Lewisburg. Local officials including Mayor Jim Bingham and...
As the result of executing a search warrant at a home on Green Valley Drive on June 10, the following arrests were made: William Robert Tankersley, 43, Green Valley Drive. Charge: violation of...
Flag Day ceremony hosted Friday by DAR
By Rachel Cook Special to the Tribune On June 14, the sun was shining, the sky was blue and cloudless, and the little log cabin on Cornersville Road was shady and inviting. Around 20 people gathered...
Perfect practice makes perfect
By Maury Wood Special to the Tribune And He said to them all, "If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me." Luke 9:23 When Brighton was born in...
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