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Stories from Wednesday, June 21, 2006

MC Cowboys heading for National Rodeo (06/21/06)
Mark Matzkiw, a recent graduate and Adam Matzkiw, an 11th grade student of Forrest High School in Chapel Hill, have earned a position on the Tennessee State High School rodeo team, after finishing second in the State Finals competition recently in Memphis...
Maury Regional urges Commission to oppose Spring Hill Hospital (06/21/06)
Maury Regional Hospital paid the Marshall County Commission a special visit during their workshop session on Thursday, June 15 to discuss an upcoming resolution concerning the development of a new hospital in Spring Hill. Maury Regional Hospital has launched a campaign in opposition of the $103 million healthcare facility that Hospital Corporation of America has proposed to build in the Spring Hill area over the next few years...
Petersburg Cookbook to stir up funds for downtown revitalization (06/21/06)
What does a cookbook have to do with revitalizing an historic area? Barbara Woodward can answer that question. She'll do whatever it takes to raise money for and draw attention to the downtown area of Petersburg. This year, she's trying a cookbook. Copies of "Hometown Favorites From our Petersburg Cooks" will be available July 22. The cookbook is home to 350 recipes donated by Petersburg area cooks...
Dignitaries Gather to present check for Farmer's Market (06/21/06)
The City of Lewisburg has been awarded a $25,000 grant for an agricultural pavilion to become the newest addition at Rock Creek Park. Construction of the pavilion is already underway and is scheduled to open for its first Farmers Market on Friday, July 7 from 6 a.m. to noon. Concrete for the multi-use 40X100 pavilion will be poured later this week and the roof is scheduled to be constructed next week...
Chapel Hill Takes on New Technology with Phoenix Tower (06/21/06)
The Town of Chapel Hill held its regularly scheduled meeting to discuss new ways of bringing revenue into the small community. Town Administrator Mike Hatten addressed the new adequate facilities tax issue, which will be debated amongst local and state officials during an upcoming special call meeting. However, the Board of Mayor and Alderman were able hear and consider a recent issue that has the possibility of generating funds for the near and extended future...
Relay for Life raises more than 40K for Cancer Society (06/21/06)
The 2006 Relay for Life banked a total of $42,730.83 and had plenty of fun in the process. Many teams came up with clever ideas to raise money for this year's Relay including a live country concert at the Dixie Theater, a cakewalk, breakfast fundraisers and a sock hop...
Freddie Mai Little (06/21/06)
Freddie Mai Little, age 72, died Friday, June 16 at Marshall Medical Center in Lewisburg, Tennessee. She is preceded in death by her mother and father, Mattie and Theodore Braden of Lewisburg. She is on the Mother Board at St. James Primitive Baptist Church in Lewisburg and a faithful Wal-Mart employee for 17 years...
Will Bryce Hemphill (06/21/06)
Mr. Will Bryce Hemphill age 76 of McMinnville, TN died Monday, June 19, 2006 at NHC Healthcare. Born September 7, 1929 in Petersburg, TN, he was the retired owner of Hemphill Tire Shop, member of Christ Community Church and Bates Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and was preceded in death by parents Herman and Martha Talley Hemphill...
Christine Watson (06/21/06)
Mrs. Christine Watson, age 83 of the Mooresville Community, died Wednesday, June 14, 2006 in Maury Regional Hospital. Mrs. Watson was a native of Giles County, Tennessee and daughter of the late J.V. and Ida Mae Weatherford Callahan. She was a homemaker and member of the Mooresville Church of Christ...