Christmas lights blaze at Coble Meadows
By Karen Hall Editor For the third year in a row, the Hill family have turned their home and yard into a fabulous Christmas light show. It's definitely worth the drive out into the country to 2145 Coble Meadows Drive to see it. Nathan Hill's message at the start of the show states there are 80,000 lights and five miles of extension cords...
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas this year
By Lynda Potts Special to the Tribune A spectacular Christmas light show has been set up on the east lawn of the courthouse for everyone to enjoy for the month of December. It is similar to last year's show, but bigger and better. The light show was constructed by Edward Potts, Tony Hudson, Wendell Griffy, and Jack Cathey, and installed with the help of welders Cory Racine and Joey Kleine, Steve Cain of Action Tents, and Mike Wiles, executive director of the Marshall County Joint Economic and Community Development Board.. ...
Cornersville Elementary named a Reward School
By Karen Hall Editor Cornersville Elementary students gathered in the auditorium for a very special announcement Monday morning. "We hardly ever interrupt our school work," said Principal Cheryl Ewing. "But this time I have something very special to celebrate. Cornersville Elementary has been named by the state as a Reward School for the 2012-2013 school year."...
Porsches have been this Lewisburg man's life
By David Melson Special to the Tribune Many Lewisburg residents are likely unaware one of the Porsche world's most respected mechanics lives in their midst. Jim Watson may be one of southern Middle Tennessee's best-kept secrets. He's won major races, sold Porsches, and met the biggest names in sports-car racing...
Biggest ever Turkey Supper held at Chapel Hill Elementary School
By Karen Hall Editor The holiday season got off to a great start Friday, Nov. 15, as Chapel Hill Elementary School held its 51st Annual Turkey Supper. "It's a school project," said Principal Dean Delk. "We have good healthy community involvement. We've got folks who have been coming for 50 years."...
Renaissance ceremony held at MCHS
By Beth Stockwell Special to the Tribune The loud cheers heard in the Dottie Kelso Gymnasium on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10, were not the result of an intense basketball game, but rather the excitement of recognizing academic success at Marshall County High School...
Veterans Day celebrated all over county
By Jessica Moore Staff Writer Marshall County was full of celebration and remembrance on Nov. 11, also known as Veterans Day. Many of the local schools had programs prepared to thank the veterans. They invited veterans they knew and those that were part of their students' families...