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Stories from Friday, April 6, 2007

In Memory of SSgt. Marc Golczynski (04/06/07)
Beneficial livestock tools captured (04/06/07)
Throughout the month of March, twelve Marshall County 4-H'ers competed at the 2007 Tennessee Beef Agribition and the 2007 Central Region Livestock Judging Contest held at the Tennessee Livestock Center on the Middle Tennessee State University Campus in Murfreesboro. More than 260 youth from across the state contended in the competitions...
Marshall County students eligible for $30,000 scholarship to attend the Webb School (04/06/07)
Rising seventh-graders in Marshall County are among those eligible to receive a newly established merit scholarship totaling $30,000 to internationally renowned Webb School in Bell Buckle. Funded by Charles and Delia Goodman of Milton, Tenn., the Goodman Family Scholarship will be awarded in increments of $5,000 each year to a Webb day student beginning with grade seven and continuing through grade 12. ...
Chapel Hill OK's church expansion, commercial plans (04/06/07)
Chapel Hill planning commissioners on Monday approved plans for the expansion of a church and a commercial development north of town, but deferred action on a project on Horton Highway at Patterson Cemetery Road. Because expansion of Chapel Hill Church of Christ is to be less than 40 percent of the total square footage on the congregation's property, site plan approval was virtually a formality, although the concept plans were seen as meeting town standards...
State House recognizes Cornersville's 200th Anniversary (04/06/07)
Patriot Guard on duty this week in Marshall Co. (04/06/07)
Nearly 60 U.S. Marines volunteered to help this week at funeral services for Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski, but there were about a dozen other volunteers present to honor the man who grew up in Lewisburg, and be ready to shield mourning relatives if protestors arrived as threatened last week...
Tremper named 2007 Miss Cornersville (04/06/07)
Hometown hero remembered for (04/06/07)
Thousands of Marshall County residents turned out Wednesday to honor a man who grew up in his hometown of Lewisburg where he joined the Marine Reserves. He returned from Iraq to live and work in Murfreesboro at his father's business, only to return to the war-torn country where he died during combat 10 days ago...
Community Sunrise Service set for 7 a.m. (04/06/07)
I thought I would get things together last week, but obviously that didn't happen!
The beauty of the Master's touch (04/06/07)
Happy Easter to all my friends! It will probably be a chilly day but we need rain. The past 2 or three weeks we have enjoyed beautiful weather. The trees are all leafed out everything is so green. The pear trees, apple, peach, plum, the dogwood and the red bud trees, the fossythia, harhthorn many beautiful daffodils, are some of the beautiful spring sights. . . . .
Marshall Memos (04/06/07)
The official GED practice test will be given in Lewisburg on Saturday, April 7 8:30 a.m. at the Adult Learning Center located in the Spot Lowe Vocational & Technical School at 1771 Jason Maxwell Boulevard. This test is a state requirement of all candidates planning to take the official GED exam and is provided Free. A photo ID is required, and plan to stay approximately five hours. Call 359-7609 for additional information and to register...
Local Meetings (04/06/07)
The Petersburg Planning Commission meets on a monthly basis on the 3rd Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall, Petersburg, TN. The Industrial Development Board of the City of Lewisburg will hold their regular scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, April 9, 2007, 12:00 noon at Lewisburg City Hall, 131 East Church Street...
Tigers bite Bulldogs 10-7 with late rally (04/06/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The Marshall County High School Tigers and the Cornersville High School Bulldogs met in the second game of their season series at Preston Hopkins Field and the Tigers managed a late comeback for the sweep and moved to 12-5 on the season, while the loss dropped the Dawgs to 5-7...
CMS Bulldogs remain undefeated in inaugural season (04/06/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com The Cornersville Middle School Bulldog baseball team is making their inaugural season a memorable one as they remain on an undefeated run. Head coach Mike Tatum and his middle school squad extended the streak to nine straight with a 12-1 victory over Riverside Christian Academy on Tuesday in Cornersville...
Sports Briefs (04/06/07)
Chapel Hill Youth Football League Monthly Board Meeting The April CHYFL board meeting will be held at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, April 11, 2007 at the Forrest High Field House. This meeting is open to the public. MCYFL Spaghetti Supper The Marshall County Youth Football League will hold a spaghetti supper on Monday, April 9th at the VFW building from 10:30 a.m. ...
49th Annual Miss and Little Miss Cornersville Pageants (04/06/07)
The Cornersville Athletic Booster Club sponsored the 49th annual Miss and Little Miss Cornersville Pageants on Friday, March 30, 2007. Cornersville native and CHS alumnus Mrs. Jan Wolaver Brock hosted the event. The title of Little Miss Cornersville 2007 was awarded to Allison Leigh Henderson. ...
Mary Frances Osteen Hargrove (04/06/07)
Mary Frances Osteen Hargrove April 3, 2007 Mrs. Mary Frances Osteen Hargrove, age 78, of Unionville, TN died Tuesday, April 3, 2007 in Shelbyville, TN. A native of College Grove, TN, Mrs. Hargrove was a daughter of the late Howard Cliff and Annie Eva Faris Osteen. She was a retired clerical worker with National Pen in Shelbyville, TN and was a 67 year member of the Unionville United Methodist Church...
Clay Knox Dyer (04/06/07)
Clay Knox Dyer April 3, 2007 Mr. Clay Knox Dyer, age 83 of Cornersville, died Tuesday, April 3, 2007 at NHC Columbia. Mr. Dyer was a life long native of Marshall County, Tennessee and son of the late John Mac and Elsie Calahan Dyer. He was retired from Heil Quaker Corporation as a maintenance millwright, retired mechanic, and last retirement was Marshall County Veteran's Service Officer with twelve years of service. ...
Marcus Nathan Jones (04/06/07)
Marcus Nathan Jones April 2, 2007 Marcus Nathan Jones, age 22, of 1100 Adams Road, Belfast, passed away on Monday, April 2 , 2007 at his residence. He was the son of the late Dennis Marcus Jones who passed away in 1998. He was also preceded in death by grandparents George Hayes and Earl Jones...
Bigham - Johnson to wed June 9 (04/06/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bigham of Cornersville announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Lynn Bigham, to Russell Kent Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Johnson of Nashville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Smith and Mr. Robert Bigham and the late Mrs. Margaret Bigham of Cornersville. She is a graduate of Cornersville High School and a 2004 graduate of Lipscomb University. Miss Bigham is currently attending the University of TN College of Dentistry in Memphis...
Spivey's celebrate 50th anniversary (04/06/07)
Jimmy and Mary Spivey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on March 8. They were surprised by their children, Richie Spivey, Christy Ingram and their spouses, Stacy Spivey and Dale Ingram, with an anniversary party at the JW Steakhouse in Decatur, AL. Over 35 family members were attendance including all of their siblings and their families including three grand daughters and three step granddaughters...
Police Beat (04/06/07)
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...
Defining liberal theology (04/06/07)
Modernists. Theological Progressives. Liberal Theologians. Whatever nametag you use, they stand in contrast to conservative or traditionalist theologians. Rudolf Bultmann was a famous liberal theologian who insisted that the modern scientific worldview should be used as a basis for "demythologizing" the Bible. ...