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Stories from Friday, April 20, 2007

Voter interest reflected in residents' unnecessary trip (04/20/07)
Senior Staff Writer Interest in Lewisburg's city council election extends beyond the borders of the two wards where votes will be counted for the May 1 race, according to remarks at the Marshall County election office this week. At least one voter who is a resident of the city's Second Ward and the county's Fifth District showed up on Wednesday, asking to vote in the Ward 5 race, and Elections Administrator Jo Ann Henry says, "We've had people to come in who don't live in the city."...
Landfill expansion left in limbo by Cox (04/20/07)
Uncertainty continued Monday on whether Cedar Ridge Landfill may be able to deposit solid waste on 11-acres of unused landfill property west of Lewisburg where residents complain of foul odors and fear water pollution while industrialists see it as a needed facility...
Peaches nipped in the bud (04/20/07)
Subfreezing temperatures devastate orchard crops
County planners approve 41 lots in two subdivisions (04/20/07)
Senior Staff Writer Marshall County planning commissioners this week approved two housing subdivision plans that could result in the construction of 41 homes, according to the county building official and his records. The largest of the two is Stammer Glen on Eagleville Pike where developer Ron Lampley has been consulting with Chapel Hill officials about annexation of the proposed 33-lot subdivision that abuts the town line, Building Official Don Nelson said...
CKNA blaze is contained (04/20/07)
A fire erupted from the boiler room at CalsonicKansei of North America this morning in the Industrial Park of Lewisburg. According to Lewisburg Fire Chief Larry Williams, the Lewisburg Fire Department received a call at 10:10 a.m. on Thursday, April 19, 2007 of a fire at CKNA of Lewisburg. ...
Edgar Flores competes as a semifinalist (04/20/07)
Edgar Flores, a seventh grader at Lewisburg Middle School, competed in the 2007 Tennessee Geographic Bee, sponsored by JPMorgan Chase. Held in the Ezell Center at Lipscomb University in Nashville on Friday, March 30, the bee saw students from across the state vying to win the contest and head on to compete in the national finals...
Drew Hawkins awarded Grant Grogan Memorial Scholarship (04/20/07)
The Week of the Young Child declared (04/20/07)
The Marshall County Child Development Center and other local organizations, in conjunction with the National Association for the Education of Young Children, are celebrating the Week of the Young Child. County Mayor Joe Liggett signed a proclamation officially declaring April 23-27 the Week of the Young Child. ...
Keep off the grass at Forrest School's stadium (04/20/07)
While Orion Building is making steady progress on the addition at Forrest School, Marshall County's High School Football Jamboree may have to be played on the old football field. Rick Daughrity, president of Orion Building and director of project management, gave the Marshall County Board of Education an update on the progress at the April Board Meeting on Thursday, April 12...
Marshall Memos (04/20/07)
The Marshall County Veterans Committee will meet on April 26, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. at Hardison Annex room 100. Bosom Buddies meet the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Marshall Medical Center conference room. Everyone is welcome. The Genesco Employee Reunion will be held Saturday, April 21, 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Recreation Center Sports Complex. A potluck lunch will be held at 11:30 a.m...
Local Meetings (04/20/07)
The Petersburg Planning Commission meets on a monthly basis on the 3rd Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall, Petersburg, Tenn. The Marshall County Board of Commissioners regular meeting will be April 23 at 6 p.m. MCYFL board meeting will be held Sunday, April 22, 2-3:30 p.m. at Bank of America...
Shorthanded Rockets defeat Tigers 2-1 (04/20/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com The Forrest Rockets traveled to Marshall County High School on Thursday to take on the Tigers in an all important District 11 match-up and came way with a tough 2-1 victory. The Rockets (5-0-1) played shorthanded for the final 30 minutes of the second half after Morgan Abrigo was red carded and had to sit on the sidelines...
Stinnett, Lady Rockets say 'no-no' to Cascade (04/20/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer apuca@marshalltribune.com Forrest clinches District 9-A regular season title The Cascade Lady Champions came to Chapel Hill Thursday night with the intention of cutting Forrest's two game district lead in half with a victory, but instead ran into a team on mission and left trailing by three games after Forrest said no-no in more ways than one...
Tigerettes lose extra inning classic to Lady Mustangs (04/20/07)
By Anthony S. Puca Staff Writer For the second time this year, the Marshall County High School Tigerettes fell behind in a game versus the Loretto Lady Mustangs and mustered up a late rally to send the game into extra innings. Also for the second time this season, Loretto head Coach Bill Snider pulled his ace starter, freshman Caroline Ezell, from a game she was seemingly in control of and gave the Tigerettes a chance to come back...
Sports Briefs (04/20/07)
Chapel Hill Youth Football League Monthly Board Meeting The May CHYFL board meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 9, 2007 at the Forrest High Field House. This meeting is open to the public. 2007 Season Football Player & Cheerleader Registration/Sign-ups...
Annual "Nine & Dine" set for May 3 (04/20/07)
The Marshall County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce its 3 Annual "Nine and Dine" event. This year's event will be held Thursday, May 3 at Saddle Creek Golf Club. The "Nine and Dine" Event was organized in 2005 by the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce as an inexpensive networking opportunity for current and prospective members. ...
Methodist Daycare raises funds for St. Jude (04/20/07)
From Staff Reports Some preschoolers in Lewisburg raised $1,460 recently to help other children who are sick and can't help themselves. They are the youngsters at the First United Methodist Day Care Center and they did so with another annual Trike-A-Thon for St. Jude's Children's Hospital...
