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Stories from Friday, February 16, 2007

Shelbyville murder has Marshall connections (02/16/07)
Victim testified for co-worker at sentencing hearing
Man attacks troopers (02/16/07)
by Kristina Grossheim Staff Writer According to Tennessee Highway Patrol, Joe Pete Moss, 65, of Chapel Hill, cursed Emergency Medical Services and attacked State Troopers trying to assist him. Sunday, Feb. 11, Moss had pulled into a driveway on Lunn Store Rd., Chapel Hill, too close to the edge, causing his 1991 Ford Explorer to roll over...
Five Points Fire Department receives Federal Grant (02/16/07)
One of the primary upgrades for Five Points, using a portion of the $78,829 U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant is for personal protection gear. It cost approximately $1,550 to outfit a fireman including basic pieces such as fire suits, pants, coats, boots, gloves and suspenders. A self contained breathing apparatus cost an additional $3,500...
Students Celebrate Tennessee Space Week (02/16/07)
MCHS celebrates Vocational Education Week (02/16/07)
Marshall County High School celebrated Vocational Education Week February 12-16. During that time, several vocational teachers invited guest speakers into their classrooms to talk with the students about various topics. On Monday, Kenneth Anderson was the keynote speaker during a school-wide assembly. His topic was "Preparation for Separation."...
The rising cost of education (02/16/07)
Mrs. Julia Woodward, a former educator in the Marshall County School System, was rummaging through some old papers recently when she came across memories of when she was in school, not as a teacher, but as a sixth grade student in 1941. She found a Kuhn's 5-10-25c Store School Book Depository price list indicating the cost of books required by boys and girls at that time...
Chapel Hill news (02/16/07)
Did you have a lovely Valentine's Day? This holiday is similar to Halloween to me - it's all about Chocolate! Of course Valentines's has a little more to do with love! Monday, Feb. 19 President's Day is observed, and students will get a holiday from school. I'm sure they will all spend the day thinking about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln (Ha!) This will be a long weekend for them as there is also no school Friday, Feb. 16...
It'll be time for Three Day Ice Pickles before you know it (02/16/07)
Greetings! I hope everyone had a happy Valentines Day. February 14 was the day for all the young and old and young at heart to enjoy sending and getting pretty Valentine cards, flowers, and candy. It is hard to believe that February is half gone. It won't be long until seeds can be sown indoors, getting ready for gardens. I hope we can have a good fruit year and if February can stay cold, maybe we will. Already, I'm getting orders for the Three Day Ice Pickles...
Memos (02/16/07)
The Marshall County Board of Public Utilities will be closed Monday February 19 for President's Day. The office will re-open Tuesday February 20 at 8:00 a.m. All Lewisburg City Offices will be closed Monday February 19, 2007 with the exception of Lewisburg Electric Company in observance of President's Day. The Monday's garbage route will be picked up the following Thursday...
Local Meetings (02/16/07)
The Town of Cornersville will have a special called meeting Monday February 26, 2007 6:00 p.m at City Hall in Cornersville to consider approval of the first reading of an ordinance for the sale or the Cornersville Water System to the Lewisburg Water and Wastewater System...
Abrigo persevers, advances to quarter-finals (02/16/07)
Bulldogs end decade-long losing streak, advance to Regionals (02/16/07)
by Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com "I am not sure, but I do know it was the late eighties or early nineties," Cornersville head coach Adrian Wilson said after his Bulldogs defeated Huntland 40-25 in a District 11-A play in game that clinched a spot in the regionals. ...
Sports Briefs (02/16/07)
Little League Board Meeting The Marshall County Little League will be holding a board meeting Tuesday February 20th at the Little League Park Field House. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm; public is welcome and encouraged to attend. Chapel Hill Youth Football League Monthly Board Meeting ...
Postal Service honored as most trusted Government agency (02/16/07)
For the third year in a row, Americans have rated the U.S. Postal Service as the number one agency they trust to protect their privacy. Not only did the Postal Service retain the top spot, customer satisfaction and trust scores increased from the previous year, a national study shows...
JAL holds Children's Charity Ball (02/16/07)
Second Avenue Church of Christ visits Washington (02/16/07)
February is Black History Month (02/16/07)
In honor of Black History month, the Marshall County Tribune will feature three back leaders from Marshall County. Today, we introduce you to Mr. William J. Mitchell, commonly known as "Willie J.", currently serving in his third term as a City Councilman for the City of Lewisburg...
JAL kicks off suitcase drive (02/16/07)
The Junior Auxiliary of Lewisburg is collecting suitcases for the Department of Human Services' Foster Children. JAL is asking everyone in the community to clean out their closet and donate any luggage, backpacks, suitcase & other bags that they may not need, use or want any more for these foster children. (New suitcases are also welcome.)...
Birth Announcement (02/16/07)
Black History Month still worth observing (02/16/07)
I have a special place in my heart for real-life examples of individuals who, in the face of great adversity, rise above their circumstances to achieve greatness. With February being Black History Month, there will undoubtedly be several short biographies published in newspapers and magazines of black individuals who did just that. ...
There is no substitute for whining (02/16/07)
According to the Assoc-iated Press, Leavitt Area High School in Leeds, Maine has gone beyond banning guns, to symbolically banning XY chromosomes. Boys basketball coach Mike Remillard was fired after a (successful) halftime pep talk in which he challenged his players to reach into their pants and "check their manhood" before re-turning to the court...