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Stories from Friday, September 15, 2006

God's Lemonade Stand (09/15/06)
God's Lemonade Stand is helping feed and tend to the spiritual needs of the poor. Rick Stephens and his wife, Cathy Stephens, began their selfless ways by transporting people for Tenncare, and became more concerned when hearing the dilemma of the passengers who had to choose between groceries and needed medicines...
School Board secures option on Chapel Hill land (09/15/06)
The Marshall County School Board has entered into an option to purchase for future expansion, land adjacent to Chapel Hill Elementary School. The Marshall County Commission approved the option at a cost of $50,000, which gives the option to purchase by Sept.1, 2007...
City of Lewisburg Planning (09/15/06)
NOTICE The City of Lewisburg's Planning and Zoning Commission will hold their regular monthly meeting, Tuesday, September 19, 2006, 4:00 p.m. at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street to consider the following:...
Cornersville Girls Soccer (09/15/06)
The Cornersville High School girls soccer team has posted a 4-3 record with wins over Boyd Christian, Middle Tennessee Christian, Page, and Huntland. The Lady Bulldogs have lost their last two outings, 4-2 against Spring Hill and 5-2 against Giles County...
CMS wins ugly duel (09/15/06)
If you asked Cornersville Middle School head coach Eric Crabtree about his team's play or the weather on Tuesday evening, he would describe both as sloppy. "An ugly win is still a win," he told his players following their 16-8 victory over South Giles at home, to remain undefeated at 3-0...
Cornersville Youth Football update (09/15/06)
Division 1 Cornersville 6 Offense: Kolbe McMahon, 6 carries for 39 yards,Buddy Brown, 11 yards on a pass, Dakota Polk, 11 carries, Defense: Brock Powers,1 tackle, Cody Owens, 2 tackles, Kolbe McMahon, 10 tackles, Buddy Brown, 3 tackles, Brice Dunkleman, 2 tackles...
Survivor Reunion (09/15/06)
The annual reunion of the "S.O.S.', Survivors of the Storm 15th, will be held Sunday, September 24, 2 p.m. at Tennessee Army National Guard Armory in Tullahoma, Tennessee. All Gulf War veterans (past and present) and their families of the 251st S. & S. CO. are invited...
CARMEN LENTZ (09/15/06)
SEPTEMBER 11, 2006 Mrs. Carmen Lentz, age 54, died Monday, September 11, 2006, at her home in Delray Beach, FL. She was a native of Marshall County, TN., and the daughter of the late James and Anna Adams. Survivors include a daughter, Kathy and husband Shawn Johnson; two sons, Mike and his wife Chantel Lentz and Steve Lentz; one sister, Jeanette Hertz of FL., and a brother Joe Adams...
Betty Jane Cowser (09/15/06)
September 9, 2006 Mrs. Betty Jane Cowser, age 70, of Lewisburg, died Saturday, September 9, 2006 in Marshall Medical Center. Mrs. Cowser was a native of Giles County, Tennessee, and the daughter of the late Joe Brittian and Ina Lee Manuel Taylor. She was retired from the Circuit Court Clerk's office and was a member of the Church Street Church of Christ...
Open Government (09/15/06)
I get calls regularly from citizens and reporters with open government questions, but this one threw me. The AP reporter wanted my reaction to statements an assistant state attorney general made at the National Conference of State Legislatures. Janet Kleinfelter, "senior counsel" in the AG's office, had told NCSL attendees that the press drives government underground when it asks for too many public records...
Open Government (09/15/06)
I get calls regularly from citizens and reporters with open government questions, but this one threw me. The AP reporter wanted my reaction to statements an assistant state attorney general made at the National Conference of State Legislatures. Janet Kleinfelter, "senior counsel" in the AG's office, had told NCSL attendees that the press drives government underground when it asks for too many public records...
Sound Bytes (09/15/06)
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