Thomas presents program at D.A.R. meeting (04/20/07)
The Robert Lewis Chapter of the DAR met April 12 at Village Manor for lunch and a meeting. The program was provided by Morgan Thomas, 1996 graduate of MTSU and now is Marshall County's Environmental Coordinator, and Terri Douglas, who is currently working in Marshall County assisting with the Cedar Ridge Landfill expansion efforts. Ms. Douglas is a native Floridian who for the past six years managed all government affairs and municipal contract's for Southwest Florida...
Volunteers Girls State - An American Legion Auxiliary program (04/20/07)
Girls State is a practical application of Americanism and good citizenship. The program is a non-partisan, non-political attempt to teach and instill in the young women of this state a love of God and country. Girls State is a week-long strenuous program that requires a citizen to be energetic, in good health, have a positive attitude, be able to adjust to unfamiliar situations and be willing to accept the challenges of new experiences...
Sandra Catherine Adcock (04/20/07)
Sandra Catherine Adcock Wednesday, April 18, 2007 Ms. Sandra Catherine Adcock, age 65 of Hull Ave, Lewisburg, passed away on Wednesday, April 18th, 2007 at Maury Regional Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Verble Franklin Adcock and Mrs. Kathryn Wilkerson Adcock who survives. ...
Eva G. Clark (04/20/07)
Eva G. Clark Wednesday, April 18, 2007 Eva G. Clark, 77, of Chapel Hill, Tenn. died Wednesday, April 18, at NHC Lewisburg following an extended illness. Mrs. Clark was the daughter of the late Cecil Raymond and Drusilla Avarette Clark. She was retired after 37 years as a Licensed Practical Nurse...
Jeriel Pack (04/20/07)
Jeriel Pack April 17, 2007 Mr. Jeriel Pack, 72, Petersburg, died Tuesday in Marshall Medical Center. Mr. Pack was a native of Marshall County, Tenn. and son of the late Benjamin Charlie and Bessie Elora Rhodes Pack. He was retired from manufacturing where he was employed by Petersburg Manufacturing and Cosmolab as a supervisor. He was a member of the Catalpa Church of Christ...
Jeff Mathews (04/20/07)
Jeff Mathews Saturday, April 14, 2007 Mr. Jeff Mathews, age 41, of Chapel Hill, Tenn. died Saturday, April 14, 2007. Jeff was a native of Williamson County and attended Spring Hill High School. He was employed with American Roller Company of Franklin, Tenn. ...
Elizabeth Thomas Harber (04/20/07)
Elizabeth Thomas Harber Friday, April 13, 2007 Elizabeth Thomas Harber, age 84 of Lewisburg, died Friday, April 13, 2007 at her daughter's home in Chapel Hill. Mrs. Harber was a native of Marshall County, Tennessee and daughter of the late Robert Francis and Annie Lou Elliott Thomas. She was a homemaker and member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church...
Robert L. (Rat) Cathey (04/20/07)
Robert L. (Rat) Cathey Thursday, April 12, 2007 Mr. Robert L. (Rat) Cathey, 91 of Lewisburg, died Thursday, April 12, in NHC Lewisburg. Mr. Cathey was a native of Marshall County, Tenn. and son of the late Luther Van Buren and Janie Harber Cathey. He was a farmer and member of the Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church...
King and Fullerton plan July wedding (04/20/07)
Mr. & Mrs. K.C. King of Gresham, Or., announce the engagement of their daughter, Carly, to Beau Fullerton, son of Mr. & Mrs. Wendell Fullerton of Petersburg. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. And Mrs. Paul Poetsch of Oregon. The future bridegroom is the grandson of Nora Rogers of Lewisburg and Evelyn Fullerton of Petersburg...
McElyea and Cook announce engagement (04/20/07)
RoxAnne McElyea and Thomas Keith Cook are happy to announce their engagement. RoxAnne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Young of Culleoka, and Paul Baxter of Shelbyville. She is the granddaughter of Ethel Baxter and the late Thomas Baxter of Lewisburg and R.C. Gambill and the late Nell Gambill of Petersburg. RoxAnne is a former resident of Lewisburg and is a graduate of Marshall County High School...
Land Transfers (04/20/07)
Property on Haislip Hollow Road, from Karen Smith, F.W. Smith Jr., and Rocky Hammock Ranch & Cattle Company to Wiggins Properties LLC. Winns Crossing Road, 15 acres, from Federal Home Loan and National Default Reo Services to Ron Lampley Construction...
Police Beat (04/20/07)
The following information came from reports by the Lewisburg Police Department, Marshall County Sheriff's Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. April 16 -- Home theft, 200 Tiger Boulevard. A wallet containing $37 in cash and $600 on a debit card was stolen. No known suspects...
I have not met Pacman (04/20/07)
apuca@marshalltribune.com In light of the recent events surrounding the suspension of Pacman Jones and Chris Henry by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell I would like to let the people of Marshall County know that I have not met a facsimile of either of these individuals in my time as a sportswriter in this area, or for that matter anywhere in my travels...
Open Letter to the editor (04/20/07)
A moment in time, forever frozen and framed by an eight-year-old boy, Christian Golczynski, who has been transformed into a man suddenly before his time by a tragic event. My heart ached and a tear fell as I looked at his picture in a recent newspaper as he accepted the sacred American flag that had draped his marine father's casket...