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Stories from Friday, March 16, 2007

2007-2008 School Schedule (03/16/07)
Approved school calendar for the 2007-2008 school year: August 3 -- First full day for students -- abbreviated students August 7 -- First full day for students September 3 -- Labor Day September 13 -- Parent Teacher Conference Block (3-6p.m.) October 4 -- Parent Teacher Conference Non-Block...
Marshall Memos (03/16/07)
The Marshall County Soil Conservation District will hold its annual tree giveaway this spring. If you are interested in receiving free Southern Red Oak and Loblolly Pine trees, call 359-6268. The Marshall County Community Theater will be holding auditions for adults for the Rogers and Hammerstein musical "Oklahoma" March 19-20 6:30 p.m. ...
Local Meetings (03/16/07)
The City of Lewisburg's Planning and Zoning Commission will hold their regular monthly meeting, Tuesday, March 20, 2007, 4:00 p.m. at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street to consider the following:1. Site plan approval for an addition to a building located at 225 Heil Quaker Avenue: Barry Hooten, owner. 2. Election of a temporary secretary for the Planning and Zoning Commission...
Tigers narrowly defeat Rockets in opening day tilt (03/16/07)
by Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com Spring is Here The Bradford's are blooming, the bulbs are bursting, and baseball season has begun in Marshall County. The three-time Class AA champions Marshall County High School Tigers hosted last year's Class A runner-up Forrest Rockets Monday afternoon at Preston Hopkins Field on opening day of baseball in the county and the game went right to the wire as the Tigers scored an unearned run in the bottom of the seventh to win 3-2...
Sports Briefs (03/16/07)
Marshall County Softball Leagues Forming The coaches meeting for softball leagues will be Tuesday March 27. Church League will meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Mens' Industrial League will meet at 7:45 p.m. Any coach interested in forming a team in either league should attend. For more information call Greg Wells, 931-619-1567...
Rockability legend brings life to local church (03/16/07)
by Kristina Grossheim Staff Writer After 42 years in the ministry and a distinct entertainment career, rockabilly singer and musician Billy Adams received a calling to Lewisburg's Church of God. In his youth, the Adams family moved a lot to find work and experienced hard times, but always shared what they did have with those less fortunate...
Foster Grandparent Program needs you! (03/16/07)
by Beth Leftwich Staff Writer Hazel Harmon of Cornersville has more zest for life than a lot of people half her age and she credits the Foster Grandparent Program for her lively personality. "I enjoy getting up every morning, it gives me something to look forward to," says the former beautician who had to retire early due to rheumatoid arthritis...
Flashback (03/16/07)
Small World (03/16/07)
Abby Cox with the family pet Minnie, is the 2 year old daughter of Chris and Tammy Cox and the sister of Bradley Cox.
Charles N. "Chief" Hamilton (03/16/07)
Charles N. "Chief" Hamilton March 13, 2007 Mr. Charles N. "Chief" Hamilton, Jr., age 73, of the Verona community of Marshall Co., died Tuesday, March 13, 2007. A native of Ft. Wayne, IN, Mr. Hamilton was a son of the late Charles Nixon and Iris Marsh Hamilton. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and was a retired printer with The Tennesseean. Mr. Hamilton was a member of Holt‚s Corner Baptist Church and was preceded in death by two grandchildren...
Linda Faye Rollins (03/16/07)
Linda Faye Rollins March 13, 2007 Ms. Linda Faye Rollins, age 56 of Lewisburg, died Tuesday, March 13, 2007 in Marshall Medical Center. Ms. Rollins was a native of Giles County, Tennessee and daughter of the late Mitchell Odell and Eva Mae Walker Price. She was a homemaker and member of the Church of God of Cornersville ,TN; four brothers, David (Shelia) Price of Lewisburg, Danny Price of Lewisburg, Johnny Price of Athens, AL, and Jerry Price...
Glenda Kaye Linley (03/16/07)
Glenda Kaye Linley March 12, 2007 Mrs. Glenda Kaye Linley, age 50 of Lewisburg, died Monday, March 12, 2007 in St. Thomas Hospital. Mrs. Linley was native of Giles County and daughter of the late Mitchell Odell and Eva Mae Walker Price. She was employed with Kantus Corporation and was a member of Church St. Church of Christ...
Maggie Lee Robinson Hightower (03/16/07)
Maggie Lee Robinson Hightower March 11, 2007 Maggie Lee Robinson Hightower, age 89, of Lewisburg,TN, died Sunday March 11, 2007 at the residence of Mrs. Josephine Rhinehart. She is preceded in death by her husband, Joe Wortham (J.W.) Hightower; her parents, Alf and Eunnie Robsinson; three children, Charles Hightower, Herman Hightower, and LueDell Hightower...
Charles Ray Bass (03/16/07)
Charles Ray Bass February 25, 2007 Mr. Charles Ray Bass, age 73, of Centerville,TN died Sunday February 25, 2007 at Life Care Center of Centerville,TN. A native of Centerville,TN., he was the husband of Shirley Hutchinson Bass and the son of the late Herbert and Ila Mae Bates Bass...
Police Beat (03/16/07)
Police Beat/Jail Intake The following persons were arrested by the Lewisburg Police Department, Marshall County Sheriff's Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force and processed through Marshall County Jail. They are only charged: guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts...
Bringing a little Sunshine back into Tennessee (03/16/07)
by Frank Gibson This is "Sunshine Week." No, it has nothing to do with celebrating the start of Daylight Savings Time. This is sunshine in government as in "sunshine is the best disinfectant." "Sunshine Sunday" star-ted five years ago in Florida, where the news media used it to focus attention on inadequacies of Florida's open government laws. It soon expanded to "Sunshine Week" nationwide to focus on the public's right-to-know everywhere...