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Stories from Friday, March 30, 2007

Commission rejects 20 year growth plan (03/30/07)
Changes to Marshall County's 20-year growth plan were rejected on Monday by county commissioners who voted 10-8 against a recommendation that's being returned to a special committee working on the plan since early autumn. Very little discussion was heard during the commissioner's regular meeting Monday on the recommendation from the Marshall County Coordinating Committee which is comprised of officials and community leaders from the county and all its municipalities, according to those in attendance.. ...
Marine raised in Lewisburg killed in Iraq (03/30/07)
A welcome home party was being planned for a U.S. Marine's return from Iraq next month, but now funeral arrangements are pending for the man who grew up in Lewisburg and returned to the war-torn country so he could protect young Marines. Sgt. Marcus (Marc) Andrew Golczynski, 30, "was killed as a result of a gunshot wound to his abdomen" while on foot patrol in the Al Anbar Province during the late afternoon on Tuesday, Iraqi time, Marine Lt. Col. Melinda Hermann said on Wednesday...
MCHS Boys'/Girls' State named (03/30/07)
Marshall County High School has named the delegates and alternates for this year's Volunteer Girls' State and American Legion Boys' State. Volunteer Girls' State is a leadership and citizenship-training program offered by the American Legion Auxiliary. ...
Soring alleged as 'tactic" on debt, jury orders payment (03/30/07)
The owner of a horse farm on Highway 64 just east of the Marshall County line has been told to pay his debt to a horse trainer because on Monday the owner failed to persuade a Bedford County jury that he didn't owe money despite his claim a contract was void after soring was allegedly used to train his horse...
Be aware of mail scams (03/30/07)
According to Marshall County Sheriff's reports, a Marshall County resident may have been victimized by mail fraud. Lones Butler reported to the Sheriff's Office that he received a letter from Vintage Communications Inc. on March 19 stating that Butler was the winner of a drawing...
New WES kindergarten teachers holding "Learning Toy Drive" (03/30/07)
You've never seen such excited young women in your life. I'm talking about Westhills Elementary School's first kindergarten teachers - Alicia Avent, Trina Blalock, Amy Gillespie, and Shannon Wells - who will be stepping into that role this coming fall...
Marshall Memos (03/30/07)
Marshall County Democrats will meet Saturday March 31, 2007 10 a.m. at First National Bank for election of officers. There will be a March of Dimes benefit yard sale Saturday March 31, 6 a.m. at Scot Bush State Farm Insurance, Mooresville Highway. Boston Butts (8-10 lbs.) will be on sale for $25. Pre-orders may be placed by calling 931-619-7805...
Local Meetings (03/30/07)
The Town of Chapel Hill Budget Committee will hold a meeting on Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at 3:30 pm at Town Hall, 2202 Unionville Road, Chapel Hill, TN. The Petersburg Planning Commission meets on a monthly basis on the 3rd Tuesday at 6 pm in the Town Hall, Petersburg, TN...
LMS Tigers win big conference game with 7th inning rally (03/30/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The regular season middle school baseball schedule is winding down and the LMS Tigers are battling in every game leading up to the conference tournament which begins Saturday. The conference is nip and tuck with many of the teams having similar won-lost records...
Phifer twirls no-hitter, Rockets sweep Van Buren (03/30/07)
by Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com Rockets have chemistry The Forrest Rockets (5-5, 4-0) sit atop the District 9A standings and are still the team to be beat, even after the loss of many key players from last year's state runner-up team. The Rocket squad still has key senior leadership on their roster with Andy Burkett, Chase Beaulieu, Brian Whitley, Blake Arceneaux, and Will Gerweck...
Sports Briefs (03/30/07)
March of Dimes Tennis Tournament There will be benefit tennis tournament for the March of Dimes, Saturday March 31 at the Marshall County Recreation Center. Youth division begins at 8:30 a.m. and adults at 12:30 p.m. The cost is $10 per person. For more information call Rex Richardson 931-619-7805...
Flashback (03/30/07)
James "Jim" Welch (03/30/07)
James "Jim" Welch March 27, 2007 Mr. James "Jim" Welch, age 63 of Nashville passed away on Tuesday, March 27, 2007. He is survived by his wife, Betty Blackwell Welch; a daughter, Jamie (Greg) Adams; sons, Jason Lee Welch and Brett (Rachel) Welch. Grandchildren, Mackenzie and Mason Adams, Natalie and Ashton Welch...
Aiden Michael Stinnett (03/30/07)
Aiden Michael Stinnett Big sister Makynlee would like to announce the birth of a brother, Aiden Michael Stinnett, born March 2, 2007 at 5:38 p.m. in Maury Regional Hospital, weighing 7 lbs. 10 ozs. and measuring 20 3/4 inches long. His parents are Michael Stinnett and Tabatha Jenkins of Lewisburg...
Leonard - Hargrove announce engagement (03/30/07)
Odd to be Godly (03/30/07)
by Stephen Rowland I didn't figure I had a chance. While stopping by the Yamaha/Suzuki Cool Springs motorcycle shop to purchase a manual for my son, the salesman asked me "Why don't you enter your motorcycle in the bike show contest held here March 24th?" The bike show was for a very worthy cause. ...