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Stories from Friday, April 13, 2007

Separate accidents claim lives (04/13/07)
Child succumbs to lack of oxygen after pool accident Miranda Lamoreaux has made the toughest decision of her life - to have her child taken off of life support. Yet the Chapel Hill woman summoned inner strength on Wednesday to talk publicly about the chain of events that led to such a difficult decision on Tuesday afternoon...
Winter damage on wheat (04/13/07)
Area wheat and livestock producers need to take special care when it comes to using the 2007 wheat and small grain crops for either forage or grain. The recent extremely cold temperatures can cause a major problem for area producers. Producers wanting to harvest cold damaged small grains for hay or haylage will need to have these crops tested for nitrates if the fields were top dressed late or when soil moisture has been low. ...
80 lb. catfish caught again (04/13/07)
An 80-pound catfish caught at Big Whiskers Catfish Farm last Sunday was no April Fool's Day joke. Robert Wheeler hooked the gigantic catfish, but it also took Charlie Delk's help to pull the catfish out of the water. The 80-pound catfish dubbed "Big Mel," has become an icon at Big Whiskers. And, as is the custom, he's back swimming in the fish farm after his release, again...
FFA Degree recipients backed by FCS (04/13/07)
When it's spring in Tennessee, more than 2,000 FFA members gather in Gatlinburg for the youth organization's annual state convention. During the last few days of March, FFA members from across the Volunteer State attended a series of business sessions, presented proficiency programs, listened to motivational speakers and joined in on traditional FFA fellowship...
Bubblegum's burial clarified by owners (04/13/07)
The owners of Bubblegum, a dog that was buried in and then moved from a city cemetery plot owned by the family for years, consulted with an undertaker before Bubblegum was buried. There was no law against it then, but the incident led to one. The Marshall County Tribune is pleased to add this to the record...
"Service issues, misinformation" lead to rejection of 20-year plan (04/13/07)
Smith, Porch list various growth issues Marshall County's building official has been assigned to collect and report details on why county commissioners voted against a 20-year growth plan showing where municipalities may annex land. "Lack of a plan of service, inability to provide services and misinformation given to the coordinating committee" were reasons stated by Commission Chairman Sam Smith who'd been charged by the commission to name a panel that would provide an explanation for the commission's 10-8 vote against the 20 year plan.. ...
New path added at Rock Creek (04/13/07)
Construction to extend part of the path for walkers and cyclists in Lewisburg is to begin in 4-6 weeks, city and federal officials said this week. Meeting at the future site of the Rock Creek Park Greenway extension on Tuesday were U.S Rep. Bart Gordon (D-Murfreesboro), Lewisburg Mayor Bob Phillips, City Manager Eddie Fuller, and Lisa Cross of the South Central Tennessee Development District...
Marshall Memos (04/13/07)
Country ham breakfast benefiting the Berlin Fire Department Saturday, April 14 at 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. There will be a gospel singing at Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church Saturday night, April 14 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Featured singers will be the Challengers from Shelbyville and the Price Family from Lawrenceburg...
Local Meetings (04/13/07)
The Petersburg Planning Commission meets on a monthly basis on the 3rd Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall, Petersburg, TN. The Joint Economic and Community Development Executive Board will meet Tuesday, April 17, 2007, 8:15 a.m. in the small conference room at the Courthouse Annex...
A breeding ground for success on and off the court (04/13/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Lewisburg Middle School is the only middle school in Marshall County with a tennis team and its players stand out here and statewide. "If you look around the state, there are not that many middle schools with tennis programs," LMS Principal Randy Hubbell explained recently...
Morgan Abrigo voted to second team All Mid-State (04/13/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com Morgan Abrigo, Forrest High School senior and four-year letterman was recently selected to the second team in the 152 pound weight class of the 2007 All Mid-State Wrestling team by the Tennessean. Abrigo had a 28-3 record during the season and competed in the TSSAA State Championships in Chattanooga, losing 12-9 in the quarterfinals to the eventual state runner-up Jarret Toney...
Marshall County Dusters (04/13/07)
Mills - Johnson wed in outdoor ceremony (04/13/07)
Carolyn Delores Johnson and Herbert Cecil Mills were married on July 22, at the home of Mike and Melissa Martin in Lewisburg. Carolyn is the daughter of Carol and Delores Johnson of Lewisburg. She is the granddaughter of Lora Johnson, the late Carlos Johnson, and the late Noah and Adell Demumbreum...
Small World (04/13/07)
Johnson - Humphrey united in marriage (04/13/07)
India Joy Humphrey and David Ryan Johnson were married September 30, 2006 at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Lewisburg with the Reverend Paul Lucas officiating. The bride is the daughter of Sam and Betsy Shelton and Andy and Wanda Humphrey, all of Lewisburg. The bridegroom is the son of David and Cindy Johnson also of Lewisburg...
Locher - Todd (04/13/07)
Mark and Brenda Locher of Dublin, Ohio announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa, to Hunter Todd, son of Ira and Nanette Todd of Chapel Hill. Miss Locher is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gyorffy of Buckeye, Ariz. and Mr. and Mrs. Ramuald Locher of Troy, Mich...
Kailey-Ann Gail Burgess (04/13/07)
Kailey-Ann Gail Burgess April 11, 2007 Kailey Ann Burgess, age 7 of Lewisburg, died Wednesday, April 11, 2007 following an accident on East Commerce. Kailey Ann was born in Maury County, Tennessee daughter of Jason Burgess of Lewisburg and Megan Fox of Sevierville. She was a first grade student at Marshall Elementary School and attended Hickory Heights Church of Christ...
Master Lavone Lee (04/13/07)
Master Lavone Lee Lamoreaux April 10, 2007 Master Lavone Lee Lamoreaux, age 3, of Chapel Hill, TN died Tues., Apr. 10, 2007 in Nashville, TN at the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt Medical Center. Lavone was the son of Miranda Lamoreaux of Chapel Hill, TN and Eric Armstrong of Mt. Pleasant, TN...
Thomas Alvin Lunn (04/13/07)
Thomas Alvin Lunn April 9, 2007 Mr. Thomas Alvin Lunn, 72, retired employee of Monsanto, lifelong resident and well-known farmer of the Bear Creek Community, died Monday, April 9, 2007, at his residence. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 A.M. Friday at Oakes & Nichols Funeral Home with Kenneth Lunn, Greg Gwin, and David Andrews officiating. Burial will be in Jones Cemetery. The family will visit with friends Thursday after 4 P.M. at the funeral home...
Dare to live without limits (04/13/07)
Chances are that you've heard the expression, "nice guys finish last." Nothing could be further from the truth. This statement is used by many to justify less than ethical treatment of others. Under the guise of not wanting to finish last, people engage in inconsiderate conduct. At best, this type of behavior will give the illusion of short-term gains. These apparent gains come with a high price; the forfeiture of building a solid foundation of living which will last a lifetime...