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Stories from Monday, June 12, 2006

Marshall County Marlins Hit the Water (06/12/06)
The Marshall County Marlins Swim Club competed in their first meet of 2006 on Saturday to start off the third summer season for the youth swim club located in the Lewisburg Recreation Center. The Marshall County Swim Club was founded in 2004 offering an age-group youth program for children ages 4 to 18. ...
Passenger airlifted after Mooresville wreck (06/12/06)
On Tuesday, June 6 at approximately 12:30 p.m., Marshall County EMS and the Marshall County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to the scene of a single vehicle wreck on Mooresville/373 Highway across from Bryant Cemetery Road. A young witness explained to police and emergency personnel, the wreck as she watched it occur from the side of the road. ...
Marshall County Financial audit uncovers problems (06/12/06)
Each fiscal year ending in June the County Audit Division of the State of Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury Department begins its audit, which includes the first six months of the current year and the last six months of the past year. The Audit Division will begin work on the 2005-2006 audit on July 1. The financial statements and records of every county office for the current fiscal year are under scrutiny...
CH's Minor Considers Draft by Major League Tampa Bay (06/12/06)
Rocket baseball fans had do doubts it would happen and on Tuesday their confidence was confirmed when Mikie Minor was drafted by Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Minor's arm helped propel the Rockets to their first even State Tournament appearance this season and led them to a Class A State Runner-up finish. ...
PBS Puts Lewisburg on Map as "Goat Town" (06/12/06)
Lewisburg may be the Tennessee Walking Horse capital of the world but more and more fainting goats are giving the high-steppers a run for their money. This week, a film production crew came to Lewisburg to film a segment for a PBS series that featured Marshall County's own fainting goats and some of their local owners. ...
Hobbs Joins Redhawks Program (06/12/06)
Shane Hobbs is taking his game to the next level after signing the line to join the Redhawks Baseball program at Martin Methodist College. Hobbs recently completed his Tiger Baseball career by leading his team in batting average with .378 and pitching to a 5-0 record. Hobbs and the Tigers advanced to the Sectional this season where they fell one game short of a trip to the State Tournament in a thrilling 1-0 loss at David Lipscomb...