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Stories from Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Horse stabled at Tennessee Walking National Celebration tested postitve for rabies (09/13/06)
Officials with the Tennessee Department of Health are notifying persons, who attended the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville of a confirmed case of rabies in a horse stabled on the grounds during the event. The horse was not involved in any of the Celebration competitions...
Maury Regional announces new physicians (09/13/06)
Charles S. Kim, M.D., a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation, has joined the medical staff at Maury Regional Hospital. He is associated with Drs. Jeffrey T. Adams, Randall L. Davidson, Jr., Alton Lee Hunter, Jr., Scott W. McCall, Jonathan R. Pettit, Joseph Fredrick Wade and C. Douglas Wilburn of Middle Tennessee Bone & Joint Clinic...
Calsonic Is Not Moving More Jobs To Lewisburg (09/13/06)
Despite a rumor making the rounds, CalsonicKansei North America is not planning any major reductions in its Shelbyville operations beyond some transfers announced in April affecting the injection molding division. Those jobs, it was announced in April, were moving from CKNA's plant in Shelbyville to its plant in Lewisburg...
Marshall County Deer Hunters Feed the Hungry (09/13/06)
Deer Hunters now have the opportunity to donate deer to the needy without it costing them money. Monetary donations made to Marshall County Hunters for the hungry will go towards the processing fee of the deer. The Hunters for the Hungry program has been around for several years, but the hunter, more times than not, would have to also donate the processing fee. Most processors charge $50 to $75 to process a deer. Many hunters can't or won't pay that much to give the meat away...
Forrest prepares for MS/HS Homecoming (09/13/06)
MCHS gears up for a "Homecoming Celebration" (09/13/06)
In 1926, seniors walked the halls of the first school named Marshall County High School. This year the school is celebrating "80 years of MCHS". Homecoming committees are busy planning games and activities for the students to enjoy. These activities will include:...
Mark Pirtle and Forrest FFA launch Hometown Scholarship Program (09/13/06)
Forrest Future Farmers of America and Mark Pirtle Chevrolet in Shelbyville recently announced the launch of the 2006 Hometown Scholarship Program, a campaign that will generate scholarship funds for high school students locally, across the state, and throughout America. In its fourth year, the Hometown Scholarship Program is part of Mark Pirtle's continuing commitment to FFA in their hometown community...
King Awarded Titans Scholarship (09/13/06)
Sam King, a 2006 graduate of Cornersville High School is the recipient of the Tennessee Titans Join the Team Scholarship for the second year in a row. Bud Adams, Jr, owner of the Tennessee Titans, created the scholarship program to get High School athletes involved and give back to their community...
Memos (09/13/06)
Marshall Memos serves as a special events calendar for Marshall County and surrounding areas. If you haven an upcoming event, contact the Marshall County Tribune at 359-1188 or email to greg@marshalltribune.com.
The American Legion Auxiliary Meeting (09/13/06)
The American Legion Auxiliary will hold it's regular meeting September 18, 2006, 9 a.m. at the Village Manor. Peggy Fowler will be collecting membership dues for 2007, so a complete new membership list can be made. Charles Evelyn Miller will present a program on Gold Star Mothers. This will be an opportunity to honor mothers who have lost sons in active service to our country...
Community Calendar (09/13/06)
From the Tractor Pull in Chapel Hill to the Goats, Music and More Festival in Lewisburg, there a big events held each year in Marshall County. Listed below are some of the big happenings coming up.
FMS saddles Champions (09/13/06)
WARTRACE -- Forrest Middle jumped out to an early lead and cruised past Cascade Middle 20-6 on Thursday. The Rockets' win streak now stands at 33 games, having not been beaten since Cascade (3-1) took them down roughly four years ago. "As far as the conference, I thought this would be the best test we would have," Forrest coach Danny Morgan said. ...
Bulldogs Blanked At Wayne County (09/13/06)
The Cornersville Bulldog's offense never got on-track while Wayne County produced enough big plays, to post a shutout win, 21-0 in rainy conditions Friday night in Waynesboro. An 80-yard touchdown pass from Wayne County's Crease to Hanton on the Wildcat's first possession of the game, accounted for the only offensive fireworks in the first half. That play came at the 8:12 mark of the first period and with the point after, gave Wayne County a 7-0 lead...
Bulldogs Blanked At Wayne County (09/13/06)
The Cornersville Bulldog's offense never got on-track while Wayne County produced enough big plays, to post a shutout win, 21-0 in rainy conditions Friday night in Waynesboro. An 80-yard touchdown pass from Wayne County's Crease to Hanton on the Wildcat's first possession of the game, accounted for the only offensive fireworks in the first half. That play came at the 8:12 mark of the first period and with the point after, gave Wayne County a 7-0 lead...
MARSHALL COUNTY TIGERS GET STEAMROLLED BY BOBCATS (09/13/06)
The Marshall County Tigers football team traveled to Greenbrier to face the Bobcats on Friday night. The Tigers found the Bobcats unfriendly host as they ran past Marshall County 35-6. Greenbrier came in with a powerful running game and proved too much for the Tigers to handle as they amassed 356 rushing yards. The Tigers were not able to get their rushing game going at all and were in the negative in total rushing yards...
Rockets keep winning (09/13/06)
East Robertsoin is latest victim
September is National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month (09/13/06)
Nearly 300,000 Tennessee residents need treatment for alcohol problems but have not sought help, according to recent data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In addition, an estimated 125,000 Tennesseans are in need of treatment for an illicit drug problem and are not undergoing care...
Disney on Ice Princess Wishes to help make wishes come true in middle Tennessee (09/13/06)
Feld Entertainment announced today a portion of all ticket sales from the opening night performance of Disney on Ice Princess Wishes in Nashville will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle Tennessee to help grant wishes of children in Middle Tennessee...
Jim B. Holly (09/13/06)
September 11, 2006
Ruth Lee Armstrong Wilkes (09/13/06)
September 7, 2006
Gilbert Riley Wilburn (09/13/06)
September 6, 2006
Danny Lee Sparks (09/13/06)
September 9, 2006
Mr. Harvey Leander Spivy (09/13/06)
September 9, 2006
Samuel Hollis Hale (09/13/06)
Samuel Hollis Hale, was born August 16, 2006, weighing 6 lbs, 10 ounces and 19 inches at Crestwood Medical Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Parents are Chris and Sunshine Hale. Grandparents are Hollis and Lynda Hale of Hazel Green, Alabama, Jeanette Howell of Fayetteville and Weldon Howell of Columbia. Sibling is Emilee Grace Hale age 6...
Remembering 9-11 on the 5th Anniversary (09/13/06)
Dear friends, During my lifetime, I have heard my parents, grandparents, and other family members recount times in history. Most would always start with "I remember where I was when…Pearl Harbor or JFK was shot. For so many in my generation, we, too, had events to recall…the Challenger Explosion, President Reagan being shot, and the Oklahoma City Bombings. ...