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Stories from Friday, September 29, 2006

Step back in time held at Horton Park (09/29/06)
Commemorative Goat Knife being sold by Lewisburg Rotary Club (09/29/06)
The Lewisburg Rotary Club is releasing its one of a kind Goat Knife to commemorate the Goat Festival. In its fourth year of release, the Goat Knife is handcrafted, one of a kind, and commissioned by Colonel Littleton specifically for the Goat Festival...
Dedicated to finding a home (09/29/06)
" Up - Reach, reaching up to God, In - Reach, reaching out to each other, and Out - Reach, reaching out to the community." Their chosen objective and their persistence in finding a permanent home evidence the dedication and perseverance at Mooresville Baptist Church...
Day of music provides free concerts (09/29/06)
Nashville, TN -- The Nashville Symphony and AmSouth Bank present the free AmSouth "Day of Music" on Saturday, October 7, 2006, at the Nashville Symphony's new home, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, which opened on September 9 in the heart of downtown Nashville. The opening festivities will culminate in this day-long event providing the entire community the opportunity to tour the new concert hall and enjoy more than 35 concerts free from 10 a.m. until midnight. ...
Fitz copes with Lyme Disease (09/29/06)
Staff Writer Lyme disease is on the rise and people must learn how to protect themselves. Lewisburg resident, Bob Fitz, was diagnosed with Lyme disease November of last year, but believes he may have had it since the 1970s. " I think Lyme disease is the worst health problem because it is under diagnosed," said Fitz," Your first sign is when the doctor says it is all in your head."...
Marshall Memos Friday September 1, 2006 (09/29/06)
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 . The Marshall County Emergency Medical Services Committee will meet October 5, 2006, 6 p.m. at 2209 Courthouse Annex Building. Franchise Agreement topic...
Local Meetings (09/29/06)
The Town of Chapel Hill Planning Commission will be holding their regular monthly meeting on Monday, October 2, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Police and Fire Department, 119 North Horton Parkway, Chapel Hill , Tn 37034. To consider the following:...
Conersville celebrates Homecoming (09/29/06)
LMS knocks off CMS (09/29/06)
It was a historic night for middle school football in Marshall County Tuesday night with the first ever regular season match up between the Cornersville Middle School Bulldogs and the Lewisburg Middle School Tigers. The intensity was high, on the field and in the stands as LMS's powerful Tiger squad ripped the Bulldogs 35-7 behind the exemplary running of Broderick Tears and Dominic Matthews, who each had long touchdown runs. ...
CMS Bulldogs celebrate homecoming victory (09/29/06)
The Cornersville Middle School Bulldogs celebrated their middle school homecoming by thrashing The Zion Christian Academy Eagles 32-0 behind a smothering defense that held the Eagles under 100 total yards for the game. Led by defensive captain Joe Stocstil's steady play and the bone jarring tackling of Taylor Rogers, who had seven tackles, the Bulldogs threw a blanket over the Eagles. ...
STACY NICOLE ROGERS (09/29/06)
On Saturday, October 14 Stacy Nicole Rogers and Jesse Kevin Bishop, Jr. will unite in marriage at Gatlinburg's Little Log Wedding Chapel. The bride to be is the duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rogers of Lewisburg. She is the gradduaghter of Ms. Lillisan Hickman and the late Mr. Anzel Hickman of Murfreesboro. Stacy is also the granddaughter of the late Odell and Sara Rogers and Ms. Sandra Rogers of Lewisburg...
Small World (09/29/06)
Jenna Hope Blanton is the three year old daughter of Kerry and Kim Blanton of Chapel Hill. Jenna's grandparents are Glenn and Margaret Haynes of Laws Hill, and Evelyn Blanton of Shelbyville. Tn.
Small World (09/29/06)
Allyson Faith and Anna Grace Blanton are the four year old daughters of Kerry and Kim Blanton of Chapel Hill. They are the granddaughters of Glenn and Margaret Haynes of Laws Hill, and Evelyn Blanton of Shelbyville, Tn.
Mrs. Bobbie Laney (09/29/06)
September 21, 2006 Mrs. Bobbie Laney, 69, of Chapel Hill, Tn, died Thursday, September 21, 2006 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Mrs. Laney was a native of Jessup, Ga, and a daughter fo the late Eugene Scott andd Mildred Robertson Mixon. She was a self-employed beautician and manicurist and was a member of the Holt'ss Corner Baptist aChurch...
Graysen Elise Gates (09/29/06)
September 17, 2006 Funeral services for Graysen Elise Gates, age 2, born April 16, 2004. God called our precious angel home on Sunday, September 17, 2006. Survived by her loving parents, Ben Gates of Columbia, and Casie Skulley of Gordonsville, Tn. Survivors besides her parents include: paternal grandmother, Kathy Gates of Lewisburg, and William Gates of Gordonsville. ...
Mrs. Nora Covington Strasser (09/29/06)
September 26. 2006 Mrs. Nora Covington Strasser, age 65, of Chapel Hill, Tennessee died Tuesday, September 26, 2006. She was a native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas and was the daughter of the late Robert Troy and Mary Freda Brenke Covington. Mrs. Strasser was a farm wife and a life long volunteer of many organizations including; Dairy Superintindent of the Tennesssee State Fair, Guernsey Superintendent of the Mid-South Fair, Secretary and board member of Tennessee Dairy Expo, Farm Bureau Women and board member of the Marshall County Farm Bureau, 4-H volunteer, Girl Scout leader and volunteer, and was a founding member of C.H.A.M.P.S. ...
Kason Bentley Fuller (09/29/06)
Jason and Kelly Jo Fuller proudly announce the birth of their son, Kason Bentley Fuller, born on September 1, 2006 at Centennial Women's Hospital. He weighed 7 lb. 8 oz. and was 20 inches long. Chuck and Beverly Brown, Pam Fuller, and Tim and Amy Fuller, are the proud grandparents. Milton and Wanda Brown, Norma Johnson, Palmer and Betty Fuller, and Mary Louise Osborne are the proud great-grandparents...